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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 4, 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

STUDENT POWER

Cease-fire violated

Chicago '7' acquitted

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LSA govt.

to

vote on

parity

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"important step dealing with all
pending humanitarian problems."

(Continued from Page 1)
members of the University is es-
sential for democratic decision!
making," they argue.
According to Ned Dougherty, as-
sistant to Rhodes, LSA Student1
Government representatives have,
met twice in recent weeks with the'
college's Executive Committee to!
discuss the reform proposal.
Dougherty says the meetings
were "cordial and frank," but4
there were "disagreements over
basic policy."
THE EXECUTIVE Committee-
a high level faculty body which1
helps set college policy-is ada-
mantly opposed to the concept of
parity, Dougherty says.
However, he says, there is "some
sympathy" for the idea of making,
the Governing Faculty a represen-

tative body and even some support student representation" on commit- They concede that students have THE TRIP by director Pierre
for the idea of adding a few stu- tees concerned with curriculum and a voice on a number of commit- Gallard reflected Red Cross con-
dent members. graduation requirements. tees but contend that the real cern over Syria's failure to submit
Dougherty says the committee's The Administrative Board adjudi- power within the college resides lists of Israeli war prisoners and{
opposition to parity rests on the cates a variety of student problems with the Executive Committee and allow Red Cross delegates to visit
belief that faculty members have ranging from appeals of academic in the ultimate sense with the them.
y both "a better historical perspec- expulsion to requests for waiver of Governing Faculty. Neither, they Also yesterday, the official Ro-
tive on policies which affect, the college academic regulations. The stress, have any student members, manian news agency Agerpress
life of the college," and "a future Academic Judiciary hears cheating voting or otherwise. said Israeli Foreign Minister Abba
AcadmicJudciay hers heaingEban is visiting Romania begin-
commitment to the University cases and the Joint -Policy Com- REFORM advocates also com- Eni t oiscuss " bems
which extends beyond that of stu- mittee considers overall policy and plain that the faculty has proved ofg com o isstsprll m c
dents." of common interest, especially con- ,
makes recommendations to the itself unreceptive to recommenda- cerning the situation in the Middle
DOUGHERTY believes the pro- Governing Faculty. tions from advisory committees East."
per forum for student input is the DOUGHERTY contends that stu- such as the Joint Policy Committee Some diplomats say that Ro-
myriad committees which consider dents "have been involved in real on which students do have a voice. mania, the only Warsaw Pact state,
various aspects of the college's decision-making" and says the They point out, as examples, two to maintain friendly ties with Is-
business.n ad ay te
business. charge that they have no actual policy committee recommendations rael, previously has been a chan-
Rhn-,which the faculty rejected last: nel for communications between
Rig no, h pont ou, tereisinfluence is <a serious misrepre-yer
full student-faculty rp year.Israel and Egypt.
Adm pst acult parity on the sentation." The first proposal would have U.N. OFFICIALS announced in
Administrative Board, the Aca-'
demic Judiciary, and the Joint Student government members made sweeping changes in the col- Cairo meanwhile that peacekeep-
Policy Committee and "substantial disagree. E lege's grading policies, including: ing troops have begun operations
-NO RECORD of failing grades east of the Suez Canal for the first
on transcripts. The transcript would time to clamp further guarantees
record only classes successfully on the 11-day-old cease-fire.
UACDRYSTA PRE NTS;completed: The spokesperson said Finnish,
-Pass/No Record grading for all Swedish and Austrian units are
introductory classes; and running patrols on the east bank
-A Pass 'No Record option avail- while a contingent of Irish soldiers
able in all. upper level classes is being airlifted to permanent po-
through the first seven weeks in sitions in the Israeli-held terri-

tories ofthe Sinai Desert.
There was no word whether they O contelni
witnessed the fighting reported by
Israel. Tel Aviv claimed the Egyp-
tian bridge near the Bitter Lakes By AP and UPI
was destroyed before any troops CHICAGO-A federal judge yes-
could cross the canal. terday freed the Chicago Seven of
IN NEW YORK last night, Is- 19 of 38 contempt charges imposed'
raeli U.N. representative Yosef by U.S. District Court Judge Ju-
Tekoah charged Egypt with com- luis Hoffman during their tumul-
mitting cease-fire v i o I a t i o n s tuous riot-conspiracy trial four
"throughout the day." After earlier years ago.
alleging that Egyptian troops built U.S. District Court Judge Ed-,
a bridge across the Suez Canal ward Gignoux announced his rul-
and opened fire on Israeli forces, ing after four days of arguments
Tekoah s e n t Secretary - General on defense motions for a blanket
Kurt Waldheim a letter charging dismissal of charges and for
three further cease-fire violations. acquittal.
In another letter to Waldheim, GIGNOUX DENIED the dismis-
Tekoah rejected an Egyptian com- sal demand but acquitted the de-
plaint yesterday that Israel had fendants of 18 charges and dis-'
driven the inhabitants of six Egyp- missed another one. The ruling
tian towns and villages from their left Lee Weiner and John Froines
homes and had cut off the water free from further prosecution.
supply to Suez City. The judge said he would an-
The Israeli envoy said the in- nounce tomorrow his ruling on mo-
habitants of those localities "left tions to dismiss 14 counts of con-!
in the course of the fighting, as tempt against the Chicago Seven
happens frequently in war," while lawyers, William Kunstler and'
the Suez water supply was dam- Leonard Weinglass.
aged as a result of the fighting. Five of the seven defendants-
IN REPLY, Egypt charged Is- Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Da-
raeli forces with violating the vid Dellinger, Rennie Davis, and'
cease-fire four times at the Suez former Daily editor Tom Hayden-
Canal front. were directed to face the remain-

pt counts

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half month trial in 1969-70. "Such
actions do not rise to the level of
contempt unless they can be shown
to have been a material obstruc-
tion, and the government evidence
was insufficient to show this," Gig-
noux r-led.
In refusing to dismiss all charges
against the defendants, who argued
they "deserved no more than a
ritualistic verbal spanking," Gig-
noux said the defense failed to pre-
sent evidence to support its charge
of discriminatoiy or unconstitu-
tional prosecution during the origi-
nal trial.
Morton Stavis, principal defense
lawyer during the current contempt
proceeding, refused to call yes-
terday's rulings a victory. "The
government lost but we did not
win," he said.
DURING THE original trial,
Davis, Dellinger, Hayden, Hoffman
and Rabin were convicted of cross-
ing state lines to incite rioting
during the 1968 Democratic Na-
tional Convention in Chicago. Froi-
nes and Weiner were found inno-
cent on those charges and ail
seven were found innocent of con-
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each term.
THE SECOND proposal would
have given students a voice in de-
cions on tenure.
LSA Student Government Presi-
dent Jonathan Klein says he feels:
like he's "hitting my head against'
a wall" in trying to achieve re-
forms in the college's governing
system.
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ing contempt charg'es during a

._"vt'.. .... .... s***.. ......trial to begin next week. The onlytAll of the defendants had been
D A ILY O FFIC IA L BU LL ETIN defendants in the courtroom yes-jheld " contempt at the conclusion
DALj ~ iA U Li terday were Froines and Wein- of the trial. Hoffman originally
glass. sentenced the seven and their law-
";..v:J..:::.J:^. ?.::.: ?J:: .- Gignoux made one exception i yers to prison terms ranging from
yesterday's ruling. He acquitted two months and 18 days for one
sunday, November 4 Recruiting on Campus: Nov. 5: Kunstler of one half of a two-count defendant to four years and four
DAY CALENDAR Notre Dame, Bus. Admin, Nov. 6: Stan- contempt citation on charge of days for one lawyer.
TV Center: "Dickens World: Great ford Univ, Sch. of Bus.; Northwestern badgering Mayor Richard Daley An appeals court overturned the
Expectations," wwJ-TV, Channel 4, Univ. Law; wayne State Univ. Person- with 83 questions "which he knew contempt convictions and ordered
noon. nel Office; Penn. Univ., Law; Nov. 7: to be improper." a new trial for the defendants and
Musical Society: LeningradPhillar- MT Sch. of Arch & Planning; Univ. of THE DEFENDANTS were their lawyers. The court in its
monic, Special Concert, Hill Aud., 2:30 Chicago, Grad. Schools; Burger King! H eeterlwes h ori t
pm. Corp; Noy. 8: Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.; acquitted of contempt for failing to ruling on May 11, 1972, said Judge
Monday, November 5 HEW-Mgt. Intern Program; George rise when Hoffman entered the Hoffman should have disqualified
Wash. Univ, Lawv; Aetna Life & Casual-
SACUA Meeting: 4079 Admin. Bldg., ty: Nov. 9: Columbia Univ., Bus. Ad- courtroom during their four and a himself.
2 pm. min. Vilianova Univ., Law; NYU, Law;
Speech: The Theatre of Arthur Mil- Univ. of Penn, Warton Grad. Div.; New:ur N
ler mini-course. Trueblood, 3 pm. York Life Insurance; Nov. 12: CIncin- W
Do s C. Akerof, "Measurement of nati Milacron; Ele. Data Systems
Double Charge Exchange Reactions," Corp., Nat'l Community Services; Nov.
P-A Bldg. Colloq. Rm., 4 pm. 13: Babson Collage, Bus. Admin.; Elect.
English: L. Braudy, Columbia U, Data Systems Corp.; Burroughs Wel- (Continued from Page 1) tors, including those on the Judi-
issa," Lec. Rm. 2, MLB, 4:10 pm. Enforcement Admin.; Montgomery co. to portray the President as not ciary Committee seem determied
women's Research Club: R. Brend, Adult Probation Dept.; Nov. 14: Pru- unduly preoccupied with the latest to win assurances from Saxbe on
"Male-Female Intonation Patterns in dential Life Ins., Travelers Insurance twists in the Watergate case. the independent status of President
American English, W. Conf. Rm., Rack- Co.. Montgomery Ward & Co.; Nov. 15s
ham, 8 pm. Despite their attempt to defuse Nixon 's newly named special
Music School: DMA Piano Series, M. Fruehauf Corp.; Johnson & Johnson; the Watergate issue, the Congress Watergate prosecutor, Leon Jawor-
Delanova, SM Recital Hall, 8 pm. N. Y. Life Ins.; IBM; Duke Univ, Law. seems unwilling to let the investi- ski.

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