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TITO'S CONDITION CRITICAL
Yugoslavialeader dying

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The Michigan Daily-Friday, February 15, 1980-Page 9
Jean-Jacques Annaud's 1976
BLACK AND WHITE IN COLOR
A look at the sordidness of colonialism in Africa. This Accdemy award-
winning film portrays the mural bankruptcy of war and conquest by examin-
ing the mini-war that breaks out between French and German colonial
outposts at the onset of World War 1. Anecdotal and facetious, Annoud's
directing subtly moves to quiet ferocity, depicting the tragedy of oppressive-
ness without rubbing our faces in it. In French, color and in 35mm.
SHORT: Sally Cruikshank's MAKE MY PHYSIC
Sat: Bob Fosse's CABARET

BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI)-
*ugoslavia's 87-year-old President
osip Broz Tito lay dying yesterday and
his prime minister rushed home from a
visit to East Germany as the nation
prepared for an orderly transition of
power.
A government source said privately
that Tito had reached "the point of no
return" and that it was only a matter of
time-perhaps days-before the last of
the great World War II leaders passes
YESTERDAY'S official medical
bulletin said Tito's condition became
"critical" overnight and that despite a
brief improvement following intensive
treatment, it remained still "very
serious."
AS ANOTHER indication that Tito's
death could be expected in a matter of
days-or hours-the national news
agency Tanjug said Prime Minister
Veselin Djuranovic had cut short his
two-day official visit to East Berlin to
*y home and the Yugoslav delegation
to the Polish Communist Party meeting

had also cut short its stay in Warsaw
and returned.
Tito fell ill early last month and his
left leg was amputated Jan. 20 after,
bypass surgery failed to correct a
circulatory block.
THE OLD marshal-who enjoyed
robust health until last
month-appeared to be making a
remarkably rapid recovery until
kidney, digestive and heart problems
dramatically turned his health for the
worse over the weekend.
The men Tito designated as his
successors appeared to have the
country well in hand and prepared to
carry on without the only leader it has
known in 35 years.
As far back as 1971, Tito designated a
state "collective presidency" or
presidium to parallel the presidium in
the ruling Communist party.
The collective state presidium is
composed of one representative each
from Yugoslavia's six republics and
two provinces-as well as Tito himself.
Lazar Kolisevski currently holds the

post of vice-president of the state
presidium and, upon Tito's death, will
become head of state for the duration of
his one-year term expiring in May.

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Tito
... in serious condition

Regents to vote on housing

rate increase at

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onsolidation. The University Residen-
e Hall Council, composed of 26 student
representatives, told the Regents
yesterday that they found, in another
telephone survey, that 59 per cent of the
residents do not favor weekend con-
solidation.
In other action yesterday, the Regen-
ts heard pros and cons of the proposed
development of a high-rise building at
the corner of S. Forest and Washtenaw
Avenue.
JOHN STEGEMAN, a local
eveloper whose projects include Cam-
pus Inn and Maynard House, asked to
purchase a 16,659 sq. ft. plot of land
behind the University's parking struc-
ture on Church Street. The land would
be the site of a narking structure behind

Stegeman's propos
- a "mixed-use"
hotel, apartment,
space.
Stegeman offer
$200,004 for the pr
In addition, he off
$5,000 for a year-op
tendable for an a
proposal would me
years, Stegeman c
the development
University $10,000.
"That rates pret
me," commented F
CITY COUNC
Morris (D-Second
Snyder, from the
Neighborhood Org

meeting today
ed 32-story building Regents not to sell the property to
facility divided into Stegeman.
and condominium Morris said the area was "essentially
a residential community" and. was
ed the University already "severely congested." She
operty in December. reminded the Regents that the
ered the University Michigan Student Assembly spoke
tion to purchase, ex- strongly against the project last year.
dditional year. This "The University and administration
an that if, after two should get together and negotiate what
ould not proceed with should be the proper land use of lands
he,, would pay the surrounding the University," she said.

tty good business to
loach.
ILWOMAN Leslie
Ward) and Robert
e South University
anization, urged the

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(764-7521) APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 22'

.JHN CARPENTER'S "THE FOG" A DEBRA HILL PRODUCTION
Staring ADRIENNE BARBEAU, JAMIE LEE CURTIS, JOHN HOUSEMAN
and JANET LEIGH as KathyWilliams

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of Haeloween'
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and staningHAL HOLBROOK as Father Malone
Produced by DEBRA HILL Written by JOHN CARPENTER and DEBRA HILL Directed by JOHN CARPENTER
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