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April 20, 1975 - Image 6

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Page Six


Sundaiy, April 20, 1975


-Ernst city resident? 'Non-hiring blasted Justice Thomas

classroom instruction in
electronic music
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(Continued from Page 1)
"She had to switch her address
to file (for mayor). "If she used
the Maple Street address, she
couldn't run," he added.
"You might make a case that
she established residency in or-
der to run," Goodman continu-
ed, that could be construed to
be "unethical but not illegal."
HE SAID, however, that "it
(the allegations) is an attempt
by the Republicans to discredit
the election."
According to City Attorney
Edwin Pear, "The city charter
says that one has to be a resi-
dent for one year before run-
ning for an office, But that was
struck down by the Supreme
Court in 1971 or 1972 and now
Ont lterrp rri o I ii v a i_

could be prosecuted for possible
voter fraud under state law."
1'"AS TO whether or not her
votes will count in the election;
- - that's something for the court
to decide," Pear concluded.
Washtenaw County Prosecu-1
tor William Delhey said last
night that "all I've seen is the
lease of the Maple St. (ScioI
Township) house -- nothing
"If she appears guilty of!
violating a state law, she will1
be prosecuted, with a fine orz
imprisonment the result," Del- 1
hey added. He said he will de-t
cide on possible legal action
when the city police department
submits its finding in the inves-
I iat in c

- -- - - - - _ -rte rr

Cotied ro t Pag r) classified as anything buitn .me-1R1
(otnefrmPeclsiidaantigbtm- K a aahThe decisiono not to offfer the diocre. The University just is1aa i g i d ies
job to Hurley had been met' not enforcing Affirmative Ac-
with a measure of discontent, tion, they're really falling flat
especiallytamong grad students down on their face in that re- LANSING (UPI)-Michigan Supreme Court justice Thomas
who felt that there was a des- spect." M. Kavanagh died last night of cancer. He was 65.
Aerate need for someone who After voting to offer the posi- Officials said Kavanagh died at St. Lawrence Hospital in
could communicate well with Lion toone of the male candi- Lansing shortly before 7:30 p.m. He had been listed in critical
students. What set off the con- dates, the executive committee co tinsicphsrmd.taeet He hospee istdFiday. tca
troversy, however, was the ex- discovered he had already ac- condition since his readmittance to the hospital Friday.
ecutive committee's subsequent cepted another job. However,
decision to offer the job to a there has been a move to re- KAVANAGH originally entered the hospital March 16 after
male who had not received one i consider Hurley. It is expected an X-ray revealed a tumor on his lower intestine, which later
first place vote from the search the selection process will start proved to be malignant. He underwent surgery March 18 for
committee's original ranking. again next fall. removal of the cancerous growth.
At- n ri c d o Affir o ta An _J v --- --- c -!- - - t

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Accorai ng to timrmativeic A
tion guidelines, the University !-
should hire a woman (or other ?} QQ
minority person) when theree
are two equally qualified can-


Hospital officials said Kavanagh's family was at his side
when he died. Kavanagh's wife, Agnes, died last June of cancer.
Kavanagh received a letter from President Ford just hours
before his death yesterday.

'® °'""are aw requiresm o ays res"c'r .aJ',. 3 1c
parita list of subjects covered during dency'IERNST denied any wrongdo- "I believe that from the be-, ~ the " HAVE a reatamany friends and ac
our 12-week course: Pear said that "there is a mg, asserting, "It's just a side inning, the zoology department (contaiued rrom page 1 your-gratdspt and o
* Sound properties and acoustical phenomena question" as to possible viola- issue --tthey're (the Republi- bad no intention of hiring any- been denied money because of Kavanagh was one of five Democrats ont
" Electronic generation and modification Of sound Lios at this time, but "shej cas) just making smoke." one other than a white mae for the freeze. bnhH ea i 8hya saSpeeC
Theoryanduseofvoltaeed- "It's an attempt to get as this position," commented one Among those organizations isi
y an use o age-controle equipment AE , much smear publicity as they , source close to the selection the Madison Street Entertain-, January, having served three terms as chief just
* Tape recorder characteristics and operation can - they have little regard process. "They (the executive ment Committee which has Kavanagh was first elected to the Supreme C
* Studio recording, splicing and mixing techniques for people and they have no in- committee) were all ready to planned an all-day party for an eight year term that was later extended to
555 e. william 994-5404"" tegrity," she added. accept a man who nobody had the last day of classes. re-elected to the bench in 1966 for another eight
-IN ITS SUIT, the committee 1974, he was re-elected once more by 1.3 million vo
CLASSES BEGIN FIRST WEEK OF MAYie charged Allen with dereliction amount ever received by a state Supreme Court ju
/ Aof duty, inavailability to the stu- _
C iOur sOn S uICa dents, and neglect of students'
SO STATE ST. AREA CSJ halted hearings on the suit. s
Chikfsk will serve as pres-,tt~~~I/fJ I~U
* PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED dent until the results of the up-
*BPRESCRIPTION SUN GLASSES coming SGC election are known h (Continued from age ) port
EU~® Br 0 LARGE PEE SELECTION Pi OFC FRAMES --probably on April 30. The cmitesr port
r COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE Allen, who previously served recommendations, originally set THE SOURCE
336 MAYNARD DAILY 9 m -5 Pm. 662-1945 as SGC vice president, ordered for release at last week's Re- the committee's
SAT. ti Noon the freeze on Council expendi- gents meeting, was postponed. run as long as e
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE PUBLICATION OF 318 S. STATE-ANN ARBOR tures because he stated he was Severl sources close to the members disagr
Between ibert& Wiliam On The Comous ;unsure of the body's financial committee said last week they tain recommend
A NEW BOOK OF POETRY BYeW solvency. were convinced that adminis- parently some o
tration officials sought the de- have been resol
- 1 lay to prevent heavy publicity One source su
before the campus empties aft- port will avoidS
ter exams. of Fleming and
TLr II AF in~ n ( EDUCATION school Dean dealings with Ccr
GATHERING THE BONES TOGETHER he WvOrldDSBest Cafmping qupmn aWilburCohen,the committee's and February
!r7 I # 1' chairman, has declined com- sulting" by blac
ment on most aspects of the re-
Mr. Orr will be at Centicore, 336 Maynard, Wednesday, AA ±RtrsrID Meanlamse
April 23 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. to read selections tU IiUII I V OUC( Muskegon) said yesterday he is gation of the "
from his new book and autograph copies of it Everyone)upset with the committee's reportedly makin
failure to release the report as gress and awai
inivted. Refreshments. scheduled and added that he probe's report. T
Hiki g Boots believes at least two other Re- of Health, Educa
Reviews of Mr. Orr's last bok, BURNING THE EMPTY NESTS: gents are "disgusted" with the fare (HEW) ann
' (f delay ruary that it w
This is an almost unbearably powerful and obsessive first Sleeping agIn recent weeks, rumors have the controversy,
book of poetry by one of America's most remarkable young Kastner described a split in Cohen's official said littl
pot.PckjTnseight-person panel, with several be done on the p
° poets. -THE KIRKUS REVIEWS lt;jFamnePacks, ent5 members arguing for tougher ceipt of the affi
criticism of the zoology depart- committee's repo
A first book of poems and an auspicious debut for a gifted -emet's roesiraCat'stree R n
pot ccessories tion. But yesterday, at least TeRgnsa
-poet.-PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY two sources hinted that the com- to suspend furthe
Gregory Orr's first book of poems has the abstract beauty of * Troilwise ! Fabiano ! Gerry. era agreement on its final re- committee's repo
aeria -ography. THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW 0 Gabbier 0 Snowlion
S Orr is a haunting poet. -CHICAGO SUN TIMES IRSG E
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Imirers around
n admired for
the high court
urt justice this
ourt in 1957 for
1966. He was
-year term. In
rtes, the largest
S said some of
meetings had
ght hours when
eed over cer-
ations, but ap-
f the disputes
ggested the re-
trong criticism
Rhodes whose
)bb in January
,re termed "in-
k and women's
eparate investi-
Cobb crisis" is
ag slo w pro-
ting the first
'he Department
ition, and Wel-
ounced in Feb-
would examine
but an HEW
le work would
robe before re-
rmative action
reed last week
r action on fill-
fpest until the
rt is received.


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