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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 8, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, February 8, 1914

300 VOTE:
TF's Hass demands

Hoffman deserves

belly ache

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(Continued from Page 1) neared, Marcia and Dan Fishman
the spirit of the meeting when she bolted from the room to end the
The teaching fellow leadership declared, "I no longer want to quorum rather than allow Liu to
last night appearedrto change its speak to certain other members be humiliated by his enemies in a
stance on an earlier position that of this Council." vote.
no negotiated demands would be A move torecall Ted Liu, the Soon trouble evolved. several
accepted if they lead to another Council's director of Asian affairs, constituents blocked the door in
tuition hike. sparked another ugly racial de- an attempt to prevent Hoffman
"We twould ,support any action bate. Liu was up for censure for from leaving. The trouble then
taken against a tuition hike," Sil- allegedly using physical force and continued into the hall where Hoff-
berstein said. But she refused to coercing other SGC members the man departed inside of a human
flatly back the previous declara- night of former President Lee cordon, with angry constituents
tion. Gill's resignation. reaching inside vainly trying to
Numerous speakers at the meet- The charges were made by Jim get ahold of him.
ing indicated a need for the teach- Hudler, a crony of Hoffman's and THE ANIMOSITY to Hoffman is
ing fellows to achieve their de- a fellow Screw SGC member.
mands regardless of economic con-
sequences to the University and LIU ANGRILY d e n i e d the
other students. charges. He disclaimed any knowl- P' h i ts
"The teaching fellows have got edge of threats, implicit or overt.
to take care of themselves, not When he began to respond to spe-
everybody," one person said. Sil- cific allegations, the issue soon
berstein added "it is the feeling of became a shouting match with5su rreu d e
the (GEO-OTF) Executive Com. Hudler which covered a number
mittee that we have earned our of extraneous issues.
money and are entitled to it." When a vote on the Liu recall f
01 ine

not a recent phenomenon. Hoff-
man, a shrewd and articulate
spokesman of conservative thought,
has become the focus of wrath on
the part of constituents, who see
him as the chief racist on Council.
The meeting also included a mo-
tion to recall Hoffman from the
Council. The proposal was found

to 'be unconstitutional because of
Hoffman's elected status.
Due to the rowdy nature of the
meeting, little legislative action
was taken. David Faye's contro-
versial series of amendments to
the existing constitution were voted
down en masse, following a period
of lengthy debate and a number of
procedural maneuvers.

TON IGH T (Continued from Page 1)
viser, James St. Clair, to meet
University Players present Brecht's with the congressional impeach-
ment inquiry panel-the first White
House contact with the investi-
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Rep. Peter Rodino (D-N.J.),
chairman of the House Judiciary
Committee, announced that St.
Clair had written- him Tuesday
stating that the President had in-
structed him to make himself
8 P.M.-POW ER CENTER available to the panel's legal staff.
W A R R E N reiterated previous
Tickets available at U. Players ticket office, Men- statements that release of tapes
delssohn Theatre lobby. Advance info.: 764-6300. piancation such as cout loeali
POWER CENTER BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 6 P.M. ings, adverse pre-trial publicity
and possible interference with
Box Office Phone: 763-3333 successful prosecution.
In other developments yesterday,
the Senate Watergate committee
filed -a brief with Federal Court
Nx Judge Gerhard Gesell claiming
Nixon failed to give adequate rea-!
sons for refusing to give the com-
AR L Nmittee tape recordings of White'
House meetings relating to the
Watergate investigation.
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SGC MEMBER Matt Hoffman gleefully slurps down non-union
lettuce before a crowd of UFW members who attended last night's
meeting to request money. The appropriation was approved, de-
spite Hoffman's voracious and inopportune appetite.
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University
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