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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fri

iday, October 11, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STATE POLICE Lieutenant
Calvin Leien spokesman for

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firm Postill's complaint about
an information gap. But Lepien
did say that a broadcast on the
crime "was put out on the air
after it was determined that
the hostages were safe."
The Green family was releas-
ed shortly after 10 a.m., about
the same time that sheriffs
deputies stopped the FBI car.
The bizarre crime began at
about 9 p .m. Wednesday, when
four men in their early twen-'

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ties, armed with a handgun, up and whether they would be (Continued from Page 1) funt Coalition of Liberals and
entered the Green home in able to go to the bathroom." ally. Moderates Party.
Sylvan Township south of Chel- "They (the bandits) perform- The Neo-Modernaires- are yet Moderates Party (CLAMP).
sea. ed quite a professional job," another reform - minded party. Unlike the Reform Party,
THE FOUR forced Green his Green continued. "We weren't This group is running Carol Campus Coalition is in favor
wife Bunny, and their children physically abused. I guess I'd ! Papworth and Joel Stelt for the of pursuing criminal action
Eric and Anette into the r much rather deal with a pro in two leadership positions. The against the former officers ac-
where the bandits bound thmthis kind of thing." two candidates support the civil cased of mishandling Council
with twine. THE ROBBERS, wearing action against the former SGC funds.
washjustnemasks and white denim gloves, officers and hope to unify stu- Ballot questions in this elec-
Our first reaction was just remained at the house until 7 dents by combining liberal tion inc u d e two proposals
absolute fright," Green re- a.m., when two drove Green's ideas and conservative methods. ch would refo SGCps
called yesterday. The kids wife and children away in a THE LAST party running well as several general house-
were great, but I'm not sure yellow Mercury. The other two candidates for president and: k
they realized all the dangers went with Green in his own car vibe president posts is the Guess THE MOST important ballot
involved. They seemed to be to Ypsilanti. Who Party. Dave Mikkola and q idei to
most concerned about being tied On the way, the bank man- Gary Diguiseppe, the two hope-I a Council motion passed a few
ager was told to withdraw $50,- fuls, have no unified political weeks ago. If it passes, all SGC;
000 from the vault and drop it beliefs or platform except the expenditures will require two
'fwest Ysantsfheyanded oh promise of honesty, integrity signatures, all financial reports
Sswest Ypsilanti-if he wanted to and ability to listen, will be open to the public, and
B see his family again. Mikkola says he would have mandatory legal audit and item-
Has 100's of Books on GBeforeica ng for the sdney to review the cases against ized treasurer's reports will be
nstantly. See Our Large Clarence Utley. bi those charged with fund misuse required.
foks Formerly Priced at "HE SAID that he'd spent a He also stresses that SGC
ow Selling for 99c to bad night, and that they were should provide more services f
still holding his family," Utley for less money and reduce the G
said last night. " number of committees it spon-
BOO KS HOPS Utley notified state police af- sors. (Continued from Page 1)
1229 SO. UNIVERSITY ter Green's call. The smallest party this year to arrive in the mail.
The branch manager mean- is the Rochdale Party. Running t riei h al
while had gone to his office only two candidates for Council Even the waitresses got into
twhere he waited for the head seats, this group is calling for the fashion act, wearing blonde
teller to arrive. After ordering reform also. wigs to hide any tell-tale traces
kSHERS & DRYERS the vault cleaned out, he Uof gray.
droed the money off at the literary college, seat, promises THE BANDSTAND was cere-
PN2 HORturned to the bank. , rnew guidelines for Council with moniously equipped with the
OPEN 24 HOURS TWO HOURS later, Green's emphasis on financial aspects. Stars and Stripes and the Mich-
TTENDANT ALWAYS wife called him from the motel.i John Petz, the other Roch- igan flag, while the presidential
ON DUTY "I'm terribly, terribly ex- dale candidate, claims he is podium was graced with emer-
R. STA DIUMhausted and terribly, terribly, "anti - corruption." gency exit and fire equipment
relieved that it's all over," Ham and Pets say they decid- signs.
COIN LAUNDRY & Green said last night. "We're ed to run because of recent The spacious hall was remin-
DRY CLEANINGA just very, very happy right SGC scandals. "It's a duty to iscent of an airplane hangar.
1958 S. INDUSTRIALino an veygaeu.MrruexlnsHm
uth of E. Stadium Blvd. now and very grateful. More run,' explains Ham. Paying guests who had the mis-
668-7928 than anything we're interested THE SIXTH party on the fortune to be placed in the back
in resting." ballot is the Campus Coalition, of the room saw a Gerald Ford
"I didn't get much sleep last: Led by David Faye, this group no bigger than the white of a
night, you know." has its roots in the now-de- thumbnail if they happened to
- ~ forget their opera glasses.
A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY One such unfortunate remark-
CLASSICAL MUSIC OF INDIA William Milliken's speech, "He
A LECTURE RECITAL BY looks so small from here, I
G.N. JOSH I could swear he's fake. He could
" lectured and performed in U.S., U.K Europe in 1964, just as well be a robot."
70, 73, 74
0 recorded over 100 songs with H.M.V. (subsidiary of
E.M.I. London) CONCERNEI
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ADMISSION FREE DONATIONS WELCOME GRADUATE
Courtesy: India ssocDept. of Humanities, k
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. This proposal is on the ball
to ensure that a future Counc
does not nullify the SGC-a
proved rule.
Another amendment w o u 1
change the number of Counci
members from 41 to 15. Th
would not only make SGC mo
manageable, but would end th
problem of fractional votes an
unfilled Council seats.
IF THIS proposal passes
is unclear when or how it wi
be implemented, since SGC
it now exists is under rsvie
by the Regents. However,
SGC is not overhauled or di
banded, the plan would pro]
ably be put into effect in Marc]
ONLY 24 of the 41 availab
seats will be filled in this ele
tion due to a lack of candidate
in the smaller constituencies.
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OTHERS GAVE up craning
their necks toward the podium
and contented themselves with
pushing their food around on
their plates.
Some of the guests seemed
more pre-occupied with public-
ity than with the speeches. Two
attractive guests took 10 min-
utes to calm down after a TV
news camera zeroed in on them.
Said another woman to her
yawning husband, "He's taking
our picture. I just know he's
taking our picture."
To add more static to the con-
fusion, plates crashed to the
floor with incredible frequency.
Luckily for the caterer, they
were unbreakable.
But the deafening applause
that filled the hall when the
illustrious Michigander rose to
make his speech showed that
the Republicans got what they
paid for, a glimpse, even if
from afar, of their hero from
home, Gerald Ford.
D RACKHAM
STUDENTS:
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membership. There are
atives in the following
ences and Engineering,
nities, Education. Con-
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