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The Michigan Daily - Sunday, January 29, 1984 -Page 3

-HAPPENINGS -
SUNDAY
Highlight
The Paul Taylor Dance Co. will perform today at 3 p.m. in the Power Cen-
ter.
Films
Cinema Guild - Aida, 7 & 9 p.m., Lorch.
Hill Street - The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, 6:45 & 9 p.m., 1429 Hill
St.
CFT-The Phantom Tollbooth, 3:15 & 7 p.m., Willy Wonka & The
'Chocolate Factory, 5:15 & 9 p.m., Michigan Theatre.
Oxford Film Build - The Graduate, 6, 8, & 10 p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud.
Performances
PTP-"Butley," 2 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Residential College-Faculty Voice Recital, Jane Hierich, soprano, 8
p.m., R.C. Aud.
School of Music-Bass Trombone Recital, Henry Smith, 2 p.m., Recital
Hall.
Speakers
udaic Studies-"The Religious Yearning in Moder. israeli Prose,"
Avraham Balaban, 4 p.m., West Conference Rm., Rackham.
Miscellaneous
Muslim Students Association - Classes for Quran study, 10 a.m., 407 N.
Ingalls:
Computing Center-Card-Box Clean-up, 8 a.m.-noon, CNTR and NUBS.
Women's Basketball-Michigan vs. Illinois, 2 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Recreational Sports-Cross-country skiing demonstration, 2:30 p. .. N.
Campus Rec. Bldg..
MONDAY
Highlight_
Michael Lowy will speak today and tomorrow on the Political Evolution o
Georg Lukacs, a Hungarian scholar and author, at 4 p.m. in the Rackham
Ampitheatre.
Films
AAFC-The Last Supper, 8p.m., MLB 1
Cinema Guild - The Stones of Eden, 7 p.m., Temptation of Power, 7 p.m.,
Lorch.
Architecture & Urban Planning-A Sense of Proportion, 12:15 p.m., Art &
Arch. Aud.
Performances
Guild House - Poetry Readings, Ruth Schwartz & Lynn Crawford, 8 p.m.,
802 Monroe.
School of Music - Composers' Forum, 8 p.m., Recital Hall.
Speakers
Anthropology, South & Southeast Asian Studies - "Fluvial & Pyroclastic
Deposits of the Cagayan Basin, Northern Luzon, Philippines," Carl Vondra,
4 p.m., Ruthven Museum Bldg.
Cheimistry - "Total Synthesis of Lycopodium Alkaloids," Chris Broka, 3
p.m., Rm. 1300: "Applications of Cyclic Voltametry in Inorganic
Chemistry," James Anderson, 4 p.m., Rm. 1200 Chem.
Russian & East European Studies - "The Political Evolution of Georg
Kyjacsm," Mochael Lowy, 4 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Judaic Studies - "The Religious Yearning in Modern Israeli Prose,"
Avraham Balaban, 4 p.m., W. COnf. Rm. Rackham.
Near Eastern & North African Studies - Brown Bag, "Political & Cultural
Consciousness," James Bellamy & Hani Sabbagh, noon, Lane Hall Com-
mons.
CRED - French Seminar, 12:10p.m., Rm..3400, Lorch.
Computing Center - "Intro to Xeroc 9700," Forrest Hartman, 3:30-5 p.m.
165 Bus. Ad.
Biological Science-"Experimental Studies of Foraging Gain & Predation
Risk in Aquatic Communities," Carol Folt, 4 p.m., White Aud. Cooley.
Meetings
Turner Geriatric Clinic-10 a.m., 1010 Wall St.
Asian American Association-6:30 p.m., Trotter House.
Alpha Chi Sigma-4 p.m., Dow Bldg.
Society for Creative Anachronism-8 p.m., for location call 996-4290.
SACUA-3 p.m., 4025 Fleming.
Miscellaneous
University A-Squares-Free square dance lessons, 7 p.m., Union.
SYDA Foundation-Hatha Yoga class, 7 p.m., 1522 Hill St.
Human Growth Center-Eating Disorder Self-Help Group, 7:30 p.m., 2002
Hogback Rd.'
U-Club-Reggae night, U-Club.
Women's Studies-reception, 2553 LSA Bldg.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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to arm
strikefore
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) - King
Hussein said yesterday he will not ac-
cept a Reagan administration proposal
that Jordan form an 8,000-man strike
force funded and armed by the United
States for use in emergencies in the
Persian Gulf.
But he confirmed Jordan is building
up its army with U.S. backing and
equipment to aid other Middle East
nations in the event of a direct request.
AT SESSIONS with reporters at the
Royal Cultural Center, Hussein denied
he plans to accept American funding
for Jordanian "rapid deployment for-
ce" capable of protecting U.S. interests
in the strategic oil-producing region.
"There are no plans to form or build a
force that would carry that name,"
Hussein said.
Hussein's comments came after U.S.
officials said late last week they would
renew efforts to include $220 million in a
supplemental request for the 1984
Defense Department budget to begin
equipping a Jordanian strike force.
The proposal has been opposed both
in Congress and by Israel, but the of-
ficials said they were diminishing the
resistance.
Hussein said he would not rule out the
possibility that Jordanian troops could
be dispatched to another Middle East
nation during a crisis.
He said Jordan is building up its ar-
my to help other Arab nations if asked
to do so with "aid from the United
States;" saying it "is something we are
carrying out."

Once upon a mattress Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Members of Sigma Delta Tau sorority race to stack mattresses during one of the contests at the Lambda Chi Alpha Win-
terfest yesterday. All proceeds from the festival go to benefit Mott's Children's Hospital.

Judge re
MOUNT CLEMENS (UPI) -
A judge who convicted a man of man-
slaughter instead of murder in the ax
slaying of his unfaithful wife has
received death threats, police said
yesterday.
Macomb County Circuit Judge James
Daner Thursday convicted Frederick
Luna of manslaughter for killing his
wife - both white - after she admitted
having an affair with a black man.

ceives death threats

DANER'S comments about the
woman "infidelity with a black: man"
stirred great controversy, but attor-
neys for both sides said Friday the
judge's remark was taken out of con-
text, and insanity - not race - was the
mitigating factor in his sentencing of
Luna. 44.
Police yesterday said Daner told
them his life had been threatened.
"He called us himself," police
spokesman Steve Ferdig said. "He told

us that he had been getting phone calls
and that they were going to blow up his
house.
"HE ASKED if we'd kind of keep an
eye on his house."
Daner could have convicted Luna of
first-or second-degree murder yin the
February 1981 ax slaying of his wife,
Judy. But he convicted him of man-
slaughter.

Michigan GOP selects first delegates

GRAND RAPIDS (UPI) - Michigan's GOP
selected the nation's first delegates to the Republican
National Convention yesterday during a gathering
disrupted by a group protesting the party's insen-
sitivity to the poor.
About 3,000 delegates to the Michigan Republican
Convention selected 77 delegates and 77 alternates to
the national convention in Dallas Aug. 20-23.
THREE DELEGATES and alternates were elected
in each of 18 congressional districts during caucuses
Friday and 23 delegates and alternates were elected
at large yesterday.
Among the at-large delegates were former Gov.
William Milliken and 1982 gubernatorial candidate

Richard Headlee.
Convention delegates had just finished hearing
keynote speaker Rep. Jack Kemp of New York exhort
them to "make the Republican Party the party of the
people" when a group of about 25 protesters created a
brief disturbance.
THE PROTESTERS, members of a group called
the Alliance for Justice, gathered beneath the podium
of the Michigan Republican Convention, and began
shouting "stop the war on the poor, dump Reagan in
'84."
Angry delegates began chanting "Reagan . . .
Reagan" and several began forcing the
demonostrators out of the convention hall.

The group asked for and received the opportunity
to speak to state party chairman Spencer Abraham,
who said Republicans were not insensitive to their
needs but wished to put the to work instead of keeping
them on welfare.
Convention delegates escaped another possibly
embarrassing issue, the problem of race, when black
national committee woman candidate Larrain
Thomas of Detroit was defeated but facefully spoke
on behalf of the winner, Ronna Romney.
Prior to the convention, Thomas said the selection
of a candidate such as Romney, daughter-in-law of
former Michigan Gov. George Romney, would only
serve to perpetuate tp e Republican image as a party
of the white and wealthy.

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