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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Soturdoy, December'9, 1972+'

Page lwc. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, December 9, 1972

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Skyjack attempt foiled;
7 killed in air shoot-out
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (Reu- aged to pull the pin from the gre- lieved to be Ethiopians from the
ters)-Ethiopian sky marshals kill- nade which he dropped right at the northern province of Eritrea. An
ed seven hijackers, two of them feet of a passenger who had the official statement by Ethiopian Air-
women, in a furious mid-air gun- aisle seat," said another passen- lines said it had not established
battle aboard a crowded Ethiopian ger describing the incident. where the air pirates had come
airliner yesterday as the crippled "The passenger immediately from. A number of previous hi-
plane careened crazily through the picked up the grenade and threw it jackings involving Ethiopian air-
sky with a hole torn in its side by into the opposite corner where the craft have been staged by mem-3
a hand grenade. seats were unoccupied. It exploded bers of the Eritrean Liberation
The death toll was the heaviest in there, tearing a great hole in the
the brief, bizarre history of air- plane's side. Front, a guerrilla organization.
plane hijackings. "For the next few minutes it was
Six of the sky pirates were killed like a nightmare," the passenger
continued. "Bullets were flying
aboard the plane. The seventh was ywere
mortally wounded during the shoot- ever frr. The plane was full of
out and died later in a hospital. An smoke from the explosion. BloodAftrert
Ethopin Arlies tatmen sad'was all over the place. After theG
Ethiopian Airlinesstatement sai eosion t h n drpe lke ad'
the entire hijack squad had been eloWenthepaedoedlkaQ
wipedtout. ston hought it was the end."
wiped out. As the bloody gunbattle raged'
Nine people-five passengers, two behind him, the Ethiopian pilot, "
security guards and two steward- safely locked in his control cabin,
esses-were hospitalized for in- wrenched the plane under control
juries received in the lethal cross- and, with one engine dead and
fire of bullets and grenade frag- rudder control temporarily lost, thru
ments. brought the jet safely down to!
Ninety-four passengers were Addis Ababa, 25 minutes after its
aboard the jet as it took off from The seven who died were be-
Addis Ababa on a flight to Paris. -
Thirteen minutes after takeoff, theI
drama began. 2 DA
A man, armed with a gun and a
hand grenade, appeared at the - HOMEMAD
division between the economy and ' Choreographed byt
firet r1.*..,, "4,, 54?rhi ie.. .ArCnAt'^ A

Illnesses and Deaths
Due to EMPHYSEMA
New emphysema patients
seen by private physi-
cians almost doubled
in five years:
460,000
267,000
1965 * 197o

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Emphysema deaths up
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CINEMA
SAT. SUN.
THE ORIGINAL DRACULA
NOSFERATU
1922, Dir. by F.W. Mur-
nau, the classic director
of German expressionism.
The Vampire is conquer-
ed not by technology but
by the sacrifice of a
"pure" woman.
With Donald Sosin ac-
companying a the piano
at 7 o'clock only.
Architecture
Auditorium
7 & 9p.m. 75c
lip

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AP Photo
Pleasant dreams.
A young South Vietnamese refugee tries to sleep during a break in his family's flight down Route 13.
Many such families have been driven from their homes by the continued fighting.
ALL SYSTEMS 'GO':

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Christmas Ss . It's
mater of life and t i
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DE DANCE
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Apollo 17

corrects course

rst cass compartments. "S s is
a hijack," he shouted. "Stay in

By The Associated Press and Reuters rison Schmitt and Ronald Evans layed launch of Apollo 17 on Thurs- your seats."
HOUSTON-The Apollo 17 astro- conducted the firing 147,000 miles day, when it got away from Cape
nauts yesterday moved into a pre- from earth, triggering the big en- Kennedy almost three hours late No sooner had he said it was
cise course for tomorrow's ren- gine for two seconds to steer off because of a computer problem. a hijacking when one of the secur-
dezvous with the moon after a a collision course with the moon To make up for lost time and to ity guards opened fire, wounding
momentary burst from the com- onto a path that will take them to get the astronauts to the moon on the man. He staggered, but man-,
mand ship's rocket engine flawless- an orbit within 70 miles of lunar the original timeline, Mission Con-_
ly accomplished a needed course surface. trol had them rocket out of earth The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
correction. The rocket firing removed one of orbit at a higher speed than aged by students at the University of
Eugene Cernan, geologist Har- the continuing effects of the de planned. Michigan. News phone: 764-0562, second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
That firing, however, was slightlyiigan 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor,
off course and aimed Apollo 17 Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
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pact firing yesterday resolved the prob- carrie (campus area); $11 local maill
lem. (in Mich. or Ohio); $13 non-local mail
MOSCOW (Reuters)-Pres. Sal- of expanded Soviet economic and ! With the spaceships functioning (other states and foreign).
vador Allende of Chile left here technical aid in talks with Krem- without trouble, Cernan, Schmitt Summer Session published Tuesday
yesterday for the Ukrainian capi- lin leaders. through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
and Evans were able to relax and tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
tal of Kiev after receiving pledges Hernan Santa Cruz, a Chilean rest for the demanding six days area); $6.50 local mail (in Mich. or
diplomat who took part in the ahead in the vicinity of the moon. Ohio); $750 non-local mail (other
three days of talks, said a joint The engine will be fired again states and foreign).
communique to be issued later at 2:49 p.m. tomorrow to place the
,i } .:would include a "very categorical astronauts in orbit above the lunar?
statement" about future Soviet surface.

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ATTNTIONI

KAG FKK A CoMPA5S ANDV A KULE
Choreographed by CAROL RICHARD
TWO PERFORMANCES
7 & 9 P.M. SAT., DECEMBER 9
BARBOUR GYMNASIUM ON NORTH UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR

aid.
He added credits previously
promised to Chile as far back as
1969 would be activated, and new
credits granted.
Allende has also received
promises of help for industrial
construction and training, agri-
culture, fisheries and mining, he
said.
Santa Cruz denied reports that
the question of Soviet marketing
of Chile's copper-resources had
been discussed.
Allende reportedly met with
Communist Party chief Leonid
Brezhnev, Pres. Nikolai Pod-
gorny and Premier Alexei Kosy-
gin for a third and final 'round of
talks.

Yesterday Cernan and Schmitt
also made the first post-launch in-
spection of the lunar lander
"Challenger" in which they will'
descend to the Tauruslittrow region
of the moon on Monday.
RADIO KING
and His court
of rhythm'
lFRI. SAT. SUN.
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from DWAIN ESPER,
producer of "FREAKS!"
SINISTCR
a short on dope-smoking
in Egypt in the 1930's
Douglas Fairbanks Sr. as "Coke
Ennyday" the addicted detec-
tive in hot pursuit of the dope
smuggling gang in
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LEAPING FISH"
(1916)
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