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January 26, 1979 - Image 10

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Page 10-Friday, January26, 1979-The Michigan Daily
'U' GR OUP SUPPOR TIVE:.
Chinese office

By SARA ANSPACH'
With Wire Reports
A - spokesman for the Ann Arbor.
Revolutionary Communist Youth
Brigade (RCYB) denounced the visit of
Chinese Vice-Premier Teng Hsiao-ping
to the United States next Sunday, and
outlined his organization's plans for
protesting the visit.
His remarks followed the arrest
Wednesday of five protesters from
RCYB's parent organization, the
Revolutionary Communist Party, in
Washington for throwing paint and lead
weights at the Chinese liaison office.
Authorities said the paint spattered the

front of the red brick building, and lead
fishing weights broke several windows,
damaging the heavy glass front doors.
A SECRET SERVICE spokesman
said the men, who were "white and aged
between 25 and 41, shouted slogans
praising late Chinese leader Mao Tse-
tung and attacking Teng Hsiao-ping's
forthcoming nine-day visit, the first by
a Communist Chinese leader to the
United States.
In Ann Arbor, Don Alexander, mem-
ber of the local RCYB, said about 40
people from Michigan will attend a
demonstration in Washington Monday,
the day of Teng's first meeting with
President Carter.

tormed
The RCYB will also be "taking the
issue out on campus and distributing
leaflets," he said. The group challenged
the China Study Club to "meet with (us)
at any time and debate whether this
(Teng's visit) is a 'second liberation" of
the Chinese or Fascist enslavement.
"He (Teng) is saying that socialism
isn't worth anything: He wants to turn
to dust the very things the Chinese
people fought for," Alexander added.
Pitcher Ford Norman, a member of
the Chicago Cubs in 1967, worked only
one inning all season and fanned the
three batters he faced.

Bare trees Daily Photo by CYRENA CHANG

Recent warm weather brought with it a promise of spring. Winter seems
Medical Center perched above the Huron River.

less threatening in this view of the University

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Near recession
predicted for '79
Two. University economists say the
United States will dome very close toy a
; recession in the second and third quar-
ters of 1979, the University reported this
week.
The prediction of a near-recession
was part of an article by Economics
Profs.. Harold Shapiro and Saul
Hymans in the winter issue of
Economic Outlook USA. It was basel
on the Michigan quarterly econometric
model of the American economy, of-
ficials said.w
Other conclusions of the article were;
e There will be a substantial im-
provement in the U.S. balance of
payments deficit with foreign trade
partners during 1979.
" Inflation will not speed up and may
in fact slow down.
" The U.S. money supply will grow at
a moderate rate for four to six months.
In the same issue of Economic
Outlook USA, former Rresidential- ad-
visor and present Business Prof.'Paul
McCracken said, "A strong case can be
made for the prognosis of a recession in
1979."

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