THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesdav, November 13. 1973
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RPP rent deal stirs conflict
Persons who are addicted to Methaqualone
Nixon reports third
major tape missing
(Sopor, Quaalude, Optimil and Parest) to participate in
an in-hospital treatment-research program at the Uni-
versity of Michigan neuropsychiatric institute. The pro-
gram will involve complete withdrawal from the drug
under medical supervision. PATIENTS WILL BE PAID
FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM.
Rodney Eiger M.D. at 764-5190.
(Continued from Page 1) ; contracts. The group has held only
TRIBAL FUNDING is request-' one so far.
ing $10,000of its funds from the BACH SAID the group has spent
city as a downpayment on a build- most of its time and energy trying
ing which will serve as a com- to find a ballroom rather than or-
munity ballroom and provide of- ganizing the concerts. Once a ball-
fice space for the group. room is secured the concerts will
Reportedly some city officials be held on a regular basis, ac-
oppose the allocation because of cording to Bach.
the close connection between Tri- Colburn indicated the subcom-
bal Funding and the radical RPP. mittee has asked council to extend
Tribal Funding, however, may the time in which all the concerts
be called to task for not sponsoring have to be presented.
24 rock concerts called for in the I Carol Jones (D-Second Ward)
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Tuesday, November 13 tion to Some Ideas of Euclidean Quan-I
tum Field Theory," 2038 Randall Lab,
DAY CALENDAR 4:15 pm.
Ctr. for Cnt.Education of women: Women's Studies Films: "Joyce at
"Women Applying to Graduate School," 34;" "Bette Tells Her Story;" "Who
Conf. Rms. 4. 5, League, noon. Woo May Wilson," Multipurpose Rm.,
Natural Resources, Sea Grant: W. UGLI, 7:30 pm.
Ross, Rutgers U, & B. Katz, "Oil Poll; University Council: election of new'
tion as an International Problem: The council chairman, discussion campus
Alaska Pipe Line Cas," 1040 Dana (Nat. security study, Cook Rm., Law Sch.,
Res.) Bldg., 3:30 pm. 73 m
Psych. Film Series: "Hello Up There;" pMusic School: M. Klein, conductor,
"Claude;" Learning" "Rock -A - Bye- University Choirs, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
Baby," Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4 pm., Residential C o 11 e g e Astronomy
Extension Serv., English Dept.: poet- Films: "Mars & Beyond;" "Mars Minus
ry reading, undergrad students, Aud 4, Myth;" "The Martian Investigators," E.
MLB, 4:10 pm. ,Quad Aud., .9 pm.
Physics: D. Williams, "An Introduc-
another committee member said
she hais been "totally satisfied"
that the contracts have not been
violated and that Tribal Funding
"has conscientiously been looking
for another location."
MOREOVER, JONES was very,
displeased the matter received pub-
lic attention because the commit-!
tee had decided not to discuss the
issue further ince the investigation
revealed no wrong-doing.
Colburn originally mentioned
the situation during a committee
report to council. He now admits
that he had agreed not to publicize
the matter and is "sorry" that he
The Republican council members
have strongly opposed much of
the revenue. sharing budget since
its inception and have been par-
ticularly critical of allocations to
RPP associated organizations.
AFTER THE GOP won a coun-
cil majority in the April election,
Mayor James Stephenson indicated
the party might try to challenge
the allocations. The Republicans
never attempted the maneuver be-
cause of various legal implications.
Council, however, does retain the
power to void the contracts if the'
necessary votes can be mustered.
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trict Court to choose a special
prosecutor for a three-year term.
UNDER THE BILL, which was
approved by five votes to four,
the three-judge panel would have
sole power to dismiss the prosecu-
tor if necessary. Grounds for dis-
missal would be gross improprie-
ty, neglect of duty or physical or
The bill was introduced by Dem-
rected to anprove it this week. It
will then go to the full house.
The Senate Judiciary Committee
is expected to vote tomorrow on an-
other bill which would empower
the chief judge of the U. S. Dis-
trict Court to name a special pro-
secutor independent of the execu-
WHILE THERE IS considerable
sentiment on Capitol Hill for the
ideal of an independent prosecutor,
TUES., NOV. 13
MUSIC by R.C.
ocrats angered by President Nix- few think Congress can muster two-
on's firing of special Watergate thirds support for any given bill.,
Prosecutor Archibald C o x last The two-thirds support would be
month. It now goes before the full necessary to 'override an expected
judiciary committee, which is ex- Nixon veto.
Israelis confroont U.N. -
(Continued from Page 1) capital of Kiev in an apparent at-
In other developments, top-rank- tempt to persuade the Kremlin toq
ing Palestinian commando leaders assign non-aligned countries a role
are expected to begin holding talks in working outa Middle East peace
in Moscow shortly on their attitude formula.
to the Middle East peace moves. ' The Yllgoslav leader was met
Sources close to the resistance there by Soviet Communist Party
movement said Yasser Arafat, the Chief Leonid Brezhnev with whom
chief guerrilla leader, left Cairo he is expected to have talks.
for the Soviet capital last night, and In Rome, United States Assistant
the heads of other Fedayeen groups Secretary of State Joseph Sisco
are expected there shortly. held separate consultations on the
Middle East with Italian Foreign'
ELSEWHERE in the Soviet Minister Aldo Moro and the Pope's
Union, President Marshall Tito of "foreign minister" Agostino Cas-
Yugoslavia flew to the UkrainianIaroli.
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is sorry to announce the
CANCELLATION of CABARET
originally listed in our published schedule for this
Wednesday and Thursday, November 14 & 15
IT WILL BE REPLACED BY
LAWRENCE OLIVIER and PETER O'TOOLE in
SLEUTH (at7:00 & 9:30p.m.)
AUDITORIUM "A", ANGELL HALL-$1.00
TOMORROW NIGHT & THURSDAY NIGHT
The enrollment is imted to 400 Students.
heN d f:es e who 'will enroll in Jnusary will grauateiJuned 4
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