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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 18, 1998 - 7

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The White
House was rebuffed yesterday in its
request to the House Judiciary
Committee for more time to cross-
examine Independent Counsel Kenneth
Starr at the first Clinton impeachment
hearing.
Committee Chair Henry Hyde (R-Ill.)
*jected a request by Clinton's lawyers to
triple the 30 minutes allotted to them at
tomorrow's hearing for questioning Starr,
Republican committee officials said,
speaking on condition of anonymity.

"The granting of any time to the White
House illustrates our efforts to be fair,"
one official said. "Considering each
member only has five minutes to ques-
tion Starr, granting the White House 30
minutes is more than generous."
Meanwhile, Starr sent the commit-
tee material on Clinton friend Webster
Hubbell, who is under investigation
by the prosecutor for receiving pay-
ments from the president's friends and
supporters.
The independent counsel is investi-

gating whether this was "hush money"
to keep Hubbell from implicating
Clinton in any wrongdoing. The mater-
ial could allow the panel to take the
investigation beyond Clinton's affair
with Monica Lewinsky, though Starr
did not recommend any new grounds
for impeaching the president.
White House counsel Charles Ruff
had written Hyde seeking more time for
questioning Starr. "It is the guiding
principle of our adversarial system that
truth emerges most clearly from the

interplay of direct and cross-examina-
tion."
Hyde met with committee
Republicans yesterday but lawmakers
in the meeting said he did not present an
expanded witness list. Committee
sources have said Hyde has agreed to
additional witnesses beyond Starr and
has worked on a tentative list.
Starr spent the day preparing for his
testimony tomorrow before the com-
mittee by reviewing evidence and con-
ducting mock hearings with his staff.

Former White House Press
Secretary Dee Dee Myers, U.S. Sen.
Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-Tex.) and
Patricia Ireland, president of the
National Organization for Women,
all will participate in the two panel
discussions.
Anthony said there is no doubt
women have come a long way, citing
female cabinet members and
Supreme Court justices as examples
of the new clout women have gained.
"Women have taken a much greater
leadership role in American life,"
Anthony said. "But one can never get
too complacent.
"Perhaps we're not at a full integra-
tion, if you will, of women in elected
politics"
Liz Carpenter, who served as an
aide to former First Lady Lady Bird
Johnson before becoming engrossed
in the fight for the Equal Rights
Amendment, said she hopes to bring
some of the movement's history to

the conference.
"We put women on the political
agenda like they never had been
before,"' Carpenter said.
Anthony said each woman should
bring a unique perspective to ihe
panel, but he anticipates a very inter-
esting view from Dole, who has
played the "more traditional role" in
American politics as a politician's
wife, but also gained stature on her
own merit.
White House correspondent Helen
Thomas, a member of the morning
panel, said the transformations dur-
ing her lifetime have been extraordi-
nary.
Thomas said the impending shuttl4
launch captained by a woman is the
newest in a long list of females"-
achievements.
"The sky is the limit. Well, actually
it's not only the sky, the universe is the
limit," Thomas said.
The conference will commence at 9
a.m. tomorrow.
Tickets are complimentary, but
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of the day today by calling 741-.
2218.

1973 Michigan football team parallels today 's

JOSE BOWL
Continued from Page 1.

And even Ohio State coach Woody Hayes
appeared to concede defeat.
"We knew we had to win this one to go (to the

Michigan.
Things didn't get any easier for the players from
the 1973 team, as they entered the 1974 Ohio State

game with what turned out to be a broken collar- Rose Bowl,)" Hayes said in a post-game interview. game with a perfect record, only to have their
bone. Two late field goal attempts by Wolverine Unfortunately for Michigan, things did not go Pasadena dreams destroyed yet again.
kicker Mike Lantry sailed wide, and the game as planned. In the three seasons that Dennis Franklin played
ended in a 10-10 tie. In a 6-4 vote, Ohio State was elected to repre- quarterback, Michigan compiled a 30-2-1 record,
After the game, both schools expected that sent the conference in the Rose Bowl, leaving the and never went to a bowl game.
Michigan would go to the Rose Bowl based on Big team stunned, and 30 seniors finished with their Now, where 6-5 teams are regularly invited to
Ten precedent. careers one game too soon. participate in the postseason, this statistic is stag-
The schools assumed the conference athletic "They took it out of the hands of the kids and gering.
irectors would vote to deny Ohio State a second put it into the hands of people who I'm not sure Because of the controversy surrounding the
traight Rose Bowl berth, even though the no- had the right motives for what college football was 1973 Rose Bowl vote, changes were made in the
repeat rule no longer existed. supposed to be all about" Hanlon said. Big Ten rules to allow for more teams to partici-
Don Canham, Michigan's Athletic Director at One vote that caused outrage in the state of pate in postseason play.
the time, said he expected to go to the Rose Bowl Michigan was that of Michigan State Athletic "Because of the 1973 team, they allowed teams
"because of the no-repeat rule. I knew it wasn't on Director and Michigan graduate Burt Smith. to go to other bowls, and that started in 1975,"
the books, but the philosophy was there." In a stunning move, Smith voted for Ohio State, Schembechler said. "The 1973 Michigan team
Canham's feelings were shared by Jerry Hanlon, and "eventually lost his job because of it," changed how we selected participants (in bowl
the Michigan offensive line coach in 1973. Canham said. games)."
"We certainly were the dominant team, so it was Coach Bo Schembechler, Canham and Hanlon In 1975 Michigan went to the Orange Bowl. The
a foregone conclusion as we left the field that we all called being voted out of the Rose Bowl their Wolverines have been to a bowl game every year
would go to the Rose Bowl," Hanlon said. biggest football-related disappointment at since.
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