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February 15, 1974 - Image 12

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Jaworski says Nixon
won 't release evidence

Local Big Brothers'
help fatherless kids


(Continued from Page 1) THE PRESIDENTIAL decision
portant to a complete and thorough to cut off Jaworski from further
investigation and may contain evi- acess to tapes and documents he,
dence necessary for any future requested set the stage for a new
trials." conflict.
There was no mention in the'
lengthy letter of whether Jaworski In his State of the Union mes-
might go to court to seek the mate-
rial, as did his predecessor .Archi-
bald Cox. Cox was fired last Oc- Faculty barga
tober for refusing to agree not to
press his case further through thet
courts. I
it was believed unlikely Jawor-
break-in and cover-up case be- (Continued from Page 1)
cause new litigation would delay the MERC system, except that it
indictments expected later this would be contained within the Uni-
month. versity, according to UMACB.
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sage last month, President Nixon
signaled a hardening in the amount
of cooperation he was giving the
prosecutor, saying "I believe that
I have provided all the material
that he (Jaworski) needs to :on-
clude his investigations."
iners urge
"It all should be done now," said
Fusfeld. "It could avoid the prob-
ability of a TF strike."
FLEMING later contended that
the issue also involves the ques-
tion of whether or not a TF is a
student or a University employe-
hence entitled by law to unionize.
In other discussion before the
Regents yesterday, Housing Direc-
tor John Feldkamp presented the
proposal to- make Stockwell Hall
University housing needs 150
male spaces, and Stockwell, ac-
cording to Feldkamp, is "the least
popular and the last of our dorms
to fill each year. Maybe making it
co-ed would make it more popu-
The Regents will vote on the
proposal today.

(Continued from Page 1) 1
contacts the child's mother once a
Alvin Steward '75 has been a
big brother for a year. He praised
the program: "I sure needed a
big brother image when I was lit-
tle." But he complains that he
has been "always tight on time."
Because of a job and classes, Ste-
ward is planning to quit soon.
The mother of Velker's "little
brother" Tom said BLR "did won-
ders" for my child: "It gives kid§
an opportunity to learn a lot. Tom-
my was spoiled and uncontroll-

able. He needed a mannish influ-
THROUGH the efforts of cur-
rent 'Y' director John Williams the
group got assistance from Big
Brothers of America. But the 'Y'
found BBA's help insufficient and
withdrew its membership two
years ago and renamed the pro-
gram. Big and Little Brothers is
now financed through the United
Givers Fund.
The Y provides no "big-little
sister" program, but Clark says
that they "hope to get one off the
ground soon."

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Friday, Fehruary 15
Day Calendar
Indus. & Op. Engineering: L. Groner,
Syracuse U, "Concurrency in Hashed
File Access," 305 W. Engin. Bldg., 11
Hospital Comm. for Women: W10410
Hosp., noon.
Educational Media Ctr., A-V Ctr.:
Wiseman's "Law & Order," Schorling
Aud., SEB, 12:15.
Astronomy: C. Chester, Monterey
Inst. for Res. in Astronomy," The
MIRA Project: An End Run Around
the Job Situation," 296 P-A Bldg. 4
Anatomy: W. Brudon, "A eBr fiisH
Anatomy: W. Brudon, "A Brief His-
tory of Medical Illustration," 4804
Med. Sci.II, 4 pm.
Mathematics: J. Coombs, Indiana U,
"The Bound State Problem for Ions,"
3201 Angell Hall, 4 pm.
Hockey: U-M vs. Colorado College,
Yost Field House, 7:30 pm.
Music School: University Chamber

Choir, T. Hilbish, conductor, Bach's "B
Minor Mass," Hill Aud., 8 pm.
Career Planning'& Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
City of Phoenix Mgt. Intern Pro,
gram, for students who will have MA
in Public Admin or related area.
One year program covering municipal
research and admin systems study.
Salary $8-10,000 yr. Deadline March 1.
Stop by for details.
Seniors interested in Jewish Educa-
tion careers as curriculum planners,
principals, etc. may apply for fellow
ships of $2,000-$5,000 at Institute for
Jewish Life, 65 William St. Wellesley,
Mass. Deadline soon.
Student Personnel Assistantships for
Grad students at U of Vt. $3200-4600:
Write Office of Residence Halls, Bur-
lington. Vt. Deadline March 1.
International Dev't Intern Program
with AID for students with master's
in econ, finance, bus ad, leading to po-
sitions in Africa, Asia, & Latin Amer-
ica. Apply before March 15.

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