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i HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 15, 1972

Pd7~e Eight tilE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Watergate probe set by subcommittee

(Continued from Page 1)
approved Kennedy's proposal to issue sub-
poenas.
Kennedy said subpoenas would not be is-
sued for seven persons under indictment
in the Watergate case.
"In any subcommittee proceedings arising
out of our inquiry, we would seek in every
way to avoid interfering with the criminal
prosecutions," his letter said.
He said the subcommittee staff has been
conducting preliminary inquiries "to de-
termine whether there is an appropriate role
for the subcommittee to play in connection
with the alleged political espionage activities
involving the major parties
"As the facts now appear," Kennedy added,

"the matter does fall within the subcommit-
tee's longstanding specific interest in wire-
tapping and bugging, as well as its general
mandate to study the investigative and en-
forcement practices and procedures of fed-
eral departments and agencies."
He said the preliminary inquiry, would
continue after Congress adjourns "but no
decision will be made to move to public
proceedings without consultation among us."
Kennedy's letter indicated that the un-
publicized inquiry his staff aides have been
conducting has now reached a point where
subpoena power is necessary if it is to
go forward on a more formal basis.
The senator was on a Western campaign
trip Saturday, but his letter said that cer-

tain persons had expressed a willingness to
cooperate if the subcommittee was "prepared
to s:bpoena them if necessary."
Kennedy said that while Judiciary Sub-
committee chairmen frequently issue sub-
poenias on their own authority, "the present
matter is so sensitive and controversial that
I thought it would be better to consult with
the members before authorizing any rep-
resentations to potential witnesses regarding
possible subpoenas."
Sen. Charles Mathias'(R-Md) member of
the subcommittee sent a letter to Kennedy
saying a congressional investigation of all
allegations of illegal or improper campaign
activities by the major parties would be
appropriate.

HEAR
Dean of the Faculty of Law 0
CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY
RECENT
CONSTITUTIONAL
DEVELOPMENTS
and' fi
CURRENT TRENDS -
MONDAY,
OCTOBER 16
6:45 P.M.
LAWYERS CLUB
MAIN LOUNGE-

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Seeking refuge
A South Vietnamese family runs down a road north of Saigon to escape heavy fighting near Ben Cat
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Bike thie
frustratin
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ten bikes are stolen in town every
day.
William Loy, owner of the Stu-
dent Bike Shop says, "One out of
ten bikes I have sold have later
been stolen from their owners. I
even had one taken out of my store
Thursday. That's getting pretty
close."
Much of this increase can be
attributed to the fantastic growth
of interest in America in the bi-
cycle. The call for ecological re-
sponsibility and the chance for a
little exercise have p r o m p t e d
many, especially young adults, to
invest in bikes.
Naturally, as with any product
that is in heavy demand and will
draw high prices, thieves see an
Co-op beats

TE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15
DAY CALENDAR
Music School: L. Hecklinger, organ
doctoral, Hill Aud., 4:30 pm.
Music School: R. Jones, organ, Hill
Vl SVAud., 8:30 pm.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16
Environmental & Industrial Health:
B. Dinman, "Trace Metals in Primi-
tive Populations or Why The Research
Process Is Not Exactly As It Appears
To Be In Publications," Sch. of Pub.
Health I Aud., 1 pm.
Spportunity to make easy money by school age, primarily from the Ann: Inst. of Gerontology: oSJacobson,
opporuiy -ayto g "The Retirement Years: Housing," Ann
either stealing and selling the bike, Arbor area. Arbor Public Library, 1:30 pm.
or by stripping the frame of its There is no perfectly effective SACUA Meeting: W. Alcove, Rack-
parts and selling the accessories. defense 'against a determined thief. ham, 2 pm.
A quick look at University bike Richards, when asked whether shijima, Kyoto U., Japan, "Fiuroes-
'acks will reveal a wide variety of there was any good way to pro- cence Methods for Studying Molecular
brightly painted, expensive, five tect a cycle, replied, "Get a couple Motion in Polymer Systems," 1200
and ten speed cycles, the types of German shepherds or maybe a Chem. BId .3 pn.
Physics gemnpr W. Baker, Nat'l Ac-
favored by bike f a n c i e r s and Doberman Pinscher." celerator Lab, "pi plus p Backward
thieves alike. However, there are some precau- Scattering," P&A Calloq. Rm., 4 pm.
These bikes, which may run over tions that make it more difficult P The Dream Comes True?" UGLI
six hundred dollars, are the spec- for a thief to rip off your bike. Multipurpose Rm., 4 pm.
ial target of felons. Here are some: Music School: Organ doctoral stu-
Their methods of ripping off bi- -Chain both wheels and the dents' Hill ud., 3:30 pm.
U.S.-Rusanssian Trampoline Competi-
cycles are surprisingly sophisti- frame to some immovable object tion and Exhibitions: U. S. Trampo-
cated and difficult to foil. Many like a lamp post or a bike rack; line Team vs. Russian Nat'l Team,
bike owners use thick chains to -Avoid cheap locks. Ask your American dtumbling, table tennis,
lock their. bikes. Thieves retaliate _plok.Akyr spacebarl and rebound track exhibi-
dealer for the type recommended; tions, Crisler Arena, 8 pm.
with large bolt cutters and hack --If you have a very expensive Music School: Composers Forum, Sch.
through the chain like a knife bike do not leave it outside your f Mus. Recital Hall, 8 pm.
through butter. .ItMusic School. R. Glasgow, organ, Hill
1Other crooks use liquid nitrogen dorm or apartment, but take it into; Aud., 8:30 pm.
br the lroks. hse upir-ol your room and lock it up there; Rive Gauche: French language night,
to break the locks. This super-cold -Register your bike with the 1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
substance is sprayed on the chain ORGANIZATIONAL NOTICES
orlockstoe rokedn The metal city police department by getting U of M Ski Club, mass meeting, Oct.
or lock to be broken. The metal, a license, and placing it on your 17, 7:30 PM, Union Ballroom. Sched-
cooled to extreme brittleness, can bike's frame. Also, keep a record uled trips: Christmas - Steamboat
then be shattered by a hammer of your serial number in order to Springs, Colorado and Spring Break -
blow..claim your bike if it is stolen and spen,Coloreritment meetIng, Oct.
Once the bike is stolen it may be recovered. 18, 7:30 PM, 1040 Natural Resources.
repainted to hide its indentifica- ---
tion, stripped for parts, kept by the
thief or re-sold as is.
Lee Richards, chief mechanic of
the Campus Bike Shop, says that
in Chicago a person can go to a ave som e im e on

CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB
STUDENTS INTERESTED IN GRAD-
UATE & PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS-
A representative will be in our Office
from Boston Univ. School of Law an
Oct. 16, Univ. of Chicago Graduate
School on Oct . 17, Indiana Univ.
School of Law on Oct. 18, Boston Col-
lege Law School on Oct. 19, Ohio Nor-
thern Unive. Coll, of Law on Oct. 20,
and Vanderbilt Univ. School of Law on
Oct. 20.
CAREER - MINDED STUDENTS-
A rep, will be at the Office from the
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. on Oct.
16, Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. on
Oct. 17, Battelle Columbua Labora-
tories on Oct. 18, Procter & Gamble
Distributing Co. on Oct. 18, and Alcoa
Aluminum Co. of Amer. on Oct. 19.
Maybe You Can't
'Afford Anyplace
Else?
The Halfway Inn is student-
run offering good food, and live
entertainment for less. Now we
have pinball too.
Don't w a s t e your money.
We're on Church Street in back
of East Quad. Still can't find
us? There are directions by the
East Quad desk.
Catch our S u n da y dinner
specials. We're open for break-
fast and lunch weekdays and
every night 'til midnight, Friday
and Saturday nights until one.
the halfway inn

FOREST
FIRES BURN
MORE
THAN
TREES

U of M SKI CLUB-UA( TRAVEL
MASS MEETING
UNION BALLROOM
TUESDAY, OCT. 17
7:30 P.M.

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TRIP LEADER: HERB TRUTE (TEL. 769-2919)
SPRING BREAK TRIP TO ASPEN, COLO.
TRIP LEADER: JACKIE DAUNT (TEL. 764-2685)
UAC-TRAVEL M-F 10-5-763-2147

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teer mechanics advise and
inexperienced owners.

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"The co-op is a good clearingI
house," commented one volunteer
mechanic. "You can meet other
people who like to ride and we
have .a bulletin board for selling.
and buying bikes."
"This is the only place in the
immediate campus area where you
can get good care," noted one sat-
isfied member. "The rest are too
far away from campus."

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certain address, describe the make
and features of the bike he wants,
and have it within an hour-for a
price.
According to Krasny, the major-
ity of local bike thieves are high

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And in one way or another
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Of course, these problems
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population growth is not their
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However, the pressures of an
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(By the year 2000, Census
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