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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 15, 1915 1

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INTERESTED IN:
STUDENTS RIGHTS (Institutional governance-who
runs your life) .
INNOVATIVE GRADUATE EDUCATION-Open
Universities for example.
ALTERNATIVE CAREERS-Part time and permanent.
MANAGEMENT OF MUTUAL FUNDS-Yours and
Rackham s.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR STUDENTS
RUN FOR:
Rackham Student Government
THIS WILL BE A YEAR OF CHANGE

Regens

they

knew

of

(Continued from Page 1)
Meanwhile, Waters reported
last night that the owners of the
Ann Arbor Inn "are not inter-
ested in selling right now."
WATERS ADDED, "the price
they would want would probably
be a lot more than what the cost
of a regular dormitory would
be."
In apparent contradiction to
his previous statement that the
University would probably not
be able to use a $5.6 million
housing grant by the Depart-
ment of Housing and Urban De-
velopment (HUD), Feldkamp
commented, "I'm still optimistic
that we can use the HUD

funds."
The actual allocation of the1
HUD funds hinges on the Uni-1
versity's presentation by JuneI
30 of an acceptable plan for the1
construction of more student
housing.
The grant was made under;
the now-defunct Federal Coilege
Housing Program.
THE REGENTS say they are
hesitant to authorize the b'iild-
ing of more housing, mainly be-
cause of concern over the ex-
penses involved and fears of,
overbuilding.
"We can't build new housing;
and have it empty," remarked1
Brown.1

"Now, as far as acquiring
the Ann Arbor Inn, it's a ques-
tion of the cost," he continued.
"If you can get it on a steal,
then it's worth it."
WATERS, BROWN, Dunn and
Baker all expressed dissatisfac-
tion with the prospect of perma-
nent conversion of double dorm
rooms into triples as a way of
increasing available space.
But Waters commented, "I
would imagine if things are
taken care of this year, we'd
probably just wait and see what
happens next year."

dorm squeeze

Ex-spy warns public

Ex-inmate

Katherine

HEPBURN

POSITIONS:
PRESIDENT; VICE-PRESIDENT; 2 seats
DIVISION I-Biological & Health Sciences; 3 seats
DIVISION l-Physical Science & Eng.; 3 seats
DIVISION Ill-Social Sciences; 3 seats
DIVISION IV-Humanities & the Arts; 3 seats
DIVISION V--Education; 3 seats
Nominations & platforms due in Room 2006 Rackham

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(Continued from Page 1) national security. p
CIA to continue to exist because FOLLOWING Marchetti, Por-
it's a very powerful weapon," ter touched on the numerousI
contended Marchetti espionage organizations in the k is
He added, "My old father United States-those under the says,
says, 'Them CIA guys are all control of Cabinet members, po- (Continued from Page 1)
over.' " litical parties, and a complete threat to society and that he
Marchetti is the former ex- spectrum of federal agencies. told police he already had killed
ecutive assistant to the deputy Porter recounted the history 25 persons.
director of the CIA. His disen- of domestic spying in the United He was committed to the fa-
chantment with the secretive States, starting with raids in- cility after a jury ruled him
agency prompted him to jump itiated by J. Edgar Hoover be- innocent in 1973 of murder on
ship and expose CIA activity in fore he became director of ;he, grounds that he, was insane.
a book he co-authored with John Federal Bureau of Invertiga- ANN ARBOR'S police chief,
Marks, The CIA and the Cult of tion (FBI). Walter Krasny, said the McGee
Intelligence. "The FBI is, perhaps, the or- apartment was a "shamoles"
He is currently involved in a ganization most likely to have with furniture smashed and
legal battle with the agency files on the people sitting in blood stains covering the ceil-
over the deletion of a number this room," Porter stated. ings and walls. He said Mrs.
of passages from his book on McGee was beaten to death
the grounds that they relate to CITING THE Freedom of In- with fists.
formation Act enacted earlier It was the first murder of the
"AE 'this year, Porter urged the audi- year in Ann Arbor.
ence to write to the Bureau for Hours after he was jaded, the
their personal dossiers. McGee cause erupted in fresh
He also referred to what he controversy.
termed "paramilitary opera- IT LED TO a statement late
tions" by intelligence groups in- yesterday by Supreme Court
side the country-the Kent State Justice G. Mennen Williams that
and Jackson State campus kill- emphasized that a ruling by the
ings among them. court last September did not
--------------- free McGee.
- Chicago * New York * Los Angeles I "The Supreme Court did not
e free John McGee," Williams
j - said. "The Supreme Court did,
13 ~ law which the court did not
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