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The Michigan Daily--Thursday, September 24, 1981-Page 5

Olympic head:
Keep politics
out of games

BADEN-BADEN, West Germany (UPI)- Juan Antonio
Samaranch, President of the International Olympic Commit-
tee, opened the 11th Olympic Congress yesterday with a war-
ning that the Olympic movement would die unless sports
organizations remained independent of government inter-
ference.
Samaranch told delegates that contacts with many inter-
national, governmental and other organizations had in-
creased considerably. The IOC, international federations and
national olympic committees were now regularly invited by
UNESeO to its meetings, as well as to those of sports
ministers.

"I am particularly pleased to see that at each of our
meetings, these organizations officially acknowledge our
complete and necessary independence," he said.
ACKNOWLEDGING that in the majority of cases athletes,
clubs, federations and NOCs had to reckon with their gover-
nments in order to live, the IOC President said it was
therefore vital they should maintain the best relations with
them.
"But at the same time," he warned, "it is no less vital that
each government should respect the independence and the
most complete autonomy of the national sports
organizations. We are completely in favor of a free and fair

cooperation, but without any subordination. This could, in
fact, spell the end of the Olympic movement."
The Olympic movement had come through a difficult
period, he said in an apparent reference to the U.S.-led
boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics.
"The Olympic movement, during the last few years, has
survived storms and tempests which would have capsized
any other ship," Samaranch said. "It has, however, come out
stronger from its latest and undoubtedly most dangerous test
to which it has ever been put. But the hostile forces and the
different interests that have tried without success to damage
it or to seize the helm are still there."

Russia

gives
Cuba
record
arms aid
WASHINGTON (UPI)- The Soviet
Union has supplied Cuba with more
military equipment during the first
nine months of 1981 than it has in any
single year since the Cuban missile
crisis in 1962, official sources said
yesterday.
Deliveries of war materiel since 1975
have been designed to "upgrade and
expand Cuba's armed forces" to a point
beyond the legitimate defensive needs
of the Caribbean island nation, said the
sources, who requested anonymity.
:THE PURPOSE for the buildup in
Cuba, which has caused alarm in
,Washington, is not clearcut and is
thought by the sources to be either for
stockpiling for Cuban forces or for
shipment to revolutionary governments
-elsewhere in Latin America or both.
The United States has charged Cuba
with supplying leftist guerrillas in El
Salvador.
The Soviets shipped about 50,000 tons
of military equipment to Cuba since
the beginning oif the year, about
equaling the amount sent to the country
during all of 1962-the year Moscow
bowed to U.S. demands to keep missiles
off Cuban soil, the sources said.
By comparison, only about 20,000 tons
of war materiel was shipped to Cuba
during all of 1980, the sources said.
A previous high, they said, was about
41,000 torts sent to the Cubans during
one year in the mid-1960s.
'L le h
.Man' star
George
dies at 82
From UPI and AP
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -
Chief Dan George, eloquent spokesman
for Indian rights who achieved fame for
his role in the movie "Little Big Man,"
died in his sleep yesterday. He was 82.
Chief of the Burrard tribe, George
had been ill for some time and "recen-
tly he'd been home and back to the
hospital several times," said Gwen
Williams nursing supervisor at Lions
Gate Hospital, where he died.
"INDIANS SHOULD be cast as In-
dians in movies and television," he on-
ce said. "A white man just does not
know how to be an Indian. A white man
cannot understand what it is that goes
on in an Indian's mind."
His best-known role was Old Lodge
Skins in the 1970 film "Little Big Man,"
stArring Dustin Hoffman. The chief won
the New York Film Critics award as
best supporting actor and was
nominated for an Academy Award for
his performance fn that part.
An outspoken defender of native
rights and the environment, Geoge also
starred in the Canadian Broadcasting.
Corp. series "Caribou Country."
In 1971, he received a Human
Relations award from the Canadian
Council of Christians and Jews for his

environmental work.
- The wood and metal tops they spin in
Malaysia are a little too heavy for
children. They weigh close to 18 poun-
d. So most people who take up the
popular sports wait until they are about
16 to begin.

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