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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 28, 1973

Page wo TE MICIGANDAIL

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's
ARMS
AND THE
MAN

Gran
graft
(Continued fi
ment which rep
"plea bargaining.
tions reportedly i
sibility of Agnew'
office while pleat
relatively minor c
in exchange for
major charges ag
SOURCES HAV
gotiations broke
government demar
besides resigning,
statement that h
bribes.
T hree witnesses
the grand jury
hours of work, bu
witnesses could b
was William Mu
president of the

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jury initiates
charge probe
rom Page 1) Council, now the office manager of
ortedly involved an engineering consulting firm,
" These negotia- Hurst-Rosche Engineers, Inc. Muth
nvolved the pos- has been an Agnew fund raiser.
s resigning from
ding guilty to a "THE INVESTIGATION of the
barge in the case vice president is a lot of bull,"
the dropping of Muth said as he left the federal
ainst him. courthouse after testifying.
E SAID the ne- Agnew was notified last month
down when the by federal prosecutors that he was
nded that Agnew, under investigation for possible
also authorize a criminal violation of tax, extortion,
e had accepted bribery and conspiracy laws. He
appeared before has insisted he is innocent of any
during the first wrongdoing.
t only one of the Agnew has termed the allega-
,e identified. He tions "damned lies" and has said
th, former vice he would not resign.

Flemings
host. tea
for students
(Continued from Page 1)
beamed to a young man in an eve-
ning gown.
"I LIKE to come to formal func-
tions," a Gay spokesman said.
"It's good for Fleming to see that
everyone isn't a straight little biol-
ogy student."
Halfway through the tea, a group
of diag freaks played blues of the
piano. They were part of a small
minority in "informal" wear.
"We're the Mind Funk express
from the planet Andromeda," their
spokesman said. They were not
asked to leave the tea.

a romantic comedy by
G.B. SHAW

October 3-6, 1973
Mendelssohn Theatre

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Daily Photo by JOHN UPTON
President and Ms. Robben Fleming meet with students at a reception held yesterday at their home
on S. University.
New proportional representation
~will increase SGC membershi

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(Continued from Page 1) council men
without regard for constituencies. plan, attemp
THE NEW constitution has a referendumc
long history of attempts to block before the
its implementation. election.
The idea for the plan was origi- According
nally introduced last year by then Judiciary (C
P r e s i d e n t of the Engineering judicial body
School Council Ro Nagey. Nagey committed s
apparently believed the old ar- rors, requiri
rangement of an "at large" SGC move.
and separate student governments A later att
for each of the schools and col- endum on th
leges at the University was dis- elections in
unified. I'unsuccessful.
Nagey's original proposal was The plan's
modified slightly at a later SGC the constitu
meeting and then put on the ballot make SGC"
in the spring all-campus election.
per cent of the vote. Only 2S per
cent of the students voted in the
election, however, despite the fact
that it was during early registra-
tion. OV
THIS YEAR, several interim

nbers opposed to the
pted to hold a special
on the new constitution
regularly scheduled
to the Central Student
SJ), the main student
, the council members
everal procedural er-
ing CSJ to nullify the
empt to put the refer-
e ballot at the regular
October was similarly
C.
proponents claim that
ency system should
"more representative"

and that the increased size should
provide SGC with "more input."
Former SGC treasurer David
Schaper, who was instrumental in
getting the proposal on last April's
ballot, said at the time that the
new constitution should interject
some "new blood" into SGC.
HOWEVER, CURRENT SGC
President Lee Gill and others dis-
pute the contention that increased
size will lead to increased input.
"Instead of 13 people with a cer-
tain amount and diversity of opin-
ions, we will have 40 people (in-
cluding non-elected members) with
the same amount of opinions," he
said.

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336 Maynard Street 1 229 South University
We regularly carry in stock over 200 titles of
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Petronius and Seneca
Demosthenes
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accepts guidelines
)rning organizations

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(Continued fromrP4ge 1)
counts or submit twice-annual au-
dits.
Taking the form of a counter-
proposal to rules proposed by Vice-
President for Student Services
Henry Johnson, SGC's guidelines
would also require that rental fees
for University facilities be on de-
posit in the accounts office 48
hours before scheduled use.
REACHED FOR comment last
night, Johnson called the twice-an-
nual audait option "completely un-
acceptable" and said that on that

ground he "would not recommend"
the. SGC proposal to the Executive
Officers. Johnson's proposal would
require student organizations to
keep all their money in the ac-
counts office.
DENYING that the council is re-
acting solely to pressure from the
Executive Officers, SGQ President
Lee Gill said last night that in the
past council has been "negligent"
in regulating student organizations
and has to begin to "live up to its
duties."

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