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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 13 1974

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(Continued from Page 1)
"The program is a unique op-
portunity to bring together what
we often keep in separate com-
artments of our lives," the
rofessor continues. "To learn
o sail is as honorable a thing
o learn as to read (poet Rob-
rt) Frost."
STUDENTS will live in sim-
le cabins without the luxuries!
f heating and adjacent show-
rs. A professional cook will
ssume culinary duties, but
lark expects the students , to
e responsible for all other
spects of survival.
The professors warn that
hree day rains, and mosquitoes
will all be part of life in the
woods. Clark asserts with Em-
rsonian toughness: "We don't
want bitchers and moaners who
can't take a little roughing it."
In the academic department,
nrollment in three two-credit
ourses is required for the
ampers-uh, students: Major
American Authors to 1870, The
New England Experience in
Poetry, and Creative Writing,
which will focus on individual
ournals. Clark explains, "Na-
ture will tie in with writing.
ometimes we'll ask a student
o follow a chipmunk all day
nd describe the experience."
BALANCING out the pro-
gram's intellectual cast will be,
ailing, canoeing, hiking, andI
mountain climbing. Clark hopesI
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that "it will be a very physical
experience with a lot of walking
and running . . . We're going
to stay away from mechanical
thugs like water-skiing."
Clark laments students' lack
of sensitivity to changing weath-
er conditions: "You go to the
library, and snow becomes a;
thing to curse."
He promises, "What we doj
and study will have to be phasedI
into natural cycles. When it's
good for climbing, we'll climb.
When it's windy, we'll teach
sailing. When it's calm, we'll
teach canoeing."
SINCE NO real camp coun-,
selors will be on hand to offer
instruction, Clark emphasizes,
"We'll rely on students to bring
in different skills."
A Thoreau-style social life
may be in order since Clark
says there will be no tourists
a r o u n d, and Wolfeboro, the
nearest town, is five miles away
-and not a hotbed of activity.
According to Clark, the camp
director welcomes the group
with few restrictions, except
that "he will not countenance
marijuana or drinking on camp
premises.";
Clark and McNamara will
meet with students interested in
the woodland venture on Nov.
18.

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tyunmen
surrender
(Continued from Page 1)
through it to safety. nh
A BLACK secretary in the
building, Gloria Gilmer, ear-
lier had been lowered to free-
dom on a fire ladder at an ad-j
joining building after suffering!
a bullet wound in the takeover.
A spokesman at Jackson Hos-
pital said she was in fair con-
dition.

Watergate
trial opens
(Continued from Page 1)
president to back up Ehrlich-
mnan's claim that he unsuccess-
fully urged Nixon to make a full
n-blic disclosure on the original
Watergate break-in within a few
weeks after the break-in* oc-
curred.
Sources familiar with Ehr-
lichman's defense strategy have
said his lawyers will try to show
that Haldeman and Nixon kept
Ehrlichman in the dark for
months on the real reason why
the original investigation into
the break-in was being sup-
pressed.
Whatever their role, if any,
in the cover-up, each of the
defendants is planning his ap-
peal to the jurors based in part
or wholly on his relationship to
Nixon.
JACOB STEIN, the lawyer for
Kenneth Parkinson, one of the
two lesser known defendants,
frequently makes that state-
ment although he concedes that
"my client never met Richard
Nixon."
Another important strategy
element for both sides is how
Nixon might tell his part of the
cover-up story.
Sirica is not expected until
late this week to deal with the
F question of whether Nixon's ill
health will prevent his testi-
mony - or whether the ex-
president's testimony is requir-
ed at all. There is a dim chance
that Nixon might be questioned
in California and his testimony
videotaped for use in the court-
room.
ro secution sources have said
Nixon's testimony, while re-
quired for strictly legal rea-
sons, may hurt their cause.

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got dressed in school colors
for the big game. The cul-
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