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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 15, 1973

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Forest fires burn
more than trees.
2 M~ruit is fug the o ublic good

Marchers,
occupy
foffice
Continued from Page 1)
The march grew out of a noon rally
on the Diag protesting Allende's"
overthrow.
The rally, which was sponsored
by the CSC, a coalition of various
University and local radical groups,,
was highlighted by clandestine
news reports from sources inside
the troubled country.
THE TAPE' recorded accounts
told of air force attacks on Santiago
University and of a march against'
the capital city by supporters of
former President Allende.
The demonstration on the Gradu-
ate Library steps included speeches
by Kenneth Langdon and Rich
Levy of the political science depart-
ment, Human Rights Party ipem-,
ber Kathy Kozachenko, and Oriana
Sato, a Chilean student.
IN A RELATED development,
City council members"Jerry De-
Grieck (HRPFirst Ward), CarOl
Jones (D-Second Ward), and Norris
Thomas (D-First Ward) joined 26
other persons signing a telegram;
addressed to Sen. Phillip Hart (D-
Mich.) and Sen. William Fulbright
( D-Ark.) asking that the Senate'
Foreign Relations Committee in-
vestigate possible U.S. involvement
in the military coup in Chile.

Agnew

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WASHINGTON (Reuter and AP)
The U. S. Prosecutors office inc
Baltimore reportedly was given ap-I
proval yesterday by Attorney Gen-t
eral Elliot Richardson to presente
evidence of possible wrong-doing by!
Vice President Agnew to a federals
grand jury.I
According to sources close to thet
probe of Maryland corruption em-
phasize that Richardson still has
not decided whether to seek an in-
dictment against the Vice Presi-
dent.
THE ONLY decision that has
been made was that it was appro-
priate for the grand jury in Bal-
timore to receive and, consider in-
formation gathered so far in the
Agnew phase of the investigation,
the sources said.
The Agnew phase of the investi-
gation reportedly was still under-
way and there was no indication
when it would be completed.
The federal grand jury is look-
ing into allegations of political
kickbacks by architects and con-
tractors in Maryland's construc-
tion industry. Agnew has denied al-
legations that he took kickbacks
while he was governor of the state
and before that Baltimore County
executive.
EARLIER in the day, in Balti-
more, Dale Anderson, the first
Maryland official indicted in the
scandal, pleaded innocent to char-
ges of bribery, extortion and con-I
spiracy.r
Meanwhile, in Washington, Jus-
tice Department spokesmen began
saying "no comment" instead of
their usual "no" when asked whe-
ther Richardson had made his de-.
cision to seek an indictment of the<
vice president.
This change in official commentt
apparently stemmed from the de-l
cision to allow the grand jury to
see results of the Agnew investiga-
tion, the sources said.

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In other Washington news, four
of the men convicted of bugging the
Democratic party headquarters in
the Watergate today asked a fed-
eral judge to change their pleas
from "guilty" to "no-guilty". They
said they had been misled into be-
lieving they were protecting na-
tional security.

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THE FOUR, natives of Cuba liv-
ing in Miami, are. awaiting final
sentencing, after being sentenced
provisionally to the maximum term

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More expensive
of bagels is going up. Bad' news to those fanciers of the little rolls (shown above) that have
for so many years the perfect companion to morning coffee, creamed cheese, and lox.

The cost
provided

Atty. Gen. Richardson
possible - five years imprison-
ment - for their part in the break-
in.
They are Bernard Barker, who
gave evidence before the Senate
Watergate Committee, Frank Stur-
gis, Eugenio Martinez and Virgilio
Gonzalez.
In a petition to Judge John Siri-
ca, who sentenced them last Jan-
uary, they said they were victims
of a cruel fraud and had been mis-
led into believing their involvement
in the Watergate break-in-was to
protect national security.
THEY SAID they had been di-
rected to plead guilty to avoid the
exposure of secret national secur-
ity operations in which they took
part.
The four were charged with bur-
glary and wiretapping after be-
ing discovered in the Democratic
party headquarters inJune, 1972,
with James McCord, who was con-
victed on similar charges after
standing trial.

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yI IN A LETTER to Agnew in Au-
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- -portunity to meet with prosecutors
Michigan is the only Big Ten before any final decision was made
school ever to win an NCAA title in his case. The sources said they
in tennis (1957). were unaware of any such meet-
ing held in recent days, or conten-
Highestbdual meet winning per- tion between Agnew and Richard-
centage by a Michigan swimming son.
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8:00 a.m.-Holy Eucharist.
10:00 a.m.-Holy Communion and
Sermon.
12:00 noon - Canterbury House
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7:00 p.m. - Evening Prayer in
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801 S. Forest (Corner of Hill St.) Missouri Synod)
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* * * Sunday Morning Services at 9:15
CANTERBURY HOUSE and at 10:30. '
218 N. Division Sunday Morning Bible Study at
665-0606 9:15.
Holy Eucharist at Noon in St. Wednesday Evening Worship at
Andrew's Church. 10:00.
Tuesday, Sept. 11th - Holy Eu-
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Church. 1236 Washtenaw Ave.
* *Student Chapel of the Reformed
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Tradition.
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Ministers: Robert E. Sanders, John Sunday.
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Worship at 9:00 and 10:30 Sun- BETHLEHEM UNITED CHURCH
days. OF CHRIST
Bible Study 12:00 noon Tuesdays. 423 S. Fourth Ave. Ph. 665-6149
Holy Communion 5:15-5:50 Wed'~ Minister: Dr. T. L. Trost, Jr.
nesdays. Associate Ministers: Dennis R.
All college students and young Brophy and Howard F. Gebhart.
professional people are cordially 9 a.m.-Morning Prayer.
invited to all activities of the 10 a.m. - Worship Service and
church. Church School.

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