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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 2, 19751

~o~e Six THE MiCHIGAN DAiLY Sunday, November 2, 1975

1

ON JAZZ DANCE
EVANSTON, Ill. (M)-Some 5dO
major articles on "jazz dance"
which have appeared in 'news-
papers and magazines in this I
country and England during the
past 45 years have been col-
lected between hardcovers.
Jazz dance is an American-:
born dance form known mostly i

through Broadway, TV and
movie musicals. AMBUSHED BY CHINESE
Called "Anthology of Ameri-
can Jazz Dance," the collectionrO
is a labor of love by Gus Gior-
dano, an Evanston - based i1 dii1 soliers k le d at Ird order
is also internationally known as

a promoter of jazz dance as an
art form.

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NEW DELHI (Reuter) - routine patrol was ambushed provoked and unjustified firing caps and glacier's - to be offic-
Four Indian soldiers were killed by a Chinese party of about 40 on Indian personnel." ially confirmed here for several
in a, clash with a Chinese mili- on October 20. India had also protested years.
tary party last month on India's "The ambush was well within against the "deliberate killing Indian government spokesper-
northern borders, an official Indian territory and in an area of Indian personnel performing sons have refused to comment
spokesperson said yesterday. which has been regularly pa- their routine duty," the official on press reports of clashes last
The spokesperson declined to trolled by us for many years stated. August between Indian and Chi-
reveal where the incident took and where no previous incident The official said the bodies of nese troops facing each other
place but said it was well in- has taken place," sources said. the four soldiers had been re- on the Sikkim and Ladakh bor-'
side Indian territory. turned. ders.
THE spokesperson said the THE incident was the first India and China fought a
THE spokesperson said an In- Indian government had lodged clash between India and China bloody one-month war along the
dian party of one non-commis- a strong protest with the Chi- along their Himalayan border border in 1962 after a series of
sioned officer and five men on nese government over. the "un- - a frozen frontier of snow- clashes between frontier troops.
Americans advised Dylan Baez sing
to evacuate Beirut in surnrise concert
(Continued from Page 1) to a gasoline station just behind Special To The Daily The tour was planned only 10
lated last week. There were no the 500-room Phoenicia hotel, NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. days ago by Dylan and "some
reports of injuries and flights where snipers from the right- -In the pool of light at center friends he's been jamming with
continued landing into the eve- wing Christian Phalange party stage of a small New England in the village," Ginsberg said
ning. wrsblasted down on the leftist gun- college gym, Joan Baez put her before the show.
Csmen. arm gently around Bob Dylan
ar res n eig Firemen said they drove in to and sang with him "Any Day Promoters have kept public-
safer areas following the big' ea zd b dr ito' Now, Any Day Now I Shall Be ity to a minimum, and ticket-
blast near Hamra Street, an extinguish the blaze but had to Revealed." buyers here at Southeastern Fo nr
area~~~~a ofexesieshp ta
previously had been an island of aturn back because of gunfirThe two smiled at each other Massachusetts University learn- Anthony Barbaro, the 18-year-o
an rnd lss and kissed and a crowd of 3,000 ed of the show only two days1
calm in the whirling street The 25-story Holiday Inn, on young people stood and cheered. ago sniper killings of three people
battles. a hillside above the Phoenicia, I FOR THE artists and their dead in his cell early yesterc
The target of the blast was not St. Georges and other downtown audience, it was a three-hour After a ragged beginning, the reports indicate he was found1
immediately determined. Police hotels was burning in at least reunion. On the surprise tour show was carried by Dylan's -
said it was near the national one room and there were re- with Dylan and Baez were a rock numbers and acoustic
radio. ports that a blaze also was set slew of great rock and folk mu- solos, Baez's still incredible
on two other floors by incoming sicians including, guitarists Mick voice, great performances from ec
THE MOSLEM advance on rocket and machinegun fire. Ronson, Rambling Jack Elliott, McGuinn and Ronson, and most
downtown luxury hotels set fire Moslem forces made up from Roger McGuinn, Nashville star of all Dylan and Baez together.
an alliance of radical leftist Ronee Blakely, and poet Allenspaesmltswrehira Gnbrg The group's fast moving ar- Sti a - er
militia were pickingitheir wayGnsberg krangements of Dylan's oldies
house by house through the Dylan, who wore a leather drew on the strength of his
TWers "deadlyChristian sniper fire. jacket and a wide brim hat with rock-oriented back-up band, es- (Continued from Page 1)
They advanced into streets just two pink carnations, rocked and
under the Phoenicia and St. rolled some of his greatest y This evening's speeches, like
Georges, occupied the neighbor- songs, including "Masterpiece," I all the other scheduled events,
_______ ______Grges,_ccupiedthenei hbo "-t! Ain't MeiBabe" oand r"u l ayed i th a id B w e vitk lc n ilA dtr
ing Palm Beach Hotel and fired Like a Woman," with powerful David Mansfield, young addi- Iium. Mark Lane, Donald Freed,
from its windows across at the harmony from Bal Blakely's tions to Dylan's circle, played and Robert Katz will be the fea-
St. Georges, gunmen reported. honey voice, beautifully. tured speakers in the 7:30 p m.
~1orb The
- ' 1%The tourist promoters used~ event.
strong - arm tactics to enforce Monday's events include a
ANN ARBOR TEACH-iN presents: Dylan's and Baez's wish for workshop on "corporate manip-
3 o00h Ijop WHO SHOT JFK, RFK minimum publicity by baring ulation", a panel discussion on
cameras and restricting crowd "subversion of the forces of
DR. KING, MALCOLM X? size. dissent," a speech by David
A Really The low-key strategy seemed DuBois on the "Conspiracy
to have a therapeutic effect on Against the Black Liberation
fine selection Dylan and the other perform- ! Movement," and a panel dis-
ers, who warmed to the audi- Icussion on "Police Repression."
of 1976 Calendars Director, Citizens Commission of Inquirv, Washinqton, D.C. ence as the show progressed. Tuesday's events focus on in-
DONAmLiD FREE control with a morning speech-
A RT Director, Campaign for Democratic Freedoms, Los Angeles DEC.%iG ADS: es on surveillance and the aft-
ernoon speeches on behaviorI
.ice tr ROBERT KATZ . To attend Commence- modification.
Bicentennial Co-Director, Assassination Information Bureau, Boston ment, you must order a --
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d ead
Ad arrested in last December's
in Olean, N. Y., was found
day, police said. Unconfirmed
hanged. This is a 1973 photo.
o bring
The final scheduled events
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Cover-up" by Jeremy Rifkin,
director of the People's Bicen-
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