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1-ridgy, April 1 3., 1973

Pag e TWO IHE MICH1GAN~ DAILY briday, April 13, 1973

POLLUTION CONTROL STALL:

Auto

makers seek solutions

DETROIT (,P) - U.S. auto makers who have won a one year
extension on meeting the 1975 exhaust emissions requirement still face
a question prompted by their Japanese competitors.
Why can't Detroit with all its technological muscle cut down on
auto pollution as quickly as Japanese auto makers?
Basically, all four American companies contend the technology
does not exist to enable them to meet the controversial standards
on a full production basis over the period of durability testing - 50,-
000 miles. And if the technology was developed in time, it would cost
the car buyer an exorbitant amount - hundreds of dollars extra
fpr a new car and more hundreds on later maintenance, according
to American Motors Board Chairman Roy Chapin Jr.
Ford officials have said costs would rise $300 a car, with
no profits.
But Toyo Kogyo - the maker of the Wankel-powered Mazda -
and Honda, both of Japan, say they can meet the standards, even
by 1975. A Honda official said his company's engine could be mass-

produced by any auto-maker and "would prove to be applicable to !
large engines in the near future."
American companies dispute the idea that meeting the standards
with their big V8s is as easy as with the little rotary and Honda
engines. And producing emission-free engines in the quantity de-
manded by the American consumer is another problem.
"It might appear that we can meet the standard for 1975," said
General Motors Corp. Board Chairman Richard Gerstenberg. "But
meeting them on just a 'few cars and meeting them on every one
of the 25,000 cars we build in a day is quite a different thing."
While some critics have blasted the industry for not coming closer
to the emission standards, company reports indicate a huge amount
of money and manpower spent on meeting the requirements.
GM has reported spending or planning to spend $2-billion to meett
the standards - in engineering, tooling, research and development,
not including the price of devices or parts for cars.
A Pontiac spokesman said half his engineering staff is tied up on
emissions.
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AP Photo
Incriminating info
Police load 4 tons of books and 4ocuments they say were stolen from the Bureau of Indian Affairs of-
fice in Washington, D.C. during Indian occupation of the building last year. Two North Carolina men
were charged yesterday with concealing the documents.
Pentagon Papers trial delayed.
LOS ANGELES (Reuter) - The Byrne agreed the trial should be Iments, conspiracy and espionage
long, drawn-out Pentagon Papers ! delayed until today while Boudin ' and face possible long-term prison
trial was put off a day yesterday, got a check-up from his cardiolo- sentences.
because of possible heart problems gist. The trial began last July but had
suffered by the lawyer for prin- The defense has said it expects to to start over again with a second
cipal defendant, Dr. Daniel Ells- wind up its case early next week. jury in January because lengthy.
berg. Ellsberg and a co-researcher at the delays over a wiretapping i s s u e
The lawyer, Leonard Boudin, a Rand Corp., Anthony Russo, are might have exposed the first jury to
60-year-old defender of dissident charged with stealing the docu- prejudicial publicity.
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