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January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…NUCLEAR RISK, See Editorial Page C I I 4c 5kPA6 Dztit1; LA CKLUSTER' High--45 Law--35 See Today for details Eighty-Three Years of Editorial Freedom Vol LXXXIV, No. 97 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, January 26, 1974 Ten Cents Eight Pages POSSIBLE DECREASE TO DEC. 1 LE VELS - i FYOUSEE NE wS PPEMCALL r yAy 'Trickster' Stephenson The members of the Blue Ribbon Citizen's Commission on Rent Control are hopping mad at Mayor James Steph- ens...…

January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, ;January 26, 1974 F_ Satuday 2.Jnuay 26197 W. Somerset Maugham: Anti-Solzhenitsyn drive mounts 100 .-years of Editor's note: Former Reuters Editor Ranald Mac- Lurktin writes about W. Somerset Maugham on the 100th anniversary of the renowned author's birth. By RANALD MACLURKIN LONDON (Reuter) - Was he a literary genius or only a second-rate popular writer? Will his works survive or soon be forgotten...…

January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…TiE MICHIGAN DAILY Dispute plagues Israeli restricts liberties, BUENOS AIRES, (Reuter) - Argentine President Juan Peron was granted yesterday the extra powers he had demanded to com- bat urban guerrillas. Congress over - rode leftwing objections that the new laws could be used to stifle all forms of political op- position. After an all-night debate the Chamber of Deputies approved a series of reforms to the penal code which had already been...…

January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

…Pag Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, January 26, 1974 ,,, P 9R ,. Nuclea By MARY SINCLAIR NCLEAR POWER is "the biggest single risk that any civilization has ever taken." These are the words of Sen. Howard Baker, (R.Tenn.), who appeared in a recent ABC-TV documentary on nuclear power. This statement accurately describes the real and incredible dimensions of the health and safety issues for human life and for the whole future of the planet...…

January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

…Saturday, January 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Saturday, January 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY 'Dillon' recollected by On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court declared that a pregnant woman may decide the fate of her unborn child. To those who favor legalized abortion, the schismatic debate had finally come to an end. But on January 20, 1974, nearly a year after that momentous ruling, over .1,000 people gathered on Kennedy Square...…

January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, January 26, 1974 __ _ . . _ ... .:..._.:_.r r 11 /'. \ . i A -,Rqm .WA.- - < :::; I 11 r.i 71 get the job done I~ - :. i .. ... :...r..r... V 77777 F FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY f r FOR RENT 1 BDRM. In a 4-bdrm. apt. 668-6032. 64029 DO YOU want to grow your own food next summer? Now is the time to order seeds, chicks, ducklings, and all the oth...…

January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY lop By FRANK LONGO "We just didn't react.", Michigan hockey coach Dan Farrell summed it up best. Last, night Minnesota's Golden Gophers skated around and through the Wolverine icers for much of the game en route to a 4-2 victory at Yost Ice Arena. Except for brief spurts in the second period, Michigan just could not keep up with the faster Gophers, who hold down third, place in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. "We...…

January 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 97) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday,, Jam iuary 26, 1974 [HE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, Jan ucry 26, 1974 Defense r. ".I .. Dept. announces modernized nuclear policy WASHINGTON (Reuter) - The United States is on the way to evolving a modern nuclear strat- egy based not on the killing of millions of city dwellers, but on limited s t r i k e s at military targets. This significant change in over- all nuclear doctrine came into being last summer...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…SIMON KEEPS NIXON TRADITION See editorial page t ~IAit&P POLAR See Today for details Eighty-Three Years of Editorial Freedom Vol. LXXXI V, No. 123 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, February 26, 1974 Ten Cents Twelve Pages I I J /I Boycott decision delayed The University Housing Council has postponed its decision for a dorm-wide grape boycott for two weeks to allow those persons opposing the boycott to bring in Teamster and other speake...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I uesday, February 26, 1914 1 Wh d wydoes a-man join ,Maryknoll? There are probably as many answers and power to an excessive degree. as there are individual Maryknoll Oathers look to learn from peoples priests and Brothers. Some men are who have grown up with a different deeply moved',-when they hear of mentality than that which is theirs. babies dying in their mother's arms All feel that the only solution to the because ...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

…THE -MI-CHIGAN DAILY Page Three THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1'age Three Hearst $4 million food ransom By AP and UPI HILLSBOROUGH, Calif. - The massive food giveaway program aimed at obtaining the release of kidnaped Patricia Hearst -is being delayed for at least two days because of supply prob- lems, a spokesperson said yester- day. "Since high-quality food as out- lined in the SLA demands cannot be purchased by tomorrow," the spokesperson said, "w...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

…ardiere: The genera By PAUL O'DONNELL PRO-MILITARISTS AND - .domino-- t h e o r y spouters often attribute' draft resistance .and pacifist attitudes' to lack of courage: "He isn't man enough to lay his life down for his country," is a typical comment of the, "John Wayne" mentality. Even the, draft-resister who is willing to spend years in prison for his convictions does not necessarily convince "John Wayne" types of his courage: the words "H...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

…1974% THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five 1 97'~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~'age Five Trio disappoints Beethoven fans By BOB SCHETTER Roumanian Piano Trio, Friday, Feb. 22, 1974, Rackham Aud. All Beethoven Program:. Trio. Op. 1, No. 3, in C minor; Trio Op. 70, No. 1, in D major; and Trio Op. 97 ("The Archduke"),din B- flat minor. Those souls who trudged to Rackham Auditorium this Fri- day to hear the Roumanian Trioe wer given disappointing rendi- tion...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday; February 26, 1974 ,. --- -- - _r Daily lassi~f ieds FOR RENT FALL RESERVATIONS are now being SUBLET SHAYLE huge, clean, friendly house on Qath.,erine. Part or all summer. Vege-4 table garden, 2 kitchens. Low rent, negotiable. Judy or Terry. 665-0825. dU227 WANTED T4 RENT-_ HELP WANTED TICKETS GRILL CARE and very light housework. WANTED: Ticket(s) to yes concert, $2/b~r. Wednesday afternoons. Also oc-! Wed, F...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…THEWICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Strange happenings Luce seeks concern plague grad library for Viet prisoners Commission studies DID YOU KNOW? LSI4 requirements By ROB MEACHTJM Late last night five city fire engines responded to an apparent false alarm at the graduate library. The building was not evacuated despite the potential danger to all the persons inside, and library officials had little to say about the whole matter. According to the l...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

…TUe day, February 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tue3cioy, February 26, 1974 F, I Home means in Alaska new life man for Kansas IN THE BROOKS RANGE, Alaska - - Spencer Linderman likes "being warm, dry, and having a full belly." But the life he has chosen does not always provide these amenities. Linder- man, who grew up in Kansas, has aban- doned the hubub of the "lower 48" for the wilds of Alaska. He lives in a cabin...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY rage iv ne THE MICHIGAN DAILY rage r~trie BUSINESS BY CANDLELIGHT British suffer energy austerity By JULIE FLINT LONDON () - Pip George, a senior lawyer in a large chemi- cal firm, groped into his dark- ened office at 7:30 a.m. and col- lected a large red candle to light his way upstairs. "One more candle and you'll look like Liberace," called a bleary-eyed colleague, one of many white-collar workers slog- ging six and s...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

… HEN I UAN DAILY Tuesday, February 26, .974 soundtrack by The Sufi Choir Y'. n nanc- Ma(men hope to repeat as conference champs A film journey with teachers like Baba Ram bass (Mwthor of Be Here Now) Swami S6tchidananda, Yogi Bhajan, Roshi Suiuki of Tas- sajara Zen Center, La ma Govinda, Sufi Samuel Lewis, S teve Gaskin, Pir Vlayat Khan and many others. thru the U.S., India Israel and Nepal with their studnts and di- sciples. presented ...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven Gymnasts nip By LEBA HERTZ Despite the absence of J. P. Bouchard and an injury to Jean Gagnon, the Mich- igan gymnastics team pulled an upset over nationally ranked Penn State last night in Crisler Arena by a score of 161.05 to 160.2. Gagnon, who was ob- viously hurting from the start, scratched from the last three events. Coach Newt Loken excitedly com- mented on the victory, ...…

February 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 123) • Page Image 12

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March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…TIME TO END SPORTS SEXISM Y L , t ia &t)it NUMBING High-35 Low-20 See Today for details See Editorial Page Eighty-Four Years of Editorial Freedom Vol. LXXXIV, No. 139 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, March 26, 1974 Ten Cents Eight Pages , , _ } .. «YUsee PES RaPPE CALL'X&DALY Organizations meeting The first Student Organizations Forum will meet to- night to discuss the rights, services, responsibilities and proposals for regulation of ...…

March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY PaeTwoTEMCI AL SACUA Action on 1a 0 ~hat .HRP hasn't done .an tit x 9i i 1 4,uf considers anti-rape royalty regulation By TED HARTZELL A faculty trio reported to the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA) yes- tterday that a new University-wide rule regulating royalties received by professors from assigning their own books to their classes was not needed. iThestudy, conducted by Philoso- ph...…

March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Viet officials to be tried for smuggling Live in a Language House Next Year! SAIGON (Reuter) - South Vietnam yesterday broke a pro- longed silence over a smuggling case involving senior army, po- lice and government officials with a statement saying at least 51 officers and civilians would be tried on charges of sabotaging the national economy. T Assistant Defense Minister Ton ...…

March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 4

…./ ISLE66W s smP ~i .-tE Ht~~ e 64at asE MAI t4NocgN": QED WIS U JJVIARV /COMMI'1ME: M R 6HSALLOCEY OURcJo Am wi5A4r. w,-*w A mo w o P~:FoR -6PIAL3. No13-re 'f4EL4r or DAY'....v Onward Wyc liffe so ldiers .. . ,.4"1 pAR.'I. y 9 4, 7>\ t f ti r. a ," ., 4 Ar, 17ays d" ;c ~ 0 , ;:L , 5 By DAVID STOLL I TNDER THE DIRECTION of Uni- versity Professor K e n n e t h Pike, the Summer Institute of Lin- guistics (SIL) has achieved a re- putat...…

March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 5

…Tuesday, March 26, 1974 Music of Gay 90's featured in benefit THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Dutch master Brueggen displays {} enchantingL' form on recorder By TONY CECERE A venture into a church to at- tend a benefit concert for the or- gan fund is usually not one of my favorite pastimes. But last Sunday evening when William Bolcom and Joan Morris performed songs of the Gay Nine- ties and the Naughtie Aughties for the First Unitarian Church...…

March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, March 26, 1974 _. I Ills 11 111 I get the job donej TRANSPORTATION RIDE NEEDED to MIAMI April 14-22. Share expenses. 761-3461. 87G27 PERSON TO DRIVE Vega to D.C. end March. 668-7929. 52G27 ROOMMATES MAY-AUG., modern, 2-bdrm. apt. A/C, negot. 994-0475 eves. 27Y31 HELP WANTED i r S --- --------- -- . mmmom FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 -10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday ew. . F PERSONAL THE COM...…

March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 7

…Tuesday, March 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven a Tuesday, March 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Wolfpack From Wire Service Reports finals and came sky high into last GREENSBORO-Hometown idol night's finals. G David Thompson led irrepressible: North Carolina State to its first NCAA collegiate basketball title' as the Wolfpack throttled Mar-' quette 76-64 last night.I The victory before 15,752 fans at the Greensboro Coliseu...…

March 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 139) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, March: RSecond ward race: Changes? that the state Attorney General's office read the proposal and failed to find it unconstitutional. come citizens". IKozachenko favors graduated income tax v man backs a flat rate. a steeply while Rich- IN RESPONSE to the rapid rise "Although a graduated income in burglaries and rape in the city, tax would be more equitable," Kozachenko endorses police foot comments Richman, "th...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…MchiganDaily Vol. LXXXIV, No. 35-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, June 26, 1974 Newsreel, New Morning funds linked By DAVID BLOMQUIST The Friends of Newsreel student film group apparently lied when it told the Student Organiza- tions Board of Student Government Council that Newsreel and the New Morning Media Collective are "financially independent." A Daily investigation has found that Newsreel has evidently been lending considerable monet...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…THE &t f~46l a new improvised musical revue. conceived & directed by ALLAN ALBERT managing director DREW'SPARKS starring the cast of BOSTON'S longest running showr THE PROPOSITION june 6 - august 10 THE RUBAIYAT 102 s. first st.,ann arbor wednesdays & thursdays -9:30 fridays-9:30 & 11:30 saturdays-"10: 00 With disner Wed.Thurs., and Fri.-$1,04 rSdt.-ti1.50 (Ivirral Adm iion Wd. cod Thur.-$1.50; 5Fri. and fiat.-$2.0 The Summer Repertory The- a...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…Wednesday, June 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Newspapers need not offer reply space, High Ct. rules WASHINGTON ;P - Newspapers can- not be required to give free space to political candidates to reply to editorial attacks, the Sttpreme Court rtled unani- moutisly yesterday. In one of five decisions affecting free- lom of speech and the press, the court struck down a 61-year-old Florida law challenged by the Miami Herald and ether n...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…NQ(ON aUrz KAjLUHowAW MrG Women's money for women's needs By ANDREA SACHS MOST PEOPLE suport their life styles with an array of credit devices, including charge cards, loans, time payments, and mortgages, with barely a second thought. In this "credit society", however, women, already handicapped financ- ially by job and wage discrimination, are fur- ther hampered by credit discrimination. A variety of myths regarding the financial hab- its o...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 5

…Wveanesaoy, June LZ, li' ItH MitHIUAND AILY to ZYz eerg WCBN to begin summer ZaAzzwuzoo Revue' brings r broadcasting on July 1 4 vaudevile to East Quad At nJon onuulyl1, the Campus director. Bssiesinue pir Nr k B, ,,nw- By DAVID WARREN Come to the small nation of Zazzuzoo, where happy natives will prance about in their lavish costumes tonight through Satur- day at East Quad Auditorium through the auspices of the Summer Repertory Theatre. Za- ...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 6

…Mariposa Festiva: Eskimo drums and r4 By MARNIE HEYN THE EXPERIENCE of Mariposa begins in a lot of diverse places. For some it starts when they clear the boarding area and climb on a big airplane. Others stand by the highway in the sun and wind, packs on backs and instruments in hand, with their right thumbs extended at awkward angles, trying to look respectable. We began our festival by tucking the five of us and our gear into a Hornet hat...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 7

…Wednesday, June 26, 1974 ;time horn sten to on the begun. When of lodging, it ad taken our 1 the wrong d the wrong o worry: they else. on the eleva- sen doors, the ut to be the ng room in the sacy. detoured to a sme cheap air eat at the Viet y's Globe and eek wet streak th fear in our eks, we started ariposa crowd . Hundreds of d colors waited transported to nown folk fes- the demise of larbour on the as Rennie, in a behind and Damelot of ac...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 8

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June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 9

…Page Nine vv eun esOy, Jdune'26, 197'4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Daily Classlifieds PETS AND SUPPLIES AQUARIUM - 20 gal. O'Dell. All glass hodheatertfiter. $30110. Call'761-3000. dT BUSINESS SERVICES MOVING & HAULING Experienced,. reaonable. 971-4585 etens. 20J TYFING OF roarts, dissertations, letters, etc. Fast. accutrate, neat stark. S0c/page. 761-2262. 1aJ626 SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - Bath 5s6x4" mateeials anal labor, $18. Call 483-4615. cJtr I...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 10

…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 26, 1974 Page Ten THE MICI-fIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 26, 1974 I Moe Why PyMr? W yPay Mre W y ay ora W y ay e h I I I 1-STO P -SHOPPERS, SPECIALS Prices Good thru Sat., June 29, 1974. Meijer Reserves the Right to Limit Quantities According to Specified Limits. No Sales to Dealers, Institutions, or Distributors. SPRINGCREST PANTY- HOSE Four sizes for better fit: Petite, Medium, Medium-Tall...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 11

…I 11 'V I W i' I M YY (Continued from Pagel) In January, despite the fact that it had no cash reserve, New Morning began to publish the weekly Free Press-a pro- ject which appears to have been a money-losing enterprise. The first issue of the Free Press, for example, contained roughly 85 column inches of ad- vertising-not including several presumably "dead," or free, ads for New Morning activities. AT THE FREE Press' highest ad rate, this wou...…

June 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 35) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve THE MICHGAN DAIL Wednesday, June 26, 1974 Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 26, 1974 Lolich shuts off Orioles Solid Tag Chicago White Sox third baseman Ron Santo tags out and then falls on top of Kansas City's Jim Wolford as Wolford tried to steal third in last night's action. Trac0k and wrestling Michigan aily acquire new coaches ANN ARBOR (UPI)-Univer- Sports sity of Michigan Athletic Direc- ,t 2-0 BALTIMORE (M...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…THE Michigan Daily Vol. LXXXIV, No. 49-S Ann Arbor, Michign-Friday, July 26, 1974 Ten Cents Twelve Poges Court rejects cross district busing plan 5-4 vote repudiates Roth scheme Facing the facts Just before the afternoon session yesterday of the House Judiciary Committee's d e b ate on impeachment, Rep. Jack Brooks (D-Texas) catches up on the news. The committee finished its opening round of debate last night and will begin voting on article...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…U 'a er re lat an ar no In the news this morning eral morning ultimatum deadlines passed without incident, authorities said. Guards arm- WASHINGTON - The House passed a fed- ed with rifles and shotguns ringed the brick -astipTmining eamatouseiaseda fortress while prison system authorities pre- al strip mining reclamation bill yesterday red to send in more arms and ammunition quiring the restoration of most newly-mined dead o ed intmorenarm s...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…Fridays July 26, 1974' THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three House unit draws near vote WASHINGTON (W - The House Judi- ciary Committee completed last night the opening round in its landmark im- peachment debate, an exchange which signaled an almost certain recommenda- tion that Richard Nixon be removed from the presidency. One by one, hour after hour, the 38 members delivered their formal speech- es in a presidential impeachment pro- ceeding that...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 4

…Oh...the good old days: with the V.V.W. in D.C. Michan Daily Edited and managed by Students at the University of Michigan Friday, July 26, 1974, News Phone: 764-0552 Pb hi 1tf1 res'*e CONGRATULATIONS, Mr. President, again you have managed to pull your your political chestnuts out of the fire-for the moment. White House Counsel' James St. Clair made a wise move Monday night by promptly responding to the Su- preme Court's unanimous "Hand over t...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 5

…Friday, July 26, 1974 THE MCHIGAN DAILY cinemo weekend Page Five Pick of the week: Darling Friends of Newsreel, MLB Fri., Sat., 7 Darling is a 1965 British film that has got to be seen to be believed. Julie Christie receiv- ed an Academy Award for her portrayal of the young and swinging London model who sleeps her way to the pinnacle of sucecss, only to have the price of the laundry bill topple her over so the end. Directed by John Schlesi...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE ICHIGN DAILY Friday, July 26, 1974 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 26, 1974 [ FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 -10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday I fi i FOR RENT CAMPUS-Large furnihed romsa on Oakland. Apply now for Sept. lease, No pets. Days 434-0140; after 8 p.m. 973-1744. 32CS01 1 OR 2 MEN NEEDED to fill four- man apartment for fall. Beautiful, modern, furnished, two -bedroom, great location at State a...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 7

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July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight THEMCHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 26, 1974 PaeEgtTEMCHGNDIYFiay uy2,17 Nixon (Continued from Page 3) He received applause when he said, "We are not going to re- sort to therdiscredited patent medicine of wage and price con- trols. To return to controls now for temporary relief would only create new distortions and thus intensify our long-term diffi- culties." THE NIXON administration had imposed wage and price controls in an effort ...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 9

…Friday, July 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Friday, July 26, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Senate panel begins city youth home probe Center 'staff' questionable By JEFF DAY special To The Daily WASHINGTON - The federal agency which is paying the. medical costs for about two- thirds of the patients at the University Center is cutting off all funding to the facility within a month, it was announced yes- terday. The announcement ...…

July 26, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 49) • Page Image 10

…Page e THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 26, 1974 Fund raising. issue draws debate (Continued from Page 3) the regulations, non-University who use University facilities to groups are also charged sig- "deposit all funds and hold nificantly higher rates for use their accounts with the Univer- of facilities than student or fac- sity" ulty organizations. The regulations are aimed at IF ANY such group decides preventing the use of funds for to ...…

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