THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, September 6, 1975
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de Sousa, considered a moder-
Council positions of three oth-
er officers, including two foes
of Goncalves and the pro-Com-
munist minister of labor, air
force Maj. Jose Costa Martins,
will be "reconsidered" at a la-
ter council meeting, it was an-
IT APPEARED that the re-
moval of Goncalves opened the
way for the premier-designate,
Vice Adm. Jose Pinheiro de
Azevedo, to try and forma co-
alition government. The Social-
ists and center-of-the-road Pop-
ular Democrats, who together
polled two-thirds of the votes
in an election for a constituent
assembly last April, had refused
to participate in any govern-
ment where Goncalves held an
The communique did not men-
tion the fate of the three-man
tugal into a Soviet-style state-
a proposal which drew the ire Overt security measures at
of the moderates and forced the the Veterans Hospital h e r e
showdown. seem to be disappearing as pro-
Both the army and air force cedures at the facility returned
had demanded the ouster of to near normal conditions yes-
Goncalves and his pro-Commun- terday, some three weeks after
ist policies as the price of their a federal investigation was
loyalty to the central govern- started because of a dramatic
ment. increase in respiratory and
TO DRIVE their point home, cardiac failures since July 1.
the military moderates raised _
the spectre of a civil war.
facility, monitoring p e r s o n s
coming and going.
ity remained tight as 20 FBI
agents pressed on in their
search for a possible killer.
shortly thereafter halted all
elective surgery. They decided
earlier this week to reinstate
Dr. Martin Lindenauer, chief
of staff at the hospital, out-
lined yesterday new security
Until now, armed guards were istrators decided to stop admit-
stationed in the lobby of the ting non-emergency cases and
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Daily Official Bulletin
Saturday, September 6
WUOM: From the Midway-Harry
Johnson, "Oil and the International
Financial Crisis," 10 am; Ameri-
can Issues Forum - "A Nation of
Nations," 11 am.
Chadbad House, Hassidic Jewish
Ctr.: All day program, 715 Hill, 9
Sunday, September 7
WUOM: States of the Union-bi-
centennial series, featured state, S.
Carolina, 1 pm.
Outing Club: Hiking, meet Rack-
ham, N. Entry, 1:30 pm.
Monday, September 8
SACUA: Meeting, 4079 Admin., 2
Physics: D. I. Meyer, "Summary
of the SLAC Conference," 2038 Ran-
dall Lab, 4 pm._
Music School: Carillon recital,
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WUOM: Rostropovich concert, re-
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were hustled through the lines
ahead of others, causing resent-
ment among students and
CRISP staffers alike.
ALTHOUGH they had already
been through summer orienta-
tion and thus had previously
registered, they needed to add
sufficient courses to bring them
us to the minimum required
credit hours. So, even though no
other students were being per-
mitted to drop or add on Thurs-
day afternoon, they were moved
up to the head of the orientation
group, which is given priority
over all others.
Here two computer terminals
out of the thirty available were
set aside for their access, caus-
ing an estimated five to 10 per
On August 18 hospital admin- measures for patients receiv-
ing intravenous medication (IV)
-one of the few similarities
among the over 50 patients suf-
ays fering from the attacks, result-
ing in 10 deaths. Another com-
mon factor is that all the inci-
dents occurred during the 3:30-
wl emidnight shift.
LINDENAUER said all pa-
tients presently receiving IV
cent decrease in processing medication are isolated in two
speed for. other students. snecific wards with an increased
Athletic Director Don Can- staff of nurses. All persons en-
ham said last night he had no tering the wards are monitored
knowledge of the incident. As- by guards. Furthermore, three
sociate Registrar Olson said he people must be present when an
had not heard of it, and Direc- IV is administered. The sus-
tor of Registration and Advance nected drug, Pavulon, a power-
Classification John Stewart said muscle relaxant normally given
he supposed the players were to patients using a respirator,
rushed through by the staff was recently put under lock
"just to get them out of their and key.
hair." VA officials in Washington,
REGISTRATION coordinator D.C., Thursday urged all of its
Lehman said the players' orien- 171 hospitals to place tighter
tation guides claimed the play- security on paralyzing drugs
ers had "priority", and added similar to Pavulon.
that, "I gather these things "We have these increased se-
don't 'officially' happen." curity precautions . . . and
There were also reports that the FBI is worikng . . . and
the administrative s e r v i e s working over-time" to com-
computer housed at Hoover and olete the investigation, Linde-
Greene Streets had broken na-er stated.
down, causing more delays. In HE EXPRESSED confidence
fact, there was a short failure that the decision to return to
early yesterday morning, but standard operating procedures
this only resulted in a few pro- will not jeopardize any patient's
fessors receiving their class 'ssafety in light of the fact that
cards late for their first classesI a killer may still be stalking
yesterday morning, - the halls.
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