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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 6, 1970

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'RECKLESS SAYS CALIF. REP

-Daly--Ricnard Lee
Egg-in-egg
Local, restraurateur Frank Petropoulos was amazed last night
when he found this rare phenomenon-an egg within an egg.
"I've been in business for 20 years, and I've never seen anything
like this," he commented. University embryologist George Nace
termed the egg-in-egg phenomenon a "remarkably rare occur-
rence."
FRIDAY, AUG. 7 6:00 P.M.
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MODERN IRAN"
Speaker: Professor Alan Luther,p
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House
Manson
WASHINGTON (P) - Rep.
Charles E. Wiggins (R-Calif.)
accused the press yesterday of
"utter and reckless abuse" of its
free press privileges in report-
ing President Nixon's com-
ments on the Charles Manson'
murder trial in California.
However, Democratic Leader
Carl Albert of Oklahoma told
the House the press would have
been derelict if it had not re-
ported Nixon's remarks.
The President, in a Denver
news conference, referred to
Manson as, "guilty, directly or
indirectly, of eight murders."
His press secretary said later he
meant to add the word "alleg-
Manson's attorneys unsuccess-
fully sought a mistrial as a re-
sult of the President's words.
Wiggins, a lawyer, told the
House "the President was wrong
in making that comment b u t
subsequent events have clearly
demonstrated that the Presi-
dent was correct in urging com-
mon sense restraint upon a
sometimes reckless news media."
"The President," Wiggins said,
"spoke to a small group of news-
men a thousand miles from the
Manson trial. He did not say a
word to the jury or anyone else
connected with that trial. But
the press has been veritably

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shouting the words of the Pres-
ident -into the ear of anyone
connected with that trial with-
out letting up, for two days, and
for what purpose?"
Wiggins said the President's.
"error" lay in not recognizing
that "the press would irrespon-
sibly carry his w o r d s to the
courtroom and possibly preju-
dice the accused tiereby."
"It demonstrates an utter and

reckless abuse of the unique
power accorded the media by
the First Amendment," Wiggins
added. "The Los Angeles Times,
has a particularly heavy cross
to bear in this case."
The Los Angeles Times ran
the story with a half page head-
line saying,: "Manson Guilty,
Nixon Declares." Manson subse-
quently showed the paper to the
jury.

U.S. urges Uruguay
to bargain for envoy

By The Associated Press
Piling up large majorities in
the precincts around the Uni-
versity, Mike Stillwagon squeak-
ed by Bruce Neal in Tuesday's
primary and won the right to
face Republican congressman
Marvin Esch in the fall, in the
race for the Second Congres-
sional seat.
Unofficial totals showed Still-
wagon with 9,259 votes to 9,-
112 for N e a 1. In addition to
campus area support, Stillwa-
gon also showed strength in the
city's north-central area and in
Monroe C o u nt y. Washtenaw
County gave Neal a slight 189
vote majority.
Stillwagon attributed his nar-
row victory to the support he
was able to get from the stu-
dents and faculty of Michigan
and Adrian College. The Ann
Arbor resident is thirty years

old and a 1964 graduate of the
University's law school.
In state-wide races, Mrs.
George Romney had a narrow
but conclusive victory o v e r
State Senator Robert Huber in
the Republican Senatorial pri-
mary. Mrs. Romney will n o w
face Democratic Senator Philip
Hart, who was unopposed in the
November election.
Meanwhile final returns gave
Sander Levin a decisive victory
in the Democratic gubernatorial
race. In the four way race Lev-
in was able to garner over 50
per cent of t h e vote. Zolton
Ferency was second trailed by
George Parris and State Rep.
George F. Montgomery respec-
tively.
Levin will face Governor Wil-
liam Milliken in the fall.
Milliken handily defeated
publisher James Turner Tues-
day.

HUBER CONCEDES TO ROI

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (P)
- The U.S. and Brazilian gov-
ernments- are pressing Presi-
dent Jorge Pacheco Areco to ne-
gotiate with the guerrillas who
kidnapped an American official
and a Brazilian diplomat last
Friday, informed sources said
today.
Following the kidnapping Fri-
day of Dan A. Mitrione, a U.S.
adviser to the Uruguayan po-
lice, and Brazilian Consul Aloy-
sio Mares Dias Gomide, Pache-
co Areco declared he would nev-
er "negotiate with criminals."

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spokesman indicated this stand
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American and Brazilian embas-
sies were urging that overtures
be made to the Tupamaro reb-
els who seized the two men.
As ransom for the kidnap-
ed foreigners, t h e Tupamaros
demanded the release and safe
conduct abroad of all political
prisoners, estimated to number
about 150. In reply, the govern-
ment said Monday that it con-
sidered imprisoned Tupamaros
"common criminals," not polit-
ical prisoners.
Two members of the opposi-
tion Nationalist party introduc-
ed a bill Tuesday in Congress to
amnesty all political prisoners
in Uruguay. But several law-
makers gave the bill 'no chance
of passage because Congress is
controlled by the president's
Colorado party.
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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Day Calendar
Thursday, August 6
(CIC) & Center for So. &WSoutheast
Asian Studies Lect. - Dr. W. Tsune-
shi, Lib. of Congress in the Develop-
ment of Resources and Bibliographical
Controls for Asian Studies", 200 Lane
Hall, 3 p.m.
Mental Health Res. Inst. Lect. - Dr.
B. McEwen, Rockefeller U., "Interac-
tion of Steroid Hormones with t he
Limbic System of the Rat Brain", 1057
M. R. I., 3:45 p.m.
Botany Lecturt Dr. R Cellartus,
"Photosynthesis. 1139 Nat. St. Bldg.,
4:15 p.m.
Internat'l Center Tea: 603 E. Madi-
son St., 4:30 p.m.
Audio-Visual Center Films: Pas de De-
ux - Ski the Outer Limits - Occur-
ence at Owl Creek Bridge & Why Man
Creates: Multipurpose Rm., Undergrad.
Lib., 7 p~m.
(CIC) & Center for So. & Southeast
Asian Studies: Lectures on Change &
Persistence of Tradition in India: A.
Ramanujan, Chicago, "The Interior
Landscape: T h e Poetic Tradition in
Classical Tamil": Rackham Amph., 8
p.m.
Dept. of Speech - Michigan Reper-
tory '70: A Day in the Death of Joe
Egg: Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 8
p.m.
University Symphony Band: W. Rev-
ei1 & guest directors, ill Aud., 8 p.m.
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