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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 14, 1975

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, February 14, 1975

The Department of Romance Languages
WILL CONDUCT ITS}
SUMMER -PROGRAMS IN
FRANCE AND SPAIN
Spanish/French 230 (2nd year)
8 hrs. credit
Spanish 360 (3rd year) }
6 hrs, credit
Interested students should contact the Depart-
ment immediately for details on dates and
costs.
764-5345 4108 MLB

Ziegler cancels lecture tour
after MSU student protest

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY'S
OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE
PRESENTS

By BETH NISSEN
Former White House Press
Secretary Ronald Ziegler an-
nounced yesterday that he will
resume a full lecture schedule
in the fall of this year. Ziegler
postponed his scheduled Feb. 25
appearance at Michigan State
University ( MSU) 1 a t e last
week, following controversy over
Nixon administration officials
profiting from Watergate.
Ziegler's lecture fee was orig-
inally to come jointly out of
MSU's lecture fund and the stu-
dent government. When the stu-
dent government withdrew their
half of the fee following student
protest, the MSU administration
agreed to honor Ziegler's con-
tract and pay the entire fee.
AFTER ZIEGLER postponed
World Community Food Bank
presents
A BENEFIT FOR
STARVING CHILDREN
STARRING
'The Dramatics'
'24-Carat Black'
and "JUN IE" of the
OHIO PLAYERS
Valentine's Day
February 14, 1975
Show starts 7:30 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
DONATION: $5.00 advance
$6.50 at door
Sponsored by:j
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his tour for "personal" reasons,
Michigan State University said
they would not reschedule Zieg-
ler later in the year, giving a
crowded pre-arranged lecture
schedule as the primary reason.
Ziegler's agent, William Leigh
of the Colston-Leigh Lecture
Bureau in New York, said Zieg-
ler postponed the series follow-
ing a re-evaluation of his time
commitments and consideration
for his general health.
"There were a lot of things
Ron had to do that he hadn't
realized, that are tied up with
working for Richard Nixon,"
said Leigh. "Ron has been
working for a long time with no
vacation, and now he feels he
needs one. He wants to separate
his own thoughts out."

LEIGH ALSO,
the timing for
was bad. "He

said Ziegler feltI
a lecture tour
feels it is not

appropriate to begin lecturing
ten days after he stops working
for Nixon," said Leigh. "This
fall should be much better for
all concerned."
Neither Ziegler or his agentl
said the tour was postponed be-
cause of the controversy at
Michigan State, Boston College
and several other colleges that
had originally scheduled Zieg-
ler to lecture.
"I recognize that I'm nat the
most popular figure on the col-
lege campus today," Ziegler
said yesterday on NBC's Today
Show.
"It will not affect my intent
to lecture next fall," he insisted.
"I intend to do that. I think
there are a lot of students wvho
want to listen to what a young
man who served for five nd a
half years in, government baes to
say. And I look forward to their
questions."

AP Photo
CARLA HILLS, President Ford's appointee as secretary of Housing and Urban Development,
chats with reporters in Washington yesterday. If confirmed, she will be the third woman
cabinet member in history.

JOIN THE DAILY STAFF

FORD CHOOSES WOMAN:
I ills nominated to cabinet

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of Cities, said their groups were
shocked byFord'sechoice.
The White House said the,
President had chosen Hills be- .
cause she was an extremely
competent administrator andI
had experience in housing be-,
cause she had handled cases ofI
housing fraud.
HILLS, an authority on anti-1
trust law, previously served as
an assistant U.S. attorney in
Los Angeles.-
Previous women members of
the cabinet were Francis Per-a
kins, President Franklin Roose-

former associates as intelligent,
and tough yet flexible.
"I THINK life is lived in five-
year programs, whatever seems}
the most stimulating opportun-
ity at that juncture," she once
said.
"It's just impossible to say
what you think you'll be doing
in 15 years. And probably five
years is too long."
It was that flexibility vhich
brought her to the Justice De-!
partment last April 1 as the
first woman assistant attorney
general in more than 40 years.

KRIS KRISTOFFERSON and RITA COOLIDGE
IN CONCERT
FEBRUARY 21-8 P.M.
BOWEN FIELDHOUSE
$3 50-$4.50-$5.50
Tickets available at: EMU McKenny Union, Mr. Music
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vest sLabor Secretary, and BY THE accounts of her as-
Oveta Culp Hobby, President sociates, she has been success-
Eisenhower's Secretary ful in the job as she has in vir-
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en still found barriers in the
legal profession.
"She's a stand-out, no question
about it," declared one depart-
ment associate.
She was a stand-out at Stan-
ford University where she grad-
uated with honors 20 years ago,
and at Yale Law School where
she ranked 20th in the graduat-
ing class of 167 in 1958.
AFTER working as an assis-
tant U.S. attorney in Los An-
geles for four years, she be-
came a partner in the Los An-
geles law firm of Munger, Tol-
les, Hills and Rickershauger.
Her husband, Roderick, was
a partner in the same firm. He
also is board chairman of the
Republic Corp., a conglomerate,
and presently is on a leave of
absence from the law firm.
At the Justice Department,
she has impressed associates
as a strong-minded administra-
tor. "She's tough. I don't think
anybody who is working for her
would want to cross her. There's
a certain measure of iron
there" said one department
lawyer.
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