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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 27, 1 376

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Report
details
ae
spying
(Continued from Page 1)
"I DON'T see how one com-
mittee can set a precedent for
the entire Congress," Aspin
said, "that a final report can
be censored by the executive,
that it has to be sent to the
executive for review."
Staff Director Searle Field
told the House committee he did
not know who was leaking sec-
Irets from the committee.
Field 'told the committee it
was possible some administra-
tion official had leaked the sec-
rets in an effort to make it ap-
pear that Congress should not
be trusted in the future with
such information.
NEW YORK (UPI) -- Accord-
ing to the Consumer Product
Safety Commission, some 450,-
000 persons suffered bicycle in-
juries serious enough to require
hosnitalization in 1974.I
The commission has issued
new safety standards for bikes
to take effect in May. Minimum
standards have been set for
steering and braking systems,
frame strength, tire reliability
and seat design. Chain guards,
nonslippedals and night reflec-
tors that will make a bike
visible from all angles also are,
being required.
Skip Brown is one of Wake
Forest's most-feared basketball
players. As a junior last season
he averaged 22.7 point a
game.

Judge issues writs
for landlordpair
A district court judge ordered a bench warrant on two local
landlords after they failed to appear in court yesterday to ans-
wer questions on their assets.
Ron Ferguson and Tony Hoffman, former co-owners of Trony
Associates, balked at a recent subpoena ordering them to ans-
wer questions in relation to a security deposit complaint filed
by nine former Trony tenants.
THE INCIDENT, however, is unrelated Ito the current rent
strike against the management company and its new owner,
Dewey Black.
The bench warrant, which will .probably not be ready until
Wednesday, according to a clerk, gives the police the power 'to
arrest the two landlords.
According to Roger Chard, legal aid lawyer representing the
tenants, Trony filed suit to retain the tenants' security deposit
money after they vacated their Ypsilanti house ,in August, 1974,
claiming the tenants owed the rental agency one month's rent.
The tenants, said the attorney, claimed they did not owe Trony
any rent.
Study finds pot
use not dangerous
NEW YORK (P) - Chronic marijuana use was not found
to be associated with any permanent or irreversible impairment
in higher brain function or intelligence, according to a study of
native Costa Ricans made public yesterday.
A second study of chronic users cast "serious doubt" on a
theory that such use lowers the levels in the blood of the male
sex hormone testosterone, researchers reported.
"DAILY MARIJUANA use for 10 to 28 years in this sample
of men under the age of 50 years did not appear to impair their
ability to function normally" the sex hormone study concluded.
Further, the second study found no evidence of excessive
infections in the chronic users that would suggest any impair-
inept in the body's natural defense mechanisms, as has been
suggested in the past.
The marijuana repnrts were presented at an International
Conference on Chronic Cannabis Use, sponsored by The New
York Academy of Sciences and the National Institute on Drug
Abuse.
The study on brain function, from researchers at the Uni-
versity of Florida and the University of Victoria in Vancouver,
Canada, also gave no support to speculation that there may be
an "amotivational syndrome" among chronic users that is
marked by such things as apathy, confusion or memory defects.
THE STUDY on sex hormones, also from the University of
Florida, tested chronic users in Costa Rica who had used the
drug for at least 10 years for three or more times a week. Dr.
W. J. Coggins reported that the testosterone levels in users were
no different than in the matched controls. The researchers sug-
gested that a tolerance to marijuana could develop after a period

AP Photo

T rapped

This 12-year-old Toronto boy grips a girder as
perch on a bridge over the Humber river. The
bridge when he became too scared to move.

a fireman attempts to coax him down from his
boy and his brother were playing under the
He was removed unharmed.

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Swainson gets 60 days in jail

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DETROIT (UPI) - An Ohio BUT, ADDED Federal Judge
judge eyeing the defendant Carl Rubin of Dayton, he was
standing before him, head suspending all but 60 days of
bowed and eyes glistening with the sentence, which he ordered
emotion, said he thought long Swainson to serve in a mini-
and hard about the judgment mum security prison facility.
he would impose. Riitbon specified the Communf
Then he sentenced former ity Treatment Center in Detroit
Gov. John Swainson to three a half way house, as the place
concurrent jail terms of a year! Swainson will spend his sen-
and a day for lying to a federal tence.
grand jury in Detroit last year. Rubin, who presided at

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CAROLEBKING
THOROUGHBRED

Swainson's trial after all feder-
al judges in Detroit disquali-
fied themselves, said he rea-
lized it was a tragic moment.
"HIS PRESENCE this day in
this court is punishment itself,"
Rubm said.
Asked if he understood the
sentence, Swainson replied in a
low voice, "Yes, your honor."
"I sincerely regret you have
the unhappy duty of passing
sentence," Swainsoin said be-
fore Rubin imposed judgment.
SWAINSON SAID he would
appeal his conviction to the
U. S. 6th Circuit Court of Ap-
peals in Cincinnati and Rubin
allowed him to remain free on
the recognizance bond that left
Swainson free after his Nov. 2

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conviction. of tim
Maryland has won the Atlan-
tic Coast Conference indoor
track title the past 20 years.'

e.
President optimistic
about U.S. economy

George's Place
is still one
of the best
around.
Bowling
at the UNION

(Continued from Page 1)
"Even under the best of cir-
cumstances the return to full
employment cannot realistically
be accomplished this year or
next," they said.
They forecast an unemploy-
ment rate of about 7.3 per cent
by the end of 1976, down from
8.3 per cent in December of
1976.
BUT THE REPORT also con-
tained an upward change in the
peak unemployment rate during
the recession. Instead of a high
of 9.2 per cent in May, unem-
ployment reached a recession
high of 8.9 per cent in May, the
report said.
Chairman Alan Greenspan of
the President's Council of Eco-
nomic Advisers said the jobless
figures were changed as part

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of the regular revision of "sea-
sonal adjustment factors" that
is done every year by the Labor
Department.
Greenspan also told newsmen
that although a return to high
inflation would jeopardize the
recovery from recession, there
is no evidence this is about to
happen.
While Ford has recently show-
ed flexibility in his earlier de-
mands that new tax cuts be tied
to a rigid $395 billion spending
ceiling for fiscal 1977, he indi-
cated he has not retreated very
far.
"If we continue in the years
ahead to pursue the kind of
budgetary restraint which I am
recommending, another major
tax cut will be feasible by 1979,"
he said.

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE
Transcendental Meditation
(TM) Program

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Tonight, Tues., Jan. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Multipurpose Room UGLL
ALSO-
Every Wed. at 12 noon and 8:00 p.m.f
and Every Sunday at 3:00 p.m.
at the offices of the
Students International Meditation Society
1207 PACKARD PHONE 761-8255

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January 28.
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