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Thursday, October 14, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Venice flooding:
A grim reminder

LIVELY COLOR FOR UNION:

New mural depicts

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VENICE, Italy (RP) - Flood
waters sloshed around St.t
Mark's Square yesterday in a
grim reminder to Venetians ofj
how little has been done to pro-
tect the lagoon city that suf-
fered its worst flood 10 yearsa
ago.
Sirens wailed at dawn for the
first time this year to alert the
60,000 residents of the city's
historic center of approaching,

dry passageway for tourists and
other pedestrians.
IN THE afternoon, the water
slowly subsided.
The flood came days after the
Communist - Socialist coalition
that took over the city govern-
ment last year acknowledged
that little had been done so far
ona long-pending plan to im-
prove Venice's chances to sur-
vive the rnmhined threat of

By PATTY MONTEMURRI LAST MAY, Edwards describ- one is high "isn't necessary" for
You've got to be stoned to ed the mural as "geometric ex- a clearer perspective, "but it
understand it. pressionism, where colors evoke couldn't hurt," Purifory noted.
That appears to be the general the feelings and the vitality of "Beg high would enhance
reaction to the colorful mural' the campus. it," economics major Dennis
depicting campus landmarks "It's a picture of University Rosinski said. The mural can be
now brightening the ground floor life," said Dana Purifoy, a "whatever's in your mind. You
corridor of the Union. senior in aerospace engineering. can enjoy colors, nice angles
"I like it. I used to walk through and different focal points."
EVER SINCE its completion here last year when I lived in "Tell the artist it was a nice
last spring by 1973 University South Quad. The mural helped job," Rosinski said. "They
graduate Jessica Edwards, the liven up a drab place. hj Rs i
ldamint . % then utside of

"high water." sinking ground and rising sea mural's abstract illustration of
THE GRAY and smelly la- level.aCrisler Arena, Burton Tower, the
goon swelled to a peak of 3 Power Center, Angell Hall and
feet above average level, flood- In 1973, the Italian parliament other campus buildings has re-
ing historic sites as well as appropriated $360 million in a ceived a mixed reception.
homes of many poor Venetians massive "Save-Venice" pro- "When I first walked through
in buildings noted for their age ject to combat floods and indus- the hall, I wondered what the
but lacking protection against trial pollution and restore art hell it was," LSA senior Leslie
"the plague that comes from and homes. Brown said. "Personally, II
the sea"', as residents call the CITY AUTHORITIES s a i d think it's hideous. I can't pick
floods. out one building in the whole
The flood resulted from a just about a tenth of the monestlylot."
combation of rainstorms and on expert research. "I think it's tremendous,"I
a sirocco wind that blew for TheComsaid Stanfield Wells, generall
five days, virtually sealing the o Sociali manager of the Unionnon
alition had promised to inject i baae o h nin oig
channels through which the la-iththeUon"a'tbna-
goon discharges into the Adria- a sense of urgency to the pro- that the Union "hadn't been at-
tic Sea. ject when it defeated the long- tracing stude as,buand t mu-1
Whe hih tde ame th wa idominant Christian Democrat ral is part of the 'building's cur-
When high tide came, the .wa- at atya rent renovation geared to mak-
ter in the canals surged to ov- party last year. rnt renaion gred t
erflow through streets and But officials said the slow- ing the Union more interesting
i ~and appealing to the student,
squares. St. Mark's Square was ness stemmed in part from con- body."
flooded seven inches deep. troversies with owners of build-
Planks were set up to provide a ings who were fighting restora- "ONE STUDENT working with
tinplans allegedly infringing OESUETwrigwt
Eonp epr us suggested ivening up the
on pivae popery rght. Iwhite wall downstairs with the
NEVERTHELESS, mural, and suggested Jessica to
,: .. '.. « . , , , ; d it

Asked-whether he had any
trouble recognizing some of the
buildings in the graphic, Purifoy
pointed out a concrete park
bench painted near the artist's
signature as one item. "every-
body can pick out."
VIEWING the mural while

p1Ul PIIUp LmU luU
some of the ugly buildings
around here."
So, if your mind yearns for
creative stimulation outside of
what calculus and art history
can offer, drop by the Union and
take a long, hard look at the
mural. Try to pick out the kiosk.

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Weighed Ini
Salome is London Zoo's baby gorilla. From her birth Weight of about four pounds, she has
increased to eight pounds, twelve ounces since July 16.
HUNG JURY IN ROBBERY TRIAL:

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OPEN 10:30 to 6:30

PACKAGES AT 5% OFF

215 S. STATE (Above Little Things)

aid has been coming in stead- ao it, ne sad.
ily from abroad to restore build- "Jessica brought a model of
ings and churches. the mural around and our Board
BOSTON P - The murder-! state's felony murder law. Un- ficer's partner the day of the It isn't the defendant is guilty ments, funds raised by the U.S. gested some buildings and
armed robbery trial of Susan der the law, anyone accused of 1970 robbery. of everything. It isn't the de- A tee to Rse tralin scens the maunin for
Saxe, the anti-war activist who a crime punishable by life in Valeri's testimony dealt with fendant is not guilty of every- Art has paid for the restoration alumni since the Alumni Asso-
mdittthFB'TeMotprison can also be charged with' the role of Gilday, in the rob- thing." of painted canvases in the 17th ciation office is downstairs in
made it to the FBI's Ten Most century church of San Panta- that hall. Generally, alumni re-
Wanted list, ended yesterday in any death arising out of that bery. The testimony of the two The jury had also reported to leon. The canvases Antonio Fu- sponse to the mural has been
a hung jury and the judge de- crime. officers dealt with the space of the judge on Tuesday that they miani painted in 1680-1704 cover favorable," Wells said.
clared a mistrial. WILLIAM Gilday has been time between the robbery and were deadlocked on all thre. the church's vast ceiling, po ss Edwards, a free-lance artist no
The, panel of six men and six sentenced to life in prison for the shooting of Schroeder. indictments but the judge or-bthe hast pitn s oE r ee-lnca r r,
women deliberated nearly five the Schroeder slaying. THE DEFENSE had tried to dered them back for further ceiling in the world spent 10 months planning and
days without being able to reach Saxe is a Brandeis University establish that Gilday acted on deliberation. The whole city went under painting the graphic and re-
a verdict. The jury announced honor graduate. She faced three his own and was not part of the water_$_________r______flokd
at 3 p.m. that it was hopelessly life sentences if convicted on all robbery team when Schroeder THE MICHIGAN DAILY wat a disastero for her work
deadlocked. charges. was shot to death.VomeLX IIN. that spread damage to church- I_--- -- ----
dedlce.cags a htt et.Volume LXXXVII, No. 31 ( es, palaces and monuments as -
SUPERIOR Court Chief Jus- The jury, in a note to the The prosecution has tried to Thursday, October 14, 1976 elaces nd mouents a1
tice Walter McLaughlin then an- judge, said, "we are numb from prove that the entire robbery is edited and managed by students well to private households on I
nounced a mistrial on all the discussion and have reached scheme was a "joint action." at the University of Michigan. News Nov. 4, 1966.
charges. a point where further discus- At the request of the defense paid at Ann Arbor, Micnigan 48109 THE DISASTER prompted a;FOR
Saxe was charged with the sion" would be meaningless. McLaughlin read the jury a Published d a i1 y Tuesday through worldwide effort to save Ven- Menand W me
1970 robbery of the State Street THE JURY said its members special set of instructions Wed- Sunday mornin y during thetniver- ice. Private groups sprang up
Bank Brighton Branch. Boston "do not have and cannot fore- nesday morning before they be- sity year a 420 Maynard Street, Ann
,rbor, lic higan 48109. Subscription ,in the United States, Canada, FULL LINE OF RK
Patrolman Walter Schroeder see" any agreement on any of gan their fifth day of delibera- rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes- Britain and other Western na- PRODUCTS
was shot to death by an alleged the three indictments. tions. 'ers) $13 by mail outside Ani tions to collect funds for the {
backup man for that robbery Tk" ' -y asked to be read the The judge said, "You are Ar'umer session published Tues- restoration of Venice s trea-
team. testi~ v of confessed bank rob- aware of the fact that you have day through Saturday morning. s ires.
The 27-year-old anti-war ac- ber Robert Valeri, and Boston three separate indictments be- 8bhscriptlon rates: $6.50 in Ann The United Nations Educa- NO. 6 NICKELS ARCADE
tivist also was charged with Patrolmen Frank Trocki and fore you ... The three indict- Arbor $7.50 by mal outside A tional, Scientific and Cultural665-7894
first degree murder under that Francis Callhan, the slain of- ments - isn't one ball of wax.I Organization - UNESCO a5
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AFITER HOURS ~
50c Discount on Admission
With Student I.D.
COMING Oct. 15-17
CHEAP TRICK
HOURS: Fri. & Sat. 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
WEEKLY HOURS: 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
=516 E. Liberty 994-5350

D L O AL B17ihJ~'Jg1ULILETN'ciaeorganizations to ma e easy
IDlIL' YOFFII. ~ DULL E2I T credit available. UNESCO also
put its exet
The Daily Official Bulletin is an Burns (MIT) *Understanding the of Bus. in Philadelphia and may also be cue projects.
official publication of the Univer- Mineralogy of Deep-Sea Manga- Oct. 18 - American Hospital Sup- available in Calif. & Texas. Two weeks ago, UNESCO
sity of Michigan. Notices should be Hess Nodules, A PolymetaIlic Re- ply Corp. MADEMOISELLE/COLLEGE BOARD soSrdappcnetb X
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to source of Technology," 4001 C C Lit- Oct. 19 - Stanford U.Sch of Bus /GUEST EDITOR COMPETITION sponsored a pop concert by ex-
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of tle, 4 pm. American Hospital Supply Corp. A salaried month as Guest Editor, Beatle Paul McCartney in St.
the day preceding publication and Africa '76 Week: Ama Aju Ama Oct. 19 - Stanford U./Sch. of Bus.' working with regular editors in New Mark's Square and a classica
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and "Africa & the Rest of the World," American Hospital Supply Corp. work ith retar edirinew Mark' Squar ay a assical
Sunday. Items appear once only. ; Lee Rm 2, MLB, 4 pm. Oct. 20 - Rike's, The Procter & York office. Details available at music recital by other artists
Student organization notices are Univ Club: "Sports 'n Smorgas- Gamble Distributing Co., Providence CP&P.
not accepted for publication. For bord," with Paul Schudel, asst Hospital, Lord and Ttylor. -EEC
more information, phone 764-9270. football coach, U Club, Union, 6 Oct. 21-PRE-LAW CONFERENCE
pm. - Over thirty five law schools w ill
Thursday, October 14, 1976 Africa '76 Week: "African have representatives on campusmto NO OTHER BOOK OF OUR
Dances," Schorling Aud, SEB, 7, provide information on programs,
Day Calendar pm. financial aid, and curriculum, and NOOHE^OO3F U
Cant Med Educat: Family Prac- PIRGIM: "Help Abolish Throw- admissions. All students are cordl- TIME HAS REVEALED
tice Review; Towsley Ctr, 7:30 am. aways," 4th fl, Union, 7:30 pm. ally invited to attend. 10 am. to 4 SO MUCH ABOUT THE
Panhellenic Plant Sale: Union Music Sch/Ctr Southeast Asian pm. in the Michigan League.
Ballroom, 10 ani. Studies: M L Vasanthakumari, Ku- Oct. 22 - Eastman Kodak Co HIDDEN CURRENTS
WTT T Wilson "A Cloudy marl Srivdhva "South India Mu- K-Mart Apparel.tmnKd .,__NC-ET

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Colloquium on Minorities
in the Near 'East
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14-4:00 P.M.
"The Role of Women in Near Eastern Societies"
PROF. YEDIDA K. STILLMAN, SUNY Binghamton
at M.L.B. Lecture Room 2
Sponsors: Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14-8:00 P.M.
"The Legal and Social Status of Jews Under Islam"
PROF. NORMAN A. STILLMAN, SUNY Binghamton
at HILLEL, 1429 Hill Street
Sponsors: Prigram in Judaic Studies, Hillel

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Future for Our Air Transportation
Industry," 10:10 am.
Ctr Human Growth & Develop-
ment: "The Grain Stone," 1025 An-'
gell, 11 am.
WIN Bulletin: CFW Conf Rm,
basement Admin bldg, noon.
Pendleton Arts Ctr: Open Hearth
Series, Peter Ruth "The Harmonica
Player," 2nd fl, Union, noon.
MERIT Computer Network: "In-
troduction to the MERIT NetworkI
& Its Use," 429 Mason, noon.
Behavorial Sci: John W Atkinson
"Personality & Motivation," 231 An-
gell, 1 pm.
Regents: Public discussion, Re-
gents Rm, Admin bldg, 2:30 pm.
Human Dev Ctr: Gary Wither-
spoon "Native Metaphysics in Eth-
nographic Description," W Lee Rm,
Rackham, 3 pm.
MHRI: Saul Sternberg (Bell,
Gabs. N.J.) "Transformation of Vis-
ual Memory Revealed by Search &
Recall Rates," 1057 MHRI, 3:45 pm.
Regents: Public comments, Re-
gents Rm, Admin bldg, 4 pm.
Ctr Near Eastern, N African Stu-
dies: Yedida K Stillman (asst prof-
Hebrewm SUNY - Binghamton)
"The Status of Women in Near
Eastern Society," Lec Rm 2 MLB,
4 pm.
Geology j Mineralogy : Rogert

sic & Dance," Rackham Aud, 7:30-
pm. Phone: 764-7460 for information
Chemistry: Arthur J Ashe III on the following:
"New Heteroaromatic Compounds," CEW SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOM-
1300 Chem, 8 pm. t EN available to women whose edu-
Group on Latin Issues / Concien- cation has been interrupted for at
cia Boricua: Discussion "Puerto least 24 months & who are pursu-
Rico," 1421 Hill, 8 pm. ing an academic/prof. degree pro-
PTP: Shakespeare's "Othello," gram, full/part-time.
Power Str, 8 pm. Residency in Hospital Pharmacy
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT available at Rhode Island Hospital,
RECRUITING ON-CAMPUS: Providence, R.I.
Oct. 14 - Bell System, George Fellowships and Internships for
Washington U./Law. PhD's in Clinical Psychology avail-
Oct. 15 - Columbia U./Grad. Sch. able with the Devereux Foundation
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MIME, AGAIN
WITH
Michael Filisky
r AT
DANCE SPACE
Well, the year's first workshop in mime has
drawn to a close and it's time to reserve your
space for the next session. WORKSHOPS for
beginners start SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 and a
continuing class will start early in November.
Workshop size is limited so call soon.

"CHILLING AND MONUMENTAL...
DESERVES A PLACE NEXT TO
THOSE RARE BOOKS WHICH
FORCE US TO CHANGE THE WAY
WE FEEL ABOUT WHAT WE KNOW."
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Come drink b e e r at
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PLUS
THE EMOTIONS
SUNDAY, OCT. 17-8 p.m.
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