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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April +6,.1972

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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, April 6, 1972

BOYCOTT CONTINUES:
CSJ to decide on
vote fraud charges

Computer to play in chess
tournament this weekend

Judge rules city pot
law unconstitutional

By DAN BIDDLE
The Central Student Judiciary
(CSJ) decided last night to con-
sider a charge of "gross fraud" in
the recent SGC elections at a full
hearing next week.
The charge, brought by SGC
member Joel Silverstein of the
Radical People's Coalition (RPC),
accuses Elections Director David
Schaper of "violating the Elections
Code as regards interfering with
the lawful and orderly voting of
students and the proper account-
ing of all ballots."
Meanwhile five members of the
Council continued their boycott of
"any and all SGC meetings until
all fraud charges are resolved,"
thus preventing a two-thirds quor-
N. Vlets step
up offensive
(Continued from Page 1)
from their rear flank, around the
provincial capital of Quang Tri.
Refugees from the war zone
were streaming into Hue, where
they were given a loaf of French
bread and some wheat by govern-
ment relief workers.
Officers at the northern defen-
sive river line town of Dong Ha,
said 130mm artillery guns had
been sighted at two abandoned
South Vietnamese fire bases, Alpha
4 and Charlie 2. These heavy guns
have a range of 16 miles.
Gen. Vu Van Giai, commander
of Quang Tri province, said the
primary target now is Quang Tri.
He also acknowledged that the
North Vietnamese are capable of
attacking Hue, the capital of Thua
Thien Province 33 miles southeast
of Quang Tri. Fighting was re-
ported west of Hue and some U.S.
officers thought it also was a
prime target.
Gial conceded that some of his
soldiers had gone AWOL but said
it was because "they were con-
cerned aboututheir famiiles. They
wanted to go home, to defend their
homes and make sure their fami-
lies were all right."

um in the 13-member body.
In a heated preliminary hear-
ing, CSJ concluded after lengthy
debate that "if allegations stated
by the plaintiff (Silverstein) are
true, then he states, clear cause
for action by the court."
CSJ Chairman Mark Goldsmith
added that "the validity of the
election is clearly at stake."
"The court sees the gravity of
the charges and' their implica-
tions,' he continued. "We will at-
tempt to proceed with utmost fair-
ness to both sides."
Responsible Alternative Party
(RAP), Member Mark Ruessman
and SGC member Bill Dobbs of
the Students Tenant Union, who
acted as legal counsels for Silver-
stein, stated that they could pro-
duce "testimony from poll work-
ers and evidence in actual ballots'
which would prove the veracity of
the charges.
SGC members Curt Steinhauer
of RAP and Marty Scott of
GROUP Party, acting as counsel
to defendant Schaper, said they
would "prove the charges totally
baseless," and called on CSJ to
"throw this pack of lies right ou
of court."
CSJ granted Silverstein's reques
for 1000 ballots, which he state
would be "used as a possible basi
for key testimony" in the ful
hearing next Wednesday.
Defendant Schaper maintained
his claim that the charges have
"no validity."
The court rejected Silverstein's
all SGC meetings until a deci
request, for an injunction banning
sion was reached.
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Chess, computers, and coffee
will mark this weekend's Second
Mark's Coffeehouse Open.
Among the highlights of the
three day event, which is being
held as a fund-raising benefit for
the Ann Arbor Fee Peoples Clinic,
are a $500 prize fund.and a chess-
playing computer.
Surprisingly, the computer is lo-
cated in Pittsburgh, on the cam-
pus of Carnegie-Mellon University
f and will communicate with a
printout terminal in Ann Arbor,
The computer's name is TECH
1HRP to meet
f
on policies
- The Human Rights Party's first
community meeting to decide par-
f ty positions on issues likely to be
raised at City Council meetings
f will be held tonight a k 7:30 p.m.
s at party headquarters on North.
Y Thayer St.
y
y New City Councilpersons-elect
t Jerry De Grieck (HRP-First
Ward) and Nancy Wechsler
t
d (HRP-Second Ward) will be
s bound by the decision of the party
.1 caucus in their voting on City
Council.
e
God Bless Our Les!'
s Goalie Les Binkley is one of
g four original Pittsburgh Penguins
left from the expansion draft.

and it's a regular entrant in the
open, having paid its entry fee like
everyone else.
Of the computer, tournament
director David Presser says, "For
a computer it is quite good. How-
ever, that still means most chess
players will beat it. Nonetheless it
should be quite an experience to
play it."
The tournament will be held at
the Congregational Church at the
corner of State and Williams in
Ann Arbor. All entrants will play
five rounds, one tomorrow evening,
two on Saturday, and two on Sun-
day. For people who cannot make
the 8:00 p.m. first round tomor-
row night, there is an optional
first round on Saturday morning
at ten.
The tournament is a United
States Chess Federation (USCF)
sanctioned event which means
that all participants will become
nationally rated players. "People
who haven't played in a tourna-
ment before have to join the
USCF, but they get a monthly
chess magazine for their money,"
Presser pointed out.
Ratings are published quarterly
in the national publication, Chess
Life.
Are Beginners welcome? "They
certainly are," Presser said. "We
had 40 beginners at the last tour-
nament and expect quite a few
more at this one. Because of such
grass roots support we have be-
come one of the top ten largest
chess tournaments in the nation."
Ninety dollars of the prize
money is set aside for beginners
only.

(Continued from Page 1)
state law which called marijuana
possession a felony has since been
found unconstitutional.
Lax, however, said he does not
think that the unconstitutionality
of the old state law should inter-
fere with the city ordinance.
"The city law as it is now writ-
ten only incorporates the defini-
tion of marijuana as it is writ-
ten in the old state law," said
Lax. "This definition is still le-
gally and scientifically accurate.
The city law did not refer to the
state language that the substance
was a hard narcotic," he said.
Since the city ordinance was
passed 25 persons have been tried
under it, according to Lax. The
convictions could now be appealed
and dropped from the record. But
none of these persons were given
jail sentences, he said. He was
unsure whether fines could be
refunded.
Although he did not rule on the
point, Elden also agreed with

Nash's defense counsel that the
municipal law violated the U.S.
and Michigan Constitutions be-
cause it denied equal protection
under the law.
"Equal protection under the
law" in this case means that laws
covering the same crime in the
same area may not differ widely,
in their sentences.
Nash was found to be in pos-
session of a substance later iden-
tified as marijuana when his mo-
torcycle was stopped for an equip-
ment violation and a weapons
search was conducted.
Elden turned down the motion
of illegal search and seizure three
months ago. "Police officers must
be given at least the protection
the law now affords the criminal,"
he said.
Four and Twenty . . .
The nickname for Long Island
University is the "Blackbirds."

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