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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 25, 1973

House not satisfied, pursues impeachment

MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Dept. of Psychiatry
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
THURSDAY SEMINAR

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of the Judiciary Committee, would
not deny the report. His only ;om-
ment was "the President is a po-
litical realist."
Rep. Jerome Waldie (D-Calif.),
one of the most outspoken im-
peachment cheerleaders, admitted
that the tape release diffused some
of the passion, but said the am-
munition and the votes needed to
impeach could still be mustered.
"It (the tape release) is certain-
ly an important step," Waldie said
in a press conference yesterday.
"But the tapes are really insig-
nificant. You don't need 50 charges
in an indictment to get a convic-
tion. Only one count is needed."
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Thursday, October 25
DAY CALENDAR
Physics: L. Radicati, "Phenomenolog-
ical Properties of the Weak Interac-
tions," 205 P-A Bldg., 2 pma.
MHRI, Psychiatry: R. Rubin, "Psy-
choendocrinology & Psychosomatic Me-
dicine," 1057 Mental Hith. Res. Inst.,
3:45 pm.
Geology; Mineralogy: G. Latham, U
of Texas, "Restuls from the Apollo Seis-
mic Network," 170 P-A Bldg., 4 pm.
Chemical Engineering: R. Brodkey,
"Turbulent Motion, Mixing, & Kine-
tics," 1042 E. Engin. Bldg., 4 pm.
Ctr. for Early Childhood Develop-
ment & Education: A. Sameroff, U of
Rochester, "Early Determinants of De-
velopment: Fact or Fancy," Schorling
Aud., 4 pm.
Nuclear Seminar: P. Ellis, U of Minn.,
"Inelastic Effects in Direct Reactions,"
P-A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
International Night: French food,
League Cafeteria, 5 pm.
Professional Theatre Program: Fey-
deau's "Chemin de Fer," Mendelssohn
Theatre, 8 pm.
University Players: Durrenmatt's "The
Marriage of Mr. Mississippi," Arena
Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 8 pm.
Music School: Theo Alcantara, con-
ductor, Univ. Philharmonia, Hill Aud.,
8 pm.

MORE SURPRISINGLY - and
more significantly-were the com-
ments of congressmembers whose
politics are not so liberal as
Waldie's.
Seiberling called the tapes "a
minor issue," and said the Judi-
ciary Committee will investigate
Nixon's alleged involvement in the
Watergate cover-up, the Ellsberg
psychiatrist's office break-in, and
the firing of the Special Watergate
Prosecutor Archibald Cox-a move
which may constitute obstruction
of justice.
Moderate-minded House Speaker
Carl Albert (D-Okla.) declared
yesterday that the inqury would
proceed unaffected by the release
of the tapes.
EVEN MARVIN ESCH, Ann Ar-
bor's GOP congressmember, told
The Daily he remained "certainly
in favor" of pressing the Judi-
ciary's probe.
One of the most significant fac-
tors fueling the impeachment
fever is the continuing flood of
anti-Nixon mail, telegrams, and
telephone calls into congressional
offices.
Rep. Martha Griffith (D-Mich.)
summed up the reaction of Con-
gress: "It's not like anything we've
ever seen before."
SEN. PHILLIP HART (D-Mich.)
reported over 900 messages from
constituents in the past three days
-only 20 expressed support for
Nixon. The rest his office said,
overwhelmingly favored impeach-
ment.
A little calculator
will get you t h r o u gh
times of a lot of figuring
better than a lot of figur-
ing will get you through
times of little calculators.
Come to U-CELLAR
AND SEE

A staffer for Hutchinson said the
Congressman's mail had not been!
counted yet but "it looks like about
10 to one against the President."
Most congressional offices had
not yet compiled figures on con-
stituent reaction since the tape re-
lease announcement, but Seiber-
ling said he has received 128 phone
calls from his district since Nixon
made the turnaround. Of those, 113
were critical of the President.
SEIBERLING NOTED the im-

nation as well as impeachment.
Only the most liberal House
Democrats suggest that Ford's
nomination be held up in order to
throw the Presidency to Albert.
THE MAJORITY, sentiment is
clearly that Ford's nomination'
should be considered quickly and
sent to the floor.
Judiciary Committee Chairman
Peter Rodino (D-N.J.) promisedI
he will not delay consideration of

OCTOBER 25, 1973
ROBERT T. RUBIN
Neurology Laboratory, Harbor General Hospital
Torrance, California
"Psychoendocrinology and Psychosomatic Medicine"

TEA 3:15 p.m.-Rm. 2059

SEMINAR 3:45 p.m.-Rm.1057

portance of public furor to the Rodino suggested that impeach-
members of the House:e mntdof the President can be han-
"As long as the people feel this died by a special investigative sub-j
way," he said, "we have no choice committee while Ford is being con-
but to press this thing to the end." sidered.
With storm gathering over Nix-
on's presidency, the status of his
vice presidential appointee - Rep. LEGAL ABORTIONS
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