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COMMUNISTS,
CONCENTRATION
CAMPS, AND THE
MEMORY OF A PEOPLE:
THE JEWS IN EASTERN
EUROPE TODAY.
LECTURE BY
Cdr. Cynthia Haft
Asst. Prof. of French, NYU
Interviewer for Oral History
ProjecR, Center for Holocaust
Studies, Hebrew University
8 P.M.-FRIDAY, Nov. 10
HILLEL-'1429 Hill

We Don't Have
A Phony
Atmosphere
Some coffee houses give out
dinner mints for free. They think
that is atmosphere. Tough luck.
We provide live music on
weekends. Students display their
artwark on our walls. Theater
groups work on our stage.
We are the Halfway Inn.
You can afford us because we
are non-.profit. There is never a
cover charge..
the hall way inn

AP Phota
From the Garden of Eden?
British anthropologist Richard Leakey examines an ancient skull,
which he believes to be the oldest ever discovered. The skull,
found by Leakey in East Africa, is estimated to be 2.5 million
years old.
DEAN RESIGNS:
Black students end ninte
day ua niversity take-over

Isr ael hits
Syria with
airstrikiesl
By the AP, UPI and Reuters
TEL AVIV - Israeli and
Syrian aircraft battled above
the Golan Heights ceasef ire
line for several hours yester-
day as artillery blazed below.
Israeli planes struck first at
two guerrilla -bases along the
cease-fire line near Boqaata
in the northern sector of the
}Golan. Heights. The raid came
in retaliation for recent guer-
rilla attacks against Israel,
the, military command said
in Tel Aviv.
Shortly after this air strike,
Syrian artillery opened up on Is-
raeli army positions and civilian
settlements near the ceasefire lines
wounding two civilians, the Israeli
spokesman said. A Syrian com-
munique asserted the targets were
heavily damaged.
Israeli planes then swept over
the Golan Heights to attack Syrian
gun positions and were challenged
by Syrian fighters.
The Israelis said that in this
dogfight, two Syrian planes, iden-
tified as Soviet-made MIG21s, were
. shot down. A Syrian communique
claimed two Israeli planes were
shot down in the dogfight and two
more by antiaircraft fire.
The latest round of fighting was
the heaviest between the two na-
tions in 27 months of the Middle
East cease-fire.
The raid into Syria was the first
since Oct. 30, when Israeli war-
planes hit four guerilla bases on
the outskirts -of Damascus and an
army base in the northern portion
of the country.
At the United Nations in New
York, a Syrian representative told
the U.N. Special Political Comn-
mittee that Israel has increased
"indiscriminate bombings" of refu-
gee camps in Syria and Lebanon,
and he called such action "openly
genocidal."

NEW ORLEANS (A') - Some
150 students at the predominant-
s black Southern University in
New Orleans (SUNO) ended their
nine day occupation of the ad-
ministration building yesterday
when the college's dean resigned.
Southern Vice President Em-
mett Bashful said he was quit-
ting after 14 years as head of
SUNO in order to avoid a show-
down confrontation between stu-
dents and police "that might re-
sult in loss of lives."
His action resulted from fever-
"I liked
VAGINAL
POLITICS"
J. BECKER
(Borders Book Shop)
41E IH.
OPEN 'til 9 P.M.
Mon., Thurs., Fri. nights

ish behind-the-scenes negotia-
tions, between black leaders
and protesters. Louisiana Gov.
Edwin Edwards had set a 1 p.m.
deadline for the students to leave
the building or be evicted by
"whatever means necessary".
The protesters occupied the
structure on Nov. 1, in a move to
gain student control of adminis-
trative affairs. They ordered
school officials off the campus.
There was no resistance.
Classes were suspended, leav-
ing an estimated 150 students in
control of SUNO. An effort to
resume classes last Monday fail-
ed.

DAILY.OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 School of Music: Bandorarna; U
DAY CALENDAR Marching Band, G. Cavender, conduc-
Library Film Series: "Conversations tor; U Symphonic Wind Ensemble, S.
with Bertrand Russell," commentary Hodkinson, conductor; U Varsity Band,
by C. Stevenson, UGLI MultipurposeJLarkin. conductor; U Jazz Band, E.
Rm., 3:30 pm Smith, conductor, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
Astronomy Colloquium: P. Biermann, 1 School of Music: Collegium Musicum,
Columbia Univ., "Shock Density Waves T. Taylor, director; music of the sev-
Driven by Star Formation," P&A Col- enteenth century, Campus Chapel, 8
loq. Rm., 4 pm. pm.
Zoology Lecture: W.A.H. Rushton, School of Music: L. Guse, piano doc-
Cambridge Univ., England, "Why Does toral, SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
an Image Fade When It is Fixed on Rive Gauche: Live entertainment,
the Retina?" 4054 Nat. Sci., 4 pm. 1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
Humanities Dept. & New Science
Group: H. Skolimowski, "New Science. GENERAL NOTICES
on the European Scene," 1040 Nat. Res., Academic Costume may be rented at
4:15 pm. Moe Sport Shop, 711 N. University; or-
International Folk Dance: Macedon- k ders for Dec. 17 Commencement should
Ian folk. dance workshop with P. Atana- be placed immediately & must be
sozski, Barbour Gym, 8 pm. placed before Nov. 25.
j THE HELLENIC STUDENT SOCIETY
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
PRESENTS
THE MUSIC OF GREECE
(IS A PATH WITH HEART!)
. Ancient and Byzantine Hymns, Folk Songs, Mikis Theodorakis'
o ("Zorba," "Z") "Epitaph," Bouzouki Music and Manos Had-
' F~ jidakis' "Erotica" (World Premiere)
& MANOS HADJIDAKIS, piano
("NEVER ON SUNDAY" "AMERICA-AMERICA")
AND
SPYROS SAKKAS, voice
TICKETS AT THE:
& Friday, Nov. 17- International Center
(764-9310)
' 8:00 m.at(76Ncoa0)
p.m. St. Nicholas Orthodox
Hill Auditorium Church (769-2945)
Hmand at the theater box office,d
*With an introduction and on the day of the
SFes translated text reading performance, after 2:00 p.m.
1400 .42 4040-& 11

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