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-'AGE' TWO

l' HE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1967

PAGE TWO CUE MIChIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1967

COLLEGE REPUBLICAN TALK:
Scott Foresees Republican Victories

By RICHARD WINTER

much obstruction" in the party,

Sen. Hugh Scott (R-Penn) said which has served to alienate some
yesterday that "Republicans are people, and has been uninviting to
again climbing the mountain to other potential party joiners. "We
,,i n~nrv °°must be more invitational to all."

Vic uol y.

Speaking before a meeting o
the College Republican Club, Scot
said that Republicans again hav
the initiative in national politic
but to secure a victory, they mus
realize that they are still the min
ority party.
Scott cited several reasons fo
this now impetus. He said that th
Republicans have the image o
being a "young party with ne'
ideas. We now have twenty-fiv
good Republican governors in of
fice."
Republicans in Congress hav
offered some good sound legisla
tion, including tax relief for par
ents of college students, he saic
For those students working thei
way through college, a plan fo
state sharing of federal incom
tax, and plans for revisions in th
Social Security Law are now in th
hopper.
"In the past." he said, "we hav
missed opportunities by taking to
much for granted in thinking w
were the majority party. Ther
has been too much negativism, to

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, He also said that Republicans3
"must take advantage of the Dem-1
ocratic fumblings."
The Republicans can learn les-
sons from past mistakes on which
to improve themselves, Scott im-'
plied. Presidency, and for all of-
fices, candidates who say that we
deserve to win. Their campaigns
must be issue-oriented, and the
eandidates ust hnvp£e0deas.,,

Foreign Musicians THE Ui\VE-RSJTY OF AllCHIGA(N
F eM s SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DEPARTMENT OFART
To Play Classics OPERA:
By TONI PRATT will be heard "Juarter Op. 64, No. GDE
Three musical groups-the Boro- 4," by Haydn; "Guitar Quintet"
din String Quartet, the Stockholm1 b y Castelnuovo-Tedesco: a n d
Kyndel String Quartet, and Trio "Quartet No. 4" by Bartok.JL _r' )k A
Italaiano D'Archi-will perform The final concert at 2:30 p.m.
in the Chamber Music Festival on on Sunday wil display the talents (English translation by Josef Blatt)
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. of the Trio Italiano D'Archi from
Rome. This is the first trip to the February 23 through 26, 8 P.M. 4
The first performance will feat- United States for the Trio (violin-
eThe firsBpeorance feat- ists Franco Gulli and Bruno Giu- LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
ure the Borodin Quartet from nnadcelsGitoCrma
Moscow. Composed of Rotislaw ranna and cellist Giato Caramia) Box Office opens February 20, 12:30 P.M.
Dubincky and Yaroslav Alexan- since 1982, although they all haveBe
drov, violins, Dimitri Sheb appeared separately since that Tickets $2.75. Mail orders accepted now. Make Checks payable to 4
viola, and Valentin Berlinsky,b ocherini; DTio by Petrassi; "UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN"
cello, the group has been in exist- itK
ence for 20 years, and has played ,and "Divertimento in E-flat, Send self-addressed stamped envelope to "School of Music Opera"
more than 1,500 concerts in Rus- 563 by Mozart composes this Lydia Mendelssohn Box Office
sia, Eastern and Western Europe.
Their first American tour took The Festival is sponsored by the Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
place in 1964. The program will University Musical Society. Tickets
consist of "Quartet No. 2 in D for the series or for single events Specia rates for students on February 23 and 26.
are available at the Society's of-A
major" by Borodin; "Quartet, in fie i Bt Towe Societ s f
F minor, Op. 95," by Beethoven; -

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7e Earlier in the day, Scott "drop-
- ped in" on Gov. George Romney's
prss conference in Lansing, where
e he described Romney as "the ob-
. vious leader of the Republicans"E
- in the race for the party's presi-
d dential nomination. He finds,
ir Romney "the front runner whom!

SEN. HUGH SCOTT (R-Penn.) spoke yesterday to the University
Young Republicans

r we all admire very much." and "Quartet No. 3 in F major,
e When questioned on Romney's , Op. 73," by Shostakovich.
te hesitancy to take firm stands on The Stockholm Kyndel String
e various isues, Scott replied that Quartet will perform at 8:30 p.m.
"Romney is doing the right thing, on Feb. 18 with classical guitarist
e It would be foolish for him to Konrad Ragosshig. Making their
o commit himself on issues now, third cross-country tour in three
ve when these commitments might years are Otto Kyndel and Gert
re become buried in a February snow Crafford, violins, Kurt Lewis, viola,
o drift." and Folke Bramme, cello. This
group is noted for performing a
wide repetoire embracing the clas-
sics, the modern and the avant-
~ ______________________ garde, as well as Scandinavian
Ichamber music. At this concer't

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State Department Reveals Ties
Of NSA-CIA Extend Ten Years

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"Cybernetic Challenge hteUniersity"
* DR. JOHN WEISS, Asst. Prof. of European History
of Wayne State University
"Wanted: A Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Undergradutes"

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(Continued from Page 1) influence NSA decisions and views.
in years before Vietnam was a Groves' statement said "NSA re-
prime issue. ceives project grants from many
Allen' Dulles, deputy director government sources such as the
and then director of the CIA in the Office of Economic Opportunity,
1951-1961 period, declined to dis- the National Institute of Mental
Cuss any specifics of the case Health and the State Department.
when reached by telephone. But clandestine subsidy could no
Dulles said he must have been longer be tolerated."
aware of the decision to partially Groves said that in 1965 the
finance NSA "because it took place NSA was provided with rent-free
while I was there. . . . I was aware headquarters in Washington and
that we were active in the stu- that it was given $20,000 to fur-
dent movement trying to check- nish the town house.
mate the various Soviet attempts Bank Holds Mortgage
to take over the student movement The mortgage is held by the
for communism." First National Bank of Washing-
Subsidy Began in 1950's ton on behalf of the NSA and the
Sources said the subsidy was Independence Foundation in Bos-
established and maintained at a ton, which makes all payments.
time when Communist govern- The coming Ramparts article
rnents were sponsoring a' host of will reportedly name the Inde-
international student congresses, pendence Foundation as one of
particularly in Asia, Latin America the five groups handling the CIA
and Africa. accounts for NSA.
American students, notably'the Groves and Stearns said that
NSA, felt a need to counteract this Ramparts originally received its
activity and to express effectively information from Michael Wood,
their own ideas abroad. The Coin- an employe of NSA who was fired
munist students were well flI- -------
nanced from official sources. The
American students were handi- O rder
capped by lack of funds.
Private contributions were insuf- \/ u
ficient. Hence the agreement the
NSA and the U.S. government that .
the government would help sup- Ubscription
port the NSA effort. Public gov-P
ernmental support for NSA activi- T d"
ties abroad would have opeined
NSA to attacks as an instrument
of government, according to of- 764-0558 .
ficials. _____
Officials said it would be unfair - - ----
to accuse the students of having
been propagandists or to accuse
the government of attempting to The Michigan Dail
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in September. The phasing-out op-
erations began under Philip Sher-
burne, NSA president b e f o r e
Groves, when Wood was director
of development.
Groves said he had met recent-
ly with Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey in an attempt to pro-
cure new funds for the organiza-
tion from large corporations and
foundations.
"The CIA was just interested
in getting the United States' point
of view across at these confer-
ences," Stearns said. He denied
that the U.S. reperesentatives were
picked by the CIA or that they
had to meet any ideological test.
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Oh No,
Not Another
Musket!
Yes, and
This Time

Sunday, Feb.

19, Aud. A 2:30 P.M.

DR. ROGER WESCOTT, Chairman of the
Anthropology Dept. of Drew University
"A Coenetic Approach to Communications
Problems"

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Shows at
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Sunday,

Feb. 26, Aud. A, 2:30 P.M.

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Across
Campus
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15
7 and 9:15 p.m.-This week Cin-.
ema II will sponsor "Help!" (Bea-
tIes) and "Mars. Attacks the
World" (Flash Gordon) in Audi-
torium A.
3:00 p.m,-David Halberstam,
foreign correspondent for the New
York Times will give a lecture in
journalism, "An American Cor-
repoindent Behind the Iron Cur-
tain" in Kellogg Auditorium.
7 and 9:05 p.m.'Cinema Guild
presents its Experimental Series=
Program in the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-School of Music pre-
sents a concert, "Contemporary
Directions" in Hill Aud.

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MOTHERS FOR A MORAL AMERICA
WITH A SPECIAL
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FLASH GORDON
in
MARS ATTACKS THE WORLD
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