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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 12, 1974

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What's NEW on SOUTH U?
GET ALL THE NEWS AS IT HAPPENS

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House subpoenas
Watergate tapes
(Continued from Page 1) recess to complete.
be enforced. He said he also THE WHITE HOUSE already has
ed the subpoena because St. indicated that some of the tapes
had indicated he would give sought by the committee do not
mmittee all or most of the exist. Some conversations on the
ial it was demanding. weekend of April 14, 1973, weren't
doesn'tiseem to me as though recorded because a machine ran
s necessary to issue a sub- out of tape, according to the White
today," Hutchinson said yes- House.
Ziegler told reporters, "The real
r HOUSE SPEAKER Carl Al- question here isn't the number of
old reporters Wednesday he tapes or gamesmanship, but facts."
es that if the President de- He then added, "There should be
subpoena for the tapes and a question about our desire to pro-
material it would be an im- vide facts."
able offense. Meanwhile, Vice President Gerald
would be a crime," Albert Ford, former House Republican
"But I'm not sure the House leader, said the committee action
vote to impeach on that was "unfortunate."
alone." He said he didn't think the action
. Robert McClory (Ri.), represented a confrontation be-
had supported many White tween the committee and the White
requests at committee ses- Houseill k
called St. Clair's offer "en- out all d predicted, t w wor
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too equivocal. lvc; ory
for the subpoena.
ler's statement appeared to
e to a letter St. Clair sent
)mmittee on April 9, in which
d a review of the requested
ials was under way but it
take until the end of the

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Senate
passes new
campaign
reform bill
(Continued from Page 1)
of campaigns, but all moves to
remove this part of the bill were
rejected.
Muchbof the impetus for passage
of the bill, which now goes to the
House, came from the Watergate
affair and related scandals of the
1972 election.
HOWEVER, THE legislation isE
expected to have rough going in
the House where opposition to
public financing of congressional
races and primary campaigns isj
regarded as stronger than ii the
Senate.t
Even if the bill should be ac-
cepted by the House, it is threat-
ened with a presidential veto.
President Nixon has opposed us-
the federal tax revenues to finarce
election campaigns, arguing this
would be a raid on the treasury
and siphon off funds from pressing
national needs.
SIMILAR arguments were made
against public financing by Senate
opponents, led by Sen. James Allen!
(D-Ala.), who s a i-d taxpayers
should not be forced to help pay
for the campaigns of candidates
they oppose.t

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There are babes1'--

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Authority elevated train that derailed in Chicago's Loop yesterday afternoon. The two car train derailed
above the intersection of Lake and Wells, south of the Merchandise Mart. At least nine people were

Firemen check Chicago Transit
as it was going around a curve
injured in the accident.

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advance,
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APRIL 19-8 p.m.

By ANDREA LILLY
The city was defeated yester-
day in its attempt to institute an
ordinance requiring the sale of
only returnable bottles in the
city.
The purpose of the ordinance
was to promote recycling, litter
control and solid waste control.
Last March the ordinance was
passed after many months of de-
bate and research. The law was
scheduled to go into effect last
June 1, but implementation was
upheld when local merchants
filed a class action suit against
the city.
THE MERCHANTS, led by
Capital Market owner John Ko-
kales, opposed the ordinance on
the grounds that they would
have been redeemingmore bot-
tles than they were actually
selling. They pointed out that
area residents could redeem bot-
tles and cans that were pur-
chased outside the city.
The Comic Opera Guild
INVITES
PETITIONS
for the positions of
" DRAMATIC DIRECTOR
r MUSICAL DIRECTOR
" TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
for the Fall 1974-Sprinq 1975
production of Johann Strauss'
"Die Fledermaus."
Those interested should contact
by phone or mail:
THOMAS PETIET
Managinq Director
432 S. Fourth Ave.
665-6074
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Ten women join next
yar's cheerleaders

Engineering Professor Eugene
Glysson, who is an expert in
solid waste engineering testified
that cans and bottles snake up
N only about 4-5 per cent of the
components of solid waste. In
his opinion, the enforcement of
the ordinance would not have
materially influenced the ac-
cumulation of solid waste in the
city.

THE COURT upheld the mer-
chants' suit, saying that the city
has no basis for concluding that
the refund deposits would: have
any effect on the litter' prpb-
lem."
City Attorney Bruce Laidlaw,
said that the opinoiis open. to
appeal. He also stated that .he
case could be appealed on a
state wide level.

(Continued from Page 1)
Six are returning from last
year's basketball cheerleading
squad: Pam Ambler, '76, Rhonda
Busbee, '77, Claire Canham,
Debbie Connell; '77, Leslie Green;-
'75, and Sharon Hamlett, '76. They
will be joined next year by Barb
Cherry, '75, Marlene Clarkson, '75,,
Diane Mather, '76 and Roshelle
McCracken, '77.
ALTHOUGH cheerleading has

long been synonomous with vi-
sions of empty-headed blondes'and
bubbly brunettes vying for a ,body
showcase, it means much more to
the girls who tried out last night.
Most gave a'"love of eheei'ead-
ing" as their reason for break-
ing time-honored tradition, saying
as Ann Coraci did, "I'm a frus-
trated cheerleader from h i g h
school."
"But I didn't tell anyone 1 was
trying out," said another who re-
fused to give her name, preferring
not to be identified As. a cheer-
leader.
DESPITE THE jokes,. negative
remarks and a generally apathetic
campus attitude towards the' is
sue, the girls feel they. have,. a
point to prove. Next year's. games
should be entertaining.

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