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Hostages freed in
N..prisonfiaseot
NEW YORK ()-Five guards world as long as no blood has
held hostage by rebellious in- been shed."t
mates at Rikers Island city pri- Malcolm blamed the disturb-
son were freed unharmed yes- ance on the city's current fiscalt
terday after officials agreed to crisis, citing overcrowding and
demands for improved condi- a cutback in the guard force!
tions at the overcrowded and because of budget economies.l
isolated jail in the East River. Some 352 guards have been laid
But some 350 prison guards, off in recent months.
upset over terms of the truce,t
ignored orders by authorities to EQUIPMENT was damaged,'
return the 1,200 prisoners to glass broken and some mattres-'
their cells and to clean up five ses set afire at the outset of!
damaged cellblocks. the riot. It began about 9:302
p.m. Sunday when inmates oft
PRISON authorities said no five of the prison's seven three-
guards suffered injuries during story cellblocks refused to be
the disturbance but that some locked in for the night. The in-
prisoners had been injured. The mates had armed themselvesI
cause and extent of their injur- with homemade weapons, fash-
ies were not immediately ioned mainly from broom and
known. mop handles.
The peace terms that brought About 30 guards were on duty
an end to the 17-hour disturb- when the disturbance began. An
ance, which began Sunday night additional 450 corrections office
i when inmates used homemade ers were summoned for standby
weapons to seize control of the duty, and they were joined by
jail, were greeted angrily by about 100 policemen with gas"
guards, who declined to identify masks and bulletproof vests.
themselves in talking with re- Outside, police helicopters and'
porters. launches patrolled the prison
"They proved they can take island and 24 emergency cars
this place over whenever they and trucks with tear gas and
want it and you can bet they automatic weapons were posted
will," declared a guard. inside the prison gate.

China explains detente

By AP and Reuter terday in a commentary by the of the other superpower, they
TOKYO - China, indicating official Hsinhuo news agency, feverishly advertise that only
the line it will take when Pres- I which said Soviet leaders are when they possess superiority
ident Ford visits Peking next claiming smugly that the So- can detente be preserved,"
week, said yesterday that de- v.iet bloc's international position Hsinhua said.
tente in Kremlin terms means has strengthened while the U. Amid Chinese concern over
others should hand over to the S. position has weakened. thousands of Soviet troops ar-
Soviet social-imperialists what "When the Soviet Union was rayed along their border, Hsin-
they demand." outdone by the United States in hua said that to Moscow, de-
Ford will hold at least three military strength, they said tente means "that the Soviet so-
rounds of talks with Chinese that peace would be ensured sial '- imperialists are free to
leaders next week in Peking. only with equal security for both run amok all over the world
CHINPSE OFFICIALS lec- sides. Hence, the Soviet Union is with immunity: It means that
tured Secretary of State Henry 'justified' in expanding arma- the West should willingly pro-
Kissinger on what they see as ments, added the commentary. vide them with money, technol-
the dangers of detente with "AND NOW when their mili- ogy and grain to augment their
Moscow when he visited Peking tary strength is close to, or has capability in their quest for
recently to prepare for Ford's exceeded in some aspects, that world domination."
trip.
The theme was hit hard yes-
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Friday and
Saturday

AP Photo
' A HOUSE burns brightly yesterday during the extensive brush fires that hampered the Los
Angeles areaa.

Fires hit L.A.

area

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LOS ANGELES (P) - Uncon-'
trolled brush fires raged over
the city's rural northern hill-
sides yesterday, driving hun-
dreds from their homes and
casting a choking, sooty cloud
of smoke over the entire met-
ropolitan area.C
Officials said at least 40
structures, including expensive
homes, suffered damage or
went up in flames but fire fight-
ers said the 'actual scope of the
damage and danger was beyond
ready assessment.
THERE WERE NO reports of
deaths but a half a dozen fire-
men were reported injured.
They suffered from minor
burns and smoke inhalation.
Officials said the 32,000-acre

holocaust posed an exceptional I
danger. They said high winds
gusting up to 70 miles per hour,
temperatures in the 80s and low
humidity with similar predic-
tions in sight for the rest ofI
the week were hampering the
battle against the fires.
"We have no estimate of
when we will gain control," a
fire information officer said, in-
dicating that more than 1,0001
men and scores of trucks, heli-1
conters and planes were fighting
the rampaging flames. Addition-
al fire fighters were being
brought in from as far away asI
Idaho and other Western states.
THE WORST fire area involv-
ed a wall of flames stretching
15 miles along the foothills at

the base of the towering
Gabriel Mountains from
Glendale-La Crescenta
northwest to Sylmar. '

San
the
area

Meanwhile, two other less ser-
ious fires blazed on Mt. Baldy
and in the Santa Susana Pass
area on both sides of the ma-
jor fire.
The fires began Sunday at a
flareupofa mere 12-acre brush
blaze farther north in the An-
geles National Forest.
THE FIRES were so exten-
sive by yesterday that even 15I
miles away in downtown Los
Angeles the sun at midday look-
ed like a red fireball through a
veil of smoke that cloaked and
choked the city worse than any
smog. Soot from the firecloud-
which rose .as high at 9,000 feet
- swirled into the eyes of per-
sons on downtown streets. Day-
light commuters were forced to
use their headlights.j

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State Discount

IN THE TENTATIVE pact,
the inmates won amnesty from
criminal charges or prison dis-E
ciplinary action, a special panel
on inmate grievances, an at-
tempt to ease overcrowding,!
more relaxed visiting condi-
tions, and a periodic inspectionj
by news media of the carrying
out of the agreement.
City Correction Commissioner
Benjamin Malcolm defended the
pact, declaring: "I will be one
of the happiest men in the
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Tuesday, November 25
Day Calendar1
WUOM: "George Wallace's. Ala-
bama," documentary produced by
NPR's David Molpus, 10 am.
CEW: Christine Allen, tThe Effect
of Transcendental Meditation and
EMB Biofeedback on Relaxation and:
Stuttering," 328 Thompson St.,'
noon.
3rd World Women's Subcommit-
tee : Regents' Conf. Rm., Admin.
Bldg., noon-i1:30 pm.
Pendleton Arts Info Ctr.: Open,
Hearth, "Godspell," preview, 2nd$
fir., Union, noon.
ISR: Geoffrey Vickers, "Organiz-
ational Malfunction in a Complex
World," Founders' Rm., 5th fir.,
ISR, 2-5 pm.
Biophysics: C. M. Venkatachalam,
"Theoretical Aspects of Protein
Folding," 205 P&A Bldg.'
Condensed Matter: C. L. Zipfel,
Bell Labs: "Electrons on the Sur- {
face of Liquid Helium," 2038 Ran-
dall Lab, 4 pm.
CREES: Soviet Film Festival, 200
Lane Hal, 4 pm-midnight.
Computing Ctr.: Edward J. Frone-
zak, "2nd part Short Course, The
Use of Touch-Tone Telephone as
an MTS Terminal," Seminar Rmn.,
1st fir., 7:30 pm.
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spkr.; The Pelvic Exam, S. Lee. Hall,
Med. Sci. IL 8 pm.
Music School: Chamber Orches-
tra, Hill Aud., 8 pm; degree recital,
Recital Hall, 8 pm.
General Notices
CEW announces 15 winter term
undergrad evening classes at UM;
all provide full U credit & require
admission; contcat CEW for more
info - open weekdays 8:30 am-5
pm, 328 Thompson, 763-1353.
Alumnae Council' Scholarship
appls. available now thru Dec. 20 at
Union.. range $400-$ 1,000; 30 awards
given annually; applicants notified
Mar. 31.
The Housing Office has sched-
uled campus-wide informational
sessions for prospective staff appli-
cants beginning Dec. 1-4 in the in-
dividuals halls. Mon., Dec. 1 Baits
(7 pm, Thieme Lounge), Bursiey,
(7 p.m., Resident Advisors & 8:30!
pm, Resident Directors; both in W.
Dining Rm.). Check DOB for meet-
ings to be held Dec. 2, 3 & 4.

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The school district of Glen- -- --- -
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closed so school buildings could
serve as evacuation and control
centers. Over 12,000 pupils-were p
kept out of school. )JUviorYear in GERMANY
Mt. Rainier National Park in;
Washington cantains 241,992 at FRIBi UR G
acres and contains the greatest L L J I~.
single-peak glacial system in
the United States, radiating
from the summit of an ancient FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING
volcano.;FIS IN O M TO A ME IG
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TowersModern Language Building
Lecture Room No. 2
(FIRST FLOOR)
.(All undergraduates interested in attending the University of
"q(Freiburg should attend this meeting.
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