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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 18, 1972

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Juan Peron:

The exile's

return

From Wire Service Reports
BUENOS AIRES - Former dic-
tator Juan Peron returned to Ar-
gentina yesterday morning, end-
ing a seventeen year exile from
his homeland.
Peron's rented Italian jetliner
landed in a -driving rainstorm, at
an airport ringed by tanks and
thousands of troops - moved into
position to frustrate demonstrations
by Peron's many followers and en-
emies.
Security agents boarded t h e
plane as soon as the doors w e r e
opened, but, after ten minutes, Pe-
ron and his wife Isabel disembark-
ed.
Approximately 300 Peronists, all
that were allowed into the airport,
greeted their hero with chants and
frantic handwaving.
Peron was driven to the airport
hotel where he and his party will
stay temporarily. Supporters jeered
police. and troops outside of the
closed building with cries of "the
people are missing here."
The atmosphere in Argentina was
tense as the 77 year old Peron, dic-
tator from 1946 to 1955 made his
way home. A small group of Ar-
gentine sailors mutined earlier in
the day, killing a guard at a naval
machinists school. Army troops
later seized the sailors, who were
described as leftists Peronists plan-
ning to stir up demonstrations.
Peron's initial stay in Argentina
may be -only temporary. He told
an Italian newspaper on Thursday
that he would like to visit China,
Romania, and many of the other
Latin American countries.
Peron flew to' Buenos Aires from
exile in Madrid after stopping in
Rome and Dakar. While in Rome,
he attempted to seek an audience
with Pope Paul, a move many in-
terpreted as political.
Peron was excommunicated from

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By MIKE HARPER
As David Bowie's first Ameri-
can tour winds to an end, RCA
has re-released two of the Eng-
lish 'Starman's" earliest albums,
both previously available on the
Mercury label, Space Oddity and
The Man Who Sold the World.
Space Oddity (RCA - LSP-4813),
formerly titled Man of Words,
Man of Music, is the artist's
semi-acoustical stage, complete
with its own decadently lush or-
chestration. The title song, a sci-
fi "Top of the Pops" in England
three years ago, is the album's
best cut - and its worst as well.
Bowie's words are lyrically mov-
ing; his vocal performance dra-
matically calculated. Unfortun-
ately though, Gus Dudgeon (of
Elton John fame) and Bowie
combine to give the song an
overly ripe musical arrangement
and, as well, Paul Buckmaster
(again Elton John) over-orches-
trates to the point of Moody Blu-
ish mediocrity. Somehow Bowie's
edgy abilities overcome the mus-
ical tripe and reign (uneasily)
supreme.
The deliberately naive "Me-
mory of a Free Festival" is also
lyrically superior, but Bowie's
lack of vocal control results in
a whiny, uneven performance of
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"MANY FANTASTIC DE-
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'fnigd w o r hurning out releases

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the song. The gimmicky devices
and overly long chorus at song's
end are no help either. Two oth-
er songs, "Cygnet Committee"
and "The Wild Eyed Boy fromn
Freecloud," are extremely ambi-
tious in a lyrical sense, but Bow-
ie fails to incorporate the songs
into thoughtful, well-executed
musical arrangements and as
such even his best-turned phrases
seem winded.
Two love songs, especially "Let-
ter to Hermione"," are outright
embarrassing in both content and
performance. The only straight
rocker on the album, "Unwash-
ed and Somewhat Slightly Daz-
ed," is both vocally weak and
musically boring. The lyrizs
though - "I'm a phallus in pig-
tails" included - do show a
glimpse of the later, more sex-

wally-stylized Starman's work--
but only a glimpse.
Space Oddity is often times
stringy, and certainly inferior to
Bowie's satisfying no-sweat rock
swind as presented on Hunky
Dory and Ziggy Stardust. One
thing must be considered though:
for a 1969 album in 72 drag,
Space Oddity is quite simply
a wonder.
Tony Visconti, co-arranger and
bassist on Space Oddity, produc-
ed and played piano, bass and
guitar on the third album, T h e
Man Who Sold the World, (RCA-
LSP-4816), and therein lie its
faults. Visconti's bass playing is
harsh and heavy-handed and his
production even more so - no
wonder, as his "technique" coa-
sists primarily of turning up the
volume on his own bass. Bowie
See BOWIE, Page 3

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ARGENTINE POLICEMEN move to disperse supp orters of former dictator Juan Peron. The demon-

strators were trying to get to Eciza Airport, outside Buenos Aires, where Peron arrived yesterday
morning after 17 years in exile.
the Roman Catholic Church in After Eva's death in 1952, Peron didates which stipulated that they:
1955, after conducting a campaign increasingly lost popular support in must have lived in the country
against the Church in Argentina. Argentina. Dissatisfaction with the since Aug. 25, thereby ruling out
The excommunication was later regime culminated in a military Peron.
lifted, but the Pope apparently did coup in 1955, and Peron was forced However, it is expected that the
not wish to look as if he were in- to flee in a Paragyuan gunboat. former president will either try to
terfering in Argentina's affairs by He made an abortive attempt have the requirement waived, or
seeming to support Peron's return.:, to return to his homeland in 1964, run a substitute Peronist candi-
During his nine year rule, Peron but got only as far as Brazil be- date.
and his popular second wife Eva fore being forced to turn back. In Rome Peron was asked if he
became saintlike figures to the ur- Many in Argentina believe that would, in fact, run. "If the move-
ban poor - "the shirtless ones" as Peron wil attempt to run for Pres- ment desires it, I will fulfill thus
they were called in Argentina. Per- ident in the spring elections under the decision of the movement," he
on combiped this charismatic rule the banner of his Justicialist Party. said.
with strongarm tactics and social- The present government set a "In our movement dictators do
ist-style reforms. qualification for presidential can- not exist."

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WASHINGTON () - A presi- there have been more than a hun- And here,' say the archivists, the of 1975," O'Neill told an interview-'
detial order aimed at prying the dred so far, with most still in vari- outlook is bright for eventually put- er.
secrecy wraps from old govern- ous stages of processing. ting nearly all once-secret docu- O'Neill noted two aspects of the
ment papers has produced only a Thus, early signs are that the ments into the public domain. Nixon directive which are espec-
trickle of new public information June 1 executive order will not Target No. 1 is 160 million pages ially important to the archivist:
since it took effect five months prove of much immediate help to of still-classified World War II do- -The automatic declassification
ago. scholars or newsmen searching for cuments. unless an agency head rules other-
The White House edict will show secret papers tucked away in Dr James O'Neill deputy archi- wise. Previously all material re-
rater impact later on, officials countless government files. vist of the United States, says 100 maiedtsectiunless someone
grata eripclaereoe nocasI moved to declassify it.
say, as declassifiers delve ito a Prospects are much brighter, people are being hired now to -The archivists for the first time
mountain of aging documents, and however, for creation of an inter- tackle the World War II papers in have authority on their own to re-
controls crimp the flood of new -nal-control system stemming the a 3 -year program that will cost move secrecy stamps, provided
secret writings, flood of new secret writings and some $4 million. Without the Nixon they follow guidelines set forth by
Under President Nixon's June 1 for yanking away the secrecy of order, he says, the task would take the agency which originally classi-
directive, any paper more than 10 government documents by the time five years and over $6 million. fied the material. Previously the
years old is supposed to be made they are 30 years old. "We figure we'll get down to one agency had to do the declassifying,
available to a member of the pub- No one knows exactly how many per cent still classified by the end often one document at a time.
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amount of effort." ments on file after the end of this Courage." Power Center, 8 pm.
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SUNDAY: 10:30 a.m.: Worship
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Wednesday.
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Sunday, Nov. 19:
5:30 p.m.-Celebration, Wesley
Lounge.
6:15 p.m.-Supper, Pine Room.
7:00 p.m. - Program, Wesley
Lounge. "The Real Americans,"
speaker from a North American'
Indian tribe.
Thursday. Nov. 23:

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