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THE SUMMER DAILY-MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine)

Thursday, May 10, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY-MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Television
in review
(cntinused trow Pge' 2)
0 THIS SUNDAY'S outing of
ABC-TV's "Issues and Answers,"
in which the news-interview ser-
iW will offer, in a switch of tone,
a talk with the popular singing
group The Fifth Dimension, who
recently returned from a good-
will tour of Eastern Europe and
Turkey on behalf of the State
Department.
* "The Last King of America,"
a June 6 CBS-TV hour in whicn
Peter Ustinov, in a simulated, im-
provised "interview" with Eric
Sevareid, portrays England's
George III at three critical stages
of his reign during and after the
American revolution." The net-
work says that Sevareid "as-
sumes the view of a colonial jor-
nalist of the Revolutionary per-
iod."
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eprovision
overruledl
Coitinued rom Page i)
gents would soon institute new
residency requirements, and urg-
ed students to apply for in-state
status as soon as possible. The
regulations reportedly include a
one year residency rule instead
of the present six months.
University I a w y e r Roderick
Daane expressed condifence that
the decision would be reversed
on appeal. President Fleming and
Vice President for Academic Af-
fairs Allan Smith both reserved
comment until they see the de-
cision.
Ager made it quite clear in his
opinion that he saw no constitu-
tional bar to differences in in-
state and out-of-state tuition
rates. He wrote, "tn the estab-
lishment and operation of its in-
stitutions of higher education,
Michigan's primary purpose is to
provide opportunity td permanent.
residents of this State.
"MICHIGAN IS NOT in a po-
sition, nor does it have the duty,
to provide opportunity to citizens
of other states on the low cost
tuition basis that it charges in-
state residents."
Final status of the residency
controversy will probably not be
known for months, as appeals
and higher court rulings may
take precedence over yesterday's
decision.

WATERGATE:
Egil Krogh resigns

Continued from Page 1)
Also yesterday, a Justice De-
partment source said FBI ag-
ents and informers infiltrated the
leadership of nearly all the
groups that demonstrated at the
national political conventions in
Miami Beach last summer and
took part in protesters' planning
and policy decisions.
The source said the meetings
at which convention intelligence
reports were discussed included
resigned Atty. Gen. Richard
Kleindienst, Gray and Robert
Mardian, a former top depart-
ment official who was a staff
member of the Committee for the
Re-Election of the President.
THE SPECIAL SENATE Wat-
ergate committee, due to begin
hearings May 17, also is ex-
pected to ask for a copy of the
documents:
Dean, who reportedly told in-
vestigators he can link Nixon to
the coverup of the Watergate
scandal, has been subpoenaed to
appear before the Senate com-
mittee. Sources said the commit-
tee will consider testimonial im-
DAILY OFFICIAL
k BULLETIN
thursiiay, May 10
DAY CALENDAR
women's Forum: Panel from Cont,
Educaiontsr women, Homer Heath
Post grad Med. & Health Profes-
sions Edu.: D. J. watters, lawyer,
"ways of Avoiding Malpractice," She]-
don Rm., Towsley Ctr., noon.
Regents: Public discussion, 2 pm;
public comments, 4 pm.: both in Rae-
gents's Rm., Admin. aldg.
Computing Ctr.: J. Cederguist, "Stor-
age Layout." 413 Phys-Astron., 3 pm.
Physics: C. Surko, Bell Labs., "Light
Scaiteine as a Peabe of Candiensed
Media," 200 Phys-Ation., 3 tim.
American Heritage Night: foods of
Wiliamsburg, Leaet cafeteria, 5 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Until further notice the folowing
operating schedule will be in effect for
the No. Univ. Bldg. Station & the Com-
puting Ctr. Center: 8 am. Mon.-1t0 pm,
Nat; 2 pm.-1:0in. 5Sia. NUBON 0
am.-12 idiight, Mon.-Fri.; 9am-s
pm. Sat.; 2:30-10:30 pm. Sun.

munity for Dean if lie will not
testify freely otherwise.
Ehrlichman and former White
House chief of staff H. R. Halde-
man were at the federal court-
house yesterday to appear before
the Watergate grand jury..
'Editorial'
forged by
2 students-
(Continued fro Page 3)
NAGEY THEN dropped his
feigned satisfaction and declared
that he would take legal action
against Black and Dobbs over the
forgery.
Bl-cr -'S sved visible aloi as
he refs tIo answer any of a
Daily re r's questions aboit
the leaflet. However he did not
refute his confession.
Dobbs, csntacted a short time
titer, tacitly indicated that he
had assisted Black but also re-
fused to answer questions.
DAILY CO-EDITORS Chrito-
pher Parks and Eugene Robinson
branded the phony editorial "an
aitrageo's attempt to aouse and
tramnle the right of free expres-
"Wht Dobbs and lDlack have
dlote is esnecisily di';testing in
view of the fact that they are
both so-Vslled CoImcil refarm ad-
vocates," Robinson continued.
"If either of them have ever
achieved any gains in their esten-
sible efforts to reforn Lk0G2C..this
action negates these ;ains," said
Parks.
BLACK AND DOuBS agreed to
print a new leaflet explaini"g
the forgery, but the second leaf-
let, titled "An Apologj," vas
signed only "Students for a Radi-
cal SGC," a nonexis rent organi
zation.
A Nagey campaign source says
Dobbs felt he was a;ing "for the
good of SGC," but ae and Black
have both refused turther com-
ment on the incident.

SUFI COMMUNITY
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chants, dances and meditations that comprise the
practical aspect of the Sufi Way.
ADNAN MUHAMMED is a Dervish Teacher of Baghdad who
employs those methods developed by the dervishes to heighten
the consciousness and prepare the seeker to receive the "hidden"
knowledge. July 1-31. Cost: $675-Students: $385. For infor-
motion and reservations, contact Center for Human Potential,
120 W. 69 St. New York, 10023 or call 212-965-2765

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