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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 29,197J

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ANN ALIA 0F/ [ELM -CC=CU
TONIGHT
ROBERT ALTMAN'S 1973
THE LONG GOODBYE
AUD. A-7 & 9
Altman's attempt to finish off the myth of

C. G. JUNG SEMINAR
ENRICHMENT EVENING
WED., SEPT. 29-8 P.M.
"HELL"-A Film. The doctrine of Hell is con-
temporized in a marathon of visual material
from the works of tormented artists and poig-
nant footnotes out of 20th century holocausts.

POTENTIAL CAMPAIGN ISSUE:

Ford took corporation golf dates
WASHINGTON (Reuter)-The' campaign issue Tuesday. Clear- pitality ranked as substantial pitality Ford had received while
White House yesterday said ly referring to Ford, Carter said gifts. a congressman.
President Ford accepted golf in Oregon it would need an THE PRESIDENT has also "It is difficult to reconstruct

invitations from at least four outsider to correct the "bloat- been reported ner investiga
the private detective leaves him gasping but At CANTERBURY HOUSE U.S. corporations while a con- ed mess" in Washington where tion by the Watergate Special
well at the end; a success in every other gressman hinted that the- the political leadership got its Prosecutor for what the Wash-
way. Elliott Gould's Phillip Marlowe is adrift Corner of N. Division & Catherine hospitalityed in toe ave ounel ad inag ia it gto
665-0606t included in someadvice, counsel and financial ington Post called serious and
in a corrupt and chaotic modern world made ___cases his travel costs.' support from lobbyists and spe- significant allegations that his
up of snatches of conversation and strange Presidential press secretary cial interest groups. congressional campaign funds in
encounters. One of Altman's best, it gets - -Ron Nessen said the compan Nessen told press questioners the early 1970's had been im-
deeper and wider every time you see it. Jim ,oies were Firestone Rubber, yesterday: "Over the years he properly diverted.
Boutin, Sterling Hayden, Mark Rydel. A film Looking For Things To Do ? Bethlehem Steel and Alcoa accepted invitations to play golf Nessen said the White House
noir classic. ! Aluminum in addition to a U.S. around the country." Asked if had not been contacted by Spe-
AUD. A, ANGELL HALL $1.25 ICH 1GAN S T U D E N T ASSEMBLY Steel invitation disclosed last the companies paid the Presi- cial Prosecutor Charles Ruff nor
~" ~"' ~week 'dent's travel costs, he answer- had it tried to contact him. "All
(MSA) is interviewing for the following ed: "Some he paid for - some we know about it is what we
DEMOCRATIC challenger Jim- he was given." read in the papers," he said.
imporhaant positions: gnpats esad
)Pmy Carter, resting yesterday at But he insisted Ford would Ford's golf outings could
INGMAR BERGMAN'S 9TREASURER, DIRECTOR his home in Plains, Georgia, not have accepted anything if prove highly embarrassing if
E ELECTIONSDturned press disclosure of the he thought it wrong and did not Carter continues to pursue the
THE MAGICIAN and DIRECTOR OF President's golf outings into a I consider the invitations and hos- subject, observers here said.
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
A troupe led by a mesmerist travels through Ur lrad r c o curred both "N bo bIDerian aftr
MSA is also interviewing for positions on various oliceIre tor 1968, the year that Congress
internal committees and University committees. adopted a code of ethics to end
confuses the local townspeople. Illusion plays acceptance of substantial gifts
more of a part in this than in any other Berg- CONTACT MSA NOW! fi edfrom lobbyists.
man film. With Max Von Sydow, Ingrid Thulin MSA OFFICES 763-3241 ; I111Uf1 (re Nessen said a longer list of
and Gunnar Bjornstrand. 3909 M. UNION BLDG. 763-3242 all the golf hospitality Ford had
adG-r-nsad(_DETROIT (UPI) - Mayor to share information" about the received was available last
_ '_-Coleman A. Young yesterday current federal probe into i week when the subject first
THURS.: Eisenstein's IVAN THE TERRIBLE II fired Police Chief Philip Tanni- alleged drug dealing involving came up but no one had asked
an and appointed Deputy Chief police officers with Young and ' for it He refused however to
William S. Hart as the city's city counsel. seek a full list of all such hos
IG A first black police chief. "Police Chief Tannian has
7:00 & 9:05 Admission $1.25 AL ? 1, Young's announcement at a 6 served Detroit well during
(,h p.m. news conference ended three difficult years as the
-- weeks of speculation over citys chief law enforcement Pana' ae fie, on adi re
Hannian's fate. officer," Young said in a briefR (1 1 1
YOUNG SAID he made his announcement. "In r e c e n t
decision because "division and months, however, it has been y
ALTY D~~ ~acrimony" within the top ranks' increasingly clear that division ( [
M E M O R E X IJU 1(of the police department "has and acrimony within the police
Ofi made a unified effort against department has made a unifed
.US-crime almost impossible." effort against crime almost (Continued from Page 1)
-PLUS He also said Tannan "failed' impossible." _______ the Bordwthhor of Eio'Ch its
"° twoof the Board within hours of its
BuySTIUDlENIT NIGHT Cpublication.
Get one Free!'.* FRI.-SAT.-SUN. $2.50 THE DOCUMENTS include a
March 24 letter to University
-A 50c A DMISSION rjMIC H A EL President Robben Fleming from
90-MinvuteC CsseE ttP.R. Cassidy of the Bechtel
WITH STUDENT I.D Corp. urging him to change the
/0 i 0 0 N~ Wow resent system of "check-off"
Regular Price for 3 $.HOURS: Fri. &Sat.: 8 p.m.-2 a.m, funding for PIRGIM. The file
Sae rcefo 7Weekly Hours: 9 .-2 a.m 12-string, 6 string, b anjio, cp bandb IGMsos
-triesbaihronccn that carbons of the letter were
YOU Save$certina, etc. sent to "Dean Ragone, Dean of
You3Sav 516 E. Liberty 994-5350"AOeMnFl
I pEngineering, U of M" and "W.
Kerr, Deartment Head, U of
- rnl.' M, Nuclear Engineering."

all the golf games he played in
the last 26 years," he said.
OFFICIALS of the three cor-
porations mentioned by Nessen
said in answer to questions that
company executives had played
golf with Ford. But they could
not give details of how his tra-
vel expenses were paid.
A spokesperson for Alcoa said
Ford and the company's Wash-
ington vice president, Frank
Jones, had played several
games of golf, but only at the
suburban WashingtonyBurning
i Tree Country Club.

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A.Bethlehem Steel spokesman
said Ford had been the guest of
former chief executive Stewart
Cort for a game at the Saucon
Valley Country Club at Bethle-
hem, Pennsylvania, in July,
1971
Firestone said its general
counsel, John Floberg, had host-
hoted Ford at a golf' game at a
country club owned by Firestone
employees in Akron, Ohio, six
to eight years ago. A spokes-
person could not say exactly
what the tab was or if it had
been paid by Firestone.

'Utilities
er, Edison, Bechtel, Common-
wealth Associates and Gilbert/
Commonwealth (all utility or
ntility-realted companies) dis-
cussed "action steps to change
the PIRGIM funding system at
the University of Michigan."
THE ORGANIZATION consid-
ered, in addition, "mobilization
of ANS (American Nuclear So-
ciety) student chapters."
"The ANS mobilization was
presumably intended to give at-
tacks on PIRGIM's funding the
appearance of spontaneous stu-
dent opinion," said Tuchinsky.
The collection includes, more-

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The cllecton inlude, moe
"Why?" a s k e d Tuchinsky. over, a May 12 letter from Bech-
"Why these two people? What tel officials to Edison officials,
kinds of pressures can be put with copies to other members
on an administrator who is con-co te " icM uinsu
cerned about his students get- committee," which lists:
ting jobs when they graduate?" * Addresses and phone num-
An April 22 memo from Edi- bers of the University Board of
son's public affairs director to Regents;
the company's division mana- O Address and phone number
gers suggests they comolain to of.Wendell Lyons, the chief fund-
college administrators in their raiser for the University;
areas about PIRGTM speakers * Detailed information on:the
being allowed to address classes. present system of PIRGIM fund-
ing and on individual Regents
THE MEMO says that PIR- who might be sympathetic to
GIM official Richard Conlin industrial persuasion, and
soke to several classes at Jack- * Information on anti - PIR-
son Community College without GIM activities within the Uni-
an invitation. "His presence was versity's Engineering Depart-
unknown to the administration," ment.
the memo says. "Why would they go after
On the contrary, claims Tii- PIRGIM?" asked Tuchinsky.
chinsky, Conlin had been invi- "Because PIRGIM has led the
ted by instructors to address safe energy movement ... be-
the classes. "He was told by cause PIRGIM has intervened
the administration to cease successfully before the Public
speaking in classrooms where Service Commission against the
he'd been invited by the instruc- utilities."
tors," said the PIRGIM direc- The PIRGIM director warned
tor. "And the administrators that such documents probably
admitted they had responded to represent "only the tip of the
a call from Consumers Power" iceberg," and said his organiza-
in forbidding future speeches. tion assumes the utilities will
Also included in the documents continue work against PIRGIM.
are the minutes of a meeting "We plan to continue our
of a clandestine "Nuclear Pow- struggles for rate reform and
er Support Group" in Ann Ar- for safe energy alternatives,"
bor on May 11 in which repre- said Tuchinsky. "We will not
sentatives from Consumers Pow- be intimidated."

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