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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, October 28, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, October 28, 1972

Elect Nixon groups
violate federal laws

Booth stuffing,

hula hoops

WASHINGTON (MP)-Two commit-
tees which have funneled large
amounts of money into President
Nixon's re-election campaign have
failed to file registration state-
ments in apparent violation of fed-
eral law.
Examination of hundreds of cam-
paign financial reports pouring into,
the G e n e r a 1 Accounting Office '
(GAO) also shows a $25,000 loan!
to Democratic Presidential candi-
date George McGovern from a sec-
retary who refused to say how she
could afford such a loan or wheth-
er the money 'was hers.
The Republican Support Commit-
tee of Los Angeles loaned $161,500
to the California Finance Commit-
tee to Re-elect the President on
Sept. 13, reports to the GAO show.
The Executive Club of the Re-
publican Party of New Jersey is
listed as contributing $57,000 in the
Sept. 1 to. Oct. 16 period to 20

ton, N.J., post office box as
Executive Club.

the

Nixon committees on
level.
Another $12,000 was
to four national Nixon
d'iring the same period
Colsey III who lists the

the state
contributed
committees
by William
same Tren-

Neither registration statements
or reports of over-$100 contributors
could be found for the Republidan
Support Committee or the Execu-
tive Club in GAO records going
back to April 7. It was then that
a new election law requiring full
campaign finance disclosure went
into effect.
Under the new law any political
committee which anticipates re-
ceiving or making contributions or
loans exceeding $1,000 to a national
candidate during the calendar year
must register with the GAO within
90 days of organizing.
It also must report quarterly
and on the 15th and 5th days be.
fore a primary or general election
all expenditures, loans or contribu-
tions over $100.
Colsey, a Mt. Holly, N.J., lawyer.
' could not be reached by telephone.
A New Jersey newspaper quoted
Colsey last June as saying the
Executive Club received contribu-
tions from business and profes-
sional'leaders.
The address for the Republican
Support Committee was listed as
in care of Asa ' Call at 523 E. 6th
St., Los Angeles. Call, who person-
ally gave Nixon $10,000 earlier this
year, is chairman of Pacific Mu-
tual Life Insurance Co., which is
located at the' same address.
Two telephone calls to his office,
to ask about the absence of the
club's registration or report, went
unanswered.
On the McGovern side, a $23,000
loan was received for President,
Inc., of Washington from a San
Francisco secretary who in two
telephone interviews repeatedly re-
fused to say whether the money
was hers or how a secretary could
afford such an outlay.
"I don't have to answer that,"
said Dorcas Taylor. Later she said,
"This isn't any of your business."
Under the new elections law it
is a federal crime to make a cam-
paign loan or contribution in the
name of another.

(Continued from Page 1)
cidentally, a case of wine.
A mishap marred the beginning
of the contest, as the glass panes
in the pone booth door broke under
tremendous pressure from one of
the contesting groups, "Reuben
and The Jets."
Team member Bob Bogner, '76
LSA, suffereda cut on his thumb,
and was awarded a consolation
bottle of wine for his sacrifice.
"It was all in fun," Bogner said.E
"T h e Fuzzwatts" somehow
squeezed ten people into the phone
booth and were declared the vic-
tors. !
After a short recovery periodj
the team credited its victory to
methods they had practiced "on,
Japanese subways and the Burs-
ley Bus."
The day's festivities were cap-
ped by the Ozone Homecoming Pa-
rade, whose theme was "Reet-Pe-
tite and Gone".
The parade, which was organiz-
ed after it was announced that due
to disinterest, the traditional
homecoming parade would not be
held, attracted several thousand
curious onlookers.
Most of the crowd reacted with
Women urge
enforcement
of reforms

amazement, some with disgust.
Six year-old Erika Sutton thought
it was "fine".
Participants included a tele-
vision drill team, clowns, a skating

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28
DAY CALENDAR
UAC: Homecoming 72 "Those Were
the Days . . ." Tug of War, Island
Park, 9 am.; Mud Bowl, SAE House, SJ.
University & washtenaw, 10 am.
Education Lecture: D. Connell, exec.
producer, Children's Television work-
shop, "Behind the Scenes on 'Sesame
Street' and 'The Electric Company'
Rackham, 10 pm.
Cross Country: Michigan vs Minne-
sota, U Golf Course, 10 am.
Footbal1: Michigan vs. Minnesota,
Mich. Stadium, 1:30 pm.
UAC-Daystar: Stevie wonder, Hill
Aud., 8 pm.
University Players: Beckett's "End-
game," Arena Theatre, Frieze, 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: Turkish Weekend,
1024 Hill St., 8 pm.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB

Georgetown Univ Law Center (Nov. 2);
CAREER MINDED STUDENTS: A
rep will be at the Office from Inst. for
Paralegal Training (Nov. 1); Upjohn
(Nov. 3) & Prudential Life Ins. Co.
(Nov. 3). Officer Selection Officers of
The U. S. Marine Corps, U. S. Navy.
women's Army Corps will be here on
Nov. 1 & 2 to interview candidates
interested in obtaining a commission.
INTERESTED IN wRITING, EDIT-
ING, ART, FASHION, ETC? Enter
Mademoiselle Magazine's College Board/
Guest Editor competition. Deadline:
Nov. 1. Stop by for more info.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS IN NEwS-
PAPERS: For juniors who work on
school paper and are interested in re-
porting and editing. Stop by for more
info.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
212 SAB, 763-4117:
Mich. Dept. of Social Services, Mi- :

gorilla, a reasonable facsimile of
Santa Claus, and cars and floats
representing among others Com-
munity High School, the Huron
Valley Bank, and the recently-de-'

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ceased Huron River carp.
Music for the parade was pro-
vided by two local rock bands and
a German music band from the
Old Heidelberg restaurant.
Judges awarded the first prize!
float award to art school alumni
Steven Cole, who was nattily deck-
ed out in his "Queen Mother of
the Gross National Product" cos-
tume.
His prize: a night for three at
the Hawaiian Gardens Restaurant
and Motel in Holly, Mich.
State and local governments in
the United States administer 46,197
public agencies dealing with crime,
criminals or the administration of
criminal justice.

DRAFT BEER and
FROM 5:00 P.M.

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grant Services. various openings; must
be able to speak and write Spanish:
fluently. Details avail. Come in at your
convenience.
ATTENTION STUDENTS: Applica-
tions have arrived for exam for Civil
Service Summer Jobs. First exams in
Jan.; you must apply by NOV. 24 for
JAN. 6 Exam.
City of Portland, Maine: Summer
Planning Intern Prog. open to grad
with following background in public
admin., govt, law, pol science. Applies
and info avail.
INTERVIEW:
Camp Mataponi, Maine Girls. will
interview Thurs., Nov. 2, 10 to 2. Open-
ings cover waterfront, handsports, fine
arts, campcraft and tripping, super-
visory Group Heads, age 20 plus. Reg-
isteif by phone or in person.

When was the last time you saw
a good old-fashioned MUCKRAKER?

PIZZA

DANCINGHT
8 pM-2 AM. EVERY NIGHT

SEE

Conlin dead

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Retiring Circuit Court Judge John
Conlin died Thursday night in St.
Joseph Mercy Hospital.
Conlin was most famous for
presiding over the John Norman
Collins coed murder trial in the
summer of 1970.
His death at 68 was caused by
cancer of the lungs.
He died only an hour after the
conclusion of his retirement din-
ner sponsored by the Washtenaw
County Bar Association. He had
been unable to attend because of
his health.
Conlin served on the Circuit
Court since 1966. His son Patrick
is currently running for the Cir-
cuit Court.

STUDENTS INTERESTED IN GRAD-
UATE & PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS: A
rep will be in the Office from The
Woodrow Wilson School of Pub. & In-
ternat'l Affairs (Mon., Oct. 30); Drake
Law Sch. Stanford Univ. Grad Sch of
Bus, Cornell Univ. Grad Sch, & Chi-
cago Univ Law Sch (Tues., Oct. 31);

Jack Anderson

(Continued from Page 1)
A detailed analysis of admissions
policies would be required to detect
any discriminatory practices based
on sex, age or marital status.
The university would be re-
quired to analyze its servicesand
student profile to determine if wo-
men are underrepresented and set
up reasonable goals and timetables
for correcting that underrepresen-
tation.
Other aspects of Scott's model
program deal with suggestions for
women's studies programs, coun-
seling, medical services and child
care.

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State Street and Liberty

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1209 S. University

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Free Pick-up and Delivery Service
On-Campus location, 1213 S.U..-663-3016

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and PIZZERIA
STATE AND LIBERTY
(on your way to and from the Game)
7 a.m.-1 a.m. weekdays, 7 a.m.-3 a.m. weekends
FRANK'S RESTAURANT.
334 Maynard
Complete Greek Menu 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues. & Thurs
THE SCENE
Open I11:00 a.m. for Lunch, Pizza and Sandwiches
after 5:00, Dancing after $':00 p.m.
341 Main- Phone 769-5960
THE SIGHT SHOP
673 E. U. - Ann Arbor
Phone 662-3903
HIGH FIDELITY WORKSHOP
2555 Jackson-Westgate Center
Fisher, Harmon-Kardon, Klipsch, Thorens, Marantz,
Sony, Jensen, Dynaco, Pioneer, Crown, JBL, AR.
Special component system discounts.

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FEATURE PLAYER OF* THE WEEK
With the numerals 41 blazoned across his chest, WOLF-
MAN RANDY LOGAN presents an immovable object to
opposing offenses. The senior Co-captain from Detroit
has been personally responsible for causing the opposi-
tion to cough up the football five times this season. "The
Snarkel's" hard hitting play has inspired hits teammates

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LITTLE THINGS
215 S. State
CAMELET BROTHERS
1119 S. University
Hi Fi Headquarters in Ann Arbor for 26 Years
THE MUSIC CENTER, inc.
308 S. State St.-Phone 665-8607 or 8
MICHIGAN'S MOST COMPLETE
PROFESSIONAL BOOKSTORE
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 So. University 663-9333
CAMPUS JEWELERS
Prompt Watch Repair, Seiko Watches
719 North University
in Ann Arbor since 1952
SKIING
BACKPACKING PreSeason
TENNIS SKI SALE
now on
See 1973 FASHIONS
3162 Packard,
Ann Arbor
Phone 971-4310

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Sporting brand new gold uniforms, the Men of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota invade Ann Arbor representing the
heart of the Twin Cities. The football players from a uni-
versity where 44,000 souls pack classrooms in an effort
to gain a higher education take pride in the fact that

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men and women shop
DIETZEL'S SHOE STORE
Downtown, 309 S. Main

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football.

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