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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

rage i nree

Rumors of Hearst
swap deal refuted

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Vesco threatened to tell

of

scandal,

witness says

OAKLAND, (A) - Attorneys
for two imprisoned Symbionese
L i b e r a tio n Army (SLA)
"soldiers" said yesterday their
clients do not seek any deal
trading their, release for that of
kidnaped Patricia Hearst.
James Jenner, representing
Russell Little, told Judge Staf-
ford Buckley of Municipal Court
that Little and Joseph Remiro
want the state's case against
them for the Nov. 6 assassination
of Oakland School Supt. Marcus
Foster to be tried solely on its
merits,
"I WISH to dispel reports in
the press that these two men
wish to be released in exchange
for the release of Patricia

Hearst. It is pure nonsense,"
Jenner said.
Asked by a newsman whether
his clients would refuse a trade
if the SLA proposed it, Jenner
said he could not comment on
that possibility.
"I haven't put it to them what
they would do in that case," he
said.
Officials and the Hearst fami-
ly have speculated the terrorist
group might demand her release.
ON WEDNESDAY, Superior
Court Judge Sam Hall of Contra
Costa County took under sub-
mission a request by attorneys
for Little, 24, and Remiro, 27,
that they be allowed a televised
statement of five to 10 minutes.

NEW YORK (4') - At the
height of a cover-up of Robert
Vesco's secret $200,000 contribu-
tion to President Nixon's 1972
campaign, the financier himself
threatened "to blow the lid off
the whole thing," a government
witness testified yesterday.
This testimony came from
Laurence Richardson at the
criminal conspiracy trial of for-
mer Atty. Gen. John -Mitchell
and onetime Commerce Secre-
tary Maurice Stans.
VESCO HAD JUST been sub-
poenaed by ┬░Securities and Ex-
change Commission fraud inves-
tigators and Richardson, his as-

sociate at the time, testified:
"Vesco said that was outrag-
eous and complained that they
were trying to set him up for
perjury, they were trying to ex-
tend the investigation into areas
where they hadnt been before,
they were trying to trace down
the contribution, he wanted it
quashed.
"Mr. Vesco said to Harry
Sears, 'Get hold of Mitchell and
those guys and tell them to have
that subpoena quashed, or I'll
blow the lid off the whole thing."
HE WAS extremely agitated
and emotional. I've never seen
him so mad. Sears said, all right,
he'd see what he could do. Then
he walked out. He was angry
too.:'

and Mitchell, whom he had
known as a result of his own ac-
tivities in his home state.
MITCHELL AND STANS are
accused of trying to derail the
SEC investigation in return for
the six-figure Vesco campaign
contribution. The money chang-
ed hands secretly three days aft-
er the effectiveness of a new law
requiring that such contributions
be made public.
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Friday, March 15
Day Calendar
Regents Meeting: Admin.
am.

Bldg., 11I

Hospital Commission for Women:
W10410 Iiosp., noon.I
Educational Media Ctr., A-V Ctr.:
"Child Behavior.You," "Language De-
velopment," Schorling Aud., SEB, 12:15
pm.
Grad Business Admin. - Annual
Business Leadership Award: H. B. Cun-
ningham, honorary chairman of the
board, S$ Kresge Co., "A Doctrine of
Business Management," Hale Aud.,
Bus. did., 4 pm.
Philosophy - Dewey Lecture Series:
H. D. Aiken, Brandeis U, "Dewey's
Ethics & Philosophy of Education,"
Lee. Hail 2, MLB, 4 pm.
Music School, Ctr. Chinese Studies:

L. Tsai-Ping, Taiwan Chinese Musical
Soc., "Music for the Chinese Ch'ung,"
Rackham Amph., 4 pm.
Famine in Africa: Ethiopian dinner,
reservations (662-5189, 662-5529), 921
Church St., 802 Monroe St., 6:30 pm.
Dance: "Continuum," Schorling Aud.,
SEB, 8 pm.
Music School: A. Root, mezzo-so-
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pm.
General Notices
Spring Commencement Exercises:
May 4, 1974, Exercises held 10:30 a.m.
in Crisler Arena, will conclude about
12:30 p.m. Tickets: Maximum of four to
each prospective grad., distributed from
Mon., Apr. 22, to May 3, at Diploma
Office, 1518 LSA Bldg. Any remaining
tickets will be distributed from Crisler
Arena ticket office after 9:15 a.m. Sat.,
May 4. Academic Costume: May be

rented at Moe Sport Shop, 711 N. Univ.
Ave. Orders must be placed between
Mar. 13 and Apr. 13. Graduation An-
nouncements, Invitations, etc.: Inquire
at desk in first floor lobby of LSA
after Apr. 1. Commencement Pro-
grams: Will, be distributed at exercises.
Diplomas: All diplomas (except for
Rackham doctors) will be mailed about
June 13, except those being returned
to the engrosser for addition of honors
or distinction. These will be mailed
about July 14.
The Detroit Institute of Arts
Illustrated Talk Public Welcome
WILL INSLEY on
"ONECITY"
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 20, 8 P.M.
Lecture Hall $1.50 (students 75c)
Founders Presentation from
Friends of Modern Art
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A. No.
The subpoena went unquashed
and when Vesco appeared before
the commission on Oct. 18, 1972,
he took the Fifth Amendment
against self-incrimination. Sears,
who left New Jersey Republican
politics to become a $60,000-a-
year legal adviser to Vesco, was
the latter's advocate with Stans

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Bette Davis in her first critical triumph as the tubercular waitress-who values vir-
ity over love. Leslie Howard plays the maugham role of the,.cripplewho wants her
but doesn't qualify.
Short: FEMALE OF THE SPECIES-D. W. Griffith
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March 16, 1974

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PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM/THEATRE ANN ARBOR
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ODE TO THE,
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Time: March 15,.
8 p.m.
Admission: 75c

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