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Friday, May 10, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven.

Judiciary Committee
off to slow start

(Continued from Page 1)
Evan Davis, in addition to Gar-
rison. St. Clair's assistants were
Malcolm Harris and John Mc-
Cahill.
None of the evidence Doar
was prepared to lay before the
committee as soon as the public
cleared the room was in evi-
dence. A bulging brief case
alongside Davis was not the
celebrated grand jury brief case
that has been turned over to the
committee, aides said.
ALTHOUGH the large, high-
celinged committee room held
about 200 seats, only 10 spec-
tators from the public were ad-
mitted. There were 90 seats for
reporters, an equal number for
guests of the committee mem-
bers, and the rest for television
technicians.
First in line for one of the 10
public seats was Charleen Tre-
finger, of Joppa, Md., who be-
came famous during last sum-
mer's Watergate hearings by
showing up early each day for
a seat at those proceedings.
"I just wont to follow it all
the way through," said Trefin-
ger, who took her place at 9
am. EDT to wait for the com-
mittee doors to open at I p.m.
DOROTHY JOHNSON, who
moved to Washington recently
from Redwood City, Calif., was
next in line, followed by Jan
Linfield of Chicago, in town for
a convention of Americans for
Democratic Action, which has
been actively calling for Nixon's
impeachment since last fall.
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Will start training
for bargaining
May 15 (4-6 p.m.)
If you are interested
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call or visit:
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Michigan League
Tuesday & Thursday
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
665-7174
or
761-9101

Among the last to sqieeze in
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fei-
gen of Jamaica, Le:g Island,
who drove down just to try to
get in.
"It's worth it," said Feigen,
when told the public ,voAd have
only a brief time inside. "It's
something to remember."
Of the five spectatovs ques-
tinned, four favored Nx 's im-
peachmnent. Trefingar said she
was still withholding judgment.
"But there is beginning to be a
trend to my thinking," she
added.
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