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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 23, 1973'

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Gray says ai

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That occurred only three days
after he issued instructions to have
a safe in Hunt's office opened and
the contents, including a gun and
s o m e electronic equipment, be
placed in his custody. On June 27,
Dean turned the contents of Hunt's!
safe over to the FBI.

Hunt and six others face sentenc-
ing today for the bugging and
burglary of Democratic national
headquarters.
Byrd told newsmen that Gray's
admission is "a startling one, es-
pecially in view of the fact that he
continued to provide Dean with
raw facts from the FBI's files."

~e lied t4
Gray has maintained that he sup-
plied the FBI data to Dean in his
role as counsel to the President
while Dean was conducting a sepa-
rate Watergate investigation to de-
termine if any White House aides
were involved.
A statement issued yesterday by
the White House press office said
"Mr. Dean flatly denies that he
ever misled, or as Sen. Byrd sug-
gests, lie to an agent of the FBI.
"Mr. Dean recalls that in June
of 1972 as FBI agents were depart-
ing his office, he was asked wheth-
er or not they could visit Mr.t
Hunt's office. He said he would
check-the question, as Dean re-
calls, did not relate to whether
Mr. Hunt ever had an office in the
EOB."

o FBI
"The reference to Mr. Dean,'
the White House statement went
on, "is reprehensible, unfortunate,
unfair and incorrect."
After further grilling by Sen.
John Tunney (D-Calif.) Gray was
again excused and the hearings
were adjourned until Chairman
James Eastland (D-Miss.) issues a
call for their resumption. Eastland
said he would not expect that to be

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NI xon to miss Hash Bash
(Continued from Page 1) laws .we just want the com-
2000-4000 people will be on the Diag munity to get together and get
at one time. high."
Frederick Davids, director of Keith Stroop of the National Or-
University security, is confident a for Reform of Mari-

at least
After
hours,

for a few days.
questioning Gray for two
Byrd repeated earlier

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statements that he would not vote'
for him to be FBI director.
"There is too much evidence of
political activity on the part of the
acting director; there is too much
evidence of subservience to the
White House.

"the event will be as insignificant
as last year's" but he would not
disclose the precautions the Uni-
versity is taking.
Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter
Krasny is equally equivocal and
evasive. "We don't know what we
will do.. . we will have to wait
to see if anything develops," he
said.
Sheriff Fred Postill of the Wash-
teiiaw County Police was sure that
"the event doesn't concern the
Sheriff's Department,#' but per-
sonally speaking, "if I am invited
I might try to get over there."
Local Hash Bash organizers em-
phasize the fact that the event "is
not a protest' against present dope

juana Laws, was pleased when in-
formed of the event. "It's great
that people can get together in
public and get high, but be care-
ful that you behave civilly so that
those opposed to the utilization of
marijuana aren't turned off even
more."
One of those people who might
be turned off is District Court
Judge Sandorf Elden noted for
the decision that struck down the
$5 penalty for .possession of mari-
juana.
Unfortunately, Elden was not
available for comment. According
to his secretary, he is a "very
busy man."

MONDAY, MARCH 26
RAY PADILLA
University of California, Berkley
SPEAKS ON:
"HE CHICANO AS SURVIVOR"
Educational trends in Chicano culture

FI

-TONIGHT-
Carnal Know ledge

10-11 :30 a.m.

Rackham Amphitheater

Horace H. Rackham Bldg. on 4th floor
Informal discussion follows lecture

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FRIDAY, MARCH 23
DAY CALENDAR
Industrial & Op. Engineering: K.
Yamaguchi, "Storage Aspects of Data
Definition & Their Applic. to Data
Translation," 325 W. Eng., Noon.
Med. Ctr. Comm. for Women: S6330_
rfHosp., Noon.
Commission for Women: Homer
Heath Lounge, Union. 3:30 pm.
Psychology: W. Garner, Yale, "Learn-
ing of Dimensional & Correlation,
Structure of Stimuli," Rackham Rack-
Amph., 4 pm.
German Dept. Plays: "Leonce &
Lena," RC Aud., 8 pm.
Gilbert & Sullivan Small Co.: Gil-
bert & Groschmit's "Haste to the
Wedding." Mich. Rm., League, ' pm.
Int'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym, 8

Portland Maine. Urban Summer Plan-
ring Prog. for grad. students in pub-
lic admin., govt., law, pol. set., plan-
ning.
Harris Trust and Savings. Chicago,
Harris Summer Banking Prog for grad.
students. include capitol budgeting,
systems res., market res., merger and
acquisition studies, portfolio mgt.

EMU Major Events Co
presents
Be Be K1
with special guest
Howlin Wolf
MARCH 23, 8:00 P.M.
BOWEN FIELD HOUSE

ommittee
MIG

original works of graphic art-etchings, lithographs,-

pm.
Music School: Duo Concertante, A.
Reyes, violin; J. Banowetz, piano,
Rackham Aud.. 8 pm.
Music School: B. Hunter, soprano,
SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Undergraduate Honors Convocation:
Will be held one week from today, 10:30
am., Hill Aud. Dr. Stephen H. Spurr,
President of Univ, of Texas at Austin,
will address the Convocation
Ballots for Exec. Board & Div. Bd.
nf the Grad. School elections shd.
reach professorially ranked faculty by
Mar. 20. Ballots rec'd in Grad. Sch.
not later than April 2, will be counted.
If you didn't receive ballot, come to
Mrs. Roos, 1014 Rackham, 764-7156
SUMMER PLACEMENT
212 SAB
Interviews: Register by phone, 763-
4117, or in person: Camp Sequoia, Mi.
Coed. Will interview Mar. 29, 9:30 to 5;
riding (western), art and craft, cook,
field sports, campcraft, nature.
Camp Tamarack, Silverman Village
Prog., Livonia, Will Interview Mar. 28,
9 to 5; counseling emotionally dis-
turbed children. Following openings,
waterfront (WSI), arts and crafts, gen.
counselors (m).
- Good Humor, Detroit, Will interview
Mar. 27, 9 to 5.
Camp Ma-Hi-Ya, Mi., Soc. Wk. Will
interview Mar. 29, 1:30 to 5; gen. coun-
selors. Many specialty fields open.
Camp Plagens, Wis., Coed. Will in-
terview Mar. 30, 1:30 to 5; arts/crafts,
archery, riding, campcraft, swimming,
nature etc.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Royal Oaks Golf
Camp, Wis. instructing counselors,
golf, tennis, archery, baseball, swim-
ming.
BORDERS BOOK SHOP
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
AN AUTOGRAPH PARTY p
FORa _
o losif Brodsky
Russian Poet-In-Exile
ON
Wed., March 28,
Q AT
BORDERS BOOK SHOP
316 S. STATE ST.
MICHAEL
SHOEMAKER
of the Bloomington, Indiana,
Rudrananda Yoga Ashram,
Will give lectures
and classes in
KUNDALINI YOGA
THIS WEEKEND
in ANN ARBOR

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
GILBERT AND SULLIVAN
SMALL COMPANY
presents
'Haste to the Wedding'
A forcial opere.tta by
W. S. Gilbert & George Grossmith
Fri. & Sat., March 23 & 24
Michigan Room of the League
8:00 p.m.-$1.00

Pablo Pica
Salvador D

by leading 20th century artists:
sso Johnny Friedlaender Mar
)ali; Alexander Calder Joa

Georges Rouault Victor Vasarelv

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SUNDAY, MARCH 25th at 3:00 P.M.
WEBER'S INN - 3050 Jackson Rd..

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others.

$2-$3-$4 Reserved
Tickets may be purchased at
Ann Arbor Music Mart, Huc-
kleberry Party Store, McKenny
Union, Hudsons, The Branch.
APRIL :PRIAHHEEP
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CARNAL KNOWLEDGE is one of the
best movies ever!"
-Liz Smith, Cosmopolitan
Mike Nichols, Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen,
Art Garfunkel, Ann-Margaret, Jules Feiffer
Carnal Knowledge-Tonight
MODERN LANGUAGES AUDITORIUMS
7:00-8:00-8:45-9:45-10:30 p.m'.

EXHIBITION: 1:00-3:00

ADMISSION FREE

First Show of the Year Presented by Meridian Gallery

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