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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1967

PAE WOT~E I~IGN AIY HUSDYFERURY16g16

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CIA-NSA Ties Bring
(Continued from Page 1) spokesman said it hires U.
ican student leaders." dents, usually going to schoo
The Ramparts article appears seas, as its representatives.
in the March issue, not due on the Government officials argue
newstands until next week. Besides the fact that only a few s
raising the issue of draft defer- leaders knew of the financi
ments, it said the CIA was so in- rangement guaranteed the
volved secretly with the NSA's in- rity of the views expressed 1
ternational program "that it treat- many other students partici
ed NSA as an arm of U.S. foreign in international conference
policy." other activities.

Inquiry Uniq

ue 'Little Club' Offers,

Allen W. Dulles, who headed
the CIA when the link was forged,t
said it was a response to wide-
spread ,Communist influence in
student organizations abroad dur-
ing the early 1950s.
The CIA funds apparently sup-
ported official representation of
the NSA at student conferences
held throughout the world. A NSA

The Washington Evening
identified the three otherg
as thF U.S. Youth Council
hea-iquarters in New York
World' Assembly of You
Brussels, Belgium; and th(
ternational Student Confere
Leiden, Netherlands ash
similar relations with the C
The Evening Star said me

FILMS

YAF Film Prese
As Hero of Moral

By STEVEN ZARIT
The new camp hero of the Far
West, Ronald Reagan, appeared
last night in a movie sponsored
by the Young Americans for Free-
dom and attended by an enthu-
siastic crowd of about twenty. The
film, "The Welfare State," was
produced by the Church League
of America (which is apolitical,
and thus /tax-exempt) and feat-
ured the usual strains of moral-
istic melodrama that has come to
be associated with Reagan.
The homey music at the begin-
ning and the simple sets estab-
lished the mood of the film. Rea-
gan meets the problems of today
by calling for a return to the old,
Acr oss
Cam-pus

proven ways of the Constitu
to limited government an
right to be rich. He argue
life in McKinley's time wF
bad, and McKinley freed Cu
sides.
.The plot of the film co
that old nemesis, big goverr
which is slowly eating in
lives of each decent, u
American. Reagan, cast in tl
of the clean-cut, good guy, s
to destroy the perils that is t
ing this country into the I
our ruthless, cunning enemi
the Communists).
Reagan comes armed with
figures and quotes to demo
the abuses of big governmer
figures are those that app
the late . show audience:
taxes, government waste,
taxes, the over-bureaucrats
of government, high taxes.1
cried, high government spe
though failing to note tha
spending is on defense. He al
swipes at Social Security (x
insurance can do it better)
eign Aid (foreign countri
rich enough, as proven by
non's balanced budget), and
reclamation projects.
On farm aid, Reagan sai
most farmers would prefer
on the open market with no
dies or surplus control, s
they would be free to comp
the lower prices on an ov
plied market.
On graduated income
CINEMA

. stu- of the four student organizations Free Jazz Band on Fridays
l over- carried on a limited amount of
intelligence work for the CIA,
d that making confidential reports on Friday evenings this semester Club, and no admission is charged.
tudent overseas youth activities and on will again be marked by the weekly Lighting is by candles, and the
al ar- foreign youth leaders visiting the presentation in the MUG of the tables are covered with red and
integ- United States. Little Club, University Activities white checkered tableclothes. Some
by the CIA funds for the four groups Center's unique contribution to the students come in for a cup of cof-
pating were channeled through founda- campus. fee or a sandwich. Others come in
s and tions, the newspaper said. It A special type of night club, to read or talk. Some stay for the
identified the principal donor as Little Club features the musician- duration of the jazz program----9 to
Star the Foundation for Youth and ship of Dave Berson's jazz quintet. 12 p.m.-while others stay only a
groups Student Affairs. Most of the musicians are also short while. Many people find it a
with In New York, personnel at the members of the University's jazz great and inexpensive place to
the foundation's headquarters said all band, which recently toured Latin relax for a while with a Friday
th in officials in a position to comment America under the auspices of the night date.
e In- were tied up in meetings. The State Department. As the only weekly social event
nce in Evening Star quoted the founda. Versatile Band sponsored by UAC, Little Club will
having tion's director, former NSA Presi- Berson's versatile band presents have much to offer this semester.
IA. dent Harry Lunn, as saying his a well-balanced program of ooth
embers group was "not a CIA front." classical and modern individual- On tap is a happening," sched-
istic jazz. The five-man band does uled for Jan. 27. There are also
jthe work of seven, with two of the plans to have folksingers perform-
musicians playing more than one ing from time to time throughout
instrument. the semester.
fCAn atmosphere of informality The Club will also be held three
Z S R Vl a n prae h iteCu.Ascin(tmsti eetr at the North
of the MUG is set aside for the Campus Commons.
Melodrama
tion- however, Reagan was most pas-
d the sionate. He claimed that the grad
s that uated tax redistributed the wealth
as not (a Communist principle) and pre-
ba be- vented many Americans from real-
izing the Great American Dream
ncerns of' an excess of money. The rich
nment, should be rich, and the poor EUGENE STAUDENMEIER,
to the should be poor. He did not ques- S-IRLEY TEMPLE d the
ipright tion whether the American Dream
he role was even a remote possibility for MOTHERS FOR A MORAL AMERICA
ets out America's poor, who would be left
throw- to the haphazard generosity of WITH A SPECIAL
aps of private charities and big business.
es (i.e., It is hard to decide if Reagan CINEMA GUILD BENEFIT PROGRAM
is better as an actor or as a polit-
facts, ical theoretician. He provides la-
nstrate bels for everything: socialism, FLA SH GO RDON
nt. His freedom, communism, welfare, F
'eal to public debt-labels that simplify
high the arguments and make it clear
high what side the good American MARS ATTACKS THE WORLD
ization should be on. (938; BUSTER CRABBE and JEAN ROGERS)
He de- There is no insight, however, (
nding, perhaps, because the performance and
t most is marred by over-emotional out-
so took bursts of sincerity and earnest- TH E B EAT L ES
private ness. Perhaps insight might showj
, For- that the answers are not to be! IN
es are found in Reagan's generalizations
Leba- that romanticize the laissez-faire
public past and avoid the major problemsH
that face our society today.
to be
subsi- TECHNICOLOR
o that TI
ete for (1966; JOHN, PAUL, GEORGE and RINGO)
ersup-
taxes, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
Everybody loves Georgy- COMPLETE SHOWS AT 7 and 9:15
she's staying for the 50c Admission
S7th hilarious week! AUD . 'plus
SUPERIOR OFF-BEAT, AND ANGELL HALL 50c Donation
ORIGINAL'-N.Y. TIMES $1.00 PER PERSON
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE
CINEMA GUILD
D DEFENSE FUND
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BORODIN QUARTET (from Moscow)... . 8:30, Fri., Feb.
Program: .Quartet No. 2 in D major ..BORODIN
Quartet in F minor, Op. 95....................BEETHOVEN
Quartet No. 3 in F major, Op. 73.............. SHOSTAKOVICH

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THURSDAY, FEB. 16
7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema

Guild

STOCKHOLM KYNDEL STRING QUARTET
(from Sweden) .... ............. .8:30, Sat., Feb. 18
with Konrad Ragossnig, Guitarist
Program: Quartet in G major, OP. 64, No. 4 ..................HAYDEN
Guitar Quintet ...................... CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO
Quartet No. 4.. .............................. BARTOK
TRIO ITALIANO D'ARCHI (from Italy). .2:30, Sun., Feb. 19
Program: Trio in G major, Op. 14 ........................BOCCHERINI
Trio (1959) ...................................PETRASSI
Divertimento, KV 563, in E-flat major........... ..MOZART
SERIES TICKETS: $8.00-$6.00-$5.00
SINGLE CONCERTS: $4.00-$3.00-$2.00
ait
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY, BURTON TOWER
(Hours: Mon. through Fri., 9 to 4:30; Sat., 9 to 12
Also at Rackham Auditorium 1 %/2 hours preceding each performance.)

presents Andrzej Wajda's "Ashes
and Diamonds" in the Architec-
ture Aud.
7 and 9:15 p.m.-This week Cin-
ema II will sponsor "Help!" (Bea-
tles) and "Mars Attacks the
World" (Flash Gordon) in Audi-
torium A.
8:30 p.m.-Professional Theatre
Program presents Play of the
Month "Porgy and Bess" in Hill
Aud.
8:30 pan.-University Musical
Society Chamber Music Festival
presents the Borodin Quartet in
Rackham Aud.
FRIDAY, FEB.17
7 and 9:15 p.m.-Cinema II will
present "One Eyed Jack" in Audi-
torium A.

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smokey robinson and the miracles
martha and the vandellas
jimmy ruffin
tami terrell
the spinners
chocker campbell

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Thursday, Feb. 23rd, 7:00-9:30 P.M.

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