U.S. Students Flown to
FREE TIME TOURISM-Two New Yorkers inspect a cannon in
the Morro Castle across the bay from Havana.
.. still a common sight
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crowd of students seeking his of te reform and te compefence
autograph. Dozens of flashbulbs of those who will be administering
MEN'S went off. it, but on the idea of breaking up
STy Speech Brief the large land holdings.
Castro's speech, when delivered, number of Americans talked
was short. The Americans were A Cubrom weah falies
told that Cuba would always be a with Cubans from wealthy families
\ whom they met at Villa 1u4va
1 Front and rear hand brakes second home to them, and that College.
they should learn Spanish. Then "These are our kind of people,"
'Castro left, again surrounded by asuetgvrmn rsdn
\ Shiny chromed handlebars airers ad autograph seekes saistudent iernment president
Despite irritation regarding this University of Havana."
\ Spring coil seat speech, however, many American He called the former rational,
students indicated continued re- the latter emotional, and said the
* Lightweight, easy to handle spect for Castro's abilities as a sophistication of the Villa Nueva
leader, and said they felt he alone students made them much more
can keep Cuba out of trouble, appealing to him.
"There's no alternative to Cas- Moderation Proposed
Makes campus traveling a real tro" it was pointed out. "His pop- ,Villa Nueva students oppose Cas-
pleasure! 3-speed gear makes ularity is the only thing which can tro's revolution but offer no alter-
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