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By KIM Al'BRHI for Welch used to ride to school with benefits of the change “ l be people in I‘ . _ 3 f. .3“: I. ', . ‘ ' 8
Com id”... her daughter-tn~law. the offices get to know the Janitors. ~ 3. . Nix ’ ~'- ‘ "I, _ " '
lheir problems began Jan 7 when and in turn. they will respect tlte " i ‘ £1“ 3 tree
Flora Brown. a UK Physical Plant I’K combined the day'and night shifts employees (custodians).“ Blanton ‘ . .
I)i\ision worker and custodian iii the iii order to improve serytcetothe cain- said. He said he had recetyed seyeral “ ‘ 3 .
Journalism Budding. used to look pus, lhe new shift begins atoant. and letters artd calls about the change. all t: ' is ' 27'
foward to taking her daughter to ends at 2. IS in the afternoon. on the positiye side I - '
. school in the mornings. Preyiotisly'. llK‘s custodians With the new shift. workers must ‘3 ' 3;»?
That was before t'K eliminated the worked two shifts one front llel clean classrooms and offices beforethe - I. ~ if;
ni ht custodial shift. pm to 6:30 am. and the other from it day ‘s classes he in at Kain. l)urin 'the * 7‘ 'I-
g _ . . _ g is g ‘ p .. Suuane Payne and James Banks. employed by
Now Brown has to hitsC a friend am. to 4 pm. rest of the day'. the custodians clean :1 ‘ .33 45.. the UKlibrary.madeavallam “to" to savethis
‘ take her daughter to school and site Jack Blanton. sice president ofbus'i- restrooms and hallways as well as keep ‘5: ~' : 3 ‘ oat WhIch was stranded lnatree outsidethe main
worries about what she \\lll do if her ness alfairs. said the shift change has the classrooms tidy. . > . is; . 3.; I library — but their ladder was too short. The
friend changes Iiobs. pros ided better cleaning senice as well Brown said there is not enough time j (”33" "t . p." noticed the c" from the second floor ofM I
Brown is not alone. as better supersision of the workers. to do the required work before siu- . ”if " I f I" King and called theLexIngton FIreD artmenIt
Alene Welch. custodian iii the “I know we‘re gettinga betterelean- dents come in. "' . 9’ But a spokesman told the two that a: departI
_ Classroom Budding. no: ltasiogeilup iitg seryice and better superyison.“ Despite her complaintsnhoweyer. ‘- :5,- {3 . . .t -» k a ,y.‘ ment does not rescue cats from trees. Luckily.
at 4 in the morning so s t can eat ta Hlanton said Brown does not pian to qurt her rob. 133$ :3 3 .- ‘ .3 j the furry feline made It back down '0 solld
ride to school a ride she has to pay Blariton also mentioned other 3313 i (‘33; ’"fr t‘.‘ ‘- . (t .2 ground on Its own. By DAVID (‘OYLE/Kemel Sn“
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By DFBBII. \I( ”1‘!“ arid till“ the I lag l‘lti/a shortened the \ht‘llld bs' complete by summer. Hlan- a?) .S .III ‘ By VICKI POOLE
Idlltil tield where the l K Wildcat Marching 10" said. $3; ,4 II .3 Staff Wm‘.r
Band practices routines in late In addition. the Board rccom- §Q駧 3, 5* ‘ 1-
Mot trists lrlHl‘i‘ti gist e on \Ltiillllll‘it‘l ind fall mended "orstructin ' a Sbthlihtiladdr- a" ,I‘IJI 3 .I= ‘. I - ~-
liuclidI \ye'iiIie 't‘t\ Is-e IInk IsI "'l‘i I . . iron toL \leVey lIi'ill's com utmi t? - if“: 3 I»: I I> WIN . I've heard more III-III about combat
. (I t‘I . ‘k‘I ,. I “_ ,.II ““‘ ' Howe-yer. Assistant Director of q i l d ‘ h ”‘1‘ 3'5: " _ KIN .. 0“ ‘hls camp” than In the armY~ Lt, .
henhtr pitI tingriotlnoye tilde gttilti'i step Bands (ittrdoti Henderson said James :Entgr.13o“y MILK," iii amt Lilirhnei of :3; ‘3‘ s .. ‘2'; ._ . Col. Jack Mitchell. head of UKIS
. IidchtiSn ‘ ‘ ‘ 9‘21:;‘)‘"}l:0 . :l'll” Wessels. physicalplant ditis'ioridiree- t‘rIwiIll mi‘ Ogt‘thllrfl [om‘ “In" _.:'"M ; I ’ . 3. ’ ROTC program. told students who 3 .
ti ) ‘ I‘IpmeUd‘ ‘ ' I6 0“- tor‘. has"assured“himtherewillstill be th' b Ejkpdrtl I: I‘dthIII now ”mild" I_ I. 2' I’ I ' a is... gathered last night tn thalobby‘ .of .
3 (n PM“I emu“. room m accommodate the [:min oligdotat: ltlwttlr: the-two 313$: ,. ., $8 ._ sq: . Haggin Halltodiscuss selective service
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. the Student (enter and can‘t Word to during practices “ \\e u: been keeping allocated I; lastIerar" PIiiIOIILLIt‘tiiII ‘ it}: .. {LE ’ at“; - MltCheh and Capt. Sidney Hughes.
losethe parkingspincc.”i k’ President track of thatiooio make sure nothing fUnd balane~s Sinil-t' “IISIIiII ml Iii“ ~..._.=s 1* . .. i3: .3 both UK professors of military
()tis Singletait said \eslclLlLH ;it the went wrong."lic said."l hayen‘tsccna The BONSAI“ E “"13”“ d .5I.§§’ :2? ”4%. .. 5mm.“ answered questions and
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January Board oi liitstees iti‘JL‘lii‘Lt set ot plans yet. but theres plenty of , . . apprt L ”hm ”h- fig.“ .‘- 5- 3;: .4. [a a». advertised ROTC benefits for the
' ' room there .. 5-00.000 for a rehearsal room iii the {Iii , ~ 3'» ' , .3 . attentive crowd ofl00.whicbincluded '
. ' Construction of the \tudeiit (enter I ' I Center for the Arts which was deleted I Iii: s 3 I g . : . -» \ one female.
addition postponed ft'i about one “\\ e'ie going to preserie the best of from the initial contract because of ’4‘: i. I y I .: g ’ “What we're trying ‘0 do tonight is
. year. should ht'glll lll 111g former Llll possible “or Mg." Blunttyn said I he to erall C0“ estimates. I ills protect “ill 13%; .9, I «'é I‘ . ’ ICII you WCIFC not a bunch OII OgI'CS and
. parking IOIIs home by Sept, l. accord- Student t‘enter addition‘s entrance ht‘ lIUtldCd h) llls‘ lIHth‘SlIM Unlilw :1 It'd II . 3 $3 I — ‘ not to worry about the draft. We‘re I
_ . ing: .0 \ ice 5 rltsitltllt “to litis..tess will be iotattd new,“ from m. lr‘m" December recommendation to con» ‘33:; . ; s . a. . here looking forthe polrtrcalscrenceor .
. Affairs .lack Hiaiiton \le hope to lights at the intersection of I'uclid and struct it Slll9.2(l() “TChK’VlTil i”! ll” ‘0? «a; ’17? ‘ - is I’ I II I I 5°Cl°l°8y major Who doesn't know
ha: a contract' by fall. he said Harrison aunties. Blanton said. tht building. :3”; I: . 1-:3'j -, « r what he wants l0 doaftcrgraduation.
. toll I ield. the open expanse which '\ll increase in student actnity' icesI lhat recommendation was for- If” 9 r- ’ » . Mitchell said.
was formerly the site til i KIs lt’ttill‘tall iittpleinented tn Wis. l.\ funding the wardcd to the (HI: for approyal and {ii-‘3: {:5 I4 ' Nevertheless the students were cur-
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I stadium. has \llrttllh substantially in addition llic l niyersity's “second" “Inkling lhs’ lllt was illfit’dt‘lt‘k'd front riff . . ‘ “I ious about the P055lbllhy ofa draft.
. ' tour years. ( onstruetion of the ( enter entrance to campus. the SllliXN) flag ”16 tnlllal COP-”11¢! ht‘CiilN‘ til inade- “is; I . Ii: '3'. “How long do you think ll “l“ he I
. . i for 1er 5‘,” the ”my,“ “boardwalk" phi/a. is under construction now and quate funding. if g; ft. . .. ,' until they draft?» a student asked.
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if i§§ »' -;- if , begin the draft would be “one of the
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By DEBBIE MCDANlr‘i. #1333; ii ,3 ._ * 3 ' _. “One of the reasons they're talking
Editor lowing the l'niiersity‘s request. IIhl‘t‘t‘ becomes final. [Ipigféi NIB 5 33* II: 3.,s about registration is SO WCI“ be PFC-
“ . B . d 1 l ,.. 'd bids were submitted according to lhe property contains the lfnitersi- if“. 9!. It?!) *“W‘I‘Nfii‘i w pared, hcsatd. In World War II. the
I ' ls Itf tItIgrl'I) IIII‘I‘IIIWIIIM IIII 'II‘Ibm ( hi). chairman ol the board's t_\‘$ Poultry research farm. which will .- I ”*3, “i" I Japanese diant let us know ahead 0f
3 :d t Oplk} anltltml} dds-t 0” lsw finance committee _. 3 be moved to one or l'K‘s three other ~. .4 . ' .I I I" . ,_ ‘53 time they were going to dropabomb.
. bow'rli1 I~heI]:II- Ld;lll‘ngt..;)mpdfl\ ow med “Mr. lerry has nofinancral interest farms Spindletop. (Ioldstr'eam or A)": .-r.. "I._‘_-.s.l,s...- I , _ ‘ s . They said,‘Whoare wcgoingtodraft?‘
“l IBII l “n l: 1 “(Ml ”km N in the property." Clay said. adding Main ChanceaccordingtoVice Presi- 5 ’* I’.?“I.NI_ svtgg.“ I‘d- ‘ . y s They didn‘t know." Mitchell said.
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t k' t .I “‘hhln‘e *Eml‘tmk fl h’sn' Finance has asked for a definite list of tort. Proceeds from the sale will fund gs? 5‘.-.";:*“;.s.;-2-\ ’ _ *' since there is less warning in nuclear
by; Irggzhnzift) IpI lu lIiIIIIIII IIIII [IIIIII‘ the ntcmbsrs ‘Iil 4-l‘ Leasing." construction of new poultry research H” Ifigh‘ug‘ I . warfare. Mitchell said.
PI 0" -' ~»['hl011° ')‘Ntlns'l {Ml lhe (ouncrl on Higher I'ducation lacilities. . ‘1' ‘ » I I I I' I I, I” ‘ “We were fairly safe during War
FIUPIIIIIIIIIriI iIdIIIIIf I Lh‘mlll‘s‘m (ll attdtheseeretar) oithefinancedeart- Clay said it took "two years ncgo- .‘If . I I I » World II in the continental United
'hdh“ “ l“ l d ‘LhNtl lhk’ ‘tili‘ lt’l' them must approve the sale before it tiating to get rid of this property." III } ‘1‘ . "1 I‘. - ’ ' States. Now, Moscow can pusha but-
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A Jl'DGE Rt'trD THAT RELATIVES ol unborn children soVii'i rust: or- it's GROWING Pow'rzn against Afghanis- be able to quickly implement the draft
killed in the May I977 Beyerly Hills SupperClubfire cannot yet col tan significantly increases the danger of l.‘.S.—Soyiet military con- if it is needed.
. state lect partial payments. ‘ ttorttatioii in the nest fiycy'ears.a topdefenseofficial said yesterday. “The draft is a [0113‘ long way off.
With the first court litigation stemminng from the fire in rt‘CCss. (ten “and .loiies. chairman of the Jornt (hrefs of Staff and though.“ he said.
. . . , _ . . . l' 8 District Jud e (‘arl Rubin is tied a rul n ' n'e n ' t" S'r ‘tary of l)elens'llar)ld Brownsaid cventsrnAf hanistan show u -
“HEN (.OID BI.(.»\\ SHIING for an astronomical figure. disbursement 01‘ the SH million “:m m curlicfginItizréeyIiIiIf III” IIII thIei :r'ltt‘ls may be willingto threaten Vllal I'.S. intcristsin the Mid‘ If a guy ShOIIId happen to go Imo
Dr Anthon} yon I‘lttllllhtilt'f decided it was time to find a reasona- I (“6 pm ' the army as a Prlvmci Wha‘ ShOUId hc '
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bIcn‘IyIIIIZIrIIIIII.“:1III.IIII hm?” m‘ldl' nation "lhe possibilities or a military confrontation with the Soviet “:chth alsqum isn‘t I d
h,” . tsearc parts out.t e sa\ irtgs will be reflected iny'ourdentist l nion will increase significantly in the first half of the next decade." IItch elm “F'b the! 5:15;; man
. loncs told lllt' House Armed Scryices Committee. WC" ° :10 w 'e co m" was
I" ”I“ “ tooth mild? ”“m 3 hum} ‘hk‘ll 0' 30M ““0th “Ilh A FEDERAL RIDGE TOLD OFFICIALS of fise dockworkei “l do not bent-ye that rtieansa bolt-out-of—the-bluc nuclear attack the manager-
IPOIECIfIII cost about S said \an I'raunholer. a biomaierialsscientist unions yesterday that they cannot sanction or encourage a boycott on Ith [mm \tatcs." he said. “But I think it is morelikelythatthey “lfyou‘rc drafted,what'sthe highest
2;: e niyersiry of l ouissiile lodtiy ihcsameamountofgoldeosis ol 3 Greek treightcr chartered to load grain for the Sotiet l'nion w-ll li'\ t» ‘Yilllnldaic ii. make us blink.“ rank you can get?" another student
f)n bl K b The ruling camein the first court test ofaprotest by longshoremcrt asked.
C pm" ‘I 5‘" ‘mm‘I “ “'mc “hl‘h ‘0“ Fraunholer in the last and Gulfcoasts of the Soviet inmasion of Af banistan ' ' '
researched “h'l‘ “‘"bmfl 3' [hf lIriiyt-rsits of l ondon's Instiiittc of The bo cott rm oscd earlier this month was intendedgto tie it wor'd MIICheII ”Id III“ II WOUId Iakc I6
Dental Surgery > h ' ' l‘ years to become a sergeant mayor and
- Russia-bound ships and cargo at ports from Maine to letters . u -" II UK
After preliminary testing ofbronlealloystoensuretheirsafety.he SIX AMERK‘AN DIPLOMATSwhoescaped capture when the the ”mum "mm 3" ca 8 a
had '2 Patten“ titted Nth partial dentures tint-innit i inntm was seized Nos 4. slipped outofTehranycater- graduate (of the ROTC program)
‘h [Tc bnzjnlgppcrIIIrm‘III “Cll In I ondon and \lltiuld do the “"16 in THE SENATE VOTFI) 0\cruhelming|y yesterday to urge 3'“ din dllt'l l: \ik‘l‘ln til hiding ‘ xiv-II
, ahe are iIIIIIIiiI h8h\dld lhe bruit/c is strong. resists corrosion It‘mcncang notiustathletestoboycottthe l9tt08ummer0lympicsas ihi: illpitif“.llfi “we helped by the Canadian Embassey and an “During the Vietnam War. I saw
I 0}: ”mg III ate VI" “ th‘" layer 0' 3““ “"d can be POh‘th ‘0 a protest against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan if the games go Cldl‘t'ldls‘ “‘0 “l lle “15mm“ and forged documents... students who wouldn't 8° near the
"0 l C 80“ ”n a.) gChmuled in Moscow. Word of the dramatic flight from Tehran came as llllflg Iranian ROTC office get drafted n Mitchell
The resolution offers an alternative to a boycott by urging the leader Millttlldh RUhOlah Khomeini "I“ on nattonalradio tomake ”id “They'd “y ‘Sir [.61 a college
, , . International Olympic Committee to cancel. postpone or relocate J“ cmt‘llt‘ml “PM?” h" Iranians ‘0 SUPPO" lhe" new president. I . t I .' . n.
no. ADMisisritArios suor in be read) to submit its the names, But lIOC members hay'ealread) indicatedthcvwillrciect Minihassitn Bani \‘adr “MW“ and 'dsay' ““3"” l“
proposal for roamntns Kcntum'smwmmx structuretuihct‘icn- this request 1he Senate tote was tix to 4 ' ' 'ddfil- . .
eral Assembly tomorrow state Retentie ('ommissioner Robert Ml. In a related story. White House officials mfg pm night phony”... weathe-r Hughes saidastudent automatically
phrn said yesterday Carter will not attend the opctting eei't'ittoriiiw :oi ‘Il' w . - it . ~ Indualcs from ROTC ‘5 . comissi-
h MLphiti told the Home Appropriations and Rcycniic (‘omnuttec pigs which begin next month m Lake I‘lacttl _\ V oncd second lieutenant. Female
1 at is department has hccntriintzmwork uuta proposalmththe The ot'nciais. who asked not to be identified. said the restdcnt HUI in roost WITHa oodcbanoeofsnowdevelo i and ROTC Iduates are commmioned
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Kent ck h h “ ”‘6' ” Pm" e l“ ”h“ ‘0 MMHnmmc dcctdcd not to attend because of the continuing cirtses in Iran and continuum tonight Highs today tn the upper 20‘s to the lower 30‘s. second lieutenants. I180. They are res-
. u tans wit out undu s burdening higher-income taxpaycn Afghanistan. lhe lows tonight will be in the low 20‘s. tricted, however. from combat related

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l'l‘Hl l urge crowds of l ls sf cent. ' iii . ii~ (ll l‘STlON: Does theaverage person regard colle— made up of students students who are playingtheir answer is most often illustrated by whichever team is
. tcr weather for as long ds 4s ho: to . ten. gr .‘ g illtlclcs as students or as gods? sport while attending classesatthc sponsoring univer- deemed number one by the nation‘s sportswriters or
. seating for willy“: hiding“ . sity. However. many times this simple difference is coaches. It draws tonsofmedia attention.especially if '
‘.- l K‘s basketball Wildcats went down to defeat overlooked. it is a generally unknown team such as this year’s
. ITEM: [ k’ basketball star l\\. le \tue begins stir ‘.‘i .idiy night at the hands ofa stalling l_Sl' troupe. As‘ the term implies. students are people who learn. l)ePaul.and the eyes ofthe world seemto scrutinizeit.
dent teaching '1'. lesarrgtori‘s [.1', . tccls. ii.l.'il lit: lrowls that filled Rupp Arena were tremendous. It is not unfairto say that Kyle Macy and LaVon Wil- And very often. the team loses. '
' ' School. drawing. esteiisive media .:::. . -:i ir-uli g (rises filled the air. opposing players and referees liams are students of basketball.(even as they'are stu— There is probably no solutiontothis problem. Fans
. . in a disrtiptior, 'o the normal st'l‘itti. ‘[".l rim. .. -- booed heavily and a tension hung in the airas if dents at this university) and as such. they are still will be fans. The media will continue to cover colle-
. - ~ scene might easily turn ugly at the slighest learning the game. Rarely though is this taken into giate sports likeatightglove. But perhapsitistimefor
. ”EM: 1 l; m‘iMm” team hug. h. i. gt, .yiihi ; 1.. ,ocation. account by the collegiate fan, us all to sityback and look at our feelings toward
.. ~ .‘I contests. drawing harsh t'ttllllllt‘l?l~ ‘It ~ l‘» thb “hit! 'dlhh‘llt“ l5 sunposcd ‘0 bring‘.’ Hi“ team‘s players are required [0 be professionals sports. i
' trig game. I he answer. of course. is no. ('oaches talk ofathlet- of the highest caliber and instilled with the blessing of The members ofthe various UK teams are humans.
it s giving players a chance to compete in a healthy intuilihility. A referee's call against the home tcam is not machines. and deserve to be treated as such. Just /
ITEM: l'niversities across the eoiiritn its .11: atmosphere. where human ability is matched man-to- never wrong. a loss not without some cheating by the like us.
. " and penali/ed by the \atioiral (tdicy‘ ;' - \ililctit f‘lllll and a ltltl percent effort is rewarded with the opposition, They have great pressures uponthemto excel. Just
.. . . \ssocratiori for recruiting and other sp ”is w? iwl thrillofcornpetition. Howeveridealisticthisspcechis lhe team members are also tawned over by the like us.
' . violiitioiis tand it h). the most potentially dangerous problem legions who talk about them With the collective “us." Vl hev make mistakes. Just like us.
.‘ does not Ire with the players. but with the tan. in this Macy put it succintly with.“Beinga basketballplayer. They have private lives. Just like us. »
', l'l EM l mwmzm ‘M, hwy. km,“ h h” -. «my lnhzhwg the collegiate sports fan. you are ina fishbowl. Everybody recognizes you. I like So let‘s not expect them to perform like machines.
I . . winning athletic lcottts than for achieving l.._e‘ .io» lhe collegiate sports fan is different from the pro to bc a private person . . bear pressures. avoid mistakes and live in the spo—
iustic merit lt‘sstttttlil shtyle fan in that the team he follows is one (‘an this “fishbowl“ atmosphere be healthy? The tlight. Unlike us.
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. mmi iridiscrirriinate buying habits while the the amount of energy per person ris yyc students ofRussian history. especially below imperial le\els. and rather mis— clear in these pictures; brute force.
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. . late .itiatl against all rriuior ltritisti .md prospers until the great yct feeble During the height of the crisis last lhcal 0‘ ldel’h’gl‘al h’rm "l lhe RUS‘ int: shantlcs in somber and bleak sct~ two cultures.Obolensky‘scollection of
. . political hp“... h ihg twentieth Ugh. structure comes crashing down. summer. there was a news report on “a" state. _ tlements that Pafi‘t‘d h” frontier P0“S PhOlOEWPhS puts a pungent mental
, I“ It”) And l.~ Hmmw hr “in“ W . _ l‘rcnch “high.” The rcpmm “us And yet there is more. much more. in the vast Siberian wastelands. ()r image behind the words of Hugh
_ _ the dm‘mw' xii .m mm“ l hum” trying to esplam the reasons behind Ont cannot “explain" such things by other pictures of the new Russian Seton-Watson in his The Russian
. r. . r '_ silhl'hh and nodded ,hthChh-hi h.‘ 0 inl'on America‘s energy problems. He did LlUlCh: srmplistic TCTC‘rChCC 10 hi5 dominions in central Asia. names like Empire 1801-1917 (Oxford: Claren-
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. [A -. ,. » . . “in.” Wmhmu WU the MM“ lhe tour of the home wasthorough. nately. SOClOiOngls and psychologists across the lenses. and Russians appear opposite in the two cases. In America
. _ 'i . ’ ‘llelts lhe danger signs of the Past decade lhe rt‘PttttCr started inthe kitchen and remain baffled by COHCCUVC behavior strangely incongruent in the setting ot the open frontier meant opportunity,
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“ j ‘_ i . . last summer It had pushed through diate goals. lo disregard them now tht‘ electric can opener. electic knife. learn [0 lhlhl‘ 0" their Own. Recourse ofthe greatest Islamic philosophy and So w'earc now faced with more than
‘. i- the dreaded S! d gallon mails bv the talses more than tunnel \l\l()n. ()nc blcndcr. coffee maker. dishwasher. to “experts“ often proves as flawed as medicine. a simple extension bvan imperialistic
_ 4 y i. . him i had ,ciiiiimi I had paidoterSZ must be blind exhaust fan. toaster. oven and slow. lht‘ Presumed “Pettht‘t ———————_‘ power into an independent but weak
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. 5‘.” . ‘ C\pL'tlL‘kl and accz‘litcd that lhe price other office of an ad\ertis1n21 dys‘nc}. “hh mc “”9 amalcd. ”‘9‘ “lid lhi" “hl Russia (”0“ called the Soyiet [In mente agitare that has somethingto do “'hhahideOJ‘
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i. }-_ i f ,‘ me on .i ltchhoioyital as well as eco something like this " l he American machines. their hhld “115 terrible. i there cyldence we can tap. other than a heritage 0f slaughter. insecurity.
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. . t ‘ Wbmng “pcrmm hm. ”C intuitively understands the The reporter pointed out the three nalists'.’ One approach is suggested by Afghanistan. vying with the British. gotten Mongols. We may puzzle over
, ‘- .i . _ (rm. of the mm.» hhdhmhg MP... 1. concept (it planned obsolescence and bathrooms. He showed the electric it “Will "PlClUFL‘ hOOly’" 0“ l9lh CCH- But the Russians and their Empire our differences with the modern Rus-
.. .th , ., .I ”but” “I” mum problems n that he “I” replace h“ present automobile toothbrushes. hair dryers and electric ttiry Russia. (‘hloe ()bolensky. The brought attitudestothe l§ast quitedif— sian state. but those contrasts are born
‘ - _ marry or mu“ ”mm MW huh m 3 to .1 years even though ”N Is curlers. He walked through the other Russian Empire: A Portrait in Photo- fcrent from the British as they fought of the past as well as the present. The
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1’ _ ', rt‘Poit tcltusctl iii bepteriiber of WW ‘\lllCrlL'ltll system It is our 10h ii, clocks. radios. stereos and the three I979), Russia inf‘Used into her new lands atti- sia. but it still suffers fromthe numb-
j]; 3' 1.": . imm the Harvard him”N school h understand It and thereby prosper telc‘iemnc I poured myself another Peering at these yellowed pictures tudcs of repression and response to a ing and hauntinguncertaintyofan Old
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.i I, f} .‘ mlimgv M limflmnhmw pmdlmd I” “mum.” mm. begun I” mmw By the time he reached the garaggi times depressing reflections. We see from the photographs of the labor Heartland must never again bethrea-
.. . . ‘ America was I 1 mpg itiidthat the inor- iniiitoderation with affluence and las- ““5 "9“”“5- Th“ three Ch“ hka‘d that RUN" m the last century wasalso camps set in the depths 0f Siberia‘s tened 35 h was by Mongol. Lithua-
. . ..' .-I ‘ age for ltlll“lllt‘tl autoriiobiies was t3 situdc with \llphl\llca[|()n We have like HifCl’flilCitrfthsIolhcFrench} lhe involy ed in a “frontier movement" winters or in the wilderness of Kam- nian. Pole. Teutonic Knight. Khazar.
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'- 'i .- V' ‘ cars iti \nicrica during that )cat had hctwccn waste and wealth Asa result. and set all of the gadgets into motion. ples."intrludingthefhinese. Byattain- opponents “l the C71” were shipped armies in both World Wars.Afghanis-
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. _. . reduced ”\dmmnd h” ”Um. “I, m .- momh. h.“ these home. the Frenchmen whistled Russia consolidated its hold on Far the not-so-distant ancestors of the exceptthatthe Russiansare not saying
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