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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, April 4, 1973

Activist
becomes

Fracas in Detroit Recorder's
Court ends in death of lawyer

DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
j (Continued from Page 5)

DETROIT O)-A Detroit attorney'
was shot and killed- in a Detroiti
mnayoredagnwtotwri,
courtroom yesterday after he pull-1
- ~ed a gun without warning, -the !
Special To The Daily judge sitting on the bench said.
MADISON, Wisc. - Paul Soglin, Recorder's Court Judge Jaines
an independent candidate running Del Rio said attorney Gerald Dent
with heavy student support, upset took a gun from beneath his coat1
incumbent Republican Mayor Wil- while a police officer was giving
liam Dyke here last night. testimony from the witness stand.
Dent was defending one of three
Soglin, a former student and aniti- men on a concealed weapons
war activist was supported by am
broad coalition of liberal to radical chargesat the time.ta
groups in his move to oust the - "First he pointed the gun at his
own head, then he aimed the gun
cumbent conservative. at me, and then he aimed at the
Turn-out in student neighbor person on the witness stand," Del
hoods in this college town was es- Rio said. He added there was no
timated at nearly 94 per cent, with reason for Dent to pull a gun.
Soinatedcary94opercintbyIt was not immediately clear
Sogin carryig some precincts by who shot first, but Recorder's
as 'much as 8 to 1. Court Judge Joseph Gillis said Del
It was the first time an incum- Rio told him Dent opened fire be-I
bent mayor has been defeated in fore he was struck by shots fired
Madison since 1914. t by three police officers in the
courtroom. He died later at a hos-
Soglin is a former University of pital.I
Wisconsin student and has been Gillis said at least eight bullets
involved in campus politics since were fired in the incident. Del Rio
1963.vedh a usepetdsaseerwas! hearing the case without a
1963. He has served as a member jury.
of the Madison City Council since Other officers in the room in-
1968. cluded a policeman and a bailiff.
Studlent files suit
in 'U' hous ing fla

Four or five other persons weres
in the room at the time. No one
else was injured.
Del Rio, who usually carries aa
gun even on the bench, said he leftj
it in his chambers yesterday.
Dent, married and the father of
an infant, was described as "bril-1
liant" by former Saginaw County
prosecutor Robert Currie.
"He was a real' good trial law-1 +

yer, well-recognized," said Currie.
"He set a record for murder con-
victions in Saginaw County" whileI
serving as an assistant prosecutor,E
he added.
Brady Denton, current Saginaw
County prosecutor, said he had{
talked to Dent over the phone min-
utes before the shooting. "He said
he expected to be back in the
office by 7 o'clock," Denton said.

PERSONAL

W rite-Ont and U' clash
over term paper issue
(Continued from Page 1) that's all-without any indication
does this lawsuit seek to levy any of what the research was used for
punishment or penalty upon the -we probably wouldn't accept it.
individual student. I just want to We have never launched an invest-
put the term paper sellers out of igation before solely on the basis
business," he continued. of that type of information," he
The basis of the suit is to chal- added.
lenge Write-On's right to engage In Daane's opinion, the suit_
in activities not permittted in their would not affect the practice of
charter. According to Daane, the storing term papers in dormitory
burden of proof is on Write-On to or fraternity libraries, since they
show the activities they are en- are considered research materials
gaged in are not intentionally de- which are not being sold for profit.
signed to subvert the educational There is a chance both parties
process. will be spared the trouble of a
Ted Albert, attorney for White- drawn-out court proceeding. Attor-
On, maintains the company is neys for both sides have indicated;
merely engaged in custom re- they are willing to try to reach a
search, a common practice across settlement out of court, if possible.
the country.-
He feels theacehtral issue is
whether it is fair to judge this
type of research illegal because of r
what somebody does with it. f rce

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"My view is that one could that unfair to other people in the
legally sign eight, or ten, or ten system," according to Finn. "Other
thousand leases, under the direc- people in the house had the same'
tions that were handed out," Gil- chance to sign up for the rooms,"
ster said. he said.
The Housing Office takes the po- Students who signed a lease for
sition that students were notiifed a room in a house or dormitory'
by the reapplication procedures other than their own in addition to
that they could only contract for reapplying for their own room or
one room at a time, according to house are being held .to their first
John Finn, director of housing in- contracts, however.
formation. To allow these students to pick
Because there was some confu- and choose among contracts "wouldI
sion about the question, the Hous- not be fair to students who wanted
ing Office issued directives to clar- the rooms and couldn't sign up for
ify the situation. These stipulated them because they had already
that students signing more than signed other leases," Finn said.
one lease will be expected to honor
only the first one signed. All others Housing Director John Feldkamp,
were to be considered void. who was served Gilster's complaint
Despite the statements in the 'Monday, says that he feels that'
directives, the Housing Office per- the reapplication procedures are
mitted students who had signed completely legal. "For someone toI
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Albert says he would like to "find
out from the educational institu-
tions exactly what they desire and
how they feel somebody selling re-
search knowledge for general use,
affects them. Maybe we'll learn
something."
According to Charles Morris,
assistant dean of LSA, there are
no set procedures for punishing
students whose names may be re-
vealed as a result of the investi-
gation into Write-On's activities.
"If Daane does present a name
from the files of White-On, and
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front page headline. It seems that
for three years, Edward's wife
had been feeding him horsemeat
and telling him that it was beef.
Mrs. Rooney had discovered that
horsemeat sells for about one-
fourth the price of beef, so why not
make the substitution? The nine
children had known they were eat-
ing the horsemeat the entire time
and it didn't bother them a bit.
After finding out, Mr. Rooney
said, "I've always been interested
in horses. I'm a little more inter-
ested now."
The game of polo was played in
.China around the year 600.

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(Continued from Page 1)
Most of the resistance centered
on a. proposed $10 student fee to
finance the construction and oper-
ation of a $4 million facility on
Central Campus and a 1.5 million
building on North Campus. An al-'
ternate plan called for a $7 fee
and to help finance a $3 million
and a $1 million building.
The students on OCRICS claimed
that. amount was too much to ask
of students who are already pay-
ing fees for Crisler arena and who
are faced with the certainty of a
tuition increase next fall, when
alternate methods of funding had
not been fully explored.
They also pointed out that this
is the, first time students have
been asked to pay the operating
cost of new buildings.
ACRICS also questioned the cost
involved in the North Campus
building. The proposal called for
22,000 sq. ft. (about two basket-
ball- courts) at a cost of $1 mil-
lion, but the Ferry Field build-
ing will provide 67,000 sq. ft. at
a cost of $1.1 million.
ACRICS decided to meet later
this week with members of the Ex-
ecutives to discuss these questions,
questions of equity in funding be-
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and explore possible alternatives
to funding, with the aim of pre-
senting a unified proposal to the
Board of Regents on April 20.

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