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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 23, 1976

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Agency
OK's
fre ons
(C on tinued from Pagel1)
diation is a potential source.
of skin cancer.
The commission issued this
statement after its -vote: "On
the basis of information avail-
able, it appears that certain
fluorocarbon propellants present
an unreasonable risk of injury
to consumers from the destruc-
tion of the ozone layer and that
no feasible consumer product
safety standard could adequate-
Iy, protect the public."
THE COMMISSION noted that
it has unchallenged jurisdiction
over non-cosmetic products suchj
as household cleaners, and said
'it is instructing its staff to im-
mediately prepare a notice ban-
ning fluorocarbons from those
aerosol items.
However, it noted that the
EPA has indicated it is also
moving toward a ban of fluoro-
carbons.
If EPA takes such steps
"within a reasonable period of
time," the commission will
drop its own action, the state-
ment said.

over transition

plans

By AP and Reuter
WASHINGTON - President
Ford met with President-elect
Jimmy Carter for an hour and;
15 minutes yesterday, and pro-
mised to cooperate 100 per cent.3
to make sure the transition be-
tween administrations runs
smoothly.
Carter had a series of meet-
ings with members of the out-E
ging administration before call-
ing on Ford in the White House
Oval Office - his seat of pow-
er for the next four years.
TIlE MEETING was the first

place but there were no indica-
tions it would occur before Car-
ter's inauguration on Jan. 20.I
As reporters listened to the
opening of their meeting, Car-
ter asked the President whe-
ther the meeting on economic
matters had been useful.
"It was extremely benefic-
ial," President Ford replied.
The countries whose leaders
met outside of San Juan, Puer-
to Rico, were Great Britain,
France, West Germany, Italy,
Japan, Canada and the ?United
States.

By ANNEMARTE SCHIAVI
When she returned she said The University's undergradu-
her nine-year-old daughter, ate program must deal with
Amy, definitely will attend problems of rising tuition, few-
classes in the Washington pub- er applications and overdepend-'
lic school system, but that the ence on teaching assistants
exact school has yet to be (TA's), President Robben Flem-
chosen. ing said yesterday:
"I'll talk with Jimmy, and In a follow-up speech to his
we'll make a decision about State of the University address
what to do about Amy's school," last September, Fleming told a
Ms. Carter told reporters. meeting of the University Sen-

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ter instrijctor than a TA, "but
in ter s of pure logic, a TA
can't be as good as a mature
professor," he said. "You learn
by exnerience and maturity."
LITTE 4RY SCHOOL (LSA)
Dean Billy Frye, however, re-
olied that increased work loads
for nrofesors would force them
to cut back their efforts in
research.
Fleming agreed that cutbacks
in research would hurt the Uni-
versity's national reputation,
saying "we wouldn't take it
(research) away from people
who are truly involved."
Te ln d hn~ tthP mir-

Ford,

Carter confer,

Fleming cites
undergrad troubles

E N R .O LL M E N T at
Stevens is about 60 per cent
black, 30 per cent foreign and
Hispanic and 10 per cent Amer-I
ican white.

ate that such problems could1
lead to a drop in enrollment!
and loss of funding.j
REITERATING controversial'
statements concerning profes-a
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YOU,
may
VOTE
in
The LS&A Student Government Elections
November 22 & 23, 1976 / Monday & Tuesday
IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN THE LS&A COLLEGE, AT
THE FOLLOWING POLLING PLACES:

between the two men since they CARTER ALSO met with Se....................riwowi lods, r in sai a te so warne a La ie cur-
met in Williamsburg, Va., Oct.retar David Mathews of the The Carters arrived here the University uses too many rent downtrend in birth rates
22, a month ago in the third Department of Health, Educa- Sunday night and are to return TA's in the first two years of may result in a 20 to 25 per cent
and final presidential election tion and Welfare, with Chair- to their home in Plains, Ga., on undergraduate teaching - an drop in applications by 1980.
debate, man Arthur Burns of the Fed- this evening. The president- observation he said was the: And rising tuition - the re-
Carter asked the President eral Reserve Board, Treasury ect'sschedule for tdsin- most frequent criticism from salt of inflation - could force
whether another economic Secretary William Simon, and students and their parents. some students to take the com-
summit conference such as the Secretary of Defense Donald cludes lunch at the Capitol and The University president said munity college route for the
one held in Puerto Rico last Rumrsfeld. meetings with congressional he didn't mean to imply that first two years of their higher
June might be useful and Ford Treasury Secretary William leaders. any professor would be a bet- education, Fleming warned.
replied, "It might be desir- Simon said he had given the
able." president - elect a completein
The two men talked about a briefing on monetary and eco- 5
possible meeting of the North nomic issues including an up-.!0("Al ni r ay O g nzton!d t nt ec niun i a ca
and also discussed the possibil- troibles of New York City.
ity of a meeting with the chiefs SALT LAKE CITY W) - The Tuesday, however, and the case does not specify that a prisoner
of state of a number of foreign And Rumsfeld added later, "I Utah Board of Pardons has' was removed from the board's be released if the execution does
nations. thought it was time well-spent scheduled a special session for agenda while the pair recuperat- not take place within the time
Carter said another economic: and I hoped he did." Nov. 30 to consider the case of ed in hospitals here and in limit.
summit "would give me a . convicted killer Gary Gilmore, Provo. But even if the prosecutor's
chance to meet foreign lead- AS CARTER pursued is who has said he wants to be, LAST WEEK, the prosecutor interpretation is accepted, Gil-
ers. scheduled meetings, his wife, executed rather than spend the in the case said that under state more faces another murder
IT WAS NOT clear just when Stevens School, the closest pub- rest of his life in prison. law, a condemned prisoner who charge in connection with a
such a meeting might takens lic school to the White House. Board member Thomas Har- is not executed within 60 days killing during a Provo-area rob-
g____k______e__ s rison said yesterday that the of sentencing may be set free. bery the night before the motel
___-_ _three-member panel would con- Since Gilmore made no attempt clerk was slain. He would pre-
sider the case next week rather to delay the execution and, in sumably be rejailed immediate-
than at its scheduled meeting fast, demanded execution on ly for trial in that case if he
STUD I RANCE Dec. 6 "to avoid any questions schedule, that interpretation of were freed.
in an issue as complicated as the law would mean that Gil- -
this." more could be released if he is
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GILMORE, sentenced to die not put to death or resentenced Poi
JUNIOR YEAR ABROAD PROGRAMS after being convicted of mur- by Dec. 7, the prosecutor man-
dering a Provo motel clerk last tamed.
July, was originally scheduled! Gilmore, recovering in the
The LS&A Office of Study Abroad announces to be executed on Nov. 1s but'prison infirmary from his sui- s
two informational meetings for students in- Gov. Calvin Rampton stayed the cide attempt began a hun-
terested in participating in the University of sentence so the board could ger strike in prison after
Michigan Junior Year Abroad Programs in review the case at its meeting lunch last Friday and has con-1 a y
Fr and Germany:}last Wednesday. tinued to refuse meals since of-
The board could commute the ficials denied him permission to
death sentence to life in prison telephone Barrett at the state m other
A IX-EN-PROVENCE, FRANCE or refer the case back to court mental hospital in Provo.
Tuesday, December 7 for rescheduling of the execu- Barrett, found near death at (Continued from Page 1)
tion. her Springville apartment Tues- design.
FREY Gilmore and his girlfriend, day about the same time Gil- Detective Charles Ferguson
Nicole Barrett, 20, attempted to Emore was found unconscious in said the incident was "not nec-
Thursday, December 9 carry out a suicide pact on his prison cell, has been de- essarilv campus related," and
scribed by doctors. as still sui- that "the propensity for it (the
" Mcidal. and officials said yester- person who left the baby) to be
PLACE: International Center You don't have to day that no information on her a student is as good as not."
(Recrea ~tonRoom) condition will be released. The boy is presently in Mott
6 R re n mSNAP UTAH STATE Prison officials Children's Hospital, where
603 E. Madison Crackel or Pop to get genuine $ yesterday asked for an opinion nurses describe him as "very
TIME: 8:00 p.m. KODAK eral's office on whether Gilmore been made to find him a tem-
GREETING CARDS at more can be forced to take nourish- porary home with the Depart-
All students who think they might be interested than 20% off from ment, through intravenous tubes rent of Protective services. If
inapligfr1977 shuddfntl at-. i if necessary. Deputy Warden his parents are not located, le-
tend. Students who think they might apply at SUN, PHOTO Leon Hatch quoted the prison gal proceedings will begin to
somelatr dte re aso ordall inited Brng 31~ ~doctor as saying that Gilmore.$ place him in a foster home.
some later date are also cordiallyinvited.Bring 3180 PACKARD ocorkbsaig Th ~ i$ "EASM hth
a friend. ~ AKR itis weak but that his condition! "WE ASSUME that he was
1 f n 2 Blocks E. of Platt is not critical. less than a day ok when they
Hatch said Gilmore was rest- found him because of the con-
ing comfortably under, a guard dition of .the umbilical cord,"
since his return to the prison said Assistant Head Nurse
'Thursday after treatment at a Madelyn Haynes. "He had a
local hospital. He has had only low temperature from exposure,
coffee with sugar, water and but he's healthy now. He's real-
headache medication since he ly a cute kid."
began his hunger strike, Hatch Police said they are leaving
said. open the suggestion that foul
The law under which the pros- play could have been involved,
ecutor says Gilmore could be but are-Anvestigating all possi-
freed if not executed by Dec. 7 bilities.
N. m mm

MONDAY, NOV. 22
FISHBOWL: 8:30-4:00
UGLI: 1:30-7:30
ALICE LLOYD HALL: 10:30-6:30
BURSLEY HALL: 4:30-7:00
MOSHER JORDAN: 4':00-6:30
MARKLEY: 4:00-6:30

TUESDAY, NOV. 23
FISHBOWL: 8:30-4:00
UGLI: 1:00-7:00
EAST QUAD: 10:30-6:30
WEST QUAD: 4:00-6:30
SOUTH QUAD: 11:00-6:00

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