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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 11, 1976

Poqe Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY
JANUARY 12
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and
MIXED BAG
Wednesday, January 21st
Michigan Union Ballroom
FIRST SHOW: 8:00 P.M.
SECOND SHOW: 10:30 P.M.
DOORS OPEN AT 7:30 P.M.
Tickets $4.00
at
Michigan Union Box Office
The Blind Pig
and both Discount Record stores

The University of Arizona
football team won seven of nine
games in 1974, best record in
the school's history.
In two years of coaching foot-
ball at the University of Ari-
zona, Jim Young has a 17 and 5
record.
Hove a flair for
artistic writinci?
If you are 'interest-
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Lebanese civil war worsens;
100 killed in 2 days in Beirut

Safety
device
f ro n

R~y Renter and UPI
BEIRUfT - Full - scale
fighting engulfed the lux-
ury hotel area of Beirut
yesterday for the third
time in as many months,
with left and rightwing
militia blazing away at
each other at point-blank
range.
Militia defending sand-
bagged gun positions were
close enough to scream in-;
sults at each other in be-
tween duels with automatic
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weapons.
THE FIERCE fighting in that
sector of the capital cityI
brought the U. S. Embassy un-
der round-the-clock sniper fire.

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Christian leaders complained
of the "disintegration of auth-
ority" in the country and ap-
pealed for army intervention to
"preserve the remainder of
Lebanon.''I
Police sources reported 100
persons killed and 200 wounded
in two days of the bloodiest
fighting in Lebanon s civil war,f
raising the casualty toll toE
about 8,350 dead and 17,800.

i wounded since last April. about 100 Nasserite militia of . fft(UN 1t 1'
the Mourabitoun slipped into
THE SEAFRONT area shud- the hotel through a secret en-
dered to the thud of mortar-b
bombs and rocket-propelled gre- sur etaking the garrison yCOs o
nades as the rival forces open- Fighting started about 4 a.m c
three a ysnewf battlferociousnt afightinger yesterday and two hours later CHICAGO (A)-The "fail-safe"
intBirut's easternistrictg a mortar barrage swept the device on a rapid transit train
in Beirut's eastern districts. area. Soon after dawn a vicious was not working properly and
But Beirutis have become so gun battle was raging. had been turned off when it
accustomed to the noise of bat- slammed into the rear of an-.
tle that only 100 yards behind A LEFTWINGER, crouched other train, say Chicago Transit
the new front line housewives (in the shelter of a sandbagged Aithority officials.
were hanging out their wash- barricade, fired a rocket-pro- A 61-year-old man, one of
ing and gossiping over cups of pelled grenade' at a security more than 400 persons injured
coffee. forces armored vehicle outside in the collision, died yesterday.
Witnesses said the U S. Em- the Holiday Inn, then dived for The dead man, Kenneth Biere
bassy located on the coast west cover as a storm of bullets of Chicago, was one of the 61
of the hotel district was coming from the hotel raked his post. persons hospitalized after the
t... . 1 ,,,.,..i fir At least one armored per- rish-hour collision Friday morn-

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under constan sniper ire
making access to the building
extremely hazardous."
"S OMEBODY uptherel
is watching us and as soon as,

sonnel carrier of the security
forces was knocked out in the
engagement. The leftwingers
said they had knocked out two
of them.

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the entrance door opens, he op-
ens fire," an embassy visitort
said. Snipers also terrorizeds
other parts of uptown Beirut,
as, one hospital reported treat-r
ing 30 people wounded in the
area.
Both sides claimed they weref
on the defensive. Last night,t
both anticipated the enemy
would attack, although neither
admitted that it had any offen-
sive plans.s
At nightfall Friday the big ho-
tels in the area - St. Georges,
Phoenicia, and Holiday Inn, all
wrecked in the fighting of Oc-l
tober and December - weres
occupied by peacekeeping se-t
curity forces.
S 0 M E T I M E during thet
night, Christian Phalangist mi-l
litia infiltrated into the Holiday1
Inn and leftwing M6slem mi-
litia moved into the Phoenicia.
The Gendarmerie Lieutenant1
in charge of the Phoenicia De-i
partment told reporters thatt
DAILY OFFICI
Sunday, January 11
Day CalendarI
WUOM: The States of the Union
--features Michigan, 1 pm.
Musical Society: Detroit Sym-i
phony, Hili Aud., 2:30 pm.D1
Music School: Grand Duos ofI
Three Centuries, Part I, Recital
Hall, 4:30 pm; DMA clarinet recital,
Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Monday, January 12"
Law School Classes begin.
WUOM: "Uppity Arts," Connie
Goldman, NPR, talks with artists,
art critics, museum directors, peo-
pie in museums, 10 am.
Ctr. Near Eastern, N. African
Studies: Joseph Shamie, "Relig-

the

By mid-morning the tempo of
the fighting had slackened con-.
siderably.
At 2:20 p.m. there was a tre-
mendous explosion as the Holi-
day Inn was -hit by a rocket
which security sources said was
fired from just beside the Murr
tower.
DESPITE the intensity of
some the clashes, neither
side admitted to any casual-
ties.

ing.
THE CRASH occured when a
six-car electric train stopped at
a station on the city's North-
west Side. A second commuter
train, with four cars, plowed
into its rear end.
Officials of the CTA, which
rons the city's transit lines,
acknowledged that the motor-
man of the second train, Mc-
Kiirly Ross, 35, had been allow-
ed to turn off 'the "fail-safe"
device installed to prevent such
crashes.
The device was out of order
and Ross had been told by his
s'nervisor to turn it off and
onerate the train manually, the

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Moslem and Christian leaders CTA said.
issued conflicting statements OE ATTN1G without the'safe-
last night about the role the ty device, Ross said he was
security forces should adopt in .tmnorarily blinded by the glare
the crisis. of So and snow.
After a meeting attended by Ross said his train was within
Palestine Liberation Organiza- IO feet of the Addison Street
tion Leader Yasser Arafat, station before he saw the other
Moslem religions and political train sitting in the statiol, ac-
leaders said the army should cording to Hubert Jewell Jr., a
not intervene. safety investigator for the Na-
But the Phalangist political tional Transortation S a f e t y
bureau said the army should 'bard. a federal agency investi-
move in to "save what remains gating the crash.
of Lebanon." Jewell said the train standing
in the station was delayed three
.:.::%2<uEfi i* .t:^" inntes because of a power
AL BULLETIN f>>l're in the rear car.
SOSS SAID he was traveling
vus Differences in Fertility: Leh b hot 30 to 35 miles per hour
anon," Commons Rm., Lane Hail t 5when sawthe train in the
noon. station and hit his emergency
Oral Biology/DRI: Irwin Gold- { hnkĀ°.s. It wis too late.
stein, "Cell-Binding Proteins (Lec- The impact of the collision
tins from Plant Seeds)" 1033 Kel- !maged every car of both
Iog, 4 pm. ,rae vr a fbt
Music School: Maria Meirelles, tT) and telescoped the lead
DMA pianist, Recital Hall, 8 pm. par of the moving train into the
Men's Basketball: UM vs. OSU, rapr car of the train in the sta-
Crisler Arena, 8:05 pm. t o. There were a total of about
General Notices flu
AAUP Meeting: Panel discussion 600 nnssengers on the two trains.
"Can Our Grievance Procedures Be "I flew ont of my seat and
Improved?" with Frank Kennedy, zliri alvia the floor and smashed
Edward Bordin, & Robert weeks, ;"tn a raii'g." said Anne Dern,
noon, Jan. 15; lunch reservations a iassenger. "People around
needed: phone 3-2305 by noon Jan.
13. me smrashed their lips and faces
career Planning & Placement on the guardrails . . . I could
3200 SAB, 764-7456 see teeth on the floor."
If you want a job or plan to at- Roswsssene edn
tend graduate/professional school Ross was suspended pending
make an appointment to visit with the investigation of the collision.
reps on campus. Interviewing at The CTA' said he was tested im-
CP&P: Jan. 20; Orbach's Inc., Jan. mediately for traces of alcohol
21; Prudential Life, Jan. 22; So. drugs in his system and that
Methodist Univ/Law, Cargill, & U ordy
of Toledo/Law. i the reports were negative.
BEIT MIDRASH
at HILLEL
A Program of Jewish Studies
HEBREW FOR BEGINNERS-Emphasis on
conversation
INTERMEDIATE HEBREW-Continuation of
Hebrew for Beginners
HEBREW SPEAKING CLUB-Practice what
you know
MODERN HEBREW LITERATURE IN
TRANSLATION-Best known short stories
BASIC JUDAISM-An introduction to Jewish
Religion and life
JUDAISM-An examination of the Jewish
Religion
INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL LITERATURE-
How to read the Tanach
THE ARCHITECTURE OF JEWISH PRAYER-
The structure and content of Jewish Liturgy
ARABS, ISRAELIS, AND PALESTINIANS-A
study of source material
ZIONISM: Ideology and Movement-A study
of the dream and it's development
JEWISH HERETICS-An examination of the
lives and thinking of prominent Jewish
heretics
CURRENT FICTION BY AMERICAN JEWS-
Discussion of recent works by
Doctrow, Paley, Roth and Richler
POETRY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE FROM THE
BIBLE TO TODAY-A representative
sampling
MODERN JEWISH THOUGHT-A close reading
of several recent Jewish Theologians
JEWISH RESPONSE TO THE PROBLEM OF
EVIL-Why do the good suffer or the
wicked prosper?

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