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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 31, 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January31, 1975

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Cadillac
recalls
'74 models
DETROIT (Reuter) - Cadil-
lac, America's prestige car-
maker, yesterday recalled its
entire 1974 model run because
of a defect which could allow
the hood to fly open while the
car was being driven. A total
of 234,000 cars are involved.
The company said a second-
ary latch on some of the cars
might have been misaligned.
HOWEVER, a company offic-
ial said there had been no acci-
dents or injuries as a result of
misaligned latches, although he
conceded there had been "a
small number of failures.".
He said he did not know if
any of the hoods had actually
flown up to block a driver's
view, although the company
said this was possible.

Ford's amnesty plan

extende
WASHINGTON (AP)-President
Ford extended his clemency pro-
gram for one month, until March
1, because of heightened in-
terest, the White House an-
nounced yesterday.
The program, in the absence
of any presidential action, would
have died today at midnight.
AT THE same time, three na-
tional groups repeated their call
for universal and unconditional
amnesty instead of Ford's con-
ditional clemency which in-
volves up to 24 months of al-
ternative service in low-pay
jobs.
The National Council of
Churches in Special Ministries-
Vietnam Generation, the Central
Committee for Conscientious

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Objectors and the American
Civil Liberties Union said the
program failed to achieve
Ford's goal of binding the
wounds of war. They predicted
it would not succeed in the
future.
The White House noted that
only about 7,400 of an estimated
137,000 eligible men so far have
decided to participate in the
program announced last Sep-
tember.
BUT FORD'S statement an-
nouncing the extension said:
"I believe that many of those
who could benefit from it are
only now learning of its appli-
cation to their cases. This belief
is based on a significant in-
crease in the number of applica-

ionth
tions and inquiries over the past
few weeks when publicity and
communications about the pro-
gram were greatly expanded."
About 3,000 men signed up for
the program after the major
publicity campaign was launch-
ed.
ASKED IF the President
might order another extension
in a month if participation in the
program continues to lag, White
House Press Secretary Ron Nes-
sen said "I don't know of any
plans to do it."
Charles Goodell, chairman of
the President's Clemency Board,
had asked for a six month ex-
tension.
The board has. jurisdiction
over 8,700 convicted draft vio-
lators and about 111,000 former
servicemen who were court-
martialed or given punitive or
undesirable discharges for 'going
AWOL or deserting.
THE JUSTICE Department
has control over 4,400 uncon-
victed draft evaders. The De-
fense Department is in charge
of 12,500 unconvicted deserters.
All three programs are ex-
tended by Ford's order.
The programs were denounced
at a joint news conference by
Henry Schwartzchild, director
of the ACLU's Project on Am-
nesty, Ellen Wilkinson of the
Central Committee for Con-
scientious Objectors and the
Rev. John Jordan of the Na-
tional Council of Churches in
Special Ministries.
They all accused Goodell of
misrepresenting the benefits of
the program. Schwartzchild said
"Goodell is selling the war re-
sisters. some goods which are
not worth having for the most
part."

Ethel: Tupperware titan

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riad of prizes like two stereos,
a vacuum cleaner, a sewing
machine and a freezer. She also
arrives in style at her parties
in a green station wagon -
courtesy of Tupperware, Inc.
Last night, Ethel arrived to
give her sales pitch at her
second Tupperware party of
the day at a house on Kingsley.
Her latest victims were a mea-
ger collection of six anxious in-
dividuals who poured over the
display of Tupperware ditties
strewn on an upright piano.
PAT, 'THE party's hostess,
sat in her mini-skirted splendor
awaiting the final tally which
would determine how many
"stars" she had won. The
stars later translated into
prizes.

The story of Pat's party is
a real mind-boggler. One of
Pat's friends, Suzie, had hosted
a Tupperware party in the
hopes of snaring herself an elec-
tric broom. In order to win the
broom, Suzie had to rope some-
one into giving a Tupperware
party, so she "dated" Pat - as
they say in Tupperware lingo.
Suzie got her electric broom
. . . and Pat got her Tupper-4
ware party.
The party started with a "get-
acquainted" game where par-
ticipants had to choose a piece
of Tupperware whose first let-
ter corresponds with the first
letter of their own names. Ethel
chose an egg tray, Pat chose a
pastry sheet and the person
who could remember it all got

to choose between prizes rang-
ing from "hang-it-alls" to "keep
caps."
"I LIKE to do something so I
can reward the girls and get
to know them at the same
time," said Ethel with an ever-
present smile.
But what Ethel seemed to
forget was that among the}
"girls" was one male, Ray,
who seemed to wince every
time he was referred to as a
member of the opposite sex.
Perhaps the mistake was in-
evitable, since in the next
game Ray admitted that he
had ambitions of becoming -
don't blush - a hooker.
It just goes to show: You got-
ta play it cagey when Eager
Ethel comes to town.

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GEO slams 'U' offer
(Continued from Page 1) an agreement by next week,"
an increase equal to the fac- he said.
ulty's raise for 1975-76, which- GEO negotiator JackhWile-
ever is greater. They have also den, in recounting the history
offered to freeze tuition for all of the bargaining, claimed the
GSA's with a ten-hour per week University has stalled continu-
work load or more. ously in an effort to draw out
the negotiations until the end
WHILE THE GEO decided to of the year, when most union
keep the number of union mem -members will have left Ann Ar-
bers secret for tactical reasons, bor.
several union sources estimate
the figure at 700-800 and say it "IF WE don't see a contract
has grown by 50 members every by April, we probably won't
day for the past three days. see a contractrat all," he de-
GEO spokesman Dave Gordon clared. "We are all going our
G~o poksma Dav Godonvarious and sundry ways in Ap-
said he was encouraged by "the vriousandswe'rynotygoingAto
degree of support and trust that ril, and we're not going to
the constituency has for thek hat the hell's goig on,
leadership. That's one thing the he added.
University hasnever believed In another GEO-related mat-
Up until now they thought GEO ter, a group of some 50 under-
consisted of the negotiating graduates met preceding the
team and the Stewards' Coun- union's mass meeting to discuss
cil," he added. student action in support of a
Although the union has taken
an ostensibly unmovable stance T H E G E 0 Undergrad-
in opposition to the University, uate Support Committee, which
the two sides still plan to bar- has been promised partial fund-
gain between now and next ing by GEO, has already mo-
Wednesday, beginning with a bilized several student commit-
session tomorrow. tees, including a picket com-
GORDON admitted that "they mittee whichcould potentially
(the University) would not have ExpOigersotheeliner
to accede to all our demands" Eplaiing her motives for
to achieve a settlement, though grad joining the committee
he added that he claimed all said "Larger classes and in-
the GEO demands the justified. significant student and TF in-
tWe feel that if both sides put into curriculum related
take a constructive attitude to- matters is lessening the quality
wardbarginig wecan aveof my education . . . and I'm
- - - going to fight for this." Class
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