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Page Eight

-David Wender
New Constitutional Convention
Participants in last weekend's People's Revolutionary Constitu-
tional Convention in Washington, D.C., prepare to register. The
convention, which heard Black Panther Huey Newton propose a
new constitution for the United States, was marred by difficul-
ties in finding a convention site.
ANTIWAR INFILTRATOR:
Former army officer talks
on undercover assignment
NEW YORK (UP) - A former ligence agents interviewed on the
Army intelligence officer says he program. They said the Army has
was assignedto infiltrate antiwar compiled dossiers on civilian pro-
groups and provided with liquor testers.
and offered marijuana to help do Among the program's other dis-
the job. closures by correspondent Tom
'T'h fnrmer officer David John- ! Pettit were the practice of supply-

CMU rapped
on finanees
by auditor
(Continued from Page 1)
university and both the state
bureau of the budget and the
state legislature as to the content
of the budget documents."
The report recommended that
budget information "be presented
in a uniform and more precise
manner."
It noted that the difference be-
tween the total of the revenue
items and the total budget re-
quest is the amount of money the
university asks for a state appro-
priation.
"Therefore," it said, "if gross
fees are understated, or allowable
deductions from gross fees are
overstated, or estimates are not
made for certain revenue items,
the result is an overstatement of
the state appropriation request."
Auditors said the university's
general fund was used to pay for
expenses out of another fund and
that if money is needed to finance
projects, this should be included
in the budget request where it is
''subject to legislative approval.''
As for the $1 million inmain-
tenance and remodeling not in-
cluded in the university's operat-
ing budget requests, auditors said
"these projects were made pos-
sible through reallocation of un-
used salary and wage allotments
and from the excess revenues re-
ceived over budget estimates."
The report said "these expendi-
tures from the university general
fund operating accounts should'
have been submitted to the legis-
lature in the capital outlay budget
request and should not have been
until approved by the legis-
The auditors said the university
should not transfer general fund'
monies elsewhere to provide ac-
cumulations for future expendi-
tures.
"All legally uncommitted funds
which were not previously ap-
proved by the legislature for spe-
cific projects should have been
reported in the budget requests
revenue schedule as surplus funds
available for future operations,'
the report said.
Raising questions about the uni-
versity's purchasing practices, the
report said it was apparent "either
the director of purchasing is not
exercising his authority or his
authoirity is being circumvented."
The report said sales represent-
atives had dealt directly with de-
partment heads and that many
purchases were made without
competitive bids.
"Instances were noted where
low bidders were not accepted and
I there was no documentation indi-
catingdwhy a dhigher bidder was
selected," the auditors said.

son, made the disclosure on the!
NBC-TV "First Tuesday" program,
filmed for broadcast at 9 p.m. to-
day.
Johnson said he never got any,
marijuana, although "we were told
even that if we needed marijuana
we - could have it but not to get
caught with it."
The Army bought the liquor for
agents to take to parties given by
antiwar groups. "They could buy
it cheaper on the post," he said.
He said his job was to infiltrateI
antiwar groups planning demon-{
strations against President NixonI
in Washington, D.C. in January,
1969.
Johnson was among five men
identified as former Army intel-I

ing agents with false press cre-
dentials, photographing persons at
the 1968 Republican and Demo-
cratic National Conventionsand
providing a detailed surveillance
of the April, 1968 Poor People's
March in Washington.
CORRECTION
The Daily incorrectly re-
ported Nov. 25 that a two-man
police liaison team at the Uni-
versity has been assigned to the
office of Robert Knauss, Vice
President for Student Services.
The team is not connected with
the Office of Student Services
and does not report to Vice
President Knauss.

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