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.Wednesday, July 24, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Greek regi meoclapses

(Contnvoed fromtPagel1)
aod warned that unless "hatted,
their advance "could lead to a
general conflagration.'
A fmeeting of the Socority
C'oancil was catted at the turgitng
of the Greek amhassador, C'on-
stantine Panaotacos.
U.N. Secretary - Generat Kturt
Watdheim said he was "deepty
concerned ahout Violations of
the cease-fire' in Cyprus. He
said U.N. peacekeeping forces
on the island are in communi-
cation with G r e e k Cypriot
forces, hut the Torkish invasion
force had not made contact with
he U.N. troops.
IN LONDON, former King
Constantine, who was exiled
from Greece in 1967, met with
British leaders. There was no
indication swhether he planned
to return to his hotmeland.
fGlnfced Clerides, speaker of
he Cypriot House of Repre,,tot-
alives during Makarios' old re-
gime, was named to take over
the Cypriot presidency. Utnder
Cyprtts' constitution, Clertdes
was the next ini tine tar the
presidency.
Makarios told a sews confer-
ence in New York that he ex-
pected to regain "in the next
few- weeks" the potst hie lost in
a Greek officer-led coup July
15. The archhishop said he was
firmly convinced that ('erides
woo not acting in his hehalf.

MAKARIOS added that he
was gratified that Nikos Samp)-
son had quit as president of the
('ypriot rebel governmetl and
thtat Greece would gel a"nw
civilian reg;ime.
In annotuncing his resiglnation,
Sim:pson said in a Cyprus raditt
hroadcast that Clerides savzs
helter equipped, becauise of his
experience, to lead the naition.
Al the Western White hlouse
in California, Press Secreta.ry
Ronald Ziegler said President
Nixon was keeping in touch
with developments through Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissinger.
He said it wotild he inappro-
priate for the White Hotise to
comment on the governtment
changes.
On the Mediterranean island
itself, there were new tout-
breaks of fighting, accorditngt
the United Nations and the
British Defense Ministry. Hut
the action, which at first was
descrihed as serious, later was
reported to he sporadic inci-
dents that did nut seem to en-
danger the cease-fire that wentt
into effect on Monday.
U.N. headqtiarters in New
York said Greek Cypriot no-
tional guard troops advanced on
a U.N. force camp in Nicosia,
the capital, and the interna-
tional force was given orders to
resist them. However, a U.N.
spokesperson said later that the

U.N. unit, nade tip) of Crotoi
dians, "was not attacked ir in-
vaded."
"Afew sporadic shofts were
fired but there wais so fulr,,sr
difficulty in that regard," tlie
spokesman added.
U.N. troops took c:ontrol of
the Nicosia airtport hecause of
fighting usl that area.
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Each sentinar will he seveis
days highlighted by a "Day
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Marr will he featutred in a golf
clinic and play a round with
participansts.

FORMER GREEK Premier Constantin Caramanlis talks with
newesnmen before leaving Paris for Athens yesterday, He has
been invited to head the ne government there,
A little drink may aid

in learning
Csntinuedrsi CPagei)
cteattve flash" since i was
an experimentally manipulative
way of studying his broader in-
terest, empathy.
IHis studies, which he has per-
ftirmed on many lan gu ag e
teachers, University stuadents,
and some 4110 students of the
D~efense Languiage Institute if
the United States Defense De-
partment, are of a large scope
so Gtittra says he is confident
oif his results.
lHe is currently studying the

languages
effect of gender tin the age at
which a child first realizes his
or her sex.
Guiora pluns to study children
hroutght tip in cultures where
there is much gender distinc-
tion3 in the language and where
there is little or none at a11.
lHe hon3es to find that in tan-
gttages where atn infant is con-
stutntly retminded of his sex
merely hy gramatical correc-
titons in his kingttage becomes
ateare faster than a child where
the 'eminder is necessarily less
frequent.

THE SUMMER REPERTORY THEATRE presents
georg buchiner's social drama
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This Weekend: Thu r.-Fri.-Sat.-Sun.
J U LY 25-26-27-28
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donation 8:00. pm.
Call 763-1 172 doily for
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Piano -Parfait
An all-French program will bs.perfttrmied by MICHEL ItIKO' R', 24-year-otld
IDrenchi pianist, in the final concert of our "Sumner. Pare" sent's, A standing ovation
and rove reviews followed his 1972 New York debut and lie has wio numiaerous awards,
incluiding First Prize in thte Ohsviere Messiarn Piano (Competitin. IFor his Ann Arbor
debut, Mr, Beroff will play:
l)FBUSSY: Preludes, Bototk I (complete), an
"(Children's (orner" Suite
KAVER,: Sotnatine
MISSIAI:N: Iwo Preltudes; L'Alotuette I tilt froma
Catalogue diseaus Nos. 5 and 1llfromn
Vingts regards Stir Lenfant-,Jesus
Recital next Moniday evening, July 29, at 8:311, in air-ctoditiotnedl Rackbaia
Auditoriunm. I:ikets available it $2.50,14, indl$5.
rJfMUSIGAL%OcIETY
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