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Wednesday, October. 29, 19 F

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This Weekend


Fromme trial to et
Ford statement
(Continued from Page 1) Ford The plea was entered

Prof backs



Diana Marcovitz



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A J U S T I C E Department
spokesperson said there was no
appeal to MacBride's order,
"and the next thing to do is to
work out details as' to how the
President will accede to the
court order."
"We think it is a precedent
of some concern, but we're satis-

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despite the strong objections of
her lawyer and her trial was
set for Dec. iS.
MacBRIDE said the question-
ing of Ford by Fromme's co-
counsel, John Virga, should be
"rather limited."
"Did he hear a click or didn't
he?" MacBride said. "Did he
hear Miss Fromme say any-
"If he was looking at Miss
Fromme, did he see an expres-

fied with the judge's ruling,";
the spokesperson added.
Earlier in San Francisco, an-
other federal judge entered an
innocent plea for Sara Moore,
also charged with trying to kill

Both Israel and the Arab
countries should be provided
with "precision guided muni-
tions" (PGM's) by the United
States, a University political
science professor asserted last
night at a debate on the recent
Sinai peace pact.
The debate, which took place
in the basement of the Hillel
B'nai B'rith building, was en-
titled, "The Sinai Disengage-
ment Pact and Prospects for
Peace in the Middle East."
"THERE HAS been a revolu-
tion in weapons systems," said
Prof. Raymond Tanter. "I would
like to see the United States
provide both sides with preci-



(Continued from Page 1)
follow through on it," Fojtik
said yesterday. "We talked
about rallying on the Diag, but
there was a feeling that we'd
need a lot of support to make
it successful, and we felt that
we couldn't get the support, so
we decided against it."
Fojtik was generally gloomy
about thetstrike's prospects.
predicting that at most, five per
cent of Washtenaw County's wo-
men will take the day off.
"I want women to just stay
home and rest and recuperate
from all their years of being
underpaid and overworked," she
said. "This is a demonstration
and it is not meant to do any-
thing more than be a demon-
UAC reje
(Continued from Page 1)
Board members also feared
inadequate security arrange-
ments. Shocklev whosei enetic

sion guided munitions. . ;
"Strategic stability says that
neither side have first-strike
capability," he continued.
First-strike capability is the
capacity for one of two warring
factions to achieve victory in a
single offensive attackj..
"If only one side has PGM's,'
Tanter said, "the other side. ..
might feel that it should strike
first since the side with PGM' s
has such a.- first-strike advant-
age. k
"ISRAEL now has a first ,
strike capability which is far .ix...1..
superior to that of the Arabs,"f. .
he added. a h
Tanter, a specialist in inter-
national c r i s i s management,.. r".;'3.'{, 2 itS. .of '
holds a visiting professorship in
political science at Hebrew Uni- : " .".s ° >.
versity in Jerusalem. .
History Prof. Bradford Perk-
ins, another participant in the . . .
debate, described Tanter's plan :
as "a Strangelovian solution." rr*fi..
"ALL SIDES being equally
armed can be destabilizing as
well as stabilizing," Perkinsw "
commented. "First strke capa-
bility at the sub-atomic level is -
nearly impossible to reach, in
the sense that theorists talk } 4,
about it in the context of nu-
clear war."
The other debaters were po- p.
litical science Prof. Clement}-> '
Henry, teacher of a University
course in the Arab-Israeli con- Daily Photo by KEN FINK
flict, and Itamar Rabinovitch, a y
member of the staff of Tel Aviv
University and a visiting pro-
fessor at Carlton University in/
CaOn anothersubject, Tanter re- S a a v cates
marked, "I think (Secretary of
State) Kissinger is trying to
transform the Middle East from
an area which is internally p a e c iie e'c
managed to one which is man-
aged-by a single outsider power
-the United States. (continued from Page 1) Egyptian Foreign Minister Is-
"Co-management is what I And I am quite satisfied with mail Fahmi, calls for a dollar
think the Soviet Union wants," the word of the United States." credit to be extended to Egypt
he said. Sadat said he would not urge for repayment within 20 years.
the PLO to recognize Israel and There was one cloud over the
thereby meet American condi- meetings - caused by Egypt's
tions. "I am not ready at all to snpport of a resolution in the
/ts Iput pressure on the Palestinians United Nations equating Zion-
for the simple reason they are ism with racism and a comment
denied everything for 27 years," by Sadat that he was firmly
he said. against Zionism.
United States and Egypt yes- Yesterday we reported that
main issue was not free speech terday signed an agreement on Phi Gamma Delta and Delta
l but whether UAC should in- the sale of $98.1 million worth Delta Delta hawked pumpkins
volve itself in such a risky sit- of American wheat, wheat flour on the Diag. And sure enough,
uation, and tobacco to Egypt over the Phi Gamma, Delta sold the


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theories have been called rac-
ist, "was hooted, heckled and
jostled off the stage at Yale,"a
board member Howard Learner
Dave Oleshansky temporarily
chaired the meeting because
Powers was directly involved in
LoPatin's appeal. He said the
documentary on th
sinate President Ke
With: THE ZA
Wed., Oct. 29
Not. Sci A

"It's silly to say Ky still1
freedom of speech," bo
member Bob Bianco said,
UAC refuses to invite.



next year.l pumpkins, but Chi Omega and
The agreement, signed by Sec-# not Delta Delta Delta was the
retary of State Kissinger and sorority.
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Learner worried about the I lY. I FiCti
two speakers because, "there is I
extremely vocal opposition to Wednesday, October 29
either of the two coming." Day Calendar
-___wUOM: Live Nat'l Town Meeting,
panel discussion, "American Atti-
tudes Toward the Military," 10:30
es:. Russian, E. European Stu-
dies: Zvi Gitelman, "Soviet.Jewish
LE i (Cr usa.E uoenSu
Emigres and Soviet Political Cul-
ture," Commons Rm., Lane Hall,
UDGME N T Public Health Films: Half Million
Teenagers, M1112 SPH II, 12:10 pm.
e conspiracy to assas- Radio-Astronomy Seminar; A. G.
Pacholczyk, Steward Obs., U. Ari-
mnnedy. zona. "Physics of Radio Tail Galax-
es," P & A Colloq. Rm., 1 pm.
PRUDER FILM i Physics: Shang-Keng Ma, U.
California, San Diego, "Recent Pro-
I gress in Dynamical Critical Phe-
nomena," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Industrial, Operations Engineer-
ing: Don McNicle, Auckland U.,
ud -$1.50 New Zealand, 'Aspects of the De-
composition of Networks of
Queues," 229 W. Eng., 4 pm.

Statistics: Leslie Kish, "Port-
able Sampling Errors." 3227 Angell,
4 pm.
Biological Sciences: Robert Hell-
ing. "Molecular Cloning of Genes,"
Aud. B. Angell, 4 pm.
Studio Theatre: Cocteau's The
Infernal Machine, Arena Theatre,
Frieze, 4:10 pm.
Ctr., Coord. Ancient, Modern Stu-
dies: Paul Mackendrick, "Thomas
Jefferson and His Library," Aud. A,
Angell, 4:10 pm.
Speech, Communications / Hillel:
M. Kohansky Jerusalem Post, "The
Development of the Hebrew Thea-
tre," E. Conf. Rm., Rackham, 7:30
US Labor Party: Forum, "A De-
pression -Collapse," 3M Union, 7:30
Science, Human Values Series:
Walter Reitman, "Artificial Intell -
gence: What Is It and where Is It
Going?" 1025 Angell, 8 pm.
Pendleton Ctr.: Ars Musica, Un-
ion, 8 pm.
Museum of Art: Baroque trio, Art
Museum. 8 pm.
General Notices
Academic costume may be rent-
ed at the Cellar, Michigan Union.
Orders for December 14 Commence-
ment should be placed immediate-
ly and must be placed before No-

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