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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 16, 1974

POeIA Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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G O ASperts, testified that at least five
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testimony
had been made deliberately. White
House lawyer James St. Clair
strenuously objected to all ques-
tions relating to this issue, claim-
ing the tapeatechnicians were not
qualified to answer them.
Former Attorney General Elliot
Richardson reacted "with dismay
and concern" at the new disclos-
ures.
Richardson, in Los Angeles for a
speaking engagement, told a press
conference, "I think that the Presi-
dent and his administration have
already faced and, do face a seri-
ous problem of credibility and pub-
lic confidence and these findings
certainly will not help."
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(Continued from Page 1)
carrying the unloaded and inoper-
ative gun, Wayne stood in the hatch
of a tank-like personnel carrier
that rumbled from Lampoon head-
quarters to the movie theater.
Wayne grinned, handed out auto-
graphs and dodged snowballs lob-
bed from the windows of Harvard
dormitories. Thousands cheered in
the student shopping district while
Lampoon staffers outfitted as cow-
boys and Keystone Cops fired toy
guns and pranced about.
WAYNE stopped smiling o a c e
when Indian protesters leaped in
front of his armored vehicle. The
13-ton machine stopped briefly, but

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Dimensions of Religious Experience
LECTURE AND DISCUSSION SERIES
PRESENTS---
JANUARY 16, WEDNESDAY 3-5 P.M., ANGELL HALL, AUDITORIUM A
Towards a Broader Understanding of Religion
By TED KACHEL, Director, Office of Ethics and Religion, U-M
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ?
NEXT WEEK JANUARY 23, WEDNESDAY 3-5 P.M., ANGELL HALL, AUD. A
The Philosophical Implications of Hindu Mythology
By DR. DAVID KINGSLEY, of McMasters University, Canada
As the Opening Lecture of a MINI SERIES on A SIAN RELIGIONS which will include presenta-
tions b CHOGYAM TRUNGPA, BAHKTI VEDANTA, BARBARA LINDERMAN, & STUART GOR-
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when a soldier yelled, "Keep this
damned thing moving," it contin.
ued.
Police removed the Indians and
there were no arrests. The Irid-
ians said they were protesting theirA
depiction in Wayne movies.
Once inside the theater, a youngt
woman set the tone for the stu-'
dent admiration of Wayne when
she leaped up and hollered, "I
don't care what they say about
you, Duke. You're still a man."
THE MOSTLY under-25 audience,
long-haired and dressed in dun-.
garees, whooped its approval. Then;
began light-hearted debates.
Wayne grined at questions like:
"How does your horse feel about
sex in the cinema?" "What was{
the last book or comic book you
read?" "Mr. Wayne, can you do
an Ed Sullivan impersonation?"
SOME OF THE questions he an-
swered:
Q. "What do you think of wo--
men's lib?"
A. "I think they have a right
to work anywhere they want to
(long pause) as long as they have
dinner ready when we want it"
Q. "HAS PRESIDENT NIXON
ever given you any suggestions for
your movies?"
A. "No, they've all been success-
ful."
Q. "Why don't you use midgets
in your movies?"
A. "BECAUSE THEY'RE too
hard to hit."
The men who ran Wayne's per-
sonnel carrier were Army reser-
vists from the 5th Cavalry station-
ed in Quincy. "The 5th Cavalry
fought in many of the battles that
John Wayne fought in in the mov-
ies," said an Army spokesman.
At the theater, the Army made
Wayne an honorary colonel.

Russian
official
leelures
(Continued fromPageI)
can relations after the Cold War
is in part due to fear of nuclear
war and a "revision" of the Ameri-
can view that military power is
the "chief tool" of foreign policy,
and that Communism is the source
of America's difficulties. He re-
marked- that the Sovi6t Union re-
garded the Cold War -as "forced
upon us from the outsjde."
BUT, HE ADDED, "the forces
which produced positive changes
will be at work in the foreseeable
future." Arbatov stressed that the
prevention of nuclear war, the
common desire to divert resources
toward internal problems rather
than weapons and the development
of economic a n d technological
agreements all i m p r o v e the
chances for detente.
He maintained, however, that
the "inertia" produced by Ameri-
can Cold War policies has had po-
litical consequences that could
damage detente. For example, So-
viet military parity is seen by
some Americans as a threat.
Arbatov complained that many
Americans continue to insist on a
policy "tantamount to interference
in the affairs of Socialist coun-
tries." In a veiled reference to
critics of the Soviet position on
dissenters, Arbatov said that al-
though many Soviets disapprove of
internal American policy, both
countries should not try to correct
or reform each other. "Why don't
Americans," he asked, "display
equal concern to some other coun-
tries like Brazil" where they do
have a say on internal policy?
THE cuRRENT "growing mu-
tual trust" between the United
States and the Soviet Union was
"put to the test of strength" by
the recent Mideast War. "Events
failed to revert Soviet-American
relations to the state of the Cold
War," he said. However, during
the question and answer period it
was pointed out that Soviet ac-
tions, including a communication
from Brezhnev to President Nixon,
led to an American military alert.
Arbatov, delivering the Arthur
Vandenburg Lecture n a m e d to
honor the late Michigan senator,
closed his prepared text by stress-
ing that we can no longer afford
"lost opportunities for peace be-
tween the two super powers.
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