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' Friday, October 5, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Iriday, October 5, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Politicians
debate in
Idormi~tory
(Continued from Page 1)
a firm denial that he had ever in-
dulged.
Bullard followed: "I only wish
you had the opportunity, because
it can't hurt you. It is a shame:
that you put people in jail for.
smoking it while I am working in
the state legislature for its legal-
ization."
Stephenson was silent.
At one point Thomas offered a
surprising comment on Ann Ar-
bor's unique three-party political
system.
NOTING that HRP had not ex-:
isted, when he first ran for office,
Thomas reflected, "I don't know'
what I would have done if I had
had a choice" between HRP and
the Democrats.
One of several gay activists at
the meeting attacked Stephenson's
opposition to Gay Pride Week, an
event which was declared official
by the old HRP-Dem coalition on
Council. Under Stephenson's lead-
ership, the GOP-dominated Coun-
cil elected last April liquidated that
declaration.
Stephenson restated his official
position on the matter last night:
"Homosexuals in Ann Arbor, by
virtue of their being homosexuals,
have not contributed 'enough to the
city to warrant a special week."

WATERGATE HEARINGS

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More dirty tricks hit

(Continued from Page 1)
join in a project of "negative cam-
paigning" against Democratic can-;
didates.
From the beginning, Muskie was
the principal target, Kelly said.
WHILE IT was always assumed
that Alabama Gov. George Wal-
lace would win the Florida pri-
mary, it would have been a vic-
tory and not an upset for Muskie
to have come in second.
"What we wanted was to derail
his bandwagon and cause him to'
come in fourth or fifth," he said.
Muskie finished fourth.
"Mr. Segretti mentioned to me
that Muskie had a short fuse and, if
enough pressure was put on him
week by week, he would be more
likely to blow that fuse," Kelly
said.
HE TESTIFIED that he once en-
tered a Muskie news conference
wearing a long coat and released
two white mice with blue ribbons
tied around their necks.

The slogan on the ribbons read:
"Muskie is a rat fink."
Under questioning from Sen.
Daniel Inouye, (D-Hawaii), Kelly
said most of his activities probab-
lv were illegal.
KELLY said these included the
distribution of misleading litera-
ture, including some which por-
trayed Muskie as favoring the
Cuban regime of Fidel Castro,
supporting increased busing to
achieve integration and opposing
the position of the state of Israel.
Most of the literature, press re-

attributed to Sens. Hubert Hum-
phrey, (D-Minn.), Henry Jackson,
(D-Wash.), or New York City May-
or John Lindsay, other candidates
in the primary.
Kelly said that the Cuban-Amer-
ican pickets he had supplied to dis-
rupt one Muskie news conference
wore Humphrey buttons but that
he had told Muskie aides they real-
ly had come from the Jackson cam-
paign.
KELLY SAID he suspected Se-
gretti was working for either the
White House or Nixon's re-election

leases and advertising was falsely committee.
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When was the last time
You stood up and
applauded a movie?
When were you so impressed and involved
that you spontaneously cheered?
In theaters across the country, audiences
are standing up applauding and
cheering "Walking Tall."
It is a deeply moving, contemporary film.
"Walking Tall" is based on the true story
of a young man who wouldn't surrender
to the system.. . and the girl who
always stood by him.

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Republicans rejoice
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger joyously greets New York

licensed qualified
physicians

Governor
some 400
last night.

Nelson Rockefeller during
diplomats at New York's

a dinner Kissinger gave for
Metropolitan Museum of Art

SGC party backs
student power bid

(Continued from Page 1) I
'parties."
SRP candidates feel student gov-
ernment can be effective because'
they believe SGC has real power,
disagreeing with critics who charge
that since students have no real
input into Regental decisions, that
likewise the council is powerless.

rent strong status. on SGC-four
members - at - large plus President
Lee Gill-by running eight council
candidates in next week's election.
Party supporters are critical of
the "10-10-10" SGC representation
plan, labelling it "undemocratic
and unworkable."
The rest of the SRP platform
covers an unusual combination of

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ROSEMARY MURPHY
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SRP FEELS ONE source of city and University issues, calling
strength is simply the council's for grading reform, abolition of dis-
official status. "SGC is recognized tributiou requirements and greater,
as the* official representative of student participation in academic,
the student body by the' Univer- d e c i s i o n s, as well as radical
sity," said Fujimoto. "In times of changes in local government sim-'
crisis it can serve as a liaison and ilar to those advocated by the Hu-
speak for the students' side." man Rights Party.
Another strength SRP candidates RUNNING ON the SRP ticket
point to is SGC's financial re- RP
sources. SRP believes that the al- with Fujimoto are: Thomas Louns-
location of funds to the various bury for residence halls represent-
campus activist organizations is an ative, Daniel Fishman for under-
important function of SGC and graduate representative and Rich-
should be continued. Therefore, it ard Rott for Rackham representa-
supports the concept of mandatory tive; Marcia Fishman and Ros-
student assessments to fund SGC. anne Lapinski for LSA representa-
Fujimoto said that the SGC Le- tives, Ed Hall for Law rep, and
gal Advocate Program and Tom Doug Reith for Engineering rep.
Hayden and Jane Fonda's address
at Hill Aud. "would have been im-
possible if not for SGC funds." East. Wind calls on:

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SRP HOPES to expand its cur-
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Friday, October 5
DAY CALENDAR
Physics Lecture: L. Radicati, Univ. of
Pisa, "The Neutronization Process," 205
P-A Bldg., 2 pm.
Astrono myColloquium: S. Schect-
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International Center: "Foreign Stu-
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film, But What If the Dream Comes
True, International Ctr., 603 E. Madi-
son, 7:30 pm.
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series; available in Mendelssohn Thea-
tre Ofc., Mon.-Fri., 10 am.-5 pm.
Attention Students: Oct. 19, 5 pm., is
last date for Fall Term when the Reg-
istrar's Ofc. will allow refund for a
50 per cent Withdrawal.

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