100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 01, 1973 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1973-11-01

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Thursday, November 1, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Thursday, November 1, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
"U 'I~ 'I ~ W ~ N N~. ~i~Uk

S

IRA men

escape jail

Henry Kissinger, .shown here with Ismail Fahn'y, will be on the move once again. The White
House announced yesterday that he will be off on a trip to several Mideast nations including Egypt,
Jordan, and Saudi Arabia.
White House nominates Saxbe
to fill in as Attorney General

WASHINGTON, (Reuter)-Re-
publican Sen. William Saxbe of
Ohio yesterday conferred with
President Nixon and said later
he was relatively sure that the
President would nominate him as
the new Attorney General.
Saxbe, a frequent critic of the
President, told reporters he
would like to have the post and
hoped an announcement could be
made in a day or two.
THE UNITED STATES has
been without an Attorney General
since Oct. 20, when Elliot Rich-
ardson resigned rather than obey
the President's order to dismiss
Special Watergate Prosecutor
Archibald Cox.
Cox was fired by Robert Bork,
the Solicitor General who was
appointed Acting Attorney Gen-

eral, on instructions of the Presi-
dent.
Saxbe said he had a long con-
versation with Mr. Nixon today
and was of the opinion that the
President had acted honorably in
Watergate developments. ,
HE SAID the President brought
up his critical statements, includ-
ing one last December during the
bombing of Hanoi when Saxbe
said Nixon had "lost his senses."
On another occasion, Saxbe
compared Nixon's claims that he
knew nothing about the Water-
gate bugging case to a piano
player in a bawdy house being
unaware of what went on up-
stairs.
"I told the President he would
have to take me, warts and all,"
he said. He added he did not be-

lieve that his earlier criticisms
would impair his ability to work
and cooperate with the President.
"IT'S A CHALLENGE I can't
turn down," he said.
Saxbe told reporters the Presi-
dent informed him there were
people who did not think he
would make a good Attorney
General, and he responded there
were others who did not think he
should take the job, because it
was a demanding post.
The 57-year-old Senator said he
had received no definite word
from the President yesterday, but
he strongly implied that only a
few administrative details had to
be settled before his nomination
was announced.
DISCUSSING THE President's
agreement to turn over to a Fed-
eral Judge tape recordings of
conversations on the Watergate
affair, Saxbe said that Nixon
had gone further than he would
have gone..
He said the tapes were privi-
leged and he believed the Su-
preme Court would have upheld
the President's original position,
refusing to release them, if he
had pursued the matter further
in the courts.
He added he was satisfied that
any further information that was
necessary would become avail-
able from tape recordings or
documents in the White House.

DUBLIN (Reuter)-A hijacked
helicopter touched down in
Mountjoy Prison in the heart of
Dublin yesterday and flew away
with three top members of the
outlawed Irish Republican Army.
The helicopter pilot was then
forced to fly to an abandoned
race track a few miles away,
where the fugitives hijacked a
taxi and headed back to Dublin.
POLICE SOURCES said the taxi
and its driver were later dis-
covered about a mile from
Mountjoy Prison.
The I.R.A. has a reputation
for pulling off spectacular es-
capes, but yesterday's was one of
the most audacious in its history.
The helicopter, belonging to a
commercial firm in Dublin, later
returned to its base at Dublin
Airport.
POLICE would give no details
of the escape, other than to say
the men were whisked away.
Police sources could not say
how many men hijacked the
helicopter or whether it was comn-
mandeered in the air or on the
ground.
Early reports were confused
prisoners were members of the
but it appeared that the. three
violent provisional wing of the
I.R.A.
The reports said they included
Seamus Twomey, former com-
mander of the provisionals in
Belfast, and Kevin Mallon, who
until his arrest earlier this year
was believed to have directed
operations along the border near
the town of Cross Maglen, where
British forces have suffered many
casualties.
SINCE THE troubles began four
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
volume LXXXIV, No. 49
Thursday, November 1, 1973
is edited and managed by students at
the University of Michigan. News phone
764-0562. Second class postage paid at
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published
daily Tuesday through Sunday morning
during the University year at 420 May-
nard Street. Ann Arbor. Michigan 48104.
Subscription rates.'S0 by carrier (cam-
pus area); $11 local mail (Michigan and
Ohio); 12 non-local mail (other states
and foreign).
Summer session publishea Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Subscri p-
tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
area); $6.50 local mail (Michigan and
Ohio); $7.00 non-local mail ;other
states and foreign)I.

years ago the I.R.A. has pulled
several headline - catching es-
capes of imprisoned leaders of
their underground organization.
Seven of them swam to free-
dom from the heavily guarded
prison shipMaidstone in Belfast,
then hijacked a bus to safety.
Others, by various subterfuges,
escaped from prisons, courtrooms
and hospitals in British northern
Ireland.
Immediately after yesterday's
escape, police cars sped around
the capital and extra police were
called to help in the manhunt.
THE ESCAPE comes at a time
when the I.R.A. campaign for a.
United Ireland is flagging in the
north. The return to action of
three of their top men could boost

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN.
:V S:I M:.":: e v,.~ : ::::~ A X::{ : :::Jm gi~ai~ g:::s ::::YS.:-: f. S."St-a

K

in their production of NIGHTWALK
TONIGHT at 8:00 P.M.
TRUEBLOOD THEATRE
BOX OFFICE OPEN 12:00-5:00
INFORMATION 764-0450-

Thursday, November 1
DAY CALENDAR
Physics: L. Radicati, "Phenomeno-
logical Properties of the Weak Inter-
actions," 205 P-A Bldg., 2 pm.
Mental Health Res. Inst.: K. Bould-
ing, U of Colorado, "How Far Can Dar-
winian Models be Applied to Social Sys-
tems?" 1057 MHRI, 3:45 pm.
Geology. Mineralogy: W. Pitman III,
Geological Obs. of Columbia Univ., "Ma-
rine Magnetic Anomalies," 1528 CC Lit-
tle Bldg., 4 pm.
Hist. of Art, Kelsey Museum: B. Ridg-
way, Bryn Mawr, "Architectural Sculp-
ture in Archaic Athens," Aud. A, Angell
Hall, 4:10 pm.
Extension Serv., English: C. Kizer,
poetry reading, Aud. 4, MLB, 4:10 pm-
International Night: Food from the
British Isles, League Cafeteria, 5-7:15
pm.
Professional Theatre Prog.: The Open
Theatre, "Nightwalk," Trueblood, 8 pin.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Attention Students: Summer Federal
Agency Job Announcements have ar-
rived. This exam DOES NOT COVER
post office jobs this year. Applic. dead-
line Nov. 23 for January exam.
Next time you see
someone polling,
point i* out.
Don't close your eyes.
Point it out to someone who
can do something about it.

The Newspaper Fund, N.J. Journalism
students, juniors only. Deadline for ap-
plic. Dec. 1. Applications available.

%ft
ON-

row

THE HENDRIX EXPERIENCE IS HERE!

their disheartened followers.
The three men were arrested
tnder the Irish government's
tough new powers that enables it
to imprison any known member
of the I.R.A.
It was not the first time a
helicopter has been used in a
prison escape. In August, 1971, a
helicopter descended into a prison
yard in Mexico City.
THE GUARDS presented arms,
thinking thatan important of-
ficial had come to visit. Two
prisoners, one convicted of a
homicide conspiracy and one a
forger, walked to the helicopter
and jumped aboard.
It flew them to a town about
100 miles away, where they dis-
appeared.

MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
THURSDAY SEMINAR
NOVEMBER 1, 1973
KENNETH BOULDING
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
"How For Can Darwinian Models Be
Applied To Social Systems"?
TEA 3:15 p.m.-Rm. 2059 SEMINAR 3:45 p.m.-Rm. 1057
University Players/PTP
presents
iH E E
OPEN iHETREI

U.S. offers to easee
European troop level

VIENNA, Reuter - The United
States offered yesterday to scale
down its ground forces in Cen-
tral Europe in exchange for
matching cuts by the Soviet Un-
ion.,
Chief American delegate Stan-
ley Resor told the 19-nation Vi-
enna Conference on troop reduc-
tions it would be logical for the
t super-powers to make the first
cuts in Europe.
THE FIRST PHASE should fo-
cus on U. S. and Soviet ground
forces, he said. Their reduction in
a manner consistent with the
principle of undiminished secur-
ity would be a particularly valu-
able contribution to stability in
Europe.
Resor, a former U. S. Secretary
of the Army, said the troop-reduc-
tion talks, which opened Tues-
day, "provided an opportunity of
historic importance to move from
confrontation to negotiation on a
problem area of key importance
for all of us."
There was no immediate So-
viet response to Mr. Resor's of-
fer, but a statement from the So-
viet delegation indicated the
Kremlin intended to push for re-
duction of both national and for-
eign troops stationed in Central
Europe.
THE U. S. DELEGATE made
no proposals about thebsizecof
projected troop cuts, but con-
ference sources said NATO{
I.Q. of 145
and Can't
Remember.
A noted publisher in Chicago re-
ports there is a simple technique
for acquiring a powerflil memory
which can pay you real dividends
in both business and social ad-
vancement and works like magic
to give you added poise, neces-
sary self-confidence and greater
popularity.
According to this publisher,
many people do not realize how
much they could influence others
simply by remembering accu-
rately everything they see, hear,
or read. Whether in business, at
social functions, or even in casual
conversations with new acquaint-
ances, there are ways in which
you can dominate each situation
by your ability to remember.
To acquaint the readers of
this paper with the easy-to-
follow rules for developing skill
in remembering anything you

would probably press initially
for a 15 per cent cut by the U. S.
and Russia.
The U. S. has 190,000° men in
Central Europe facing 430,000
Russians.
Resor said joint U. S.-Soviet
troop cuts represented a modest
goal, leading up to an "utimate
goal" - approximate parity in
the form of a common ceiling for
NATO and Warsaw Pact forces
stationed in Central Europe.
A NATO SPOKESMAN listed
four points of contention in NATO
and Soviet bloc positions after
policy statements from the 12
Western and seven Communist
delegations.
NATO wanted to start with U.S.
and Soviet reductions, while the
Warsaw Pact was pressing for
cuts affecting both national and
foreign troops.
NATO wanted to limit reduc-
tions to ground forces, while the
Warsaw Pact aimed to reduce
both ground and air forces.
THE WARSAW PACT wanted
to reduce nuclear arms, while
NATO referred to concentrate on
conventional armaments.

Directed by Peter
Pilafion, in color from
New Line Cinema.
"A must see for all
Hendrix fanatics and
rock music fans"
N.Y. Herald
NOW
SHOWING!

-PL US-

e

HELD OVER-7:15, 9
"VERY FUNNY.
One that will provide great
pleasure whatever your
sexual habits."
-Martin Mitchell, After Dark
"CHARMING.
Proves that sex is not just
fun but that it also can
be very funny."
-Kevin Sanders, WABC-TV
"'Le Sex Shop' is the cleanest
have ever seen. It's a film
Burger Court could love."

X-rated movie
that even the

People start pollution.
People can stop it.
Keep.America Beautiful K'
99 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y 10016

Thur. & Fri.
OPEN
6:45
Complete
Shows at
7&9p.m.

6

Sot, & Sun.
OPEN 12:45
Shows at
1, 3, 5, 7, 9p.m.

("Loll

A Public Service of This Newspaper &
The Advertising Council

. DIAL 668-6416

_.. .. _,r .. , ,
,. , t_

L --Leonard Harris, WCBS-TV

Y

JACOBSON'S OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 P.M.

BILLY WILDER'S
DOUBLE INDEMNITY
Adulteress, BARBARA STANWYCK convinces insurance sales-
man FRED MACMURRAY that they can successfully kill her
husband and collect the insurance. Insurance investigator ED-
WARD G. ROBINSON suspensefully attempts to break through
the "perfect crime."
FRI.: SATYAJIT RAY'S CHARULATA
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT Architecture Aud.
at 7 and 9:05 Adm. $1

cotton corduroy suit,
carefully tailored with
European detailoring
and expertise. Fully
lined with paisley print,
it's an excellent value
at this price. Shaped-fit
jacket with hacking flap
pockets and side vents,
flared pants with belt
loops. Natural tan or
cashmere brown Sizes 36
to 42, regular: 38 to
42, long. $60.

" R
s f
s
""
f W "
" Ys
. Y "
. y t"
V l l 7 "

1 - "Z-Iv 'i I e- ct

-:: 1 .

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan