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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sundav ;udrv 21. 1973

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Nixon,

U.S.

war policy

The BEIT MIDRASH

LECTURE

originally

protested internationally

By UPI and Reuters
Thousands of anti-American de-
monstrators clashed with a phal-;
anx of riot police in Paris yester-
day, as protesters across Europe
and Asia denounced President Nix-
I on's inauguration and U.S. policies
in Vietnam.I

The left-wing demonstrators, demonstrations demanding swift
shouting "Nixon murderer" a n d withdrawal of American t r o o p s
"Brandt (West German Chancel- from Indochina.
lor) is his accomplice"; c a 11 e d Approximately 500 protesters de-
on the U.S. Government to immed- monstrated in New Delhi, chanting
iately sign the peace agreement "Nixon the killer" and "Americans
with North Vietnam. get out of Vietnam," in front of the
A thick fence of barbed wire was U.S. Information Service building

fscheduled foar Monday,
:Jan.22nd by Prof. Ur
Ra'anan, has been POST-
PONED to Monday, April{
22, 8 p.m. at H ILLEL.

BACH CLUB -Ta&
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Hill Auditorium-8:30 Thurs.
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Jan. 25--Tickets $2.50 at the door

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Discount Records (S. Univ.)

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. Left-wing students, screamingIthrown around the U.S. Cultural
"Nixon Fascist assassin," rioted in Center as hundreds of riot police'
front of the U.S. embasy in Paris's and armored cars stood by.r
Place de la Concorde. Rioting Other demonstrations were peace-
spread through the, downtown area. ful. One of the largest occurred
Meanwhile, demonstrations took in Helsinki, where about 10,000 per-
place in Berlin and Dortnund, sons participated in the protest.
West Germany. More than 14,000 Some 5,000 persons marched'
demonstrators marched through through downtown Stockholm de-
the streets of Dortmund chanting manding a rapid end to the Viet-
anti-Nixon slogans. nam War and totalwithdrawal of
A group of demonstrators carriedU.S. forces in Indochina, police !
a black coffin, with the slogan said.
'this is Nixon's war.' Demonstra- In Tokyo, 1,200 Japanese students
tion organizers said yesterday and other leftists staged antiwar
had been chosen for the protest to- -
coincide with President Nixon's in-
auguration.
During the march and a subse-
quent rally demonstrators called1
for peace in Vietnam and W e s t
German diplomatic recognition of
North Vietnam.
Over 1,000 West Berliners de-
nounced President Nixon as a
"murderer" at a rally outside the.
U.S. Cultural Center there on the
occasion of his inauguration.j

under close police guard.
In Hong Kong, a young Chinese
worker was beaten by antiwar de-
monstrators in the grounds of the
U.S. consulate.

AP Photo
A HOSTAGE RETURNS with a two-way radio to the Brooklyn
gunshop where he and nine others are being held by several gun-
men.
Gun1tmen continue to
hold 10; release 2

SUNDAY
H ITCHCOCK'S
39 STEPS
7 & 9:05
MONDAY
Inaugural
Extravaganza
see separate ad
in this paper
7-8:30-10 p.m.
TUESDAY
Charley Chaplin'
GOLDRUSH

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Preview of Our Remaining Winter 1973 Schedule
--TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS-ALWAYS $1-
All showings in Auditorium "A", Angell H all, at 7 & 9 p.m. unless otherwise noted
JANUARY 23 DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (Guy Hamilton) Sean Connery's latest Bond
24 BLOW-UP (Michelangelo Antonioni) David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave
25 THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES (Billy Wilder)
30 PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM (Herbert Ross) Woody Allen
31 JOHNNY GOT HIS GUN (Dalton Trumbo) Timothy Bottoms, Diane Varsi
FEBRUARY 1 Harold and Maude (Hal Ashby) Bud Cart, Ruth Gordon, Vivian Pickles
6 BREWSTER McCLOUD (Robert Altman) Bud Cart, Sally Kellerman
7 MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN (Pierre Adige) Joe Cocker
8 THE CROOK (ST) (Claude Lelouch) Jean-Pierre Trintignant
13 *MacBETH (Roman Polanski) Jon Finch AT 7 & 9:30 p.m.
14 THE KING OF HEARTS (ST) (Phillip de Broca) A. Bates, G. Bujold
15 Spellbound (Alfred Hitchcock) Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman
20 STRAW DOGS (Samuel Peckinpah) Dustin Hoffman
21 LITTLE MURDERS (Alan Arkin) Elliot Gould, Donald Sutherland
22 IF . . . (Lindsay Anderson) Malcolm MacDowell
27 SWEET SWEETBACK'S BAADASSSSS SONG (Melvin van Peeples) (X)
28 M*A*S*H (Robert Altman) Elliot Gould, Donald Sutherland
29 to be announced
MARCH 14 THE HOSPITAL (Arthur Hiller) George C. Scott
13 to be announced
15 YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (Lewis Gilbert) Sean Connery as James Bond
20 THE DECAMERON (ST) (Posolini) from Boccaccio's tales (X)
21 *TARGETS (Peter Bogdanovich) Boris Karloff's last film
22 SHAME (ST) (Ingmar Bergman) Liv Uhlmann
27 THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY? (Sydney Pollack) Jane Fonda. 7, 9:30
28 FRITZ, THE CAT (Ralph Bakshi) based on Robert Crumb's comix (X)
29 Bonnie and Clyde (Arthur Penn) Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway
APRIL 3 THE OTHER (Robert Mulligan) from the best-selling book
4 *THE GO-BETWEEN (Joseph Losey) Alan Bates
5 THE BRIDE WORE BLACK (ST) (Francois Truffaut)
10 MARAT/SADE (Peter Brooks) the powerful play on film. G. Jackson
11 EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW
ABOUT SEX . . . (Woody Allen)
12 DESPERATE CHARACTERS (Frank Gilroy) Shirley McLoine
17 *FIVE EASY PIECES (Bob Rafelson) Jack Nicholson
18 to be announced
19 *WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (Mel StAart) Gene Wilder
Tickets on sale for all of each evening's performances outside the auditorium at 6 p.m.
Subject to change, especially titles marked "*." Confirm with our advertisements in The Michigan Daily,
or the Unversity Record Calendar. (ST)-Subtitled.
The Ann Arbor Film Cooperative is an affiliate member of The American Federation of Film Societies.
Most of our showings are in 35mm and with newly installed Xenon projection.

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By Reuters and UPI
NEW YORK - Four gunmen,
resolved on death before surren-
der, held police at bay outside a
Brooklyn gunshop yesterday, 24
hours after their robbery attempt
was frustrated by a silent alarm
and a bloody gunbattle..
"They want to die, they must
want to die," a grim-faced police
official said after the four, who
killed one policeman and wounded
two others in the furious gunbattle
Friday night, rejected a fourth
attempt at negotiation.
Two hostages were released by
the gunmen. One, a young wo-
man, was released shortly after
8 p.m. Friday. The other, a man,
was freed about 1 a.m. yesterday.

commented "they'll
out."

never

get

in connection with
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is currently offering a limited number of PRIVATE
FLAMENCO GUITAR LESSONS. Lessons will be
offered on a first come basis and are limited to
Monday and Friday only.

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The remaining hostages-seven
men and three women-were in-
side the shop with the gunmen,
wrapped in sleeping bags. Three
were placed at the front door,
where theytcould bethit by bullets
in the event of an attack.
As darkness began falling, the
police also had another worry-
the thousands of hostile residents
of the neighborhood who have
pressed up against police barri-
cades during the siege.

7 & 9:05

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"These men are desperate," a the possibility of a riot. "Then
police officer said the released wo- you'll really see some, bloodshed,"
man told them. he said.
"They will fight it out to the ------------
end."
A police officer at the scene
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