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Page Six


Sunday, September 28, 1975

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an Role of the Media: The Ethics of
official publication of the Uni- Communication," 10:10 am.
versity of Michigan. Notices Physics: D. Cine, "New Particles
should be sent in TYPEWRIT- Observed in High Energy Neutrino
lTEN FORM to 409 E. Jefferson, Collisions," 2038 Randall Lab, 4 pm.
R before 2 p.m. of the day pre- Macromolecular Res. Ctr.: "New
ceding publication and by 2 Monomers: Trisubstituted Ethylenes
p.m. Friday for Saturday and and Bicyclic Acetals," 1200 Chem.,#
Sunday. Items appear only once. 4 pm.
Student organization notices are Linguistics: K. L. Pike, "The Re- a"=4 ;
not accepted for publication. ferential Hierarchical Structure of
T For more information, phone aTl, aka sebyHl,
7 64-9270 ae"RchmAsml al : 4
*Sunday, September 28 7:30 pm.
Day Calendar Biological Determinism: R. Lew-
WUOM: States of the Union - ontin, Harvard, "Biological Deter-
bicentennial series, featured state, minism as a Social Weapon," Rack-'gl
New Yok, i p. hamAmph., 7:30 pm. F
NeGrkteOu1 n: pm. gmet Music School: Carillon recital, 1
Gradat Outng:Hiking, meet Leslie Manhaffey, carillonneur, Bur-
Rackham N. Entry, 1:30 pm. tnTwr -8p;LusNges4.', .
PTP: "Words and Music," Power, ton Tower, 7-8 pm; Louis Nagel,
3, 8 pm.;panist Rackam Ad., 8 pm.
Music School: Faculty Chamber General Notices
Concert, Rackham Aud., 4 pm. CEW: Women & men returning to
Wome's Sudis: Cntinouscampus invited to orientations: in
Womnf;"Janie's Janie, Lec. Rm. 1, Grad. Library, Tues, Oct. 7; in
MLB, 9 pm. Undergrad Library, Wed, Oct. 8;
WCBN: Black radio, A. Sharakiya, for more info, dial 763-1353.
"Pan Africanism and the Revolu- Career Planning & Placement
tionary Struggle," 89.5 FM, 10 pm. 3200 SAB, 764-7456
Monday, September 29 Interviews on campus: Sept. 30,
WUOM: Nancy Williamson, Wo-
men's Sport Editor, Sports Illus- Montgomery Ward &.Co. for Retail
tratd &Nany SannllWomn'sMgt. Training; Oct. , BurroughsI
trated & Nancy Scannell, Women' Corp, Washington U. Law School.
Sports Editor, Wash. Post, The U. of Kentucky Grad Schools; Oct.
7, State Dept. (Near East & S. Asian
Affairs), Washington & Lee U! A demonstrator toses contents from the Spanish Embassy in
VET ERAN ostons, U. pon*Chiago /rad protest the execution in Madrid of five Spanish urban gue
MAKE YOUR WEEKEND PAY Schools; Oct. 9, Cargill, Inc., Manu- guards, were execirted by firing squad after repeated pleas
facturers Nat'l Bank, Northwestern ---- - - -___-___________________
Michigan National Guard Mutual Life Ins. Co.; Oct. 10, Car-
negie-Mellon U/Grad. Sch. of In-
48 -i184dustria Admin. Interviews at-
Geol.: Oct. 7 & 8, Texaco, Inc., - -
- Oct. 9 & 10, Exxon Co., USA. Inter-
viewing at Chem.: Upjohn Co.-Or-
ganic MS. PhD & Analytical MS.
Zonta Intern'l has announced
std &rsarhi arsac a- a n execi
IAmelia Earhart Fellowship Awards
O D Y Aela Erhxt elowsipAwadsS NI- 1111study & research in aerospace sci-;
($3,000) to women for advanced MADRID (Reuter} - Spain executed five urban guerrillas
ences; write: Zonta Intl, 59 Ebfr
VanBuren St., Chicago, 111 60605; by firing squad yesterday with shots that shook Europe.
deadline: Jan. 1.
Law Day, Oct. 21-several law The five, convicted for killing police officers, were executed
schools will have reps. on campus despite clemency appe als and violent protests in European cap-
-' to discuss their progs. & admissions itals during a long night of drama, anger and grief.
requirements tentatively to be held;
In League; keepn touch with CP AT LEAST one guerrilla died defiantly and refused to be
&P for details, blindfolded.
Eli KIT Nat'l Security Agency, 1975 Pro-
fessoal Qafcation enst1 gve Jan Paredes Man dt, 21, sang a Basque nationalist anthem
in Ann Arbor, Nov. 22; Deadline for as bullets fire by six civil guards ripped through him at a mii-
ma .Nov. 8; all liberal arts & tary camp near a Barcelona cemetery, according to his lawyer
salad bar, choice of potato math majors must take PQT be-
fore applying to NSA; appl. mater- who saw the execution..
baked bread, lals available at CP&P; NSA have Paredes, alleged to, be a leader of the Basque separatist
scheduled campus visits Nov. 11 organization ETA, also shouted "long live a free Basque home-
$ .5Appls. for Foreign Serv Officer land" as he faced the '.iring squad.
* * 0 e Exam to select cands. for US State UNDER CLOUDY skies, another ETA guerrilla was shot in
$1 7in this office; test given in Ann Ar- the northern Spanish city of Burgos and three Maoist militants
. . . I bor Dec. 6. appi. deadline Oct. 31, died before a firing squad in a military camp in Green Hills
outside Madrid.,
Monday 5 P.M.-11 P.M. Only hours after the executions, protest demonstrations
WANTED: broke out in the Basque country.
Temporary Parents About 1,000 demonstrators chanting "freedom" and "death
to Francoism" blocked traffic in a Bilbao suburb before dis-
HOMES FOR persing when riot police came.
TEENAGERS FACTORIES and burs shut down in the hometowns of Par-
1 DAY TO 2 WEEKS dees and of Angel Otaegui, 33, the ETA member executed in
ay Inn West ANY ADULT (S) Burgos.
CONSIDERED The drama began with an announcement Friday night that
SO Nt RD CALL Head of State Francisc Franco, 82, had commuted the death
sentences of six guerrillas, including two pregnant women, but
1444 OZONE HOUSE that five men would be executed at dawn.
769-6540 As dawn approached, violent protests swept Europe. In
France, rioters attacked Spanish buildings and four consulates.
-___ THE SPANISH emb assy was sacked in Lisbon, firebombs
---- - ------- - - - - j were hurled at the embassy in Brussels, Holland, Norway and
East Germany recalled their ambassadors from Madrid. Clem-
ency pleas arrived from the United Nations and many govern-
ments issued statements; of dismay.
At the Vatican, Pope Paul strongly condemned the execu-
tions, saying bluntly: "We must vehemently deplore such severe
He revealed to pilgrims that he had made three appeals
6'for the men's lives, the last made directly to Madrid Friday

AP Photo
Lisbon into a bonfire after the building was sacked yesterday to
rrillas. The terrorists, convicted of killing police officers and civil
for clemency from around the world.

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Ltes guerila
POLITICAL observers took the guerrillas' execution by fir-
ing squad rather than the usual garrote, a spiked iron collar
tightened until it snaps the spinal cord, as a token gesture to
the international protests.
Carabanchel Prison as families tearfully said goodbye to the
There were scenes of agony and anger outside Madrid's
three condemned men there, militants of the so-called patriotic
Anti-Fascist Revolutionary Front (FRAP).
After spending a long night of vigil at the death row cells,
relatives filed out weeping and screaming abuse at the police.
MARIA VICTORIA Sanchez Bravo, 22, whose physics stu-
dent brother, Jose Luis, 21, was among the condemned, scuffled
with police officers and cried out: "They are going to kill him
and now they want to hit us."
His mother screamed at the guards: "You put on uniforms
and spend your time shooting."
The father of another condemned man, former student Jose
Baena Alonso, 22, drove overnight from Northwest Spain and
managed to see his son for 10 minutes before he was packed into
a van.
A CONVOY carrying the three condemned FRAP men sped
out of the prison at daybreak for the army camp at Hoyo De
Manzanares north of here.
Twelve police jeeps escorted three identical, tubelike, win-
dowless vans, each presumably carrying a condemned man.
Defense sources said Baena, convicted of killing a civil
guard, was executed by a squad of civil guards.
SANCHEZ and Ramon Garcia Sanz, 27, a welder, both ac-
cused of killing a policeman, were executed by police firing
The bodies were placed in coffins and carried to an
The five were not shot in prison because, under the military
code of justice, executions by firing squad must be carried out
in army camps.
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(Continued from Page 1) low average," adding, "It was
tention on. the game. a bad day for the football team
"It's like watching the Lions," and for concession sales.'
complained sophomore Al Sandy' The capacity crowd and close-
as the problem-laden Wolverines ness of the game kept most
continued on the field. spectators in their seats, hurt-
MEANWHILE, in the stands ing sales, according to officials.
and outside the -stadium, over "OUR biggest sales come with
400 vendors peddled some 30,000 crowds of eighty or ninety thou-
hot dogsand cokes, 15,000 pro- sand," explained Muriel Roh-
grams and thousands of iceI raff, manager of stadium con-
cream bars and souvenirs. cessions.
Stadium officials characteriz- Capacity crowds like yester-
ed those sales yesterday as "be- -days' keep people from leaving
WWI for fear of losing their seats,
~ said Rohraff.
However, sunny weather and
band day festivities boosted.
sales slightly at the stadium's
40 concession booths. The 13,000
high school band members who
arrived early yesterday morning
to practice and play at aalftime
accounted for a significant por-
tion of sales, officials reported.
JIM Norander, who has been
selling cokes on a ten per cent
,commission for the last three
years, said yesterday's game
1974 was "a good one" for him.
"Most of the other people
selling don't know how to hustle
fans," he " exolained. "Ninety
., Per cent of it is moving quack,"
ome out of that
occan worker who New lawyer
'y must, however,
ev m s , h w vrates social tabus.
'o for Hearst?
ations for
(Continued from Page 1)
The charges against her in-
'Mlude federal bank robbery in
OLD ARCH AUD. connection with the SLA's April
Admission $1.25 15, 1974, Hibernia Bank holdup
here, and 19 state charges re-
lated to a series of crimes in
Los Angeles.
199SACRAMENTO County Dep-
uty Dist. Atty. Geoffrey Bur-
r - roughs said Friday his office
was investigating the possibility
He~arst was involved in an Ap-
ril 21,. 1975, holdup at a Crocker
igh the story of a Baik branch in suburban Car-
idifference to the michael, in which customer
jht. Lelia Goldini Myrna Opsabl was killed.
ve early work of Law enforcement sources
STILL. have said the investigation of
-... . that $15.000 robbery helned lead

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