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i Ht MK NIUAN UAILY

Tuesday, February 10, 1976

Fleming dines at South Quad Guatemala death

By JODI DIMICK the students-humanize him a table, exclaimed, "His daughter
little bit, especially with this went to my university in Leb t l
University President Robben food"anon!
Fleming joined South Quaddies Fleming, however, didn't seem
for dinner last night, to capture to mind the minute steak en- Throughout dinner students
the rapture of the dormitory tree, served with boied potatoes approached Fleming to shake
fare and enjoy the company of and salad which he heaped on hands, introduce themselves and,
his student constituency. his cafeteria tray, and gobbled exchange greetings. Fleming
Fleming, who dined at a re- up, dormitory style. cordially questioned them about
served table in the center of Eight South Quad residents their homes and families.
the cafeteria, was greeted by joined Fleming at his table, to TGUATE
the tinkling of glasses and a hear him tell, among other The meal, which was basical- shattered c
room full of stares when he en- things, tales of his daughter, ly casual and relaxed, was in- night as ra
getrmtnl punctuated by stu-
tered. which drew laughter from his dent queries on various Unive strong trem
"I INVITED him about two dinner audience. sity policies. The 180
weeks ago," said South Quad;l began last
junior Rick David. "I wanted SOPHOMORE S a d e e r Han- "THE UNIVERSITY, in that I many whos
to give him a chance to meet nush, who j o i n e d Fleming's it is receiving so much money the streets
from students, has a responsi- homes of th
WHY WALK FARTHER ! bility to watch out for student
i iahtO.u -,aid O chJmore Michael TIH EL.

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over 17,000,

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,000 homeless
By AP and Reuter
MALA CITY - Thousands of homeless in this quake-
apital spent their fifth night out in the open Sunday
in drenched their makeshift shelters and moderately
nors shook the city.
0,000 left homelss by the rash of earthquakes that
Wednesday bore the brunt of the cold and wet. But
e homes had not been damaged fled once more into
-and looters crept out to plunder both the abandoned
he rich and the refugee camps in the slums.
MERGENCY committee heading the relief effort yes-
the death toll in the disaster at 17,032. Officials believe
ld go even higher as rescue teams penetrate the last

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Radoiu, who questioned Flem-
ing about plans to construct
more living facilities.
On a lighter note, freshwoman
Stephanie Simek said, "I think
it's really admirable that Presi-
dent Fleming takes the time and
effort to come to the different
dormitories and talk to the stu-
dents. It compensates for the
impersonal feeling many stu-
dents have about the Univer-
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backward Indian hamlets in the
capital.
Some foreign relief workers
fear the figure could reach 50,-
000.
Medical teams said they be-
lieved most of the 30,000 to 40,-
000 injured have now received
at least some emergency treat-
ment.
THEIR BIG fear is that epi-
demics might carry off some of-
the estimated 500,000 homeless
and hungry living rough among
the rubble of shattered homes
and buildings.
Police said that in Guatemala
City five looters were shot dead
on the spot in the past 24 hours.
The Red Cross issued an offic-
ial warning saying thieves pos-
ing as medical staff were tour-
ing makeshift encampmens to
rob the refugees.
Rain and chilly weather add-j
ed to the miseries of surv %ors
of last Wednesday's massiveI
earthquakes and the mare thanI
500 aftershocks and tremors:
that followed. Officials wrried
about outbreaks of respira-ory
as well as intestinal disoi ders.

devastated region north of the
P s
ponder
a 'er
By MAUREEN NOLAN
The loss of term papers after
being graded has become a ma-
jor problem for University pro-
fessors, according to Harold
Jackson, chairman of the Sen-
ate Advisory Committee on Uni-
versity Affairs (SACUA) .
He said that the problem is
"apparently a serious one" and
is especially acute in particu-
lar departments but he declined
to say which ones.

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SOME BUSINESS antivity re- AT YESTERDAY'S meeting
turned to the Guatemalan capi- the committee discussed possi-
tal, but workers refused to en- ble solution to this dilemma
ter the taller buildings for fear and to the problem of student
of new earthquakes and contin- etgepemyof s m.
wigaftershocks. Two more 1 cheating, especially plagiarism.
ming aftershocks.r Twked re They did not resolve either is-
mild aftershocks rocked the ty sue but referred them to the
yesterday but apparently caus- Academic Committee.
ed no new damage.
Some banks were open, new- The necessity of more faculty
papers published, buses were involvement in the decision
running, and bakeries and sup- making of intercollegiate ath-
ermarkets reopened. Mexican letics was also discussed.
relief workers were distributing '
94,000 meals three times a day i One particular area where

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in the capital.
More than 200,000 homeless
were sleeping in the open or
under makeshift tents when rain
fell on Guatemala City and the
temperature before dawn dip-
ped into the 50s - cold for this

SACUA felt that more control
was needed was that of wo-
men's sport. They were particu-
larly concerned about how
surplus money should be used
and about recruiting practices.

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tropical country. "THERE ARE very sensitive
questions about recruitings,"
THE DEATH toll bega 1 jump- said math Prof. Wilfred Kap-
ing repeatedly late Sunday as lan. "Look at the MSU (Michi-
the relief committee got in- gan State University) story," he
formation from areas cut off un- said, referring to that univer-
til the first supply helicopters sity's recent recruiting viola-
reached them. tions.

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