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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 9, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, November 9, 1971

HILLEL PROGRAM:
Lectures and Holocaust Week

By HANNAH MORRISON
A week of events dedicated by
B'nai Brith Hillel foundation to
commemorate Jewish genocide
during World War II ended last
night with four lecturers who dis-
cussed the various aspects of the
Jewish underground movement.
Holocaust Week included a
seminar on genocide, a movie
dealing with the concentration
camps and speeches by theolo-
gians.
Rabbi Gerald Goldman says the

purpose of Holocaust Week is to
prove that "Jewish existence is
no longer negotiable."
Last night's program was plan-
ned to fall on the anniversary of
the evening in 1938 when the
stores of Jewish merchants in
Brlin were first looted by storm-
troopers and synagogues de-
stroyed.
One of the lecturers who was a
resident of Berlin, said, "the city
looked like a glass factory that
night because of the many broken

windows, hence the name Cry-
stal Night."
Prof. Miriam Brysk, the first
speaker, dealt with her experi-
ence as the daughter of a surgeon
who cared for the wounded mem-
bers of the east European under-
-ground.
Prof. Cynthia Haft, from the
department of holocaust studies at
Hebrew University in New York,
spoke next, giving examples of
three revolts organized and car-
ried out by Jews within different
concentration camps.
Engineering Prof. Ernest Fon-
theim, then told how the Jews

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U.S. terminates shipments

Group asks
change for
research VP
(Continued from page 1)
"i n d i r e c t" governmental reim-
bursement of research to cover
such costs as secretarial and staff
salaries.
-The general emphasis of re-
search at the University should be
shifted from largely non-directed
experimentation to "mission-ori-
ented research, in areas such as
health, cancer, and environmental
problems," according to Overber-
ger.
The committee conceded that the
bulk of the financing of research
comes, and willcontinue to come,
from the f e d e r a 1 government.
Washington supplied $44.2 mil-
lion, or about 72.2 per cent of the
University's research budget in the
1970-71 fiscal year to help finance
1,500 projects. Most of the expen-
ditures supplied by the University
itself derive from the budgets of
participating departments.
In addition to Overberger, the
committee members included en-
gineering Prof. Hansford Farris
physics Prof. Samuel Krimm, med-
ical Prof. John Weller (internal
medicine), geology Prof. James T.
Wilson, and psychology Prof. Alvin
Zander.
President Fleming has not yet
appointed a successor to Norman
in the vice-presidential post.

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managed to survive in Berlin, the
a t.R~yP aki tan center of Hitler's empire, through
miH1litary Rdt aita =s "-
Psychology Prof. William Ger-
(Continued from page 1) is that "we agreed with the gov- ler, stressed the role of the Dutch
shipment but have been held up ernment of Pakistan there would Jewish underground in saving
because of the current dock be no useful purpose served by lives, rather than military actions.
strike on the East Coast. continuing shipments." The program was concluded
Bray told newsmen the decision He refused to discuss alternative with a brief creative service, dur-t
to cancel the remaining licenses sources for arms available to Pik- ing which slides of World War II
was taken after extensive consul- istan and he declined to talk about photographs and children's draw-
tations with Pakistan and was fi- a high Pakistani delegation now in ings were projected.
nalized a week or 10 days ago. Peking. A march to the Diag was plan-t
The government of India was in- However, in Peking, Agence ned, but cancelled because of the
formed of the decision last week France-Press reported yesterday, low temperature.
before Indian Prime Minister In- China appealed to India and Pak--
dira Gandhi arrived in Washington istan to hold talks to reduce iron- i
on a state visit, the spokesman tier tensions. The Chinese also ac- 4 1 research
cused India of having "crudely in-
said. terfered" in Pakistan's internali
Bray said India was informed of affairs.
the decision, "not because of any Ysry sslsrm e
representation from India," but be- Yesterday's assertions from re-
liable sources were the first whichi
The reason for cutting off the aid indicated that Indian soldiers had ff*
______ ___ __tinerary
Thereaon or uttng ff he idoperated inside East Pakistan since 1 il lerV
at this time, the spokesman said, the Indian-Pakistani border crisis
began intensifying about a month (Cniudfo ae1
Cao (Continued from page 1)
Cleai r u s proposes the consideration of an
CnAssembly action, or of a subject

..v c a.. l.laLu1 j t ie lot M CW rig h t - - - -- --
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
Day Calendar Lee ENTERTAINMENT WANTED
Computing Ctr. Short Course: D. Male FOR
Smith, "The Audio Response Unit in
MTS," Seminar Rm, Computing Ctr, 8 FANER___CFFEEHUSE
pm. FANERIO COFFEE HOUSE
Physics Seminar: T.M. Yan, Cornell CNECKMATE
Univ., "Applications of Parton Models."
P A C o llo q . R m , 4 p m . n a i h g n - M c i a t t
__BURSLEY HALL
Joint Statistics Seminar: Louis Jensen,
U of M, "Solving a Single Diffusion Saea O NOMTO
Equation Occurring ins Population Ge-FRIFRATO AL
netics,' 405 wells Hall, MSU, MSU, E. 763-1843 Or 763-1854
Lansing, 4:10 pm.
Dance Program: Sanasardo Co. Master
Classes, Barbour Studio, elementary,
7:15; advanced, 8:30 pm.
School of Music: The Stanley Quartet,
Rackham Aud., 8 pm.
School of Music: Susan waller, flute,
Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8 pm. .
Rive Gauche: "Deadbirds," 1024 Hill
St., 9 pm.I
P at
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Double Accom. is having a store-wide sale
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8 Days & Nights November 10 through November 16
ALSO INCLUDES:
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that Indian troops had crossed over on which the Assembly has acted BAGGAGE FEES
on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, in retalia- is not a proposal to overrule the GRATUITIES 25 % or M O RE off a
forces taX tion against what Indian officials action of the Assembly"
had described as 11 continuous (with or without l.D. card)
" days of Pakistani shelling of Ka- DEC. 22-30
com prlpur, a border townintheproposals, except for those of a $199 plus 10%
co mpro m1se northern part of TripuraTerritory procedural nature, must be sub-$ 9 -AND BG CHANGES ARE C
mitted to the Secretary of the 44
northeastern India. Senate at least 14 days before the
(Continued from page 1) Meanwhile, a Pakistan army mee_ _dgays__hichthefarethe
meeting at which they are to be - - - -- _____I____________ __
"I think it's about time the pub- source claimed Pakistan troops introduced," and if they are not
lic told you again that they're killed 48 Indian soldiers and they "may beintroduced from the
not going to finance your ideas of wounded 80 yesterday in renewed floor without previous inclusion on"
spending at City Hall," Council- fighting on the border between the agenda only by consent of two-O
man Lloyd Fairbanks (R-Fifth East Pakistan and Tripura. thirds of the members present." o U SEE OUR AD IN THE
Ward) responded with equal bit- The clash began, the sources JOURNAL of ACCOUNTANCY
terness. "You're forcing this issue, said, when three companies of Supporters of the Assembly res- Becker CPA Review Course
and I think you're making a bad "Indian agents" and soldiers tried olution feared that certain dis-
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just isn't going to get rammed." Bulge after overrunning a .aki- 1, could dominate the traditionally
Although the motion to adopt stan army patrol. He added that and overrule the Assembly action
the tax was then defeated, Faber four Pakistanis were wounded be-
was able to utilize a companion fore the Indians "were Thrown
resolution specifying council's in- back."
tent to repeal the tax if it had
passed and then been rejected byCiI4
the voters in February.eHOURS
Amending the motion to ask
for an advisory vote on the issue, A statement in Saturday's Daily-
the Democrat's were able to secure incorrectly interpreted the stance in THE ALLEY
Weaver's "swing vote" and pass of a group of employes at the Uni-
the compromise, 6-5. versity's Willow Run Airport. The 330 MAYNAR D N O GIM MICKS
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