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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Cenicore Bookshopsj
336 Maynord Street 1229 South University
We regularly carry in stock over 200 titles of j
T"HE LOEB
CLASSICAL LIBRARY
published by
Harvard University Press
The only existing series of books which gives access
to all that is important in Greek and Latin Litera- I
ture, our entire classical heritage.
' AMONG THE TITLES WE CARRY ARE:
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Petronius and Seneca
"Aristotle-on the Heavens"
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Daily Official Bulletin
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Tuesday, September 18, 1973
eads
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'uesoa, epte- er i
DAY CALENDAR
Engineering Dept.: Slide lecture on'
improving efficiency in the library,
Transportation Lib., 3rd fl., UGLI, 2'
and 7:30 p.m.
LSA Coffee Hour: 2549 LSA Bldg.,
3 pm.
Psych. Film Series: "Summerhill,'
What's New At School?" Aud. B. An-1
gell Hall. 4 pmn
Political Science Lecture: D. Oki-
moto, grad student, "Americans in Dis-
guise," 4th fl. Conf. Rm., Rackham,
7 pm.
History 103. Asian Studies 101: S.
Ray's "Aparajito," Aud. B, Angell Hall.
7:30 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Applications for LSA Scholarships!
for Winter Term, 1974, available now
in 1220 Angell. Applicants must have
a 3.0 gpa in LSA; scholarships award-
ed on need; applications due Oct. 19.I

n romantic dispute
(Continued from Page 1) MITCHELL WAS treated for
Mitchell, both 35, were arraigned gunshot wounds after the arrest
and charged with the Sunday night and later released to the police.
murder of Daniel Reddic, 30, of An examination date has been
618 N. Main St. scheduled for Mitchell and Parker
City Police Chief Walter Krasny at 9:30 a.m., Sept. 26.
reported that . Reddic had been No bond was set.
visiting a woman in the 3300 block'
of Braeburn Circle. MEANWHILE, POLICE were in-
A dispute arose when Mitchell vestigating the apparent murder
and Parker also arrived, and victim found early Saturday eve-
probably argued Reddic's right to ning by two boys exploring the
be with the woman, said Krasny. Knights of Columbus picnic area.

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Police have identified the body
as that of a white female in her

REDDIC WAS shot fatally in the

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chest with a 38-caliber handgun,, late 30's, between five-feet and
according to Lt. Richard Hill, and five-feet-two-inches tall, of slender
also in the head. build and with dark brown hair.
Mitchell was also shot in the County Sheriff Fred Postill said
buttock, apparently by Reddic, Chis department believes the woman
while fleeing the Braeburn Circle was sexally assaltedeby e her ton
home.addsuyarrnedlthingbandertob-
Police arrived at the scene!abdy murdered, although the body
roughly at 10:45 p.m. after neigh- ablyurdeyedlomg seodk
ors wh caledealie toreprtis too badly decomposed to make
bors, who called earlier to report positive determination at present.
seeing an armed man in the neigh-
borhood, reported hearing gunfire. A WEDDING BAND was taken
.i theIfrom the victim's finger, and po-
POLICE FOUND Reddic inth lice have tentatively identified the
iving room, and put out a call for
body by the initials on the ring.

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Mithel an Pakerbased on phys-
cal description of the men and
their vehicle.
They later intercepted the two
n a Ford pick-up truck on Raw-
sonvilleRoadsnear Ypsilanti.
Reddic was reported dead on
arrival at St. Joseph's Mercy Hos-
pital at 11:40 p.m.
People! Music! Food!
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Playing works of
Beethoven, Bach, Schumann
Thurs., Sept. 20-8 p.m.
East Quad Greene Lounge
Everyone invited! No musical
knowledge needed.
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served afterward.
further info: 761-0102
or 665-6265

Police expect to positively ident-
ify the body sometime today,
through dental work now being an-
alyzed at the Michigan State
Police C r i m e Laboratory in
Plymouth.

gul tyi1
tricks'
WASHINGTON UP) - Don
Segretti, an underground pc
cal operative for President I
on's re-election campaign agr
yesterday to plead guilty to
lating federal election laws
to cooperate with federal pr
cutors.
One charge against Segretti
leges involvement in a bogus
ter accusing two Democratic
ponents of Sen. Edmund Mus
Sen. Henry Jackson and c
Hubert Humphrey with see
misconduct. The letter on 'Mu
stationery was distributed du:
,the Florida Democratic pr
dential primary campaign.
SEGRETTI'S DECISION w
disclosed at a brief appears
before a federal magistrate
which lie agreed to have a c
filed against him in Tan
Florida, transferred to Wash
ton.
A federal grand jury in Ta.
returned a four-count indictrr
Aug. 24, charging Segrettiv
conspiracy to violate fedi
election laws and illegallyx
lishing authorized political st
nients during the Florida
mary. It had remained seE
until yesterday.
Segretti had received mo
from Nixon's former persi
attorney and campaign fund r
er for an alleged campaign
political sabotage in Florida
elsewhere.
SPECIAL Watergate pros(
tor Archibald Cox has assign
team of lawyers to investij
the. reported political espion
activities.
Segretti, 32 years old t&i
had originally pleaded inno
in Tampa on May 17 to at
count indictment charging
with election law violations.
A spokesperson said that a
result of Segretti's agreemen
cooperate, nofurthercha
would be brought against hi
A RESIDENT of Los Ang
Segretti faces a maximum1
alty of one year in jail an
$1,000 fine on each of the
counts.
Herbert Kalmbach, former
sonal attorney for the Presid
told the Senate Watergate c
mittee in July that he passe

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scandal

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Segretti

ATTENTIOR

nem L money to Segretti at the request
with of then-White House aide Dwight
feral Chapin. Kalmbach said he didn't
pub- know what the money was used
ate- for.
pri- The - four-count indictment
aled charged Segretti with conspiring
with Hearing and Robert Melton
oney Benz to disrupt the primary cam-
onal paigns of Democratic senators
rais- Jackson of Washington and Mus-
of kie.
and MEANWHILE, in other devei-
>ecu- opments, a federal grand jury
rd a investigating allegations of po-
gate litical graft in Maryland may
pae send its findings on Vice Presi-
dent Spiro Agnew to the House
day, of Representatives, it was learn-
>cent ed yesterday..
Such action could be a prelude
him to impeachment proceedings
against Agnew if the evidence
as a warranted it.
of to The procedure would permit
trges the Justice Department to avoid
m. facing the controversial constitu-
eles, tional question of whether a ,vice
pen- president can be indicted before
d a he is impeached.
four IF AGNEW were impeached
by the House and convicted by
per- the Senate, he would then be a
dent, private citizen subject to indict-
om- ment without constitutional ques-
d on tions.

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