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Fridov. October 13. 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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McGovern On the college circuit
Sen. George McGovern addresses a student rally at the University of Minnesota yesterday. TI
in the background hopefully asserts "St. George Will Slay the Dragon."
REPUBLICANS EXTRADICTED:

400 rally
to support
cdem prof
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left, but about 50 remained to
start a regrouping effort on the
Diag. Under Jacobs' leadership,
they decided to "confront" Rhodes.
Picking up about 75 more people,
the group marched through Mason
and Angell Halls and into the LSA
Bldg., chanting "reinstate Green"
and "Dump Dunn."
Rhodes, waiting near the plushy-
carpeted conference room, invited
the protestors in, saying "I wel-
come you and I appreciate your
concern."
Rhodes spoke to students for
over an hour, but explained that he
didn't want to discuss "certain
detalis" of the issue, as he is
Green's next appeal if the chem-
istry faculty's review doesn't lead
to Green's reinstatement.
"My hope is still that eventually
Prof. Green will be given his full
teaching responsibilities," Rhodes
asid, but added that it "is a com-
plex question" and that he was
concerned for the "academic free-
dom" of not only Green, but of
Dunn and other chemistry faculty
members who advised Green's
"reassignment."
Rhodes pointed out that his man-
date in asking for the review com-
mittee included "three questions-
the performance of the teaching
abilities shown by Prof. Green," a
review "of the actions of the
chairman (Dunn)" and a question
of "what subsequent actions should
be taken.'
Meanwhile, Green says he is
"trying to get a lawyer." Green
stayed away from yesterday's
demonstration, he said later, be-
cause "I think students should de-
cide what they want to do them-
selves."
Green added "I appreciate any
student who supports me. It keeps
me from feeling alone in this
battle in which the people who
are doing this to me have all the
power."
He re-emphasized strongly his
position that there should be no
violence, no disruptive action be-
cause "the issue speaks for itself."
Only the female mosquito bites
humans and animals. The male
feeds on plant juices.
RETURN OF:

Good News From The
Place You Con Afford
The HALFWAY INN is student-
run so we can offer meals for
less. We now have pinball. This
Saturday starting about nine,
we'll have live entertainment
from'Anne & John.
Our entrance is on Church
Street in back of East Quad.
Still can't find us? There're
directions signs by the Quad's
main desk.
We're o p e n for breakfast,
lunch, and every night until
midnight, Friday and Saturday
nights until one.
the halfway inn
FOREST
FIRES BURN
MORE
THAN
TREES

Judge orders S tans to Fa.
By The Associated Press publican National Bank of Miami can members of the 37-member
A Miami judge has ordered prior to the date of the break-in. committee in the afternoon, and
three top Republican fund raisers Extradition orders were signed the absence of 14 GOP congress-
extradited to Florida as material yesterday for former Secretary of men in the morning caused com-
witnesses in the trial of Water- Commerce Maurice Stans, Ken- mittee chairperson Wright Patman
gate defendant Bernard Barker. neth Dahlberg and Hugh Sloan. to call off the meeting.
Barker, one of the five men ar- nehD lbr adHuhSo.
rke inthe allee bre-n at- They all must appear in Miami The Texas Democrat failed to
rested in the alleged break-in at Oct. 26 when Barker goes on tril. achieve the quorum to vote him
National Democratic power to subpoena some of Presi-
offices in Washington June 17, is In related developments yester- dent Nixon's top aides or cam-
charged in Florida with the mis- day, Republicans boycotted hear- paign records for the probe.
use of a notary public seal on a ings on the financial aspects of Four ranking present and for-
$25,000 check.. the Watergate case, possibly doom- mer Nixon aides Patman had in-
The money, part of $108,000 ing the House Bank and Currency vited to testify yesterday also
given to the Committee to Re- Committee's efforts to probe the didn't show show up for the hear-
Elect the President, went through incident.
Barker's bank account at the Re- The absence of the 15 Republi- .ng h
________________________________________- --- After his attempt to call the
afternoon meeting, Patman said
the investigation of the break-in
Tigers blow last chance is "dead unless Congress comes
back before the election," or pro-
(Continued from Page 1) defeat for the Tigers. The National longs its current session.
Odom for the sixth inning. Blue's League reject was the victim of Patman said he may try again
1971 Cy Young pinpoint control was non-support, both of the fielding to get a. quorum, but he said pros-
absent. However, his blue darts and hitting variety. pects for a meeting today were
were deadly poison for Tiger pen- Oakland opens the World Series poor.
nant plans. against Cincinnati in Riverfront -
Woody Fryman pitched well in Stadium Saturday afternoon.
FORGOTTEN WORKS
c Nobody knows how old the Forgotten Works are, reaching as they
do into distances that we cannot travel nor want to.
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NIGHT-LONG HORROR
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5 HORROR CLASSICS
COMPLETELY DIFFERENT
THAN OUR SUCCESSFUL
FIRST ALL-NIGHT SHOW
FREE COFFEE-ALL SEATS $2.00
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DOORS OPEN 11:15-SHOW STARTS 11 :30--DOORS CLOSE 11:45
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by Edgar Allan Poe, starring Vincent Price,
produced and directed by Roger Corman
2. "THE HAUNTED PALACE"
by Edgar Allan Poe,
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directed by Roger Corman
3. "THE TERROR"
with Boris Karloff, and
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