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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 23, 1973

SGC split on Regent plan

City may contest tax ruling

CRITICISM MOUNTS

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said Fowler.

,to come at this in a totally hostile
way. There's a big potential to look JEFF SC
ion this thing as an attack on stu- ever, expre
dent power. But if we do, we may that the c
be losing an opportunity to look too muchc
at ourselves," said Fowler. to make su
Fowler did admit that it would decide they
have been "nicer" for the Office and inflicti
of Student Services had approach- we will be
ed SGC with the proposal before ment.
the meeting.:- "As a re
"But we've got to make the best dents, I do
out of a potentially bad situation," rubber sta
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HILLER (CC), how-
essed the common fear

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cil approved Jerome Weiss as the
new city clerk over strong objec-
tions, raised by the Human Rights

First Ward) and Nancy Wechsler
(HRP-Second Ward) said Weiss did
not seem particularly well quali-
field for the clerk'. post and were

TV

poii calls

for impeachment

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V ~~~l(continued from Page 1) on grounds of obstructing justice. in the House would call for ir-
ommittee might exert Party (HRP) council members and very upset by his position on voter e chmenh or povide for in-
control: "If they want registration. THE PUBLIC flooded Western peachment or provide for an in-
Carol Jones (D-Second WardUnion with telegrams to Washing- A 'thereimp"agr-t
kno thea.oIutthwy Weiss, who has served as the Jones felt Weiss' qualiications ton. Some 8,000 were sent to Cox's er ger in he ountry than ment should be considered.;
k1 thycity's assistant purchasing director for the job were acceptable but former office. A new Gallop Poll ever seen before in my public life." These would go to the Judiciary
it on the students, then csi 9 aiat puande t r fo theber acp tab std taken before Saturday's events Sen. Birch Bayh (D-Ind.), a Committee, already charged with
mesince 1970, came under firebe- also differed sharply with his stand showed Nixon's confidence rating member of the Senate Judiciary conducting hearings on Nixon's
:come a puppet govern-!o causein Tak t h ,mmbro teSnheJdiir
cause he allegedly refused to en- on registration. Thanks to the with the public at a new low. Committee, said he would intro- nomination of Ford to be vice
dorse door-to-door voter regstra- seven Republican council mem- The president of the American duce legislation to provide for ap- president.
presentaive of the stu- tion. bers' affirmative votes, Weiss was Bar Association urged Congress to pointment of a new special prosecu- U n d e r the Constitution, the
n't want to serve on a confirmed and will begin his new reestablish the office of the special tor by Chief Judge John Sirica of House can impeach a president byt
np," said Schiller. BOTH JERRY DeGRIECK (HRP. duties on Oct. 29. prosecutor, a move a number of the U.S. District Court in Washing- majority vote. This is roughly
senators and representatives also ton. Sirica is the judge most close- equivalent to bringing an indict-
ly identified with Watergate court ment. The Senate then tries the
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) action. case. A two-thirds vote there is
urged the Senate Judiciary Com- "If this last option fails," Bayh necessary to convict. The penalty
mittee to investigate what he called said, "we have no alternative but is removal from office.
accumulating evidence that last to impeach the President and to WHEN NIXON fired Cox, he also;
week's tapes battle was a pretext replace him with one who recog- abolished the office of special pros-
to fire Cox because he was "too nizes that even presidential power ecutor and turned the investigation
hot on the White House trail." must be controlled." back to the Justice Department.
Members of Cox' staff have said
KENNEDY said Nixon should THE SENATE Judiciary Com- they're ready to continue the probe'
consider resigning to spare the mittee scheduled a meeting for under Justice Department auspices
country the anguish of impeach-| Wednesday. One member said it if they are not hamstrung. A num-
will consider holding public hear-i ber of Justice Department em-
ment proceedings ings later this week to examine ployes and officials are repored
Rep. Morris K. Udall (D-Ariz.) the adequacy of Nixon's compro- weighing resignations while they
b u t y o u g e t t he proposed yesterday that Nixon mise with the Senate Watergate await decisions from Bork, Yale
agree to resign in return for the Committee on the tapes and to Law School professor who joined
immediate confirmation of House consider whether Nixon broke a the government last February.
Minority Leader Gerald Ford of pledge when he fired Cox. Cox' investigators believe the
Michigan as vice president, and Cox likely would be the first White House has materials or in-
thus successor to Nixon. I witness. formation relevant to probes they
Rep. Jerome Waldie (D-Calif.), The hearings would both air the were conducting into such topics
a member of the House Judiciary issues and lay groundwork for as a $100,000 contribution from bil-
Committee, told a news conference legislation such as Bayh proposes, lionaire Howard Hughes to Nxon
yesterday he would introduce a, a member said. confidante C. G. "Bebe" Reozo,
resolution today to impeach Nixon OTHER RESOLUTIONS expected illegal corporate donations to Nix-
ES OISS U QU PM N - ---- 7o' 192 campaign, the 1971 break
__________________________ __ ____ _____ in to the office of Daniel Ells-
berg's psychiatrist, and govern-
TRONIC FLASH FREE TURNTABLE MIIDA HOME Studentsment decisions in cases involving
from 2 to 15 feet W Multi WORTH $39.95 MUSIC SYSTEM C W ants Students the International Telephone & Tele-
th of field control 0 Built-.We willhldJur r- eeI graph Corp .and U.S. milk pro-
ries recharge completely in bo pr ducerS.
No. 40 with Kodachrome zIback at $98.88, and give forA PRESENT Nixon adviser,
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Anne Armstrong, said yesterday
that she and fellow counselors Mel-
vin Laird and Bryce Harlow tried
all weekend to explain Nixon's ac-
tions to congressional Republicans.
"They're concerned because they
thought we were on the right track
with compromise," she said.
"There's a lot of confusion, Taut it
will be allayed when the air is
cleared. The President did noth-
ing this weekend that would con-
stitute impeachment offenses . . .
it's not so much rallying the sup-
port of Congress as explaining
what happened."
But some Republican$ joined the
almost unanimous Democratic cri-
ticism of Nixon, and many at least
acknowledged that an impeach-
ment attempt was likely.
REP. GARRY B R OW N (R-
Mich.), for example, was strongly
against impeachment before . the
weekend and had played a key role
last December in scuttling a House
Banking and Currency Committee
probe of Watergate.
Yesterday,, however, he said:
"His actions are certainly unpre-
cedented and appear to be unjusti-
fied." Brown said he is now :un-
decided about impeachment.
An 'Associated Press count of
congressional comment s h o w e d
that more than 40 members of the
Housemwere saying impeachment
should be considered.
RALPH NADER said yesterday
his citizens' group would bring
court action challenging the firing
of Cox. A Washington official said
the American Civil Liberties Union
would expand its campaign to im-
peach Nixon.

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CAMERAS & ACCE
VIVITAR ELEC
- Operates automatically
pie f stop settings for dep
in nickel dadmium batte
1 hour or less * Guide
REGULAR $80.00 * 85-plus flashes per full
SALE PRICE ,,lm Lizt 44-

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corrected flash tube for natural skin tones 0 2
year parts & labor guarantee
+ 11"
Elevator VELBON
Tripod TRIPOD
4, Opens to 44%"
With pan headME-3
9Weighs only 24 oz. M -
Zipper case with
strap included REGULAR $13.50
REGULAR $13.25
SPECIAL Special $9.50
$9.25 SAVE $4.00
SAVEK$3.00
NIKON DIAMOND'
CARRY BAG "DELUXE"
REGULAR $8.88 CAMERA BAG
E4 Yellow or Green
SALE $4.88 $24.95 VALUE 5 PJJ
SAVE $4.00 Special Buy
Limit 1 per customer Sole Price $8.50
Gold Crest SR-28 Pocket Camera 220
battery perated Prettiest little pocket camera
you can buy
ELECTRONIC Suggested retail $29.50
F LASH Quarry's regular $22.50
REG. $9.95 SALE
SPECIAL $19.50
$4.95
Limited Quantity
ROLLEI
MINI 2-WAY 19BC
ELECTRONIC Electronic Flash
FLASH REGULAR $39.95
SALE PRICE $29.95
REGULAR $15.95 SAVE $10.00
RO LLEI35PET RI
Color 35E
CAMERA CAMERA"
REG. $149.50 REG. $74.50
SALE $119.50 SALE $66.00
Gold Crest
Quarry's Reg EXPOSURE METER
REGULAR $9.95
SAVE $2.50 SPECIAL $6.95
SALE $4.45 SAVE $3.00
Adjustable AUTEL 135mm 2.8
Camera Strap AUTOMATIC
TELEPHOTO LENS
2" wide multi-colored Super Reg. $34.50
(Over 100 different Dollar / e
combinations) Value $29.50
MOVIE EQUIPMENT
LENTAR
EUMIG EDITOR & VIEWER
9 Screen size 4 x 3 inches
s<MARK-501 with fresnel lens
0 Lamp 6 volt 10 watt
MOVIE * Winding Gear Ratio Direct (1 1)
0*Rewinding Gear Ratio: (1:2,88)
PROJECTOR 9 Format Super 8mm only
4S* Dimensions. Width 8"; Height 7",
Depth 8"
Quarry's Reg. Model 920-S SALE
'.$80.00 REGULAR
$3950 $24.50
SALE
$60.00
SAVE $20.00s

the $39.95
Miido
record
changer

Model 2001

TRI UMPH
Model 839 Deluxe
Portable AM/FM/AFC
Radio w/Digital Clock
REGULAR $44.50
SALE
$38.50
SAVE $6.00

TRIUMPH
MODEL 820
Portable AM/FM/AFC
CLOCK RADIO
with AC adapter, 10,
transistors. 3 m on t h
over - the - counter re-
placement i n a n y
Quarry Photo Store
Quarry's Reg. $44.50
SALE
$38.50

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TRI UMPH
855 Radio/Cassette
Recorder AM/FM
* Automatic level
control
* Battery or AC
operation
SSolid state
construction
SMicrophone included
SAVE $10.00
This Unit Is
Feature Packed
at $59.50
Quarry's reg. $69.50

UNIVERSITY COMMITEES
Student Relations!
University Relations
Academic Affairs Committee
Budgetary Committees
STEERING COMMITTEE
PROGRAM EVALUATION
A.C.R.IC.S.
Advisory Committee on
Intramural, Recreation & Club Sports
Energy Conservation Task Force
Interviews for the first two committees will be
Wed. night, Oct. 24; for the next four, Mon. night,
Oct. 29; for the lost, both dates.
To find out more (or to resolve interview date
conflicts), or call SGC (763-3241) and ask for
Mike. Or drop by our offices on the third floor of
the Union.
We Need New People to Build the New SGC

Scarfs, Mittens, Hats,
Leather Gloves
tnin Wn /r
can be warm 44
IF YOU SHOP AT Q
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ANN ARBOR 4
1121 South University

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SLIDE EQUIPMENT
ARGUS SAWYER'S
Previewer IV SLIDE ROTOTRAY
or 35mm & 127 size Limit 3 per customer
For WSie WILL FIT: Sears, Wards,
REGULAR $695 GAF & Keystone Roto-
3 ( REULAR 6.95 tray type projectors
Special REGULAR $1.95
$4.69 SPECIAL $1.79
LOGAN No. 110 SLIDE FILE
9 All metal Quarry's Reg.
construction $3.95
0 For 2 x 2 35mm SALE SPECIAL
4 color slides
« Holds 300 slides $2.45
"The all new design" 0 Holds 80 slides
HARWOOD 80 * Folds compactly for': ?
SLIDE EDITOR * Slots to keep slides ,
QUARRY'S REG. $10.95 from falling off
BIRTHDAY Great ..
SPECIAL $8.95 Christmas Gift
AIREQUIPT .Kodak
CIRCULART R- Carousel 140
CIRCULARSlide Trays
MAGAZINE REG. $4.39
Holds 100 Slides .SALE $3.69
REGULAR $2.69 Limit 3 per
SALE $1.99 customer
BINOCULARS
PRISMATIC BINOCULARS
MODEL 4035
7 x 35 WIDE ANGLE
P-I-0 REGULAR $39.50
SPECIAL $34.50
FILMS & PAPERS
MANY KODAK PAPERS
AT LOW PRICES

@1973 Hamm's.® Theodore Hamm Company, St. Paul, Minnesota.

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BAUER C-21
SUPER 8
MOVIE CAMERA
RAVE $30.00
Quarry's
Regular
$189.50
SALE $159.50

SC/102
MOVIE
CAMERA
REG. $64.50
SALE $54.50
SAVE $10.00

GAF Super 8 MOVIE FILM
WITH PROCESSING
FUJICHROME SPECIAL
35mm, 20 exp., slide film
HIGH SPEED EXTACHROME
DAYLIGHT (Limit 2 rolls per customer)
ILFORD "NEW"
PROFESSIONAL 5 PACK
35mm HP 4 400 ASA B & W FILM
120 EXPOSURES for 2.4c per exposure

Reg. $3.49 Sale $2.69
Reg.$1.59... 95c ea.
or 10 for $9.00
REG. SPECIAL
$2.15 $1.88
reg. 5 roll price $5.44
pro 5 pack $3.99

SALE ENDS SATURDAY, OCT. 27th

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