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)oturdoy, October , 1973
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Saturday, October 6. 1973
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"HARRY IN YOUR POCKET"
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page brief, said:
"The department believes that
this deference to the House of
Representatives at the post - in-
dictment stage, though not con-
stitutionally required, is an ap-
propriate accommodation of the
respective interests involved."
BUT IT REJECTED Agnew's
contention that he stands equal
with the President under the Con-
stitution with the same rights, pro-
tection and immunity.
The government said no immun-
ity exists for the Vice President
"where none is mentioned."
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Women gather to show
artwork, exchange ideas
(Continued from Page 1) "We do try to reach out and
GAWK presented a short skit help women, but it is impossible
satirizing public attitudes towards for us to do that when they are
lesbians in which a college student not aware of the services avail-
aspiring to be a nuclearphysicist ablerto them," commented a
who has no boyfriend and enjoys, staffer.
the company of other women visits "THE TURNOUT has been fan-
her analyst (Freud), who tells here tastic-just the kind of publicity
she is rejecting her femininity be- these groups need to get women in
cause she does not yearn to be a the community interested in them,"
wife and mother. said another exhibitor.
All of the women staffing the A placard posted on one of thel
exhibits seemed particularly pleas- walls summed up the prevailing
ed with the turnout-which was attitude-"Run For Office, Not
estimated 150 per hour. for Coffee."
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answer towards racism," accord-
ing to Hoffman.
He later added that most of the
University "could care less about
old 1970 demands."
On crime, SSGC proposes to ini-
tiate a student defense agency to
handle campus crime such as
AS A DEPARTURE from t h e.
norm in campus issues, SSGC also
proposes an SGC-sponsored wide-
area telephone service (WATS)
where students can call anywhere
and for any amount of time in the
U.S. for $1 a semester.
Currently large business firms
use this system.
But far and away the largest
issue for SSGC is corruption on
SGC, despite the apparent irony
in the fact that Central Student
Judiciary voided the Hoffman-r u n
spring election for University Hous-
ing Council due to "massive fraud."
HOFFMAN AND HUDLER claim
SGC has lost all credibility in the
eyes of the administration and the
"Without student support a n d
trust, President Fleming is getting
quite a giggle out of Council's hol-
"By being honest, we can screw
up SGC because that organization
is basically a racket," says Hudler.
SSGC CANDIDATES include.
Hoffman for an independent hoiis-:
ing seat, Hudler for an LSA slot,
Marry Sipple for engineering, Pat-
rick Heller competing for business
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administration, and Richard Spil-
man for an undergraduate sat on
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sible "without convincing the state
and federal governments to help us
THE NEWLY - ADOPTED resi-
dency requirements also came un-
der attack by forum participants.
One audience m e m b e r asked,
"Why did the University assume
that a lot more people would be
eligible for in-state status when
as soon as I got the letter, I
thought the new regulations were
Fleming claimed the lost rev-
enue projection was largely based
on the University's view that
'large numbers of our graduate
students have been in the state for
at least a year and are self-sup-
porting. We believed that substan-
tial numbers of graduate students
Fleming said University officials
are "willing to re-examine" the
tuition structure and "willing to
allow students to work on the com-
mittees that make this re-examina-
HQWEVER, HE complained that
"on committee after committee on
which students are placed, the stu-
dents never show up."
SGC President Lee Gill retorted,
"Administrators are payed $30,000
to $40,000 to attend very boring
meetings for hours at a time. Stu-
dents come here with the major
priority of getting an education,
and I don't think that two stu-
dents on a committee of 15 or 20
people can get any decision-mak-
"You do not allow us a mechan-
ism by which we can check what
you say," another student remark-
ed. "You're sidestepping the ques-
tions and refusing to give out in-
BIDDLE ALSO remarked on the
problems students encounter in
seeking information on University
finances, charging that incomplete
answers from University sources
are responsible for the air of
"Kafkaesque frenzy" surrounding
the tuition issue. Biddle cited sev-
eral inconsistencies in administra-
After a short pause, Fleming got
up and left without replying. Vice
President for S t u d e n t Services
Henry Johnson announced adjourn-
for the pubic good d
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