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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 34, 1976

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, November 30, 1976

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Gilmore goes before parole board today Pierce demands a recount
(Continued from Page 1) Utah's capital punishment law clerk, Bennie Bushnell, during ger strike until allowed to talk (Continued from Page 1) plans to attach the proposal as sanction for recomts in congres-
If the three-member board de- is tested. a robbery in July. He also was by telephone to his girlfriend, ing had not taken account of a rider to a bill that has already sional elections "failing either
cides after its ,Tuesday morning Robert Van Sciver, one of charged with a second murder Nicole Barrett. She was commit- a 1973 U.S. Supreme Court de- passed the House. of these first two options."
hearing that Gilmore's execu several lawyers representing during a different robbery but ted to the state mental hospital cision holding that states could
tion should be rescheduled, this other inmates on Utah's death was not tried in that case. after she and Gilmore took ov- conduct recounts in congression- IN THE EVENT the proposal FINALLY, THE LAST resort
will set off a "flurry of activi- row, has said appeals aimed at GILMORE PLANS to appear erdoses of sleeping pills in an al and senatorial races (previ- is passed, the further problem for Pierce will be an appeal to
ty" by persons who want it stopping the execution will be! before the board and hopes to apparent suicide pact. ously the sole province of the of putting it into immediate ef- the U.S. House of Representa-
filed immediately if Gilmore make a statement, said his at- The Utah attorney general's House and Senate). feet must be overcome.T ob+ives. If Pierce were to follow
stayed, said Shirley Pedler ofi Nevertheless, said fetmutbuoecmeloobliesafPireweetflo
the Utah affiliate of the Ameri gets a new date with the firing torney, Ronald Stanger. Gil- office issued an opinion Monday, Bullard, tamo immediate effect, the pro- this course, no action could be
can Civil Liberties Union ACLU. squad. He said the attorneys more has been on a hunger that the prison could force-feed the odds are hell stick with posal must garner two-thirds taken until Congress resumes
will argue that the execution strike at the Utah State Prison Gilmore if necessary to keep his 1974 opinion -'even though support in each branch of the session on January 3, 1977.
p wou prejudice the cases since Nov. 19, but is sufficiently him alive until the judicial pro- it's wrong. legislature. Hastings said this final op-
capital punishment, contends against their clients. healthy to appear before the cess is completed. A spokesman at the State In the Senate, two Republiede t uasext se mea nd epsinal-
the execution should be delay- Gilmore was convicted last board, Stanger said. Warden Sam Smith said he Elections Division yesterday can votes would be needed todtotsetmendesiii-
d until thel constitutionality of month of murdering a motel He said Gilmore remains de- doesn't plan to begin force-feed- confil-med that if Kelley did re- give the measure a two-thirds v olvedx
termined to continue the hun-I ing Gilmore immediately. He verse his opinion, the Board 'aye" vote.
Lsaid a prison doctor is exam- would most likely follow suit Yesterday, Hastings maintain- "We'd much rather have this
L UNCH-DISCUSSIONining Gilmore periodically to if petitioned anew. ed that Republican Pursell, a taken care of on the state level
TUEUSAIONdetermine his condition. state senator from Livonia - it'll be much easier and much
TUESDAY, NOV. 30-12 NOON The warden was asked BULLARD IS ALSO integral might use his influence to round less expensive," said Hastings.
"Tk Ep rsreportsthat a magazine writer ly involved in a second option up the needed Republican votes "As it is, what we're doing will
The Viking Exploration of M rsisgsed as ilore's attorn Pierce is pursuing. in order to end uncertainty over cost us around $30,000."
The Search for Life" managed to interview the in- the outcome of the election.HI
mate in violation of prison Sometime next week, Bullard HASTINGS SAID a recount
PROF. FREEMAN MILLER, rules. Smith said he thought the will introduce in the legisla- "IT WOULD TAKE the cloud would give Pierce at least 90
Dept. of Astronomy, at the interview took place over the ture a measure to provide for off his head too," pointed out more votes out of one precinct
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER Fnd What You're weekend. He said he hadn't de-state recounts in congression- Hastings. "We're hoping to get in Livonia whense Pierce analy-
termined who the writer was, al and senatorial elections, some support from him." sts claim to have found a sure
921 CHURCH ST. Looking For in or for which magazine he was Because of the urgent nature However, Pursell administra- error.
LUNCH (75c) is prepared and served by Church Women working. of the recount question, Bullard tive aide Bob Webber said yes- From there, Pierce hopes to
UieofAAbr--ques titerday'that Pursell had made pick up about 250 more votes,
no decision about supporting enough combined with the pre-
such a move. vious 90 to overcome the pre-
Webber said any expectation sent 344-vote bulge held by
W EtV SIDE that Purse] would use his in- Pursell.
fluence to gain votes for a re- Asked how long the, battle for
K SHOP count amendment was "ex-a recount might take, Hastings
rlJ~IIJ~h~treely ptiistc."said he could not estimate but
Used & Rare Books Bought & Solds weurt
*LIBRARIES PURCHASED "WE'RE JUST SITTING here added, "we're ging to pursue
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Thurs & Fri Evenings 'til 9pm counts in certain precincts "in
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Michael Tinman Mordechai ben i Pursell himself was not avail-
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Eizabeth WEilD er so y Delonhe H astings said Pierce would
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Michigan Student Assembly (M.S.A.)
ONE 7-YEAR,
TWO HALF-YEAR TERMS OPEN
~A CANDIDATES - at-large seats
""-RiS BACHELDER LSA (Indepen'dent)
VFN HOGE LSA (Students For Reform)
STEWART MANDELL LSA (Committee Against Mandatory
Funding)
ROBERT CHARAVALLI LSA (Committee Against Mandatory
Funding)
J.--REY SCOTT LSA (Voluntary Funding Party)
IrVING FREMAN LSA (Bullshit Party)
GEOFFREY LARCOM LSA (Independent)
. R. LAIIER I['A (Campus Coalition)
DPIN PROWNING (LSA (MOVE)
5 A N RA OSSF EDUCATION (MOVE)
JAMFS A. HOLLAND 11 NR (Voluntary Funding Party)
IRVNG GERSHMAN RC (Students for Reform),
JIM SPEER LSA (MOVE)
JOSPH 1-4. GOLDBERG LSA (Committee Against Mandatory
Fnd ing)
CAR' BPISVIN LSA (Committee Aaainst Mandatory Funding)
POUGLAS H. STEINBERG LSA (Independent)
FL ANCHE TRERICE.LSA (Campus Coalition)
CYNTHIA WAYNE BUSINESS (Indeaendent)
PfERT MATTHEWS RACKHAM (Bullshit Party)
SUSAN RANDOLPH LSA (Committee Against Mandatory
Funding)
SANDRA R. SCHLUMP NURSING (MOVE)
DAVID WITTE ENGINEERING (Voluntary Funding Party)
BRIAN LASKEY LSA (Camous Coalition)
RICK ROSENTHAL LSA-HONORS ,(Students For Reform)
MICHAEL TAXLOR LSA-RC (Indeoendent)
JAMES R. BROWNE BUSINESS (MOVE)
DEBRA WEINTRAUB PHARMACY (Committee Against
Mandatory Funding
LOUIS S. MOORE LSA (Committee Against Mandatory
Fundina )
TIMOTHY J. LoROY ENGINEERING (Voluntary Funding
Party)
PHILLIP MERDINGER LSA (Campus Coalition)
GER ALD C. TIMMIS LSA (Independent)
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MSA BALLOT QUESTION

ATHLETIC.TICKET SALES POLICY
ADVISORY REFERENDUM
The following are five possible systems for distributing student ticksets to
intercollegiate athletic events (football, basketball, hockey, etc.). Detailed
descriptions of each system are available at this polling place. In each case
students fourth year and above receive first priority, third year students sec-
and priority, second year students third priority and first year students fourth
priority as is the current practice. One of the five systems below will be used
to allocate tickets within a particular priority.
PLACE THE NUMERAL "1" NEXT TO YOUR FIRST CHOICE,
THE NUMERAL "2" NEXT TO YOUR SECOND CHOICE, AND
SO FORTH: UP TO FIVE CHOICES.
1 COMPUTER SYSTEM
Each student will indicate on a computer card whether he/she wants
tickets and who he/she wants to sit with (individual, small group, block).
A computer program will then randomly assign a seat or group of con-
tiguous seats to e.ach individual or group respectively within a Priority
Area (senior, junior, etc.). Each individual, small group or block will
have an equal chance of being assigned to a particular section within the
Priority Area. The correct currently valid student ID card must be pre-
sented in order to pick up the students tickets.
2 LIMITED BLOCK SYSTEM
There will be two lines for each Priority Area. In the individual line a
person may represent up to four people. In the block line, an individual
may represent up to 15 people. 24 hour per day continuous physical
presence must be maintained in line by each individual group or block
group desiring to purchase tickets. Individuals will be assigned tickets
at the beginning and end of a Priority Area. People in line must present
a currently valid student ID card, for each ticket purchased.
3 LIMITED BLOCK SYSTEM
MODIFICATION
Same as above, with the exception that an individual may represent up
to 40 people for tickets to events to be held in Michigan Stadium.
4 UNLIMITED BLOCK SYSTEM
There will be two lines for each Priority Area. In the individual line, a
person may represent up to four people. In the block line, a person may
represent a group of anv size. Individuals will be assianed tickets at the
beginning and end of a Priority Area. Blocks will be located in the cen-
ter of a Priority Area. A 24 hour oer day continuous physical presence
must be maintained in line by each individual orouo or block group de-
sirina to nurchos tickts. P"-on- in line must present a currently valid
student ID card for each ticket nurchased.

UNIVERSITY HOUSING COUNCIL
CANDIDATES
HILL AREA (Stockwell, MoJo, Couzens)
WILLIAM M. FAUSONE
MARKLEY-OXFORD
MARY KENYON
SOUTH QUAD - FLETCHER
WRITE-IN
BAITS
WRITE-IN
CENTRAL CAMPUS (West Quad, Helen New-
berry, Martha Cook, Betsy Barbour)
THOMAS BRISKEY (Campus Coalition)
EAST QUAD -ALICE LLOYD
MICHAEL GERENDASY
BURSLEY
CHRISTOPHER COLLINS
DOUGLAS H. STEINBERG

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