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Page Ten,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 7, 1t975

Unemployment figures up Sex laws attempt to

(Continued from Page 1)
extremely serious, but that the
May figures suggest "the reces-
sion has reached bottom and
possibly that r e c o ve r y has
started."
Shiskin told the congressional
Joint Economic Committee it
would be some time before un-
employment rates improve and
that further data were needed
"before we can be reasonably
sure that recovery is actually
under way."
This failed to please .Demo-
crats or Republicans on the
committee. They called the un-
employment figures appalling
and criticized President Ford
for vetoing a $5.3 billion emer-
gency jobs bill.
SEN. JACOB JAVITS (R-N.Y.)
said the jobless figures "threat-
en the social fabric of our na-
tionn"
Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-
Minn.), chairman of the com-
mittee, declared that the fig-
ures "clearly indicate the folly"
of the veto and the House's fail-
ure earlier this week to over-
ride it.
'Despite the continued rise in
unemployment, the administra-
tion believes economic recovery
is near and that further meas-
ures to stimulate the economy
would bring new inflation and
higher unemployment.
ADMINISTRATION economic
experts predict unemployment
will peak somewhat above 9 per
cent and hover there for several

months before beginning a grad-
ual decline.
Unemployment is considered
a lagging indicator ,in that it
usually continues rising after
the start of a business upturn
because employers are slow to
Manly seek
(Continued from Page 1)
"I HONESTLY feel his shoes
would be very hard to fill," ac-
knowledged Austin. He added
that a decision on his part to
pursue the nomination "would
take much serious, deliberate
thought."
Rep. Richard VanderVeen, the
first Democratic congressman
elected in President Ford's dis-
trict in nearly 25 years, has
been widely mentioned as a pos-
sible Democratic nominee. An
aide said the 55-year-old rep-
resentative "would be less than
candid as a public official if he
said he was not interested in
the seat." The aide indicated
VanderVeen would seriously
consider withdrawing if either
Kelley or Austin mounted seri-
ous bids for the nomination.
An administrative assistant
to Rep. William Ford acknow-
Charles W. Peale was Amer-
ica's first taxidermist and par-
ticipated in the Revolutionary
War.

rehire laid-off workers.
The last time joblessness rose
above -9 per cent was in 1951
when it averaged 9.9 per cent
for the entire year out of a work,
force of 55.9 million. Monthly
statistics were not kept then.
Senate post
ledged the Taylor, Michigan,
Democrat's name "has been
talked about for some time,"
but was unwilling to speculate
so early in the campaign. He
added, however, that Ford will
not rule out the possibility.
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76-DAILY

ban 'unnatural acts'

(Continued fromP age 3)
Fellatio is also covered in the
new rape law in the category of
sexual penetration.
THERE IS also a law cov-
ering seduction. Any man who
"seduces and debauches an un-
married female" can find them-
selves in jail for five years.
The courts have ruled that an
"unchaste female cannot be the
subject of seduction . . . how-
ever, a woman who has been
seduced before and has reform-
ed can be the subject of seduc-
inon."
There is no law for seducing
a male.
ONE LAW, which can be
traced back to 1897, makes it a
crime to "use indecent, im-
moral, obscene, vulgar or in-
sulting language in the presence
or hearing of any woman or
child." This, in effect, makes
it a crime for a woman to
swear to herself.
In 1923, state voters approved
a referendum authorizing steril-
ization of "defective persons in-
cluding moral degenerates and
sexual perverts." While castra-
tion is not specifically mention-
ed, the law allows any method
to be used which "will most
likely produce the beneficial re-
sults."
Voter - approved law can on-
ly be repealed by constitutional
convention or another referen-
dum.

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THE LIST of sex laws goes
on and on, covering-gross in
decency by males, females and
between males and females.
While the meaning of "gross in-
decency" is not defined in the
statutes, a person can spend
the rest of their life in jail "for
committing or being party to,"
the crime. This includes acts
committed in the privacy of the
home.
Other laws make it crimes:
-for females over the age
of 15 to debauch males under
the age of 15;
-to accost, entice or solicit
a child for immoral purposes;
and
-to entice any female under
the age of 16 to marry.
Similar laws in California
were recently repealed, and
many acts between consenting
adults were legalized. The law
allows private acts of sodomy
and oral acts of intercourse be-
tween homosexuals and hetero-
sexuals.
According to State Represen-
tative Perry Bullard (D-Ann Ar-
bor) many of the Michigan sex
crimes could be changed in the
revised criminal cede, now
awaiting action by the legisla-
ture; however, he added "It
doesn't look like it is going any-
where."
AS A RESULT of the Califor-
nia law, Bullard expects a new
bill dealing with cohabitation,
crimes against nature, and so-
licitation, to be introduced in
the House soon. But he expects
the, bill to have a rough time
in the judiciary committee.
"The committee is currently
interested only in law and or-
der," he said.
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1975 football team will spend
much of its playing time on the
road. The Midshipmen have
only two home games in their
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial
Stadium - Cinnecticuton Sept.
20 and Syracuse on Oct. 11.
Other games include trips to
Washington, D. C., to face the
Air Force on Oct. 4,
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