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Day Calendar Educational Media Ctr.: Manhat-
Friday, November 22 tan Street Band; Condensed Cream
WUOM Dr Stffor Ber, Theof Beatles; Street Musique, Schor-
R WaO T Dreat t A eeHol, MTsh ling Aud.SEB, noon.
RelTrajoAlW odMs uildHouse: Luncheon, David
Dear," & "The Disregarded Tools of Angus "Urstntation, Privatism and
Modern Man," 2 talks from 1974 the Need for Political Community."
Massey Lecture series, 10 am. 802 Monroe, noon.
SCmeeting ends aIruptly
as Reform Party walks out
Anatomy: Johannes A. Rhodin,
Microcirculation of the Spleen,"
4804 Med. Sci. II, 3:30 pm.
Astronomy Colloquium: Dr. Jack
Hills, "Effect of Binary Stars on
Dynamical Evolution of Stellar
Clusters," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
U. S. China Peoplt's Friendship
Assoc.: Chung-Lu Tsen, slides, trav-
elogue, talk, "Art in New China,"
Henderson Rm.. League, 7:30 pm.
Hockey: U-M vs. Michigan Tech.,
Yost Ice Arena~, 7:30 pm.
Music School: Humperdink's op-
era, "Hansel and Gretel," Mendels-
sohn, 8 pm.
Int'l Fold Dance: Barbour Gym,
Career Planning & Placement
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By TIM SCHICK
A round of intense parliamen-
tary maneuverings by both par-
ties brought last night's Stu-
dent Government Council meet-
ing to an early end as President
Carl Sandberg was accused of
breaking quorum for political
SGC members from Sand-
berg's Reform Party walked out
en masse following a recess,
breaking the meeting's quorum
and preventing consideration of
a move to drop criminal charges
against three former SGC offic-
Council member Robert Gor-
don of Campus Coalition, SGC's
other major party, accused
Sandberg of engineering the
walkout in a Reform Party cau-
cus held during the recess. Gor-
don accused Sandberg of seek-
ing to prevent a "no" vote on
the resolution to press charges
against former SGC Presidents
Lee Gill and Bill Jacobs, and
former Treasurer David Schap-
officials, vigorously denied the
charge of intentional quorum-
breaking as chaos ensued in
SGC's chambers after the walk-
CHIKOFSKY replied that he
wo'uld be liable for the club's
debts money if he released the
SGC also continued debate
last night on their proposed
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Sandberg, who has actively
sought to block further criminal
prosecution of the three former
BUT HE hinted he had ar- $53,000 budget for this year.
ranged the walkout, replying---------------------___
with a broad grin, "Oh, Lordy, Dino Valenti, former I e a d
who would say that about me?" ;singer with Quicksilver has sign-
when asked to answer Gordon's ed with Warner Br )raers Re-
charge. cords as a solo artist.
The motion which nearly Bob Dylan's new album will
brought a defeat for Sandberg's be called "Blood on tha Tracks'.
powerful party was an earlier The album contains 10 new
question to recall Treasurer songs written by Dylan, and only
Ellot Chikofsky. Chikofsky had took one week to rec)ri.
stated he would refuse to a3lo-
cate SGC funds to the Polish j0 CLIP AND SAVE ---
club maintaining, that the move
needed a two-thirds majority of jE.. . }
SGC, not the simple majority fl l i
which the funding measure re- f
ceived. . ..
Chikofsky claimed the Polish
club is an outside organization, *
and if SGC considered it other-
wise, Council would be liable for r hone umbers
the club's debts. °
The motion to recall Chikof- u.i
sky camehshortly after Council t Circulation
ordered him to disperse the p
funds. The recall motion - to 764-0558
take effect if he failed to dis-
burse the funds by the next
SGC meeting - lost by a mere Classified Adv.
3/4 vote. i
Campus Coalition member Da- 764-0557
vid Faye called Chikofsky "a I
dictatorial treasurer" for refus-
ing to disburse the money. * .
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