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rrr'day, October

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age Two TilE MI(hIJ(5AN DAILY
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China's purge

no surprise
"That doesn't mean , struggle - views shared by the

(Continued from Page 1)
philosophy of perpetual revolu-
"Chiang Ch'ing and the Shan-
ghai group were the principal
sources of anti - American sen-
timent and propaganda," said
Whiting. "Just as President
Ford has had to take a hard
line on issues like Taiwan in re-
sponse to pressure from the
Reagan wing of the Republican
Party, China's leadership has
had to bow to pressure from
Chiang and her group."
i But neither Whiting nor Phi-
losophy Prof. Donald Munro-
another China expert - forsee
any drastic changes in Chinese
policy as a result of the week's
of course, to take note of the

fact that power struggles occur
in China," said Munro. "But, at
the same time, it's dangerous to
ignore the government's long-
term policies, which have a
more lasting effect on the coun-
Whiting believes the Hua gov-
ernment will "set out almost
immediately to reassure Japan
and Western Europe". The
moderate factionthe says, has
already shown its willingness
to carry out the policies of the
late Chou En-Lai: reliance on
imports and foreign technology
in increasing amounts and
modification of some formerly
hard-line foreign policy stands.
One of these modifications,
says Whiting, may well be the
government's position on Tai-


they're going to give it away," Shanghai group - we won't
he warned. "But they may be see much of that anymore."
a little more willing to bar-
gain." WHILE W H I T I N G hesi-
M 0 S T DOMESTIC pro- tates to call the new govern-
grams initiated under Mao will ment "conservative", he pre-,
probably be continued under the dicts it will be a more stable
new Hua regime as well, added regime than China has seen in
Munro. many years.
"Some of the more basic ega- "Local authorities will be
litarian aims of the government more confident about carrying
-in minimizing the gap be- truhporm ihu h
tween the highly - paid and the through programs without the
low - paid, for example, or in fear of getting caught in a io-
building new hnlc in len b-q kInc nn]h n.

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(Continued from Page 1)
Building and Safety Depart-
ment. Of the 83 possible build-
ing code and health violations
listed on the inspector's form,
the dwelling had a whopping
59, ranging from broken win-
dows to exposed wiring.

g scnool sn impov-
erished areas - have strongt
popular support and would ber
very difficult to tamper with,"
said Munro.
"But other Maoist policiesr
may not last," he added. "His
stress on a nationwide classI

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etocts n i olWd THE INSPECTORS declared
they're heading down the wrong the building unsafe and ordered
road," said Whiting. the Elks to evict the tenants.
"This won't be any quiet stag- All the occupants moved else-
"'rhs wn'tbe ny uie stg- here, except one - Harry
nation," he added. "Rather, it Long.
will be a steady movement for-
ward on the main course." LONG NOW LIVES on the
-- - -- second floor of the house in a
room piled highwith boxes of
books and a few scattered be-
longings. He makes do without
II I V UI hea, hot water or a stove. He
claims the Elks acted in bad
)AY thru THURSDAY faith by not fixing code viola-
tions in the house and has vow-
p.mn.-1 a m ed to stick it out.
"I'll leave when the city
tage INNevicts me, said Long. "Every
other tenant decided it wasn't
worth it - the hassle was too
E. Williams - Ann Arbor much." Long said he moved in-
663-3379 to the house "in good faith,"
though he conceded that it was
-- ------__-- - "careless" to get only an oral
agreement with the woman
who rented him the room.
VE THE ELKS contend that Hep-
ler was never their agent, that
CK the house was rented to her on
n * a month-to-month basis, that she
had no right to sublet the house
)LL beyond the end of her own
lease in July, that they were
d SAT. not aware of the presence of
8 SAT.other people in the house, and
and 16 that Long is trespassing on the
property because he is living in
the house without a lease.
SALEM "I THINK we've been as kind
K ond WITCHCRAFT to Mr. Long as we possibly
can," said Tom McGuire of the
C *UAnn Arbor Elks. "The Elks
have let him live in the build-
ing since July when he doesn't
'PSILANTI 482-7130 belong there." The Elks are
particularly interested in clear-
ing the building because the
~ - -proerty has already been sold.
The eviction hearing Tuesday
!will probably turn on the ques-
tion of whether Hepler was act-
I ing as an agent of the Elks
when she made the one year
"As managing partner, I oral agreement with Long. That
st that we keep the prices question is compounded some-
what by the fact that Hepler
Rood food as reasonable is unavailable to testify ("no
as possible. one knows where she is," said
why I'm the reason people McGuire).
keep coming EVEN IF LONG wins his
back to the case, he wins nothing more than
Jolly Tiger. the right to live in a condemned
After all, if you house. If he can prove himself
a legal tenant, he may be able
can enjoy a to collect some form of dam-
truly good ages from the Elks for the
meal that costs 'hoddy condition of the house,
just a bit more though tenant lawyer Stephen
than a meal pre- Josephson would not speculate
a hwhat they might be.
pared at home' 1In the meantime, Long lives
you'll want to come back. on a sofa, sleeping in a therm-
mosphere, excellent chefs al suit and drinking instant milk
impotan, Bu th vale I made from tap water which has
important But the value I already been turned off once.
lar is the real reason you'll He views his tenancy as "a bat-
love eating here." tle for human rights."
"I could move into a studio
apartment tomorrow, but it's a
matter of principle," Long said.
.STAURANT "It's sad that people can't work
peting to please you. together. Tenants and land-
urs a day at lords must work together to ac-
-n Blvd., Ann Arbor quire a conscience and affirm
human rights."

I human rights."

-Does Nervousness While Taking an Exam or Test
Prevent You from Doing Your Best?
-During Exams or Tests Does Your Mind Go Blank or
Do You Block on Questions Which You Remember
the Answers to Later?
e-Do You Worry, Perspire or Experience Rapid Heart
Beat, Nausea, Muscular Contractions or Headaches
Before or During Examinations?
-Do You Experience Difficulty in Thinking or
Remembering on Important Exams?
If any of the above are true for you the U. of M. Reading and Learning
Skills Center is offering an experimental program for students of sopho-
more standing or above using BIOFEEDBACK Assisted Relaxation
Training for the reduction of test anxiety. The program will begin
October 25, 1976 and is available at no cost to U. of M. students.
Please contact John Parker before this date.

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