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Page Two


Thursday, January 8,;1976


(Continued from Page 1)
ter consultation with the United
States and fellow members of
the European Community. It
said Britain has been urging the
main intervening powers-Rus-
sia Cuba and South Africa-to
stop meddling in the affairs of
MEANWHILE, S o v i e t and
Yugoslavian reporters claimed
new victories for the Soviet-
backed factions fighting in An-
gola. The Soviet government
newspaper Izvestia said in Mos-
cow that the northern town of
Negage and its air base and two
jrher towns had been taken.
One of the Soviet ships near

ships u
Angola is a guided missile de
stroyer which has been watched
by U.S. intelligence sources as
it has moved down the west
coast of Africa in recent days.
The other is an amphibious
tank-landing ship which the
Russians have stationed some
300 miles off the northern An-
golan coast for some time.
IN BRIEFING reporters, Nes-
sen repeated previous White
House statements that no Amer-
icans have been recruited, hired
or paid for by the U.S. govern-
ment for any operation in An-i
Asked if a foreign government
like Zaire might be using U.S.

tear Angola
aid money to hire American sol- of the world and what he's do-
diers of fortune, Nessen replied: ing. So I can't say there aren't
"The United States is giving American soldiers of fortune."
small amounts of assistance to Nessen also denied a report
countries who feel as we do by Sen. John Tunney (D-Calif.)
about Angola. I can't say how on Tuesday that American pilots
every last penny is spent." and planes are flying arms to
Asked if American soldiers of forces opposing a Soviet-backed
fortune acting on their own faction in Angola.
might be providing some sort "There are no American pi-
of support to Angolan factions, lots flying support missions in
Nessen replied: Angola and no American ground
"To our knowledge there are crews servicing planes support-
no Americans involved in sup- ing Angolans," Nessen said.
port operations for anyone or
any organization in Angola." The first recipient of two full
However, he acknowledged, Nobel prizes was Dr. Linus Carl
"It is impossible to keep track Pauling of the California Insti-
of every American in that part tute of Technology.

Students voice dissatisfaction


over new dorm lottery plan
(Continued from Page 1) consider exceptions that we feel Committee member Loretta "All the lottery does in get the
:ampus housing and chairman have merit. But there is no way Anderson, Bursley building di- Housing office out of a bind."
Af the committee that develop- we can accommodate all stu- rector, said these students Storto would prefer to see a
ad the plan said "It's unfor- dents." "have no programmatic link- blanket lottery, making no ex-
unate that we have to have the One exception in which the ages to the dorm," which means ceptions save for incoming
ottery. I won't go so far as to committee apparently saw no that because they have no freshpersons and handicapped
ay that we have an obligation merit gives Bursley's Music classes in Bursley, they should students.
o provide housing for every School freshpersons and upper- not be an exception. "They are going to be hurt-
tudent, but we do not have class Architecture and Urban "If you carried this idea to ing a lot of people who might1
mough student housing." Planning students priority next its extreme,". said Anderson, have personal reasons for stay-
year for Bursley and Baits re- who had few other differences ing in the dorms just as valid
a4 recommendations to the spectively. with the plan, "it would mean as the official exceptions," he
that engineering students should said.
Housing Office was for the de- THE PROVISION was added have priority at East Quad."id.
velopment "of a realistic plan by Housing Director John Feld-ha LEROY WILLIAMS, acting
vhich will result in the con- kamp last semester after the ANDERSON says that this building director at Stockwell
truction of additional student committee's final meeting. year's lottery will be more ef- Hall, echoed Storto's senti-
housing." Schoch said Feldkamp thinks ficiently run because students ments, saying, "When you start
Schoch called the lottery "a the North Campus schools have have had sufficient advance making exceptions, you leave
real constraint on many stu- a legitimate need for the hous- warning - something they did yourself wide open and you
dents who are unfortunately ing. Schoch thinks this might not get last year. have to consider every other
not ready to deal with off-cam- set a precedent the University One Bursley resident how- request for an exception that is1
>us life, who don't have the will be unable to uphold in the ever, who served on the plan- made."t
;kills to find their own housing future, particularly when the ning committee, Terri Hayles, Williams praised the eights
>r who are in financial diffi- new North campus site for the I said last night that while news per cent affirmative actionl
:ulty. We have tried to hu- College of Engineering is com- of the impending lottery had clause, but questioned some of1
nanize it in some ways, and to pleted. been spread widely by word of the other provisions, such as
mouth over the last few the one assuring sophomoreI
months, residents received no football players of dorm space.
H Y WALK FARTHER !officiao mmuncI;"""", anfr !Williams said he appreciated1
Y! Anderson. Irving Freeman, also the Athletic Department's con- I
L EVI'S BRAND a Bursley resident and a mem- cern for the players, but asked,
v aila BlA Daber of the University Housing "Can't these guys take care of
Avaiableat *Council also said that no ad- themselves?"
9 vance warning had been issued.t
Wilt1'S Yarsity Shop Another major revision in this "Football players shouldn't be'
FEATURING: year's lottery prohibits stu- any different from anybody
* Denim Bells * Ponatella * Work Shirts dents from canceling dorm else," said Hayles. Hayles add-
hDenimsKnit Slaks 0 F Shi leases once they have signed ed that while a lottery is pro-
SBoot JeansFlanne rs them. Last year, students had bably necessary given the cur-
SCorduroys * Pre-.Wash Slaks 0 Denim Jackets until June 1 to cancel, enabl- rent shortage of University
ild's Varsity Shoing many to find off-campus housing, "If the food here getsI
housing in the interim period, any worse, they won't have to
311 S. STATE STREET and leaving Housing officials worry about a lottery."
with a fourteen per cent can-I
cellation rate. T~FMUI;Nri
"NOWatho at ey aetosdVolume LXXXVI, No. 84
"NOW that they have tossed Thursday, January 8, 1976
in the stipulation about no can- is edited and managed by students
cellations, they won't be left at the University of Michigan. News|
holdng te shtty nd o theifhone 764-0562. Second class poslAe
holding the shitty end of the id at Ann Arbor, Michigan 4810
N on A rt M ajorsstick," said David Storto, a published d a i ly Tuesday through
resident director at Bursley. Sunday morning during the Univer-
N on-rt M jorresden d t Bsity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription
The School of Art has spaces avail- aces: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
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Kathrin, an ostrich hen at the Dortmund, West Germany zoo, ap
ped the scales at nearly 3 and a half pounds, nearly 40 times th

AP Photo
praises the giant egg she brought into the world. The egg tip-
e weight of an average chicken egg.





By AP and Reuter
BEIRUT - Palestine com-
mand units came under heavy'
counter - attack yesterday in
Christian sectors of Eastern
Beirut in the latest eruption of
Lebanon's civil war.
A spokesperson for right-
wing Falangist forces defending
densely populated Christian dis-
trict under fire from the Pales-
tinians said the commandos had
been driven out of the residen-
tial district of Horsh Thabet,
which the Palestinians seized
Tuesday night.
BUT A spokesperson for the
Palestine News agency, WAFA,
denied the claim and said the
commandos were still in Horsh
Thabet late last night.
Another Palestinian spokes-
person said the Lebanese army
-which leftwing groups in Leb-
anon say is based in favor of
the Christian - had poured
heavy artillery fire in Horsh
Thabet, killing and wounding an
unknown number of people.
Police sources said at least 15
people were killed in yester-
day's fighting - the highest
toll since a truce declared on
New Year's Eve.
TITTATTTrPxrc~ n~r id


leaders have suggested. * T stronghold.
Pierre Gemayel, leader of The fighting around Horsh
the right-wing Christian Fhalan- Thabet erupted after truck-
gist party, said in a telephone :loads of food destined for the
interview, "I know Abdul Ka- Palestinian camp were turned
lim Khaddam, and I think what f back by the Christians.
he said was just a figure ofTIA m
s mech "THE CHRISTIANS demanded
speech" ' r tthat the authorities clear - the
Khaddam's reported threats araotalsiinsadMs
and the heightened level of area of Palestinians and Mos-
Palestinian participation in- dien frme i homes and
creased the danger that the Le- places for oeturn.
banese civil war could spread placesof work to return.
inan ivtetia col spreadA Falangist spokesman said
into an international conflict. government representatives to
"The problem concerns the r the official mediatory body,.the
Arab world, and I even may Higher Coordination Committee,
sythe whole world, because r ihrCodnainCmite
s' met separately today with of-
this could lead to a third world ficials from the warring fac-
war," Gemayel said. tions to try to- defuse the con-
ISRAELI leaders have hinted flict.
at possible intervention if Sy- A group of about 20 foreign
rian forces take part in the Le- residents in Beirut, calling
banese fighting. Syria has not themselves the Ad Hoc commit-
entered the conflict militarily, Assad tee of British, American and
but Khaddam has arranged French Citizens in Lebanon,
te-norrv cease-fires twice. tions to open a supply route to telenhoned news organizations
The official Syrian radio an- the encircled refugee camp at to issue an appeal for food con-
noinced that President Hafez Tal AI-Zaatar, less than half a voys to be allowed through to
Assad's Damascus regime was I mile (one kilometer) from ThI Al-Zaater and the neighbor-
beginning yet another media- Horsh Thabet, which lies on the ing Moslem District of Jisr- Al-
tion effort. It made no mention'fringe of a large Christian Basha.
of Khaddam's reported annex-
ation tireat., "
Premier Rashid Karami's'
siy-'an c'binet called off a k o i l siiI'prise
c--hinet meeting because of the
deteriorating situation. His spe-
cial iease-fire committee broke
un in disagreement Tuesday s ie e ts rk

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IN THE eastern suburbs of (Continued from Page 1) ' S'inday night when the locks on
Beirut, Falangist forces on the' union and Trony go to Univer- their door were changed during
heights of Ashrafiyah hammer- I sity Mediation Service" (a dis- Christmas break in a move the
ed Palestinian positions with pute solving arm of the Univer-, AATU termed "illegal forcible
mortar and automatic fire after sity), but "we asked the court eviction."
heavy fighting in the area, a not tomtake recommendation I-Vvever, the eviction paper
Christian militia pumped a, from mediation."Hoerteviinpar
car ried a combination of the
stream of incendiary bullets "We're not exactly sure what's i tenants' first names, a mis-
across the Beirut River into lanpening with meidation,' said twkte which allowed them to re-
Palestinian positions in the Cooperman. "It can take a lot
Nabaa district beneath them. Iof different forms, some accept-'settle in the apartment on Tues-
A series of flashes marked able to the tenants union, someBown, on t
the fall of a salvo of 120 milli- rot." The possibility of the dis- tant sd the eicton pp-
meter mortar bombs in Jisr Al- pute going to mediation remains ,was sent by Ron Ferguson, pre-
vio'is co-owner of Trony and
Basha, a district stormed by uncertain. owne of the house.
the Palestinians early yester- 1 Cooperman believes the ten- "The eviction paper must be
day. r nts union can achieve its ob- snecific," said Brown. "When
AFTER a quiet evening, the j ectives w i t h o u t enduring a we saw the wrong name we
gunfire mounted in intensity lengthy court procedure. called Ferglson and said we're
shortly before midnight "I DON'T think Dewey Black really upset."
The Palestine commandos wants to commit suicide," he S
have said they are trying to said. ALTHOUGH he and his broth-
break through Falangist posi- Meanwhile, two strike sup- er were able to remain in the
Meanwresiding in a ho'ise on nartment, Brown claimed-they
porters es gnd.aemsbvsevontdhad to retrieve all their posses-
Sybil found themselves evicted frmaSniehueo
sons from a S .mrise house on
Pa--kard St. The tenants have
G vet to be reimbursed for the
SO Tor LONG i t-rek tev rented to return their
HAIRSTYLES TO PLEASE I behngings or for spoiled food.
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According to Brown, Sunrise
rerentlydrepaired his door which
v'-d its hinees facing out, a sit-
,ation which made for its easy
removal from outside the apart.

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