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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Chicago, IllinoisA student newspaper serving Lollini for nearly a Century ninety fourth year twelve pages Urbana Champaign Illinois saturday May 22, 1965 five cents number 156 raids foil Saigon South Viet Nam up a assassination of key vietnamese civilian and military leaders was officially described Friday As one aim of a plot crushed through a series of overnight raids. Premier Phan Huy Quat declared Viet Cong elements As Well As chronic vietnamese dissidents were involved. A vietnamese spokesman said the Zero hour for launching of the conspiracy to topple the government and the military High command was 11 . Thursday. But Loyal forces got wind of it in the afternoon and launched Swift counteraction. One rebel officer capt. Huynh Tan Hung was shot dead and 33 suspects were arrested in the Roundup. The spokesman said Hung was killed trying to escape. Hunt rebel Leader hunted As the Leader of this third attempted uprising in the last eight months was col. Pham Ngoc thao a former press officer at the vietnamese embassy in Washington. Also wanted is Brig. Viet plot plan Gen. Lam Van Phat. Both Are under death sentences imposed in absent a for past antigovernment activities. They Are believed to be hiding in the Saigon area. Quat charged that Viet Cong elements took part in the conspiracy along with ringleaders of the abortive coups of both feb. 19 and last sept. 13. American sources said however they know of no evidence that the Viet Cong was in on the plot. The Premier himself offered no details. Fire at ambassador ambassador Maxwell d. Taylor informed about the developments went ahead with a planned visit to u. S. Marines at Danang 380 Miles Northeast of Saigon. In route somebody fired a Bullet into the nose of Taylor a Jet plane but none in his party was Hurt and no repairs were required. A Viet Cong squad ambushed three jeep loads of a a. S. Marines four Miles from the Danang air base and a Marine lieutenant suffered a Chest wound in the ensuing firefight. Three vietnamese women who saw the engagement said eight guerrillas were involved. About 75 u. S. And South Viet namese warplanes pressed the air War against communist North Viet Nam. Press air strikes a military spokesman announced these details a military Barracks about 200 Miles South of Hanoi was a target of 44 u. S. And vietnamese a sky raiders. They set the Barracks afire. A radar site on Hon Hieu Island also was hit. Twenty five u. S. Planes though encountering heavy antiaircraft fire damaged three 80-foot vessels sailing on a la Iver near Vinh 160 Miles South of Hanoi. Farther North four u. S. Navy planes left one boat burning fiercely and another smoking on the Lacht Huong Giang River. Two Navy sky Hawks Sank a 50-foot canal Barge 130 Miles South of Hanoi damaged two other barges and three Railroad cars and blasted apart the tracks on a Railroad Bridge. All the raiders returned. The ground War was marked by three clashes Between government militiamen and Viet Cong bands in provinces North of Saigon. With Indian lore talk hands and feet Fly As dancers John Casserley and Nadine Foote perform Quot plunder Tanz Quot choreographed by Marsha Palu Dan at Friday s dance concert of student works sponsored by the women s physical education department. Staff photo by Dale Lehman at dance concert. Rae Mcdowell daily Blini reviewer a evening of varied entertainment marked Friday nights dance concert presented by the dance division of the department of physical education for women. Ten students who choreographed and performed dances provided the Lincoln Hall audience with an evening of enjoyable and interesting viewing Friday night As the show moved from humor to seriousness is a Well balanced production. A plunder Tanzy by Marsha Palu Dan opened the program on a Gay and colourful note. The dancers captured the Hearty spirit of a a plunderers through their spirited and Lively execution of the delightful movements Meg Harper in her subtly humorous dance a by the Bird Stephanie Brunner in a that old bag a a More broadly humorous piece set to the music of Spike Jones exhibited their flair for comic movement and style. Some of Tho dances particularly a the Feather merchants by miss Harper and Terry Temaner and a in the time of darkness by miss Brunner lacked sufficient direction and dynamic contrast to be highly effective. On the other hand a a Ricercare by Temaner and a a shadows by miss Harper contained Nice use of space contrast and build and dynamics and a. Good relationship of dance to music. A pm piastra a danced in silence by miss Paladin also the choreographer showed effective use of space focus and concentration. Today a weather today will be partly Cloudy and cooler with a High around 80. Generally fair skies and continued tool temperatures will prevail saturday night and sunday though there is a Chance of a few thundershowers sunday afternoon or night. The Low saturday night will be in the v lower 60s. The dance built to a Well defined Point and diminished nicely from there. A one v. And another gave miss Brunner a Chance to display a More serious Side and she proved to be just As capable As a choreographer of Lyric movement. Contrast and Harmony with the music were employed and she achieved some unusual line designs. Without exception the dances were Well executed and showed the effects of careful work and much rehearsal. On the whole it was a outstanding exhibition of student ability. Merc week merc week menus economic recovery week begins monday. The daily Illi Iti initiated this Noble Effort in order to give the men on Campus a financial break at the end of a Long costly school year. Women May commence planning various stratagem with which to ensnare any unwary male which they have been aware of this semester. Semen watch out the Freedom you save May be your own by Jim Cannon daily Blini staff writer Robert Finfrock an expert on american Indian lore was the principal speaker at the family camping show last night and gave the audience an interesting insight into the life of the a a original americans. One of the most interesting details was brought out by Finfrock concerning the Algonquin tribes which inhabited Illinois and their infamous defeat at starved Rock. A at this time there had existed groups of Allied Indian tribes a said Finfrock. A immediately before this Battle however the Iroquois tribe had invaded the Algonquin area and Defeated Finfrock then explained that because of this defeat the Algonquin tribes prestige was diminished and Many of their allies were lost. It was because the Battle at starved Rock took place at this time that the algonquins did not receive any Aid from neighbouring tribes he said. Finfrock also stated that he disagreed with the theory that the american Indian migrated to this country by crossing the Bering Straits. He pointed out that arrowheads. A common yet widely explored source of history have been found imbedded in the skeletons of the ancient Mammoth elephants a this proves that the Indian has uninhabited our country for Many thousands of years a he said. A Only last week i was talking to chief whirling Thunder who came Here for ill Oskee a said Finfrock a according to the stories handed now taking reservations Hendrick House luxury dormitory for single undergraduate men you will enjoy air conditioning double rooms with adjoining Baths excellent food recreation facilities Ideal study conditions for information Call 356-3344 Down from Mouth to Mouth in his tribe he too thinks that the american Indian existed for centuries before the europeans Finfrock pointed out that the Northeast Woodland indians were a the most progressive and most advanced of All the american he gave examples of their system of politics and economics to Back up this statement. A much of the information that we have obtained on the Indian has come from the experiences of the Early French fur trappers some of whom kept diaries a said Finfrock. Finfrock also stated that the French were the ones who instigated the Early wars among the Indian tribes. A they would get the Iroquois and the algonquins to compete by tween themselves for bringing in pelts a he said. A naturally this led to fights Over the rights of the other tribe to trap furs in certain areas a said Finfrock. He also stated that the French gave the indians their first taste of Victory Over the a White Many in the French Indian War. A once the French pulled out of the War to take care of their own troubles Back Home however the East coast indians began to lose a he said. A eventually they were pushed Back past the Mississippi and allowed to live on reservations in the Kansas area a said Finfrock. A but when we discovered that the Plains of Kansas were Fertile and capable of producing great quantities of wheat the government relegated them to the scorched Sands of Oklahoma a he said. A i think that it is Only just that Oil has now been discovered on Many of their reservations a said Finfrock. A quartet of campers prepares a suckling pig for the spit As dozens of campers set up their units in la line Grove for a weekend show of outdoor living equipment. Staff photo by Smith
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