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Dr. Diag switches parties?
U.S. Representative Perry Bullard had just entered the basement
lounge of the Bell Tower Hotel where local Democrats had gathered
for Tuesday night's victory celebration. A large crowd immediately
gathered around Bullard, made up of individuals who eagerly asked
questions and congratulated him on his victory. But suddenly Dr. Diag
really Richard Robinson and a known Republican in thistown - en-
tered the room. The crowd around Bullard began to disperse as Diag
was surrounded by reporters anxious to discover why this reputable
Republican had made an appearance. "I'm an old friend of Ed Pier-
ce's (the recently elected state senator)," explained Diag. "Dr. Pierce
and I go back about four years. You may not believe this, but I used to
be one of his more fervent bumper sticker paster oners."
The first name will do
Glancing at name tags while taking a few turns around the floor at
Carl Levin's campaign headquarters Tuesday night we found the
usual number of Smiths and Johnsons, but an unusual quantity of sup-
porters with the same name as the candidate. There was an Andy and
a Jill, a Leone and an Annette (a "distant cousin," she claimed) and a
Josh, an Art, and a Pat - all Levins outside the immediate family.
When Carl heads for D.C., we hope he keeps us Joneses and Andersons
In the hectic chaos of election night, one quite important word was
regrettably excluded from a quote by Sen. William Fitzgerald, unsuc-
cessful challenger to Republican Governor William Milliken. The
word "lieutenant" was accidentally omitted from this comment: "The
people of Michigan may have missed the opportunity to put one of the
finest human beings in the chair of (lieutenant) governor." We
apologize for the goof.
A strong earthquake rocked the Midwest on Nov. 9, 1968 without
causing any serious problems, but the Wolverines did heavy damage
to the Illini that day, 36-0 during a home game. The quake hit 5.5 on the
Richter scale of 10 and the halfback Ron Johnson and quarterback
Dennis Brown rolled up 322 yards total offensive that day.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op - The Cruel Sea, 7; The Law, 9, Aud. A,
Cinema Guild - Battle of Algiers, 7, 9:15 p.m., Old Arch. Aud.
Alternative Action - Catch-22, 7, 9:30 p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud.
Mini-Festival of Middle Eastern Films - The Land, 7 p.m., The
Cow, 9:05 p.m., Aud. A, Angell.
The Studio Theatre Program - Harold Pinter's The Lover, 4:10
p.m., The Arena Theatre Frieze Building, free.
Residential College Players - Samuel Beckett's Endgame, 8
p.m., R. C. Aud.
The University of Michigan Collegium Musicum singers and in-
strumentalists - The music of Josquin Des Prez and his contem-
poraries, 8 p.m., the School of Music Recital Hall.
Musical Society -Fred Waring Show, 8:30 p.m., Hill Aud.
Ark - Peter "Madcat" Ruth, 9 p.m., 1429 Hill St.
Eclipse Jazz - Seminars given by the Cecil Taylor Unit, the
School of Music, 3:30 p.m., room 2038, 7:00 p.m., room 2043.
Geology and Geophysics - "Pelatic Limestone Stories from the
Appenines," Walter Alvarez of the University of California, 3:30 p.m.,
C.C. Little Building, room 4001.
Teach-In on Mexico - Alpha Hernandez, legal aid atty., Peter
Schey, atty., Legal Services - Aliens Rights Program, Los Angeles,
"The Undocumented: Mexican Workers North of the Border," 7:30
p.m., Schorling Aud., SEB.
Arbor Alliance - "Nuclear Energy, the Job Eater," Harvey
Wasserman, journalist and member of New England's anti-nuclear
Clamshell Alliance, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union Ballroom.
Quarterdeck Society - "The Application of Seakeeping in Of-
fshore Construction," G. Petrie, 7:30 p.m., West Engineeri'ng, room
Ananda Marga Meditation Society - a representative of the
society will speak on the topic of "Higher Consciousness and Social
Obligation," 8:00 p.m., Friends Meeting House, 1420 Hill St.
Michigan Economics Society -5 p.m., Economics Building, room
Greenpeace - Planning for the harp seal rally, 6 p.mi, Wolverine
Room Annex at the Union.
Ann Arbor Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth -
"Spiritual Midwivery", 7 p.m., the First United Methodist Church,
Huron and State.
Children of Holocaust Survivors -7 p.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill.
Sierra Club -8 p.m., basement of the Ann Arbor Public Library.
Focus on recreational opportunities within Dexter-Pinckney and
IBM office product division show, 10:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Michigan
Union, Anderson Room.
Friends, Ann Arbor Alliance - "Anti-Nuclear Power Rally,"
National Diabetes Month - dialogue between Dr. Sumer Pek,
physician at the University Medical School, and adult diabetics, 7:30
p.m., Great Lakes Federal Savings.
University's annual Faculty-Staff Convocation, 8:00 p.m., Lydia
The Michigan Daily-Thursday, November 9, 1978-Page 3
Terrorists kill 3 in
Italy shooting spree
FROSINONE, Italy (AP) - A and his driver, Giuseppe Pagliei, before
terrorist assassination squad shot and Pagliei could get his gun out of his
killed a district attorney and his two holster.
bodyguards yesterday, raking their car A THIRD person in the car, Luciano
with submachine-gun fire in the Rossi, was in training as a new
bloodiest strike since the kidnap and bodyguard for Calvosa and was unar
shooting offormer Premier Aldo Moro. med. He tried to flee but was gunned
One terrorist was cut down in the down, police said.
crossfire of his comrades, police said. The terrorists dragged their wounded
He was identified by police as a formerf w to their caravingthtrail o
member of a militant leftist group blood across the road, and then sped
called "Worker Power," but his name away.
was withheld. Their beige Fiat - later determinec
The attack occurred on a lonely to have been stolen - was found aban
highway about 30 miles south of Rome. doned, its doors open and signal lights
THE OTHER two terrorists were on, beside a road a few miles from the
able to escape into the hills despite asscene.
search by hundreds of police in squad The body of the slain terrorist was in-
carsand helicopters. side the car, but there was no sign of the
A caller told a Milan newspaper others, who had apparently switchec
several hours later that the attack was cars for their getaway.
the work of "Frontline," a leftist CALVOSA, married and the father of
terrorist group that has claimed two Rome University students, was the
responsibility for a number of killings seventh Italian justice official slain in
and bombings. the past seven years and the third this
Police said they had no way of year alone.
establishing whether the' call actually The Red Brigades have claimed twc
esabshingmhetherit.o the killings this year, both of which
was from the terrorists.
THE RED Brigades, Italy's most occurred in Rome. The victims wer
feared terrorist gang, kidnapped Moro
and killed his five, bodyguards in a prison department of the Justic
street ambush in Rome March 16. Ministry who was killed last February
Moro's bullet-riddled body was found in ministry official, who was gunned down
a car in the capital 54 days later, mistr offcah asgneddw
Police said yesterday's attack oc-
curred as Fedele Calvosa, 59, district
attorney in this town of 35,000, was
being driven to work from his home.
As the blue Fiat came out of a turn on When you use Co-op Op
the provincial highway, the driver ice, you and your neig.
braked to avoid hitting a car blocking a
crossroads. building a community c
A witness told police that three per- terprise-organized to s
sons stepped out of the thick bushes on
both sides of the road and opened fire at pie s needs on a nor-pr
the car at close range, killing Calvosa
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Thursday, November 9, 1978
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All in a day's work
The sensation cgused by the movie "Grease" is still being felt and
authorities in Georgetown, Colorado have found themselves with a
"slick" pair of inmates. Authorities are searching for two prisoners
who greased themselves with hand lotion and squeezed through a five-
inch-wide opening at the Clear Creek County Jail. Officials said that
the pair of escapees removed the screws from a plexiglass window,
which had been sealed, and then pushed their way through the
opening. The industrious pair have not yet been apprehended.
Jackson jumps ahead
Wooever said that voting isn't important never visited Jackson,
Misesieinni where Tueav's eletinn vielded snme imnnrtant