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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 22,

1974

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e(Continued from Page 1) ready to get married, I'll get mar- ernor's race in 1976, the possibility
in the United States, in the election ried. If the people of Chicago of my becoming a judge."
for mayor next year. Such a move would rather have some married THOMPSON, who was called to
could lead to an eventual career crook than me, that's fine. Let Washington last year to help in
in national politics. them have it. the prosecution of former Vice-
Daley, now 71, is generally ex- "We have a sub-standard public President Spiro Agnew, hit the
pected to seek a fifth consecutive! education system, our neighbor- headlines then by saying bluntly:
term as mayor and has built up a hoods are beginning to disintegrate "Agnew is a crook. The country is
reputation as a tough administrator under the pressure of poverty, better off without him."
who gets things done. crime and racism. People are fore-. Thompson denies he disassociat-
The machine can deliver munici- saking the city as a place to live. ed himself from the Nixon Admin-
l aistration. We do not have to en-
pal aid to a voter or provide a "r. feel deeply about these prob- dorse people like Agnew, who was
job, whether it be as a clerk or a lems and I'll tell you why. It hap- a crook" he said. "The decent
streetsweeper. The result is that pens to a lot of prosecutors. A pro- thing to do was to say it, get rid
when Daley wants a big vote he secutor comes in and the first feel-; of him and go on. Don't stew over
gets it. ing he has is that he can cure all it or try to cover it up."
THOMPSON REFUSES to say the world's ills. by, prosecution. So In the past three years the num-
he will challenge Daley, but he he may be spectacularly success- ber of lawyers in the U. S. attor-
does not deny it. ful and have a string of prosecu- eys office has risen from 23 to
The prosecutor, who spends the tions. 73, many still in their twenties.
little spare time he has buying THEN HE NOTICES that the Apart from delving into. official
antiques for his 100-year-old Vic- fundamental problems are not get- corruption the office has also in-
torian house, maintains he is very ting any better. Things like pover- vestigated organized crime.
lovable. ty and education and housing can't "THE ORGANIZED criminals of
"When I am announcing that we l be solved through the criminal pro- today are much more sophisticated
have indicted somebody I have to cess. Then the prosecutor says to than their predecessors," Thomp-
look stern," he said. "But I'm himself, if only I was a politician, son said. "They still deal in nar-
really very lovable. Kids love me, "I have a lot of options open. cotics but they are also into com-
so do plants." The mayor's race is an exciting plicated mortgage schemes and fi-
A LOCAL MAGAZINE said one thing even though the smart money nancial frauds.
snag to his becoming mayor is in this town will tell you Mr. Daley "Organized crime will buy into a
that he is not married. Thompson, is impossible to beat if he runs, business, use its credit rating to
who easily slips into his native and I assume he will. buy a lot of goods, sell them on the
Chicago slang, said: "When I'm "There is the Illinois state gov- black market and then flee."
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Tuesday, January 22 mitted the necessary form to Curricu- Joint degree programs in Business &
DAY CALENDAR Ium should do so not later than Feb. Law, Business & Journalism, Interna-
Commission for Women: eduktion 1. Contact Miss Wilson in Univ. Hosp. tional Affairs & Business at Columbia
committee, Regent's Rm, 1st fl., Ad- (4-7171) or Academic Counseling Off., U. Contact office of Admissions, Grad,
min. Bldg., noon AH, for form. . School of Bus., N.Y.C.
Women's Studies: coffee hr., 2549 Career Planning & Placement Master's degrees in Dance, Fine Arts
LSA. 3 pm. 3200 SAB. 74-7456MatrsdgesnDnc,'ieAt
Physics-Astron: J. Ward, "Highlights Virginia Commonwealth Intern Pro- with grad Assistantship of $1275 and re-
of the Gordon Conference on Non- gram: Excellent training program for mission of tuition; for women, Mills
linear Optics",. Randall Lounge, R. 2038, administrative careers in state govt. College, Oakland, Calif.
4 pm. Minimum requirement: A.B. by June, Cooperative program in Drexel U.
Medieval, Renaissance Collegium: B. '74. Salary $8,000 yr. Deadline: March Grad. School of Business and Admin-
Cole, Univ. of Indiana, "Old and New 15, 1974. Stop by for details. istration. After 2 terms of study, full-
in the Trecento", Lee. Rm. 1, MLB, 4 University of Chicago offers gradu- term periods of work in mngt. jobs are
pm. ate program for liberal arts BA's who integrated with academic work. Write
Public Health: Gudakunst Lect., W. have no education courses, to prepare Drexel U., Phil. 19104.
Henley. Univ. of Penna., "The Relation- for teaching. Elementary and second-
ship of Epstein-Barr Virus to Infectious ary. MAT in 5 quarters. Deadline for
Mononucleosis and Human Malignan- financial aid Feb. 1. >THE MICHIGAN PAILY
cies", Thomas Francis Bldg. Aud., 4 pm. Seniors. Grad Students: If you are Volume LXXXIV, Number 93
Ext. Service. English: poetry reading, job-hunting, or will be seen, come to Tuesday, January 22, 1974
Joseph Brodsky, Aud. 3, MLB, 4:10 pm. Job Fiding workshop and learn about is edited and managed by students at
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wUOM-Symposium 74, Robben Flem- and Econ. Devel. Program in Montana, and foreign).
ing, members of Energy Conservation Offers experience working with rural Summer session publishe Tusday
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D.W. GRIFFITH'S
WAY DOWN EAST at 6:30
Lilian Gish and Richard Barthelmess star in Griffith's masterful adaptation of o
popular melodrama into moving story that ends with the famous rescue on the ice l
(actually done by the stars).
BIRTH OF A NATION at 9:30
The film that created an industry, established ar. art, made Griffith famous and
started protests and demonstrations is still a controversial but great look at the
civil war and reconstruction. The twist-the KKK comes to the rescue.
$CINEMA1GUILD$ for ARCHITECTURE
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