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t Tuesday, November 20, 1973

THE MiC.H1GAN DAILY

Page Three

Tuesday.. 7 .1 1, N vm er2,193T E IHGAALYiaT he

High court will rule
on key busing case

WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Su-'
preme Court agreed yesterday to'
rule this term on lower court
actions which would integrate De-
troit area schools by transferring
pupils between the inner city and
the white suburbs. At least six
other cities face similar situations.
Both U.S. District Judge Stephen
Roth and the 6th U.S. Circuit Court
of Appeals have endorsed the trans-
fer approach which would rely
heavily on busing and has created
controversy in Michigan and else-
where.
HOWEVER, the Supreme Court
announced it would hear oral ar-
guments on an appeal from the
lower court rulings brought by
Michigan state authorities and 42
of the suburban communities. A
written decision is expected be-
fore the court adjourns in June.
Indianapolis, Hartford, Conn.,
Wilmington, Del., Buffalo, Atlanta
and Louisville are currently invol-

interchanging students in Detroit
schools, which are 65 per cent
black, with those of more than 50
suburbs, including affluent Grosse
Pointe and Birmingham.
THE APPEALS court modified
Roth's orders somewhat b'lt gen-
erally upheld his finding the city
and suburban schools should be
integrated. He was instructed to
hold hearings to work out precise
student transfer plans and other
details.
The Supreme Court last term
handed down a 4-4 split decision on
a Virginia case which presented the
city-suburb school issue. The rul-
ing refused to reinstate a merger
plan for Richmond and its outly-
ing counties ordered by U.S. Dis-
trict Judge Robert Mehrige b u t
overruled by the 4th U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals.,
However, the tie vote, brought
about by refusal of Justice Lewis
Powell Jr. to participate in the
case, meant the high court was not

Student slaying clues sought
(Continued from Page 1) know. I guess he figures he has! jobs."
STATE POLICE in Ionia, reveral nothing to lose at this point. But 1 HE ALLEGEDLY attempted no
miles from the murder site., are now that we've got the body, may- less than five armed heists during
preparing to match ballistics tests be he'll decide to clear the air . . . January, 1973, netting more than
on the murder bullet with the gun maybe it'll refresh his memory." $30,000 in stolen cash. Police still
found in Davis' possession last "IF HE DOESN'T open up," says haven't found the money.
March. !Krasny, "all we've really got is Authorities succeeded in keeping
Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter that gun." Davis behind bars from January
Krasny says it may be several And the gun, like Davis, has a 31 until late in March, on charges
weeks before a murder indictment history of its own. ranging from menacing behavior
can be prepared against Davis- In 1963, Davis got a 20 years-to- toward females to assault with a
if at all. life sentence for a trio of armed deadly weapon.
"The indictment hinges on scien- one-man bank robberies in Colum- While he awaited trial, Orville
tific investigation, especially of the bus, Ohio. He spent nine years in Davis apparently started thinking
gun," Krasny notes. "We're also Ohio's prisons before being re- about that gun.
working with the FBI and Milwau- leased in September 1972 on a fur- ON MARCH 24, he pretended to
kee (police) on the chance that lough program for ex-cons in fall hi his cell and feigned extreme
some of Melanie's hair might turn Columbus. But according to the pain in his legs. The sheriff agreed
up on Davis' clothing." sheriff's department there, Davis to take him to a Columbus hospital
"(Davis) is still not saying any- didn't waste any time returning to under heavy guard. But the guard
thing," Krasny adds. "Why, I don't I his best-known occupation: "bank wasn't quite heavy enough. Doctors
examined him, pronounced him
* healthy, and removed straps from'
itself ohis arms and legs so he could get
up from the examining table. I
According to Columbus police,'
"someone's back was turned" when
the wily, mustachioed Davis rose'
swiftly and walked through the
door. He Dunched a surprised dep-

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ved in litigation aimed at achiev- binding as the law of the land. By BILL TURQUE the downtown area, are preventing utv sheriff, removed the man's re-
ing greater integration by c i t y- Powell, who disqualified himself Lowering the thermostat five de- further measures in the way of volver, and escaped through a
subur-b pupil transfers. because he had once served on the grees, taking a flight of stairs in- energy conservation. crowded side entrance.
In response to a suit initiated by Richmond school board, is expect- stead of an elevator, or a bus in- William Racely,- manager of The gun stayed with him as he
the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, ed to cast the deciding vote in the stead of a car are some of the Kresges on Main St., pointed to the eluded roadblocks and waylaid a
Roth ordered a study be made of Detroit case. ways local merchants and city of- numerous banks of fluorescent car outside Columbus, forcing the
_ficials are responding to President lights lining the ceiling of the driver to take him to Cleveland. In
Nixon's message on the energy cri- store. Cleveland he hijacked another
sis last week. "There's no need for all those motorist and went to Toledo, where
At City Hall, an all departments lights to be on," he said. "But if I he snent the night of March 25 in
memo from City Administrator turn some of them off, it'll detract the YMCA, using the alias John
to oy V~t SQX l '{~ t Sylvester Murray ordered that all (from the competitive atmosphere.i Tucker.!
to correct seX inequiy Icity vehicls "are to be utiized People don't want to come into a FROM THERE TO the shooting
prudently to conserve gasoline", dark store. After 5:30, they'll won- two nights later in Milwaukee, his:
(Continued from Page 1) inequities do exist. The added ef- and that employes should "walk der if you're open." movements are unknown, but po-
and double-up when practical." In lice presume e forced Fahr to
ed at the lower academic ranks Of fort should and can be made addition, thermostats in all city of- RACELY SAID that a collective drive him to Ionia and murdered
the University's full professors, The resolution set off extended fices are to be set at 68 degrees, effort by the business community her there.
only 3 per cent are women. Full discussion at the Assembly meet- and the use of electricity after would result in significant energy Krasny points out that the riddle
and associate women professors ing. Philosophy Prof. Curtis Cow- working hours is "to be held to a reductions. of the odometer in Melanie's car
are more likely than men to be un- an said he agreed with the "thrust minimum security level." "I'd like to see all of the down- remains unsolved: when she left
tenured. In addition, when com- of the resolution" and supported town businesses get together and Ann Arbor, a friend noted that the
pared withi each academic rank, the action portion of the proposal, AN INFORMAL survey of shop- do something. But I can't do any- odometer read 13,000 miles. When
average salaries for women are but was not content with supporting owners, store managers, and busi- thing alone." police found the car in Shorewood,
lower than those for men. statements that claimed recruit- ness-people in town reflects a simi- Just down the block from Kres- the fiure was 14,000.
PROF. LOIS HOFFMAN, who re- ment and representation of women lar concern. ges, Paul Kizer, manager of "I just don't understand why he
worked the program data into the had been inadequate at the Univer- "It's' starting to hurt us," said Klines, suggested that all stores, went to Ionia, if he did," says
current proposal, said that these sity. Tim O'Farrell, of Ann Arbor Mu- except those providing vital serv- Krasny. "That still leaves a lot
conditions are not necessarily "a UNDERUTILIZATION of women sic Mart, on State Street. We get ices, be closed all day Sunday, of miles unaccounted for. Maybe
function of prejudice," but that was said to be significant in some, all our merchandise by truck, and However, he was not optimisitc he had a relative near there or
if attention to these matters could but not all, departments. Sociology with gas being so short, we're go- about ever having it happen. something. We have no leads. He
be brought down to department or English, Psychology and Germanic g to have trouble building up our could have headed up through the
even individual cases, much rog- Language anid Literatures weresIt "I THINK YOU'D have a diffi- nner peninsula, or back down
even ndivdualcases muc pr~- Lanuageand iteraureswere "It's scaring the hell out of me," cl iemkn twrbcuetruhCiao so o,(h
ress could be made. some of the departments named echoed Joha Boyd of Ma cult time makg it work, because throilgh Chicago. As of now, (the
"The Affirmative Action report is where women are not utilized to Scharer Co., anoffice supply store you ofll he ommuntie sur- beenaakle to lish avmotive
an excellent and important docu- the desired extent. on Main St. "I deliver $100,000 'rninn Arbor, ormpeople silr i beng in Wisost in."
nent," Hoffman said. "It satisfied These claims are made on thedollars worth of merchandise ev- rounding Ann Arbor, or people will Fhim benIpaWisconsin.
HEW that Michigan was not dis- s t ery month. If they start rationing justthopinto their carsandidrive FOR MELANIE'SFparents-Mr.
criminating. But because of pres- basis of a national pool consisting gas, I'm going to be in trouble." to a store that is open. But if the and Mrs. Raymond Fahr of Troy,
sure on' the University, there is an of those qualified persons seeking tsituation is that desperate, we Mich., the discovery of the body
effort not to point out areas where teaching jobs. TO ANDY OBERDICK, owner of might have to do it." 'gave certainty to what has been
Palmer Studios on East Liberty, nearly eight months of uncertain
the energy shortage represents aTEMICHIGAN PALY tragedy.
A IA N different change in routine. Volume LXXXIV, Numbe 65 "We were 99 per cent certain
"Because I develop pictures, I'm Tuesday, November 20, 1973 she was dead within a few days
usually running water eight houris edited and managed by students at after we heard she was missing,"
99 !_ su ayrnin aeretou s the University of Michigan. News phone says her father.
skumaassemamadesassssa&Wasmass~nda A: aso I 'm trying toctdown, 764-0562. Second class postage paid at sy e ahr
Tuesday, Novembe 21tlion," UGLI Multipurpose Rm.,?:30 pm.and I don't use warm water any- Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published1 It was so senseless. The girl
Go,G Muinro C.r, 7 pm o,, daily Tuesday through Sunday morning was all good-she didn't have a bad
Geology, Mineralogy: C. Park, Jr.,( more during the University year at 420 May- .,
DAY CALENDAR Stanford U, "The Energy Crisis," Rack-; For the most part, the store- ard Street. Ani Arbor, Michigan 48104. bone in her body," he adds. "I
LSA Coffee Hour: Classical Studies, ham Amph., 8 pm. owners interviewed said that they Subscription rates: $10 by carrier (earn- can't have compassion for the guy'
200J Angell Hali, 3 pm.
MHRI, Psychiatry: J. Freeman, Van- GENERAL NOTICES are using fewer display lights in pus area); $11 local mail (Michigan and who did it."
Ohio); $12 non-local mail (other states:YSEDYOvleDvsWn
derbilt U Med. Sch., Neuronal Specific- winter Commencement Exercises, 'their windows, and turning those and foreign). YESTERDAY Orville Davis went
ity: A Study on the Control of Spatial Dec. 16, to be held at 2 p.m. in Hill in use off earlier in the evening Summer session publishe Tuesday on trial for the attempted murder
Ordering of Synapses in the Amphibian Aud. All graduates of 1973 fall term than usual. through Saturday morning. Subscrip- of Milwaukee patrolman Gary
Optic Tectum," 1057 MHRI, 3:45 pm. may attend. tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus Patuiski
Physics: G. Ford, "Helicon Oscila- Tickets: Four to each prospective area); $6.50 local mail (Michigan and
tions in a Sphere," P-A Bldg. Colloq. graduate, to be distributed from Dec. AT LEAST ONE local merchant Ohio); $7.00 non-local mail other Today, in Birmingham, funeral
Rm., 4 pm. 3 to Dec. 14, at Diploma Dept., 1518 feels that competitive tensions be- states and foreign). services will be held for Melanie
Medieval, Renaissance Collegium: LSA. tween businessesarticularyin Fahr.
Concert of early string music, fireside Academic Costume: May be rented att b e pay
coffee hr., Cook Rm., N .Entryway, Law Moe Sport Shop, 711 N. University Ave.
Quad, 4 pm. Orders MUST be placed before Nov. 24.
Psych Film Series: "Up Is Down;" j Assembly for Graduates: A 1 p.m. in
"Eye of the Storm;" "Reggie;" "The Or- Mod. Lang. Bldg.
ange & the Green," Aud. B, Angell Hall, Programs will be distributed at Hill ' oS G &o S a e
Women's Studies Films: "This is theI Announcements: limited no. of grad- "' ;'"
Home of Mrs. Levant Graham; From uation announcements for sale at Info.
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