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Vol. LXXXVI, No. 78 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, December 7, 1975 10 Cents Eight Pages plus S

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C. rUSEEMA 90 LL xDALY
LSA-SGC elections
LSA students-here's your chance to make your
voice heard in student government. The LSA-SGC
election will be held Dec. 8 and 9 at nine locations
on campus. Dec. 8 polls will be open at the Fish-
bowl from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Bursey 10 a.m. to
6 p.m., Alice Lloyd and South Quad 10 a.m. to
6:30 p.m., and the UGLI from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Dec. 9, polls will be at the Fishbowl from 8:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m., North Campus bus stop 9:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m., East Quad and Markley 10 a.m. to 6
p.m., and the Union 10:30 to 5:30.
Happenings . .
go out and throw some snowballs today;
there's not much else to do . . . Vice President
for Academic Affairs is the featured speaker for
Dearborn's winter commencement at 2 p. m. in
the Scottish Rite Auditorium, Masonic Temple,
Detroit... from 3 to 5 there will be a membership
craft show of the Handweavers Guild ... and at
4 p.m. today the African Students Association holds
a constitutional review meeting at 1024 Hill . . .
tomorrow polls open for the LSA Student Govern-
ment Election . . . at 7:30 p.m. the Michigan
Association of Gerontology Students meets in the
w. conference rm., Rackham ... and at 8 p.m.
there will be a Common Cause meeting in the
fourth floor conference rm. City Hall.
"Laws"
The orchestra plays "I Gotta Be Me," and a
make-believe Betty Ford steps out to center stage
and sings:
My son may try pot,
I won't really care
Or be surprised when
Susan has her affair.
A woman, you see,
Has gotta be free.. ..
It's all part of the Chicago Bar Association
annual Christmas Spirits review which debuts
tonorrow under the title of "Laws." Some 80
lawyers sing and sink their collective teeth into
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, Illinois Gov. Daniel
Walker, the late FBI director J. Edgar Hoover
and Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, all in the
interests of satire.
Tops down
Floyd Moore likes cruising around town in a
convertible so much he's collected 30 of them. So
next year when the domestic auto industry turns
out its last convertible, Moore can still ride in
wind-blown style. "Future generations will never
know the pleasure of running around with the top
down. It's like being in the open cockpit of a
plane," says Moore, a 46-year-old commercial
landscape contractor who keeps his cars in a
company warehouse and displays favorites in a
showroom. Moore has 22 open air T-Birds of the
1955-66 vintage, in mint condition and is constantly
searching for more of the two seaters. The growing
popularity of air conditioning and the appeal of
hardtops with a vinyl roof or sun roof along with
the convertible's accessibility to thieves and van-
dals helped close the lid on the, car's popularity,
industry officials say.
Santa Claws
You know that slick tape recorder you saw in
the Christmas catalogue? It would make a great
gift for your brother, right? The only problem is
the company might never deliver the merchandise

once you've delivered your check. The Postal
Service warns Christmas shoppers to be wary of
mail-order swindlers, who may be operating in
record numbers this holiday season. The ailing
economy has started a boom in mail-order fraud
and it may get worse during the Christmas season,
Postal Service officials say. "If a mail order offer
sounds too good to be true, then that's probably
what it is," one official said.
On the inside .. .
.. . Ann Marie Lipinski spends a morning at the
Farmers' Market and Sara Rimer writes about one
former member of Saigon's elite who now lives in
Ann Arbor in the Sunday Magazine . . . and the
Sports Page features coverage of the basketball
game.
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Study-
to measure
pot's effect
on sex

CARBONDALE, Ill. (P) - Attempts to forestall experiments
at Southern Illinois University to measure the effect of marijuana
smoking on sexual arousal appear to have failed.
Authorities say the federal government is ready to give the
green light to a university psychologist to proceed with his $121,-
000, two-year, federally-funded investigation.
DR. HARRIS RUBIN plans to pay adult male volunteers $20 a
session to smoke government-supplied dope and watch erotic films
while a ring-like transducer attached to their genitals monitors
physical reactions.
He hopes to learn whether the drug enhances or inhibits sexual
activity. The National Institute of Drug Abuse, an agency of the
Department of Health Education and Welfare, is to supply both
the money and the marijuana..
Rubin has . said volunteers will be people who already use
marijuana and will be paid to participate. No tests will be con-
ducted on women because there is no way to measure their re-
sponses, Rubin said.
RUBIN SAID HIS project is a legitimate scientific experiment
and adds that he already has run similar tests with alcohol.
The project has provoked considerable controversy. A St.
Louis Globe Democrat editorial labeled it "tax-paid debauchery."

The Carbondale Christians Council demanded cancellation of the
experiments. A state legislator likened the tests to Nazi medical
experiments.
Sen. William Proxmire, (D-Wis.), Illinois Gov. Daniel Walker
and various congressmen labeled them a waste of taxpayer money.
U. S. ATTY. Henry Schwarz, in whose jurisdiction the experi-
ments are to be conducted, recommended that the Justice De-
partment deny a grant of immunity to Rubin. Without immunity
from marijuana distribution statutes, Schwarz pledged to arrest
Rubin and confiscate the films.
Despite the opposition, the project is getting closer to approv-
al.
The Illinois Departments of Mental Health and Law Enforce-
ment certified Rubin as a reputable scientist. The university's
board of trustees gave its tacit approval. Rubin has a Drug'- En-
forcement Administration registration number recognizing his
scientific status.
ONLY TWO possible stumbling blocks remain: The Food and
Drug Administration must decide whether to accept the finding
of an independent review panel of scientists that the project will
not harm its subjects. And the Justice Department must grant
immunity.

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STEVE ANDRETTA, Salvatore Bruguglio and Thomas Andretta arrive at the Oakland County
Jail Saturday afternoon along with Gabriel Bruguglio, (not shown). The Bruguglio brothers and
Thomas Andretta were to appear in a court-ordered line-up in connection with the disappear-
ance of ex-Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa.

ASKS ARMS AID:

lI'arcos greets Ford"

MANILA (P) - President
Ferdinand Marcos, toasting the
visit of President Ford, said
yesterday that future U. S. -
Philippine military agreements
must include commitments to
help this country build its own
arms industry.
Marcos also told Ford that by
his visit he has "raised to a
new status the program . . . to
build a new international order
and retained our faith that Asia
enjoys high priority in the
American purpose abroad."
RESPONDING to the banquet
toast, Ford said he approved of
what he found in Asia-"a com-

mon determination by leaders
of nations to chart their own
courses, to shape their own
characters. I saw a growing
awareness this determination
of individuals and nations to be
independent and self-reliant is a
constructive force in the
world."
Speaking of arms, Marcos
said: "If by virture of any ar-
rangements' or treaties there
should be deliveries to our
country of foreign equipment
and technology, we seek ar-
rangements and understandings
wherein we shall also build our
capability so that in the future
this will render obsolete and

FIJIdesigned plot
to provoke Maia
Communist clash
WASHINGTON (P)-FBI officials tried for two years to provoke
a clash between the Mafia and U.S. Communists but .gave up
because both sides apparently ignored them, according to newly
disclosed FBI documents.
Called Operation Hoodwink, the program was launched in
October 1966 and ended in July 1968 after the New York FBI office
reported that several disruptive activities were carried out but
"none have produced substantial tangible results."
DETAILS of Operation Hoodwink were disclosed for the first
time in 45 pages of documents which the FBI released to 10
reporters who sought them under the Freedom of Information Act.
Operation Hoodwink was on of 12 FBI counterintelligence pro-

unnecessary further and future
deliveries of military aid to our
people.
"If there is any valid and
noble contribution the United
States can make to the small,
developing countries of Asia,
perhaps it is the development
of the indigenous capabilities of
these nations in order that they
may meet any threat to their
security with honor and dignity.
"IT IS our dream to estab-
lish a country that is self-
reliant . . . so we can with this
same self-reliance say that our
strongest and most dependable
ally is still the United States."
Marcos then declared that he
had no intention of calling on
the United States for troop help.
"We shall defend our own soil
with our own troops," he said,
repeating a sentiment he has
expressed several times since
the collapse of American-backed
regimes in Indochina.
The statement came in the
midst of a Philippine campaign
for a change in the military
aid and security agreements
linked to the U. S. operation of
such major installations as the
13th Air Force headquarters at
Clark Air Base and the 7th
Fleet refitting station at Subic
Bay here. Marcos is also seek-
ing a general assessment of U.
S.-Philippine relations.
THE UNITED States already
has agreed to provide loans of
$16 million for a small-arms
factory developed with the help
of the American firm Colt Inter-
national.

By AP and Reuter
DETROIT - Three New
Jersey Teamsters yesterday
were forcibly taken to a
line-up for 85 minutes of
viewing by a mysterious
government informant to
see if he could identify the
men who abducted ex-
Teamsters Union President
Jimmy lloffa.
After the unnamed wit-
ness studied the trio for an
hour and 25 minutes, the
three men were released
from police custody.
U.S. Atty. Ralph Guy refused
to say whether the witness re-
cognized the three as the men
he claims he saw abduct the
former Teamsters president
last July 20.
Federal authorities said the
results of the line-up would be
forwarded to the federal grand
jury, meeting on the case in
Detroit.
THE THREE Teamsters pre-
viously had been identified by
an unnamed government infor-
mant as the abductors and kill-
ers of Hoffa, authorities have
said.
The secret witness who view-
ed the lineup does not know
the names of the men he saw
abduct Hoffa, the government
said. Robert Ozer, head of the
U. S. Organized Crime Strike
Force in Detroit, said he hop-
ed his witness could corrobor-
ate what the informant said.
The attorney for the three
Teamsters said the lineup was
viewed by three men and two
women.
SALVATORE Briguglio, 47;
his brother, Gabriel, 36; and
38-year-old Thomas Andretta-
all associated with Local 560 in
Union City, N. J. - were ar-
S are
change
for good
cause
By BOB CAMUTO
Wearings red capes and Sea-
son's Greeting smiles, a con-
tingent of 50 University medical
students combed the city yes-
terday and Friday for spare
change-in the name of a good
cause.
The students, as part of the
annual Galens' Christmas drive,
spent about 18 hours each in
the cold to collect money for
the benefit of hospitalized chil-
dren in the Ann Arbor area.

rested earlier Saturday and
then ordered into the lineup.
The arrests on charges of
failing to obey a court order to
appear in the lineup came after
the attorney for the three tried
to bring videotape equipment
into the lineup room.
Government investigators
blocked the attempt, a scuffle
between Salvatore Briguglio
and plainclothes detectives en-
sued and the three were taken
into custody.
GUY TOLD reporters the gov-
ernment then asked U. S. Dis-
trict Court Judge James Chur-
chill to settle the dispute over
the videotape equipment.
Churchill, who last Thursday
ordered the three to appear in
the lineup, ruled in the govern-
ment's favor, Guy said. They

Bus drivers
strike looms
By TIM SCHICK
Last minute negotiations continued early this morning as the
Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AATA) and the Transporta-
tion Employes Union (TEU) worked to beat a 7 a.m. strike dead-
line.
If a contract agreement is not reached by the deadline, the
city's 150 bus drivers will strike, leaving this area with only limit-
ed bus service.
MEMBERS OF THE TEU gathered at the union headquarters
at 202 E. Washington last night to decide on a contract offer.
However, as of press time no vote had been taken, and it was
not known if the AATA had offered the union a new contract
package.
The two sides were reported separated on economic issues
and the non-economic issues of work rules and management rights
and responsibilities.
The old contract, which expires 7 a.m. today was extended
indefinitely on June 30, with a provision that either side could
See AATA, Page 2

were then led into the lineup
room.
Guy said the charges were
later dropped because the line-
up was conducted according to
the court order.' He added
that the grand jury would con-
tinue next week its investiga-
tion into Hoffa's disappear-
ance.
THE THREE men's attorney,
William Bufalino, said his cli-
ents were free to return to New
Jersey.
B u f a l i n o, who objected
throughout the five-hour pro-
cess, said: "This was not a
lineup. This was a stickup."
He also charged that he and
his son were "punched and
beaten" by authorities during
the scuffle between Salvatore
Briguglio and detectives.

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