People: Feb. 9, 1970

The Canadian House of Commons was wading through the question period, but Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau was hardly preoccupied by the proceedings. No wonder: among the spectators sat his date for the week, Barbra Streisand. Pierre's uninterest in the rhetoric was so apparent that one M.P. prefaced a question by hemming: "If the Prime Minister can take his eyes and his mind off the visitors' gallery . . ."

After Amherst, anchors aweigh! A sensible decision for any draft-eligible student, but in the case of David Eisenhower, Ike's grandson, enlistment in the Naval Reserve...

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