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PROFESSOR SHLOMO DESHEN
DEPT. OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
a, Oct. 25, 4:00 p.m., 2402 Meson Noll
"Community and Authority Among Oriental
Jewsr
Sponsored by Judaic Studies Program and Department of Sociology
sdey, Oct. 27, 8:00 p.m., Hil/elfoundetfien, 1429 HillSt.
"On Religion and Politics in Israel:What Hap-
pens When Religions and Political Symbols
Meet? r,
Sponsored by B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
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Page 2-Tuesday, October 25, 1977-The Michigan Daily

FIRST FACE-OFF FOR YOUNG, BR 0 WNE:
M--ayoral foes sling mud

DETROIT (UPI) - Mayor Coleman
Young and challenger Ernest Browne
Jr. threw away the gloves yesterday in
a dough, free-wheeling debate before
the Economic Club of Detroit.
In their first general election con-
frontation, each candidate flailed re-
peatedly at his opponent with some-
times bitter and demeaning rhetoric.
After comparatively sedate opening
remarks, Young fired the first shot

when asked from the floor about the
city's crime rate.
BROWNE, a city councilman, has
said crime has actually increased 13
per cent during,the Young administra-
tion. Young cites FBI and police statis-
tics indicating a 21 per cent reduction.
"Yes, the streets are safer than they
have been," Young said, drawing boos
mostly from Browne supporters in the

crowd.
Obviously annoyed, Young shot back,
"We're not going to move the city for-
ward by tearing it down. It's an outright
lie to say crime has gone up. I didn't get
my facts from the yellow pages. I got
them from a set of statistics."
Browne answered that if population
declines are taken into account, crime
has increased.
YOUNG fended off implications in
one question that his administration
was to blame for the city's HUD hous-
ing disaster, saying, "Every ill that has
befallen the city has been placed at my
doorstep."
But Browne responded by accusing
the mayor of previously owning four
HUD apartment buildings that "have
contributed to the problem."
Asked to explain the city's population
loss, Browne, who is hoping for solid
support from Detroit whites, said many
have left because of a feeling "they are
' ?<
"This city is in the grasp
of men who would make it
a private estate and make
each of you slaves of their
power and greed."
-Ernest Browne
not represented, are no longer wanted
and are no longer cared about."
A RELATED question about the De-
The Residential College
PRESENTS
STEPHEN DIXON
READING
8:00 p.m. TONIGHT at EAST QUAD

troit Pistons moving to suburban Pon-
tiac allowed Young to return to the of-
fensive. The mayor said Browne did
r

"Columnists

indicat

opponent. might
qualified for dog ca
but I'll have to take
under advisement."

te my
tbe
tcher,
,e that

-Coleman Young

nothing to encourage construction of a
riverfront arena so professional teams'
would stay in the city.
"He has consistently voted against.
any concept of an arena," Young said of
his challenger. "And now he has the
gall to sit up and criticize the riverfront
arena deal."
Young said he refused to "stoop to a
personal attack" on Browne, then ad-
ded, "Columnists indicate my opponent
might be qualified for dog catcher, but
I'll have to take that under advise-
ment."
Browne unloaded in his final state-
ment, warning, "you better wake up
and realize that this city is in the grasp
of men who would make it a private es-
tate and make each of you slaves of
their power and greed."
"Coleman Young is a living symbol of
this grasping attitude," Browne said.
When making cucumber pickles,
some good cooks like to use cucum-
ber "rings." To make the rings, cut
the cucumbers crosswise in halves or
thirds - depending on their size.
Then remove the 'seeds and cut
crosswise into -inch slices.

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Whenyou take away
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and thelifestyle'
what haveyou got?

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MINI-COURSE 416:
Trends In Contemporary Israeli Literature
Prerequisites: None Credits: One (Pass/Fail)
NOTE: The texts to be rend and discussed will be in ENGLISH TRANSLATION
Thursday, October 27 introductory Meeting
4:00-5:30 p.m.
3050 FB

Sunday, November 6 "Visions of Childhood in Israeli Fiction."
1:00-4:30 p.m. Prof. Arnold J. Bond, UCLA
Mich. League, "The image of Eastern Jews in the Modern
Vandenberg Room Hebrew Short Story," Prof.1eHka.UL
"*''"***'**'v-"ofLev Hakak, UCLA
"Hebrew Literature In Translation: A Pre-
carious Future," Elliott Anderson, Editor,
TrlQuorterly
8:00 p.M.
Hillel Foundation Readings by Israeli poet Yehuda Amichal
Monday, November 7 "The Fiction of Amalia Kahana Carmon,"
9:00-12 Noon Prof. Warren Bargod, Spertus College of Ju-
Michigan League, doica, Chicago
Vandenberg Room "Contents, and Forms in the Fiction of
A.B. Yehoshua: Continuity or Change?",
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