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could not work" but also at the
turn politics on campus had taken
since the late sixties.
But calling him a "remarkably
strong man at the cutting edge of
human problems," DiLorenzi said
his special quality was "the way he
handled his despair."
A long-time pacifist, Edwards
also helped organize the first
teach-ins on the Vietnam war and
last year taught a Course Mart
course on the theory and Practice
He first came to. Ann Arbor
shortly after World War II and, as'
an ordained minister of the Church
of Christ, was hired by the Uni-
versity to counsel married stu-
dents out at the burgeoning hous-
ing complex at Willow Run. In the
mid-fifties he backed a student
group which forced the University
to end assigning rooms to students
in University housing on the basis
Arabs seize U.S. bank
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Palestinian commandos angrily de-'
nied any connection with the guer-
WHILE THE SOVIET govern-
ment has continually refused to
comment on Kosygin's where-
abouts, British Foreign Secretary
Sir Alec Douglas-Home yesterday
reported the arrival of the Rus-
sian leader in Cairo.
Egyptian' resident Sadat and
Kosygin were believed to. be dis-
cussing the possibility of a cease-
fire. The subject was brought up
originally in a Sadat speech given
Tuesdaynight in which he called
for a settlement based on an Is-,
raeli pullback to the pre-1967 war
Eban yesterday called Sadat's plan
unacceptable but said Israel would
be ready to make substantial com-
promises in a peace agreement.
DESPITE THE apparent intensi-
fication of peace efforts, fighting in
the Sinai remained heavy yester-
Commenting on the battlefield
situation Israeli Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan declared that Israel
had seized the initiative in the
Suez campaign and that a critical
battle for control of the waterway
would begin in a few days.
General Dayan, speaking to pool
reporters of the foreign press as-
sociation at a forward command
post in Sinai, said the Egyptians
had misjudged Israeli's ability to
switch from defense to attack.
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AN AUTUMN AFTERNOON
Ann Arbor premiere 4~f Ozu's film, winner of 7 film awards. An unadorned treat-
ment of the separation of a father and his daughter who must confront her own
life through marriage. The simple style of TOKYO STORY is brought to perfection
in this work, made while Ozu knew he was dying. Subtitled. Japanese.
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SATURDAY NIGHT: Humphrey BOGART in ACROSS THE PACIFIC
SUNDAY FRENCH CINEMA: Chris MARKER'S LE JOLI MAI
A H a r v a r d University
representative will be on
campus 24 October 1973
to' discuss the Harvard
MBA program. Students
interested in discussing a
career in administration
should contact the Place-
ment Office to arrange a
THE BAGELS FOR BRUNCH BUNCH
BAGELS-LOX & TALK
11 a.m. at H I LLEL-1429 Hill
New World Media
international film series
3 RECENT FILMS
"WHEN THE PEOPLE AWAKE,"
new feature-lehgth documentary from Chile, is an informative and provocative introduction to that
country's recent political events and their historical background. Opening with Salvador Allende's in-
vestiture in November 1970 as Latin America's first popularly-elected Marxist President, the film
then examines the historical de.velopment of Chile's social structure. What does it mean for an econ-
omically dependent,' underdeveloped country to try to build socialism? Can socialism be achieved
through peaceful electoral means? Can the class which has ruled the e.conomic and political life of
the country for two centuries be transformed and integrated into a real process of social change, or is
its destruction necessary to the creation of a new society?
Chile, 1971. Directed by Carlos Flores and Guillermo Cahn. 20 minutes, black and white. Spanish
language only. To the accompaniment of a popular Indian song, this film traces the history of the
arrival of the white man in Chile and how he robbed the Mapuche Indians of their land. A conclud-
ing sequence shows how the modern-day Mapuches are recovering their land by the illegal take-over
of large private land-holdings, or Iatifundios.
Chile, 1970. Directed by Pedro Chaskel. 20 minutes, black and white. Spanish with English subtitles.
A collage film which graphically documents the gap between the impoverished and wealthy sectors of
SPEAKER/ LITERATURE/ MUSIC/ DISCUSSION
TONIGHT, Oct. 19 S p.m. no adin. charge
Undergrad Library Multipurpose Aud. (3rd floor)
sponsored by New World Film Coop in cooperation with Chile Support Committee
COMING-Fri. 10/26: IRELAND "A Sense of Loss"; Fri. 11 2:
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