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Friday, November 2, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, November 2, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SGC sets up new committee

Mideast war renewed

(Continued from Page 1)
Council a comphehensive final re-
port on the committee's findingsl
"within the month."
Committee member and SGC le-'
gal advocate Tom Bentley reported
on the investigation of SGC's fian-
cial situation, saying that the Coun-
Scil's books are so thoroughlymess-

confusion was also caused by what During the long debate over the
Bentley termed "deliberate jug- motion many members expressed
gling" of the books. skepticism that Faye would be
Bentley added that he thought able to work smoothly with Council
perhaps SGC would be able to have President Lee Gill. Carl Sandberg
the University's audtiors perform of Rackham summed up the mat-
the audit and save SGC some ter saying, "Let's call a spade a
money. He continued, however, spade. You and Lee simply won't
that this might lead to University mesh."

(Continued from Page 1)
the Suez combat zone to make the
ceasefire line "more coherent" and
to strengthen the truce.
She ref'ised to elaborate her pro-
posal and would not say if the pro-
posed redeployment of troops would
end the Israeli encirclement of the
Egyptian Third Army, which is
trapped on the east bank of the
Suez Canal.
MEIR REPEATED Israel's re-
jection of demands by Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat that Israeli
forces must pull back to the Octo-'
ber 22 ceasefire line before there
could be an agreement on exchang-

interference.
ed up that a complete audit couldi
run to several thousand dollars. In other action council defeated
According to Bentley, Council has a resolution to appoint David Faye
been plagued by amateur and un- to the post of executive vice-presi-
sophisticated bookkeepping since it dent. The office is currently va-
first opened accounts outside of cant following tie resignation of
the University control in 1969. The SnyGen
Sandy Green.
Drain problem Fo
finally solvedForum
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)- ~-
Motel manager Joe Ewing finally(contued from page 1>
found the cause of his drainage, long discussion followed on the
problem the dead pet boa constric- reasons for barring Zionists from
tor of rock singer Alice Cooper who the meeting.a
was gust astAugst.The chairman-who refused to
was a guest last August. I identify himself - later explained,
While staying at the Quality "We don't allow Zionis:s to he
Parkway Inn in Nashville, the here, they cause great trouble.
snake, named Kachina, disappear- They are the cause for the misery
ed and Cooper had to get another of millions of people."
one "THE ARABS and Israelis lived
"The bartender was cleaning the together for centuries 'til the
bar and found it all stopped up," period of Zionist aggressin," he
said Ewing. "All of a sudden he'continued.
x"I think I have a right in a
looked at the floor and the boa democratic meeting to establish
constrictor came easing out of the my point of view," protesterl a
drain. It wasn't alive but it wis pro-Israeli man.
still a snake. I haven't eaten all Another member in the audi
' day ~ence commented that the eetioi
of the Jews merely served to
"TI'-e's no sense in getting into alienate some of the "people who
a ,tias4a with people who don't be- were on the middle ground."
lieve ii reincarnation," said Joe THE DISCUSSION of the Mid-
Dunham, junior high school prin. east conflict finally resumeJ with
cipal. the pro-Arab group calling for a
Tapes loaned to aide
(Continued from Page 1) ' restraints. I am not prohibited from
White House press briefing to an- taking any action I might feel
nounce the nomination of Saxbe to should be taken."
be attorney general. Acting At- He said he hopes Congress will
torney General Robert Bork an- be satisfied with the arrangement
nounced Jaworski's appointment as and that he does not see how an
special Watergate prosecutor. appointment could be made by any
Bork said Jaworski would have branch other than the executivd.
all the freedom and independence Nixon's pledge did not satisfy
originally promised Cox and a re- Sens. Adlai -Stevenson (D-Ill.) and
newed promise of "-the full coopera- Birch Bayh (D-Ind.), sponsors of
tion of the executive branch in the separate bills providing for a court-
pursuit of his investigations." appointed special prosecutor.
"I anticipate; reasonableness on "We've relied before on the
both sides," Borkesaid. s promises ofrthe President and Con-
Bork was asked if it was clearly esshas been burned," Stevenson
understoodsthat Jaworski would be id. "There can be no independent
free to go to court to press for I prosecutor without congressional
additional tapes or presidential acoue Speaker Carl Albert said
papers if he deems it necessary. the legSpatldAprteed
"That is absolutely clear," Bork s gislation should proceed but
replied, did not know what effect Jawor-
. ! ski's selection would have.
Cox refused to accept a summary ____
of taped White House conversations
dealing with Watergate rather than The Friends of (Folk Music)
the tapes themselves. Nixon fired For anyone who wants to sing,
Cox and established the prosecu play, or listen to folk or old time
tor's office inside the Justice De- music.
SUNDAY, 3-S p.m.
partment. of the ARK
At a news conference in Hous- 421 Hill, Ann Arbor
ton, Jaworski said: "There are no
Saturday Night, Nov. 3-9:00 p.m.
BURSLEY HALL ENTERPRISES Presents:
Alan Arkin Audrey Hepburn
IN
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A majority of the members
present voted to elect Faye to the
post. However the constitution of
the council stipulates that a ma-
jority of all 27- votes on council
are needed for confiramtion, not
simply of those present.

ing prisoners of war.
However, she stated without fur-
ther elaboration-that she was
more optimistic about the prisoner
issue following her talks with Presi-
dent Nixon yesterday.
The Israeli Prime Minister stated
repeatedly in response to questions
that while there was discussion of
the ceasefire line, the President
did not apply any pressure on her
at all to meet the Egyptian posi-
tion.
ASKED why then she had de-
cided to make her hurried trip to
Washington, she replied "just to
find out that there was no pres-
sure."
Meir said Israel was willing to
open peace negotiations with the
Arabs anywhere in the world, even'
in Cairo if the other side wanted
that.
She said that the negotiations
should be held without precondi-
tions, but she stressed Israel's re-
fusal to permit Jerusalem to be-
come a divided city again or to lose
its status since the 1967 Middle
East war as Israel's capital.

TFs meet
(Continued from Page 1)
mentioned last night would begin
with a one week work stoppage
starting Nov. 12. If the University
failed to respond to the work stop-
page, it wojld be followed by an
all-out strike beginning Dec. 3, just
in time fortpapers, exams, and the
end of the term.
ACCORDING to sources at last
night's meeting, assemblies of
teaching fellows in the following
schools and departments have gone
on record in s"lnort of the strike:
economics, political science, psy-
chology, anthronology, mathema-
tics, statistics, linguistics, history,
philosophy, chemistry, botany, zo-
ology, - communications sciences,;
English, Romance Languages, En-
glish Language Institute, American
Studies, Residential College, Pilot'
Program, a"d Music.
Economics instructor Laurie Ef-
fron, who chaired last night's
meeting, said departments which
have so far voted to strike include'
about 900 TFs. Departments em-
ploying several hundred more TFs
have been contacted, she said.

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erupts in violence
halt' to "U.S. imperialist and Soviet ' A spokesman for the Ass'x.iatnn
imperialist aggression and subver- for Arab Students denounced thei
sion in the Middle East." ejection of the Jews and stated
"Zionism is a total fascist, coun- that "we don't support this kind
ter-revolutionary movement,' con- of action."
tinued a chairperson. He went on -
to say that the Arab people must ' Utah is in the approximate
be supported against U.S.-Israeli ' geographic center of the western
aggression. half of the United States tnearly
After being ejected from tha
meeting, Diana Miller commented, equidistant from the Canadian
"I am very disturbed-given the and Mexican borders and the
circumstances of tension and prob- Pacific Coast and Missouri Val-
lems in the Middle East that people ley
who hold meetings to discuss this -
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