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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 15, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 15, 1974

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Conspirators plead innocent
(Continued from Page 1) vestigation against financier Rob- that Woods' appearance could be
y Rothblatt, counsel for De- ert Vesco. postponed no longer than two days.
a Miami real estate broker, Laurence Richardson, a onetime ! James McCord, saying Presi-
eporters he expects to sub- Vesco aide, testified at the con- dent Nixon should have apprised
President Nixon as a de- spiracy trial of Mitchell and for- the court at the time he learned
witness. mer Commerce Secretary Maurice hush money was paid some of the
Stans that he was told Casey still Watergate defendants, asked U.S.
E R Y REVELANT witness felt Vesco was "a bad guy" five District Judge John Sirica yester-
called," Rothblatt said. "I months after Vesco made a secret day to call a hearing and order the
he'll be a very relevant wit- $200,000 cash contribution to Presi- President to testify.

Kissmger
speaks on
embargo
(Continued from Page 1)
THE RADIO broadcast also said
Algeria held out at the meeting
for setting a two-month trial period
on lifting the embargo.
Giving the first official account
of Wednesday's meeting of Arab
oil ministers in a Tripoli hotel, the
radio made no mention of the re-
ported decision to lift the oil ban.
However, high-level L ib y a n
sources said after the meeting that
the participants had decided to lift
the ban.
LIBYA HAS strongly opposed
easing the oil curb, and the lack of
an official announcement that the
meeting had decided otherwise
was to avoid embarrasment for
Col. Moammar Khadafy, the Lib-
yan leader and host for the meet-
ing.

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McCORD SAID that if the Presi-
dent had performed his duty as
the "highest law enforcement offi-
cer in the land," and advised the
court, Sirica would have had "an
absolute duty" to lift McCord's
conviction and either order a new
trial or dismiss the charges.
Some 13,000 University students
in 1972-73 received about $28 mil-
lion in scholarships, grants and
loans, funded from a variety of
gifts and state and federal sources.

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Bursley Hall Enterprises
PRESENTS
ONE DAY
IN THE LIFE OF IVAN DENISOVICH
9:00 p.m.-Saturday, March 16
Bursley Hall
West Cafeteria Admission $1.00
The University of Michigan
CENTER FOR SOUTH & SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
ANNOUNCES
A SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN
MINI - COURSE
THE EVOLUTION OF A MYTH:
The Ramayana in SouthernAsia
(Division No. 495, Course No. 418)*
MARCH 19 - APRIL 4
The purpose of this course will be to explore what
happens as a classic story travels from region to re-_
gion and from medium to medium. How do symbolic
forms evolve? How does a story keep its relevance
thrugh history? How does medium shape content?
Scholarshfrom several fields-art, music, literature,
philosophy, linguistics; and history-have been ask-
ed to dicuss the great Sanskrit clasic, the Rama-
yana, giving special attention to these questions.

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BOOKSHOPSE MAYNARD

Each class
Thursdays,

will run from 3:00-5:30, Tuesdays and
at 306 Burton Memorial Tower.

- PARTICIPATING FACULTY -
ALTON L. BECKER - Linguistics
MADHAV DESHPANDE - Linguistics
LUIS GOMEZ - Buddhist Studies
SATENDRA KHANNA - English
CHANDRA AGRAWAL - Humanities
WALTER SPINK - Art History
NAZIR JAIRAZBHOY - Indian Music,
Univ. of Windsor
WILLIAM GEDNEY - Linguistics
HIRAM WOODWARD - History of Art
WILLIAM MALM - Musicology
JUDITH BECKER - Musicology
PETER HOOK - Linguistics
PATRICK PEEBLES - History
* Students may enroll for the course (1 credit)
(and may also obtain further information about the
course) at the Center for South and Southeast Asian
Studies, 130 Lane Hall, 764-0352.

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