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Fridy, Nvembr 34 191

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rage Seven

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House rejects measure
on, campaign spending

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automatically falls to its perma-
vent $400~ billion level, with actual
debt figured At roughly $467 bil-
I. lion'.
ASST. ATTY. Gen. Henry Peter-
sen condemned what he called a
' "hypocritical" Congress for re-
sisting tough penalties on poli-
tici~n who receive illegal cam-
paign contributions.
He urged legislation to impose
rfines triple the amount of the il-
legal contribution and to make the
penalty apply to the contributor
and recipient alike.
"If Politician A has to cough up
three times what somebody gave
hint because it was unlawful, he's
going to be damin certa~in -- rather
than be a Pontius Pilate -- that he
knows where that came from,"
said Petersen', head of the Justice
Department's Criminal division
which is responsible for enforcing
campaign finance laws.
HEWAS LIKENING the politi-
cian to the D~oman governor de-
scribed. in 'the Bible as allowing

Christ to be crucified after maki ig
a public show of washing his hand
of the decision.
Petersen expressed skepticism
of politicians who claim no know-
ledge of illegal funds because their
contributions are handled by a fi-
nance chairman.
"The absence of evidence doesn't
indicate that the recipient doesn't
know; it simply means we can't
prove it in a very large majority of
cases," Petersen said in an inter-
view.
SENATE FINANCE Committee
Chairman Russell Long (D-La.),
said he figured the House would
at leAst be willing to negotiate on
key features of the package once'
the congressional portions are
dronned.
Under a 1971 law, presidential
nominees can get federal financ-
ing of about $21 million but may
elect to use private gifts instead.
The Senate - passed provisions
xvo'uld wipe out the private option
and requ'ire major narty nominees
to use public funds.

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Fidiay, Novemiber 30
DlAY CALENDAR~
1Hosplta! Comm. for Wome~n: F1199
Mot Roar'.noon.
Neuroscience: A. Britten, 103 Neuro-
set. Lab. Bldg.. noon.
TSMRRD: W. Rhodes. Sabin Head,
lrntnple investigator.' "Conceptual
M'odels of Child Vriance--Interven-
tton." Rh .100, 136 S. First St., I:15 pm.
Philosophy: C.' Hooker, Western On-
tario V. "Systematic Structure of En-
vironMental rPobleznis & their Rela-
*~tion to Phtilosophi&Il Issues," 1025 An-
gell Hall, 4 pm.
Astren~ny: S. van den Bergh, David
biunlap Ohs., Toronto., "Recent Optical
* Observ'Ations of Subornova Remnants,"
P-A Bldg. Colloq. Rm,. 4 pmn.
University Dancers: Power Ctr., 4, 8
~mt
Iitt'l Ctr.: Int'l Travel Fair, "Trants-
t ortttoli * Travel Overseas," Union
Station, 7 pmi.
ilibert '& Sullivan Society: "The
Grand tbUke," Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
University Players: Zindel'a "And
Mf1s. R~tdon D!inkra A Little," Arena
Theatre, Priere Bldg., 8 pm.
Union O6alery: lonesco's "T'he Bald
Soprano," thiiohl Gelery, 1st fl., Union,
a pm.
U-M Folk Dance : Barbour, 8 pm.
Musical eociety: University Choral
Union, Handel's Messiah, 8:30 pm.
Collegturn Musicum:t Music from the
-Ars Autiqus, TI. Tayl~or, dir.; S. Kiereit,
asst. dir., includes liturgical drama,
"Fiis Ottron," St. Mary's Chapel.
331 Thomapson, $, pm.
GNEAL NO TICE~lS
Ten Ctr. for Continuing Educ. of
Womn Evening Program Credit Cour-
es: scheduled for 1974 Winter ternm;
couras are for credit & admission to
UVvtt' is requir d. Center Oan help
with, a**g*uMents. Winter term stuff
Jan. 3; *ft it the time to fthtact (hr.
abouit *Admii6n & class Ouzoilment;

address. 330 Thompson St.. open week-
days, 8:30 to 5 pm.; phone. 764-6555.
All Students who wish to take Miller
Analogies Test during month of De-
cemnber should be aware that the test
will be given Mondays-FPridays at 1:30.
2:30 & 3:30 pm. only; must be there at
least 15 min. in advance of test. Coun-
seling Ctr.. 1007 E. Huron (764-9466) will
be closed Dec. 24-Jan. 1.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
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State of Mich., Competitive Exam for
Engineering Aide ( 03), deadline, Dec.
3. Applications available.
City of Portland, Maine. Summer Ur-
ban Planning Prof. for seniors, grad
students in urban planning, law, po1.
sci., pub. Mgt., related fields.

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