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z* Tuesday, March 27, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

; Tuesday, March 27, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

ICharges, violations
surround SGC race

McCord reveals names

(Continued from Page 1)
by which referendum receives
more "yes" votes, increasing the
chances that, voluntary funding will
ultimately be defeated.
David Schaper, f o r m e r SGC
treasurer and last March's elec-
tion director, has challenged the
validity of the computer program
to be used in tabulating ballots at
the end of this week.
Schaper, who himself came un-
der sharp criticism during SGC
election controversy a year ago,
contends the program "will simply
not run in its present form."
Howard, who revised the original
SARF: SGCSOURCE election pro-
gram into its present form, replied
to the charge yesterday, stating
that several sample runs of the
program had showed successful
results.
Schaper's charge will be heard
by CSJ later this week.
Newbury fired Howard from the
election staff last week, claiming
that he had "generally screwed up
on the job."
H o w a r d consequently charged

N wbt'rv in Central Student Judi-
ciary (CSJ) with violating the elec-
tions code by dismissing him with-
out placing the decision before
C&R.
However CS.J threw out Howard's
charges in a session late last night.
Meanwhile, according to section
14.699 of the election code, ballot
printing must be completed three
days before the election.
As of midnight last night, the
ballots still had not been printed.
"It's not my fault," said New-
bury,'the company is too damn
slow."
LEIGHTON BUZZARD, England
(UPI) - Bill Cartwright had a
shock Monday when he received
a tax bill on his home.
He lives in a wartime concrete
pillbox located in the middle of a
farmer's field, gets his water
from a nearby spring, generates
his own electricity and burns his
own garbage.
Although Cartwright said he does
not use any of its services, the
council asked him to pay $47 a
year in taxes.

(Continued from Page 1)
Los Angeles Times as denying its
report.
Nixon, who is staying at the
Florida White House at Key Bis-
clyne, talked by telephone yester-
dav with Dean in Washington and
said afterwards he had complete
and total confidence in his adviser.
Presidential spokesman Ronald
Zie,-ler said Senator Sam Ervin
(D-S.C.) had promised his Senate
committee would investigate the
Watergate case in an orderly and,
judicious fashion.
But the first action of the com-
mittee counsel was to discuss his
talks with McCord, Ziegler said.
"That is notdan orderly and ju-
dicious method of procedure."
Dash said McCord told him he
had complete confidence in the
Senate committee but feared any
information he gave before a grand
jury in the presence of justice de-
partment representatives would
end up in the hands of White House
officials.
In related action Watergate con-
spirator G. Gordon Liddy, one ear
bruised in a jailhouse fight, ap-
peared before a grand jury yester-
day but refused to answer ques-
tions concerning involvement of

others in the break-in and bugging
at Democratic headquarters.
Liddy was sentenced last Friday
to a prison term of not less than
six years, eight months, for his
part in the Watergate conspiracy.
His ear was cut in a fight with a
fellow inmate at the District of
Columbia jail yesterday as he
waited to appear before the grand
jury.
After his refusal to answer more
than 30 questions on grounds of
self-incrimination, the government
asked Sirica to grant Liddy im-
munity for anything he might say.
The judge deferred a ruling until
Friday.
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TUESDAY, MARCH 27
DAY CALENDAR
Music School - Wind Instrument
Dept. Recital: SM Recital Hall, 12:30
pm.
Asian Studies Lecture - Demonstra-
tion: Topeng Dance Theater of Bali.
Rackham Lecture Hall, 1 pm.
Future Worlds Lecture Series: S.
Stevens, author, EST, "Communication
& Media: Toward a One World Mind,"
Hill 3 pm.
Mini-Course No. 416 - New Literary
Idioms in the Near East: Dr. Baraheni,
"Contemporary Writers of Iran," Reg.
deadline today, 35 Angell Hall, 3 pm.
Germanic Langs. & Lits.: P. Wap-
newski, M. Kade Visiting Distinguished
Prof., "Der deutsche Roman der Gegen-
wart: realistiche und autobiographische
Tendenzen," 4th fl. W. Conf. Rm.,
Rackham, 4 pm.

Botany Seminar: A. Trewavas, MSU,
"Ribosomal. Protein Phosphorylation in
Higlher Plant s." 1139 Nat. Cci., 4 pm.
Architecture & Planning: I. Gehl,
Danish Inst. of Bldg. Res., "Psycho-
logical Aspect of Housing," Arch. Aur.,
4 pm.
Comm. on German Studies: O. von
Simsan, Harvard & Free U of Berlin,
"Kaspar David Friedrich," Lect. Rm. 1,
MLB, 4 pm.
Music School: D. Grout, Cornell U,
"Theory & Practice in Music Historio-
graphy," SM Recital Hall, 4 pm.
Psychology: W. Garner, Yale, "Di-
mensional Integrity & Info. Proces-
sing,". Rackham Amph., 4 pm.
Psysics Seminar: D. Majumdar, "Why
is the Neutron Heavier than the Pro-
ton?" P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Archaeology Inst. of American: C.
King, Write State U, "The Earliest

Representations of Myths on Attic Pot-
tery," Ad. A., Angell, 4:10 pm.
0SSP: S. wynter, U of W. Indies, in-
formal discussion, S. Quad Launge, 7
pn.
Mental Hlth. Res. Inst. Seminar: S.
Kety, Harvard-Mass. Gen. Hosp., "Cate-
cholamines & Schizophrenia," N. Lect.
Hail, Med. Sci. II, 7 pm.
History 104 Films: Bunuel's "Naza-
rin," NGLI Multipurpose Rm., 7:30 pm.
Music School: Black music series: A.
Adkins. Southern I, "The Black Art
Song." Cady Rm.. Stearns Bldg., Baits
Dr. N. Campus. 7:30 pm.
Music School: U Arts Chorale, M.
Klein. conductor. Hill. 8 pm.
Music School: R. Hamman, trumpet.
SM Recital Hall. 8 pm.
Musical Society: East Asian series:
Topeng Dance Theater of Bali, Rack-
hamn Aud., 8:30 pm.

THE WALGREEN CONFERENCE ON

Education

for

Human

Understanding

Ali r

Whose
Repression?0

Just last week the police busted 3 people for dope in-
side the dorms. The first such arrests in 2 years. When
Mayor Harris ran for Mayor in 19-
71 people voted against Jack Gar-
ris so this kind of thing would not
happen. Now Democrat Mogdis
is running the same campaign.
Shouldn't we wonder if the same

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4-3:00 P.M.-HilI Auditorium
"ARE WE FREE TO HAVE A FUTURE?"
DR. B. F. SKINNER
Harvard University
Presenter-DR. EDWARD WALKER, Professor of Psychology
Critic-DR. JAMES McCONNELL, Psychologist and Professor of Psychology
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4-8:00 P.M.-Rackham Lecture Hall
"POPULATION DYNAMICS AND
INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT"
DR. NAZLI CHOUCRI
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Political Science
Presenter-DR. DONALD STOKES, Dean of Rackham School of Graduate Studies and
Professor of Political Science
Critic-DR. A.F.K. ORGANSKI, Professor of Political Science
THURSDAY, APRIL 5-3:00 P.M.-Rackham Amphitheater
"THE BELIEFS THAT CAN LINK MEN TOGETHER"
DR. JOHN PLATT
The University of Michigan, Mental Health Research Institute
Presenter-DR. ALFRED SUSSMAN, Associate Dean of Rackham School of Graduate Studies and
Professor of Botany
Critic-DR. CHARLES TILLY, Professor of Sociology and History
THURSDAY, APRIL 5-8:00 P.M.-Rackham Lecture Hall
"THE QUALITIES OF THE HUMAN MIND"

thing will happen
time?

again next

The HUMAN RIGHTS PARTY
however, is a clear alternative.
The HRP is firmly committed to
the end of laws against victimless
crimes and community control of
police.

On Council

we have

proposed

public hearings on police, cutting
of salaries for judges and keeping
police from breaking strikes. All
of which our opponentsopposed.
We also initiated the $5 fine for
marijuana.
THE HUMAN RIGHTS PARTY.
A CLEAR ALTERNATIVE.

DR. ADOYE

LAMBO

BENITA KAIMOWITZ for MAYOR
Andrei Frank
JOSEPH SHOICHET
1st Ward 2nd Ward

World Health Organization
Presenter-DR. MYRON WEGMAN, Dean of School of Public Health and Professor of Public Health
Critic-DR. GARDNER QUARTON, Professor of Psychiatry
FRIDAY, APRIL 6-1:30 P.M.-Rackham Lecture Hall
"UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN STUDENTS AND
TEACHERS: SCIENTIFIC AND 'HUMAN' VALUES"

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