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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 24, _ 1.973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, October 24, 1'973

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One of the best films of and about the Depression
years. A young couple, down on luck and money,
are given a piece of land. Unable to farm it them- }
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grants and overcome many obstacles to bring on
the first crop. Simple dnd unassuming, this film is
effective for portraying the realism of the times.
SHORT: Pete Lorenz s
"Plow That Broke the Plains"
THURS.: George Cukor's BORN YESTERDAY
NEXT MONDAY: Igmar Bergman's SEVENTH SEAL
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EVIDENCE UNCERTAIN:

Nixon tapes question delays Mitchell trial

NEW YORK RP) - Uncertainty
over a White House tape record-
ing may force another postpone-
ment of the criminal trial of
John Mitchell and Maurice Stans,
scheduled to get started yester-
day.
The former Nixon cabinet of-
ficials are accused of conspiring
to obstruct a federal investiga-
tion of Robert Vesco in ex-
change for a secret $200,000 cash
contribution from the financier
to President Nixon's 1972 re-elec-
tion campaign.
LAST FRIDAY, both the pro-
secution and defense moved to
delay the trial because of a
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Vol. LXXXIV, No. 42
Wednesday, October 24, 1973
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judge's ruling that cojUd effect
the testimony of a key govern-
ment witness, John Dean III.
U.S. District Court Judge Lee
Gagliardi ruled that the prosecu-
tion is obliged to turn over to the
defense any of Dean's relevant
statements in the government's
possession, including any tapes
that the President is witholding
under executive privilege.
Lawyers for Mitchell and Stans
have subpoenaed an April 15
tape but the White House has re-
fused to say whether a tape even
exists of any, conversation by

Dean relating to Vesco or the
$200,000 donation.
DEAN, a former White House
counsel, pleaded guilty in Wash-
ington last Friday to having con-
spired to obstruct justice in a
plot to cover up the Watergate
burglary and bugging. He was
not indicted in the Vesco case.
Gagliardi said Dean could be
barred from testifying unless de-
fense lawyers are provided ap-
propriate documents in time to
cross-examine thewitness.
Calling Dean's testimoniy cruc-
ial to the case, Assistant U.S.
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Attorney John R. Wing on Fri-
day asked for a pospjnement
until Jan. 7. The defense then
urged putting off the trial until
March 15.
GAGLIARDI was expected to.
rule today on this pre-trial mo-1
tion and he may decide several
others, including defense pleas

to move the trial to Aberdeen,
Miss., and a government request
to quash a defense subpoena of
White House records >f any con-
versations about Vesco.
VESCO was also indicted but
he fled the country and efforts
to force his return have so far
proved fruitless.

Commuter trains to
run to Detroit daily

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Wednesday, October 24 "The Lottery;" "Year of the Commune,"
DAY CALENDAR Aud. B,'Angell Hall, 4 pm.
Russian. & E. European 'Studies: A. Journalism; Bill Sanders, editorial
Mendel, "Revolutionary Praxis & Black cartoonist, Milwaukee Journal, "Let's
Magic," Commons Rm., Lane Hall, noon. All Head for the Oval Room-They
Anatomy: I. Goldstein, "Phytohemag- Can't Corner Us There," Aud. C, An-
glutinins: Their Nature & Interaction gell Hall, 4:10 pm.
with Cells," 4804 Med. Sci. II, 1:10 pm. Chemical Engineering: "Running
Ethics, Religion: R. Wolf, astrologer, Time-Shared Jobs in MTS," Nat. Sci.
psychic, lay-therapist, ."Bio-Energetics Aud., 7:30 pm.
& Its Integration with Astrology, Magic, Computing Ctr.: J. Henriksen, "Intro-
Yoga, & Psychology in Wholistic Heal- duction to SIMSCRIPT-II," Seminar
ing," Aud. A, Angell Hall, 3 pm. Rm., Computing Ctr., 7:30 pm.
Botany: A, Smith, "North American Music School: H. Hamilton, "Japa-
Species of Lactarus," 1139 Nat. Sci.,4neseNoh-Dramna," lecture-recital. SM
Statistics: E. Rothman, "Tests for Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Super Uniformity," 3227 Angell Hall, 4 F Music School: Contemporary Music
pm. Festival, Win. Albright, organ, Hill Aud.,l
Physics: E. Leith, "Tolography & In- 8 pm.
terferometry," P-A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm. BARATIN: French House, 613 Oxford
Psych. Film Series: "Powers of Ten;" Rd., 8 pm.
GRADUATE STUDENTS WELCOME!

LANSING (UPI) -Commuting
Michigan workers may soon be
able to leave the driving to their
friendly railroad conductor rath-
er than brave bumper-to-bumpe.'
traffic on state freeways.
The state has proposed a rail
commuter service :islng 16
trains-a-day between Ann Arbor
and the Motor City.
THE PROPOSED sail line
would run on existing Pen.1 Ceh-
tral tracks which pass through
many of the center job areas
in western Wayne County.
The State Highway Commission
has already committeed $1.1 mil-,
lion from the mass transit fund
created from an additional two-
cents per gallon gasoliie t a x
to back the project.
The trains, half of which would
be outbound from Detroit for in-
ner city blue collar workers
convenience, would make stop-
overs at the Ford Rouge com-

plex, the Willow Run airport 'and
other points by train.
THE STATE hopes to encour-
age downtown Detroit office
workers to ride the train by
building either a small deport
near Cobo Hall or to renovate
the boarded-up Ford St. t r a i r
station.
Jim Kellogg, deputy director
of the State Department of
Transportation and head of its
Bureau of Urban and Public
Transit, said Monday a decision
would be made by next March 1
on whether to give the train line
a trial run.
Preliminary work on a survey
of workers at industrial and of-
fice complexes along the rail line
is currently underway.
THE STATE must deal with
the bankrupt Penn Central, Kel-
logg said, possible offering a cer-
tain amount of profit to the
railroad for use of its tracks.

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presents
EDGAR TAYLOR
International Concert Artist
PATRICIA MASH
Performing Works of:
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VIVALDI
MOZART
HANDEL
HAYDEN
MONTVERDI
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CIANTI
GIORDANI
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