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Wednesday, December 1, 19715

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Wednesday, December 1, 1976 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Page Three

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I IIIL1(Continued from Page 1) ture reminiscent of last spring's! ties Council (UAC) have also
voter turnout there. MSA election. been selected to act as tour
Despite notices published by A flyer distributed by Cam- guides. The number of tour
bSOi MSA saying that polls at the pus Coalition accused MSA guides on the trip will be based
bGraduate and Undergraduate li- members of accepting trips to on how many sign-up for the
braries would be open until ten the Rose Bowl paid for by MSA tour.
"1#1o'clock, election officials said funds as part of a "pay off OTHER DIFFICULTIES with,
there were no voting sites open junket." campaign literature developed
e past 7:15 last night. According to the flyer, 22 stu- whey the Voluntary Funding
Again, Fowler said, the last dents were picked by MSA pres- Party issued a flyer accusing
(Continued from Page 1) minute change was due to the ident Calvin Luker to attend the the Committee Against Manda-
It will be what we've always libraries not allowing MSA polls Rose Bowl as "tour guides." tory Funding (CAMF) of being
wanted it to be - democratic," inside. "wolves in sheeps clothing"
said Schwartzmann. Both wom- siewovsm hescltg'
MSA TREASURER Walt Bor- and "secretly" supporting man-
en emphasized that the union STILL, Election Director My- land confirmed that 20 students datory funding of MSA.
will be shaped in whatever man- ra Willis is optimistic about the! are tentatively scheduled to act'
ner the membership decides is election. Considering the weath- as tour guides through an offer Students voted to abolish man-
aropriate.Tovrning structur er, "I wouldn't say it was a from the travel agency which datory MSA funding last spring.
but also its affiliation, if any, Very low turnout," she said. sponsors the student-faculty CAMF spokesman Stewart
withnatonalor nteratinal Voter turnout was high in sev- Rose Bowl tour.
with national or international e to o wshg e o otrtei aial Mandell said, "I don't know
unos eral dormitories. "This literature is basically Mad' ad Idntko
union s past strife with Unity "I expect between seven and a gross distortion of fact," Bor- why they did this, we're both
caucus, another faction in 2001, ten per cent turnout," Willis land said. "The tour is com- against mandatory funding. I
CDU argued for a structure in added. Last spring, MSA elec- pletely paid for by the travel, guess they think people will vote
which the rank and file would tions drew nine per cent of the agency." # for us instead of them."
have final say in all union de- student population. One tour guide will be as-
cisions. Unity Caucus called for signed to every 50 participants "WHEN I'M ONE of the pe<-
*a representatives council to call THE DAY WAS also marred of the tour. Twenty students ple who sponsored voluntary
the shots. by defamatory campaign litera- chosen by the University Activi-

ark MSA vote
funding (last spring) it ticks me LaROY ALSO SAID that if in-
off that they perpetrate this formation his party printed
garbage," he said. against CAMF was proven false
Voluntary Funding Party head they would issue a retraction.
Tim LaRoy said they had dis- "This goes on year after
tributed the flyer because "ev- year," Mandell said. "Someone
eryone else is doing it. "has to be made an example of."
He added that he had obtain-
ed his information on CAMF CAMF plans to seek legal ad-
from an associate." LaRoy re- vice and may file a libel suit
fused to name his source. in civil court.
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Michigamna: Pride or prejudice?
(Continued from Page 2) braves, and a handful of the considered inviting women, it;
er than Indian." 20 fighting braves, say they was felt that "In order to pre-
There is little resemblance,; are ready for the change now. serve traditions - and I be-
of course; between Michigamta Many see it as inevitable, but " lieve in traditions - unless it
and any real American Indian say it will change the spirit was forced upon us, we would
culture. Members speak in of Michigamua. Many oppose have preferred not to. I believe
"Tonto English" - attaching it outright. Most current braves in Title IX. My preference
the suffixes "-um" or "-em" a reed, not to comment on the would be to have an all male
to verbs - and carry out a Title IX action. group without any kind of pub-
drastically stereotypical view Why are women excluded? lic funding.
of Indian life. "Tradition is the main rea- "IT'S A PRETTY amazing
"I THINK IT'S discriminatory son," says a fighting brave. organization and I'm proud to
whether they do it in public "All along there have not been be a member of it," he went
or not," said Amy Blumenthal. women. Men relate a lot dif- on. "There's something there
"They remind me of a bench ferently to each other when besides just a bunch of jocks.
of little bovs trying to imitate they're with each other than I don't want to be John Feld-
all the stuff they see on TV." when they're with women. Tra- kamp and devote my life to
Buried under the anger, ridi- dition is a valid argument, but it. I think I can keep it in
cule, and federal complaints, I think fairness comes first. perspective. I'm not sure oth-
the Tribe's image and position Whenever there's a group that er people can."
on campus has suffered. excludes another group-wheth- After football announcer Bob
One man who turned down er by race, sex, whatever - "Running Nose" Ufer, Tribe of
the "Birchbark" in 1974 said, they're saying, 'Hey, I'm bet- '43, blasted the possibility of
"I don't see much purpose in ter than them.' women entering and said the
it. It seemed sort of silly. The "THE OLD BRAVES are woman complainants "ought to
people who asked me did not freaking out," hecontinued. "In be falling in love with a guy
know me. They knew nothing fact, some of them are freaking and raising some kids" instead
about me. It fundamentally out enough to say it's time for of "getting all wrapped up in
didn't seem to me the service women." Title IX," he declared, "It's
organization it claimed to be. "As far as I'm concerned, it been -said that life is 95 per
Besides being juvenile, it had really doesn't make a bit of cent bullshit and five per cent
certain racist overtones I find difference," said Robert Hume, fact, and you know, that's about
repugnant." Tribe of '45. "Women are wor- the way it is with Michigamua."
MUCH OF THE burden, of thy." Unfortunately for the braves,
course, rests on the Tribe's ex- ' Others are ,ore cautious. A many non-members are taking
clusion of women. Many old 1975 brave said when his Tribe it much more seriously.
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U taih UKls Gilmore execution{
(Continued from Page 1) 1 "I am mentally prepared to coffee since then, because pri-
them - rabbis and priests and accept the judgment of sentence son officials will not allow him
the ACLU - is butt out," he . . . any delay now will only to speak by telephone toBar-
told Board Chairman George inflict needless mental hardship rett,,now in a nearby state men-
Latimer. "It's my life and my on me." tal institution.
death." In an attempt to kill himself I In a surprise revelation yes-
Attorneys Gilbert Athay and to avoid spending the rest of his terday, Gilmore denied that he
Randall Gaither, representing life in jail, Gilmore and his wished to rmarry Barrett before
two inmates on Utah's Death fiancee Nicole Barrett, 20, took his execution.
Row, urged the board to con- drug overdoses two weeks ago Earlier his lawyers said that
tinue the stay until an appellate in an apparent suicide pact. He Gilmore was trying to get the
court can review constitution- has been on a hunger strike, approval of prison authorities
ality of Utah's death penalty taking only water and black to the wedding.
law. They said their clients
could be adversely affected if
an execution is carried out. ~ver f t / ) 'uchr
Latimer told them, "You're , Suivdr 5 <x.
not going to import your cases f7 rxxjb\nuI tr'S ' :
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not see how his case could af-
fect those of other inmates.
Speaking quietly throughout
the hearing and with his gray-
blue eyes twinkling at some of
the arguments, Gilmore drew
on Shakespeare to call the hear-
ing "much -ado about nothing."
"I accept the sentence given -
to me," said Gilmore, who has
soent 18 years in penal institu-
tions. "I have accepted sen-
tences all my life."
"AFTER GILMORE called,
Utah Governor Calvin Ramptonj
a coward for temporarily stav-
ing his sentence, Latimer told
"Desoite what you think of;
us, you can rest assured that
we are not cowards and that we
will decide the issue on the con-j
stitution of the State of Utah
and not on yor desires."
Gilmore said, "thank you,"
when. abouj, two hours later, the
members of the Board filedr
back into the hearing room,
crowded with television cam-
eras and reporters, to announce
their decision.
LA'T'TMER SAID the maiority
of the Board had rew-hed the
decision after deciding the
state's canital, punishment law
was constittional and that Gil-
more had been properly tried
and sentenced.
Board member Harriet Mar-
cus, a welfare worker, had
wanted the Board's ruling stay-
ed until the constitutionality of
the Utah capital punishment.
law was argued in higher
courts.
"We are not going to wait
for 50 years for that decision to
be made," Latimer said. "Re-
member justice delayed is jus-
tice defeated."

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