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Saturday, May 16, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

Page Three

Saturday, May 16, 1970THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'U' budget CITIZENS BACK HARVEY:
probe asked EMU curfew lifted

by The Associated Press and College Press Service f ontinued from Page 1)
_ And since last September, three
SACUA members have partici-
SENATE SUPPORTERS of President Nixon searched un- pated in theexecutive officers'
successfully yesterday for a means of heading off restrictions on they have not been involved in the
U.S. actions in Cambodia. final decisions.
Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D-Mon.) accused ad- The minority enrollment dispute
ministration forces of trying to stall a vote on legislation which would in March and April prompted a
cut off funds for American involvement in Cambodia. large number of faculty members,
Republican Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania denied Mans- as well as students, to escalate
field's charge and added that the White House was confident of their efforts to be included in the
success in Cambodia. budget-making process.
"As to whether they can clear up this sanctuary in the Senate," The dispute focused on the ex-
he added, "they are not sure." ecutive officers' position that the
. . . .University budget could provide
NORTH VIETNAMESE AND VIET CONG FORCES launched only enough funds to finance an
increase in black student enroll-
new drives in Cambodia yesterday, west of the invaded sanctuary ment to b ktween five and seven
area, with their main target the militarily outclassed troops of per cent. The Black Action Move-
the new government in Phnom Penh. ment (BAM), and its supporters,
Meanwhile, the tempo stepped up in Laos as U.S. B52s hit supply maintained by reordering budget
depots and trails there. priorities, funds could be found
A town 45 miles northeast of the Cambodian capital was reported to finance a 10 per cent black
to be under heavy attack from North Vietnamese forces. Two Cam- enrollment.
bodian were reported as "missing." Although the 10-day class strike
called by BAM ultimately brought
A STATE DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN revealed yesterday ao t a roievby the adminis-
that some 7,200 American rifles have been sold to the Cambodian black enrollment by the 1973-74
government without prior notification to Congress. academic ysar, many of BAM's
Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-Ark.), chairman of the Senate For- supporters felt the strike would
eign Relations Committee, challenged the Nixon administration's have been unnecessary if students
right to transfer such arms under the Foreign Assistance Act with- and faculty members had been in
out notifying Congress. sthe budget-making process.
"Apparently this ad'ministration does not feel any necessity to Ti etmn a codb
even notify us, not to mention consulting us," Fulbright said. number of Senate Assembly i m-
Meanwhile, another State Department spokesman said the U.S. ing the BAM strike, SACUA pro-
had decided to sell 16 military jets to Argentina and has agreed tent- posed the establishment of a Uni-
atively on the sale of 50 more to other South American countries. versity-wide committee to inves-
tigate budgetary procedures.

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Continued from Page 1)
gent George Stripp, Harvey and
local State Rep. Raymond Smit.
The group unanimously approved
of Harvey's tactics and repeated
cries of "let Doug handle it" were
heard. Smit called Sponberg "the
bestuniversitypresident in the
country" because "he refused to
capitulate to the students' de-
mands."
Some members in the audience
said that they would have 5000
men by Sunday to help Harvey if
he needed any assistance. At that
point, one EMU student asked if
the "mobvrule" that wasabeing
discussed was any worse than the
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student violence. He was shouted
down by one man who said, "JustI
don't protest the American flag!"
Sheriff Harvey said that outside
agitation was involved in the trou-
ble at Eastern. Harvey said that
he had proof that students from
Ann Arbor, Wayne State and the
University of California at Berke-
ley were instrumental in causing
the eruptions at the university.

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Although the motion was tabled,
SACUA was instructed to work out
a concrete proposal which would
more clearly define the role and
make-up of the committee.

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The Mcovern-Hatfiel Amendment
WILL END THE WAR
Some members of the Senate have finally proposed a bill which will end the
war in Southeast Asia this year.
The McGovern-Hatfield Amendment
This amendment will cut off all funds for the continuation of the war after
December 31, 1970. In order for the amendment to pass these senators need
tremendous public support. We have organized a petition and letter writing
campaign which will cover all of Ann Arbor, This type of effort CAN work,
witness the Carswelldefeat.
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
1. Write letters or send telegrams to your senators and Congressman Esch.
Paper and stamps and telegram forms are in the Fishbowl or Diag. Show
your support for the amendment.

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