THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, April 4, 1973
Stephenson sees new majority
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has characterized City Hall."
He rejected the Democratic no-
tion that the presence of Human
Rights Party candidate Be Kai-
mowitz was the deciding factor in
his election. "I came so close to
50 per cent that it would be pretty
iffy to conclude that if there had
just been two candidates, I would
He also dismisses Democratic
claims that with HRP removed
from the political scene next year,
a united liber'al vote could sweep
the GOP out of office as quickly
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asi etreliasWEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 Law: B. Bittker. "Income Taxation
He emphasized that the key note As city councilman from the DAY CALENDAR & Polit. Rhetoric: Loopholes," 100
for the GOP .in Ann Arbor will not Fourth Ward during much of the Psychiatry: B. Feather, Brown Uj, Hutchins Hall, 4:15 pm,
be right or left ideology but a nuts administration of Democratic May- "Psychoanalytic Behavior Therapy," Automotive Engrs.: Annual spring
and bolts approach to city govern- or Robert Harris, he served as CPH Au :1 Ham, tune-uMcr- p clinic si1gn-u for Sat. work-
ment concentrating on improve- spokesman fo h poiin I scopic Autoradiographic Study of Gra- Trotter House: Tae Kwan Do karate
ments in garbage collection and iCouncil meetings during his two nulopoiesis," 4804 Med. Sdi. II, 1:10 workship, 1443 Washtenaw, 7 pm.
polie potetion. trmswerefreuenly hghlghtd pEnglish & studies in Religion: K. Computing Ctr.: R. Frank. "Use of
The Democrats, on mne other by Stephenson's h~ead-on clashes Skiar, "Nordhoff's Communistic So- CBOL in MTS," 182 P-A Bldg., 7:30
hand, "are being swung violently with Harris over suich issues as cieties," B-ill MLB, 3 pm. pm.scSho:Bc' PsinA-
to the left by the influence of marijuana, pornography and the Snr "AtreWe Fee to Have au- Muricg Scool. acth's,"PUamber Ac
HRP," according to the mayor- police. ture?" Hill, 3 pm. Choir & Symphony Orchestra, HIll, 7:30
elect. Essentially Stevenson said he LSA: N. Choucri, MIT, "Population pm
The dapper, gray-haired mayor- views himself as a ''middle-of-the- Dynamic & Int'l Conflict," Rackham Gilber &nd Sullvn nSoc.: "Princess
elec is at46, he eneall roa" myorfora midleof-he- Chemical Eng.: A. Humphrey, U of Grad Coffee Hr.: E. Conf. Rm., Rack-
acknowledged dean of local Repub- road community. Pa., "Problems in Modelling Blo-Sys- ham. 8 pm.
____ _________ ___- -- - - tems," Chrysler Aud., 3:30 pm.
Economics: H. Johnson, U of Chi- RC Players: Chekov's "The Three
A 1 - cago, 'The Problems of Int'l Monetary Sisters," FtC Aud., 8 pm.
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before witnesses. At this time, Co-
hen initiated the suit against
In the court complaint asking
for an order of superintending con-
trol against Elden, Cohen asserts:
-Tomalak is not and has never
been an alcoholic.
buse as a cnditin poftprobatio is
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tthe drug set forth conditions in-
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I think our case load cuts across Wortley believes that a person
the whole stratum. We have on drinking to intoxication gne or
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proper motivation which were not tives and the unemployed ,, incur social problems and McNair
followed by the court. . pegs the figure at two occasions
-No formal hearing was held to A central issue underlying the of excessive drinking each week.,
determine if Tomalak required court suit is the sentencing pro- Wortley notes that a study by
such medication. cedure that takes alcohol-related the U.S. Department of Health,
-No medical clearance was pre- offenders from the courtroom to Education and Welfare concluded
sented to the court. the clinic where they are com- that a person consuming five
-Antabuse was ordered by the pelled to take Antabuse. drinks once each week or five
court without the testimony of a Following conviction in District drinks on two occasions could be
physician. Court, offenders are assigned to a considered a "heavy drinker."
-The drug caused severe physi- court counselor who determines Tomorrow, Cohen will argue his
cal reactions which rendered Tom- whether the individual has an "al- case before Judge William Ager in
alak "without control of his men- cohol problem." Counselor sessions Circuit Court. Werner Hensel will
tal and physical processes." are not formal hearings. represent Elden.
-"The use of the drug AntabuSe! Alcohol abusers are then divided If Cohen wins his case, Circuit
might reasonably cause Tomalak into two distinct groups by the Court will assume control of the
death, psychoses, impotence, or counselor: alcoholics and pr-oblem Antabuse program as practiced in
other physical or mental ailments." abusers. Alcoholics are physically district courts in the county. Cohen
Cohen has a number of addi- addicted to alcohol, while problem hopes that such control will lead
tional informal criticisms of the abusers "experience social prob- to reforms that will improve the
Antabuse program. He said "There lems connected with their drink- present program facilities for al-
are a lot of people practicing medi- ing," according to John McNair, coholics and eliminate that part of
cine without a license. The judge current court counselor for alcohol the program that deals with prob-
is doing so by prescribing, how offenders. lem abusers.
long offenders have to stay on WstnwCuyreadboh However, even if Circuit Court
A"The sprobation officer is prac- caategoisas beintsubject to thei tsse Alcho ueedn pnromthe
ticing medicine by saying how jurisdiction, reforms they institute will be en-
much he should take. The whole A diagnostic interview and writ- tirely up to the discretion of the
thing is a very loosely run opera- ten questionnaire are used by the 'court.
tion," Cohen added.
Cohenl also says the subjects of
the Antabuse program are mainly;
the disadvantaged. "All the pea-
ple in the program are poor blacks~
countered anybody in the program
who was affiliated with the Uni-
Cohen summarized his feelings
when he said: "To begin with, this
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