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Page Two


Friday, October 25, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 25, 1974

The School of Joplin, Gershwin,
and Broadwayt
in a
U. of M. Chamber Choir
Ragtime Ensemble
FRIDAY, NOV 1-8:00 p.m.
TICKET ORDER No. tickets Amount !
! General Admission: $2.00 ..........
! Student Admission: $1.50
! Send check and stamped, self-addressed en- !
velope to: U. of M. Chamber Choir, School
of Music, Ann Arbor, Mi. 48104.
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New council seated
(Continued from Page 1) the election had
misuse of nearly $42,000 of SGC that the Centra
funds. ciary (CSJ) had
but one. The ren
THE COUNCIL voted, last that of DougF
week to press criminal charges. Matthews over a
against Jacobs and Schaper, but leading leaflet
Sandberg says that he wants Matthews.
only "to insure an accounting CSJ officials w
or return of the monies in ques- m
tion," and argues that the case for comment as
should remain a civil matter. for dismissingt
Despite protests o v e r last N
week's controversial SGC elec- Next week,
tions, the newly-elected Council slated to vote
members were seated last night. that would ends
ROTC courses as
Members were told that as posal supporting
many as ten legal challenges to the Envornment
--__Mirhiann M ERIM

Ford blasts Dems

Law Dean neutral

been filed but
aStudent Judi-
d dismisseduall
maining case is
Reith vs. Bob
n allegedly mis-
distributed by
'ere unavailable
to the reasons
the other nine
the Council is
on a proposal
orse credit for
s well as a pro-
the move of
al Research in
2) to Ann Arbor.
been involved in
ch which has
e to be chal-

for economic woes on clerical union

(Continued from Page 1)
fund - raising banquet here,
Ford continued his assault on
the Democratic drive for what
he called a "veto-proof Con-
that there are some political
prophets who think the game
is up - that people are going
to stampede blindly into the
Democratic column.
"But I don't believe that,"
the President added. " . . . I
have seen a lot of elections and
I have heard a lot of wise pre-
dictions. They were almost al-
ways wrong."
Sounding the same theme he
had earlier in the day in a pair
of appearances in Iowa and
one stop in rural Illinois, Ford
said "To do my best for the
people and for America, I am
going to need the help of good
men and women in Congress -

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men and women who will help By MARY DEMPSEY base their decision on unioniza-
me fight government spending Law School Dean Theodore tion on the emotions of the mo-
and whip inflation." St. Antoine said yesterday that ment, but to think the issue
HE SAID inflation has been his school does not oppose un-' over carefully. He emphasized
building up for years "like a ionization of University clerical that the Law School is complete-
disease in the body of the econ- workers. ly neutral.
omy" and that curing it will Antoine spoke to a group of
take time. He said there is "no 50 clerical workers yesterday, "OF COURSE, there is a loss
simple answer to the cause of nearly two weeks after a major of flexibility with the union, An-
inflation." University official presented toine explained, "but you must
"Who is to blame?" he asked, professional and administrative decide if the gains over griev-
providing his own answer. "The staff members with an exten- ences outweigh this loss of flex-
biggest burden of guilt lies on sive plan to counter unioniza- ibility." He pointed out that the
the shoulder of the biggest tion. union's biggest impact, up to
spenders and the fact is that this point, has been in factor-
one political party has run Con- WILLIAM Neff, head of the ies and plants; not with cleri-
gress - and held open the na- University's Office of Staff and cals.
tion's purse strings - for the Union Relations, detailed the ".'The great advantage is that
past straight 20 years." "no union" strategy at an in- you get representation - an or-
"That party is the Democratic vitation-only meeting with pro- ganization to back up requests."
party," he added. "And we fessional staffers. Edwon Fa- However, he noted that "a un-
cannot allow it to drive the rate bre, a Detroit based United ion tends to de-personalize."
of inflation higher into the Auto Workers (UAW) attorney, Following a question, Antoine
blue" glater claimed that "Neff may admitted that the University's
In concluding his remarks at well have jeopardized the Uni- recent granting of a pay hike
the Chicago dinner Ford de- versity's neutral position." for clerical workers could pos-
parted from his prepared re- Antoine admitted that several sibly have been an attempt to
marks to link results of next college and department heads forestall unionization. Neverthe-
month'stelectionwith his ad-had°been asked by University less, he stated that circum-
ministration's foreign policy. officials to make a statement stances would suggest that in-
"IF THE Democrats expand on the unionization issue. creases were instituted with the
their margin," he said, "we Antoine urged clericals not to "purest of motives.
may have difficulties" in con-
ducting a bi-partisan foreign L a
policy. But this reference seem-
ed oferthn isdecartin w e q esuon
on Tuesday that "If we get the
wrong kind of Congress" world" "
peacemay be injeopardy .ecredib i
need today is a continuation of
the bipartisanship that was (Continued from Page 1) worried about the mood inside
successful in the postwar era, , his courtroom. '
between President Harry Tru- among prosecution and defense hI conrta io.
man and a Republican congress. lawyers quarreling over Dean's " consider this a serious case
"If that bipartisanship is rup- credibility on the stand, Sirica ave whan't want this canival
tured, if that bipartisanship is said:n'aveyeat.atmosphere to it."
torn asunder, our problems "i don't think anyone is try- atoee oi.
worldwide could be complicat- ing to paint this gentleman I WILLIAM HUNDLEY, attor-
ed" he said. (Dean) as a lily-white angel in: nev for defendant John Mitchell

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this is E LEC T
True reform has yet to come in the State of Michigan. The Loophole Billj
was pushed through the legislature with Rep. Bullard's support. Where wasI
he when an amendment to take the loopholes out of the present bill was
voted upon? Again, our Rep. did not vote.
I support legislation that would give the people of Michigan true reform,
not "loophole" legislation.
53rd Dist. Paid Political Ad. Rep. St. Rep
" .Douq Crarv/Treas.

this case. Let's be frank aboutI
it. He has already confessed to
what he did.".
ASSISTANT Special 'arosecu-
tor James Neal then' added,,
"And he is paying for it." '
As the 18th day of the trial
closed, Watergate prosecutors
disclosed that their next witness
will be convicted Watergate
conspirator E.Howard Hunt.
At one point during the de-!
fense cross-examination of Dean '
and after an exchange among
lawyers, Sirica said' he was

has attempted, through his
questioning of Dean, to portray
the former attorney general as
a man whom senior White House
aides tried to force to take the
blame for Watergate.
The prosecutors contested that
yesterday and were asked by
Handley if they planned to make
a serious attempt to demon-
strate that Mitchell remained a
part of the cover-up conspiracy
under protection of the White
Neal answered, "Our position
is that for awhile they tried to
keep everybody out of trouble,
including Mr. Mitchell. But
finally they decided to let Mr.
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I Em. r

If you don't think the Koster-Elden race could change your
life, please read this appeal.
Pretend, for a moment, you need help.
Your landlord is trying to evict you, but you are fighting to
stay. Maybe he or she won't return your damage deposit,
$400 in cash. You're contesting an unfair traffic ticket that
will bite into your pay. The auto repair shop has gypped you,
and you want some money back.
Only one person will decide the outcorne of your case-and
it won't be your police chief, or Senator, or President. You'll
stand before the next Fifteenth District Court Judge.
One day you might find a notice on your stoop, demanding
that you appear in court at a time when you're supposed to
be to work. If you're a parent at home with the kids you'll
have to find, and pay, a sitter. That's the best hour for at-
torneys, true--but did anyone consult you first? Even the
small claims court sits between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The way the district court is run now encourages you to
plead guilty and pay a fine for violations you may not have
even committed. Because it's cheaper than exercising your
Don Koster wants the district court to serve the people, first.
Not the $50 per hour attorneys or the city's general fund (as
the city's obsession with traffic tickets suggests) . Here's
what a Judge Don Koster will do:
0 He will open the court to working people by holding regu-
lar sessions in the evenings and on weekends.
N He'll push for a drop-in day care center 'for all full-time
parents- plaintiffs, defendants, witnesses and jurors-
who must spend a day in court.
He'll p r o v i d e for counseling and information to both
plaintiffs and defendants in the Small Claims Division,
where attorneys aren't allowed to practice.
* He'll work to simplify the legal forms in Small Claims
Court and in landlord/tenant cases so that people don't
need three years of law school to understand what is hap-
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LiLcn go tosave the rest.
AT THE TIME of the Water-
gate break-in, Mitchell was di-
rector of former President
Richard Nixon's 1972 re-election
The lawyer for defendant John
Ehrlichman demonstrated dur-
ing his cross-examination that
Dean shredded two notebooks
belonging to Hunttwhen they
were sought by the original
Watergate prosecutors.
During his second round of
questioning of Dean, Neal drew
from Dean the acknowledgment
that Ehrlichman suggested that
Dean toss a suitcase full of
wiretap equipment belonging to
Hunt into the Potomac River.
Dean is currently serving a
one to four year prison term
for his own part in the cover-up.
He has been on thetwitness
stand for six days- testifying
about the involvement of the
defendants, three of whom were,
like Dean, close assistants to
former President R i c h a r d
Nixon. All of the defendants are
charged with conspiracy to ob-
struct justice.
Goldwater says
Ford may dump
TUCSON, Ariz. (R) -- Sen.
Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.) said
yesterday there is a good
chancewPresident Ford will
withdraw the nomination of
Nelson Rockefeller as vice
"Rightnow I think there's a
better chance his name will be
withdrawn than be submitted
for further questioning," Gold-
water said during a radio inter-
"I do know our people in the
Senate ... have approached the
President with that suggestion,"
he said.










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