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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t-riday, October 1_Z, 19 1:

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY i-riday, October 12, l9IS

AND SO IN THE TIME OF TROUBLE
E MUST COME TOGETHER TO BE
CLOSE TO ONE ANOTHER.
An Evening of Soft Spoken Words Out
of Anguished Hearts in Unity with Our
People in Israel.
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VICTORY PREDICTED
Israelis blast through Syria
(Continued from Page 1) raeli tanks in yesterday's battles to have bombed Israeli concentra-
cept a "ceasefire in place" while and said its defenses and fighters tions, destroying 20 tanks.
the war situation remained fluid. had shot down 93 Israeli planes.
DIPOMAIC ontctsbetee Egypt, too, claimed continuing THERE WAS no letup in the Si-
DIPLOMATIC contacts between Egpt' limdcniun nai fighting yesterday. A military
key world capitals continued be- success against the Israeli Air spokesman in Cairo said tank bat-
hind the scenes and U. S. Secre- Force. A' Cairo communique said toesan tCrosaid tan bat
23 srali lans wre hotdow itles raged throughout the night
tary of State Henry Kissinger post- 23 Israeli planes were shot down and continued during. the day
poned a visit to Europe so that he in air battles over the Nile delta,
could keep in close touch with the the Sinai Desert and the Gulf of The spokesman reported that the
situation. Suez. Egyptian bombers were said Israelis threw large numbers of
--- -- tanks into an all-out effort to halt
In the face of Israel's apparent * * the Egyptian advance but were
increasing confidence over the Jury ni s thrown back after losing 25 tanks
trend in the Golan fighting, Syria indicts and suffering heavy casualties.
maintained that it destroyed 61 Is- -The spokesman gave no estimate
manane htitdsrye 1I- of Egyptian losses.

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had been circulated claiming Gill

Friday, October 12
7:30 p.m.

SGC candidate asks
recall of Lee Gill

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In the air, Egyptian forces re-
ported shooting down nine Israeli
Phantom and Mirage Jets which
attacked Egyptian airfields in the
Northern Nile Delta. Port Said and

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THE DEMONIC TRILOGY'
Ingmar Bergman is one of the greatest masters of
the film medium. But nowhere more than in his
demonic tri[bgy: PERSONA. HOUR OF THE WOLF.
SHAME. does he reveal the isolation and despair,
the commitment and the joy, the madness of the
attempt to be an artist . .. or a human being in the
modern Western world,
"Making film is for me a necessity of nature, a need comparable
to hunger or thirst."-Bergman

Your mug sho

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THE GRAND JURY is hearing canal areas.
evidence on a number of Water-
gate related matters including the EGYPTIAN PLANES, in turn,
activities of the so-called White were said to have attacked Israeli
House plumbers unit. troops at Abu Rudeiss on the Red
Krogh was indicted on Sept. 4 Sea and at Baluza in the Mediter-
by a Los Angeles County grand ranean Coast, inflicting heavy
jury on charges of conspiracy and losses.
burglary in the Ellsberg break-in. Israel also reported continued
Also indicted on the state char- fighting on the Sinai front after
ges were David Young, another an Israeli force was said to have
member of the plumbers unit, Lid- crossed the Suez Canal for the
dy and John Ehrlichman, former first time since the Israelis were
domestic affairs adviser to the thrown back from the canal seven
President..Ehrlichman also was days ago - to carry out raids on
charged with perjury. All pleaded Egyptian convoys and installations
innocent. behind the Egyptian lines.
POSITIONS NOW OPEN FOR -
iiCENTRAL I

Faye, it was announced last had committed numerous crimes,
night, has won his bid for presi- "This is an attempt to bring the
dency of University Housing Coun- matter to the public's atention,"
cil in unofficial election returns, said Faye.
Laurie Artz, a former SGC of- Marcia Fishman, an SGC mem-
ficial, insisted that Gill had stolen ber from Gill's Student Rights
her desk from the council cham- Party, called the resolution "dis-
bers and placed it in his apart- gusting" and likened the recall
ment. However she said her only move to "a lynching'party."
proof of Gill's alleged theft was
hearsay from a friend. I Meanwhile, SGC Election Direc-
Other members of Campus Coa- tor Ron Strauss reported a record
lition, while admitting lack of evi- low vote of approximately 3000 in
dence in Matthews' resolution, in- the all-campus election; he said
sisted it was their "only recourse" results would be tabulated and
in view of an unsigned leaflet that made public by Monday.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,
Friday, October 12 merization of Ethylenic Monomers,"
DAY ALENAR 1200 Chem., 4 pm.
DAY CALENDAR Music School: Bela Bartok, Jr., lec-
Pathology Lecture: K. Ishak, "The ture-demonstration, Rackham Aud., 4
Morphology of Viral Hepatitis," 6th fl. pm.
Amph., Univ. Hosp., noon. Music School: L. Liberson, clarinet,
Neuroscience: B. Trefz, "Ultra Struc- SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
tural & Histochemicai Aspects of Taste University Players: Shaw's "St. Joan,"
Function in Primates," 103 Neurosci. Power Ctr., 8 pm.
Bldg., noon. Musical Society: Gyorgy Sandor, -pi-:
Physics Lecture: L. Radicati, "More anist, Rackham Aud., 8:30 pm.
on Strong Interactions," 205 P-A Bldg., GENERAL NOTICES
2 pm. Attention Students: Oct. 19, 5 p.m. is
Inst. of Science & Tech.: P. Sigwalt, last datefor Fall Term when the Reg-
Univ. of Paris, France, "The Problem istrar's Office will allow refund for a
of Direct Initiation for Cationic Poiy- 50 per cent withdrawal.
TRY DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
Phone 764-0558

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WHERE TO-APPLY?
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WHEN TO APPLY?
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PERSONA

1967.,A famous stage actress suffers a nervous breakdown and
loses the ability to speak. She is sent to an isolated rest home on
the coast and put in the care of a nurse-companion. A psycho-
logical mechanism of mutual identification is set off. "One of the
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Liv Ullman and
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HOUR of the WOLF

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progressively under the spell of his demons and disappeared.
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Liv Ul"man and
Max Von Sydow in

SHAME

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escape, the civil war raging on the mainland.\'But there is no es-
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lyptic vision, painful andJ powerful."-Crist in New York. "Berg-
man's greatest film to date and one of the greatest films of the
last decade."-Wood.

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