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Elizabeth Esch have received
threatening phone calls, but
neither could be reached for
_comment.
The editorial page of the
Daily has been the focus of
campus controversy. Some
Jewish students and faculty
members have expressed con-
cern with what they call the
paper's consistently anti-
Jewish editorials.
At the Jewish National
Fund dinner in Ann Arbor
three weeks ago, Rabbi
Daniel Syme, vice president
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations,
criticized the Daily for its
"unsubstantiated baseless
lies." Without mentioning
Harmon by name, he took her

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to- task for some of her
statements.
After the brick-throwing in-
cident, Rabbi Syme expressed
his concern. "I condemn all
violence from whatever
source it emanates," said
Syme, a U-M alumnus. "The
place to settle differences is in
the market place of ideas,
rather than hiding beyond
the cowardness of random
acts of violence."
Harmon argues that is
what she and others are at-
tempting to do. "Open
dialogue is very important
and even hostile dialogue is
useful," he said. "I guess I
think that tactics of intimida-
tion really inhibit a
dialogue." ❑

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everal Jewish students
at Wayne State Uni-
versity are seeking
community support in efforts
to combat Arab propaganda
on campus.
Sharon Goldstein, vice
president of the fledgling
Zionist Student Organization
at Wayne, met with the
Detroit Zionist Federation
last week. The DZF has made
a commitment for its college
committee to meet monthly
with student activists at the
University of Michigan,
Michigan State and Wayne.
Students and DZF members
also will meet with Jewish
Community Council Presi-
dent Paul D. Borman next
week.
Goldstein told the DZF that
Arab propaganda on campus
"has been ignored too long."
She said students outwardly
ignore the continuous Palesti-
nian "information" booths
and displays, but after retur-
ning in January from a year
of study in Israel "I couldn't
live with myself if I just ig-
nored it."
The Zionist Student
Organization is planning an
Israel week at Wayne • State

next fall. Goldstein made
numerous calls and handed
out announcements before a
planning meeting last week,
but no one came.
She said Jewish students,
as well as the general campus
community, must be educated
about Israel.
Rabbi Louis Finkelman,
director of the WSU Hillel
Foundation, said only five or
six students are active with
the two students Zionist
groups, the ZSO and Students
for a Secure Israel. ❑

Flyers Defame
Hillel Rabbi

Two flyers distributed two
weeks ago in the WSU Stu-
dent Center Building attack-
ed the physical
characteristics and in-
telligence of Rabbi Louis
Finkelman, director of the
Wayne State University
Hillel Foundation.
Students suspected Arab
students were responsible,
but Rabbi Finkelman was
given one of the flyers by a
Jewish student he describes
as unstable. "I told him that
he could get into big trouble
for distributing that kind of
material," the rabbi said.

Windsor's Mechanic
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The Canadian Friends of
Yeshiva University will honor
David Mechanic of Windsor,
Ont., at a tribute dinner on
May 7 at 6 p.m. at Shaar
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