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Friday, September 20, 1974

Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 20, 1974

LECTURE. . !
Professor URIEL TAL
of the HEBREW UNIVERSITY
will lecture
Monday, Sept. 23 at 4 p.m.
Aud. C-Angell Hall
TOPIC: "Religious and
Anti-Religious Roots of
Modern Antisemitism"
Sponsored by Judiac Studies
Committee and Dept. of History
MONDAY evening-8:00, at
HIL LEL-1429 Hill St.
Prof. Tal will lecture on "Jewish Self-
Understanding and the Land and
State of Israel."

Jaworski subpoenas Nixon to'SGC stalls on criminal suits

testify concerning Watergate

(Continued from Page 1)
laws, but the U.S. marshal's of-?
fice has no such duties. Its
main functions are to guard and
transport federal prisoners and
to serve court papers for federal
courts.
The cover-up defendants in-
clude three of the men who
were once among Nixon's inner
circle of advisers-former White
House Chief of Staff H.R. Halde-
man, former domestic affairs
adviser John Ehrlichman and
former Attorney General John
Mitchell.
Some of the defendants are
still trying to have the trial
postponed.
EHRLICHMAN, who has sub-
poeaned Nixon to appear as a
defense witness, is seeking a
delay of 30-90 days because "re-
cent public accounts of Mr. Nix-
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on's health suggest he may be Should Nixon's health keep
physically unable to testify." him from appearing in court
How sick Nixon really is has here, there is a possibility his
been a question puzzling every- testimony could be video-taped
one. for showing at the trial.

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account for the expenditure of'
some $40,000 appropriated dur-
ing their terms of office-March
1972 through May 1973.
A similar suit was earlier
brought against Gill, who suc-
ceded Jacobs and served until
his unexpected resignation last

would. make prompt efforts to
find Gill if SGC returned the
summons with a copy of the
suit.
BENTLEY had indicated last
week that the proper persons in
Chicago had been notified and
that "they had been unable toj
find him (Gill)."
Sandberg said early in the
evening that if the same action
was not taken in both the cases
HRP cani

he would resign as SGC presi-
dent.
Faye, who was upset at the
idea of dropping criminal
charges, said "a civil suit will
only be a slap in the face to
them and, if guilty, their action
deserves criminal prosecution
under the full extent of the
law." He added he would re-
sign from SGC if the substitute
motion passed.
ldate hiets

A second blood clot is under-
stood to have formed in Nixon's
leg following a new flare-up of
the phlebitis that troubled him
during his presidential trip to
the Middle East in June this
year.
DR. WALTER Tkach, who
was Nixon's personal physican
when he was in the White House
and visited San Clemente last
week, said he considered anti-
coagulant therapy "critical' in
view of the former president's
present condition.
According to medical experts,
phlebitis is normally not danger-
ous if treated regularly and the
best treatment for Nixon would
have been for him to go to a
hospital to be treated with
blood - thinning anti - coagulant
drugs.

A PRECEDENT in a recentw
case in Cleveland, Ohio, allowed The original measure calling
the cross-examination of a hos- for prosecution was introduced
pitalized key witness using a by Acting Co-ordinating Vice
television camera. The judge in- President David Faye, who said
volved has told the federal ju- "the only amendment I'll sup-
dicial authoritiesshere the tech- port is for public hanging."
nique was successful. pr sfrpbi agn.
Information on the procedure AFTER the substitute motion
employed in Cleveland has been was introduced he left the room
relayed to the office of Judge saying "I don't believe it."
John Sirica, who will preside
over the cover-uptrial. The spe- The amendment states that
cial prosecutor's office indicated "SGC declines to pursue crimi-
it was also interested in the pro- nal action in both the Gill and
cedure followed in the Cleveland the Jacobs - Schaper lawsuits
case. and that they both be pursued,
Nixon may have been a de- through the civil courts. Ann
fendant in the cover-up case Arbor police and the prosecut-
except for the pardon granted ing attorney will be informed
him by President Ford. of this action."
- - Bob Matthews who introduc-
F ed the substitute motion stated
he believes it was the only way
SGC would recover any of the
monies the accused allegedly
OP Rneenw took.
ps UV tSGC ATTORNEY Tom Bent-
ley said he favored the passage
1te of the motion since it is the
Center I only way for a full accounting
of the money.
(Continued from Page 1) Bentley said he did not know
"The money came from outside whether Gill, who was located
sources," he added. by the Daily last week in Chi-
The center, which began in cago, or Jacobs who is a stu-
1950, is involved in production dent at Columbia Law School
only, sending its programs to had been served with the legal
more than fifty commercial and papers. Schaper was served last
educational stations throughout week in the SGC chambers.

Regents on byla W
(Continued from Page 1) the workers and not to their
After the meeting, Brown bosses."
could not be reached for com- He further stated that the con-
ment. troversy is "one in a string of
UNIVERSITY officials sharp- political harassments" directed
ly disagreed with Carroll and at him while employed at the
countered that the rule is both Highway Safety Research In-
legal and fair to all parties stitute. He said that earlier this
concerned. year he was threatened with
Regent Deane Baker (R-Ann disciplinary action for continu-
Arbor) said that "we (the Re- ing to put "Impeach Nixon"
gents) are not employes, we signs on his office door.
were elected by the people of Carroll also told the Regents
Michigan, and we take no com- that University attorneys had
pensation; this is clearly public offered compensation for much
service work." of the time lost after he left
University General Counsel office in July. He called this
Roderick Daane contended that "an offer to apparently violate
the bylaws were sensible be- their own bylaws."
cause "a guy running for office However, Daane said the offer
can't very well perform his full: was meant as vacation pay. He
duties" as a staff member. said that Carroll quit without
CARROLL argued that stand- explanation, so that officials
ards of eligibility for office weren't aware that he had re-
"should be applied equally to signed, only that he hadn't ap-
all; they shouldn't apply just to peared for work.
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the country. The new facilities
will provide expanded space for
studio, art, film and staging
operations.
Theidedication ceremoniesE
kick-off three days of special
activities at the center, high-
lighted by a symposium on
"Where Is Television Going?"
The symposium will be open to
the public and will be held in
Studio A from 3-5 p.m. today.

SGC President Carl Sandberg
said "it is one thing to contact
someone on the phone and an-
other to serve someone." He
went on to express concern over
the fact that Gill may have fled
Tllinois after being contacted
last Thursday.
The Cook County Sheriff's Of-
fice indicated that the summons
had been accidentally returned
to Ann Arbor and that officers

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