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Sunday, November 21, 197f
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 2'!, 197~
I RADIOACTIVITY LEVELS STAB]
$2.50 Student Tickets Fallout blown
aailable for theFa o tw
Opera production of y UPI and AP tion.
Robert Ward's High altitude winds carried AN NOAA spokesperson in
radioactive fallout from a Chi- Washington, D.C., said the air
nese atomic bomb explosion mass was movingdsoutheasterly
'r c r u c i " across the Pacific Northwest and was expected to be over
('yesterday, but federal officials. the Atlantic Ocean by tonight.
BASED ON said their only worry was that The projected path of the air
Arthur Miller's some radioactivity might fall to mass would take it over the
play Earth if it encountered a rain Midwest and the Southeast.
cloud. Federal officials said they an-
NOV. 18-21---8 P.M.Preliminary checks in the ticipated no problems, but they
Seattle area indicated' no in- said rain could wash some ra-
AT THE ( crease in radiation levels, ac- dioactive material out of the
cording to the National Oceanic! air mass. In case of rain, food-
LY D I A M E N D E LSSO H N T H EAT ERand Atmospheric Administra- I stuffs on the ground could be
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE MEN-
DELSSOHN BOX OFFICE The Modern Hebrew Division,
' Dept. of Near Eastern Studies
Student I.D. required for Student Ticket Price
is sponsoring a showing of the 1973 movie
_ MY MICHAL
Jubilant Wolverine fanatics
finally get a chance to crow
contaminated, but a normal
washing would eliminate any (Continued from Page 1) third screwdriver, she remark- Others were shaken by the
danger, according to an EPA Even in the hallowed Law ed, "the drinks are better than sieht of a student being serious-
spokesperson. Quad about 50 students gather- the game." ly injured in the traffic on
"The radioactive debris is ex- ed before the communal tele- A group of South Quad's Tay- South University.
pected to remain at high alti- vision and drank from a keg for House crazies seized the A FEW hard-core types ln-
tude level and have little effectI provided by their student sen- traffic island in the center of gered on at the intersection of
on ground level, except for post ate. Their cheers were just as South State St. Fifteen min- Church and South University.
si gro aeas , e nit pes- loud as those heard in the un- utes after the game was over Standing in the littered street
Statyetw" aEnironent edrdergrad dorms but they were the traffic sign there had fallen they waved their bottles at
States," an Environmental Pro- unable to sustain them as long victim to their enthusiasm. It passing cars and defied them
tection Agency spokesperson in as their younger counterparts. was a rare case of serious van- to nass.
Washington said. The two areas Preparations for the game dalism in a day that could have Hoards of fans with their in-
he listed were: started early. With the rising been much worse. dex fingers raised high and
* Four southeastern states: of the sun there were stereos CARS WERE driven on the shouting, "we're number one,"
Florida, Georgia, South Carolina blaring "Hail to the Victors" sidewalks around campus, flocked to Crisler Arena to meet
and North Carolina. A potential from the windows of several through the Diag and back out. their "conquering heroes" upon
storm system could bring rain, dorms. I The gang on the Tau Kappa J their return from Columbus.
which might pick up some ra- OUTSIDE Dooley's a line be- Epsilon (TKE) fire truck had But the fans had been misin-
dioactive material. gan forming at 8:30 a.m. for to get off and push when its formed, and while they waited
* Four Great Lakes states: the 11:45 opening. engine blew. patiently at Crisler, Bo and the
Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois "I got here early for two Within an hour things had teamwreturned to Yost Arena,
and Indiana. Predicted snow s s unaware of the reception that
reasons : first, to get a good quieted down. Many people had wslne o hm
flurries have "some possibility seat to watch the game and sec- gone back to their sets to watch sd r
of interacting yith the radioac- ond, to be close to the bar," the second televised game and
tive material and bringing it to said LSA sophomore Sue Pies- find out who the Wolverines will
earth." trak. But as she sipped her meet in the Rose Bowl. G ran d
Utah law may free Gilmore Hotel is
ODED KOTLER and EFRAT LAVI
Based on a novel by AMOS OZ,
one of Israel's prominent young writers.
IN HEBREW WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
MONDAY, Nov. 22
Aud. A, Angell Hall
(Continued from Page 1)
He was sentenced to die for
the murder of a Provo motel
clerk during a robbery last July.
He is also charged with murder
in connection with another Pro-
vo-area robbery the night before
Ithe clerk was slain.
WOOTTON noted that Gilmore
was to have been executed last
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pardon board could consider the ed to carry out an apparent
case. The board could commute suicide pact on Tuesday. Both
the sentence to life imprison- were found unconscious - Gil-
ment or refer the case back to more in his cell and Barrett in
court for rescheduling of the her Springville apartment.
execution. BOTH WERE hospitalized for
If this action is not taken be- treatment of drug overdoses,
fore Dec. 7, "this case could; and both recovered. Gilmore'
come to an extremely illogical was returned to Utah State Pri-
conclusion," Wootton wrote. son, and Barrett was admitted
The pardons board planned to to Utah State Hospital Friday.
review the matter last Wednes- Doctors said Barrett, 20, was
day, but Gilmore and his girl in a state of depression and that
friend, Nicole Barrett, attempt- she still planned to carry out
'her pact with Gilmore, 35.
Prison officials, on orders from
ADVENTURE doctors and from Barrett's fan-
A E NT U R ily, refused to allow Gilmore toi
ith telephone Barrett on Friday, and
h of Spirit" the prisoner began a hunger
bti hich continned on es-
Monday and that no other sen-
tence has been imposed. The
execution was stayed by Gov.
Calvin Rampton so that the
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GORDON R. CLARKE, of Milwaukee,
Member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship
A FREE TALK
on: Monday, Nov. 22-8 p.m.
in: the Christian Science Church
at: 1833 Washtenow, Ann Arbor
(child care provided)
sirme w11G cUtL1UUU yc
The next scheduled meeting
of the pardons board is Dec. 6,
but in light of the Dec. 7 execu-
tion date cited by Wootton, Gil-
more's attorney, Tom Jones;
said he would ask for an earlier
hearing, preferrably on Wed-
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"Sometimes it's like we wer
working as they did 50 years
Another problem is that the
ferry boats stop running Dec.
23 and don't start again until the
"WE'RE planning on using
sleds towed by snowmobiles to
bring equipment across the ice
during January and February,"
The construction project, ex-
pected to cost $200,000, will add
five rooms to the hotel's current
608, which can house 1,350
The Grand, which looks out on
the Straits of Mackinac between
Lake Michigan and Lake Huron,
is open between May and Octo-
ber. Presidents Truman, Ken-
nedy and Ford were guests, as
was Jack Benny and every
Michigan governor since the
1930s. MGM filmed "This Time
for Keeps." starring Ester Wil-
liams. at the hotel in the 1940s.
Construction work began when
the hotel closed this fall and Bos
and his crew are hurrying to
finish the job before the hotel
opens for the summer season.
"Normally, on a job like this.
we would have steel cranes and
get ready-mix concrete in trucks.
Here we use a block and tackle
to lift sections into place and
use a small electric-driven ce-
ment mixer," Bos said.
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Sunday, November 21, 1976
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Sunday, November 21, 1976
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