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Wednesday, April 18, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Paqe Seven

Wednesday, April 1 8, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poqe Seven

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We on't Just
Publish a Nlewspaper
* We meet new people
0 We laugh a lot
* We find consolation
0 We make money (maybe)
* We solve problems
* We play football
" We debate vital issues
* Wedrink 5c Cokes
Q We have T.G.'s
t JOIN e DAILY staff
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BASS LESSONS
STEVE CHALL, currently working with OKRA, will
be taking appointings for private instruction. Call--
Ann Arbor Music Mart
9 30-9:00 MON.-SAT
769-4980 336 S. STATE ST.
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HELP
MEDIATRICS, as part of UAC's attempt to
become more responsive to the students, is
setting up an EXECUTIVE BOARD.
Take part in MEDIATRICS '73-'74 film
scheduling and operation
for more info. CALL UACY 763-1 107
DEADLINE WEDNESDAY

Police, kids clash
in peed trap flap

(Continued from Page 1)
The siga-which violates a local
ordinance against private signs
pertaining to traffic activities-
was confiscated by the police who
reportedly w a r n e d Seegel and
friends that they would "see har-
assment like you've never seen
before if you put up another sign.
Undeterred, the men of Delta
Tau Delta merely replaced the lost
sign with another version which
they nailed to a tree stump on the
fraternity lawn.
The cops countered by moving
their radar equipment to the other
ATWENT1OII

side of the road.
Under the direction of Seegel,
the dauntless fratmnen drossed Ged-
des to join them.
The bizarre feud continued ii
cat-and-mouse style as the deter-
mined traffic cops once again
pulled up .takes and moved once
more.
Back across the road trooped the
Delta Tau Delta crowd, sign in
hand. Check!
By the end of the day it was a
clear stalemate, with the men of
Delta Tau Delta refusing to budge
an inch.
Ringleader Seegel said he just
doesn't buy the argument he and
his friends ai'e disrupting the ad-
ministration of the city's traffic
lawes.
\\e're stopping the speeders,'
lie contended.
Grumpy police officers on the
scene refused to comment.
But Seegel and Co. have vowed
to continue their fight against the
radar speed trap on their block,
,Jim Nissley, one of Seegel's co-
horts said, "We're not going to
stop until they do."

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
DAY CALENDAR
Psychiatry: S. Harrison. A. Guiora.
"What is Psychiatry?" discussant, J.
Romano, of of Rochester, CPH Aud,,
10:15 ,am.
Tennis: Michigan vs. Toledo, Courts
nr. IM Bldg:, 2:30 pm.
English-Studies in Religion: M. Feld-
heim, "Farther Dimensions in the
Utopian Mode," B-111 MLB, 3 pm.
Botany: D. Janzen, "Black Waters,
Animals & Mast Fruiting of Diptero-
carpaceae," 1139 Nat. Sci, 4 pm.
Industrial & Op. Engrg,: K. Ritter,
Rutgers U, "superlinearly Convergent
Methods for Unconstrained Minitiza-
tion Problems," 229 W. Engin., 4 pm.
Dance Dept.: "TREK," - indoor-out-
door dance theatre, RC, E. Quad, 7 pin.
Women's Studies Film: "Women on
the March; "Thme Women's Film,"
UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 7 pm.
Aerospace Engrg.: presentation on
Project OMAR, ozone monitoring &
ves. satellite, And., Chrysler Ctr.. NC,
7:3) pm.
Music School: J. Cailoway, bass,
Cady Rm., Stearns Bldg., NC, 8 pm.

SLIMMER PLACEMENT
212 SAB
Interview: Excellent Opportunity for
5 students for college summer pro-
,ran; call on unlversities and schools
Of nursing throughout U.S. 15 Week
prog. Guaranted salary $1750. All ex-
penses paid. Will interview here Mon..
Apr. 23. 9:30 to 5, Register by phone
or' in person.
Announcement Lairge resort seeks in-
dividual, entertainment, 'sports orient-
ed Must own instrument. Excellent
salary plus room and board and bonus.
Futrther details.
Federal Correction Inst., Milan. Un-
dergrad and grad students in social
work, criminology, criminal justice,
law, psychology, or education. Limit-
ed nuiber from bus. ad., personal ad.,
public admin. Deadline Apr. 27.
williams Research Corp., Walled
Lake, Mi. Openings for undergrads
and grads in teronautical eng.
Assoc. Financial Planning and Con-
trol Co., South Bend, Ind. Opening for
grad students in business ad., and in-
dustrial admin. Work would be with
Corporate Planning Dept.
Black & Decker Mfg. Co. Detroit, Mi.
Opening for repairman for Lawn and
Garden Tools. Must have some elec-
trical exper.

DAILY~OFF'CIAL BULLETIN

Nixon to cooperate
with Watergate trial

(Continued from Page 1)
Democratic National Chairman
Robert S. Strauss said he wouldn't
deny a report that President Nix-
on's re-election committee had of-
fered $525,000 to settle the case.
The Democratic national chair-
man told a reporter that "there
has been some serious discussion
for many months" between law-
yers for the DNC and Nixon's re-
election committee and that "it
has become intense in the past
several weeks.
"We won't settle it until we see
what goes on in the public inquiry
and are sure that our settlement
does not diminish the scope of that
inquiry," Strauss added.
Strauss has said that the Demo-

crats, still $3.5 million ,in debt
from the 1968 campaign, are vir-
tually without funds to do the nec-
essary legal work in the civil law-
suits. They have had two lawyers
working- on the case. Some party
leaders feel that two dozen could
be usefully employed on it Strauss
said he has discussed the possibil-
ity of a settlement with many top
party leaders, including governors,
senators, and congressmen.
Teltran may
be delayed
(Continued from Page 1)
Drake cites overwhelming voter
support for the Teltran bond is-
sue as an indication of such sup-
port.
A ballot proposition to levy an
additional 2.5 mill property tax to
fund 'Teltran was approved 13,394
to 8,217 in the April 2 election.

Anyway, Drake
federal financing is
crucial to Teltran's

contends that
not necessarily
future.

AATA, he says, expects to be
able to use revenues from the new
state gasoline tax to help finance
the system.

Sell them for
CASH
at
FOLLETT'S
State St. at North U.
AN EASTER VIGILAND D
FESTIVAL EUCHARIST
will be celebrated at
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH
Saturday night, April 21st
at 10:30 p.m
by CANTERBURY HOUSE
WWYI EKE
la KEEP
BEAW IFtDL
Because it's my country.
And it's getting dirty.
That's why.
.ter
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