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Cannon kills frat man

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Bike-a-thon abbreviated
If you read about Sunday's March of Dimes Bike-a-Thon but
decided the 14- and :2-mile laps of the course just weren't your cup of
machine oil, you've got no alibi left. For safety reasons the course has
been trimmed to ope 15-mile lap, starting on the Diag. Bikers will then
proceed west on Miller Rd. to Zeeb Rd, South on Huron River Dr., to
Delhi Park, back along the river to Main St. and from there along Ann
St. back to the Diag. Actually, you may still have one alibi if you're not
an early riser - the bike-a-thon leaves campus at 8 a.m.
Happenings...
are a bit on the light side today, beginning at 11 a.m. in Room
3513 E. Engin.,1Dr. Andre Furtado will give a lecture entitled "Aca-
demics in Prison: Babes in the Woods" ... rally 'round the Diag at noon
in support of the protesters at Kent State ... at 4 p.m. in Rm. 400 C.C.
Little, Prof. Stephen Kesler will lead a seminar entitled "Mexican-
Fluorite Deposits - Economics and Origins" ... at 4:10 p.m. in Aud. C
Angell Hall, the English Dept. presents a lecture by British Prof.
Frank Pinion ... the Organizing Committee for Clericals will meet at
5:30 p.m. at 801 S. Forest ... the Autumn Festival features a Cake and
Awards Celebration at 7:30 p.m. in the Ann Arbor Public Library ..
and don't forget you can still sign up for Project Community, which is
offering two to four credits for work in the Community. Drop by Rm.
2204 of the Union, or call 763-3548 for details.
This little piggy was stolen
Someone in Wauchula, Fla.; is bringing home the bacon at Jean
Burton's expense. Burton's 150-pound hog, named Little Pig, was pig-
napped from her property and the mourning oinker owner is offering a
$100 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the
thief. Burton said she's raised the five-month-old, white-banded, red
boar hog on a baby bottle since April. Little Pig was born along with 12
other piglets, but his mother was unable to care for him, Burton said.
So the.Burton family took Little Pig in, literally, allowing him to
wallow around the house with the family cat and dogs. "We were going
to keep Little Pig forever," Burton sighed. "He's gotten so close to all
of us.'
On the outside .. .
It'll be a lousy day. The partly cloudy skies that have ruined most
of this week will continue today, getting worse as the afternoon wears
on. There is also a 60 per cent chance of evening showers to go along
with today's gloomy outlook. The high will be a tepid 670, the low 520.
Sleep in.

ROLIA, Mo. (AP) - A 21-year-old
!college. student was killed when a can-
non used by a fraternity to celebrate
football victories blew up.
Randall Crustals, 21, of Florissan,
Mo., was dead on arrival at St. John's
Mercy Hospital in St. Louis where he
was transferred after being treated at
Phelps County Memorial Hospital in
Rolla. He had suffered severe head in-
juries.
At least six other persons were in-

jured Tuesday night when the cere-
monial cannon exploded as the Univer-
sity of Missouri-Rolla Kappa Alpha fra-
ternity was inducting women into its
auxiliary organization.
Susan Diehl, 18, Branson, Mo., under-
went extensive surgery for hip and
other injuries at the county hospital.
Gerald Tarr, 19, of Kansas City was op-
erated on for leg injuries. Both were
listed in satisfactory condition.

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 22, 1977-Page'3
NOON LUNCHEON
HOMEMADE SOUP & SANDWICH
50C
FRIDAY,.SEPT. 23
DAVE BOWER
DIRECTOR OF MICHIGAN CROPS
Will talk about the HUNGER WALK
GUILD HOUSE-8o2 MONROE
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Thought you were special, eh? After Gerald Ford's lecture to your
Poli Sci III class last year you wrote home to your parents, sent a post-
card to your old high school friends, and told your big brother from
Harvard that the University of Michigan was a prestigious place after
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Daily Official Bulletin

Thursday, September 22, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: "In the People's Republic," two first hand
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXvIII, No. 13
Thursday, September 22, 1077
is edited and managed by students at the University
of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second class
postage paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109. Pub-
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Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription rates:
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Summer session published Tuesday through Satur-
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$7.50 by mail outside Ann Arbor.

views of living & working in People's Republic of
China, part one, Susan Stamberg interviews Orville
Schell, author of In the People's Republic: An Ameri-
can's Firsthand view of Living and Working in
China. Second half features talk by Chinese actress,
'Chen Yuan Chi, 10 a.m.
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