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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 5, 1975

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ford shakes hands,
miiiles with crowd
ELKINS, W. Va. OP) - Presi- the limousine roof, when he
dent Ford rode through a crowd stood up and eagerly began to
estimated at 150,000 at the Moun- wave at the five-deep crowd
tain State Forest Festival pa- linging both sides of the mile-
rade here yesterday, waving and-one-quarter parade route.I
and smiling as he stood through Sen. Jennings Randolph (D-'
the open hatch of his armored W. Va), who rode with Ford,
limousine. said the President turned to
Three times during the 45- him early in the parade and
minute parade, contrary to ear- said: "Jennings, I'm going to
iHer announcements, Ford left stand."
the car and eagerly shook hands
along the parade route while "I SAID, 'Mr. President, you
more than one dozen Secret Ser- make the decision. These people
vice agents kept close watch. are your friends'.' Randolph

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Pizza Bob's comes to

By DEBBIE SUNDMACHER
"Who wants food?" A hand goes up
in the back of the crowd of assorted
hungry students.
"You don't need to raise your hand!
We're informal here."
SO THEY are at Pizza Bobs on State
street, and with a little luck and in-
genuity, this atmosphere will carry
>ver to the new Pizza Bobs opening
next month at 529 Cross St. in Ypsi-
lanti, across from Eastern's campus.
"Business was doing good and I was
asked by a lot of people to open up a
new pizza place," says owner Tim Sea-
ver.
The decor of the new place will be

different - it's twice the size of the
one here - to allow more people to
consume their sandwiches and pizzas
while sitting down.
IT IS also a lot fancier. Jay Simrod,
a freelance carpenter and designer,
along with another carpenter, Steven
Beaudoin, have been busy for the last
two months getting the place together.
They have done the front of the res-
taurant and one wall in a hand-made
oak pattern. The other walls will be
covered with orange and black tiles
from Mexico. Besides the traditional
counters, seven booths will be added.
Will the more formal style change

their well-known and well-liked inform-
al atmosphere? Seaver doesn't seem to
think it will.
"THE ATMOSPHERE comes from
the people who work here. The one in
Ypsilanti will be the same, loose style,"
he says.
The menu - and the prices - will
stay the same, because "Our food is
better than anyone else's," asserts Sea-
ver. To Seaver, it is the quality of food
he buys for the people who will pay for
this quality.
"We'd like to be finished in a month,"
says Jay Simrod. Then you can try
the new Pizza Bobs and find out for
yourself what makes it so unique.

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said he told Ford.
IT WAS Ford's first close Each time Ford got out of
contact with an unscreened the limousine some 10 agents
crowd since a shot was fired at surrounded him as he shook
him in San Francisco just 12 i hands while two others moved
days earlier, along the back of the crowd.
Ford had only been riding in Even while Ford was standing
the bubble-top car for some 13 in the limousine, a pair of
minutes, seated while sticking agents worked the backs of the
his hands through the opening in crowds. At one noint, one made
_a vong man take his hands out

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DEC.RADS:
To attend Commence-
ment, you must order a
cap and gown, by Nov.14
at
university cellar.

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of his nockets.
FORD'S only sneech of the
hour-long West Virginia visit
was a brief welcoming talk after
his helicopter set down of a
hivh school football fief. He
hailed the state's beauty and its
coal and natural gas resources,
declaring he seeks to maintain
a balance "that permits us to
s-)ve America's resoiires and at
the snme time use them to keen
America's economy m o vi n g
forward."
Navy football coach George
Welch knows he's been around
a while. When he began football

BEIRUT (Reuter)-Four Arab
gunmen who attacked Beiruti
Airport early yesterday intended
to hijack a plane to Cairo to1
protest against the Egyptian-Is-
raeli Sinai agreement, judiciali
sources said.I
One of the gunmen and a Leb-t
anese soldier were killed in the
clash.
THE SOURCES said the gun-
men were a Syrian, a Palestin-
ian, a Lebanese and an Egyp-
tian.
Two gunmen were captured
wounded and the fourth fled. He
was later reported captured by!
the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation (PLO).
The PLO said in a statement'
the man had been handed over
t b h~hnc niit iatoan

soldiers, security men and civil-
ians were wounded.
THE STATEMENT described
the gunmen as "infiltrators"
who were trying to create dis-
order and attack passengers. It
reiterated an earlier condemna-
tion of the incident.
Police said an army corporal
was killed in the raid and five
soldiers and two security men
were wounded.
Security sources said the gun-
men drove up to the airport and
one man opened fire at security
men on the tarmac. Another
gunman boarded a Middle East
Airlines Boeing and the third
burst into the airport restaurant
where he shot the corporal dead
and ordered everyone to board
the tlane.
HOWEVER, one of the 'gun-
men was killed in the exchange

of fire and the others wounded,
the sources said. Security forces
surrounded the airliner and
forced the gunman on board to
surrender, they added.
The airport was closed after
the attack began just before 6
a.m. (midnight E.D.T.), but it
reopened to traffic three and a
half hours later.
Beirut radio reported that
apart from the "regretful ir.ci-
dent" at the airport, everything
was quiet in the caiptal and
suburbs.
HOWEVER, there were fresh
reports - during the night of
shooting in northern Lebanon.
Zuheir Mohsen, head of the
PLO military deoartment and
leader of the Syrian - backed
Sniga group, last night blamed'
Egyntian intelligence far "this
strange crime."

Commenting on the airport op-
eration, he said in a press state-
ment: "We denounce and con-
demn what has happened and
are confident that it is of the
m a k i n g of Egyptian intelli-
gence."
A JOINT statement issued by
Christian and Moslem spiritual
leaders last night underlined the
importance of maintaining Leb-
anon's "unique formula of co-
existence."
They rejected "all types of
partition, including psychological
partition in which the country
was about to be involved."
The statement also stressed
the need for resorting to logic
and dialogue, "nothing else," in
solving the country's problems
and ensuring justice among all
inhabitants.

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practice this season, the son of eiO iianese aut orities to neip
a former Navy teammate them uncover the motive for
showed up. He was sophomore the airport attack in which some!i

Joe Gattuso of Michelton, N. J.
His dad led Navy rushing in
1953 and 1954.

Hero requested wrist watch

RIO DE JANEIRO (P) - A ian federated states, recently
Brazilian hero, Alberto Santos-1 commemorating the 100th anni-
Dumont, one of the pioneers of versary of Santos-Dumont's
flying airplanes, once visited birth, held a contest involving
Maison Cartier, renowned Pari- documents related to the hero's
sian jewelry house. He com- life.
plained that, while flying, his H
hands were so busy it was im- Hoee, patriotic Brazilians
posserto conbusy its pocketrefused to part with original
possible to consult his pocket documents about Santos-Du-
watch. amont's feats. The Parana office
He asked that Cartier devise of Xerox Corp.'s Brazilian sub-
a watch that could be straped sidiary saved the day by offer-
to hisc wrist. Cartier complied aed ing day by ofr
td hto make copies of all docu-
and the reign of the pocket ments submitted in the contest.
watch was over.
These facts were discovered Judges awarded prizes - aft-
when Parana, one of the Brazil- er consulting the copies.

Hearst implicated
in bankrobbery
(Continued from Page 1) ris and Hearst exchanged fisti-
able for comment on the report, cuffs during a violent argument
although they have confirmed, at the San Mateo County jail
in the past that they are looking over defense strategy.
into the possibility that Hearst Sheriff John McDonald said a
was connected in some way with fight between the two women
the holdup while she was a fu- "just didn't happen." He said
gitive with the Harrises. the women had been cool to-
This robbery occured one year ward each other but had not ex-
after Hearst was photographed changed harsh words.
wielding an automatic rifle dur- The paper said jail officials
ing an April, 1974 robbery of a had warned employes they
Hibernia Bank in San Francisco. would be ubject o a lie detec
M E A N W H I L E, the tor test should word leak to the
MEnA iNWHILEthepress about the alleged fight.

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DETROIT IN THE DEPRESSION
FRANK MURPHY
THE DETROIT YEARS
By Sidney Fine
. .. a biography of maior
importance"
Arthur Mann, University of Chicago
Sidney Fine's latest book is an un-
equaled account of Frank Murphy's
leadership during the darkest days
of the Great Depression, in Detroit
and the state of Michigan.

g ann Tc , X . ., newspaper
Newsday reported that Ms. Har-
CHARING CROSS
BOOKSHOP
Used, Fine and Scholarly Books
316 S. STATE-994-4041
Open Mon.-Fri. 10-8,
Sat. 10-6 -

MS. HARRIS, now being held
in Los Angeles, has indicated
she intends to take an active
role in her defense. Hearst's at-
torneys say their client is a
"mentally and emotionally dis-
turbed woman" who has not
been of any substantial help on
her defense.

Professor Fine
At all
focal
bookshops

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PHOTOGRAPHS

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EIGHTEENTH CENTURY,
FRENCH DRAWINGS AND PRINTS
October 5 through November 9
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SGC Needs Students
ELECTIONS DIRECTOR
Salaried position needs responsible, enthusiastic
and honest individual to organize all aspects of
the fall SGC elections.
ALSO NEEDED
Assistants to the elections director
INTERVIEWS for these positions will be held
MONDAY and TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6 and 7.
Need more info? Stop by the SGC offices, 3rd
floor Union to sign up for interview and to
pick up an application.

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SUNDAY DINNER at Pizza Prices!
1 HEAPING PLATE OF SPAGHETTI, with tomato and
meat sauce prepared in our kitchen
FRENCH BREAD
SALAD: crisp greens with your choice of dressing

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