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July 26, 1973 - Image 10

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THE SUMMER DAILY

Thursday, July 26, 1973
U.S. bombing illegal
(continued from Page3) certain terns that that's not the
of Appeals extends the stay, the way an American President
bombing has to stop this week- acts."
end. Judd wrote, "What is involved
"Second, in a more important in this case is not the training or
sense, it is judicial recognition tactics of American forces, but
that the President simply cannot whether Congress has authorized
commit forces to combat with- the Cambodian bombing. That
out congressional approval. It's question is capable of judicial
the judiciary telling him in no un- resolution .
New schoo okayed
(contin s"ed fr o-m ae5) MEMBERS OF THE audience
school could be svith only one had diverse opinions as to the
summer's preparatios. school's effectiveness in deter-
David Aherdeen, the author of ring further violence.
the prapasal, admitted that the One parent termed the school
planning had been "short cir- "a welcome return to respect
cuited to an extent that is d- and discipline," while another
gerous." blasted the proposal as "Ann Ar-
Trustee C I a r e n c e t bkes hor's greatest shame."
charged that Porley was "ct- The board will immediately
plainsitg and demissndin r's c bugin accepting sspplicitions for
detailed usiterial so that <nc the directorship The director
say ssipptrlt her tre-Jetermiisd nrsst have a aster's degree it
negatise vste." The sitemnesit special education or a related
swas greeted with Iud b iisfrom field
the audiesce and Trustee War-ne- THE DIRECTOR MUST be a
qusickly ads ised Dukes, " Ion't "realistic individual, not a bleed-
resp)id t> the audience." ing heart," Warner declared.
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The irony of it all
President Nixon shakes hands with former Democratic presidential candidate George -McGovern last
night as the two met in a receiving line at the Iranian Embassy in Washington, D.C. Thomas Eagle-
ton, McGovern's running mate last year for a glorious 10 days, stands in the background with his
shoulder to the camera.

REGENTS' VOTE:
'U*' to hike tuition
(ion oni t s c )i by inflation and salary increases,
SPECIFICALLY, the high court would have been necessary even
invalidated the statute requiring . without the change in residency
that non-resident students spend requirements.
six months in Michigan while "It's hard to tell whether all
taking no sore than three credit this will be greeted with any en-
hours of classes to qnisalify for in- thusiasn," Smith commented last
state fees night. ,
rhe Regelt u soon passed a new "YoU know, we don't like to do
set of tighter residency rules
bst Smith esutii..ted that the rui- this,' he mused, 'but we really
ing would still cost the Univer- didn't have msuch choice."
city an approximate $2.5 million.
The Daily's sources said the
new boost will absorb that loss

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taken in the spring and fall hunts
in California in 1972, says the
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