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LANSING hI--A controver-
sial proposal that would allow
women to undergo abortions
for any reason in the first 20
weeks of pregnancy will go to
voters in the Nov. 7 general
election, the Michigan Su-
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Contest winner Toni McCurdy
The Seven James
Chess contest resolved
preme Court has ruled.
In its formal 5-2 ruling yesterday,
the court denied a petition for
emergency appeal by a group of
six anti-abortionists who had sought
to keep the question off the ballot.
The proposal, which would over-
turn the state's 126-year law that
allows an abortion only to save the
woman's life, will be in the "B
spot on the ballot and reads:
"Proposal to allow abortion un-
der certain conditions. The pro-
posed law would allow a physician
to perform an abortion at the re-
quest of the patient, if (1) the
period of gestations has not ex ..
ceeded 20 weeks, and (2) if the
procedure is performed in a licens--h
ed hospital or other facility ap-
proved by the Department of Public Wearing a protective hard
Health." Sen. George McGovern to
The court noted that its ruling shipping terminal yesterda3
does not preclude future suits 1 _ - _
halienging the constitutionality of
the proposal if voters make it law. ST0 P HELD:
An anti-abortion attorney pre-
dicted a suit probably will be filed
"by someone" if the measure is
The suit against the fall referen-
dlm, filed by three doctors with
two other men and a woman, By RE
chargedthat the Board of State The People's Ballroo
Canvassers relied on "guesswork" time with a Grand Openi
in validating petition signatures of inexpensive music an
needed to get on the ballot. The Created over the su
anti-abortionists had sought a writ Cetdoe h u
of mandamusto force Elections the Rainbow People's Po
Director Bernard Apol to reject in the back of the Pec
th¢ petitions. Washington. The Comr
The Plaintiffs went to the Su- year and also houses D
preme Court after the state Courtoh
of Appeals upheld the petition vali- er community servic
dation. maximum of 540.
Justices voting to deny the ap- The new ballroom is in
neal were Eugene Black, John "specifically to create a pl
Swainson, Thomas Giles Kavanagh, musicians to play for the
Paul Adams, and Thomas Bren- with the understanding th
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As Bobby Fischer battled Boris
Spassky for the chess champion-
ship of the world this summer,
Ann Arbor chess fans eagerly
waited for the results of The
Daily's own chess tournament.
The winner, Tom McCurdy,
triumphed over more than 450
entries in accurately predicting
that Fischer would win on the
41st move of the 21st game.
Spassky turned in his 41st move
in a sealed envelope the night
before he resigned from the com-
Seven other entrants had the
correctanswer, but McCurdy was
judged the winner as his answer
was received first. His prize is a
$110 chess set, courtesy of Wil-
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McCurdy, 3134 Wolverine Dr.,
is an employe in the home im-
provement department of Meijers
Thrifty Acres. His entry was re-
ceived on the morning of Aug. 8,
two days before any of the other
The contest began on Aug. 5
and ended Aug. 14.
When told he was the winner,
McCurdy responded, "You've
got to be kidding. That's great!"
He asked, "You mean, no one
had a closer answer?"
McCurdy was then reminded
that he had put down the cor-
rect answer-if not the correct
spelling of "Fischer."
The other 7 persons who turned
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scriptions to The Daily.
They are: Charlotte Whitney,
507 Benjamin; Brian Burke, 720
Arbor; Lois Nany, 1828 Vinewood;
Shirley DeLong, 1696 Cram
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Hoffa set on Hanoi trip
m has opened its doors for the first
ing Tribal Stomp to lead off a season
d community togetherness.
immer by members and affiliates of
arty (RPP), the Ballroom is located
ople's Community Center at 502 E.
munity, Center was established last
rug Help, Ozone House, and several
ce facilities. The Ballroom holds a
WASHINGTON UP) - J a m e s
Hoffa "very likely will go" to
North Vietnam to negotiate re-
lease of American prisoners of
war despite Secretary of State
William Rogers' determination to
prevent the trip, Hoffa's attorney
"We are awaiting word from
North Vietnamese trade union
members in Paris," William Taub
said during a telephone inter-
view from his office in N e wv
York. He said once clarification
is reached on matters dealing
with the actual POW situation
the former Teamsters Union
chief probably will leave f o r
The White House and Taub
have not agreed on whether
Hoffa had official blessings for
a Hanoi trip.
Taub quoted Nixon advisor Hen-
ry Kissinger as saying "he felt
some good could come from the
trip" and approved the plan.
But White House press secre-
tary Ronald Ziegler said Kis-
singer "made it clear that this
government and this administra-
tion prefers to do its own nego-
Rogers revoked the passpost
validation that would have per-
mitted Hoffa's journey, claiming
"procedural irregularities" prom-
pted his move.
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Dissenting were Chief Justice bow community", says an RPP
Thomas Kavanagh and Justice G. People's Music and Ballroom
Mennen Williams. Committee statement. Committee
"The decision of the Court of spokeswoman Kathy Kelley saystort d uetoC ong
Apaswas correct and should ri o epehv endsub
not be disturbed," Brennan said.
"The Secretary of State should ed by the cost of hiringhallssuch SANTIAGO, Chile (1P) - Presi-
The ecrtar- o Stte oudent Salvador Allende's leftist gov-
not be called upon to defend the as the University's Union Ball- ernment recognized the Viet Cong
constitutionailty of every proposal room for music shows in the past. yesterday as the government of
offered to him by petitioning cit- The People's Ballroom will cir- South Vietnam.
izens," Brennan added. cumvent this cost and is intended An announcement issued by the
He said' the courts, "in due'A noneet sudb h
course, will consider the legal and to provide a resource space for a Chilean Foreign Ministry s a i d
constitutional issues, if and when variety of musical and community Chile has established "diplomatic
the proposal becomes law, and if events, Kelley remarks. relations with .i:e Provisional Re-
and when it is challenged by pro- Last weekend's rock show at the voutionary Government of South
per parties in a proper proceed- ILs eknsrc hwa h Vietnam and adopted the necessary
ing" People's Ballroom is typical of measures to. establish respective
- - -- -- the presentations planned for ev- embassies' at a time to be deter-
ery weekend this winter with the mined later.
excptin f tiscomngweekend, In his two years in power, Al-
exception of this coming lende has established relations
when Blues- and Jazz Festival with Cuba, the People's Republic
events will absorb most of the of China, Albania, North Korea,
Ballroom's staff and audience. and East Germany.
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