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Page 2-Thursday, April 13, 1978-The Michigan Daily
MSA election ends
By MARK PARRENT
April, 1973. Almost 6,000 students voted
A record 5,000 to 5,500 students voted inthat election.
in the Michigan Student Assembly Koo said ballot validation and coun-
(MSA) election which ended yesterday, ting is a "long involved and com-
but no results were expected until plicated-process," and declined to
sometime to ut yesterday, the last estimate when the full results of the
Suda n turouthre esdeydeti he ast election would be known. Central
day of the three day election, was again Student Judiciary must then certify the
relatively high, according to MSA of- results before they become official.
ficials. Students voted for the MSA president,
ASSISTANT ELECTION Director vice president, and school and college
Emily Koo said between 5,000 and 5,500 representatives to MSA in the election.
students voted in the election. Some They also decided several ballot
3,300 students cast votes in the first two questions, including .funding for legal
days of the election. aid services.
This is the highest turnout in a This election was the scene for some
student government election since the of the most vigorous student political
hotly-contested Student Government compaigning in recent years.

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Cacaphonous congas Doily Photo by WAYNE CABLE
Two musicians bang out a ballad to spring in age-old style near the Nat Sci parking lot.
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YPSILANTI, Mich.-Thirteen-year-
old Ricky Templeton has arthritis but
was looking forward to throwing away
his crutches in about three weeks. Now
it will be much longer than that.
He was seriously injured Tuesday in
the bus crash at Inaha, Ga., that killed
three fellow members of the Ypsilanti
Boy's Club and injured 16.
RICKY'S PARENTS rushed to his
hospital bedside in Albany, Ga.,
Tuesday with the cooperation of several
police departments and an ariline. Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Templeton were taken by
state police to Detroit Metropolitan
Airport, where Delta Airlines held up
its flight to Atlanta until they arrived.
Meanwhile, arrangements were
made with the Georgia State Police,
who had patrol cars standing by at the
airport and drove the Templetons to the
hospital at speeds up to 100 mph.
JACQUES TATI'S
M. Hulot's Holiday
Not since Chaplin have we had such
a subtle master of mimed comedy
mixed with sight gags. Tati, an ec-
centric teacher, causes consterna-
tion on his seaside vacation at the
Grand Prix in Cannes. 1953.
Fri: Woman of the Year
Sat: Arsenic and Old Lace
CINEMA GUILD
TONIGHT AT 7:00 & 9:05
OLD ARCH ALUD.
$1.50

boys' clu
When Ricky first was told by the doc-
tor that he had rheumatoid arthritis in
his right leg and would have to give up
baseball, he took it hard, according to
his parents.
BUT THE PAINFUL swelling in his
leg soon got better, so much better that
the doctor told Ricky he could join the
Boys Club on a trip to Florida's Disney
World this week as long as he took one
crutch.,
Tuesday night, Ricky lay in the
hospital bed, his face a swollen mass of
blood and stitches, with one long bruise.
His thoughts were foggy from a con-
cussion and painkillers.,
"He woke up while we were there,"
said his father. "He told us the nurses
wouldn't listen to him when he com-
plained that he was too hot with the
covers on."
A PRIVATE PLANE was bringing
the bodies of the dead back to Ypsilanti,
and a bus was chartered to return the 37
others who were not hurt in the ac-
cident:
The bus carrying the 56 Boys Club
members apparently lost its braking
power, skidded and turned over at a
highway rest stop.
Nine people remained hospitalized
yesterday.
Six of,the injured were hospitalized at
Turner County Hospital in Ashburn,
two in Tifton and one in Albany.
KILLED IN THE accident Tuesday
were Jasen Freeman, 11; Sam Bates,

b erash
11, and Anthony Lee Sablowski, 13, of
Ann Arbor.
They had been driving all night and
had just taken a break when the ac-
cident occurred about 9 a.m.
"I was sitting on an inside window
when we started tipping over," said 17-
year-old Gerald Crow. "People were
screaming and falling all over me. We
went over and over. I crawled out a
window when we stopped and then star-
ted pulling my buddies out."
Listed in critical condition were
Leroy Thrice, 17, Anthony Fuller, 12,
and Ricky Templeton, 13, all of Yp-
silanti.
THE BUS DRIVER, who was hurt,
was identified as Susan Condon, 24, of
Ypsilanti.
Thirty-eight victims were examined
at Turner County Hospital and 16 were
admitted. Thirteen other youths were
taken to Palmyra Park Hospital for
treatient.
Mark Dixon, 17, was one of the youths
pinned inside the bus for 20 minutes
before he was cut free. "I could hear a
lot 'of people screaming. But they are
going to be all right. I just know it. All I
could think of was the pain in my legs,"
he said.
Thirteen-year-old Larry Miller was
riding in a van with one of the foui
counselors and saw the bius crash.
"They just turned over twice before
that big tree just stopped everything."

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in cooperation with the
WASHTENAW COUNTY CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Presents The
1978 SPRING HOME
& BUILDER'S SHOW
*APRIL 14, 15 & 16

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978
Daily Calendar:
Guild House: Poetry reading, Golda M. Ear, Bar-
bara Hagler and Julie Nord reading their works, 802
Monroe,7:30 p.m.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB 763-4117
-Franklin Park Towers, Southfield. Mi. Opening for
Life FGuard must have WSI or Senior Lifeguard cer-
tificate. Also, good opening for handyman. Details
available.
Williams Research, Walled Lake, Mi. Opening for
student in accounting who has completed junior
year. Full-time opening for indus. engr. (BA).
Details available.
Muscular Dystrophy Camp, Decatur, Mi. seeking

volunteer worker for one week (June 17 - June 23).
Excellent experience for student in handicapped
field. Room, board and trans. from AA -provided.
Further details available.
Parkway Nursery, Ypsi. Landscape maintenance
work. Good sdalary. Need car to et to and from
work. Details available.
Kostecke & Associates, Wixom, Mi. Opening for
civil engr. who has completed junior year. Opening
for senior part-time in same field.
Herman Miller, Holland. Mi. Opening for Market
Analysis (MA) Within driving distance of AA.
Denny Associates, Canton-near Plymouth.
Opening for student in landscaping design also main-
tenance job opening. Details available.
Crystal Lake Marina, Beulah, Mi. Openings for
store work - waiting on customers - selling mer-
chandise - light clerical work. Starts at minimum
wage.

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