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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday; October' 1 Q, .1972

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Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 10, 1972

GOP aide discloses
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IWASHINGTON (IP) - The Wash-
ington Post quotes White House
press aide Ken Clawson as saying
that he fabricated a letter accus-
ing Sen. Edmund Muskie of a
racial slur during Muskie's cam-
paign in the New Hampshire pres-
idential primary.
The letter was one example of a
campaign of sabotage conceived by
President Nixon's re-election cam-
paign and aimed at Democratic
presidential contenders throughout
this year's primary elections, the
newspaper said in this morning's
editions.
The Post report also detailed al-
leged attempts by Donald Herbert
Segretti to recruit at least three
attorneys to disrupt Democratic
campaign activities during the pri-
maries. The Post said Segretti has
been identified in FBI reports as
"an operative of the Nixon re-
election organization."

The alleged Segretti inv
was spelled out by three
who said the 30-year-ol
Treasury Department la
licited their help as un
agents for the Nixon camp
Post said. All three said t
offered "big jobs" in go
if they would cooperate,
refused, the Post said.

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Both have been extremely active
in trying to supply American anti-
'olvement war groups with facts about Viet-
attorneys nam, and in making personal con-
d former tact with the American people.
wyer so- Truong and Tuyet arrived in the
ndercover city yesterday to speak at tonight's
)aign, the "Endless War" conference. During
hey were an hour press conference with
vernment media representatives yesterday,
but all they spoke on a number of issues
concerning their people.
ommittee One theme they stressed was
,o Presi- Vietnamese desire for independ-
hid: "The ence, culturally and militarily.
iec "Thf "We have our own culture, we
piece of have our own society-we've been
as never saying this for years," Truong
says. "Americans are told they're

A spokesman for the
for the Re-election of
dent, DeVan Shumway,
article in the Post is
fiction." He said he
heard of Segretti.

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in Vietnam to defend o-r freedom.
What we are fighting for (against
Thieu) is our freedom."
Most important to Truong and
Tuyet is their message to the
American people that the Vietna-
mese support the PRG-Viet Cong
-peace plan for a coalition gov-
ernment. The controversial ele-
ment of this plan, removal of the
Thieu government, is broadly ap-
proved by Vietnamese, they .ay.
Truong says he is a member of
the non-communist resistance in
Vietnam, adding "there is no such
thing as anti-communism in Viet-
nam except for Thieu and his re-
gime."
"People who profess to be anti-
communist in Vietnam are just
after more American dollars. Viet-
namese a r e Vietnamese first.
When you talk about communism
in general, Vietnamese have to
laugh. Nixon went to talk with
Peking, and Vietnam is not as big
a threat to the U.S. as Peking."
Tuyet stresses the Vietnamese
feeling that the Indochinese con-I
flict is a racist war. "People have1
talked to me as if to say, 'Who is
this little yellow woman to tell me
my country has made a mistake,'
she says. This is why she wantsj
to show Americans that "we arej
not just gooks, we are people."
Tuyet and Truong said most of
their audiences have responded
well to their presentations.
"We have 5,000 years (of resist-
ance)," Tuyet says. She cites Viet-

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nam's long str ggle against out-,
side powers, incl'iding France, Ja-
pan and China as well as the U S.
"We never stop fighting."
Tuyet calls the "social xegrada-
tion" caused by the Thieu govern-
ment and the U.S. presence one of
the worst effects of the war, cit-
ing thousands of orphans, csual-F
tine n~ei misr"car d fa ilie

by war.
the Viet Cong and in the North.
"It hnrts them because they don't
like to kill," she says, "but they
do it to save their sons and keep
their daughters. from becoming
prostitutes."
"The value we cherish is not a
house, not a car, but the, struggle
in ourselves, for our community."

(Continued from Page 1)
time."
"But," Green continued, "our
educational goals are not to im-

Rescu
Ms. Grace Pina of Waltham,
Weston, Mass. embrace after th
from their sinking houseboat
Mass. yesterday. Two fishermei
of the two families ashore to saf

'NO TREATY'-

Viets battle
SAIGON (')-Fighting flared
scant 12 miles from Saigon yeste
day as South Vietnamese trool
launched helicopter assaults d
signed to blunt increased commu
ist activity in the capital area.
While the over-all threat to ti
capital is regarded by America
officials as remote, they fear th
prospect is increasing dailysa
headline-catching rocket and sa
per attacks against Saigon and th
nearby Tan Son Nhut air base an
the Bien Hoa military complex.
North Vietnamese and Viet Con
infiltrators seized a cluster of han
lets along Highway 13 near Saigo
four days ago and government i
fantrymen have been trying sin
to dislodge them. Unconfirme
field reports said two hamle
were recaptured between noon an
dusk.
US. military sources believe tb
communists are trying to tie dow
government troops while large
Kissinger, To
talks continue
(Continued from Page 1)
When Kissinger flew to Par
during the weekend, he was a
companied for the first time b
his top aide, Maj. Gen. Alexand
Haig Jr., who returned last We(
nesday from four days of meeting
in Saigon with President Nguye
Van Thieu and other South Vie
namese leaders.
Haig's trip to Saigon had promp
ed reports that Thieu would ste
down to clear the way for estat
lishment of a coalition governmer
in South Vietnam. The Whit
House dismissed the reports a
speculative.
The communists have publicl
proposed that an interim tripartit
government be set up in Saigor
with Thieu resigning. The Unite
States has publicly rejected th
proposal.

The Post said that Clawson, part our technical expertise in a
deputy director of White House vacuum, but rather to pass on the
AP Photo communications, told r e p o r t e r relevancy of our skills."
Marilyn Berger in a Sept. 25 con- "The slides shown," he added,
e at sea versation that "I wrote the letter." "were specifically directed to the
Mass. and Ms. Finn Andreson of The newspaper said Clawson was use of these technical skills. The
hey and their families were rescued questioaed again yesterday and de- slide's contents may therefore be
off Manomet Point, in Plymouth, nied that he had admitted writing considered relevant. I consider
n in dories took the seven members the letter. them so."
ety.ClasonGreen said the general response
'ety. Clawson could not 'be reached for of his classes was good.
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objected to the show. I had a lab
immediately afterwards and every-
body was talking about it."
According to Vice President
Smith, there is no established pro-
cedure for a hearing in Green's
case.
Smith also said he couldn't re-
call another suspension in the
seven years he has been a vice
president.
Green has taught at the Univer-
sity since 1967 and is considered
a specialist in the use of a mass
spectrometer, an instrument which
identifies chemical compounds.

ties and mispiaced famines.
Ie~dl iipd~ Truong says Vietnamese are' now
But when the war ends, Truong "cautiously optimistic" about an
says, Vietnamese want to have end to the war, but feel no "very
friendly relations with America substantial" concessions are being
again. "We sent the defeated Chi- made by the U.S. "I am not being
nese home with gifts," he says. pessimistic, but I believe the war
Tuyet remarks that Vietnamese will go on for four more years,"
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Phuong and half a dozen nearby
hamlets.
"I don't think there is a very
serious threat to Saigon, asserted
Lt. Col. Le Trung Hien, chief
spokesman for the Saigon com-
mand.
A Soviet-built, MIG21 was shot
down in combat 40 miles north of
Hanoi while a U.S. F4 Phantom
was hit by a surface to air missile
70 miles northwest of there Friday,
the U.S. Command reported. The
two American crewmen are miss-
ing.

Everyone

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