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Sunday, October 14, 1973

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Jordan enters fighting I
(Continued from Page 1) time yesterday, remaining infor-
The surrender was carried out rally "in touch" with one another
under the supervision of the Red but planning no new meeting at
Cross. An Egyptian colonel on the least until tomorrow.
scene said the Israelis had insisted
they would not give themselves up Despite the presence in New
unless the Red Cross was in York of the foreign ministers of
charge. Egypt, Israel and Jordan and the
Finally in New York, Security deputy foreign minister of Syria,
Council members, unable to reach diplomatic efforts to end the fight-
a consensus for positive action in ing were said to be concentrated
the Middle East crisis, marked in key capitals rather than here.
Women discuss law
(Continued from Page1) 1 made me that way."
Theresa Fouchey, currently a King entered law school at age
law student at Wayne State, gave 41, the first married woman law
some insight into what it's like to student with children. She rem-
be a woman in law school. She inisced, "I seemed like you could
commented about the first year, walk the halls for weeks and never
"It's terrible, it seems terribly see another woman." Currently
irrelevant, which it is." But she she is running her own private
conceded, "They force you to start practice, and she commented that
thinking in legal terms." "private practice is an enormous
FOLLOWING St. Antoine's lead, pressure cooker."
she remarked that three officers DURING HER court experiences,
of Wayne's student bar are women, King said, she has come across a
with the secretary being a male, great deal of male prejudice: as
"which we thought was -most ap- one judge put it to her, "the proper
propriate." way to act towards a woman is not{
The second portion of the con- a proper way to treat a lawyer."
ference consisted of three women - --
lawyer's relating their experiences
and opinions. Jean King, introduced
as a 1968 law graduate and an
active politician and feminist be-
gan, "I have not always, been a AR M3'YI
feminist, but the U-M Law School
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Washtenaw Community College
PRESENTS ITS

FESTIVAL

OF

ARTS

October 15-19, 1973

MONDAY,

OCTOBER

15

POETRY, MUSIC, AND DANCE-10 a.m.-12 noon
L-2 Exact Science Bldg.

READINGS by: Jim Allen, John Boll-
weg, Chris McClelland, Sam Modica,
Fred Wolven

ORIGINAL SONGS & MUSIC:
DANCING: Betty Aldridge
San & Las Slomovitz

ART & PHOTOGRAPH EXHIBIT (Opening Reception)-7-9 p.m.
Gallery 3rd Fir ESB

TUESDAY,

OCTOBER

16

W.C.C. JAZZ COMBO-12 noon-2 p.m.
L-1 Exact Science Building
FOLKSINGERS: Ali Alhorn and Mike Hinkle
POETRY, MUSIC, AND DANCE-7-9:30 p.m.
L-2 Exact Science Building
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17

Daily Photo by TOM GOTTLIEB
Shifty eyes
Bonnie Raitt casts a seductive glance at her lead guitar player during her concert at Hill Auditorium
last night. Raitt was appearing at a benefit for Ozone House, Drug Help and Project Community.

DR.
CHIC

EDGAR (ED) MITCHELL, FORMER ASTRONAUT & PSY-
RESEARCHER- p.m. L-2 ESB

Talk from the Sinai
(Continued from Page 1). tank soldier with a lingering touch
"I had just come of draft age of a drawl. "But he plays the best
and had been assigned number music of any station on the air.
324 in the lottery," Eidelman con- And for laughs,. there is always
tinued. "My mother was glad when the Hebrew propaganda broadcast
we came here because I don't on Radio Cairo."
think she wanted me to go to Viet- How long will the war last this
nam. Now I try to telephone her time?
every night.from the Sinai." Eidelman took a long, thoughtful
AS A CORPORALsin a tank pla- pull on his pipe. "This will be a
toon, Eidelman is paid 60 Israeli long one, I'm afraid. Two weeks,,
pounds, or about $15 a month, maybe even a month."
"which includes combat pay. and-
PX privileges enabling you to buy
a beer for about a dime." A BUTTERFIELD THEATRES
On the day the war broke out, EXCLUSIVE
the -Yom Kippur holy day, Eidel-j, FOOTBALL
man was on recess from Tel Aviv I
University, where he is studying WI DOWS N IGHT
journalism. AT THE MOVIES
The unit to which he is assigned
as a reserve was already posi-E
tioned in the Sinai, so he set out Every Monday night
to join them without waiting to be thru Monday, Dec. 10th
called up.F Is your husband hypnotized by
He found himself on the roads the TV escapades of the LIONS,
with thousands of other soldiers Dolphins, etc.? Fly the coop! We
hitchhiking to their units. welcome "football widows" with
The Israeli army, as anyone who special low admission prices and
has driven through the country all the popcorn you can eat for
knows, travels on its thumb. 25c.
THE WIND CAME up and the- MONDAY NIGHT
night turned cold. In between air all Football
raid alerts, Eidelman and his bud- widows admitted
dies amused themselves by listen-I
ing to Abie Nathan's peace radio, FOR $1.
broadcasting from a Dutch coastal MAKE UP A PARTY
lugger named "Peace" cruising of "widows"
somewhere 50 miles out in the and attend these
Mediterranean. Butterfield Theatres
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