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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, November 3, 1977-Page

IYOJSEE NWS APPENCALL716-DIY
And Toto, too
Perhaps because it may take the Wizard himself to snap the Wol-
verines out of their slump, the big blue band will take to the field Sat-
urday for a halftime version of "Wizard of Oz." The cyclone which
carried Dorothy from Kansas to the land of make-believe, the scarecrow
and the Tin Man will all be put to music, as well as a little Broadway
shuckin' 'n jivin' in the form of "East on Down the Road." But the last
half of the show, says band director George Cavender, is strictly confi-
fential. Big George's only clue is: look up. The message, he says, will be
"Dorothy surrender." "You never know," said a cagey Cavender yester-
day afternoon.' "But if you saw the movie you know something happened
in the sky." Could he mean ... could it possibly be ... would Bo allow it ... a
passing game? George won't spill.
Sick time
Rhode Island's Representative-elect William Bailey, of recent klep-
tomania fame, underwent surgery to remove a tumor of the colon yes-
terday morning at University Hospital. Bailey is presently serving a two-
year prison term at Southern Michigan Prison in Jackson. He was con-
yicted on a shoplifting charge in May of this year for stealing 31 albums
from an Algonac, Michigan store in 1973. The surgery lasted nearly five
hours and there was no report on Bailey's condition. In Lansing, the
chairman of the Michigan Parole Board said the board will meet soon to
reconsider an earlier decision denying Bailey medical parole. The 40-
year-old Democrat is hoping to return to Rhode Island soon to be sworn in
as a state representative.'After winning last year's election, Rhode
Island's attorney general ruled that Bailey could not be sworn in because
of a state constitutional provision barring convicted felons from holding
state office. Bailey has been convicted on felony charges in three other
states.
Happenings...
... or not to happenings ... at 7:15 p.m. the Christian Science Organi-
zation 'convenes in Room 4304 of the Union ... psychic healer Stern
Morgan does his thing at 7:30 at the Canterbury House, corner of
Catherine and Division ... the Reconciliation Group of Gay Christians talk
about spirituality and the liturgy at 7:30 in the Newman Center, 331
Thompson ... the Computer Club computes at 7:30 in Room 4108 of the
Union ... Walter Clark reads Robert Frost and some of his own stuff as
well as the Guild House, 802 Monroe, 7:30 ... French poet Andre Chedid
discusses "Poetry on the Move" in Lecture Room 2 of the MLB, not at
7:30. It's at 8 ... Civil rights activist Gordon Silverman speaks at 8:30 in
the UGLI multi-purpose room ... groovy Thursday.
Anita peace and quiet
Anita Bryant is bellyaching
again but the old girl is going
about it with a stiff upper lip.
"I'm not afraid, "the crusader
said of threats made by homo-
sexuals since she started her
campaign against their exist-
ence. "So they kill me. So
what?" Outside'of pies in the
eyes, chiquita Anita hasn't
been physically harassed be-
cause of her controversial v:
stand on homosexuality, but Y
se travels with a body-guardfwf
and says her family doesn't ''
dare open its rnail for fear of
bombs. While at NBC for an $ s; {
interview taping yesterday, she "
was informed that homosexu-
al demonstrators were heading
for the studio. Hubby was,
angry. "Why don't they kill usa
and get it over with?" her
asked. But despite the fear,
Bryant says she will continue
her gallant quest against gays,
sigh, no matter what it takes.
"If Ihad to do it all over, "she
said of the Dade County drive,
"I would." Bryant
On the outside ...
It's sunshine, lollipops and rain for us today. (Though I was gonna
say roses, huh?) Despite the light misty rain this morning and this
evening, there will be a high of 60* and a soft, warm wind. Expect a low
of 480 tonight and Indian Summer's obituary tomorrow. Sorry.

CAPTORS 'ONLY OUT FOR MONEY':

Tycoon
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP)
- Dutch magnate Maurits Caransa,
freed early yesterday by kidnappers
after five days of captivity, said he
negotiated his own $4.16, million
ransom with four abductors he de-
scribed as "just criminals" and not
political terrorists.
"As they said themselves, they
were only out for money," the 61-
year-old millionaire told a news con-
ference.
CARANSA SAID the four men, who
overpowered him last Friday outside
an Amsterdam hotel, drove him to a
dark cell-like enclosure within a
larger room and handcuffed him to'a
bed. They spoke to him in English
and French via intercom and wore
ski masks in face-to-face dealings.
The self-made magnate said he
gained his freedom at one-fourth the
40-million guilder ($16.64 million
ransom his captors first demanded.
"We bargained and came to the
sum of 10 million guilders," he said.
He said he wrote the board of
directors of his real estate company
Sunday and instructed them to draw

negotiated
the money from a bank and arrange POLICE C
for its delivery to the kidnappers. Toorenaar sa
HIS ADVISERS at the news confer- serial numbe
ence stopped Caransa from explain- ransom notes
ing how this was done, but the news- mistic" abou
paper Nieuws van de Dag said a Car- pers. A car b
ansa company representative deliv- the case wa
ered the money at a rendezvous Amsterdam's
outside an Amsterdam bar. Police Caransa's a
confirmed the ransom was paid. after the slay
The bearded and disheveled mil- dustrialist Ha
lionaire was put out of a car in down- the Red Ar
town Amsterdam at 1:15 a.m. yester- P
day. He yelled, "I am Caransa!
Please help me!" A woman passer-
by put him in a taxi and sent it to
police headquarters, where he was
reunited with his wife and grown
daughter.
Caransa, born of a poor Jewish
family of Portuguese descent, was
imprisoned briefly by the Nazis.
during World War II, and his parents
and two brothers died in concentra-
tion camps. He made his fortune #
selling army surplus equipment after
the war.

own ranson

hief Inspector Gerard
aid detectives knew the
ers of the 1,000-guilder
s and were "not pessi-
ut finding the kidnap-
elieved connected with
s found abandoned on
south side.
abduction came 10 days
ing of West German in-
nns-Martin Schleyer by
my Faction, a West

German terrorist organization, an
was first thought to be the workc
that group. Dutch newspapers r
ceived calls demanding the release
a Red Army Faction member jaile
in Holland in exchange for Caransa
freedom.
Caransa said his four abductor
spoke English and French and on
appeared to understand Dutch radi
broadcasts.

NOON LUNCHEON
HOMEMADE SOUP and SANDWICH 50C
Friday, November 4
Professor Bunyan Bryant:
"china; the use of small groups and how
they relate to current political issues"
GUILD HOUSE
802 MONROE (Corner of Oakland)
.aa

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Hearst~

's

robbery-
conviction
upheld
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Patricia
Hearst's 1976 conviction for armed
bank robbery was upheld yesterday by
a federal appeals court.
The 40-page decision said Hearst's
attorneys had argued that the late
U.S. District Judge Oliver Carter,
who presided at the trial, errer in ad-
mitting evidence which prejudiced the
jury by making the defendant invoke
the Fifth Amendment guarantee again-
st self-incrimination.
BUT THE- appeals court said Hear-
st's attorneys had raised the defense of
duress, contending that the Symbionese
Liberation Army members who ha kid-
napped her compelled her to take part
in the holdup with them.
MISS Hearst, 23, was sentenced to
seven years in prison for her role in the
bank robbery. On the charges stem-
ming from her activities in Los
Angeles, she received a suspended sen-
tence.
U. S. Attorney James Browning, who
prosecuted the bank robbery case, said
Hearst would remain free on bond for
the time being.
"They have 14 days to file for a
rehearing by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court
of Appeals and then another 30 days to
file a petition with the u.s. supreme
Court," Browning said.
THE MICHIIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVIII, No. 49
Thursday. November;;, 1977
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of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second class
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Thursday, November 3, 1977
,DAY CALENDAR
Physics/Astronomy: D. Hegyi, "Energy Conser-
vation as a Constraint on Relativistic Equation of
State," 2038 Randall Lab., 4 p.m.
Computing Center: "Data Base Management
Programs in MTS," Seminar Room, 1st floor, 7:30
p.m
Guild House: Walter Clark, reading Robert Frost's
and his own works, 802 Monroe, 7.30 p.n
Music School: Keiko Abe, marimbist, SM Recital
Hall, 8 p.m.
Musical Society: Lazar Berman, pianist, Hill Aud.,
8:30 p.m.
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SW.S. Silicons Corp., Adrian: Part-time opening
for BA student in systems analysis. Further details
available.
Aerospace Corp., Los Angeles, Calif.; Master of
sScience Fellowship Program open to students with
BA in engr., physics, chemistry, and computer sci-
ence. Details available.
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