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Tuesday, February 20, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page, Seven

Tuesday, February 20, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Sever'

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Faculty body vetoes
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(Continued from Page 2)
were then amended according to
Assembly proposals' into the final
version last month.
AM N'MTUThe proposed rules have thus far
been ratified by the Assembly and
Student Government Council, and
--- will go into effect as soon as they
are approved by the Regents.
The judiciary system designed to
enforce the new rules remains, af-
ter two years of organizational
work, still non-functional. The sys-
tem, approved at least in concept
by all parties involved, provides
for a student-faculty Court of Ap-

peals to hear all conduct cases.
The structure of the court has
been approved. But it can not
become operational until it names
its officers-a complaint referee
and a judge. The officers must also
be approved by Senate Assembly,
SGC and the Regents.
When the court is finally organ-
ized, President Robben Fleming
will pronounce it inoperation. If
the rules are not yet ratified by
the Regents, the court will enforce
the Interim Rules' for as long as
necessary.
SO HE WAS HUNGRY
ROME (UPI) - A man jumped
from a motorcycle and grabbed
the briefcase Canio Saluzzi was
holding. Saluzzi, 45, was more
amused than outraged.
"He must have mistaken me
for someone else," Saluzzi told po-
lice. "All there was in the brief-
case was an egg sandwich."

Tanaka,
(Continued from Page 1)
diplomatic relations.
Speculation concerns the possi-
bility that President Nixon might
withdraw the 8,000 American
troops now on Taiwan, the Chinese
island which is head4uarters for
the Nationalist Chinese govern-
ment recognized by the United
States. These troops largely have.
been supporting the U. S. role in
Vietnam and since the cease-fire
are no longer essential.
There also is talk of the United
States being allowed to open a
trade office in China.
Tanaka and Ohira told Kissing-
er they hoped the peace in Indo-
china would stabilize and that re-
construction of the wartorn penin-
sula could begin soon.
Tanaka welcomed Kissinger's
visit here ,especially in the light of
recent political events.
The Japanese Prime Minister,
was forced by the dollar devalua-

China

tion to cut the yen loose and let it
float, in effect carrying out a re-
valuation he had repeatedly vowed
not to do. As a consequence, his
own political fortunes are at their
lowest since he took office last
July. The American contribution
to this state of affairs has not made
Washington any more popular here.
Kissinger was Ohira's guest for
a two-hour dinner seated Japanese-
style on the floor at a geisha house
in the Akasaka entertainment dis-
trict.

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fop ic,
In keeping with the general sec-
recy soirroinding Kissinger's one-
day visit here, Ohira first declined
to specify where they were going
for dinner, except to say, with a
broad smile, "somewhere in To-
kyo."
But newsmen later learned the
site and found out from some of the
girls who served dinner that Kis-
singer was served Japanese rice
wine - sake - whisky and a com-
bination of Western and Japanese
foods.

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South Vietnam are up to full
strength, while the Viet Cong have
only 200 men assigned, thus slow-
ing deployment of its field teams.
South Vietnam and the United
States have their observers al-
ready in place at 23 of the 26 sub-
regional sites. The North Vietna-'
mese are in place at five of them,
the Viet Cong at none.
The Viet Cong blame a lack of
security, inadequate accommoda-
tions and South Vietnamese at-
tacks on Communist - controlled
territory.
U. S. sources say the Communist
side is seeking "frivilous" privi-

leges such as officers' and non-
commissioned officers' clubs and
television sets at the sites, while
the United States and South Viet-
nam have agreed to accept aus-
tere conditions.
The U. S. sources say the Com-
munist requests are unreasonable
because of four-party Joint Mili-
tary Commission will be dis-
banded March 28, the deadline for
the return of all U. S. prisoners
and withdrawal of all American
troops from Vietnam. At that time
the International Commission of
Control and Supervision will take
over fall responsibility for the
cease-fire.

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housing
community faculty
administration
business
student
If you want to see the student put back in the
center of things, then we want you.
U.A.C. is now taking applications for positions on its
new 10 man Executive Planning Board. Applications
may be picked up in the UAC office, second floor, Mich-
igan Union, and must be returned by Friday, Feb. 23.

Get toknow the two of
you before yubecome
thethree ofyou.
Get to know what you both really like.
What you both really want out of life.
Get to enjoy your freedom together until you both
decide you want to let go of a little bit of it.
But make it your choice.
Research statistics show that more than half of all
the pregnancies each year are accidental. Too many
of them, to couples who thought they knew all about
family planning methods.
Get to know how the two of you don't have to
become the three of you.

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