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Tuesday, December 4, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Killer started at 'U'

Energy czar I
(Continued from Page 1)

(Continued from Page 1)
house where pretty females were
drawn by Mudgett's dignified and{
manly appearance.
Mudgett's nemesis was his sec-;
ond attempt at defrauding an in-
surance company - this time in
Philadelphia. Along with his ac-
complice, Benjamin Pietzel, Mud-'
gett took out a $10,000 life insurance
policy on Pietzel's life. The plan
was to have Piet:jel leave the
country and to have Mudgett palm
off an unrecognizable cadaver as,
Pietzel to the insurance company.
Unlike his previous attempt in
Ann Arbor, Mudgett took no'
chances. Mudgett caught Pietzel
in a drunken moment and by his!
own description: poured chloroform'
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and lighter fluid all over his body
-then lit it. It was for this mur-
der, not for the innumerable others,
that Mudgett was later hanged.
TIPPED OFF by a Missourian
convict, with whom Mudgett had
confided his diabolical plot, Phila-
zelphia police quickly apprehended
the villan.
After 13 years of unrelentless
murder, Herman Webster Mudgett
was hanged. Before the hanging
Mudgett begged "the forgiveness
of all those who I have offended."
A Philadelphia newspaper de-
scribed his composure before his
execution as "fitting of the solem-
nity of the occasion . . he showed
the poise and dignity of a highly
educated man."

that "energy and economic policy
are inextricably interrelated and
for me to remain in the main-1
stream of economic issues is ex-
tremely critical.
Love issued a brief farewell
statement calling the energy crisis
"potentially more serious than any!
challenge that this nation has fac-
ed short of war."

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Meanwhile, Chairman Herbert
tein of the President's Council of'
conomic Advisers gave new evi-1
ence that the Nixon administra-
ion istleaning toward price in-
reases as the way to reduce gaso-
ne consumption.
STEIN SAID gasoline rationingE
ould be politically the easiest
ourse, but that allowing prices to

Creation of campus
cops discussed by 'U'

'

(Continued from Page 1)
The IACP report, prepared afterI
extensive interviewing of security
personnel, students and University
employes, concludes that Univer-
sity security service is presently
"fragmented" by unclear lines of
authority. In a 100-page statement,
IACP investigators claim they
found widespread dissatisfaction
with the present security set-up in
the University community.
PRESENTLY, the University's
security operation combines a spe-
cial campus unit of 24 city police
officers with approximately 30
housing and hospital security
guards and 65 part and full-time

Burns guards. Fourteen employes
of the Department of Safety co-or-I
dinate security forces.
In total, security costs the Uni-
versity $1.3 million per year. Adop-
tion of the IACP proposal would
increase the cost to more than $2
million.
The University Council meet-
ing will take place at 7:30 p.m. to-
night in 1017 Angell Hall.,

love quits
increase would be the most con-
structive course. He said it would O N Y
bring about an expansion of sup-'RADIO
ply.
for everyone
In a speech prepared for the
Economic Club of Detroit, Stein on your list!
said retail prices of gasoline have
risen more than 10 per cent in the Gleaming FM-AM palm-
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Stein indicated that the govern-
ment will look to price increases
plus voluntary conservation mea-
sures to reduce gasoline consump-
tion by as much as 24 per cent. t
HE DID NOT rule out rationing'
if the price conservation measures
are inadequate but he added, "ra-
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the inevitable outcome of our pre-
sent situation."
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