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Do you believe in 'Magic'
If you were taken in by the April fools Sports page with it's
erroneous article on Earvin "Magic" Johnson's suspension, relax, you
weren't the only one duped. The folks at MSU, who may be noted for
their naivete, also fell for the ruse that their basketball team's star
had been recruited illegally. The Spartans got a copy of the article and
the immediate reaction was "I don't believe we got caught!" One MSU
coed, when reading the erroneous charges that Earvin was bribed
with free season tickets, braces forhis little sister Mystic, and a credit
card to the Ace Hardware Store, commented, "Well, we did it, we
deserve it!" In fact, none of the Spartans considered the story may
even bea prank. Maybe they know something we don't ...
Happenings.. .
... maKe the whole day worthwhile, especially when they kick off
with something as exciting as an 11 a.m. talk by MIT's Richard Laton
on "Device ' and Circuit Development" at 4037 E.
Engineering ... today is not the day to eat a big lunch because there
simply isn't enough time. At noon and 4 p.m., Sociocinema presents.
"Barefoot Doctors of China" (that's a film, not actual M.D.s) in MLB
3 ... "The Importance ani Meaning of Negotiations between Egypt
and Israel", will be discussed at noon by Richard Mitchell in the Inter-
national Center's Rec room. . . learn all about "Garnsey Bison Site,
Roswell, New Mexico" from John Speth in 2009 Museums. Get there
early or there won't be any seats left ... Pianist Lynn Mackey
presents "Music at Mid Day", PAIC, Union, again at noon. . . 4he'
wait is at last over! In 165 Chrysler Alfred Beeton will finally tell
everything about the "Influence of Aquatic Macrophytes on the
Chemistry and Productabilityof Lake Skadar; Yugoslavia" Sounds.
fishy. . . stop by the Union's Pendleton Room at 4 p.m. to hear a
poetry reading by Edmund Keeley. . . also at 4 is an absolute must for
all bioengineers. John Deller of the Kresge Hearing Research In-
stitute talks about "Acoustical Techniques in. Speech Signal
Processing")n 5804 Med Sci. II . . . meet U.S Senate candidate Carl
Levin at 7:3fi'n conference room 6 in the Union,.. Dr. A. Odlyzko of
Bell Labs talks about "Modular Forms and Sphere Packings" at
7:30. . . in room 3227 Angell. . . add some music to your evening at 8
pm. with either the American Trio at Rackham or the Varsity Band at
Hill Auditorium.
The Daily wishes to apologize for its reference to convicted mur-
derer Ricky Wayne Wilson in the April Fools issue. We realize the ar-
ticle was in poor taste, and again, we are sorry.
On the outside .
We are currently proving the theory that the weather in Ann Arbor
is radically djfferent every day. After freezing in yesterday's sleet, get
ready for a switch. Today will be mostly sunny, breezy, and warm.
The high will be between 65 to 68. Tonight some clouds will appear with
a chance of thundershowers and a low of 56 to 59. Tomorrow will be
partly cloudy and cooler, high in the'low 50s. Chances of rain: 30 per-
cent today and 60 percent tonight, 40 percent tomorrow.

Kin .
Today marks the tenth anniver-
sary of the death of civil rights
leader Martin Luther King, Jr. King
was assassinated while standing on
the balcony of his room at the
Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Ten-
nessee. .
Thousands march to
commemorate King
By The Associated Press
Thousands of persons are to march in Cleveland at the City Hall rotunda
downtown Memphis, Tenn., today in yesterday, and an ecumenical
what is expected to be the largest ob- memorial service was scheduled for
servance in the country of the 10th an- today at the Trinity Episcopal Church.
niversary of the death of Dr. Martin All of the city's more than 800
Luther King Jr. clergymen were invited for the service
The march, sponsored by the today to be conducted by Bishop John
American Federation of State, County H. Burt of the Episcopal Diocese of
and Municipal Employees Local 1733, is Cleveland.
one of several activities in Memphis The observances in Memphis were
and other cities marking the date the scheduled to begin last night with a ser-
civil rights leader was shot on a motel vice at the Mason Temple Church of
balcony while in Memphis in support of God in Christ Church, where King
a sanitation strike, delivered his last speech. From there, a
James Earl Ray pleaded guilty to group marched to the Lorraine Motel,
killing King and is serving a 99-year where King was shot, for a 24-hour
sentence at Brushy Mountain State vigil.
Prison at Petrol. He later recanted his High school students from Memphis
confession. and Shelby County were invited to a
The Rev. James Lawson, a leader of rally this morning at the Cook Conven-
the 1968 sanitation workers strike and tion Center in memory of King's life
now pastor of Holman United Methodist and work. The Rev. Jesse Jackson,
Church in Los Angeles, will lead the director of Operation PUSH, was to ad-
commemoration in Memphis. dress the rally.
In Atlanta, Coretta King, the civil
rights leader's widow, Martin Luther
King Sr., and other members of the
family, will lay a wreath on King's+
tomb. A family spokesman said a brief
statement will be issued.
A march was planned in Gadsden, Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., 7-9
Ala., to honor King and to bring atten- Sat., Sun., Wed.,1-3-5-7-9
tion to demands among some blacks
that six policemen be suspended. A
county grand jury cleared the six in the
fatal shooting of a 27-year-old blackU
following a high-speed chase.4
A memorial tribute was held in P ©,s~72THC NTURY-FOXA
Daily Official Bulletin.
Tuesday.April 4, 1978_
Electrical/Computer Eng.: Richard Laton, MIT,
"Device and Circuit Development," 4073 E.-Eng., i1 All. . . .
Museum of Anthropology: John Speth, "Garnsey TODAY AT
Bison Site, Roswell, New Mexico," 2009 Museums, 1-3:30-6:00-8:30
Great Lakes/Marine Waters: Alfred Beeton, "In-I
fluence of Aquatic Marcophytes on Chemistry and
Productability of Lake Skadar, Yugoslavia," 165°
Chrysler, 4 p.m.
Bioengineering: John Deller, Kresge Hearing THIRD
Research Institute, "Acoustical Techniques in
Speech Signal Processing," 5804 Med. Sci. II, 4 p.m.
Physics: W. E. Blumberg, Bell Labs., "Applica-
tions of X-ray Absorption, to Biological Systems," 296
Dennison, 4 p.m.
Music School: American Trio. Rackham Aud:
Varsity Band, Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
Volume LXXXVI No.146 Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri,7-9
Tuesday, April 4.1978 Sat., Sun., Wed., 1-3-5-7-9
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