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THE MICHIGAN DAILi

Girl Choirs
Face WA24-
Elimination
Eliminations for Lantern Night,
annual women's singing competi-
tion sponsored by the Women's
Athletic Association, will take
place at 7:30 p.m. in Hill Aud.
Twelve groups representing
housing units will be selected to
participate in the Lantern Night
competition Nov. 7.
A separate posture contest will
be judged at the eliminations
tomorrow night, for which first,
second and third place awards will
be given. Winners of the posture
contest will be announced at
Lantern Night, although the win-
ning group does not have to be
among the 12 finalists in the sing-
ing contest.
Students Plan
International
Week Panel'
As a special contribution to
International Week, the African
Students Union has arranged a
panel discussion on Africa tonight
at 8 p.m. in the Multi-purpose
room of the Under-graduate Li-
brary.
The African speakers will rep-
resent various geographic regions
in Africa. Each speaker will talk
for a few minutes on any subject
of interest concerning the region
he is from.'
Prof. Haugh of the English de-
partment, the faculty advisor to
the African Students Union this
year, will be the moderator.
The 'discussion is open to the
public.
There will also be a panel dis-
cussion on the Cuban situation at
8 p.m. this Sunday at the New-
man Club.

NSA Considers Libel Action

The United States National
Student Association is considering
libel action in the aftermath of
last week's decision by the Uni-
versity of Colorado student com-
mission to disaffiliate with NSA,
the Colorado Daily reported last
week.
Robert Walters, administrative
assistant to NSA, confirmed last
night from the organization's
Philadelphia offices that libel
action was still being considered,
but added that NSA had offered
the student who made the remark
a chance to retract his statement.
Richard Rettig, USNSA Presi-
dent, said a statement by a com-
mission member calling NSA "a
breeding ground for pimps, trying
to sell a harlotry of socialistic
ideas," was the basis of the pos-
sible libel action.
"My initial impression," Rettig
said, "is that the immaturity and
vindictiveness of the delegates
shows that there was never any
intention by these people of act-
ing in good faith."
"In the entire discussion of NSA
(by the Associated Students of the
University of Colorado) there was
no communication from the com-
mission to the national office.
Moreover, the action was taken

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of AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES

JOHN HANNA
President, Michigan State University

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