Tuesday, Apri 10 1973
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Indian arms dispute
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Asked how the arms would be
safe-guarded in the teepee, Means
replied: "By the Pipe and the
A Justice Department spokes-
man, Horace Webb, said that the
Indian's proposal had not yet been
turned over formally to the gov-
ernment. It did not appear to con-
form to the provisions of the ear-
lier agreement, Webb added.
Means said he and the other
Indian representatives who accom-
panied him to Washington would
leave this morning for Wounded
Knee if the government did not
accept their terms. Their money
had run out, he explained.
"If the offer isn't accepted, I
will return to Wounded Knee, no
arms will be placed in the teepee
and we will secure the borders
and drive back the armored per-
sonnel carriers," Means said.
Asked how long the occupation
of Wounded Knee would continue,
he replied: "For the rest of my
Meanwhile, at the Capitol, the
House Indian affairs subcommittee
opened three days of hearings on
the Indian problems.
The first witness was Toby
Eagle Bull, a longtime Oglala
Sioux tribal officer who spoke for
the tribe rulers.
lie characterized the AIM lead-
ers as "a group of goons or gut-
ter rats if you want to call them
"Some of our young people have
been taken in, too," Eagle Bull
said. "They have nothing better
to do. But this is the heart of the
matter. Because what we need on
our reservation is jobs.'
"The issue at Wounded Knee is
jobs," he said. "Give us jobs and
you won't have any Indian prob-
About 60 per cent of the Oglala
Sioux Indians are unemployed,
Eagle Bull said.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 10
Bus. Admin. :.Annual business lead-
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College Comm, on Alumni & Public
Rels.:R. Iglehart, "Arts & Its Custo-
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Basebal: : Michigan vs. Bowling
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Future Worlds Lecture Series: A.
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LSA Coffee Hour: Counseling offices,
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Inst. of Gerontology: S. Gaberkorn,
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Physics. R. Cicerone or R. Stolarski,
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