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Thursday, February 15, 1973

page Seven

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largely by availability.
"We work our way through all
the Supreme Court justices, said
Antoine. "We're delighted to have
any member of the Supreme
Court."
Antoine claims part of the rea-
son Rehnquist probably accepted
the invitation was that he is a
new justice.
"He hasn't tired yet of playing
this role. He's a good lawyer -
an extremely good lawyer. I'mI
looking forward to this," said An-
toine.
Although the mock court is open
to the public, Meredith says at-
tendance in the past has been
small.
The students participating in the
competition are generally hoping
Rehnquist is given a quiet recep-
tion.
'I hope he is given the same
welcome and same courtesy Doug-
las was,#' said Forrest Hainline.
"I think nany people who dis-
agree with Justice Rehnquist have
not read his opinions. It would be
wise of them to read his opin-
ions first."
James Maiwurm said; "I have
my own differences with some ofa
his stands, but I have a great re-l
spect for his legal mind.
"I don't look at it as a con-
frontation," Maiwurm added. l
Two groups who disapprove of
Rehnquist's recent judicial opin-
ions are the Women'stLaw Stu-
'dent Association and the Boycott1
Lettuce Group.
Rehnquist was one of the twoT
judges to oppose the Supreme,
Court's recent stand on abortion
and also one of five justices to
defend a shopping center's claim't

as private rather than public pro-'
perty.
The decision forces picket lines
to move off the property 100 yards.
David Martinez, head of the
Boycott Lettuce group, was un-
sure at this point whether any
protests would be plannedrby his
group.
"We'll probably get our flags
and pickets out. We're definitely
anti-Rehnquist," he said.
Helen Forsyth, head of the Wo-
men's Law Student Association re-
ports protesting will be done on
an individual level.
She also said that the women
"won't engage in anything to dis-
rupt the Campbell Competitions.
"It's not the students' fault that
Rehnquist was invited to speak."
She said women will "no doubtr

be active in expressing their dis-
approval of Rehnquist's judicial
stance."
"I don't think his reception will
be as warm as Do'lglas' was last
week," said Forsyth.
"He's a Nixon appointee, you
can't say anything much worse
than that. His positions indicate
he's a hard-liner on law and or-
der. H doesn't have what I would
call a developedysocial con-
science,," said Forsyth.
She added that most women
would generally agree more! with
a traditional conservative, who
w o u l d back abortion on the
grounds that the government
shouldsstay out of the individual's
life.
"But he's the wire-tapping con-
servative. That's a different breed
of cat."

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dent. "There must be a reason.
Isn't there a contradiction there?"
McCabe replied that she was
"still in the kitchen" and "still
learning how dirty politics are."
She said the Wallace' victories
in the last election were proof of
the unpopularity of busing.
"Nobody knew what his stands
were outside of busing. I didn't,
know what his stands were outside'
of busing."
McCabe could not offer a solu-
tion to the segregation problem,

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despite several questions on the
topic.
"We've been sitting on our butts
for 16 or 17 years, and integration
still hasn't happened," said one
black student.
The law student commented that
present policies are turning the
country "into a minute South Af-
rica."
"It isn't apartheid-yet. But one
does get this flavor - one might
call it an odor. No one likes quo-
tas,, but the country is so very,
very racist that you've gotta have
numbers."
Reactions to McCabe after her
appearance were as polarized as
the audience itself.
One student claims it was "the
first time I heard an alternative
viewpoint on campus - publicly,
that is. There was a lot of truth
in it."
Another student, representing the
opposite extreme said, "I think
she represents a disgusting aspect
of society. Even though I cannot
personally hate her, I hate the
thing she represents - and that's
racism, covert as it may be.
["She doesn't want to get in-
volved in the societal problems
she helped to create. This is Tot
the day for that."
E. Quad hit
by fire
A small fire causing minor dam-
age was easily contained last night
at East Quad. The fire, of unkown
origin, was originally thought to be
a smoke bomb by students.
The city fire department re-
sponded to the call within minutes
after the alarm cleared the build-
ing. No one was reported injured.
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