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THE MICHIGAN DAIS;'

Sundays, April 17, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY .Sunday, April 17, 1977

RUSH! To get tickets to
WiliamWrndom in Thurber II
April 18, 8pm, Power Center
Tickets available at PTP Ticket Office
Mendelssohn Theatre Lobby, Mon.-Fri. 10-1, 2-5
For Information Call: 764-0450
Tickets also available at all Hudsons

Pinball,
I Bowling &
I Billiards
open regular hours
all next term
at the
Union

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Mondale

praises Hart at Cobo

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(continued from Page 1) tions and individuals. dale continued, "I want to pay Mondale's
fere with his beliefs," Mondale MONDALE also spoke highly particular tribute to Mayor flected the
said. of Detroit's new Renaissance Coleman Young, one of the ence. Gri
MONDALE applauded Hart Center and of the city as a great mayors of our time, opened hi
for his work on the Civil Rights whole, whose support was so instru- speech with
Act of 1964. "Phil Hart worked "When the nation finds out mental to the creation of the that receive
to eliminate the final barriers what's going on in Detroit, peo- Renaissance Center." E Mondale
that kept black's from voting. ple will realize that people here ditional ro
And this administration would are moving toward the rehabili- AFTER AN EARLY after- Vice Pre
not now be in office, if it weren't tation of our center cities faster noon tour through "Ren-Cen, knows tha
for that vote." than anyplace else in the na- Mondale found himself defend- knows that
tion," he said. ing Andrew Young, the U. S. is the most
The Vice President said the ambaddasor to the UnitedUN- Washington.
C a r t e r Administration would Speaking of the Renaissance tions- at the inau
follow the late Senator's lead in ent itelMondale sai "Andrew Young speaks his Presidentv
urging vigorous enforcement of is a monument, not only to hu mind and that's the way we walked. I r
anti-trust laws. Mondale pointed man engineering, but to the hu- want it. This is an open admin- When I get
to Attorney General Griffin commitment of ts rboeath e istration and we are not de- have to car
Bell's statement that he would and its leaders to look to the manding of everyone of our . . And
appear in court personally to ap- future, and I'm confident it will leaders an absolute clearing travel, to
peal for maximum sentences signal a genuine rebirth for the process," he said calling Young London. I,
against both offending corpora- central city of Detroit," Mon- "a marvelous person" who has England an
done an outstanding job as am- beer distrib
bassador." When Mo
ITAMBOURIN S Students lu
TO GLORY of Near Easi
A i 13-17 A DRAMA] IC SOCG - (Continued from Page 1) had similar
pr by skrit syntax? to dream i
Wed-Sun. 8:00 p.m. Bl ak ia'wright-Poet { (aesmiling. Bu
Sun. 2:00 p.m. LANGSTON Its an entrance into a dif- to the far-
HUGHES ferent culture," explained Dewo- guage and
skin of his Chinese studies. "You motivatedt
eatu rngbecome acutely aware of how guage once
CuestActressiAesience inadequate English is" when fact, he a1
you study the ancient language. before to st
Tickets at the PTP Ticket Office Although it's very difficult, he
Menoerssohn Theatre Lobby, Mon -Fri 10-1 2-5 said, after a while you become IN CLAS
or Information Call 764-0450 "addicted to it.a dents of Or
Tickets also Available at all Hudsons dditsdot ir
__"WHEN I GET excited, I talk to find thei
to people in Chinese," explained "Some p
undergraduate Dan B e n s k y. litical inter
When he thinks in Chinese, he Assistanter
becomes another person because dents.
the language is so radically dif-
ferent, Bensky said. However,
Jananese student Hauck has taking Ru
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experiences. "I used
n Japanese," he said
t he noted his travels
off home of his lan-
said he can only get
to study for a lan-
he's been there. In
lmost failed French
arted Japanese.
SES of both Chinese
ese, there are stu-
iental heritage trying
r roots.
eople take it for po-
ests," said Teaching
Ailler of Russian stu-

joining English as one of the
basic scientific languages of the
world.
"It's (understanding Russian)
a whole different psychological
set," Miller said. The sense of
time is different from our own,
she said, and the structure is
radically different.
Maybe one attraction to study-
ing these languages is the feel-
ing of superiority which many
students feel when they are fin-
ally able to understand another
language and culture so totally
removed from them.
Chinese student Bensky is

mood at Cobo re- ing Phil Hart's son addressed
gaiety of the audi- the dinner audience. Walter
nning broadly, he Hart cautioned against the ten-
is twenty minute dency to canonize those whose
several anecdotes lives are special.
ed warm laughter. "It is important not to place
poked fun at the tra- him (his father Hart) in the dis-
Le of the inactive tance, not to make him super-
sident. "Everyone human," said the younger Hart,
t the vice taoindl his eyes red, from tears his
the Vice President speech broken. "He lived and
powerful position in loved in this world, let's keep
You will note that him real. We can all be like my
garation it was the father. It's not that difficult."
who got out and When Hart finished, he re-
ode the whole way.
off a plane I never ceived a standing ovation. Most
rry my own luggage of those present were moved o
just look where I tears by his short speech. As
Rome, Paris, and he wiped away a tear, Douglas
visit the queen of Fraser whispered to an old
nd Jimmy visits a Democratic P a r t y worker,
butor." "Wasn't that a b e a u t i f u l
ndale finished speak-l finish?"
red to rewards
tern languages

convinced that "any Romance
more students are language becomes insignificant
ssian because it is after studying it (Chinese)."

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