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December 11, 1977 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1977-12-11

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Taking stock







It's art

- UAC Photo


UAC brought us Robert Altman who brought us "Three
Women," George Lucas brought us "Star Wars" which
brought us The Force, but most people still aren't sure who on
earth brought us Daedalus. Nonetheless, like an old warrior, the
twisting sculpture stands guard outside the art museum, immune
to the raves and ridicule its form has inspired. Altman would
probably like it because no one can figure it out. Lucas would
probably sneer because it doesn't make money. But the one
thing that's for sure is that no two people will ever agree on all
three. A rt just ain't that easy.

Democrats gathered in New York to deliver Washington from
evil, sent Jimmy Carter to do the job, and it looked for a while as
though they had.the right idea. But a friend of Carter's from neigh-
boring Calhoun went along for the ride to D. C. and spoiled things in a
big way. Carter had asked his friend to guard the till, but the friend
wasn't to be trusted. For all the controversy, though, tig Bert Lance
of the OMB seemed less scarred by his wrongdoings than his boss did.
After all, Jimmy's still caught in the limelight, taking punches from
Washington's toughest; but Bert's gone back to Georgia, where
hospitality is still bigger than peanuts and politics.


wr !

Leonora Perez and
Filipina Narcissa have
lost their jobs at the
V.A. Hospital. In fact,
the only thing that's real-
ly come their way recent-
ly is publicity -- but not
the kind of publicity any-
one would want. In one
of the most controversial
local court cases in re-
cent memory, the two
Filipino *nurses were
found guilty of the fatal
s~i~s~sa rn . f T/ A __

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