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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 10, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Big powers clarify status of
East West German agreement
BONN (Reuters)-The Big Four
Powers responsible for Germany
since the end of World War II re-
:.....::00 r <::"<::::;}'" inforced their rights and responsi-
b for the divided country in
Q a joint declaration yesterday
. The terse, nine-line declaration
- issued in Washington, Moscow,
Paris and London - followed less
than 24 hours after the conclusion
ofa pact between West and East
i Germany acknowledging them to
be sovereign independent states.
The inter-German pact was
initialled Wednesday in Bonn and
at a press conference yesterday,
West German Chancellor Willy
Brandt said he expected it to come
into force early next year. The
two states will then become sepa-
rate and equal members of the
United Nations.
Yesterday's declaration by the
United States, the Soviet Union,
SFrance and Britain, supplements
the treaty by formally keeping the
controversial issue on German na-
tional unity open until it is settled
~ 4one way or the other by the Four
Powers.
S.The Four Powers state in -the
declaration that they will support
..,. the applications by the two Ger-
:.. : v:" .moo. ''rf}};::0'man states for UN membership
.Awhen these are submitted.Th
'~ two states are the Federal Repub-
icof (West) Germany and the
r:,:.:. ..> : ......: (East) German Democratic Repub-
Slic.
; :.-:::.::,.,.....h; .;...:.,...:..:..:...?.:; :.. ; } ,'The declaration goes on "To af-
4 firm in this connection that this
membership shall in no way affect

Cinema Weekend continued

(Continued from Page 3)
The film also speaks to many
relevant themes: the problems
of simple people in a far from
people - oriented society; the dif-
ficulty of spreading and main-
taning love; and the possibility
of bridging a gap between gen-
erations.
-LARRY LEMPERT
A Separate Peace
Michigan
If two boys keep jumping out of
of a tree into a river, the viewer
knows that one of them is going
to get hurt before the movie is
over., Indeed, this is the kind of
suspense generated in A Separate
Peace.
Set in (believe it or not) the
summer of 1942, the first half of
Peace is full of chronologically
appropriate adolescent antics. In
the second half, Gene (Parker
Stevenson) is consumed by guilt
over having incapacitated friend
and roommate, Finny (John
Heyl). Peace is contrived by the
same formula that was respon-
sible for Summer of '42, and
packs the same kind of punch
that knocked so many tear ducts
loose in its predecessor.
Director Larry Peerce hints at
homosexuality, flaunts the com-
petitiveness of the athlete as
compared to that of the egghead,
and alludes to some profound
thoughts that cannot make their
way through the symbolism. To

his credit, there are a few
amusing scenes (such as Finny's
Winter Olympics), but simply
not enough.
--RAYMOND WILLEY
Gone Withe the Wiaid
Wayside
Hollywood's ageless epic is
here again with its fine blend of
history and melodrama, and its
immortal performances by Vi-
vien Leigh, Clark Gable, Olivia
de Haviland, and Leslie Howard
(not to mention a brief appear-
ance by Superman - George
Reeves). Of the film industry's
great money-makers, only The
Godfather can compare with its
drama, and only The Sound of
Musicaand TheyGodfathernhave.
such a lucrative rerun potential.
They have already posed a
strong challenge to GWTW's box
office stature. But owing to its
depiction of a time and landscape
that can only be brought back to
life through film, to its lavish
color . and costuming, to its un-
precedented railroad station
crane shot, to the magnetism of
Gable's Rhett Butler and the de-
termined coquetry of Vivien
Leigh's Scarlett O'Hara, and to
the fact that its impact has been
undiluted by remakes and limi-
tations, Gone With The Wind will
remain the most enduring and
most profitable story ever told.
-DAVID GRUBER

Yet Another
Week Of.. .
The New Centurions - Fox
Village - Stacy Keach, George
C. Scott, and Cops and Robbers.
Everything You Always Want-
ed to Know About Sex - But
Were Afraid to Ask - Campus
Mediocre Woody Allen, but fun-
ny.
Fiddler on the Roof --State -
L'Chaim and all that.
(WABX Airwaves)-Marty Ba-
lin, who split from the Jefferson
Airplane last year, is close to
signing a contract with Grunt
Records to do his own album.
Since breaking off from the Air-
plane, Marty has been promot-
ing a group called Grootna . . .
Pop singer Judy Collins has be-
gun her first concert tour in two
years. She'll tour the Midwest,
South and East during the next
two months, and will conclude
her tour with concerts at New
York's Carnegie Hall just before
Christmas . . . Kathi MacDonald,
a former singer with Joe Cocker
and with Leon Russell's band,
has split to form her own group.
Kathi will join with Pete Sears
(formerly in Rod Stewart's
group); Neil Shawn, formerly of
Santana; and Craig Enrico, who
used to be with Sly and the
Family Stone. Their first album
will be released shortly.

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Y~es, Yirg
Remember the famous 1897 editor
you do) proclaiming "Yes, Virgin
Well, yes, dear reader, there is
-and she is represented here b
Barbara Lee. The occasion? The
being presented here to Virgin.
General E. T. Klassen yesterday.

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AP Photo
BIA's last stand?
When protesting Indians left the Bureau of Indian Affairs Bldg.
Wednesday night after a week-long occupation, they say they
took with them some three truckloads of secret government docu-
ments. They also left a legacy of vandalism and political graffiti,
here being inspected by a federal building guard.
TUMMY TIME:
Cheapo food feeds
~U'starVinwllt

the rights and responsibilities of ELECTION AFTERMAT
the Four Powers and the corres-
ponding, related quadripartite
agreements, decisions and prac- HRP's falte
tices."
A secondary reason for the dec- (continued from Page 1)
laration, on the part of the three Many observers put the blame
western allies, was to forestall any for some of the apathy on an HRP
possible attempt by communist campaign which missed the mark
possbleattmpt y cmmuistby several miles.
East Germany, after it joins the Party members acknowledge
world body, to contest the West's that their campaign was far too
rights of unhindered access to light, on issues and too heavy on
Berlin. retoric.
State representative candidate
West Berlin, which is under the Steve Burghardt, as well as county
protection of the three western commissioner candidates SusanI
allies, lies 110 miles east of the Winning and Susan Newell stressedG
border dividing the two German such intangibles as candidate dis-
bordr dvidig te tw Gemancipline and collective decision main-
states and can only be reached by ing-concepts with little mass ap-
crossing East German territory. peal-instead of stressing the
COMMUNISTS, CONCENTRATION CAMPS,
AND THE MEMORY OF A PEOPLE:
THE JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE TODAY
LECTURE BY
Dr. Cynthia Haft
Asst. Prof. of French, NYU
Interviewer for Oral History Project, Center for
Holocaust Studies, Hebrew University
Extensive travel to
concentration camp sites in Eastern Europe
FRIDAY, Nov. 10,8 p.m. at HILLEL,1429 Hill

riin futiewxur ,ie ALLPRCEED LB O
nia, there is a Santa Clause"?
at Virginia-or rather, there was
y her great-great-grandaughter
first release of a Santa stamp,
ia's descendant by Postmasterepsd-u-o-r-
3 oma3 to 5 p.m. $1.00
!ring future ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO THE
party's stands on local and state! FREE PEOPLES CLINIC OF ANN ARBOR
issues.
What it all means for the future
remains unclear.
The Democrats, jubilant at their R A T 0 .Frt6320
strong showing, see next year's R AYT 0 .Frt6320
city elections as a chance to "fin-
ish HRP for good."_____________________________________________
Indeed, even HRP members ad- _____ ___-_____--_-
mit they must win at least one city _________________________________________________
council seat next April or face the
prospect of political extinction.

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(Continuedtrom Page 1)
up stray pennies on the sidewalk,
on the way to and from your
excursions.
With ten of your precious pen-
nies, you can always purchase a
SGr passes
new housing
board plan

fresh bagel at the Bagel Factory,
on South 'U'.
And 15 cents will get you a pea-
nut butter and jelly lunch on Wed-
nesdays, in 1018 Angell Hall. The
lunches, including the P&J sand-
wich and potatoe chips (5 cents
for coffee), start around 11:30 am.
and continue until the stuf runs out.
On Fridays, at noon, make your
way over to Guild House, 802 Mon-
roe Street, across from the Law
School. For 35 cents, treat your-
self to the usual buffet of cold'
cuts, cookies and a beverage.
Guild Housefeatures speakers on
various topics at the lunches.

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(Continued from Page 1) Ifyou feel like splurging, and
ing possible discrimination patterns your wallet agrees, head for the
in housing. University Hospital. The hospital
Psychology Prof. Richard Mann cafeteria offers good food at fairly
presented and explained the pro- reasonable prices. A bowl of soup
gram to the Council last night. costs a quarter, french fries, 30
The motion passed 8-3, with Mat cents. Cold sandwiches range be-
Dunaskis,, Keith Murphy and Valda tween 30 and 40 cents, with most
McClain, all members of the Re- drinks at 15 cents. Pretty good
sponsible Alternative Party (RAP), buys.
opposing the action. So folks, the next time a pizza
Council also approved a $1,000 parlor or a burger palace beckons
grant to People's Advocate, a .. resist! Instead try some of
black - oriented independent news-
paper. these suggestions or search out
bnm hrainm.b ea l rself.

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