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December 11, 1976 - Image 5

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Saturday, December 11, 1976


Page Five


Jury renders duel


He's loading his gun,
He's checking it twice,
He's going to find out
who's naughty or nice,

Santa Claus is

a New York cop!
The police in the Big Ap-
ple are dressing for the
season in their efforts to
cut crime. Officer Adam
D'Amico of the crime pre-
vention unit checks his gun
after making his first ar-

WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. (M') ing was a hoax planned by the the extortion conviction, which quital, Asst. Dist.A
-- Samuel Bronfman 2nd's two|23-year-old Bronfman to extort carries a maximum 15 years frey Orlando said
accused abductors were acquit- money from his father. Co-de- prison term. Kidnaping carries seek the maximum
ted of kidnap charges yester- fendant Dominic Byrne did not a minimum of 15 years and a He added that he ha
day, but were convicted of ex- take the witness stand. maximum of life. State Su- tion of pressing perj
torting $2.3 million in ransom "HE engineered it," said jur- preme Court Justice George other charges agai
. from the whisky heir's father. or Amelia Driscot, a Mount 'Beisheim scheduled sentencing ' Bronfman.
By its acquittal, the jury ap- Vernon, N. Y., housewife, in for Jan. 6. "I was surprised.
parently accepted testimony of agreeing with Lynch's account BOTH defendants have been compromise verdict.
defendant Mel Patrick Lynch of a phony. kidnaping. She was held without bail since their ar- a sympathy factor,
S.that the Aug. 8, 1975, kidnap- one of seven women on the 12 rest 16 months ago and Byrne's said.
member panel that began de- wife, Elizabeth, told news-, A B R O N F M
liberations Wednesday night men she hoped Beisheim ily spokesman said
after an eight-week trial that would sentence them to time bers were "angered
began Oct. 14. already served. Iv saddened by this
Lynch admitted extortion to Despite the kidnaping ac- travesty.
thesdegree that hetdelivered
2;44 ,1 ad elt ransom demands to Edgar
S Bronfman, head of the Sea-NOW SHOV
gram distillery empire, and
picked up the ransom, which COMPLETE SHOW:
was later recovered. But heC T
: Hsif "tsaid he was only doing young P, P 4 AT 1:00-3:10-5:(
Bronfman's bidding.
'9" rLynch said he was forced to L
(Continued from Pagef1) help when -Bronfman threaten-
what they'll need in the future. ed to expose him as a homo- S
°';:A>: xY N 3: U n d e rg r a d u a t e se l
,rU degra uae sexual.
Classical Studies counselor Ri- B R RO N F M A N testified
chard Shannon points out that that the kidnaping was real
because English grammar isn't and he was in fear of his life. A Fantasy Film UnitedAsmd s
Staughtat lower levels, a foreign He denied having any part in
language may be a student's the extortion scheme adding
only exposure to grammar. he had no need for the money.
"STUDYING enough to read He said he was kidnaped at
literature in a foreign language gunpoint from his mother's es-
is valuable because it gives a tate about 25 miles from New
feeling for a different culture," York City.
says Billy Frye, Dean of the Bryne, 54, a limousine oper-
Literary College (LSA). Frye ator, did not testify during the TONIGHT AT 7:00 & 9:00 ENDS THUR
feels the language experience trial. However, he had claimed OPEN 6:45 Shows Today at
's broadening even if it doesn't he been duped into taking part 3:05-5:10-7:15
r lead to a bigger paycheck or in the crime. 9
accentance at a graduate The lawyers for both defen-
school dants said they would appeal
2 ~Another potential drawback is
the carelessness of students
without a distribution require-, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ment. Assistant LSA Dean ' DANCE CAMPANY
Charles Morris likens- the po- Presents
tential liability to a home-'Be
made car: "If you wanted to Elizabeth Weil Bergmann's
as c t slees ==
lv met your specifications, you
might build one. The problem by Gustave Hoist
held up twice, both in recent "Taxis won't completely go is that while a Ford or GM Gay Delanghe's
nears. I had a sawed-off shot- out of business," he insists. car is sure to run - becausen
gun put aside my head about "They offer you more direct millions do - you might make LACEATION DU NDE
two years ago and an auto- service than Dial-A-Ride. You some basic errors." by Ooriuz Milhaud
rnatic pistol the other time. A don't have to wait, transfer or Morris stresses that the
:ouple of weeks ago, I drove be with a crowd of people." problem isn't inherent in the POWER CENTER FOR W O YA L N
three teenagers across town. degree, but that a student must THE PERFORMING ARTS
When I stopped, they jumped "YOU GET A LOT of nurses be careful in his or her plan-
and ran so I was out a couple and bar patrons. I used to get ning. DECEMBER 10, 11, 12 THE FRONT"
bucks," he says, shaking his a lot of students years ago' but Bob Chiilin, another BGS
head. now students own their own senior, praises the program for Performances December 10 ae
cars." it's flexibility. "Grad schools mi, n800 P.M.< oor
Voice claims the city-spon- .rs don't like it because you don't December 12 at 3:00 """*...""
sored dial-a-ride service has cut Why does Voice like being a concentrate quite as much in
into the cab business by offer-Itaxi driver? one area, but it may give a
ing lower fares than the 70 "Because I like to drive," he pre-med or pre-law (student)
-ents a mile- cabs charge. But says firmly. , "Driving comes an advantage."
AM ~-~

Atty. Geof-
he would
d no inten-
ury or any
:nst young
It was a
There was
" Orlando
its mem-
and deep-

AP Photo

Cab bie drives

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By DENNIS SABO "THIS CAR has over 234,000,
miles on it," he says. "I should
As Ann Arbor slowly rocks get a new one but I figure I'll j
itself to sleep at night, Gerald run it into the ground and then
Voice, a taxi' driver, waits pa- retire."
tiently in his cab for another Voice used to work 12-hour
customer call from the Veter- lays, seven days a week, but
an's Cab dispatch. admits he doesn't work as much
"I get a liberal education by as he, used to. Sometimes the
metwoork reminds him of the filmI
meeting people," says Voice, 64, "Taxi Driver."
as he drives through the emptyTx i
city streets. "But when business "I play ambulance once in a
is slow this job sure gets lone- while. O"casionably I pick up
:~people who have been in knife
ly. , ,
VOICE CLAIMS he is the city's fights o4' have been beaten up,"
most experienced taxi driver- he says.
he's been in the business since "IT'S SCARY sometimes, and

1937. He logs between 50,000 and l don't scare easily. I've been ne remains optimistic.n
60,000 miles a year.
"I've driven between one-and- I
Siles on this job. All of it hapWgest Pt. head exits
heen spent right here in Ann
Arbor. I can take you to any "
house in, town without lookingo
at a map and I won't miss the inwake ofoscandal
house." WASHINGTON WP)-The com- No replacement for Ulmer
Voice owns the 1971 Plymouth manding officer df West Point was. immediately named by the
he drives, pays for its gas and during its worst cheating scan- Army.
does his own maintenance. In- dal is being reassigned to an Ulmer's announcement came
surance costs him $800 a year, armored division, apparently one day after cadets rejected a
and city inspectors check the without receiving the promotion referendum that would permit
:car and the meter accuracy traditionally given departing some cadets who violate the
twice annually. commandants. honor code to remain in the
Brig. Gen. Walter Ulmer told academy.
" { the U.S: Military Academy's The rejection means that ca-
N a tio n s 4.000 cadets yesterday he would dets who are found guilty of k
leave in January to become as- violating the 'code face auto-
sistant divisional commander of matic explusion from the acad-
the 2nd Armored Division at emv.
Q-] Ft. Hood, Tex. The referendum required a
o p o s "I LOOK forward to the chal- two-thirds majority for passage.
lenze of that assignment," he But only 66.08 per cent voted toI
said. "I hone to see many of the modify the rule, while 33.92 per
- crnlass of 1977 there next sum- cent favored automatic expul-
Ulmerhas been commandant sHonor',Committee chairman
of cadets since April, 1975. The Michael Ivy said he 'was dis-
I O stagEBs normal tour of duty for a com- appointed by the vote. "WeG
mandant is from two years to , ut a lot of time and effortinto
three 'years. . it. and I really hate to see it
(Continued from Page 1) Ulmer's t h r e e immediate defeated," he declared.
break in the e-notionai dead- nredecessors were promoted on ' Ulmer made his announce-
lock thatehasesstalledth antiter- leaving the academy. But Ui.ment to the cadets during break-
rorism measures in the past. mer's new assignmnent calls for fast in the academy's sprawling
an officer with the rank of mes~s hall. Reaction was muted.
HIJACKING AND OTHER brigadier general. "I think if people were al-
extremist actions have been on HOWEVER, the assignment is lowed to, many would have
the assembly's agenda every considered desirable, according teared. said a cadet who asked
year since Israeli athletes were ito military observers at the for anonymity.
massacred at the 1972 Olym- Pentagon. Ivy said, "I'm sorry to see
pics in Munich. But Arab and The drafts of forthcoming re- him go. The timing on this is
other Third World . countries ports prompted liy the cheating terrible."
have been reluctant to con- scandal directly and indirectly ! Ulmer. a 1952 graduate 'of
demn actions used by Palestin- criticize the 47-year-old com- West Point, served as a deputy
ian and other liberation move- mandant. A total of 151 cadets commanding general of the
ments. has left'the academy because of Army Training Center at Ft.
Secretary - General Kurt the scandal involving wide- Knox, Ky., and as chief of a
Waldheim said Friday there :spread collaboration on home U.S. military delegation in Viet-
was "much miore readiness" study project given to this year's nam before being named com-
now to tackle the terrorism is- graduating class. mandant.
sue. ------

natural to me When I go on
vacations I still like to drive,"
he adds, with a look that speaks
his affection for his job and
his love for the automobile.
0 I

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Sir George Etherege's
The Man of Mode
DEC. 8-11, 8:00 P.M.
(Frieze Bldg.)
$2.00 Adm. PTP Box Office

What would Sen. Joseph McCarthy thought if this political satire and its
resulting brand of "Marx"-ism had come out in the 1950's? He probably
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7, 8:30 & 10 Admission $125

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Lewis Carroll's story while adding original whimsical touches,
suc has the pencil and eyeglass critters. The production design
is much less stodgy than the Tenniellillustrations and the fea-
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MLB 3, 3; MLB 4, 8:45
They're all here and funnier than ever in this side-splitting hour
and a half compilation-Rocky, Bullwinkle, Dudley ;Do-Right,
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$1.50-MLB 3, 7 & 9:30
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Henry Gibson, Keith "I'm Easy" Carradine, Lily Tomlin, Karen
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One of the best singers in the business
Paul Siebel numbers among his
admirers David Bromberg, who
used to back him up, Emmy Lou
Harris, who used to sing with
him in the Village, and Linda

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