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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 27, 1974 1

Pane Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 21, 1 9*7'~I

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Merrill recalls Watergate

(Continued from Page 1)
would be a "cool" witness,
somewhat belligerent. He as-
sumed Ehrlichman was smart
enough not to alienate the jury
intentionally.
But Merrill says he also knew
Ehrlichman didn't have a
chance. At the heart of Ehrlich-
man's defense was what Merrill
terms a petty argument-that
he had authorized a legal "co-
vert operation," not an illegal
break-in.
Farmers
slaughter
5 1 calves
(Continued from Page 1)
ordinator of the slaughter from
Cuba City, Wis., said an an-
ticipated goal of 1,000 calves for
slaughtering yesterday wasn't
reached because the state NFO
president, Steve Pavish, had
been called to Kansas City on
business, and the calf roundup
in Wisconsin was not organized
properly.
HE SAID only the meat from
calves killed yesterday will be
trucked to Miami tomorrow for
shipment to Honduras. The rest
will be distributed to as yet
unspecified charitable organ-
izations in this country, he said.

DATE: Monday, October 28, 1974
TIME: 8:00 P.M.
PLACE: The Power Center for the
Performing Arts
PRICE: $3.50, Student Discount $2.50
Sponsored by the B'noi B'rith Foundation
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Tickets available at the B'nai B'rith Foundation,
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ISRAELI ART SHOW-6:30 p.m. in the
lobby of Power Centerf
Tickets on Sale at Power Center Box Office
Beginning Noon-Monday, October 28
7 o.m. Information tables at the Power Center on Programs
in israel for student; at U. of M.

The attorney says he decided
to let Ehrlichman bring out
this argument in order to con-'
vince the jury he was not telling
the truth. "His long answers
seemed to be attempts to justify
what he knew or what he did:
that were not really responsive
to the questions," he contends.
"I PROSECUTED him for two
days," Merrill remembers. "By
the first day, I had a feeling
4U' begins
to act on
women
(Continued from Page 1)
However, Loomis feels that
before any major changes can
be made, a dean for women's
affairs must be appointed in the
graduate school.
SOME OTHER recommenda-
tions made by the committee
were a more flexible admission
and financial aid policies, more
research into the lower enroll-
ment of women, active recruit-
ment of women particularly in
the sciences, and a positive ef-
fort to increase the number of
female faculty members.
The committee's findings in-
clude a breakdown of the un-
even distribution of women in
graduate programs; in Masters
programs, 42 per cent of stu-
dents are women, while in PhD
and professional programs only
14 per cent are women.

that the jury was upset with him
because of his long,unresponsive
answers. So the next day, I
roncentrated on things he didn't
reme-nber. That, combined with
what he was like the first day,
I'm sure persuaded the jury
teat he was not being honest
with them when he said he
didn't know what was going to
happen."
:The jury didn't deliberate long
after Merrill's emotional clos-,
ing arguments. They reached a
verdict of guilty by 5 p.m. the
next day.
Merrill calls the assertion that
Watergate proves the system
works an oversimplification.
"The system worked only be-
cause there vere enough people
who cared about it to make it
work," he argues.
"IT ULTIMATELY comes
down to enough ordinary people
(like those working in the spe-
cial prosecutor's office) feeling
strongly enough about the sys-
tem to preserve it or not caring
enough, so that it goes down the
drain."
He blames the "plumbers"
for only a mistaken outlook.
"They weren't out with any
conscious intention of depriving
all Americans of their rights
an ,eliminating the Constitu-
an lmntn h osiution," he says. "But what they
were doing was leading to that."
If Merrill has a message, it is
to stay involved. "Our rights
and liberties are only as secure
as the majority of the people
think they're important," he
warns.
"There is nothing inevitable
about our system continuing the
way it is. It's up to each, new
generation to decide whether
it's important enough to save."

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LECTURE-DISCUSSION
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noted Israeli artist
WORKSHOP-HEBREW
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FELIX FIBLICH-Lecture
Presentation of Jewish dance
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