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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday,;March 5, 1976

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bailey fails in bid
'to ban new evidence

Bayh halts campaign;
Shriver near aittino'

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on some of the
DAILIES because
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By AP and Reuter
SAN FRANCISCO - Patricia
Hearst's defense chalked up one
victory and one defeat yester-
day in a battle over documents
which might link the heiress to
a Sacramento area bank rob-
bery in which a woman was
killed.
Chief defense attorney F. Lee
{Bailey failed in an effort to
throw out all documents seized
from the last hideout of Hearst's
fugitive traveling companions,
William and Emily Harris, on
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the grounds that no properI
search warrant had been made
for its seizure. By The Associated Press
THE DECISION by U.S. Dis- Birch Bayh all but left the
Irict Court Judge Oliver J. Car- crowded Democratic presiden-
ter let stand in evidence the so- tial field yesterday and Sar-'
called "Tania Interview," U.S. gent Shriver said he was con-
Atty. James Browning claims sidering it. Both said their mon-
that manuscript, partly in tercial B o i th at
Hearst's own handwriting shows ey, the crucial commodity that
the heiress was a willing con-fuelsall campaigns, had begun
vert to a revolutionary outlook. to run out.
But Bailey won a ruling that Bayh announced in New York
barred the government from ad- that he is suspending active
mitting any items which might campaigning, a step just short
remind jurors of a bank robbery of withdrawal, because the New
in the Sacramento suburb of Hampshire and Massachusetts
Carmichael, in which a preg-. primaries depleted his treasury
nant mother of four was slain, and his poor showings discour-
Carteragreed that any men- agedhfurther contributions.
tion of Sacramento banks would
"ring bells" in the jurors' SHRIVER, the party's 1972
memories. vice presidential candidate, said
HEARST HAS not been indict- in Chicago that he is short of1
ed in the Carmichael robbery funds and will have to rely on
but has been mentioned in news volunteers in the March 16 Illi-
reports of the investigation. She nois primary rather than a
is standing trial in the robbery! "full-blast media campaign"
of a San Francisco bank. that he can't afford. He said if
But because of potential con- he loses in Illinois, he might
fusion of banks, Carter threw consider the Bayh alternative.
out a hand-drawn diagram an- There was also a new twist to
notated in Hearst's handwriting the Republican race between
which showed apparent plans to President Ford and Ronald
rob another bank in the Cali- Reagan. Following the advice
fornia capital. That bank rob- of some of his conservative ad-
bery never happened. ofisomeohsnervativekad-
Carter, in a middle-of-the- vsers, reagan began attackng
road decision awarding points to Fot' foeg policin reak
each side, gave the government with what politicians like to call
permission to cite a "laundry the 11th Commandment - Thou
list" of instructions on how to shalt not speak ill of other
rob a bank. members of the same party.
The prosecution says that list,
which has Hearst's fingerprints IN A statement released in
on it, helps prove that the Washington and made in Orlan-
heiress had the mind of a cal- do, Fla., where he is cam-
culating bank robber. paigning in preparation for next

Tuesday's Florida primary, East, Soviet duplicity in South-
Reagan said that Ford and Sec- east Asia and Soviet imperial-
retary of State Henry Kissinger ism in south-central Africa?
share the blame for a situation "Despite Mr. Ford's evident
in which "the nation has be- decency, honesty and patrio-
come number two in military tism, he has shown neither .the
power in a world where it is wisdom nor the leadership nec-
dangerous - if not fatal - to essary to halt and reverse the
be second best." diplomatic and military decline
As for detente, Reagan asked: of the United States. That is.
"What has the United States the truth, and even those of us
gotten in return other than So- who like Gerald Ford as a per-
viet beligerence in the Middle; son know it is the truth."
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Ofere dorm leases

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we sent you for THE DAILY?
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WILLIAMS stated spaces were'
found for all women in the draw-
ing who wished to sign leases.
He indicated that all of the men
"except for about seven" were
also allowed to return. Ten fe-
male vacancies still remain inE
Markley.
Williams, who also serves as
Stockwell's Acting Building Di-
rector, added that 30 lottery
participants were turned away
there.
Couzens's Spillane estimates
that 25 or 30 women and ap-
proximately the same number
of men who lost in the housing
lottery were allowed to sign
leases.

"EVERY LOSER should get a
space," Housing Information Di-
rector John Finn said yester-
day. "If they don't mind going
to Oxford or Baits or whatever."
Williams calls the lottery ."a
waste of time," and dislikes
"all of these hassles." How-
ever, he adds, "I still agree
with the. reasons for having it.
With the freshman class grow-
ing each year, while we aren't
creating any new spaces, I think
you'd have to have a drawing."
The ten women's spaces at
Markley will be offered on a
first-come, first-served basis at
9 a.m. today. "If they go, they'll
be gone within an hour," stated
Williams.

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CIA top-secret files
missing after probe

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to 3 P.M.

CIRCULATION D Tj {jfijtBtally
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(Continued from Page 1) files stored at CIA headquar-
problem by a Feb. 25 letter ters" followed two days later.
from Bush stating that "a num- According to Bush's letter,
ber of CIA documents are miss- the documents turned up miss-
ing." Rogovin's letter contain- ing during a Feb. 21 inventory
ing a list of "sensitive classi- I of the committee files conduct-
fied CIA documents missing ed at CIA headquarters in
from House Select Committee Langley, Va., in the presence
of a committee staff member.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY BUSH'S LETTER indicated
Volume LXXXVI, No. 133 that the'documents had disap-
Friday, March 5, 1976 peared prior to their shipment
is edited and managed by students to the agency.
at the University of Michigan. News According to his letter, the
phone 764-0562. Second class postage committee files had been turn-
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ments were missing.

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