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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 23, 1970

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hS rver
critcizes
Agnew
WINDSOR LOCKS, .Conn. (W)-
Sargent Shriver called Vice Presi-
dent Agnew a "radical rightist"
yesterday and suggested that Ag-
new make a nationwide tour with
South Vietnamese Vice President
Nguyen Cao Ky.
The f o r m e r ambassador to
France, speaking ironically, said
he had no objections to Ky's
scheduled appearance at a rally in
Washington, D.C.
"Why should we be ashamed of
Vice President Ky?" asked Shriver*,
"Maybe Agnew and he couldigo
around the country together-twoj
vice presidents.
Ky is "exceptional" said Shriv-
er. "He is a great admirer of
Adolph Hitler."
Speaking in a more serious vein,
Shriver said he wished Agnew'
would "stop referringuto other
Americans with odious words."
Shriver recalled that the first
Republican president, Abraham"
Lincoln, said in a time of deep
division that "he had malice to-
ward none and charity to all."
"The vice president should be
the vice president of all Amer-
icans." he said.
Shriver came to Conpecticut to
campaign on behalf oftDemocratic
congressional candidate Mrs. Ella
Grasso.
ORA/ offers
abortion aid
(Continued from Page1)
. After the abortion is performed
the clinic gives the women a sup-
ply of antibiotic pills after taking
a blood test, a set of instructionsj
-including a whole sheet of
symptoms - and the clinic's tele-
phone' number which they are to
call collect if any complications
arise.
"I had no problems,"' the stu-
dent commented.,
If a wopan comes to ORA and'
is over 10 weeks pregnant, "we#
have several other referral options
available," Hauert says. T h e s e
include clinics and private physic-
ians in Chicago, Washington and
California.
The price, however~ is much
steeper in other clinics , - the
average cost being $600.
DAILY WFICIAL
BJ LW TIN

SDS TRIAL:
Gainsley says agent
present at lock-in

By ERIKA HOFF
Proceedings resumed last night
in the Central Student Judiciary
trial of Students for a Democratic
Society as Chief Security Officer
Roland Gainsley admitted an un-
dercover agent was present at the

of SDS members led by Feldman
blocked the hallway in front of the
recruiters office preventing any-
one from seeing him.
The defense questioned Block
concerning DuPont hiring policies
and asked if Block ever in-

-Associated Press
Florida protest
Students at St. Lea College in Florida gather in a men's dormitory
yesterday to protest a decision by the college's trustees not to j
allow women in men's rooms.
INJUNCTION POSSIBLE:
Fleming sqys tents
must vacate Diag
(Continued from Par'e 1) county charges that the area was{
the campers had talked to said a "health hazard" the most im-
they are not creating a "health portant issue, "requiring immedi-

demonstration. I~d~ VL~ iVL~'i~i lO11
demnsraio. tiated any investigations into thie
The charges leveled against SDS hiring practices of companies who
by Engineering Placement Com- send recruiters to campus and
mittee and Executive Committee their compliance with anti-d i s-
of the Engineering Council stem crimination laws,
from alleged SDS action during a Block replied that DuPont and
lock-in of a DuPont recriuter in "most corporations probably do
the West Engineering Bldg. last practice discrimination," but he
Jan. 29. , . added that it was his policy to
SDS is charged with violation investigate a company only if
of Student Government Council there is a specific complaint made.
conduct rules prohibiting "indi- "What do you think a demon-
vidual or mass acts that destroy stration is?" one members of the
property or significantly interfere audience shouted.
with the free movement of .persons
or things on the campus,". and
"intentional disruption of a func-
tion by depriving needed quiet, G~oaea a
light, heat or other physical con- , Do o""
ditions of work." G -CnS...t4e bOW vO
During his testimony Gainsley, Vce
who was called as a witness by the pac i"' . oe
prosecution, identified one personb
in a picture of the group alleged- Chick
ly blocking the recruiter as an
undercover agent."
Gainsley originally said there
were not, to his knowledge, a n y
undercover agents present during
the incident, but later identified
"Officer Cygan" in the picture and
added the agent was not dressed
in uniform.
"He told me he was a student,"
defendant Rich Feldman yelled.
The prosecution also called
former Engineeting Cuncil Presi-
dent Christ Block to testify con-
cerning the incidents in the West
Engineering Bldg. He corroborated
Gainsley testimony saying a group

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hazard."
Various members of the tent
community said yesterday they are
concerned about the potential
health problem but believe that it
has not been adequately proven.
Tent City had been given per-
mission to stay on the Diag by
the University early in September
provided no health hazard w a s
created and the community did
not become "predominately non-
student.'
While both sides at the meet-
ing agreed they would be willing
to bargain "in good faith" over
campers complaints of University
housing policies, campers felt the
University would 'neglect their
complaints once the tents were re-
moved.
Kahn said "the mechanisms set
up within the University should be
used to, solve this housing ques-
tion, instead of fooling around
with this." Kahn suggested the
University Committee dn Com-
munications be used as an initial
step.
Alfred Sussman,-amember of
the University Committee on Re=.
source A)location, also mentioned
his group as a means of helping to
solve the general housing problem.
However, F 1 e m i n g considered

ate attention."

"This is an extremely delicate
situation-.when public charges are
leveled," he said. "We could be
charged with great deriliction of
duty if further health dangers
occur."
The County Board of Health
first raised the health question on
Sept. 9, when 'Dr. Otto Engelke,
director of the county health de-
partment, and several members of
the county health board visited the
campsite.
In a letter to the University,
they charged that the campers
said they "used the bushes" when
no toilet facilities were available.

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'Booklet and form at Career Planning.
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take test given Oct., 10, math and
engineering students may apply without
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ORGANIZATIION
NOT{ES
"Get It Together" Workshop for Stu-
dent Organizations on Wednesday,
Septmber 23, 1970. Room 3G Michigan
Union.
ENACT state-national legislation and
policy committee meeting, Wed., Sept.
23, 7:30 p.m., Room 1028 Natural Re-
sources Bldg. Projects to beundertaken
this semester will Pe discussed. All
interested persons are welcome.'
UM American Field Service M a s s
Meeting Sept. 27,. 7:00 p.m. 3C Union
-All Returnes Welcome.
U-MI Judo"Club meeting, Wednesday.
Sept. 23rd at 7:15 p.m. in the IM
Wrestling Room.
All ( are welcome to Baratin Coffee
Hour, every Thursday beginning Set.
24, 3-5, Frieze Bldg.~ Room 3050. Open
invitation to people interested in the
French language and culture.
Attention: Student Organizations! TheF
Student Government Council Regula-
tions Concerning Student Organiza-
tions stipulates that an organizationr'
must register their organization within
the first three weeks of the term to
maintain recognition status. You can
register your organization in ill Stu-
dent Activities Building by Sept. 25,
1970. Phone 764-7416.
Zero Population Growth: Ann Arbor
will have a meeting on Wed., Sept. 23
at 7:30 p.m. in the Social Hall of the
Unitarian Church (1917 Washtenaw
Ave.) Dr. Wood from the Assn. for'
Voluntary Sterilization will speak and
action projects will be further plan-
ned.

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