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smith, A., almost president

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, December 7, 1978-Page 3
Pair arraigned
for local murde

What do you call a temporary
president-elect? At a meeting
over in the Michigan Student
Assembly's conferenco room in
the Union yesterday, there was a
certain amount of confusion
every time reference was made
to Alla, Smith, the Law School
professor and former University
vice president who will take over
President Robben Fleming's job
next semester for about half a
year. President-elect doesn't
quite work because he won't be in
charge for more than a couple
semesters, and acting-president
is misleading because Fleming is
still in the post. Fow now we
suggest Mr. Smith, simple as it
is,.until the confusion dies down.

Smith

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Playboy ad too raw?
Playboy magazine ran into a road block last week when the
Crimson, Harvard's student newspaper, rejected an ad seeking "a
cross section of women for the upcoming 1979 September issue." The
Crinson editors voted to can the ad because it was "too offensive,"
and violated the paper's policy of "condemning sexism." Meanwhile,
Nancy Gray, business managerhere at the Daily, said if she were
faces with the same situation she would have to see the ad before she
could decide what to do with it. "If it's not offensive it would be unfair
to the public if we didn't run it because they should be aware this type
of opportunity is available. But if the ad were blatantly sexist we
couldn't run it," she said.
Happen ings
FILMS
A-V Services - The Salt Marsh: A Question of Values, andThe
Flooding River, 12:10 p.m., School of Public Health II Aud.
Mediatrics - To Kill a Mockingbird, 7, 9:15 p.m., Michigan Union
Assembly Hall.
Cinema Guild - Rossellini's Open City, 7,9:05 p.m., Old Arch Aud.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op - Hi Mom, 7, 10:20 p.m., Greetings, 8:40
p.m., Angell Hall Aud. A.
Michigan Christian Fellowship - Food for the Hungry People, 7
p.m., Union Ballroom.
Echankar - Eckanker: A Way of Life, 7:30 p.m., Michigan League.
SPEAKERS
Environmental Studies - V. Carroll, "Cultural Anthropology and
the Environment", 3 p.m., 1528 C.C. Little. 1
Geology and Mineralogy - Richard Hay of the University of
California at Berkeley, "Environmental Reconstruction in Olduvai
Gorge," coffee at 3:30 p.m., lecture at 4,4001 C. C. Little.
Math Department 1978 Ziwet Lectures - Enrico Brombieri,
"Ordinary Differential Equations and Irrational Numbers," coffee at
3:30 p.m., lecture at 4,1035 Angell Hall.
CREES/Center for Near East Studies - Alexandre Benningsen of
the University of Chicago, "Islam in the Soviet Union;" 4 p.m., Lane
Hall Commons Room.
Biomedical Materials, Prosthetics Research - Robert Leninger of
the Battle Memorial Lab Oratories, "Blood Surface Interactions:
Effect of Surface Treatment," 7 p.m., Dental School FacultyLAlumni
* Lounge.
Chemistry - R. Schulman, "High Resolution: NMR Studies of
Microorganisms and Mammaliam Cells," 8 p.m., 1300 Chemistry.
Anthropology - James Boom of Cornell University, "The
Exaggeration of Cultures with Examples from Balinese Society and
Malinowski's Books," 8 p.m., Rackham Amphitheater.
PERFORMANCES
Soph Show Preview - Preview of "Pippin," noon, Pendleton Arts
Information Center, Michigan Union.
Script Readings - "New Words," 7:30 p.m., Pendleton Arts
Information Center, Michigan Union.
Guild House - Poetry readings, 7:30 p.m., 802 Monroe.
Back Alley Players - Two one-act plays and poetry readings, 8
p.m., 332 State street.
Soph Show - "Pippin," 8 p.m., Mendelssohn Theater, Michigan
League.
Music School - JazzBand, 8 p.m., Rackham Aud.
Musical Society - Violinist Isaac Stern, 8:30 p.m., Hill Aud.
MEETINGS
Medical Center Bible Study -12:30 p.m., No. F2230 Mott Children's
Hospital.
Reseach Club, Language and Learning - A. H. Urquart,' ELI,
"Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Approaches to Comprehension," 4
p.m., Rackham West Conference Room.
Michigan Economics Society - 5 p.m., 301 Economics.
Greenpeace Ann Arbor - New members welcome, 5:30 p.m.; 4117
Michigan Union.
Campus Weight Watchers - 5:30 p.m., Michigan League
Conference Room.
Treble Glee Club - 6:30 p.m., Pendleton room, Michigan Union.
Hillel - Children of Holocaust Survivors meeting, 7 p.m., 1429 Hill
Street.
Study Abroad - Informational meeting for students interested in
studying in Freiburg, Germany, 7 p.m., 2003 Angell Hall.
' Christian Science Organization - New members welcome, 7:15
p.m., 4304 Michigan Union.
Alcoholics Anonymous - 8:10 p.m., N2815 University Hospital
(Second Level, NPI).
MISCELLANEOUS
Video - Introduction to Video Systems Workshop, 7 p.m., 6 Angell
Hall.
Ford edges Reagan among GOPers
Some are calling it a pre-primary "showdown" while to
some GOP stalwarts it's a case of deja vu. In a test of strength
between Ronald Reagan and former President Ford, George Gallup
polled rank-and-file Republicans across the nation to find out whether
Republicans preferred the ex-California governor and former movie
actor or the ex-president and former Wolverine center. The results?
Jerry edged Ronnie by six percentage points, 48 to 42 per cent. Ford
led Reagan in the Midwest and in the East, while the two split the

southern and western Republicans. Ford also commanded the vote
among college-educated Republicans and Republicans under 30
years of age. But it's a long way to 1980, and the Gallup findings are
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By United Press International
A convicted prostitute and her
boyfriend have been bound over for
trial in the October shotgun slaying of a
cancer research chemist.
The victim, Freeman McMillan, 56,
was shot and killed in his bed Oct. 10
here and his body was carried to the
westerly Detroit suburb of Lincoln
Park and burned with gasoline, police
said.
AT A PRELIMINARY examination
yesterday in 15th District Court, Mar-
del Sue Lozon, 20, and George C.
Jacobs, 27, a native of Louisiana, were
ordered by Judge George Alexander to
appear in Washtenaw County Circuit
Court Dec. 14. The two were denied
bail.
Lozon and Jacobs had lived with the
victim in his $380-a-month town house
apartment, according to testimony at
the hearing.
McMillan was a 31-year employee of
the Parke-Davis pharmaceutical
research division in New Jersey and
Michigan. He was separated from his
wife and moved here two years ago,
police said.
POLICE SAID McMillan was in-
volved in cancer research. Parke-Davis
declined comment.
A friend of the two defendants,
Emannuel )Thompson, testified they
had told him about the slaying.
He testified that Jacobs told him of
going to the apartment with Miss Lozon
and making a sandwich in the down-
stairs kitchen while. Miss Lozon went
upstairs to a bedroom. Thompson said
Jacobs told him he heard a shot and
Miss Lozon ran downstairs.
MCMILLAN WAS reported missing
Oct. 12 after failing to report for work
for two days. By the time the report was
made, his body was found in Lincoln
Park. It took authorities three weeks to
identify it.
The body, badly burned, was found by
a man walking his dog on Oct. 11, police
said. Postive identification was made
through dental records.
Jacobs and Lozon wrote checks on

McMillan's bank account and used his
credit card after his death, police said.
Jacobs was arrested on forgery
charges last month.
SIX DAYS AFTER Jacobs' arrest,
Lozon was arrested on murder charges,
and Jacobs was charged with murder
the next day, Nov. 17. Both have been in
the Washtenaw County Jail since then.
Lozon was arrested on prostitution
charges in 1977, court records show.
She was sentenced in a second
prostitution case just after she was
arrested on the murder charge.
THllE MICHIGA~N I)AIIY
Vole LXXXIX, No. '7
Thursday, December 7, 1978
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