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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October'

161 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 16,1973

HOT DOG SKI SHOW*
Monday, October 29
Mendelssohn Theatre
2 shows-7:30 & 9:30 p.m.
ADM. FREE TO SKI CLUB MEMBERS
NON-MEMBERS 75c
*with the world's top freestyle skiers, films,
live demonstrations, fashion shows

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BETTE DAVIS in
THE LITTLE FOXES
A ruthless wife and her unscrupulous brothers. seek
to further the family fortune by removing the hus
band. Davis is more than her usual nice and nasty
self in the lead role. William WYLER directs this
adaption of Lillian HELLMAN'S hit play.
WED.: FRITZ LANG'S "M"
f INEMA GUILDARCHITECTURE AUD.
Tonight at Adm. $1
7 and 9:05
- p4 tA R M '
Brian DePalma DOUBLE FEATURE
"'SISTERS' provides moviegoers with the special satisfaction of
finding a real treasure! A homage by a gifted young director,
Brian DePalma, to Alfred Hitchcock."
-Richard Schickel, Time Magazine
No one will be SIAMESE TWINS
seated during AT BIRTH -
SHOCK- ...Now,cut asunder!
RECOVERY,
PERIOD! -W
MARGOTKIDDER-JENNIFER SALTAAmer nIemationalRCeleaseColorbyMOVIELAB [ '4 1
Greetin s

U.S. airlifts

materiel

(Continued from Page 1)
port the government there against
a reported Communist threat in
1958.

or reportedly took heavy shelling
from Syrian guns as its advance
slowed along the road to Damas-
cus.

E g y p t i a n offensive had been
thrown back by armor divisions
and warplanes that destroyed about
200 tanks.

to

He also made a direct compari-
son with 1970, when U. S. naval THE ISRAELI command report-
and army units in the Mediterra- ed that it had routed an Iraqi tank
nean and Europe were mobilized column on the Syrian front-de-
for possible action against the Sy- stroying "dozens" of Iraqi tanks-
rian tanks that rolled into Jordan and moved a few miles along to-
in support of Palestinian guerrillas ward the Syrian capital. Syria,
fighting King Hussein's army. however, claimed its tanks andI
bombers repulsed a day-long Is-
McCLOSKEY, however, dampen- raeli attack, knocking out 43 tanks,
ed speculation that the President's but ignored Israeli claims that its
remarks could be interpreted as a forces were 21 miles from Da-
threat to use U. S. troops in the mascus.
Middle East. - Cairo command communiques,
He said the President spoke meanwhile, said that in separate
about a broad policy~ objective - actions the Egyptians advanced
stressing the . role of the United further into the Sinai, and dropped
States as a peacemaker and stand- commandos behind Israeli lines
ing for the. right of every country where they inflicted heavy losses
in the Middle East to independ- and shot down nine Israeli planes
ence and security - and not about attacking Egyptian air bases.
specific tactics. The Israeli command contradict-
In Mideast fighting, Israeli arm- ed the report, saying that the;
K mlM~

AND IN THE central sector of
the Sinai, Israel's Brig. Gen. Kal-
man Magen told newsmen yester-
day it was quiet there and that
"for the first time, today we. were

Ismail, said yesterday his forces
would liberate all Egyptian terri-
tory occupied by the Israeli's
"whatever. the cost."

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srael
staged a dawn commando raid
yesterday in the desert behind
Israel's Sinai lines.
EGYPT'S commander - in - chief
and war minister, Lt. Gen.: Ahmed

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY and WWWW
Present
Egar Wne
SPECIAL GUEST: FOCUS
Oct. 30-8:00 P.M.
Bowen FieldFouse
$4 Advance
$5 at the Door
TICKETS ON SALE AT:
Ann Arbor Music Mart, J.L. Hudson's,
Huckleberry Party Store, McKenny Union

certain" of Egyptian movements The Sinai stretches from the
to the west, back toward the canal. Suez Canal to Israel, and about
The Tel Aviv command said Is- 225 miles from north to south.
raeli w a r p 1 a n e s bombed and Israel has said the line of con-
strafed targets near Cairo and frontation in the Sinai is two to
Damascus. three miles from the 103-mile-long
Cairo communiques said Egypt canal. Egypt said before Sunday's
shot down nine Israeli planes at- offensive it had penetrated up to
tacking Egyptian air bases and 10 miles east of the canal.
Low prices offered
(Continued from Page 1) ter co-ops is the People's Food
large number of orders, the .co-op Co-op. The co-op, rather than tak-
has divided the city into 11 individ- ing orders, sells foodoutof a store
ualregons Orersaretakn a Imuch like a regular supermarket.
ual regions. orders are taken at During its three history, the Peo-
the regional order-collector s homp e's Food Co-op has been through
Wednesday night and picked up at two previous State St. locations be-
the Eastern Market early Saturday fore coming to rest at 722 Packard.
morning. The "store" sells grains, flour,
The Co-op has recently approved nuts, cheese, honey, oil and peanut
the addition of the Washtenaw butter among other things, at a
County Jail as a new.-region. Cally mere 14 per cent markup over
Woodring, co-ordinator for the Far wholesale.
West district, indicated that pre- Besides paying workers, ware-
viously inmates had gone without house fees and rent, the markup
fruits and vegetables but now jail has generated a profit since last
officials are able to order "enor- summer which the co-op hopes to
mous amounts" through the co-op. put toward the purchase of another
On its weekly runs to Detroit "buildingacross"town.
the co-op buys about $2,000 worth
of food. The 10 per cent markup on AMY EDWARDS, one of the
food price is divided between store's four paid "co-ordinators,"
state taxes and truck rental. feels the co-op has reached a bit of
an impasse. Not. enough volunteer
DIFFERENT FROM its two sis- workers offer their time to allow
- - the co-ordinators to do other than
"maintenance-level tasks." Ed-
Save 25 % on 200 wards says, "We don't even have
TITLES. MORE COMING. the time to build shelves."
USED BOOKS 50% ETC. Sitting on the floor folding used
paper bags, Edwards admits that
DAVID'S BOOKS, 209 S. State during the Saturday mqing
663-8441 crush, the co-op is actually an "un-
comfortable place to work." The
--_-_store goes through approximately
200 pounds of hard wheat flour
daily and buys $2,000 worth of
cheese in Pinconning, Michigan
every other Friday.
People interested in joining food
co-ops can reach the People's Pro-
duce Co-op at 662-6036 and the
sition People's, Food Co-op at 761-8173.
Community Switchboard (663-1111)
will put you in touch with your re-
gional Itemized Fruit and Vege-
Stable Co-op co-ordinator.

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Volume LXXXIV, No. 35
Tuesday, October 16, 1973
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Climax Blues Band
(recorded live in London)

Turn on your radio and tune into the
London concert from their latest British
Time: 10-11 P.M.

Tour. It'll be good. After all, they aren't
called the Climax Blues Band for nothing.
Station: WNRZ-FM

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