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The Michigan Doily-Soturday, November 19, 1977-Page 3

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IrYD SEE NE 4S M)fPEN CAL"SDAILY
The fever is a-risin'
One didn't have to look very far yesterday to get the general picture.
All over campus, Michigan student vintage 1977, they of the all-nighters
and alleged political apathy, were gearing up for The Game. Take for
example, the women on the fifth floor of Stockwell. They spent a good
chunk of Thursday night sweating over two large objects d'art. And yes-
terday morning, even the sleepiest passerby couldn't have failed to notice
the products of their labor - two double-bed-sized posters draped across
the front of Stockwell, suspended by, what else, nylons. Then there was
the gang over on second floor of East Quad's Greene House. They merrily
decked out their hall with streamers, posters and punched computer car-
ds reading "Go Blue, all the while gleefully listening to a tape of Bob
Ufer's pl~y-by-play of last year's game. And then there were the four en-
terprising fellows pictured below with their handiwork. The list, we're
sure, could go on and on and on.. .

Israel set
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occupied Arab lands and a homeland
for the Palestinians.
Israel has rejected the Arab for-
mula, but heartily welcomed Sadat's
precedent-shattering. visit. Jerusa-
lem officials see it as a possible
opening for an Israeli-Egyptian dia-
logue.
OBSERVERS SAID the trip also
implies Egyptian recognition of Is-
rael's right to exist as a state,
long-sought by the Israelis.
The Israeli ambassador to Wash-
ington, Simcha Dinitz, emerged from
a White House meeting and said he
thought Israeli Prime Minister Men-
ahem Begin will discuss visiting
Cairo when he meets with Sadat.
In Athens, authorities said about 20
Palestinian and Jordanian students
protesting the. Sadat trip tried to
seize the Egyptian Embassy last
night and fought a gun battle with
embassy guards and police.
POLICE SAID 16 persons were
wounded during the shootout, includ-
ing 10 invaders, three embassy staff
members, and three Greeks. The
attack came as thousands of Greeks
were attending a nearby political
rally in Constitution Square to sup-
port Premier Constantine Caraman-
lis in national elections tomorrow.
An Egyptian advance party - 60
officials, security experts and jour-
nalists led by Hassan Kemal, direc-
tor of Sadat's office - arrived at

for Sadat
Ben-Gurion Airport to ecstatic ap-
plause and shouts from airport
workers and Israelis lining the
30-mile route to Jerusalem.
"We left Egypt with a prayer in our
heart and faith in Allah, and we shall
have faith because our intentions are
pure and we do want peace," Kemal
said in Arabic at the airport.
TOURING THE places Sadat will
visit on his 36-hour stay beginning
Saturday, the Egyptians found a city
bustling with preparation.
They were greeted at every stop by
cheering Israelis, some waving
copies of the day's Maariv newspa-
per with bold red headlines in Arabic
and Hebrew reading "Welcome Pres-
ident Sadat."
Thousands of Egyptian flags flut-
tered along streets and from the King
David Hotel, where Sadat will stay.
Busloads of troops and police in full
battle dress drove through the city,
and hundreds of foreign correspond-
ents sought credentials to cover the
event.
COMPLETING HIS tour, Kamal
declared: "The preparations are
excellent, our meetings have been
fruitful and purposeful."
Sadat appeared happy and at ease
on the eve of his historic voyage,
offering prayers for peace at a
mosque in Ismailia,. on the edge of
the Suez Canal and only 12 miles
from Israeli front lines in the Sinai.

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the an0 arbor AIM cooperative
aturday, November 19 Tonight!
ALL SCREW ED UP (Everything's Ready, Nothing Wo '
(Lina Wertmuller, 1976) 7, 8:45,10:30-A6
Wertmuller's least-seen film is certainly her funniest and probably heribe"',
Completing her trilogy (LOVE AND ANARCHY, SEDUCTION OF MIMI) on clos*" a
work, and sex in industrial society, ALL SCREWED UP tells of a group of
Sicilian immigrants living together in a Milanese commune and struggling
desperately to survive economically and spiritually. "Breathtaking .
Exuberantly funny! Watching ALL SCREWED UP is to be witness to a great
talent."-Vincent Canby. In Italian, with subtitles.
ADMISSION $1.50

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JOHN HUSTON'S 1941
THE MALTESE FALCON
* HUMPHREY BOGART in his definitive performance of Sam Spade. SIDN
j GREENSTREET as the heavy, PETER LORRE as the nervous squeezer and
1 MARY ASTOR as the double-crossing dame round out the classic film
version of the Dashiel Hammet story. And the black bird they're all afte
I is forever "The stuff dreams are made of." As is this movie.
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Sun: SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS
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Regents pave way
for Med Library

Ops.!
Alas, we have erred. In yesterday's story about the Michigan Student
Assembly election, we reported that a "Steven Smith" had been elected.
In fact, his name is Steven Koinis. Sorry, Steve.
Happenings .. .
are rather single-minded today, as if you need to be reminded ...
there will be The Game out at Michigan Stadium at 12:50 ... then at 9 at
East Quad, there will be a Victory Party with four bands on hand. Ad-
mission is $1.50 for all dorm dwellers ... Go Blue!!

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and the widening of Glen Street into a
four lane highway. One mile would be
six lanes
* widening of Fuller bridge and sec-
tions of Glen Street to four lanes
* a new transit system including
buses, light rail vehicles, and com-

muter rail cars.
UATS will meet Dec. 15 to make a
final decision on the highway access
plan.
The term "purse" in horseracing
comes from the early days of the sport
on the English moors. A bag of coins
was hung from a pole at the finish and
the first rider to reach it got the purse.

Daily Official Bulletin

Breakfast of Champions
What, indeed, is the world coming
to? In an age of fallen idols, he was
the apple-cheeked boy next door who
made good. But now, the San Fran-
cisco district attorney is casting as-
persions on wholesome Olympic de-
cathalon champion Bruce Jenner.
The DA is putting the kibosh on a
"Wheaties" commercial in which
Jenner claims he "downed a lot" of
the cereal while in training. The DA
says the blurb constitutes false ad-
vertising. "It is difficult to believe
that an Olympic caliber athlete such
as Bruce Jenner actually used
Wheaties as an important nutri-
tional source," scoffed consumer at-
torney David Moon. And while Gen-
eral Mills, the maker of the cereal,
contends that Wheaties are part of a,
good breakfast, Moon noted, "even
cardboard" might be good for a
body as part of a complete break-
fast. Say it ain't so, Brucie.

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Saturday, November 19, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
Musical Society: Ballet Folklorico Mexi-
cano, Power Ctr., 8 p.m.
* * *
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB - Phone 764-7460
INTERVIEWING ON CAMPUS
Nov. 28, 1977, Oak Ridge National Laboratory -
PhD's: Chemistry, Economics, Geology, Plasma
and Applied Physics, Environmental and Industrial
Health, Natural Resource Ecology.
1977 - Tri-State Careers Conference, Dec. 27, 28 -
Evansville, Ind. It's your chance to investigate
career opportunities in the Evansville, Ind. area
while on holiday vacation. No fee. Major area em-
ployers will conduct private interviews with college
seniors. Additional info. available at CP&P.
DOCTORAL DISSERTATION AWARD: The State
Farm Companies award is available to students who
have completed a major portion of their doctoral
program and are majoring in insurance or related
field of study. Fellowships are available to college
students majoring in Acctg., Bus. Ad., Acturial Sci.,
Comp. Sci., Econ., Math., Pre-law, Statistics & other
business related subjects.
Columbus Area Careers Conference, Dec. 19-20.
Students graduating by Jan. 31 are invited to inter-
view for a wide variety of occupations with major
employers located in the Columbus, Ohio area. Ad-
ditional information available.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB - Phone 763-4117
Psychology Service Minn. VA Hospital, Minn.: Of-
fers comprehensive programs for internships coor-
dinated with training programs. Wide variety of sub-
ject choice. Further details available. Apps. must be
received by Jan. 15.
Oak Ridge National Labs, Tenn.: Grad. seniors
and grad students internships for fields of engineer-
ing, math, environm., physical and social sciences.
Apps. must be received by Jan. 16. Further details
available.

Am. Society of Magazine Editors, New York: Ir z
Magazine Internship Program for Juniors. Opportu-
nity to work on editorial staff of national mazazine.
Apps. must be received by Dec. 16. Details available.
Wayne County Community College, Det. Work with
Dir. Labor Relations. Gather date for negotiations.
conduct surveys, etc. Student in senior year.
REMINDER: Students interested in the Washing NOW SHOWING
t Center for Learning Alternatives please note the
following return of application dates: Sat., Sun., Wed. 1-3-5-7-9 p.m.
Oct. 15--Winter quarter'78 program
Nov. 1-Spring'78semester programs p-nue .m ., Fr
Nov. 15- Winter '78 (January) program 7-9 p.m.
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On the outside ...
Considering Ma Nature's track record for football Saturdays this
year, we could do a lot worse. It'll be partly sunny today with a relatively
balmy high of 480. And, incidentally, there will be a fairly strong breeze
blowing in from the south at 12-25 m.p.h. Take note, Rick Leach.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII. No.63
Saturday, November 19. 1977
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GO BLUE FILM SPECIAL!
The advertisement for Purchase Camera in the
Friday, Nov. 18, issue of The Michigan Daily
pictures a roll of 36 exposure Kodachrome Color
Slide Film as selling for $1.77.
THE PRICE IS CORRECT,
but the illustration should have shown a
20 EXPOSURE ROLL
The Daily regrets the error.

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