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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 5, 1974

Page Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 5, 1974

Tape erased,
(continued from Page 1) mally operating machi
strong as to make recovery of
the original conversation vir- "FIVE OR MORE set
tually impossible. operations are involve
"No explanation of the buzz explanation."
section based on malfunction of The panel presented t
the recorder can account for the conclusions as in a pre
entire set of observed data and report on Jan. 18 but
the patterns they form. The them with extensive#
only completely plausible ex- data in a document
planation is one that requires thick-
keyboard operations of a nor-
__________ __t said it was certain
recorder, used by I
N QW says loan Nixon's secretary Ros
Woods in transcribing1
bill weakened 20 tape, was probably
chine on which the era
(continued from Page 3) curred.
and the criminal penalties be- WOODS HAD testifies
cause they believe womenhave cidentally pushed the
consistently been discriminated erase button, at the s
against in attempts to get loans keeping her foot on;
and credits from most banks. while answering her 1
NOW CHARGES that often for four to five minut
women must sign statements that, she said, she not
declaring they will not become a section had been era
pregnant before securing loans Charles Rhyne, Woo
or other forms of credit from yer, tried to stop cour
banks. ance of the report an
They also charge that when tribution with an extens
a couple applies for a loan, the filing, saying it was
woman's income is not as read- tent as evidence aga
ily considered as collateral as client."
the man's earnings. Woods "is complet

experts conclude

ine.
s of such
d in the
the same
liminary
t backed
technical
an inch
that the
President
se Mary
the June
the ma-
asure oc-
d she ac-
record-
me time
a pedal,
telephone
es. After
iced that
sed.
ods' law-
t accept-
d its dis-
sive legal
incompe-
inst our
ely inno-

cent of any wrongdoing of any
kind in connection with the mat-
ter of the 18 -minute gap...,
he said.
In other Watergate-related de-
velopments yesterday:
-Sen. Joseph Montoya (D-
N.M.) disclosed confidential
White House documents that he
said reveal a scheme to reward
friends and punish enemies in
the awarding of federal grants;
-The House Judiciary Com-
mittee heard a recording of
President Nixon ordering then-
Deputy Atty. Gen. Richard
Kleindienst in a "very tough"
telephone call to drop plans to
appeal a court decision favor-
able to the International Tele-
phone and Telegraph Corp.;
-Jeb Stuart Magruder, No. 2
man in the President's re-
election campaign, entered a
minimum security federal pris-
on near Lewisburg, Pa. to be-
gin serving a sentence for con-
spiracy in the Watergate case;
and
--Republican governors' chair-
man Winfield Dunn of Tennes-
see said a landslide victory by
Democrats would result in an
all-powerful Congress run by

rejected presidential contenders,
while his Democratic counter-
part accused Republicans of
mounting a scare campaign
about a so-called "veto-proof"
Congress.
2 Cambodian
2 chiefs killed,
PHNOM PENH () -Cam-
bodia's minister of education
and another high state official
were killed by student gunfire
yesterday in a school building
where they were being held
hostage, Prender Long Boret
said.
Riot police moved in on the
building where high school stu-
dents were holding the two of-
ficials, but Long Boret claimed
the students had killed the two
men before the police interven-
tion and shooting started.
The students had taken the
two men hostage to enforce de-
mands for the release of five
fellow students arrested last
week in a demonstration against
living conditions in Cambodia.

Can anyone do
whatyou do
amy better?
Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you're eating regularly.
But...
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money.Cold hard coin of the reahn
If each of uscaredjutt a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two..By taking more pride in our work
we'llmore than likely see America regaining its
strength inthe competitive worldtradearena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
So you see--the only person who can really
do what you do any better is you.
AmerIca.ftonly works
asmlaswedo.

School board
candidates
argue issues
(continued from Page3)
who is 14 years old, will not
appear on the ballot because he
is not a registered voter and
can't hold office under state
law.
All candidates except conser-
vative George Kolasa and HRP
candidates Mann and Astrid
Beck also indicated support for
the 1.3 school millage increase
on the ballot. The funds are ear-
marked for hiring a full-time
attendance counselor and a cur-
riculum coordinator as well as
providing for maintenance costs.
Republican-backed candidates
Wendy Barhydt, Stanley Bielby
and 'Peter Wright all stressed
the need to hire a coordinator
to help standardize academic
requirements between elemen-
tary and secondary schools.
MODERATE candidates E.
Stevens Binder, William Cash
and Manfred Schmidt also indi-
cated their support for mare
central controls on curriculum.
On another issue, Barhydt
emphasized the need for "firm-
er disciplinary policies. We
can't have a system where stu-
dents are afraid to go to
school."
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