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Sweetest Day is
October 21.
Send roses to the
man you love.

Page 8-,Saturday, October 21, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Ypsi sfuoting suspect of
patient in. We can't take problems that her meeting with Hardesty last winter.
are specifically drug related, in accor- "He seemed strange. My interpretation
dance with the Mental Health Code," was that he was nervous and a bad in-
Kenzie added. terview. But after listening to. the
Hardesty's behavior in the past has psychiatrist who observed Billy, we
been described as. "unbalanced" by decided that it was inappropriate to use
those who have met him. Linda Wright- a person who had a multitude of other
Avery, television reporter for WXYZ- problems to illustrate the problem of
TV in Detroit, planned to use Har-, dyslexia."
destyas a case study for a report on POLICE SAID that Hardesty's ram-
dyslexia. Dylexia is a learning impair- page began in Ypsilanti shortly after 2
ment with which Hardesty was said to a.m. Thursday morning. He allegedly
have suffered. His behavior, however, shot Timothy Schofield, 21, of
and a psychiatrist's opinion that he was Belleville, and Troy Curry, 28, of Can-
disturbed, forced cancellation of the ton, in the parking lot of Abigail's Dirty
report. Shame Saloon.
"Billy seemed to me like a nervous, About two hours later, Daniel Wood,
mixed up kid," Wright-Avery said of Hardesty's ex-wife's brother, was shot

critical list
and killed inside the Stiles Wood Cor-
poration ,shop where he was working.
Bobby Baker, 26, of Westland, and
Tommie Lee Brown, of Tecumseh,
were wounded in the gunfire. Brown
was listed in serious condition at St.
Joseph's' Hospital yesterday, while
Baker was in fair condition.
Hardesty reportedly knew all of the
victims.
Police arrived at Hardesty's home in
Van Buren Township at about 7:30
a.m,, and returned gunfire when Har-
desty shot at them,, they reported
During the gun battle Hardesty was hit
by a shotgun blast, and was taken into
custody by State Police officers.

Profs who blocked
Samoff tenure listed

Voters favor 8 ballot proposals

0 I ┬žEWSUPI - A new poll shows that
Michigan voters favor by a substantial
flowersmargin two of the tax reform proposals
appearing on the Nov. 7 ballot.
Nielsen's Flowers & Greenhouse 994-6112 Although a third tax-related amen-
Nielsen's of Briarwood 769-6361 dment -- the so-called school voucher
plan - was favored, the margin was
slim.
LSEI fcademic-
Judiciary Interviews
* Sunday, October 2Z
* Sign-up sheet at 4001 LSA*
*Student Government Office, Michigan Union,*

1 1 _ _

MEANWHILE, U.S. District Court
Judge Noel Fox denied a request for a
preliminary, injunction filed by attor-
ney Zolton Ferency on behalf of the
Michigan Education Association and
the city of Detroit that would have
prohibited the public from voting on the
two measures,
The Detroit News, WJBK-TV
"Michigan Poll," conducted by Market
Opinion Research, showed that a
representative sample of 800 voters
cast majority votes in favor of Proposal
E, the Headlee amendment, and,
Proposal J, the Tisch amendment.
The poll showed that 68 per cent of
those queried favored Proposal E while
15 per cent were opposed and 17 per
cent undecided. When questioned about
Proposal J, 57 per cent favored the
measure, 21 per cent were opposed and

22 were undecided.
REGARDING' Proposal H, the
voucher proposal, 41 per cent of the 800
polled said they supported the measure,
40 per cent said they did not and 19 per
cent said they had not yet decided.
Regarding the other eight proposals
appearing on next month's ballot, the
"Michigan Poll" showed the sample of
registered voters cast majority votes in
favor of six of them. The poll said the
biggest majorities turned" up on
Proposal B, Proposal; D and Proposal
K.
Proposal B would prohibit the,. gran-
ting of a parole to a prisoner convicted
of certain violent crimes until a
minimum sentence is served while K
would grant authority to courts to deny
bail under certain circumstances in-
volving violent crimes.

(Continued from Page 1)
to the political scientist.
Singer added that, while his vote was
not political, anti-Marxist sentiment
may have motivated other faculty
members who voted against tenure for
Samoff. "Some of the people who voted
'the way I did voted that way for ab-
solutely different reasons," he said.
During the support committee
meting, which was billed as an informal
"brain-storming" session, various tac-
tics were discussed for seeking a rever-
sal of Samoff's tenure denial.
ONE PROPOSAL was that members
of the group interview political science
faculty members who participated in
the tenure decision. The goal would be
to ascertain their present positions on
Samoff's tenure and to urge them to
reconsider.
Other proposed tactics included:
" Attending the classes of those
professors who voted against tenure for
Samoff, and speaking to students there,
as well as asking the faculty members
to publicly discuss their positions;
" Circulating petitions urging that
Samoff be granted tenure;
" Holding informational talks on the
Diag and elsewhere to present facts of
the Samoff case to students.
During his appearance on campus
this week, educational activist
Jonathan Kozol called for a reversal of

the tenure denial to Samoff. Kozol
suggested that students confront the
Literary College Executive committee
with a sit-in, demanding it grant Samoff
tenure. However, the support group
ruled out any such tactic at the present
time.
The hours
are long,
but that's
O.K.,
the pay is
lous y.
But as a volunteer
you'll get to help America
stand a little taller.. And you'll
stand a little taller yourself.
America needs your help or
we wouldn't berasking. Your
community needs your help. I
People 18 or 80: we don't care
as long as you do. VISTA is
coming alive again. Come alive
with us. VISTA. Call toll free:
800-424-8580. VISTA
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