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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-riday, February 9, 1973'

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Candidates
cite city
problems
(Continued from Page 1)
however, more community input is
needed to make the system serve
the public best.
Robert Henry and Roger Bertoia,
the Republicans vying for the
party's Third Ward nomination,
opposed the system, due to its pro-
hibitive cost.
The candidates only briefly men-
tioned other possible solutions to
the pollution problem. The Repub-
licans pushed for stricter enforce-
ment of litter laws and more funds
to "clean up the city."
HRP candidates mentioned rent
control as an important issue, es-
pecially for students and low in-
come residents, though none of
them offered specific proposals for
discussion. The' Republicans and
Democrats made virtually no com-
ment about rent control.
Dean denies
politics in
med choice
(Continued from Page 1)
But quite a different view of the
medical school alumni was given
by a number of sources close to
the medical school administration.
Comments portrayed medical
school decision - makers as high-
ly conservative and extremely re-
sponsive to alumni pressure.
Oneobserver said, "if the ultra-
conservatism (of medical school
policies) is broken, then the alum-
ni won't give any money." The
source added that people close to
the medical school like to keep it
on a "pedestal".
Another source said that al-
though last year's speaker, Ralph
Nader, brought no overt criticism
by the alumni, some undoubtably
made quiet comments to the
"right people."
It appears, however, that this
problem will be avoided next year.
The present system of class vote
and referral to the executive com-
mittee will probably not be used
next year, The Daily has learned.
One of the systems proposed to
replace it involves a list of possi-
ble speakers to be drawn up by the
executive committee.

SGC approves fund allocation
for Medical Aid to Indochina
(Continued from Page 1) Hoffman, the national president elected 30-seat Council with repre-
accounts." of the Jewish Cultural League, sentatives being selected from
Winter said that SGC members, feels that "SGC isn't doing its job residential, grad-undergrad, and
such as David Smith, said that in terms of financial help to Jew-
"they had reliable information that ish interests on campus." school and college constituencies.
the funds did exist." A constitutional amendment to In addition, the mandatory SGC
In other action which may raise
the question of fiscal responsibil- abolish the present SGC propoer- cent
ity, SGC ended an argument with tional representation system, spear- cents.
LSA Student Government over $600 headed by' Engineering School Jacobs expects the amendment
which it supposedly owed SGC for Council, was given a first reading. to be included on the winter elec-
using its election facilities in last The amendment provides for an tions ballot.
fall's all-campus election. - -- -- --
SGC voted to allow LSA student
government to keep the money, or
as SGC President Bill Jacobs put SOUL FOOD
it, "in the interest of keeping LSA S U OD
and SGC working together (Chitterlings, B.B.'d Chicken, Blackeyed Peas,
smoothly."
ElliotChikofsky and Matt Hoff- Greens, Slow and Sweet Potato Pie)
man were selected acting treasur-
er and member of the SGC's Mi-
norities Affairs Committee respec- F1 D N-
tively. Chikofsky, former assistant-FOR
treasurer is to perform his new
duties for two weeks until the AnnArbor Community Center
treasurer vacancy is filled.
MEET INFORMALLY WITH PROJECT PEOPLE-
FRIDAY, FEB. 9th-6 P.M.

U prof testifies
University Prof. Vince Blasi defends news media rights before a
House judiciary subcommittee in Washington yesterday. The group
is hearing testimony relateddto the enactment of legislation designed
to protect reporters from disclosing confidential information.

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