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THE MICHIGAN DAiL ,

Saturday, October 30, 1976

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

JUDGE
ROBERT L.
for
Appeals Court
Judge Evans is Endorsed:
" "Outstanding" - Detroit
Bar Association
" "Outstanding" - Wolverine
Bar Association
" "Superior"-Urban Alliance
* United Auto Workers
* AFL-CIO

Festive air marks
11 ma InAh m fun

happenings ...

Judge vans'
Qualifications Include:
* Judge, Recorders Court
(Eight Years)
" Judge, Inkster Municipal
Court (2 years)
* Trial Attorney (Ten Years)

(Continued from Page 1)
Accordingly, UAC has planned
no events at all for alumni.
Instead, the Alumni Association
has planned an All-Alumni
Homecoming picnic and reunion
as they have done in previous
years.
"WHAT WE mainly want,"
Lee explains, "is to get people
out of the libraries and away
from the books. Let them have
a couple of fun, crazy days."
UAC is updating Homecoming
to fit the mood of the students
these days. For example, there
will be no Homecoming queen
reigning over a formal dance

Paid for by the Committee for Judge Evans

1I utlContinued from Page 3 man-show is a little rough coder (Robert Redford) in New
gll excursion into truth vs. illusion around the edges, but in some York City innocently uncovers
and individual guilt. Director ways superior to his more opu- a Middle East code, and, is sub-
anymore. This year, students Jan Kadar builds a spellbinding lent later efforts. * sequently hurtled into terror
will hustle at a masquerade erotic montage of fantasy and Bananas - (Ann Arbor Film when his six co-workers are
disco tonight at the union. reality as the fisherman is Co-op, MLB 3, 7, 8:45 & 10:30) gunned down - apparently by
Lee also hopes that Michigan's drawn inexorably out of his ex- - Sex-starved New Yorker other CIA operatives. The
number one football team will istence and into a maze of night- Fielding Mellish seeks to im- film's murky political angle is
add to interest among stu- mares and destruction, Kadar is prove his station in life, and improbable but when it concen-
dents concerning Homecoming. a sorcerer of blended sight and somehow winds up dictator of a trates on its thriller aspects
'We're really banking on sup- sound, and the results here are small Latin American country. Condor proves surprisingly mal-
port from the game," to en- simply staggering. Woody Allen's most disjointed leable. ***
courage. participation in Home- Please don't pass up one of film is also his funniest; the neg- . EVENTS
coming activities among stu- the few opportunities you'll get ligible plot is offset by such an Ark - Rosalie Sorrels, 9.
dents explained Lee. to see this incredible film. hysterical series of gags and Camelot - Musket Produc
UNIVERSITY President Rob- Chances are Adrift's images y situations that one really can't tions, see Thurs. Events.
ben Fleming feels the reason will haunt you long after memo- stop laughingl ong enough to ! Open Hearth Extra-Eury-
Homecoming isn't greeted with ries of Altman, Coppola and the follow what story there is. ** thmy demonstration noon, Pen-
the great enthusiasm that it like have faded. **** Three Days of the Condor - dleton Rm. of Union.
once was when he was an un- Hollywood Cartoons - (Cine- (Mediatrics, Nat. Sci. Aud., 7 Oedipus the King-PTP, 8:30,
dergraduate, is basically be- ma Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05) & 9:45) - An obscure CIA de- Power Center.
cause students have many alter- - A collection of some of the
native interests these days. best of the Disney and Warner
"There are so many activi- studios.
ties that are of interest to stu- Take the Money and Run - s t ik e vo te
dents these days, that this just (Ann Arbor Film Co-op, MLB 4,U FOnstrikev o te
isn't a big event. But in a lit- 7, 8:45 & 10:30) - A chronicle
tle college back then, -events of evil con Virgil Starkwell's de-
like this were a big thing," scent into crime and degrada- en d s- ta
Fleming notes. ition. Woody Allen's first one-
paid political adv. (Continued from Page 1) ics, Bob Milbrath. He also sug-
SHOULD THE rank and file gested a negative response from
mandate a walk-out - which the membership will indicate a
would require at least a two- "lack of communication be-
thirds majority and no less than tween members and stewards."
GEORGE STEEH, a native of Washtenaw County, is a 600 yes votes - picket lines Stewards act as liasons be-
graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. could paint the campus as ear- tween union members inindi-
He had experience in the Genesee County Prosecutor's ly as Tuesday morning, Nov. 2. vidual departments within the
Office, the best in the state and one of the finest in the In the event of such an out- University and GEO executives.
nation. He rose quickly to the position of Senior Assistant come, contract talks could be It is still possible that a set-
Prosecuting Attorney and held one of three policy-making suspended. "We may decide on tlement can be reached before
positions among 31 assistant prosecutors: Monday with our advisory com- the strike deadline as the last
He has had extensive experience in all aspects of a modern mittee not to bargain while ditch bargaining session is
prosecutor's office, including felony and misdemeanor trials they're carrying on an illegal scheduled for Monday.
and appeals, probate, civil, and juvenile court work. strike," said Forsyth. "It could still be settled in
Most importantly, he effectively managed an Economic Under Mich l
Crime Unit with a staff and ere od orMichtie sigan law state em- ;one day," Forsyth speculated,
Crie Uit itha saffandcase load more than twice as ployesn are not permitted to} "but ..te aet oedw
large as the entire Washtenaw County Prosecutor's office..yd ... they have to come down
Under STEEH'S leadership, the unit gained national ac- strike. I to the real world."
claim from criminal justice professionals and the news
media, including national CBS News. HOWEVER, should the mem- But Moran cautioned, "I m
STEEH is a recognized leader in developing innovative bership reject strike as a re- not too hopeful about Monday
approaches to confront the crime problem. He helped course, "it would indicate these considering their attitude to-
develop a rape crisis center, victim assistance programs issues aren't very important to day."
for sexual assault victims, a community-based crime pre- the membership and we'll prob-
ventionprogram, and a budget and credit counseling pro- ably have to take steps to make The Red Sea gets its color
gram. He is the only law enforcement representative from
the state of Michigan on the National Economic Crime more movement, said GEO1 from the billions of tiny red
Project. He is an organizer of a national project to act on Special Bargainer on Econom- plants that grow in It.
the special crime problems of senior citizens.
GEORGE STEEH will bring a total commitment to the iob.
He will provide the leadership and action we nee~d from
our prosecuting attorney.
VOTE IDN IGHT
at the ADNESS
ICHIGAN
GEORGE
GERGEWhen VINCENT PRICE
.y R. meets EDGAR ALLEN POE
DEMOcRAT for
PROSECUTING A AORNEY meets ROGER CORMAN
IN
Paid for by Steeh for Prosecuting Attorney "THE HOUSE
1 A L A dUUON&

Shirley Burgoyne for C Judge
(NEW JUDGESHIP)
Graduate, U. of M. Law School, 1956
* Trial attorney with special interests in crim-
inal and divorce matters
.. Author, "Child Custody and the Rule of Com-
mon Sense," published by the Bureau of
National Affairs, August 3, 1976, FAMILY
LAW REPORTER.
Vote for the candidate
with positive plans.
Equal justice and good communication with
plans to evolve a firm and consistent sentencing
pat'ern.
ATTACK CRIME WITH JUSTICE
Shirley Burgoyne for Circuit Court Committee
Monica Hopp, Treasurer
PD. POL. ADV.
[1\PPIHALLO4E
5tAS

Guarneri Quartet - Musical
Society, Rackham Aud., 8:30.
Bandorama - Musical School,
Hill Aud., 8.
Jazz trio -.Roots, University
Club, Union,' 8:30.
BARS
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
time, after 8.
Casa Nova - Tom Sabada,
C&W, 9, no cover.
Golden Falcon - Melodioso,
Latin jazz, 9:30.
Mr. Flood's Party - Coun-
try Folk, country, 9:30.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys,
bluegrass, 10.
Rubaiyat - Celebration, 9, no
cover.
Second Chance - Blaze, rock,
9:30.
Frats'
clash a
(Continued from Page 1)
hapless Falcon to defeat the
"North" team with 179.4.
A crowd of about 300 played
Romans to the fraternity gladi-
ators, screaming "Get down on
it!" or "Kill that mother" as
the contestants shattered glass
and punched holes in fenders.
Several stayed around after-
wards to take a swing or two
themselves.
'LOOK AT THAT GUY,"
gawked one spectator, pointing
to a husky contestant who was
fingering his sledge. "He looks
like he's been in prison, or down
in the salt mines."
Other onlookers distanced
themselves from the spectacle
by discussing strategy. "The
best thing is to work around the
edges, not go for the center like
everybody's going to," asserted
one man.
"I like the glass, myself,"
said another. "That's going to
be cool.".
THE CARS were purchased
from a scrap dealer for $75, and
will be towed back to the scrap
heap afterwards. The windows
were taped and gas emptied
from the tanks to prevent in-
juiries.
Trophies made of beer cans
were awarded.by Stroh's Brew-
ing Co. But it was the primal
experience of rending and tear-
ing and tearing which con-
testants were chielfly interested
in - one "North" team support-
er ran about yelling "Wanton
destruction!" Perhaps, as Tim
Griffin of the Evans Scholars
suggested, it had "something
to do. with midterms."
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 45
Saturday, October 30, 1976
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