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 by Alex O’Grady                                     were lackluster          in finding new                SAC ;      however,         as   Sharkey             students     were unaware of their                 the booklet        in view of their
 Chevron staff                                       job openings.                                          pointed out, if he doesn’t know                      rights     and privileges           due to         study requirements.         One student
         put      it mildly,          we feel                                                               what the SAC is, how can he                          administration          reticence.        To       questioned      the cost of having
   “TO                                                   The council felt one of its main
                                                                                                            trust them?                                          rectify that situation         the council         the booklet done professionally
 that some of the coordinators                        probelems         was a lack of com-                                                                       is preparing         a booklet       to de-       and was assured that he need
 are incompetent,”               said      Dave       munication         with the students.                    Various         suggestions         were
                                                                                                                                                                 lineate the pros and cons of be-                  not worry about that.
 Sharkey,      chairman        of the stu-            To alleviate this it will distribute                 made as to the methods of en-                         ing in a cooperative      system.                     Just before        the Chevron       re-
 dent advisory           council       on the         a critique      to all students at the               lightening       the student body on
 coordination     department.                                                                                                                                       Barber     suggested they let his              porter was asked to leave (due
                                                      end of their work term analys-                       the functions or existence of the
                                                                                                                                                                 department        write it up or hire             Ito confidential      eng-sot executive
    He was expressing the council’s                   ing their coordinator.                               council. Some of these were the
                                                                                                                                                                 some professional         agency to do            affairs     being discussed),        a fut-
disappointment          towards       coordin-           Coordination          director        Bert        inception      of bitch sessions with
                                                                                                                                                                it as the students             themselves          ure wine and cheese party at
ation      after      thursday          night’s       Barber      suggested       that they be             Barber,         establishment        of      a
                                                                                                           suggestion        box and, most com-                  were only amateurs and wouldn’t                   Barber’s house was announced.
meeting.                                              signed to assure honesty.                This                                                                                                                   In summation           Sharkey      felt,
                                                      brought      home the problem               of       prehensively,           a class-by-class             know what questions               the pam-
   He elaborated          by saying that                                                                                                                                                                           “We’re not an effective            council,
                                                                                                           instructive      tour by council mem-                phlet should answer.
there was a lack of consistency                       the communication                 gap with                                                                                                                   we’re only acting -on trivial             is-
in marking          of work           reports,        great     clqrity      as the student                bers.                                                    He      elaborated          expressing         sues, not the main                question
some of them were negligent                            would need assurance                that his            TO further      complicate    matters            gratitude      that students        on SAC         of whether         co-op education          is
in consulting       their students,         and       critique     would not get past the                  it was the consensus that most                       sould even consider            working     on      effective”.

   volume        10 number           30                                             UNIVERSITY               OF WATERLOO,                 Waterloo,          Ontario                                                  tuesday        11 november           1969

 GIencion  admin first
 to close for M-thy
   TORONTO           (CUP)-York         Un-           order a proposal that classes be
iversity’s     Glendon College thurs-                  cancelled on a voluntary basis.
day became the first Canadian                            Seminars,       films and speakers
campus         to officially       support            on the Vietnam conflict          will re-
this month’s Vietnam moratorium                       place the classes.
and Glendon officials             made it
                                                        On november           14, students      at
clear the support            was intended            York University          and the Univer-
as a political act.
   Glendon                                           sity of Toronto             will   boycott
                    principal        Escott                                                carry
Reid broke a 23-23 deadlock               in         on discussions of the war.
the college’s        faculty    council to
approve      the cancellation        of all             A mass march              by anti-war
classes      for the afternoon              of       groups is also planned for Tor-
november        13, after ruling out of              onto on Saturday, november 15.

Student               council              byelections

     Voter                       turnout                        ,-&ma/
    The, seven          student         council          The two         vacancies          in the
vacancies        were filled thursday                  graduate        constituency            were
with turnouts ranging from about                      taken by Gerald              Fuller,     civil
6.6 percent in arts to 16 percent                     engineering      with 140 votes and
in engineering.                                       Roger     Kingsley,       computer         sci-
    Bill Carrothers,          chemistry         3,    ence, with 82. Bob Epp of com-
took the one vacancy              in science          puter science received               48, and
with 86 votes. George Greene, ap-                      14 ballots were spoiled in the
plied chemistry          2A, received 59,             9.9’percent turnout.
and 9 ballots were spoiled for the                       There was a 6.6 percent turn-
 11.7 percent turnout.                               out to fill the two arts vacan-
    Allan Lodberg,           electrical      3B,     cies,     with Louis         Silcox,       soc-
 and Bob Floyd, mechanical                    3B,    iology     3, receiving          124 votes,
 with 181 and 162 votes respec-                      and Cyril        Levitt,      sociology       4,
 tively,     took the two engineer-                   with 108. Vern Copeland, psych
 ing seats. George Wagner,                  civil    4, received        91, and 6 ballots
 4A, received 152 votes, and Renzo                    were spoiled.
 Bernardini,         electrical       2A, re-            Jim Shawera,          history       3, be-
 ceived       46. Seven ballots            were      came the new arts society pres-
 spoiled. Sixteen percent                of the      ident, with 96 votes. Steve Earl,
 eligible      voters      in engineering            history 3, received 70 votes and                     Edward Dube has been retained as watchdog (pro tern) to defend the Chevron staff from                                                               the
 turned out for the election.                        3 ballots were spoiled.                              wrath of the reactionary right, the correct-line left and the great silent majority.

  AUCC conference                                                                                  ends                           with                      ‘nothing                                     to suy’
   OTTAWA           (CUP)-After          two days of                conference-including             approximately                     ments were forthcoming:                                           conference        occurred        at -an official
closed meetings,           a banquet, six speech-                  45 students-had                  dwindled        to      150           l     one commission                 suggested          the     banquet      Wednesday        night,      when four
es and seven commission                       meetings,            people by the final day of the four-day                           AUCC         consider          “close        working        rel-     french-speaking           students,         delegates
the 1969 national             conference         of the            affair, which began november 3.                                   ationships         with the national association                     to the conference,            interrupted          guest
association        of universities       and colleges                 The      conference         basically        provides          of community              colleges if and when it                    speaker sentor Maurice Lamontagne.
of Canada ended here thursday                         with        a       get-together          for        administrators            is formed”                                                              Before       Lamontagne              began         his
a cancelled            press       conference          and        from        all Canadian           universities,        and              l another         suggested that committees                    speech, one of the students                  took the
“nothing to say.”                                                 is supposed           to provide          a forum        for        reponsible          for reforming                undergrad-         microphone       to question         Lamontagne’s
   Reporters         who showed up thursday                       administrators’            ideas        and problems                uate       curriculum             should        have       rep-     credentials      as a “representative                   of
afternoon        for a wind-up             press con-             concerning higher education.                                        resentation         “from        all elements          of the      Quebec. ’ ’
ference       at      Ottawa’s         posh       skyline                                                                             university       community”                                            The student,        wearing        a sign pro-
                                                                      The first two days of the conference                                                                                               claiming       himself      “a cuban            agitator
hotel met a bare conference                  room: the             were closed to the public, as various                                   l   a committee            on library resources
AUCC board of governors,                    which met                                                                                 “deplored             the         discontinuance              of   in Quebec, ” told the audience Lamon-
                                                                  administrative             groups-planners,               in-                                                                           tagne was “a demagogue-not                          part
in secrecy        for the two previous hours,                     formation         directors,        financial      experts          Canada         council         grants       for      support--
decided      they had nothing               further       to                                                                          ing research             collections          in libraries         of the people’s struggle.”
                                                                  -compared              experiences,           exchanged
tell the press.                                                                                                                       and urged their renewal”                                               “He is a representative              of Quebec’s
                                                                  thoughts        on policy          and made short
   “That’s      about par for the course,”                                                                                                l    a commission              on university          gov-     universities-and           Quebec         universities
                                                                  statements         to the press at short, care-                                                                                        are state universities,”              the protestor
said a reporter           for one large Toronto                                                                                      ernment         reported         nothing at all: just
                                                                  fully managed conferences.
daily. ‘I just want to finish this story                                                                                             a “full and frank discussion.”                                      said.
and get out of here.”                                                 Altogether,  the administrators       conduct-                    All       commission               recommendations                   The student returned           the microphone
   “I’ve     complained           about it before,                 ed three hours of open deliberations              at              were accepted              at a single, 45minute                    to Lamontagne              as diners            chanted
but it’s really hitting home to me now                             simultaneous     commission        meetings      on               plenary          thursday.           No votes             were      “speaker, speaker.”
that it’s impossible             to describe         some          financing, curriculum,     university     govern-                 taken:         all       recommendations                  were          Theme of the conference                 was     “The
situations. ”                                                      ment, planning and employment                prac-                forwarded         to the board.                                     contemporary         university:        its idcolog\ .
   The 600 registered              delegates       to the         tices. Few recommendations              or state-                     The only untoward                    incident       of the       and commitments.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Sir George principal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           suspends  publication
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            MONTREAL        (CUP)--Sir     George                                                          The name of the cartoonist is not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Williams      University      principal                                                        yet known.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         J.W. O’Brian       bowed to student                                                               Suspension of the Paper will re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and faculty       demands     thursday                                                         main in effect until ESA represent-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and suspended publication         of the                                                       atives “accept such responsibility
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Paper. whose editor was charged                                                                and authority”     over the publica-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         with libel last monday after the                                                               tion, according to O’Brian.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         appearance    of a racist cartoon in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         that day’s issue.                                                                                 Meanwhile,   protest over the in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        cident continued at Sir George and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The paper is the joint publication                                                         neighboring McGill university.

              SAVE                                                                 20% ON                                                                                                                                                                                 of the Sir George and Loyola col-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          lege evening students’ associations.                                                             Black faculty at Sir George
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        sued a demand that Gray and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        author of monday’s cartoon be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             “Under   no circumstances          will
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          spread of racism,”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tolerate the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  O’Brian said,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          adding that, under current regula-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        missed from their positions,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        that the Paper remain under
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        pension until charges against
                              During the month of November,                                                                              save 20%                                                                                                                         tions, the evening students’ associ-                                                          two were settled.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ation did not maintain         editorial                                                         At McGill,      50 students      met
                              on the most important                                                  Christmas                                      present                                                                                                               control over the Paper.                                                                       thursday    over the incident.     Carl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         “The ESA must accept respon-                                                                   Benjamin,     a spokesman     for black
                              you will ever give.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        sibility for, and exercise authority                                                           students     at Sir George,        read
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        over, any publication issued under                                                              statements of support for the black
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        its auspices: ” O’Brian said.                                                                   community,      and said he hoped the
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Appearance      of the cartoon mon-                                                         behind students arrested following
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Warriors                                 stage                       instant
                                                                      /                                  comeback                                  to upset                                Western                                N-2

    End    Don     Manahan         reaching        for   a Dave      Groves’      pass.      Manahan        is close     to league       lead in receptions            this year.       Final     totals    will be available          for friday.
by Jim Dunlop                                         remarkable,       reminiscent      of the            to the Waterloo      four yard line.              the only real display of ball con-                        Knill did try to kick for it at
and Peter Marshall                                   type Werner         Von Braun threw                   Jeff Hilton got the touchdown and                 trol * and enthusiasm               shown by           the end of the game but the
Chevron staff                              \         while playing for the University                      Colossimo’s convert made it 7-O.                  the warriors all year.                                 mustangs      ran the ball out of the
                                                     of Florida.                                              The only other offensive         high-              Early      in the fourth           quarter,       endzone and with that took fourth
   The ‘block-and-tackle’       warriors                                                                  light of the warriors’        first half           with the score 20-8, Wiedenhoeft                       place.
closed their 1969 season with a                         Western had gone ahead early
fine 29-20 fourth quarter victory                                                                          was Paul Knill’s         fine punting,            took a short toss from Groves for                         The warriors,           after       playing
                                                     in the game on a touchdown                            which continued       throughout       the        another six points.              This was set          their normal lackluster           ball game
over the Western          mustangs        as         that the warriors         handed them.                game.      One of his kicks in the                up by a 20-yard punt return by                         for three quarters,            exploded in
they scored three touchdowns              in         On second and long yardage the                        second half covered an amazing                    Gord. McLellan,              good runs by              the fourth.        With that explosion
the last fifteen minutes for the                     mustang quarterback,           Steve Ste-             95 yards for a single.                            Chuck Wakefield                and a clutch            they showed           the type of ball
 win.                                                fanko, rolled out to look for a                          Western added another touch-                   third       down reverse              by Dave          they could have been playing all
   Rick Wiedenhoeft        had an out-               receiver.      Just as he started to                  down in the first half.           It was          Groves.           That reverse           was by        year with the proper enthusiasm
standing     offensive       game       for          run he was knocked into touch                         set up by a Groves’ fumble on                      far the best call the warriors                        and leadership.
uniwat as he caught two Dave                         by two warriors.          But as he lay               the warrior     one yard line.         He          made all season and suggests                             True, they were helped satur-
Groves’    passes for touchdowns                     on the ground in front of the                         was under great pressure              and          that there may have been a stra-                      day by two fourth-quarter             fumbles
and contributed      some fine inside                uniwat      bench a third          warrior            tried to throw the ball away but                   tegist hidden among us all year.                      and one interception             but it was
running.                                             pounced on him.            The referee,               was unable to show a passing                           Knill added his second convert                   nice to see the warriors                making
   His first touchdown          tied the             standing      right there,       assessed             motion and it was ruled a fumble.                  of the day to shorten the mus-                        the breaks go their way for a
score 7-7 in the first quarter.            It        the team         a 15-yard        penalty,            Digby caught the touchdown pass                    tangs’ lead to five points.                          change.
was a beautiful catch as he went                     giving Western a first down they                      to make it 13-7.                                       Then came the surprise of the                        Some of the warriors             were ex-
                                                     would not have had otherwise.                            Anyone     who left at halftime                 day.       Knill’s kickoff         was taken         ceptional       Saturday.
right to the dead-ball            line to                                                                                                                                                                                                             Stu Koch
make the reception.           The pass,                 Western took advantage of this                     figuring    the game would be a                    by Stew Behie who fumbled when                        was      again       incomparable             at
thrown    by Groves,       was equally                and threw deep to Doug Digby                         repeat of last week’s fiasco missed                hit bv Stu Koch and Andy Roy.                        corner linebacker          and the defen-
                                                                                                                                                               The ball was recovered                  by Joe       sive backs, especially            Andy Roy
Puckers-about                                             split with Lavrentian                                                                                Sowieta who returned
                                                                                                                                                                                                    it for a
                                                                                                                                                                                  It was a just reward
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and Ian Woods, were aggressive.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Wiedenhoeft         led the offense
by Peter W. Armstrong                                 felled by a high stick in front of                       Laurentian        led 1-O after one I for Sowieta who has played well                               and got assistance             from Chuck
                                                                                                                                                               for the defense all year.                           Wakefield       and flurries          of brill-
Chevron staff                                         the net.                                             period on Pollard’s            goal and 2-l
                                                                                                                                                                   Don Manahan scored the final                    iance from Dave Groves. McLell-
                                                         Rick Bacon scored again at                        after two.         Warriors        goal came
     The ‘pucking        about’ warriors                                                                                                                       touchdown on an over-the-middle                     an was outstanding              on punt re-
                                                      lo:05 after digging the puck out                     from Ron Robinson after a good
came back strongly             in the third                                                                                                                    pass from Groves.                 Paul Cole-        turns.       The offensive            blocking
                                                     from behind the net,                                  pass from McKegney.                  The sec-
period to defeat the Laurentian                                                                            ond voyageur           goal was the re-             man’s interception            and good runs         provided      the best running holes
                                                         Kent Pollard         gave voyageurs
voyageurs       6-4 in the first of two                                                                                                                        by Wakefield            and Wiedenhoeft             of the year for the warrior’s             back-
                                                     a 4-2 lead before the period de-                      sult of a missed icing call, which
weekend games Saturday.                                                                                                                                        set up the score. Knill’s convert                   field.     (Wasn’t it amazing that
                                                      generated into a donnybrook.                          typified the refereeing on Sunday.
     Although the warriors took con-                                                                           The third period saw the voy-                   made it 29-20.                                      Wayne Fox didn’t start the game
                                                         The warriors         forechecked          the
trol of the puck from the start                                                                                                                                    That nine point spread                   was    at flanker       after he led the off-
                                                     voyageurs         into the ice in the                 ageurs run the warriors                    out of
of the first period, the voyageurs                                                                                                                              exactly what the mustangs                   had    ense last time we played Wes-
                                                      third period and controlled                  the     the rink taking a 5-l lead on goals
opened the scoring at 13:52. Ray                                                                           by men left uncovered                  in front     beaten the warriors                by earlier       tern. )
                                                     play for the entire period. Bacon
Lamart        beat Pete             Paleczney                                                                                                                   this season. If the warriors could                     Only    one question             remains,
                                                     and Bob Reade scored to tie the                       of the net.          Bob Thorpe scored
and netminder             Jim Weber           to                                                                                                               have scored another point they                      “Did the 1969 warriors                have to
                                                     game by the four minute mark.                         the game’s           last goal but the
score on a one man effort.                                                                                                                                      would have finished fourth on the                  save their best quarter                of foot-
                                                      Rick Maloney stole the puck in                       warriors lacked the drive to stage
     Five minutes later Rick Bacon                                                                                                                              basis of the pointspread.                          ball for their last? ”
                                                     front of the voyageur                net and          a comeback.
scored his first of three goals on                    scored     the winner           unassisted.              The third period on Saturday
a two way passing play with                           Dave Rudge added the insur-                          showed that * the optimism                  about
Roger Kropf.
                       The period ended              ance goal at 18:43.
                                                         The warriors           outskated         and
                                                                                                           this year’s ‘puckers-about
                                                                                                           founded but Sunday’s game showed
                                                                                                                                                     is well
                                                                                                                                                               McGill students                                                         will
     The second         period       saw the         outplayed       the voyageurs          for the        that a some smoothness                  and co-
quality of hockey degenerate
18 penalties        were called.           The
                                              as      entire game, outshooting
                                                     54 to 20. The voyageurs
                                                                                                          ordination        are still to come if
                                                                                                           the warriors are to be contenders                   pose pacification
voyageurs      opened the period hitt-               better     coordinated         as a team              this year.
ing and the warriors             tried to re-        but they have played together                             The warriors          play two home                                                                 24 hours to get out before destruc-
                                                                                                                                                                   MONTREAL             (CUP)-The            MC
taliate.     By the six minute mark                   for about three weeks longer than                    exhibition games this week. They                                                                        tion.     Go to the nearest govern-
                                                                                                                                                              Gill University         moratorium          com-
Laurentian       had gone ahead 3-l.                  the warriors.                                       host York           on Wednesday               and mittee will lead up to the second                     ment camp, where we will pro-
Their third goal was a result of                         The warriors        had a little diffi-          Waterloo        Lutheran       on friday at Vietnam                                                      tect you. ”
                                                                                                                                                                               moratorium          november
warriors      retaliating       rather than          culty with the power play and                        8pm in Waterloo arena.                                                                                       The note will add:              “if you
                                                                                                                                                               13-14 by “bringing          the war home”
playing the puck and was scored                      did not finish their plays with the                                                                      -right      to the Montreal area.                    were now in Vietnam, this mess-
over Bob Thorpe who had been                         authority       with which they con-                                                                                                                          age would be for real.”
                                                                                                                                                                   The committee           finalized plans
                                                      trolled the play.           Their penalty             Cooperation..                       .              Wednesday to simulate the “paci-                        Truckloads         of “U.S.        army
                                                     killing      was       exceptional        j and                                                          fication”        methods        used by the          troops” will enter the town, cap-
                                                     another      fine game was turne’d                     begins             at home                         U.S. army            in Vietnam-with                ture the NLF members,                    rope
   Intra-squad       basketball        game
                                                      in by Ian McKegney.                 It must             A committee          to consider a co- everything                 but gunfire and burn-              them together in two chain gangs,
goes tonight at 8pm in the gym.                       also be mentioned            that Lauren-           operative        arrangement           between      ing houses-on          a Quebec village.             and march           them back to the
   Athletic clubs have been formed
in many activities.             These are             tian goalie Grace was instrumen-                    Waterloo         Lutheran        and uniwat         village.                                             trucks,       while the troops          force
                                                      tal in keeping the score respect-                   was announced              recently       by the         Sometime next week, students                    all citizens to evacuate the village.
archery,        badminton 7 curling,
fencing, gymnastics,       orienteering,              able.                                               presidents of both universities.                     dressed as members                of the na-            All participants       will then clean
                                                         Sunday afternoon’s            game was               Press releases were issued on                    tional liberation          front in black            up the leaflets.
rugger, skiing, squash and under-                     a totally different        story than the            the same date by both univer-                       pyjamas          and       broad-brimmed                The organizers        hope the simu-
water.       Contact the phys-ed de-
partment for details.                                 third period Saturday.            The war-           sities.       The statements                 were   conical hats will station them-                      lation will “effectively        dramatize
                                                      riors were outskated,            outhustled         identical        with       one exception:           selves at the town’s main inter-                     the nature          of the american
   The second half of the co-ed
swim meet is tomorrow.               All 100          and outscored by 5-2. They were                      where the names of the univer-                      section.                                             pacification      program”      and draw
                                                      outshot 41 to 31 and Ian Scott                       sities and the admin presidents                         Overhead,       a private plane will             attention to the upcoming mora-
yard strokes and 3 relays will
be held.       Entries for these and                   played well in the warrior                nets,     were mentioned, uniwat’s release                    drop leaflets onto the village say-                  torium.
                                                       stopping       several       breakaways.            gave Waterloo            Lutheran         second    ing: “your village is going to be                        Organizers       will not announce
the men’s badminton             singles on
november       19 should be made at                  Orest      Romashyna            was quite             billing,    and Lutheran               did the      pacified.. . .the Viet Cong have                     the name of the Quebec “target“’
the phys ed office.                                    good on defense.                                    same for uniwat.                                    been seen living here. You have                      in advance.

                                                                                                                                                                                                     tuesday      11 november’1969           (10:30)      495     3
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                                                                                                              OTTAWA         (CUP)-Canadian
                                                                                                                                                      un-     academics           hired       by Canadian
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          harsh a measure,          and decided
                                                 D         D
                                                 m                                                         iversity     administrators         wednes-        universities        the next year were                    The   commissioners          skipped              instead to ask the government
                                                                                                           day waffled in the face of a plea                  Canadian.                                             over a proposal that universities                     to “reassess its policy.”
                                                                                                           to give more assistance             to Can-             Smolensky         recommended           that     abolish tenure in favor of five-                         The commission’s         recommen-
                                          UJ                                                           I
        Special                        For The                  Month                                      adian graduate            and post-grad-           the Canadian government                  discon-      year,    renewable      contracts        to           dations     went before an AUCC
                                                                                                           uate students seeking employment                   tinue a current two-year                  waiver      open up academic          positions      to           plenary     thursday,  the final day
    SNOW    TIRES    “15.95                                                   and up                                                                                                                                 more completition.                                   of the conference-no          opposition
                                                                                                           in their own country, and finally                  of taxes now granted to foreign
      King West at Breithaupt                                                  St.                         wriggled       out of discussion            by     academics           teaching       at Canad-              Even Smolensky       approved        as           was expected.
          74%5841- Kitchener                                                                               suggesting      that a study be done               ian universities,              and that the            the commission         decided       that               The     conference      held      open
               “For Service Plus Call US”                                                                  of the problem,                                     AUCC “act so as to assure max-                        calling for an end to the federal                    meetings      only on the last two
                                                                                                               The administrators,          meeting in         imum utilization           and an adequate            government’s     tax waiver was too                  days of its four-day session.
                                                                                                            an association            of universities         of graduates. ”
             We LIST                           To        SELL                                               and colleges of Canada confer-
                                                                                                            ence commission             on university
                                                                                                                                                                            administrators             thought
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Grebel                            getting                    liberal
                  ELLACOTT                                                                                  employment          practices      and job             PhD students            should become                                                                  ident Winfield Fretz told the stu-
                                                                                                            opportunities        for graduate         stu-     less specialized         if they want jobs,            Conrad    Grebel     residence       is             dents to go back to the hours
                REAL    ESTATE                                                                                                                                                                                      getting more liberal every year.
                                                                                                            dents, gave little sympathy                  to    said R.J. Rossiter,            dean of grad-                                                               agreed upon last year (7-10 fri-
                                       744-6531                                                             requests made in a 43-page brief                   uate studies at the University                  of      A few years ago the students                        days) pending official         approval
                                                                                                   I        recommending           immediate      action       ‘Western       Ontario-PhD             students      succeeded    in obtaining      permis-                 by faculty     council.    This caused
                                                                                                            by the AUCC to help relieve a                      should become more specialized                       sion to hold open house once a                         considerable      concern among the
                                                                                                            job squeeze on aspiring Canadian                   instead,      said Robert Bell, dean                 month on sunday afternoon          with                students     and various       meetings
                                                                                                            academics.                                         of graduate            studies     at McGill         room doors open.                                       were held last week including
                                                                                                               Prepared       by A.M. Smolensky,                University     .                                       This fall the students        agreed                a student council meeting monday
                                                                                                            graduate        students’       association             The delegates           agreed univer-          upon and immediately          put into                 with a large galley.
                                                                                                            president      at the University             of     sities should publicize              openings       effect open house every weekend                           However,     faculty council thurs-
                                                                                                            British     Columbia,       the brief said          on staff more widely-but                   they     on friday,    Saturday and sunday                      day gave the desired hours with
                                                                                                            5039 advanced              degrees      were        also agreed it would be difficult                   evenings    when doors could be                        the exception         that open house
                                                                                                             granted by Canadian universities                  to eliminate             “alma-materism”             closed.                                                closes at twelve rather than one
                                                                                                            in 1967-but        only 362 out of 2611             -personal        contact-in       hiring pol-           On november       2 college pres-                  or two as students wished.

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       O’l”l’~I W A ( (‘[JP J-Administra-          changes       in university          decision-   registered      as accredited            del-           versity department        in the country         departmental      level, rather than
  tars and students held a “full and               making.                                          egates or observers            at the con-              where students held parity with                  the upper reaches of universi-
   t’r:rnk discussion of the structures               Instead,      commission         members       ference.                                               faculty.                                         ty government,         was the main
  of university         government*’       wed-    debated whether             parity     at the        Bob Rae, a former               student                But Rae merely              made his         area of student          concern,    and
  ncsda y .                                        departmental           level of the uni-         member       of the University              of           remark     in passing,         and two          the probable area where students
       Rut’ they made no recommen-                 versity      would encourage              more   Toronto’s      commission          on uni-              other speakers         who mentioned            would      demand      increased    rep-
  dations to’ the full plenary of the              student       interest       in university       versity      government,             caused              PSA also quickly           changed    the      resentation in the future.
  association         of universities        and   affairs,     or whether            more stu-     momentary           discomfort         when             subject.                                            “Students     have     no interest
  colleges of Canada national con-                 dent interest in university            affairs   he made a reference              to Simon                  The delegates           appeared      to     in being on the snow removal
  ference here.                                    would       encourage         the adoption       Fraser     University’s        department               reach    consensus       on one issue           committee,”       one delegate said,
       Even       then,     the     discussion     of parity.                                       of political       science,       sociology             before     adjourning         their   dis-      “but they do care about curric-
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                                                                                                                                                     -ing to undo c
                                                                                                                                                     takes and “sa\
                . HE ORIGINS OF THE PRESENT                      war in       assumption       was that they had only delalyed this                  nam.To do it,
    T             Vietnam go back to the struggle for viet-
                  namese independence against a french col-
                  onial regime in the 1940’s and 1950’s, one of
     many such revolutionary               movements
     veloped in the third world during and after world
                                                             which de-
                                                                              outcome, since the vietminh appeared certain to
                                                                              win the elections in 1956.
                                                                                 For this reason the american government
                                                                              ed to join France, Britain, Russia and China in rat-
                                                                              tfying the accords. It did, however,

                                                                                                                                   make a un-        willingtodest
     war II. The Vietnamese revolution              was peculiar in           ilateral declaration not to interfere with them.

                                                                                                                                                     -esel nation aI
     one respect,         however-its       leadership       was com-            American policy from 1954 on was to render per-
     munist.                                                                  manent the temporary             situation created           by the
         Years before, the father of the Vietnamese inde-                     accords, a divided Vietnam,              and thus avoid the
     pendence movement,               Ho Chi Minh, had decided                end to which their political terms seemed inevit-
     that communist          doctrine and discipline offered the              ably to point, a Vietnam united under communist
     best means of overthrowing              french rule. Notwith-            leadership.
     standing Ho Chi Minh’s commitment                    to commun-              The United States government            had already pres-
     ism, the american           government      under Franklin        D.     sured France into having Bao Dai appoint as his                         rebels for the control and support of the people, a                  ved with the comm
     Roosevelt provided aid and assistance to the mov-                        premier Ngo Dien Diem, who had remained out of                          struggle which the rebels began to win.                              tified that he was
     ement during the second world war, in order to de-                       the country        during the revolutionary               struggle.        Unless a government     is extraordinarily alienated              ignore american v
     feat a common enemy, the japanese,                      who were         After the Geneva Conference;               Diem cooperated             from a large portion of its people no revolutionary                   period.
     then occupying Vietnam.                            .                     with the United States to substitute               american for        movement     can hope to succeed. As one leader of                          In 1965, when tht
         After the war the french tried to restore their                      french influence in the southern zone of Vietnam.                      the movements     for algerian independence put it:                   calations of the w
     colonial regime in Vietnam                using a Vietnamese                 By 1955 he had replaced Bao Dai as head of gov-                         Revolutionary    warfare does not require simpiy dis-             american      action b
    collaborator,        Bao Da&-a policy which brought them                  ernment and was in a position to reject the over-                       content among the masses but a sense of despera-                      of it.
     into direct conflict with Ho Chi Minh and his col-                       tures of Ho Chi Minh’s government                   in Hanoi for        tion and a grin determination        to end injustice and                  In spite of the in
     leagues, who were trying to establish an independ-                       discussions of the nationwide elections projected by                    humiliation.    It demands patience with prolonged suf-               port, the position
     ent nation.                                                              the Geneva accords.                                                     fering and a determined       conspiracy   of silence and             to deteriorate       to th
         Fighting began in 1946, after the french shelled                         Recognizing      that he would lose the elections                   militant y.                                                           ernment became (:
    the city of Haiphong. The ensuing Vietnamese war                          Diem took the position that since his government                                                                                              the war.
                                                                              had not approved the accords, it was not bound by                          By the end of the 1950’s the revolution had gath-
    for independence            was, like the american            revol-                                                                                                                                                         When Washingtc
                                                                              them. Although this stand conflicted               with the lang-       ered sufficient       momentum          for the Hanoi govern-
    ution, also a civil war in which many Vietnamese                                                                                                                                                                        ment would be F
                                                                              uage of the accords which bound the french agents                       ment to recognize the southern rebels and provide
    fought on the side of the french colonialists.                                                                                                                                                                          Diem’s army depc
                                                                              in Vietnam, or their successors,             the international          assistance in organizing the struggle.
        In the meantime,            the changing shape of world                                                                                                                                                             tablished a militar:
                                                                              control commission,          including Canada, made no                     Believing     like all Vietnamese,          including    Diem
    politics had changed american policy toward Viet-                                                                                                                                                                            The NLF contini
                                                                              effort to force the Diem government                    to conform       that Vietnam was one country and that they had
    nam. As the United States became more and more                                                                                                                                                                          by 1964 was on the
4                                                                             with the political terms providing              for national el-        been cheated of the fruits of their victory in 1954,
    committed          to a cold war against “communism”,                                                                                             Ho Chi Minh and his colleagues probably had no                         government,         now
    support began to develop in America for the french                        ections.                                                                                                                                      decided to avert tl
                                                                                  The Geneva accords also allowed Vietnamese                          qualms about interfering           in affairs in the south. But
    colonial effort in Vietnam.                                                                                                                                                                                             intervention.       The P
                                                                              to transfer from one zone to another if they chose.                     plagued with internal difficulties            of their own and
        Following        Mao Tse Tung’s triumph in China in                                                                                                                                                                 of 1964 by sending
                                                                              A substantial       portion of the catholic community                   uncertain     about the success of the revolution               in
    1949 and the outbreak of the korean war in 1950,                                                                                                                                                                        into the territoria
                                                                              living in the northern         zone-roughly          three quart-       the South, they were slow to come to its assistance.
    the american           public tended to identify all com-                                                                                                                                                               Vietnamese         gover
                                                                               ers of a million people-emigrated               to the south so           After 1959, they began to send southern vietminh
    munists as part of an international                conspiracy        to                                                                                                                                                 Vietnamese comm;
                                                                              that they might live under a government                      headed     who had been regrouped in 1954 back to their local
    conquer the world.                                                                                                                                                                                                           Even after a nor
                                                                              by a fellow catholic rather than by the commun-                         communities        in the south to fight in the revolution.
        It was in this atmosphere          that the american gov-                                                                                                                                                            intercepted      sugges
                                                                              ist, Ho Chi Minh.                                                       In 1960 they helped the southern rebels to form the
    ernment began to finance the french effort in Viet-                                                                                                                                                                     on the destroyers.
                                                                                  It was largely these militantly            anti-communist           national liberation       front, a coalition of anti-Diem
    nam paying 80 percent of the military                   cost of the                                                                                                                                                      to penetrate nortl
                                                                               catholic emigres whom Diem drew upon to stafl                          groups under communist            leadership.
    war in the years from 1950 to 1954.                                                                                                                                                                                      this penetration         tl
                                                                              his government          and. who provided          the principal           North Vietnamese          assistance      was still limited,
                                                                                                                                                      however. As late as 1963, general Paul D. Harkins                     been attacked,          bu
                                                                              basis of support for that government.              ’                                                                                           place has never bet
    Accord            at Geneva                                                   In 1956, as the time for the elections came ant                     commander        of the american forces in Vietnam ad-
                                                                               went, Diem sent his appointees into the villages oj                    mitted:     “The guerrillas          are obviously      not being           The Johnson ad]
        In spite of american     aid, however,    the french                                                                                          reinforced     or supplied systematically            from North         by bombing North
     gave up the struggle in 1954 and agreed to settle                         the southern zone to replace the officials who hat
                                                                               previously     been locally elected. The unpopularity                  Vietnam, China or any other place. ”                                    introducing          into
     the conflict peaceably at an international       confer-                                                                                                                                                                 Tonkin resolution
     ence in Geneva, attended by the major powers of                           of the Saigon officials         in the villages, many oj
     the world.                                                                whom were corrupt,          was one condition leading tc              The military              game                                           up before any inc
                                                                               a resumption of the Vietnamese revolution.                                                                                                     ority “to take al
        The Geneva accords provided          for a ceasefire                                                                                             In the meantime,      the american    military    com-               any armed attack
    and regroupment      of military    forces into provis-                      A second condition was Diem’s effort to crush                        mitment in Vietnam was increasing.           At first the               States and to prev!
    ional northern   and southern zones, divided at the                       all political    opposition    to his government,         non-          United States simply trained the south Vietnamese                           Johnson refusec
     17th parallel.                                                           communist,      as well as communist.         The methods               army and supplied it with weapons. But after 1960                       of this authority
       Implementation       of the ceasefire     and regroup-                 used, destruction     of hostile villages, arbitrary        ar-         the number of military        personnel was increased                    mising the amer
    ment agreements         were to be overseen by an in-                     rest of suspected dissidents, concentration           camps,           ‘and gradually americans began to participate         more                going to send arnt
    ternational   control commission       composed of rep-                   executions,    etc., are those commonly           associated            and more in the war itself.                                              miles away frorr
    resentatives    from one western nation, Canada, one                      with communist       governments,       and make it clear                  By the beginning of 1965, there were 23,006 amer-                    ought to be doing I
    communist nation, Poland, and one neutral, India.                         that the Diem regime equalled Ho Chi Minh’s gov-                        ican military   personnel in Vietnam. As the United                         But in 1965 th
       The commission        was also to supervise the im-                    ernment in the northern          zone in ruthlessness      and          States ,commitment      grew in the early 1960’s there                   send large numb1
    plementation      of the political agreements       reached               brutality, if it did not surpass it.                                    was evidently     american     pressure on Canada for                    to Vietnam and
    at Geneva, which included nationwide           elections to                                                                                       greater support for her effort. Although Canada                          were more than
    be held in two years to establish a permanent viet-                          The former vietminh        whom Diem was trying to                   had with the other members of the international                          the same time t
    namese government.                                                        destroy renewed the revolutionary        struggle in the                control commission      allowed the United States and                    both North         Vie1
       By dividing the country into provisional            zones,              southern zone. The most spectacular       though not the               Diem to sabatoge the political terms of the accords                      areas in South Vie
    the accords prevented         the immediate      coming to                most significant     aspect of this revolution   was the                in 1956, the Canadian representative        did sign re-                    The justificatio
    power of a vietminh        government    for all Vietnam,                 rebels “terroristic”      attacks on the Saigon offic-                  ports in 1957 and 1962 condemning other american                         the war was a w
    which had seemed inevitable given the french un-                          ials in the villages.     This was simply rpart of the                  violations of the accords.                                               nam. As it turn
    willingness    to continue fighting. But the common                       larger struggle between the government           and the                   But squadron leader Hugh Campbell,             who ser-               own figure of th
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Hes is attempt
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9 face” in Viet-
:hey are even                                                                                                            The committee of the south Vietnamese assembly
                                                                                                                       which investigated          the elections
                                                                                                                       ;ixteen to three against their validation,
                                                                                                                                                                               and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 jut stalled on the american

                                                                                                                                                                                                 upport for the Saigon regime.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 willingness to abandon its policy of undeviating

oythevietnam                                                                                                           nilitary    junta had to exert all its influence to
                                                                                                                       <et the assembly to accept them.
                                                                                                                          In the spring of 1968 general Nguyen Cao Ky,
                                                                                                                       who arranged        the elections and was elected the
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Recently on a trip to Vietnam, president Nixon
                                                                                                                                                                                                 lamed the leader of that government,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Jan Thieu, as one of the great statesmen

                                                                                                                                                                                                           It seems obvious that the NLF and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 of our

d pedem                                                                                                                Iresident in them, told a european correspondent:
                                                                                                                        ‘Our last elections was a loss of time and money,
                                                                                                                       1 mockery.       They were useful to elect a regime
                                                                                                                       which is wrong and corrupted and weak.”
                                                                                                                          Ky might have added that the elections merely
                                                                                                                                                                                                 iorth Vietnamese will not agree to a settlement
                                                                                                                                                                                                 which includes
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Saigon regime.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the present

                                                                                                                                                                                                 The nam.e of the game
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 leadership     of the

                                                                                                                       confirmed in power a junta of military                   leaders              In the meantime              destruction         has continued
                                                                                                                       ncluding      himself      who fought with the french                      to rain down upon South Vietnam.
 from 1961 to 1963, has tes-            regular troops fighting in South Vietnam was 400                               n the war of independence             and are consequently                    Although the Nixon administration                    has reduced
ucted by his superiors    to            at the time of the american         escalation,     a time                     segarded by many Vietnamese as Benedict Arnold                             the numbers           of american           troops in Vietnam
Ins of the accords in that              when the United States already had 25,000 of its                               was by americans after their revolution.                                   slightly,    it continued        the policy of search-and
                                        own troops in Vietnam.           Moreover,      the claim                        Furthermore,        the elected government           like the            destroy missions until last august, when public
ed States began major es-               totally ignored the fact that Vietnam was one and                              governments      before it, is a government            of land-            pressure against the war forced it to minimize
urada fully supported the               not two countries.                                                             ords in a country           where there are large num-                     american casualties.
 the commission     and out                 The north Vietnamese       began to commit          their                  )ers of, landless peasants whose strongest                 desire             The bombing of South Vietnam has been in-
                                        troops in the south as the american                military                    s for land of their own to till.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  tensified.       By the end of this year the United
ed american military   sup-              buildups     continued,  though at a much slower                                  Finally, the government          is every bit as dicta-
                                                                                                                       torial and repressive           as the Diem regime was.                    States will have dropped more than twice the
  Saigon regime continued                rate.     In 1967, when the size of the american                                                                                                         tonnage of bombs it dropped                       in all theaters
t where the american gov-                force approached half a million men, the pentagon                             In violation of the constitution          the press is cen-
                                                                                                                       sored and enormous numbers of political persons                            throughout       world war II. B52 raids alone were
zed that Diem would lose                 estimated     that there were 50,000 to 60,000 north                                                                                                     reported       to have torn about “two-and-a-half
                                         Vietnamese troops fighting in the south.                                      are held without trial.
                                                                                                                           A recent      investigation      of south Vietnamese                   million holes forty-five               feet in diameter            and
laled that a new govern-                                                                                                                                                                          thirty-feet      deep-holes       that are now filled with
le in Saigon, leaders of                                                                                               prisons revealed among other things that torture
nd murdered          him and es-        Fun and more games                                                             is commonly         used to maintain         discipline,      that         water and are breeding
                                                                                                                                                                                                  mosquitoes. ”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          grounds       for malarial
   to rule in his place.                   As the magnitude of the war increased                           so too      large numbers of children are being held under
                                                                                                                       barbarous      conditions,      and that most of the pri-                     The United States is also engaging in an un-
gain ground,however,             and    did the damage to the society.                          The american
                                                                                                                       soners are not adherents of the NLF. Among the                             paralleled destruction           of land through the use of
   of victory. The american             policy of search-and-destroy                      missions      and in-
                                                                                                                       prisoners     is the‘ runner-up presidential          candidate            chemical agents. Last may senator Vance Hartke,
!d by president           Johnson,      discriminate          bombing of NLF-controlled                     areas                                                                                 on the basis of material supplied by the pentagon,
eat by a massive miliatry               demolished         villages,        killing and wounding com-                  in the elections        of 1967, Trong Dinh Dzu.               The         stated:     “By the end of the calendar year, if one
LS prepared in the summer               batants      and non-combatants                    alike and trans-            crime for which he was sentenced                    five years             projects      the figures,       the loss of croplands _(in
can destroyers         repeatedly       forming a substantial                 portion of the south viet-               was advocating peace talks with the NLF.                                   Vietnam)        will total more than half a million
rs claimed by the North                 namese into refugees.                                                                                                                                     acres, and the total acreage treated with destruc-
    near the site of a south               In the fall of 1967 a senate investigating                         com-
iid on the North.                       mittee estimated             the yearly toll of civilian cas-                 Strengthening                           the NLF                             tive chemicals will exceed three and a half million
                                                                                                                                                                                                  acres. ’ ’
namese message had been                 ualties in Vietnam at about 150,000 persons; the                                 The weaknesses           of the Saigon governmen:.              has         The permanent          ecological damage to the society
le probability       of an attack       total number of refugees at that time was estima-                             meant that as the society was more and more                                 aside, it is no wonder that South Vietnam has
  were ordered once more                ted at about four million persons, one fourth of                              ?olarized between the NLF and the government                                been converted         from an area which exported rice
 amese waters. Following                South Vietnam’s entire population.                      The committee         gy the intensified           revoluntionary         conflict,     NLF       to one which must import almost a million tons
 royers reported they had               concluded        from its investigations                 that most of         strength increased           in spite of the toll taken by                 yearly from the United States to survive.                          *And
 her an actual attack took              the casualties            and refugees were the result of                     american firepower.                                                        this is only a single aspect of the devasting effect
 Ily determined.                        american military action.                                                        By early 1968 the United States claimed                           to    the war has had in the Vietnamese economy and
 -ation however responded                  At about the same time the director, co-director                           have killed over a quarter of a million enemy                              culture.
 am for the first time and              and five other workers                     from the international             troops but the “enemy”                 was stronger than ever.                 What are the human facts behind these statis-
 ngress        the       gulf      of   volunteer        service        program         in South Vietnam,             This was forcibly          brought home in the Tet offen-                  tics?         A recent          american          friend     services
    it had apparently         drawn     who had spent years doing humanitarian                                work    sive in february          of 1968, in which virtually                all   committee          white paper on Vietnam,                  based on
  occurred,      giving it auth-        there, resigned in protest against american                           mili-   the cities of South Vietnam were attacked, several                         the reports of their workers in the countryside,
 ssary measures            to repel     tary policy. In a letter to president Johnson signed                          were captured          and one, the ancient capital of                     puts the matter             succinctly:          “the cumulative
 ;t the forces of the United            by forty-three            of the IVS workers                they wrote        Hue, was held for twenty-five                     days against a           result of U.S. involvement                (on top of 25 years of
 ;her aggression. ”                     that “to stay in Vietnam and remain silent is to                              bombing and artillery                 attack     which destroyed           warfare)        borders       not on Vietnam’s              salvation
  mmit himself on the use               fail to respond to the first need of the Vietnamese                           four-fifths     of the city.                                               but on its death.”
 f election campaign             pro-   people-peace.           ”                                                        The damage wrought not only to Hue but to                                   This is the consequence             of a decade and a half
  eople that “We are not                    “The war itself,”             they went on to say, “is an                 all of Vietnam during the Tet offensive surpassed                          of american intervention              in a civil war in a coun-
  boys nine or ten thousand             overwhelming            atrocity.”         According      to the letter,      everything       which had gone before. The comments                       try on the other side of the globe. The significant
  I to do what asian boys               the massive destruction                  in South Vietnam created             of an american         major about the city of Ben Tre                     question for the world community                       now reduces
  nselves. ’ ’                          a widespread            Vietnamese           hatred of the United             seemed        to characterize             the entire        american       itself to this: Shall the United States be allowed
  ministration     did begin to         States and the Saigon regime.                                                 effort      in Vietnam:           “It     became      necessary      to
                                                                                                                                                                                                 to kill South Vietnam in order to save its own
   american      combat troops             The efforts of the Saigon government                          to legi-     clrestro   y the   town   to   save   it. ‘I
  3 end of the year there               timatize itself do not appear to have offset this                                The Tet offensive also shattered the confidence
     fighting men there.           At   hatred.      The elections held under a new constitu-                         of the american       people in the ability of their                       by Chaplein                           Morrison
  ,ernment began to bomb                tion in the fall of 1967 were regarded as meaning-                            government       to achieve   a military     victory   in                  Chaplein                 Morrison                      is    an     associate                 professor                 of       his-

  and the NLF-controlled                less by a large portion of the south Vietnamese                               Vietnam      and precipitated   a financial     crisis in                  tory        at      Waterloo                     Lutheran                  University.                       This      feature
                                        population, because all serious contenders                          to the    The United States.                                                         basically                folio        ws        the         text     of        his        October              75     address

the new policy was that                 military      ticket were ruled off the ballot in ad-                            This eventually    drove the Johnson administra-                        to     supporters                      of      a moritorium                          on    American                   involve-

aggression by North Viet-               vance and because there were widespread irregu-                               tion to seek peace negotiations       through the halt-                    ment         in     the          affairs          of        the    Vientamese                       state.          lt is pres-

 however,  the pentagon’s               larities both during the campaign and in the elec-                            ing of the bombing of North Vietnam.          The peace                    ented             here           in         anticipation                  of         a    further             demonstra-

ber of north Vietnamese d               tion itself.                                                                  negotiations    began in Paris in the fall of 1968,                        tion     this       friday             november                    14.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              tuesday                    7 I november                       7969 f 10:30)                            499            7
                                                                                                                         This week in the
                                                                                                                  You may as well hit the books for the next week or so-the entertain-
                                                                                                              ment scene at uniwat looks pretty sad. The line-up is something like this:
                                                                                                                  TONIGHT--Snap-a-cap             pub in the campus          center sponsored by the
                                                                                                              class of 71.
                                                                                                                  TOMORROW-stage               band, a noon hour concert of modern music fea-
                                                                                                              turing jazz and rock, in the arts theater-sponsored                    by the creative arts
                                                                                                                  TOMORROW            AFTERNOON-Distinguished                  lecture    series features
                                                                                                              William J. Lederer speaking on America and the world. Lederer is the au-
                                                                                                              thor of The ugly american and A nation of sheep.
                                                                                                                  SATURDAY-a            dance in the food services building featuring The brass
                                                                                                             union. Starts at 8:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                  Movies in the Kitchener-Waterloo            area.are not exactly exciting either,
                                                                                                             except perhaps for A/ice’s restaurant which hopefully opens tomorrow.
                                                                                                                  LYRIC (124 King street, Kitchener,              742-0911). The Libertine closes to-
                                                                                                                  Hopefully,     A/ice’s    restaurant,   the movie version of Arlo Guthrie’s
                                                                                                             underground         hit record starts tomorrow.             Arlo plays himself in this
                                                                                                             chronicle       of how one happy-go-lucky           hippie fol-ksinger beats the draft.
                                                                                                             Arthur Penn of Bonnie and Clyde.fame directs
                                                                                                                  CAPITOL       (90 King east, Kitchener,          578-3800). A double bill of Three
                                                                                                             into two won’t go and Better a widow.
                                                                                                                 The former is a comedy about extra marital affairs starring Rod Stei-
                                                                                                              ger and Claire Bloom. Shortly after the film was produced, Steiger and
                                                                                                              Bloom announced the break-up of their own (real life) marriage. Better
                                                                                                             a widow is a so-called           comedy which flops badly. The body-beautiful                  of
                                                                                                              Virna Lisi, however overexposed             can’t even save this one.
                                                                                                                  FOX (161 King east, Kitchener,             745-7091) Despite rumours that Med-
                                                                                                             ium coo/ was to start this week, Easy rider is proving too great a box off-
                                                                 attention                                    ice success to pull out.
                                                                                                                  As we all know it’s the cool movie of the year with something for
                                                                                                              everyone-rock           music, souped-up bikes, drugs and disillusionment-
                                                                                                              which is probably why it’s cleaning up.
                                                                                                                  WATERLOO           (24 King north, Waterloo, 576-1550) You’ve got just two

                                                                graduates                                     more days to see The /ion in winter, the costume drama starring Peter
                                                                                                              O’Toole as Henry II and Katherine
                                                                                                              Aquitane. This is an over-acted
                                                                                                                                                                 Hepburn as his wife, Eleanor of
                                                                                                                                                          cheapie movie abounding in bad dialog
                                                                                                              and trivial intrigues. It’s an impressionistic             satirical summing up of the
                                                                                                               1914 war, loosely based on the Joan Littlewood stage show.
                                                                                                                  Director Attenborough          has brought together a star-studded            cast which
                                                                                                              includes among others, Laurence Olivier, John Mills, and Vanessa Red-
                                                                                                              grave. A few fresh ideas have been added by Attenborough                          which gen-
       Permanent    employment         interviews      will be in progress      from  Nov. 17-Dec.      5.    erally make for a good production.
                                                                                                                  ODEON (I2 King west, Kitchener, 742-9169). The battle of Britain a sup-
       If you have not signed       for employment         interviews,   you   must do so by Nov.     14,
                                                                                                              er production about the air war over England in the Longest day style clo-
       1969 in order to participate        in the Nov.- Dec. interviews.                                       ses tonight. It too has a star studded cast which includes Laurence Oli-
                                                                                                              vier, Michael Redgrave and Michael Caine.
                                             Placement      centre                                                Two Clint Eastwood movies open tomorrow.                   The good, the bad and the
                                                   6th Floor                                                  ugly is the last of the spaghetti            westerns, that made Eastwood a star.
                                         Math and Computer         Bldg.                                       Running about an hour too long it includes just about every cliche in the
                                                                                                                  From this point of view it’s one of the funniest movies playing right
                                                                                                                   Hang’em high is more or less along the lines of Eastwood’s                        earlier
                                                                                                               epics, except that it’s a Hollywood production.                  Old Clint actually has a
                                                                                                               name in this one and manages to change his expression a couple of times.
                                                                                                               He‘gets hung in the first five minutes of the movie, and after that the
                                                                                                               action never lags.
                                                                                                                   FAIRVIEW         (Fairview     shopping plaza, Kitchener,           578-0600) Back for
                                                                                                               the umpteenth time is Gone with the wind.
                                                                                                                   This classic, which first hit the screen in 1938, is one of the highest
                                                                                                               grossing movies in Hollywood history, right up there with Sound of mus-
                                                                                                               ic. It stars Clark Gable, Vivian Leigh and a host of others, many of whom
                                                                                                               have long since vanished from the face of this earth.

                                                                                                                               NOON CONCERT
                                                                                                                            StageBand - Modern Music
                                                                                                                                  featuring both
                                                                                                                               Jazz & Rock Stylings
                                                                                                                                 November 12th, 12:15P.M.
              AYLMER                             DONALD     DUCK                         TOP VALUE
                                                                                                                                    Admission -Free                                                       a
                                                 JUICES                                 SOUPS                                      Theatre of the Arts
                                                                                                                              ’ Wednesday November                   l&4: 15 p.m.
                                                                                                                                 co-author of “The Ugly American”
                                                                                                                                   Author of “A Nation of Sheep”
                                                                                               HI-C                              “America and the World:
                                                                                        FRU T                                       A New Direction”
    CREAM PIE                                                                           DRIP KS                          Admission-Lecture              series Card-50c at door
                                                                                      48 OZ.                                             Theatre of the Arts
                                                                                                                                   Autographing   session with
                                                                                                                                 William J. Ledefer, Author at
    Waterloo                                                                        Foodliner                                 the Bookstore, Nov. 13th 2-3:30 p.m.
       UNIVERSITY                                                                        AT KING

0   500 the Chevron
    The Easter egg
                                                                                                                                  c!h?        HOUR

    Plot ridiculous                                              but...
    by D. Bowden           Suits                        to queen’s bishop 4. A good move.
    Chevron staff                                          ( Mean while, the stepmother’s                               THE MOST         IN DRY     CLEANINIB
          The easter       egg, a play in three         sister is trying to trap her beau, a
    short. acts, was presented               thurs-     sadistic    and addlepated        anglican              25 UNIVERSITY AVENUE                                  EAST
    day night in the arts theater-ho                    clergyman,         into a proposal         of
    hum.                                                marriage.        He proposes,     and she                  <ONE HOUR SERVICE-
        After the first ten minutes                 I   accepts. )
    thought I had made a mistake-                          White now shores up his pa.wn                             NO EXTRA CHARGE
    surely I was witnessing               the first     structure      with pawn to queen’s
    rehearsal        of the play. But no, it            bishop 3. But black continues the
    was for real. I had the program                     attack with knight to queen’s bish-
    in my hands, and there was an au-                   op 3. White defends with knight to
    dience of fifty or sixty people                     king’s bishop 3, but black presses
     (which decreased expoentially                as    on with queen to knight 3! Another
    the intermissions
         Due to circumstances
                                                        good move.
                                                            (Apparently,      the young man is in
                                                                                                        Coupon                       Book Holders
    my control,          I was unable to slip           this confused mental state because
    away, and so I resigned myself to                   long ago he had witnessed his fath-
    paying halfhearted           attention to the       er’s suicide. For some reason an
    stage antics. The other half I turn-                ornate, glass easter egg was bur-                      Exchange couponsnow for
    ed toward trying to fill the vacuum                 ied, and for some other reason,
    which boredom always brings with                    only slightly more understandable,
    it.                                                 a dead cat was buried at the same
        I sat back, crossed my arms,                    spot. )
.   closed one eye, and tried to play a                    White feels he has time to pre-
    game of chess in my head. White                     pare for castling, and moves his
    moves pawn to king 4, and black,                    bishop to king 2. But black is not
    deciding upon the french defence,                   ready to quit yet, and there foll-
    moves pawn to king 3. The second                    ows: /pawn takes pawn.
    move is pretty much automatic.                          (But eventually        both the dead
    White:       pawn to queen 4. Black:                cat and the easter egg are dug up.
    pawn to queen 4.                                    Upon seeing the iatter, the young
         (Incidentally,      the play concerns          man is miraculously            cured and
    a 22-year old who is kept mentally                  proposes       marriage      to his step-
     imprisoned         by his money-hungry             mother’s sister, who accepts.
    and social-climbing           stepmother.)              The good guys win and the bad
         White sees the possibility           of es-     guys lose. The clever twist is that
     tablishing       a strong pawn position            all of them are quite obviously in-
     in enemy territory              and moves:          sane! )
     pawn to king 5. Black, however,
    attacks       white’s position by pawn
                                                            White responds, of course, with
                                                         pawn takes pawn.
                                                                                                                              Barrow Poets
                                                                                                                        November         28th, 8:00     p.m.
                                                                                                                           Theatre        of the Arts

                                                                                                        Unclaimed   tickets   will be released       after     5:00    p.m.   Nov.   27

      . ..ucting                            admirable
     by Bella Loon                                      truth in this otherwise          unbeliev-
    Chevron      staff                                  able play.
      St.     Aethewold’s    production      of             My main criticism         of this pro-
    The     easter   egg by Canadian play-              duction is aimed at the author ra-
    wright James Reaney is a change                     ther than the group.
    from the groups usual program of
    highly stylized morality plays. ’                       One method of getting ideas a-
        The easter egg, however,         is an           dross is to abstract them by means
    unfortunate    choice. James Reaney                 of symbols. Symbols are or should
    may be a great poet but a play de-                   be subconscious       emphases and re-
    mands more than beautiful verse.                     iteration of concrete themes.
    This play was saved from total ob-                      Unfortunately      Reaney has goof-
    scurity only by the acting ability                  ed in this area. His use of symbol-
    of the group and the admirable                      ism is heavy-handed         and self-con-
    direction of Judith Hinchcliffe.                    scious and one gets the feeling he
        The whole company worked hard                   is saying, “now I will use a symbol
    to make a smooth, total produc-                     of power, look everyone the neck-
    tion of Reaney’s choppy plot es-                    lace is a symbol of power.”
    pecially Saskia Tuyn as the widow                       Generally     the’ symbolism     is ill-
    and Kenneth Lavigue as the re-                      timed, does not follow logically or
    tarded son.
        Pat Connor maintained
    line between the maudlin and the
                                      the fine
                                                         fit smoothly. It tends to jump out
                                                        of context and bludgeon the audi-
                                                         ence (like the Chevron).
     farcical,   and was consequently
    able to convey honesty to lines
                                                            The play needs a number of re-
                                                         writes, or a co-author who under-
     such as “Oh Kenneth, you mustn’t                    stands      the difference       between
     be so cruel, you must always love                   good poetry and good theater.
     people”.                                               All in all, the actors and director
        Stephen Haller as Ira Hill, and                  admirably      made the most of a poor
     Fred Tierney        as George Sloan,                play. It is wonderful to make use
     both impotent      though in different              of Canadian talent, but surely there
     senses of the word, provided com-                    must be far better Canadian plays
     ic relief and the few touches of                     than this one.

                                                                                                                                 tuesday      1 I november       1969 (10:30)        501   9
 -SW strikers                                                        Students
                                                                                  who did not transfer
                                                                                                          to .end confrontation
                                                                                                                        to      “We were doing something                   we are                   PSA department,         and used its own ten-
     BURNABY          (CUP)-The           strike     at
 Simon Fraser         University      is over, but               special courses in other university                   de-   really interested in,” he said.                                        ure committee        to demote, fire or place
 the tribulations       of faculty and students                  partments-thereby           deserting       the strike         When      the survey         questionnaire           is             PSA professors on probation.
 in the department          of political science,                -will     not receive      academic        credit for       prepared,       Popkin       and his students                             Students and faculty           in the depart-
  sociology     and anthropology         may have                their work this semester.                                   will send letters to all students enrolled                            ment demanded that Strand and the ad-
 just begun.                                                        But the professors         were told by Sul-             in Popkin’s        original      course,      inviting                ministration      at least begin negotiations
     Approximately       150 PSA strikers voted                 livan Wednesday          they can “teach any-                them to aid in the survey work.                                       to reverse the decisions and remove the
  last tuesday to end their confrontation                        thing they want-it       is unofficial.”                       Popkin said his seven striking               collea-               administrative          trusteeship        imposed
  with the SFU administration,                41 dAys               Three of the professors           are still under        gues still face hearings           into their sus-                    prior to the tenure reversals.
  after administration         president      Kenneth            a court injunction           issued October            24   pensions by a committee                of the SFU                         Strand’s continued        refusal forced the
  Strand forced the conflict over restora-                       forbidding      the profs to “obstruct               any    board of governors,          and also face sim-                       strike, which at its peak was supported
  tion of autonomy to the only university                        campus facility.”                                           ultaneous dismissal proceedings.                                      by students in history, english and philo-
  department       in Canada which had in-                           Some of the PSA students have carried                       The hearings        are set to begin no-                          sophy with vocal support               from other
  stituted complete student parity.                              on studies since the beginning of the                       vember      17, over objections          that board                   university     departments       at Simon Fraser
     After the vote to end the strike, the                       strike anyway-in           counter       courses set        chairman      Richard’ Lester bas prejudged                           and across the country.
  eight faculty      offered to help students                    up to “provide      an alternative        to Strand’s       their cases.                                                             In Ottawa,      Strand had no comment
  catch up in their work-provided                     it         university.”                                                    Presumably,     the end of the PSA strike                        on the end of the strike-he                 said he
  did not violate suspension             regulations                 “The irony of it is that some of us are                 will also mean the end of the student                                had onl$ been informed                by telephone
  imposed on them two weeks after the                            working      harder on the counter               course     parity     arrangements           which      inspired                of the event.
  strike began September 24.                                     than we would have on the original,”                        the original      administrative         clampdown                        Strand was attending the annual con-
      But SFU arts dean Dale Sullivan                            said professor        Nathan        Popkin,       whose     on the department        last summer.                                 ference of the association             of universi-
   reminded the striker’s Wednesday of an                        class has carried         on a survey of ‘cana-                                                                                   ties and colleges of Canada, which lasted
   academic senate decision made October                          dian attitudes       toward        their Canadian              The administration         refused to accept
                                                                                                                              tenure recommendations              made by the                      from november 3 to 6. He was scheduled
   9, cancelling all but one PSA class taught                     identity    and toward         foreign economic                                                                                  to fly back to SFU friday.
   by suspended f acuity .                                        influences.                                                 parity student-faculty        committee         in the

   Diligent  campus   nature  watchers have discovered a veritable grassroots revolution among the campus wildlife. A pack of muskrats have inhabited                                                                                        the art@-
   ial sick;bay adjacent to the sterile infirmary. These anarch,istic night wanderers seem determined to stay despite physical-plant’s planning,

  AUCC non-committed                                                                                            bn undergrad                                                             currkdum
      OTTAWA (CUP)-Students           are          with prof Gerald McGuigan                on        University    and chairman       of the         free-school”           projects        modelled         tions of a necessary meritocracy              :”
  finding out more about life out-                 that point.                                        commission,       told a press con-            after       experiments           in american               “The only way to shake our-
  side the classroom         than inside              But they were not so willing                    ference following the commission.               universities.           Approximately            240    selves out of it,” he said, shrug-
  it, a University    of Toronto pro-                                                                    But the arts i and II program                first-year        students        at UBC en-            ging his shoulders,           “is to shake
                                                   to concede         his corollary       that
  fessor told the commission           on          “we are ignoring           the problems            at the university      of British Col-          rolled in the programs,                     which       ourselves out of it. ”
   undergraduate      curriculum       re-         we have to face, we can’t con-                     umbia-which        Healy used as an             demand three-fifths               of their cre-            A student from the new uni-
   forms at the association       of uni-                                                             example     of the kind of change               dit time be spent on a “theme-                         versity       of Quebec pointed out
                                                   tinue to view the university              in
   versities  and colleges of Canada               the old ways. ”                                    he meant, and which McGuigan                   oriented”            program          abolishing         the reason for the difficulty                in
   conference here Wednesday.                                                                         worked on and discussed in the                 normal         restrictions          of exams,          agreeing on reforms.
                                                      “We            change,                                                         rigid curricula        and lectures.                       “The question I’d like- to ask
      The 100 person at the commis-                and        sometime,;        fundemental           commission-was           not accepted
                                                                                                      as any kind of alternative       by the              McGuigan           described         it as        is, ‘what are yovr goals?“’                  he
  sion, one of seven which reported                change, is possible in Canadian                                                                    “merely        an alternative           channel         said.      “Once you answer that,
  to the plenary of the AUCC na-                   universities,”          Dennis      Healy,         delegates.
                                                                                                                                                      . . .so everybody doesn’t go through                   you can easily find the pedago-
  tional meeting thursday,        agreed           academic       vicepresident      at York             Arts    I and II are “semi-                 the same mold.”               Other delegates           gical      means       to achieve        what
                                                                                                                                                     said 3 valid evaluation                    of the       you want. ”
   In controversy                over      fired       Loyola         prof                                                                           project couldn’t be made because                            The administrators’           discussion
                                                                                                                                                     a random             sample hadn’t been                 was abstract,           he said, because

 Cops eject                                  student                           from                  setmte                                          used-the           students
                                                                                                                                                     in the program were volunteers.
                                                                                                                                                           “These people, even in a tra-
                                                                                                                                                                                        and faculty          “universities
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               such stu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           turning      out
     MONTREAL           (CUP)-A         meeting of the Loyola                    Nouvet again refused to leave at Shearer’s re-                      ditional course, would probably                         cheap labor for industry.”
  College senate degenerated                 into pandemonium                quest, but even senate members were visibly shock-                      have        done as well-certainly                          “Why       then are you talking
  thursday      as the college’s          administration     called          ed when seven police constables             turned up at the            better than the average student,”                       of changes            in undergraduate
  police onto the campus to eject student president                          meeting to cart the student president away.                             said one.                                               curriculum?         Do we need it?” he
  Marcel Nouvet.                                                                The police grabbed Nouvet-who              was linked arm-                 Their       statistical          approach         concluded.
     But an angry group of more than 50 students,                            in-arm      with his brother and his mother,               Loyola       stymied        concrete         discussion         of       Healy later told the press con-
  crowded outside the senate room, blocking police                           professor       Margaret     Anderson-and         Hauled him’           the kinds of change the, dele-                          ference       the only recommenda-
  attempts to carry the handcuffed                president out of           to the door ini handcuffs            amidst      rapidly-grow-          gates saw as possible or neces-                         tion to come out of the commis-
  the building.                                                              ing chaos.                                                              sary in undergraduate                 curricula.        sion was a resolution“              that cur-
      Loyola officials,      trapped in the meeting, finally                    But students       outside the chambers,          screaming                For example,            C.B. MacPher-             riculum        changes     be attempted
  agreed to call off the -police if Nouvet dispersed                         for Nouvet’s release, would not let police take him                     son, U of T political                    science        by some body widely represen-
  the crowd and stayed off campus until friday.                              to their cars, and inside the senate meeting, fac-                      prof, summed up his criteria                     for    tative of the university               comm-
      The grotesque        scenario     began as dean of stu-                ulty and students implored            Shearer to withdraw               breaking         through        “the restric-           unity.”
   dents Roderick         Shearer accused Nouvet of dis-                     the police.
   rupting the meeting,           called to defend a clamp-                      After 20 minutes of confusion,          the dean of stu-
   down on protests in support of dismissed
   professor     S.A. Santhanam.
   dictum was issued Wednesday,
                                             The administration
                                                 after Santhanam
                                                                              dents agreed to set Nouvet free and promised
                                                                             charges would be laid against him.
                                                                                 By the time things settled down, three senators
                                                                                                                                                    1        Are you a secretary?
                                                                             had walked out of the meeting, and several pro-                               Alienated? Irritated?  Frustrated?  University secretary?
   refused an administration            offer of $10,000 and the
                                                                              fessors have since indicated they will resign from                           A uniwat student and former secretary is interested in hearing
. rest of a $16,000 grant to leave the campus.
                                                                              the body over the incident.                                                complaints,  and comments from on-campus secretaries.
      From a gallery seat, Nouvet angered senators
   by interrupting      their debate, and refused to leave                       Nouvet,     in defiance     of last Wednesday’s            pro-           Judy Wells, arts 1, can be contacted at 578-8118 from 3pm to
                                                                             hibition against protests, has called a mass m_eet-                         midnight, today and tomorrow.
   the meeting at the request of administration                 pre-
   sident Patrick Malone.                                                     ing of students for November 12.

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        ’ Realitv of remembratice
            Probably the. true sign,ficance          came a nation on Vimy Ridge.
         of remembrance     day is being dem-          That’s the sort of myth that will
         onstrated     today in the United           be remembered today.
         States where the Vietnam         war
         hawks are calling for support of               The Canadians (or americans,
         their fighting men and, in particu-         britons, germans, french or rus-
         lar, Richard Nixon.                         sians) who fought but survived
                                                     will have perceived the soldiers of
             They are calling for the support        the opposing country as their ene-
          of a political leader who uses as          my as they fought to preserve
          one of his main sources of political       their particular    form of freedom,
          support a “southern strategy” and          economy and fatherland.                ,
          “law     and order”-thinly-veiled
          racism.       .                                They did not then--nor     are they
                                                     apt to now-perceive       their enemy
             They are calling for the support        to be a particular mythical defini-
         of a policy of war in the name of           tion of freedom, a particular      con-
         the ideals of the nation.                   cept of fatherland or a particular
        , They are calling for the support           system of econo-my.
         of the conduct of a war that has its.
         roo,ts in an economic policy of                The definitions,     concepts and
         temporary        booming      prosperity    systems of the opposing countries
         through a vigorous industrial-mil-          were remarkably similar.
         itary complex in particular           and                        * * *
         foreign exploitation in general.                While the powers that fought in
             They are calling for support of         the imperial    wars known as the
         these policies in the name of those         first and second world wars had
          who have given their lives for the         the same basic beliefs, a small
          same policies-the       policies of the    vociferous minority held a differ-
          fatherland.                                ent view.
            The fatherland    in this case is           The russian socialists who with-
         America-land      of the free, home         drew from the first imperial world
         of the brave, etc. But it could eas-        war to have a revolution were able.                                “lsn ‘t it wonderful,      brothers-he       died so you and I might Zire. ”
         ily have been nazi germany.                 to do so largely because the war
                                                     raised the people’s consciousness
                         * * *
        . The only human reality of re-
                                                     to=understand the folly of their sys-
                                                     tem.          .
                                                                                                                Great. Silent majorities
        membrance      day is the senseless                                                                   Richard Nixon’s much-publiciz-                 as it provided them with the same
        death of the pawns of the game                  Unfortunately, the people’s in-                   ed speech on Vietnam openly ap-                    standard of living and at least a
        played by the ruling groups of op-!          fluence waned and Stalin wasn’t
                                                     much better than the imperialists                    pealed to the great silent majority                theoretical chance for “those who
        posing societies.                                                                                 to support him.                                    work hard” to get ahead.
                                                     who waged the second world war.
           Certainly   the nazi aggresssors                                                                   Well, how .did he hope to solve                   The only other thing necessary
        had to be stopped-but    by the peo-            A second example is the people                    the internal contradiction        of a sil-        would be well-controlled         mass me-
        ple of another country whose gov-            of Vietnam. They have fought one                     ent majority       executing some act              dia:            ’
        ernment and whose economic and               imperial   power after another. in                   of support?                                           But the media are well-controll-
        social policies are no better?                search of real freedom. No mere                         They could go out and physically               ed now and probably are largely
                                                     patriotism, no totalitarian manip-                   try to silence the small vocal min-                responsible       for the existence of
           The first-world war was no diff-          ulation would make such a pro-                       ority. The ,great silent majority                  the great silent majority. Remem-
         erent-it    was a mere game be-             longed struggle possible.                            would be able to retain its identity               ber those mildly           anti-establish-
         tween ruling groups.                                                                             by definition      as the opposite of              ment liberals, the Smothers bro-
                                                        In his speech a week ago, Rich-                   the small vociferous minority, if                  thers? . Y
            \Both world wars were only pro-          ard Nixon told the great silent ma-
         ducts of the economic conditions                                                                 not in-reality.                                       Only rarely in history has the
                                                     jority Let us be united for peace.                       The great silent majority could                great     silent      majority     escaped
         of the times and the policies of the        Let us also be united              against   de-
         people holding economic and polit-                                                               go out and vote in the off-year el-                manipulation        to be really heard.
                                                     feat.     Because      /et us understand:            ections the next day for the pro-                  And in no society is it yet in real
         ical power.                                 North       Vietnam       cannot     defeat     or   Nixon, pro-war candidates. Dicky                   control of its own destiny.
             War in such a situation is only         humiliate        the, United     States.    Only     managed a tricky play here, since                     The democracy of Richard Nix-
         escalated competition.      The only        americans        can do that.                        free primetime           television      the       on is based on a great silent ma-
         real losers are the pawns-in-                That was unintentional           satire:            night before the election is hard to               jority.. .and it’s a farce.
         stead of being just a wage-slave         the democratic rhetoric of the Un-                      compete with.                                         It can be manipulated             at the
         for a living, some of the workers        ited States was defeated and hum-                           Most importantly,       the great sil-          whim of those who hold political
         have to risk getting killed for a liv-   iliated long ago by americans,                          ent majority could go back to what                 and economic power.
         ing.      +                              and the determination          of the Viet-             it’s most useful for-being         silent. . .        It can silently send thousands of
                                                                                                          working,. consuming, believing in                  telegrams to support Nixon, but it
             Every world power involved in namese people continues this de-
.                                                 feat and humiliation today.                             the american way.                                  could never, never be seen in the
         the world wars was an imperial                                                                       In 200 years, the american peo-                 streets.
         power, pursuing whatever colonial             In the same speech, Nixon reit-                    ple have been transformed from a                       For the great unwashed, the
         interests it could get away with.         erated the domino theory-if            Viet-           group that fought a revolution be-                  workingman,         the dedicated stu-
             The only social issue involved        nam falls to the tommies, so will                      cause they weren’t consulted a-                     dent, the ordinary Joe will always
          was the massacre of the jews in the rest of the area-a theory that                              bout a tax on tea to a mass of                     .be at the politicians’,       the bosses’
          Germany-the         extent of which      has excused U.S. imperial              pres-           manipulated human commodity.                       or the administration           presidents’
          was not known until the war was ence in the, entire area in question.                               It is a serious possibility that the            command until they take control
          over anyway.                                                                                    great silent majority          would ac-            of their society and continually be ’
                                                      Half a dozen times, Nixon told
             Racism may not be as blatant in the silent majority he had a plan                             cept open totalitarianism          as long         vocal to keep it.
          the morally upright countries that      to win America’s           peace in Viet-
          fought Germany, but their oppres-       nam.
          sion of minorities in other ways is
          probably just as immoral.                     He did not, tell them what his
                                                    plan was, he just asked them to                        Canadian       University    Press (CUP) member, Underground Syndicate (UPS) member, Libera-
                                                                                                            tion News Service (LNS) and Chevron International News Service (GINS) subscribers. The Chev
              Dick Gregory points ‘out that         support him SO that the peace and                       ron is published tuesdays and-fridays by the publications board of the Federation of Students
          after the war a german soldier           freedom      of millions    of pe‘ople    on              (inc.), University of Waterloo.     Content is independent of the publications board, the student
    -      who could have killed Gregory’s         this earth (would      not be) suffocated                council and the university administration.      Offices in the campus center, phone (519) 578-7070
           father in the war could buy a home ( b y th e f o&es of totalitarianism.                         or university local 3443; telex 0295-748; circulation 12,500; editor-inchief   - Bob Verdun.
                                                                                              -             The AUCC conference had nothing to say on page 1, waffled on page 4, decided nothing on page
           in an american neighborhood that                                                                 5 and was noncommittal        on page 10. One could hedge and suggest that perhaps the AUCC con-
           barred Gregory.                              On remembrance         day 1969, are                ference people might have had problems making up their collective administration-type        minds.
                                                                                                          * Being very definite in this issue: Bella Loon, Bob Epp and Anita’.for putting up with the late
                                         k          we to forget that silent obedience                      hours he keeps, Allen Class, Jfrn Dunlop, Pete Marshall, Peter Armstrong, Una O’Callaghan, Alex
                           * * *                    to military    power at home or a-                      Smith, David X, Eleanor Hyodo, Tom Purdy, reNato ciOlfi, Brenda Wilson, dumdum jones, D.
                                                                                                            Bowden Suits, Sue Burns, Alex O’Grady who’s doing okay for a cub reporter, Nigel Burnett,-and
             Historian    D.J. Goodspeed       in broad is in itself part of totalitar-                     certainly least Jim Bowman and thanx to CUP for filling the space between the ads and Dave X
          The roadpast    Vimy said Canada be-      ianism?
                                                        ’                                                  *isn’t getting credit for his pits on pages 1 and 10 because he bitched so much about doing them.

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                                                                                   Of mind-feeding.
                   Delegates    Must Be Prepared To Submit A                       Selective food,
                                Seminar Presentation                               That stagnates                                                                                              by Jean Anouilh
                                                                                   With reason,                                                                                                Thurs., Nov. 20th
                        Lectures           will    include:            .           Or truth.
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         1.   Forces     that made the                 revolution    in china      Which blind me from                          -
              Revolution      in China
              China and the west
                                                                                   Seeing, thinking, doing.
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                                 November       14,1969.                           Grade by grade,
                                                                                   I am programmed,
                                                                                   To a great Happening,
                                                                                   In which nothing happens.
                                                                                   Justice, thinking, happiness,
                                                                                   Are out, waiting for

     what do you                                                                                                                       remember?
                                                                                   Some museum case.
                                                                                    Hunger, war, suffering,
                                                                                    Are in, the Now,
                                                                                    The Pepsi Generation.
                                                                                    At the Great Auction,
                                                                                    They’ll bid for me,
                                                                             .,     My program.
                                                                                    Who, Where, How Much?
                                                                                    Not what, or why.
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                                                                                      can puke up my food,                      z

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                                                                                    For those foot-ball     legs?

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         $ Gas For less $                                                           Who peeped
                                                                                    Into a wounded corner,
                                                                                    And saw a cloud of locusts
                                                                                    Gather in the golden paddy?
                                                                                    Rooted his hair in mud,
                                                                                    Where hair grew long
                          GRAHAM                                                    And sad as willows,
                                                                                    Where the jambu and lovi
                                                                                    Bled in the green bush?

                                                                                    Who fell among thieves
               4                                                                    On an island of rock
                                                                                    That flamed at its core,
                                                                                    Where the blue water
                                                                                    Only nibbled
                                                                                    At its iron sides?
                                                                                    Or was his feet still going;
                                                                                    Going on that road,
                               locations      To Serve You                          Every cobble-stone
                                                                                    A tongue of flame
                        -Brideport     Rd. opposite Towers                          Thrusting and twisting
                                                                                    And turning
                                            46.9c                                   Towards the empty palace
                                                                                    On the hill
                                                                                    Where the angry gods
                       -Park St. at Uniroyal                                        Had played their rituals
                       -Courtland at sterling                                       And left nothing
                       -King St. E. - just before Fairview            Rd.           But limbs of clay?

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