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Sunday, December 12, 1976

Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, December 12, 1976





torney David Swartz or Public mously to extend the invitation
Defender Ron Carlson would to Ford . niversity President

Wilson confesses
murder case took anoth-
er dramatic turn this week as
police confirmed that Ricky
Wayne Wilson, prime suspect
in the Arm shooting of the 17--
year-old freshwoman, made
"d a m a g i n g" confession-
ary statements to authorities
in Alabama following his ar-,
rest in Huntsville on Nov. 2.
Washtenaw County Sheriff's
Detective Harold Kerr said that
Wilson, now being held without
bond in the Washtenaw County
Jail, "made damaging state-

ments (to detectives) that he
did kill the girl and received
profit from Boukai for the
crime." Asked if thought Wil-
son's statements amounted to
a confession, Kerr said "Yes, I
would say so. Police had been
investigating reports t h a t
Boukai, a Natural Resources
student who lived in Stevens
Co-op, had taken out a contract
on his own life.


Police said
his statements
ney present,

Wilson's made
with an attor-
but with full

comment on the statement's
admissability as evidence.
Last week a 14th District
Ceurt judge granted a 12-day
postponement of Wilson's pre-
trial examination.
Professor Ford?
jT HAD TO HAPPEN, and it
did. The University an-
nounced on Wednesday that it
had offered President Ford a
visiting professor-ship in po-.
litical science. Whether he will
indeed be schlepping out to
Angell Hall every morning
like the rest of us is another
matter. White House transi-
tion chief Major Robert Bar-
rett said the President is put-
ting off consideration of all job
offers - and there have been
a few - until after the inaug-
uration on Jan. 20.
This was no spur of the mo-
ment offer either - it was
learned , that the day after
Ford lost to President-elect
Jimmy Carter, the executive
committee of the political sci-
ence department voted unani-

Robben Fleming said the offer
had been brought to Ford's at-
tention "in an informal way."
While student reaction was
generally favorable, not all of
the faculty was enchanted
with the idea of President Ford
becoming Professor Ford. Po-
litical Science Prof. David
Singer called the offer a "pub-
lic relations decision rather
than a pedagogical one." Liter-
ary College (LSA) Dean Billy
Frye defended the move, say-
ing, "Someone who has been
P'resident of the United States
certainly has something to of-
fer to students."
O'Neill elected
burly, genial Irishman
who learned his politics in the
backrooms of working class
Boston, was elected Monday
to the nation's third highest po-
sition - Speaker of the House.
The Massachusetts Democrat
was named to the post by ac-
clamation, replacing the retir-
ing Care Albert.

knowledge of his right to si-
lence. Neither Prosecuting At-

O'Neill, 64, is expected to tablish itself as a social frater-
provide more aggressive lead- nity by applying for recognition
ership than the unassertive Al- from the Michigan Student As-
bert, and is ready to ride sembly (MSA) as a legitimate
roughshod over an already ob- student organization. T h e
scure Republican minority 'in group's reclassification as a so-
the House. Also on Monday, the cial fraternity would exempt
House named Texas Congress- it from Title IX, the federal !
man Jim Wright as a Demo- regulation which'.prohibits sex
cratic leader, the, number two discrimination by University-
spot in the party hierarchy. affiliated organizations.
Michigamua was unhappy
Michia uawith all three proposals, but
THE SAGA OF Michigamua agreed to go the social frater-
continued this week as nity route provided it could
the University served notice on stay in the Union Tower and
the beleaguered group of male pay rent for it. Johnson took
seniors that they must abide by the question to University
federal non - discrimination President Robben Fleming,
guidelines or clear off campus. who wanted an additional con-
Michigamua has caught consid- dition added to the agreement
erable heat in recent months requiring Michigamua to write
for its exclusion of women charter with a clause prohibit-
members and performance of ing race discrimination.
rituals considered offensive to Johnson will set up a com-
Native Americans. rmittee composed of himself a
No final agreement has been member of his staff, and an
reached, but after meetings MSA member to decide if Mich-
last week between Michigamua igamua is indeed a social fra-
members and University Vice ternity. If the Tribe accepts
President Henry Johnson, "The this plan, and is found to be a
Tribe" was offered the follow- social _fraternity, it will most
ing options: admit women; sev- likely stay on campus, paying
er all relations with the Univer- rent for the Union room. Other-
sity, including acceptance of wise, Michigamua may be seek-
free space in the Michigan Un- ing greener pastures off cam-
ion Tower; or attempt to es- pus. BILL TURQUE
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of women who are like that,
who think it is their fault. I
felt very liberated when I fi-
nally realized, What the hell-
I've been raped.
"I had no desire at all to de-
fend myself," Leslie continued.
"I just wanted to get the hell
out of there. I didn't wan to
hit him. I looked at it as an
act of violence - I didn't want
to bleed, and I didn't want to
walk outs of there black and
"Rape is a very scary thing,"
Leslie asserted, "because it's

really very unexpected when it
happens, and because its effects
are long lasting. There's some-
thing that sets you apart from
other people: that you've been
raped. You lose a lot of trust
in people. Everybody walks
iround with the fear of rape,
but when you've realized the
fear, you know just how terri-)
fying it can be. Whether that]
makes it scarier, or easier tol
cope with, you've experienced
the shock of it. You can stand
it better next time. And there
is always the possibility that
there will be a next time."

Price, "I think the woman has
probably not wanted to press4
charges because she has felt
herself responsible." Victims
often feel that they are partly
to blame because they put them-
selves in situations where theyi
were vulnerable to rape, or per-
haps because they couftd have
resisted more than they did.

'is witn rape
JT IS COMMON for rape vic- Feelings of responsibility can
tims to feel that they are lead to feelings of guilt, or to
somehow to blame for being a reluctance to come to terms
raped, according to Judy Price, with the experience.
who served as a coordinator of But it's not only a sense of
the Community Anti-Rape Ef- being to blame which makes
fort. "In many of the cases the experience difficult to con-
I've had contact with," said front. "When someone has be-

come the victim of a sexual
assault," Price observed," you
can look at it like any other
kind of traumatic event," Price
"You can really respond in
any way," she explained. "The
peonle are under a whole 'lot
of stress. Some victims become
very hysterical, some just be-



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(Perry Henzell, 1973) AUD. A, 7 & 9
An exotic glimpse of Jamaican life in this first film from the isle
of reefer. A violent tale of a young, innocent who comes to seek
his fortune as a pop star and ends up as a renegade desperado.
Based on a true story. Reggae music by Jimmy Cliff, Toots and
the Maytals, the Slickers and others throbs with vitality through-
out the film. "THE HARDER THEY COME has more guts, wit,
humor and sheer exuberance than most movies you'll see in any
one year of Movie-going,"-Vincent Canby.
(Larry Jordan, 1975) AUD. A, 7, 8:45 & 10:30
Bags is back in the spotlight! A greet collection of Warners'
best cartoons (Loonytunes) plus interviews with the studio's top
animators including: Bob Clampett, Fritz Frelang and Tex Avery.
And how about this cast! Besides Bugs, ya get Tweedy Pie,
Chicken Hawk, Sylvester, Foghorne, Leghorne, Elmer Fudd, bd-da-
bdee-be Porky Pig, Daffy "Now I'm really made?" Duck...
Narrated by Orson Welles. "Ah, what's up, doc " 24-carrot gold!l
(Howard Hawks, 1959) MLB 4, 7 only
Had John Ford never directed Westerns (perish the thought!),
this would undoubtedly be the greatest Western ever made.
Hawks claims to have made this trim classic as a reaction against
HIGH NOON, but it's really' another chance for him to explore
some characters that interest him. John Wayne gives the per-
formance of his career as Big John Chance marshal and moral
center of the film, Dean Martin is a drunk ex-deputy "who was,
a good man, once." Rick Nelson is a cocky, lightnin' quick gun-
fighter and Angie Dickenson is a saloon dancer with a heart of
gold. Not to be missed by lovers of Hawks, the genre (and those
who think they dislike the genre) or cinema. With Walter Brennan
and Ward Bond.
(Monte Hellman, 1974) MLB 4, 9:30 only
Another of those "great lost films." The producers thought they
were getting ,a straight "R-rated". violence picture-what Monte
Hellman gave them was a rich passionate story of a man who
loses a championship ("Cockfighter of the Year") and lets nothing
stand in his way to win it back. The producers changed the name
to BORN TO KILL and shelved it. A very relevant film by a
misunderstood director. Warren Oates, Laurie Bird and Millie
Perkins, Harry Dean Stanton, and Troy Donahue.
(Philippe de Broca, 1967) 7 ONLY
Our most popular film. A Scottish soldier during W.W. I is sent
to a French town, evacuated except for an asylum. Meanwhile,
+he flrein' rGrmans have left a time homb The asylum inmates

TONIGHT-Sunday, Dec. 12
(Ken Shapiro, 1974) MLB 4-7, 8:45, 10:30
This comic satire of America's largest leisure industry-television-
parodies TV cooking lessons, kid's shows, 6:00 news and the Olym-
pics (with The Sexuai Olympics!) includes brilliant rip-offs of
today's commercials. Music by Curtis Mayfield. Chevy Chase.
Buzzy,Linhardt, Christine Nazareth.
MONDAY NIGHT-Monday, Dec. 13

'-come unset and frightened,
some become angry. If you look
at different grief reactions, you
-.-.,,can see a similarity. This im-
mediate crisis reaction will, last
for some days. In that time
it may be very, very hard for
the victim to think of too much
Ielse. .She's ist adjusting to the
fatthat this has happened tor
After that, there is often a
stngeof nnshinq the whole epi-
pe Gde awav. There is a poit
1w'ere you say, Well, I'm go-
ing to forget about it and go
on living.' And you have to
HOWARD HAWKS' 1940 worry about going to school,
going to work, getting "up in the
HIS GIRL FRIDAYmorning and eating three meals
You get back into your regular
Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell star in this excellent adapttion of the thig. Very oftenat thant point
the victim doesn't want to talk
hit play THE FRONT, PAGE. Fast-moving and witty, this classic comedy nbot it- she doesn't want to
revolves around the conflict between a newspaper editor and his star" '1 with it. It's past and she
has other thins she needs to
reporter and ex-wife (who is abandoning a great story in order to get. This can last anywhere fron
married). If you saw the recent remake, THE FRONT PAGE, on TV a month to ten years to 20
recently, you owe it to yourself to see the better original. years.
"I think these are normal de-
or the nrocess of reconstructing
her life," Price asserted.
TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD. "What's hannening. I think, is
CINEMA G7:00 & s9:05 Admission:$1.25 that the victim is trying to
regain her strength. Most vic-
tims tend to think they could
ha-e been killed. It's such a
violation of privacy; it's such
JOHN FRANKENHEIMER 1968 a violation of one's body, 'of
Fone's control of one's life.
"Hopefully, the victim will
TH E FIX ER have people around her who she
can talk to, so that when she
Based on the novel by Bernard Malamud; winner of the 1967 National is ready to start dealing with
Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Alan Bates plays a Yakovbok, a her feelings, and decide exact-
ly how she feels about the ex-
Jewish handyman victimized by anti-semitism in czarist Russia. He is perience, while getting support.
framed, imprisoned and tortured but continues to demand a fair trial, "Emotions turned inward can
to prove his innocence. Fine performances by Bates & Dirk Bogard as be very destructive," Price
the prosecutor.
Price commented, "I really
TONIGH T AT ANGELLHALL-AUD."A$,dobelieve that people can grow
ANCINHE-AMA"A and learn through crises. It
7C& 9 EAdmission: $1 25 would be a really awful world
if there weren't a positive side
to it."'
m-m - - - --m -
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with a champagne toast and is followed
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Your choice of entree includes: appe-
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and dessert..
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Complete Show at 7 $1.25
(Roy William Neill, 1943) MLB 3-7 only
This entry in the series provides an eerie atmosphere as the
dauntless duo tracks a killer at the mysterious Musgrave Manor.
Against a background of secret passages, a legendary treasure┬░
and a clock which strikes thirteen whenever a murder occurs,
Holmes gets plenty of orportunities to use his brilliant deductive
powers. Adapted from Sir Arthur Conan Doyfe's THE MUSGRAVE
RITUAL. Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce and Hillary Brooks.
(Roy William Neill, 1944) MLB 3-3:10 only
Based on "The Adventures of the Six Napoleons," this is one of
Holmes' wildest cases. The Borgia Pearl, its history full of violence
and death, is stolen from a museum by master crook, Giles
Canover. But when arrested, Canover hasn't got the gem. A series
of murders in which the victims, their spines broken, are found
amidst broken china, sets Holmes and Watson on a race against
time and Canovy as they track down the pearl. Among Canover's
partners in crime are larcenous Naomi Drake and "Creeper" (pre-
sented by the use of light and shadow). With Evelyn Ankers.
(Roy William Neill, 1945) MLB 3-9:30 only
An eerie house by the sea serves as the headquarters for a group
of men 'known as "The Good Comrades." The men. are being
murdered, one by one, in a most grisly fashion (one as kindling in
the furnace, another sun bathing on a beach decapitated and
dismembered). Each murder is preceded by the delivery, of an
envelope containing five orange pips. Holmes and Watson find
the answer to the puzzle, of course, but in a most unique surprise
ending. With Paul Cavanaugh.
(Roy William Neill, 1944) MIB 3-10:30 only
This is generally considered the best film in the Holmes series.
From its opening sequence (a victim found in the church, his
handclt ching the ronnof the tower hell) to the exciting climax


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