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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HPC and Johnson
clash face-to-face

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have I been informed that if my
decision, as chief executive of OSS,
was different from that of a unit
committee, I would have to re-
sign."
HPC MEMBER David Faye
asked Johnson to state clearly
whether he believed that policy
committees are merely advisory.
Johnson answered, "Yes, I do be-
lieve that. However, I object to
the use of the word 'merely'. I'm
not the kind of rigid, mono-focused
individual who would disregard
these committees' opinions."
The argument raged on for an
hour and a half in South Quad's
library with Jo hn s on and the
seven UPC members sticking to
their respective positions, often in
loud tones.
Af t,.. h mpn~a trTnlmn.nn in-

feeling is that HPC should, how-
ever, hammer out the document at
its meeting next Wednesday.
Beck intends to introduce a mo-
tion at the meeting that the com-
mittee request OSSPB's support for
an appeal to the University's Com-
munications Committee (CC) for a
ruling on whether it is a decision-
making or an advisory hoard, to
override Johnson's position.
If the CC, a judiciary unit, rules
against HPC, or if Johnson refuses
to honor its decision, Beck feels
that an appeal should be made to
the Regents.
F A Y E and fellow committee
member Robert Gordon insist that
it is too late for HPC to "jockey
for power." They are convinced
that the committee is destined to
remain an advisory board.
Describing HPC as "a fake, a
front, and a fraud," Faye further

formally requested that HPC draw
up a document specifying its com-
plaints.
HPC MEMBER Ron Beck later
claimed this request was "a dodge"
intended to take up time. Beck's
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?C's title as a "policy
and its desfacto status
isory board constitutes a
isrepresentation, leading
to overestimate their
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Drained of energy
William Simon, administrator of the federal energy office, wearily
rubs an eye while sitting at his desk last night after he announced
the emergency allocation of extra gasoline for 26 states and the
District of Columbia.
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voice in uniersity aIlaiI I. (Continued from Page 1) Charles Bates. "We still have no
f:%:.:. .'" %:% :{.%:%":%'r HEARST, who is editor of the information on if and when Patty
family-owned Examiner, had hoped will be released. We will continue
IA L BU LLE TIN the $2 million program he an- doing as we have in the past, do
nounced would satisfy the demands everything we can without provok-
,. # # of his 20-year-old daughter's kid- ing anything against Patty. We'll'
napers. But on Thursday they gave just have to wait and see what the
cussion, Mon., Feb. 25. Talk informally him 24 hours to produce $4 million next communication is from the
with eryWard oth etern Noi 'uMont- more or they would cut off all kidnapers."
Probation Dept. of Montgomery, Ohio, communications with him. THE HEARST reply came as
noun,Conf. Rms. 4-5, Mich. League. People in Need is the group long lines of poor people formed at
Sume sat which began the $2 million food food "banks" in the slum areas
3200 ssB,763-4117
Register by phone or in person: distribution on yesterday. It was around San Francisco Bay for the
Camp Maplehurst, Mi, Coed. Will in- set by donations of $500,000 from first food handouts which began at
terview Tues., Feb. 26, 1:30 to 5. Open- Hearst and $1.5 million from the noon yesterday.
il for general staff and specialists Hearst Foundation. It hopes to feed At a San Francisco distribution
atil open
NOTICE: Utah National Parks has 100,000 persons a month for a full point, a crowd of between 800 and
CANCELLED their recruitingdate on year with the original funds. 1,000 lined up at the door of an
Mon Febe5s. to acceptapor- I While the pledge of $4 million abandoned shop to receive the
tiatonproble - pick yours up. by the Hearst Corp. does meet the foodbags containing turkey hind-
Nippersink Resort, Wisc. Will in- latest demand of the mysterious quarters, bread, milk, eggs, and
terview Weds., Thurs., Feb. 27, 28, and multiracial SLA, it does not fruits and vegetables.
9:30 to 5. Openings include, waiters,
waitresses, bell boys, busboys, maids, meet their demand that the $6 Later in the day, the food hand-
kitchen laundry help. million food giveaway begin in a outs developed into food riots with
Consumers Power Company, Saginaw. week. fistfights, shoving and pandemon-
Openings for undergrads in nuclear, "This throws the ball back to ium breaking out at at least two
mech., chem., elec. engr. & unskilled
labor jobs. Details available, them," said FBI agent-in-charge; of the food "banks."

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