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Page Eight

I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 4, 1976

'~ Pane Etght JHEMCGA ALWensaFbar4,91

Bridge column
(Continued from Page 5)
a small one. West ducked, b u t
declarer had no problem.
There was no way th~ it East'
having made a weak lump over-
call could have a high club hon-
or in addition to the ace-king of
spades. So South, d-1ayed dum-
my's queen, which aeid, a n d
another club. Nothing c o u l d
stop him from taking two club
tricks because East was never
allowed to gain the lead.
IF WEST had been alert, he
would have beaten tne contract
by forcing an entry to his part-
ner's hand. His two discairds on
the spades would have been the
ace-king of clubs! This holds
declarer to one club trick be
cause East's jack must win the
second round of *the suit, allow-
ing him to cash his spades.
South can take )nly eight
tricks because the dsfense wasE
ready for an avoidance playo nd
avoided it.

i

Profs see decline Moynil
of Mitranda ruling from la
(Continued from Page 1) Warning,"' and said that con- - (Continued from Page 1)
"The Supreme Court has let tinued "carving away" of the Sen. Henry Jackson (D-
the lower courts interpret Mi- law could result in its further Wash.), a presidential candidate,
randa narrowly and begrudging- decline. said following Moynihan's resig-I
ly because of the hostile reaction nation Monday that the fiery
toward it," he said. Kamisar However,,- he concedes that U.N. ambassador "typifies the
warned that unless the court Miranda will "never go away." strength and character and in-
rescues the Miranda ruling it dependence of mind which we
will be cut down even further. Kamisar agrees that Miranda except from our public officials
'The Supreme Court has not means less now than it did -abut which the Ford adminis-
come back, it has let the lower when it was conceived ten years tration seems unable to toler-
courts go about their own way," ago, but doubts the decision will ate."
he said. someday become completely ob- Jackson cited as examples the
solete. I firing of former CIA Director
LAW PROF. Douglas Kahn William Colby and former De-
said that Miranda "subordinates "It seems very bad to me that fense Secretary James Schle-
the primary function of the court these eroding interpretations are singer and the resignation of
-overseeing the police." possible," said Kamisar. "I former Labor Secretary John
Kahn sees a discernible under- think further shrinkage is pos- Dunlop. President Ford has ad-1
mining trend in the "Miranda sible, but I doubt an overruling." mitted that deep conflict be-

ian may have quit
ek of govt. support

Dorm briefed
on housing

tween Schlesinger and Kissinger
led to the defense secretary's
ouster.
IN A LETTER to Moynihan
released by the State Depart-
ment, however, Kissinger com-
plimented him for giving the
United States "a good run" in
the United Nations.
"You have changed our ap-
proach in New York as you were
asked to do with a flair that
was totally original," Kissinger
said.
The flamboyant, blunt-spoken
diplomat made no mention of
any friction between himself and
either Ford or Kissinger when
his resignation was announced.
THERE WAS speculation that
some friendly foreign govern-
ments might have passed word
to Kissinger that Western in-,
terests were suffering because'
of Moynihan's tough talk.
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Richard brought a whispering
campaign against Moynihan in-
to the open in a widely reported
speech about the negative re-
sults of 'confrontational" diplo-
macy, but flatly denied any
Foreign Office prompting.
The U.S. chief delegate's re-
lations with many of his U.N.
colleagues have long been little
more than congenial. Yesterday,
polite private tributes were be-
ing paid to him, but with a hint
of relief that he is going.
His appointment will lapse
February 29.
A PRINCIPAL reason for the
19g is that the U.S. holds the
presidency of the Security Coun-
cil this month and it would be
unprecedented for a great
power's ambassador to step
down from that high office.
In the seven months since he
came here, Moynihan, the 13th
permanent U.S. representative
and the briefest to serve since
'former Undersecretary of State
George Ball, has become a,
media superstar.
'The original term of copy-
right endures for 28 years.

By CATHERINE REUTTER
Nearly 100 Markley residents
listened last night to housing
spokesmen discuss the tighten-
ing rental situation in Ann Ar-
bor.Off-Campus Housing Direc-
tor Peter Schoch and Legal Aid
representative M a r t i n Por-
ter answered questions about
the dorm lottery and city apart-
ments.
The University's second an-
nual dorm lottery will be held
next Wednesday to determine
which dorm residents can re-
turn. '"Chances are," said
Schoch, "about half of you will
not be successful."
"I WOULD urge all of you,
not to panic," Schoch added.'
Porter recommended lottery
losers should "start looking as
soon as possible, not in Sep-
tember," since Ann Arbor's
housing market is "pretty
bleak."
Schoch suggested' that stu-
dents should pick up a copy;
of his office's list of landlords'
registered with the University.
The city clerk's office also has
booklets explaining tenants'
rights and outlines housing code
violations for students who be-
lieve their apartments are not
adequately maintained, Porter
said.
Porter also mentioned ten-
ants should "look for Univer-

sity leases. They're probably
the best in town." He estimated
that half of the city's landlords
use it.
THIS YEAR'S' newly' revised
version has been "pruned and
cleaned" Porter said. It con-
tains no clauses which appear
to waive some tenants rights,
such as the right to a jury trial.
These clauses are "uninforci-
ble if not blatantly illegal," he
observed.
"Maintenance in many cases
is horrible", Porter said, "and
rents are much too high." But,
since city apartments had a
.46 vacancy rate last October,
you don't have a lot of
choice."
PORTER mentioned earlier
that "I've heard some of the
landlords are raising their rates
commensurate with the dorm
increases."
When dorm leases are prepar-
ed in March "you are bound to
it .the day you sign it," Schoch
said, "unless you drop out.
Tenants who encounter prob-
lems with their landlords should
contact the University's Media-
ltion Service or consult Legal
Aid. Both have offices in the
Union..
Tenants can also use their
"very important right to with-
hold rent if their landlord
doesn't make needed repairs,"
Porter said.

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When someone drinks too .
much and then drives, it's the
silence that kills. Your silence.
It kills your friends, your
relatives, and people you don't even
know. But they're all people you
could save.
If you knew what to say,
maybe you'd be less quiet. Maybe
fewer people would die.
te What you should say is, "I'll
drive you home." Or, "Let me call a
cab." Or, "Sleep onmy couch
tonight."

Don't hesitate because your
friend may have been drinking only
beer. Beer and wine can be just as'
intoxicating as mixed drinks.
And don't think that black
coffee will make him sober. Black
coffee never made anyone sober.
Maybe it would keep him awake
long enough to have an accident.
But that's about all.
The best way to prevent a
drunk from becoming a dead drunk
is to stop him from driving.
Speak up. Don't let silence
be the last sound he hears.

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calculators. He will also answer any questions you may
have about any of the Hewlett-Packard machines.
ULRICH'S BOKT
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