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THE M1,CHIGAN t AiLY

Wednesday, February 20, 1974

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COME ON DOWN...

Third World Peoples
Solidarity Conference
THURSDAY, Feb. 21-Power Center
8 p.m.-PAT SUMI (Chairperson of Third World
Women's Alliance)

W i i'U

Mideast peace talks on Syrian,
Israeli troop separation to begin

see

on the air-LIVE!

9 45 p. m.-RAMSEY MUNIZ
candidate of LaRaza

(gubernatorial
Unida Party, Texas)

Friday, Feb. 22-Hill Auditorium
7:40 p.m.-CLYDE BELLECOURT (national AIM
leader, American Indian Movement)
8:40 p.m.-ANGE LA DAYIS

Broadcasting from THE
SCENE at 341 So. Main
Str e e t, downtown Ann
Arbor!
See - J.L. "Lighting" Hen-
dricks and Bill Champion, plus
other favorites like: "Ludio on
the Radio."
Free Albums-Free Posters
Many Give-a-Ways Galore!
The BEST Music-
a night long

{Continued from Page 1)
garden afterwards-did not reply
when a newsman asked them if
the oil boycott had been discussed.
The boycott, cutting off Arab oil
supplies to the United States and
Holland, was imposed by the -\rabs
at the time of last year's Middle
East: Wtar.
.There'have been'rports=the
Arabs were linking a liftin~g of the
boycott with progress towards a
troop. disengagement along the Go-
lan Ikeights, where Israeli and Sy-
rian forces have remained in battle
positions- since the war.,,
MEANWHILE, Meir's dramatic
report, which could mean great
prolems'in forming a new govern-
mnenit, came at,'the;┬░begining of an
Israeli radio news cast quoting.
various party sources.
Dayan made his statement to a
meeting of his close associates in
Meir's Labor party, and his deci-

sion was officially conveyed to a'
committee negotiating the comnposi-
tion of a new Cabinet following the
c. 31 national .elections.
Dayan's associates said the de-
fense minister explained to them
he could not join the next govern-
ment "at a time when he is under
attack from people in his own
party."I
DAYAN WAS said to have been
especially piqued when some of his
opponents in the Labor party open-
ly supported an army chaplain
who has been demonstrating for
the defense chief's dismissal.
Dayan has been under fire for
Israeli setbacks at the start of the
October war, On' Sunday, 5,000 Is-
raelis demonstrated for his resig-
nation.
The 57-year-old general has been
defense minister since the eve of
the 1967 war.

But his image as a .swashbuckl-
ing ward hero has been tarnisherd
by the October fighting in which
Israel lost 2,60 dead, the highest
toll in 24 years of Arab-Israel
conflict.
MANY ISRAELIS blame him, as
the minister respohible for Is-
rael's security, for the army's"lack
of readiness for. war and the fact
that it was poorly equipped.
A recent public opinion poll
showed only 9 per cent of those
queried would accept him as
premier.
Dayan's announcement further
complicates Meir's efforts to form
a coalition government following
New Year's Eve elections.
She may now have no choice but
to ask the opposition Likud right-
wing bloc to join the Cabinet in a
"national unity government" or to
call new elections.

(Human

Rights Activist)

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Wednesday, February 20 'World," Hill Aud., 4 pm. Idouble masters degree in music history
Psych Films: "But What if the and library science'to meet demand for
Day Calendar Dream Comes True;" "This is the music librarians. Write to Chairman of
Phychiatry: D. Gutmann, "The In- Home of Mrs. Levant Graham," Aud. Music. Dept.
fluences of Parenthood on Sex-Role 3, MLB, 4 pm. on-the-job teacher training for jun-
Changes across the Life Cycle," Chil- Statistics: A. Gupta, "Wishart Ma- l iar: kindergarten-sth, full time; $2500
dren's Psychiatric Hosp., 10:15 am. i trices & Quadratic Forms," 1007 Angell stipend. Contact Ellicott Wriget; New
Computing Ctr.: M. Dickover, Con-| H Hall, 4 pm. Canaan Country School, New Canaan,
Share, "Structured Programming," 120 i Physics: H. Huning, "Lunar Naviga- CT. 0840.
P-A Bldg., noon. tion," P-A Bldg. Colloq. Rm., 4 pm. SUMMER PLACEMENT
Commission for Women: Plant Dept.; Journalism: P. Meyer, investigative 3200 SAB, 763-4117
Conf. Rm., 326 Hoover, noon. reporter, Knight newspapers, "Precision Modular Devices, Inc. N.Y. Openings
Great Lakes Research: C. Liston, "A Reporting," Rackham Lee. Hal, 4:10 for elec. eng. students entering senior
Study of the Effects of Installing & pm. year. interest circuit design. Details
Operating a Large Pumped Storage Music School: University choir choral available.
Proj. on the Shores of Lake Michigan," ensemble, M. Klein, conductor, "Choral R. R. Donnelley & Sons, Chicago IL.
Conf. Rm., N. Univ. Bldg., 12:30 pm. Miniatures." Rackham Aud., 8 pm. Openings for juniors in engineering
Anthropology, So., Southeast Asian Career Planning & Placement discipline, industrial mgnt., or bus. ad.
Studies: R. Guidieri, U of Paris, "Sur 3200 SAB, 764-7460 Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Mu-
de rapport male/femelle en Melanesia: Sophomores, juniors interested in seum, Dearborn. Guides needed, food
attribut masculin et indentite mascu-'teaching math or science in French- handlers. ticket cashiers, and grounds-
line," Lec. Rm. 1, MLB, 3:30. speaking African Countries through the man helpers. Appl. deadline Mar. 15.
Mus. of Art, Medieval, Renaissance peace Corps Prog., contact Career Plan- City of Oak Park, Mi. Parks, Recrea-
Collegium, Religion, Ethics, A&D, Hist., ning & Placement, A. Montgomery for tion Dept. Openings for swimming
Romance Langs.: M. Miller "The details. instrs. baseball, tennis, supervision,
Twelfth Century Stained Glass," E. ; Seniors interested in research and golf, many others.
Conf. Rm., Rackham,- 4 pm. ;teaching careers in health fields may Hope College, Holland, MI. Upward
Engineering: W. Kerr, "Nuclear Reac- apply for stipends of $2800 - $3400 plus Bound Prog. Openings for instructors
tor Safety Considerations," 229 W. En- tuition to Assoc. Dean, Graduate Col- for math, English, social sciences, na-
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Future Worlds, Ethics, Religion: Mar- ences Center, Oklahoma. Deadline Prog. starts June 24.
garet Mead, Columbia Univ., "Anthro- 1 March 1. | Amtrak, Wash., D.C. Openings for
pological Visions of a Multi-Cultural Case Western Reserve Univ. offers a juniors in cormputer science program.
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T"hursdayFeb. 21-Power Center
7:30-evening Introdution, opening of conference
8:00--Pat Sumi, chairperson, Third World Womens Alliance
9:00-Chicano Theatre, Teatro de los Estudiants
9:40-Ramsey Muniz, co-founder Raza Unida Party, presently gubernatorial
candidate in Texas
1 0:40-Conclusion
1 1 :00-Questions
Frida Feb. 22-H il Auditorium
7 :30-evening Introduction
8:00-Clyde Bellacourt, co-founder American Indian Movement (AIM),
active Native American leader
8:50-Slide Show
9:10-Angela...Davis
10:00-Workshops
"Stereotypes and Images." "An Awareness among minorities"
Speakers include:
-Aturo Ranjel, graduate student in social work and Political Science
-Phil Hayes, graduate student in Asian American Studies
-Moore Pamp, Native American Advocate
Little groups will be formulated in order to have deep discussions
10:00-Workshop
"An Insight into the Minority Communities"
Speakers include:
-Pat Sumi, Third Word Womens Alliance
-Wagner Wheeler, Native American Student Associaton
-Olga Villa, Midwest Council of La Raza and other informed persons
10:00-Workshop
"International Issues"
-Beatrice Berry, Black Africa
-Southeast Asia, a member of Indochina Peace Campaign
Fri. Workshops: Michigan League
Saturday, Feb. 23
11 :00-MASS RALLY on the Diag to support sisters and brothers at the

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THE ROAR OF '74

ONE, TWO, FREE

Estrophy 8' Now's the Time

BLISS

am. m.

Wounded Knee trials
Speakers include:
-Eddie Bentin, Native American leader, Minnesota
-Clyde Bellacourt

2:00-Workshop
p.m. "Campus Politics: Misrepresentation and Repression"

IF YOU'RE READY ...

GOD IS IN THE HOUSE

NEVER AGAIN

IN MY YOUTH

Speakers include:
-Ted Liu, co-director of Minority Affairs Commission,
Student Govt. Council
-Lee Gill, former president of Student Govt. Council
-Lydia Ortiz, active member of Chicano at Michigan,
co-director of Minority Affairs Commission, SGC
-Marcia Fishman, council person for Student Govt. Council

SUNDANCE

BRIDGING A GAP

PERCEPTION

DONATODEODATO

3 :00-Workshop
"The Racist Nature of Our Education"
Speakers include:
-Arturo Marroquin, Professor of Psychology at U of M
-Les Owens, director of Afro-American Studies
-Bill Wei, Doctoral Candidate for Chinese Studies, member of Eastwind
-Kevin Hart, Native American Student Association
4:00-Workshop
'Minority Programs: The Need and the Absence"
Speakers include:
-Wagner Wheeler, Native American Student Association
-Richard Garland, the Black Advocate
-Homero de la Crus
5:00-Workshop
'National Issues"
Speakers include:

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