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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 14, 1976

Page Tori THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, January 14, 1976

S ...
Sororities ...
An Old Tradition,
A New Way of Life.
Register for Sororities Rush: Call 663-
4505, or go to the Fishbowl, Noon-4,
Jan. 12-14.
ATTEND MASS MEETING:
3rd Floor League!

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8-11 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 15
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FREE!

Beirut forces continue 'famine Cheating penalties

war' against Christian cities

JAN. 14

7:30 p.m.

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Ann Arbor Recreation Department

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THE CULTURAL ARTS PROGR~AM OF
MENT IS NOW OFFERING CLASSES
CLASSES BEGINS JANUAY 5-23 AT
SEVENTH ST. IN RM. 201.

THE ANN ARBOR RECREATION DEPART-
FOR WINTER TERM. REGISTRATION OF
THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT/2250 S.

(Continued from Page 1) The Moslem side announced it
the "famine war" as soon as the had blockaded a number of
Christians lifted theirs on three Christian villages in the Koura
Palestinian camps in Christian- district, near the port of Tripoli
controlled territory around Bei- in northern Lebanon.
rut. The Moslems also said the1
But the right-wing Phalange Lebanese army shelled Molcm1
party, which fields the largest and Palestinian forces surroimd-
Christian private army in the ing Damour, a Christian to vn 12
civil war, declared the blockade miles south of Beirut, to break
against the three camps would _ ---
be lifted only when they are
c omple tely disarmed and Very Interesti
brought under army control.
THE MOSLEMS are fighting Some scientists thinx man be-
fo political and economic re- gan to speak about 34,000 years
forms in Christian-dominated ago.
Lebanon, but the Christians in--
┬žist reforms can only come after In 18 A.D., anthrax killed
te Palestinians are reigned in. thousands in .Rome.
Univ. of Mich. Toe Kwon Do Club presents j
TODAY " OPEN to the PUBLIC
1 1
DEMONSTRATION AND
INTRODUCTORY MEETING
BARBOUR GYM-7:00 P.M..
MASTER INSTRUCTOR: HWA CHONG, M.A.,
7TH DEGREE BLACK BELT
Info.: Call Pat Harringan, 769-0983, 662-6177

a blockade.
TOUGH mountain warriors of
the Moslem Druze sect w' o live
in the mountains southeast of
Beirut also blockaded a number
of Christian villages in their
area.
The b e s i e g e d Palestinian
camps are Tal Zaatar, Jier el-
Basha and Dhaieh.
ng News Facts
Trinidad, Cal!T.,- just north of
Eureka, was the second town
in the state to be incorporated.
Eggs of the gar fish are poi-
sonous and should never be eat-
en.

Spiders are not insects,
are related to insects.

surprise students
(Continued from Page 1) When asked what kind of pen-
discernible "pattern" in all the alty he would expect for cheat-
rulings "suggesting that the lg oi an examination, one jun-
sanctions were rather' weak." =,r said, "I'm not sure. I heard
Associate Dean of LSA Char- they expell you for stuff like
les Morris said he wasn't sur- that."
prised over the negative reac-
tion at Monday's faculty meet- 9NE LSA sophomore said
ing, but questioned whether Ih t she would not expect to be
those at the meeting represented given credit for the class if
a true cross-section of the caught cheating.
faculty. According to survey results,
approximately half of the stu-
ACTING LSA Dean Billy Frye dents polled admitted to having
has announced plans to set up committed some form of exam
a committee to determine fac- ,heating, plagiarism, or fabri-
ulty sentiment on the issue. cation.
According to the undergradu- Two-thirds of the students
ates polled, the fear of -severe 'olled were aware that the aca-
penalty is a crucial factor in demic judiciary existed.
deciding whether or not to
cheat, even though most were MORRIS acknow'ledged that
unclear of the exact policy on he has "some real reservations
cheating. about the process" 'that the
- committee goes through n mak-
-. --- ?ng its decisions. The legal pro-
!__! cess might_ not be working as
effectively as itbcould be, he
OM JA VA said.
tMJ VMathematics Prof.h o n a lmd
Jones, chairman of the commit-
....C n ert tee, admitted that some of the
criticisms voiced at the faculty
meeting were "justifiable and
constructive," but refused to
?7 -:O m .elaborate.
St. Francis Xavier introduced
litorium Christianity to the Japanese,
1549-1ss2.
ON FREE Bufo marinus, an insect-eat
ing frog, was introduced to
the Center for Hawaii in 1932.
ast Asian Studies The longest river in Europe
_ __ is the Volga, 2,293 miles in
- ---- - ---- length.

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