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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, October 12, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, October 12, 1974

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October 13, 1974
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University President Robben
Fleming will be eating Thanks-
giving dinner in Peking if ev-
erything goes according to plan.
Fleming has tentatively plan-
ned to visit the People's Repub-
lic of China during November,
provided governmental approv-
al for the trip is granted.
VICE PRESIDENT for Uni-
versity Relations and Develop-
ment Michael Radock said yes-
terday that Fleming and about
a dozen other university presi-
Idents expect to go to China.
''The exact status of the visit
is still up in the air," Radock
said. "At this point we are
awaiting official word from the
Chinese government - which
should come in about a week."
3Fleming is attending a con-
ference on the West Coast and
could not be reached for com-
ment on the proposed trip.
THE TRIP itinerary and ex-
act composition of the group go-
Wa

ing have not been determined
as yet, according to Radock.
He said, however, that no
other educators from the state
will be going to China with
Fleming.
But Radock emphasized the
"highly tentative nature" of the

McGovern boosts

trip at this point. A number of
University professors and ad-
ministrators have visited China
during the past several years.
"A number of doctors from
the (University) hospital have
done and were well-received,"
Radock said.

Reutner c
(Continued from Page 1)
Rights Party (HRP) congres-
sional candidate, later corn-
mented, "I find it appalling
that he would try to create the
image that he has no position
on the confirmation."
The American Indian Move-
ment reportedly did not sanc-
tion the sign-carrying NASU
and RSB members, who dis-
tracted the guest speaker at
several points.
McGovern acknowledged them
by cutting short his prepared
statement to field questions be-
fore leaving for the airport.

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'Senate aid
extension
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stantial.progress" on negotia-
tions for reduction or withdraw-
al of Turkish forces from Cy-
prus.
FORD ALSO would be re-
quired to certify that Turkey is
in compliance with U. S. foreign
aid laws, a certification some
Congressmen say he cannot
make because of the Turkish
invasion of Cyprus and others
say he cannot make until Tur-
key withdraws ,forces from Cy-,
prus.'
Opponents of the delay said
its adoption would be condon-
ing Turkey's occupation of Cy-
prus for another two months.
"You will give the Turks 60
more days to rearm," said Rep.
Benjamin Rosenthal (D-N.Y.).
"They will get themselves in an
intransigent p o s i t i o n
from which they will never ne-
gotiate."

ampaign
WHEN AN audience member
blasted the senator for not pro-
testing government handling of
Wounded Knee McGovern re-
plied, "The Indians of this
country have been mistreated.
Treaties have been broken. But
I can't endorse (the occupa-
tion). It's a miracle scras of ,
people weren't killed at Wound-
ed Knee."
Carroll claimed McGovern's
response "verified his support
for the attack on the Wounded
Knee defendants."
The Hill Aud. crowd oppeared;
somewhat subdued before Mc-
Govern's arrival, responding: Bernard Walczak inspects his
with a rousing ovation when he confused moose (right). The
finally showed up.cofsdmoe(ih)Te
THE 1972 presidential candi- Lake, just after a cow gave b
date did not forget the purpose moose apparently considers hir
of his visit, extolling Reuther's ____
politicskat every opportunity .SCANDAL AFTE
"I think John Reuther's viewSDA AF E
is the same as mine," he said
at one point. "If we're going to
cut back on spending - and I
think there's room to cut back-
we should dooit by getting rid
some of our excess bombs, not
books for our schoolchildren."
The Senator accented his
praise for Reuther with policy
a way
positions on major topics:
* On U.S. military aid to
foreign nations: "It's time to WASHINGTON (UPI) - After
recognize that the U. S. can't promising to -appear at his of-
be faithful to its laws when it fice for the first time since he
support military dictatorships had a run-in with police early
in all parts of the world." Monday morning, Rep Wilbur
! On removal of oil industry Mills (D-Ark.), yesterday called'
price ceilings: "It will permit in sick.
another doubling of prices for The 65-year-old chairman of
the public. This is one thing the influential House Ways and
John Reuther and I will not tol- Means Committee offered a
erate." three-page written explanation
* On reforming the tax struc- and apology Thursday for the'
ture: "The billions that leak out incident in which he was
through tax loopholes have the stopped by police who de-
same inflationary impact that scribed him as intoxicated, in
government spending does." disarray, with a scratched face
f On his presidential hopes: and bloody nose.
"I'm not now considering the
race in '76. I'm deeply involv- THE STATEMENT said he
ed in my own race in South Da- would return to Capitol Hill
kota." yesterday to resume his duties'
On Watergate: "None of the as chairman of the tax-writing
people involved in my cam-
paign now stand in need of a
presidential pardon to stay out S erif1
But not all who attended the

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Identity crisis
cattle herd, which since last month has included a slightly
moose showed up on the farm, fittingly located north of Moose
irth and has stuck with the herd ever since. Walezak says the
iself the cows' protector, and they seem to have accepted him.
RMATH:
ig rkeeps Mills

committee, and return t
kansas to resume his re
tion campaign when Con
recessed.
But Mills' administ
a s s i s t a n t, Eugene(
di id mrin

Cap itolI
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-elec, mac River near the Jefferson
gress Memorial. She was rescued by
a park policeman who pulled
rative her from the water kicking and
Goss, screaming.
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waiting reporters and camera- bell Battistella and said she
men that Mills was ill with a too, had been intoxicated and
"bug" which had attacked his had two black eyes. Mills said
digestive system and that he she and her husband, Eduardo,
likely would be confined for are family friends and neigh-
several days. bors in an apartment complex
"The whole family came known as Crystal City in sub-
down with the same bug his urbas Vrsa
grandson had yesterday," said urban Virginia.
Goss. The Washington Post said she
is a stripper who danced at a
MILLS HAS not been seen on nightclub called the Silver Slip-
Capitol Hill since the 2 a. m. per under the name of Fannie
Monday incident, in which a Foxe, the "Argentine Firecrac-
woman jumped from the car ker," as recently as last year.

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REP. DANTE Fascell (D-
Fla.) said the delay would tilt
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to Turkey's side in the Greece-
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Backers of the delay, includ-
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rally were overwhelmed by
McGovern's performance. Said
one critic, "I think they both
did a magnificent job of manip-
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own ends. They described the4
problems well, but didn't offer
any solutions."
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(Continued from Page 1) the suspects in the case or the Postill said that in his let-
roit Special Agent Richard denominations of the money ter to the state police he will
y denied last night that a stolen had never been received announce that as of next
out had been conducted by by his department. Wednesday, deputies will no
BI or the state police, but Postill also claimed that state longer respond to freeway acci-
id admit that in certain police had withheld information' dent reports, referring them in-
mstances i n f o r m a- from his and other local depart- stead to state police. In an
night be withheld from lo- ments before. emergency, Postill said, county
olice to prevent interfer- j "IN THE SUMMER, the state officers would respond.
with hostage rescues or police had a tip that there "We don't run an expressway
ery of ransom money. would be a bank robbery in patrol now," he said, "but we
Ypsilanti. They kept that in- have been responding to all
STILL C L A I M E D that' formation to themselves. They kinds of mishaps. Of all the ac-
tate police had conducted staked out three banks, be- cidentswon the expressways last
rivate hunt" for the sus- cause they didn't have enough year, we handled 54 per cent
by not releasing details of men to cover the eight or 10 of them to 38 per cent for the
ase even after the Green banks in town. As it happened, state police.
y had been freed and the' the thieves held up another Postill said that the troopers
y taken by the thieves. bank than the ones being staked should put more of their avail-
out." able cars on the freeways.
sheriff said yesterday --
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ance procedure, but damn it all,
unless they're paying dues,
there is no incentive for them to
join our union."
In only other action at the
meeting, GEO told the Univer-
sity it would alter its original
demand package in an attempt:3
to do away with the current
three-tier pay system.,
THE CHANGE in position
came after the union's stewards

voted Thursday to delete the
sections of the demands con-
cerning the pay system.
Reached at home last night,
GEO President Roger Guidicci
said the union would seek
equal pay for all TF's, regard-
less of seniority.
"It was an artificial pay in-
crement," he said. "The reason-
ing that there is an increase in
ability after being around here
for four years doesn't make any
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