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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Students to receive credit
for working in state govt.

By KEN PARSIGIAN
The Michigan Department of
Civil Services will sponsor a
new program in January that
will enable students at most
state colleges - including the
University - to earn academic
credit while working for the
state government.
Program head Smead Ed-
wards said the project is a re-
sult of an successful experiment
conducted this past summer, in
which 13 Michigan State Uni-
versity students received credit
for work in the state depart-
ments of Agriculture, Natural
Resources, Civil Service, and
Budget and Management.
THE GOAL of the program is
to provide students with a
chance to learn the workings of

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state government first hand, mer," she added. "It wasn't
according to Edwards. like I was just a traince. They
Edwards said, "We don't want let me work, and I loved it.' <at-ยข
this to be a training school for Although most of the jobs are F'
'go-fers.' We want responsible currently in Lansing, Edwards
students who can work at a job hopes to have jobs available all
that will be consistent with their over the state. The jobs are
education. Hopefully, some peo- limited to juniors, seniors, and .
ple will go on to get a perma- graduate students, and right
nent job with one of the state now, the only payment is in
departments. credits. Ho w e v e r Edwards
One of the summer partici- hopes that by January students
pants did just that. Shirley Roels will receive cash as well as
worked for the Department of credits.
Budget and Management this The program is being handled
summer. After her graduation at the University by the Career
she acquired a full-time job Planning and Placement office. M'
with the Department of Com- Interested University students
merce. should contact Kathy Costello . 4
"Without the program, I would at 3200 Student Activities Build-
never have gotten this job," she ing. University students should
said. "I was given a chance to be able to work full or part- ., a ..
really do some work this sum- time starting winter term
Hanging postponed
NASSAU, Bahamas (IP) - A ment ,said an appeal applica-
Milwaukee man who admitted tion was filed at noon yester-
killing three fellow tourists be- day by a Bahamia nlaw firm
cause they were "the angels of hired by U. S. officials.
Lucifer," was granted an indefi- The appeal request said that AP Photo
nite 'delay yesterday in his substatial frmqesatitwasnt
scheduled hanging after an ap- an ia W et work
peal was filed by the U. S. Em- available at earlier trials that
I could have been grounds for A Kansas City policeman directs National Guardsmen Sunday night as they fight a fire. Fire-
bassy, afficias said. defense, includin the fact that men in the city are on strike for higher wages.
The decision by Darrell Rolle,dfsic ngh at a
Bahamnian minister ,of home af. Shobek suffered brain damage
fairs, came 13 hours before Mi- as a result of a viral infection UNAN IIOUS OPINION:
chiah Shobek, 22, was to be when he was 2 years old.
hanged. The execution had
been set for 8 a.m. today.k ilTe minister of home af-
fairs believes it fit and proper
CYRIL Stevenson, a spokes- that any accused person should
man of the Bahamian govern- at all times be afforded every (Continued fromPage 1) Harper, said grooves on the test the second gun theory and.
opportunity to exhaust all of- photographs have said a second bullets could not have been pro- asked the seven experts, select-
cia processes where the va- gun was used. The Los Angeles duced by Sirhan's .22 calibre ed from all over the United
lidity of the conviction was Police Department said only one Iver Johnson cadet revolver. States, to decide:
ECO NO.CAR brought into question," Steven- gun was involved. The gun used by Sirhan was "Do the exhibits in any way
son said. Iprefired four times Sept 26. The support the conclusion tha: a
438 W HURON In 1970, a tap Los Angele bullets were retrieved from a second weapon was fired at the
ANNARORJohn Provost of Holy Cross i oia thsee barrel of water and were used tm lte xe sita
of CosItebullets at the scene did not, o aeradweeue The ballistics experts sail that
in the study.. by seven experts treo h ih ult on
last season led major college match Sirhan's gun. that ldtoy th coclusio n three of the eight bullets found
players in punt returns. He's The two bullets were one in nounced yesterday.it the scene ould not be direct
Asecond on the career listin-in Kennedy's neck and another in iy linked to Sirhan's gun, but
AUTOS TO RENT terceptions with 27 n l the body of a wounded bystan- gAmong those who pressed to this was due. to impact damage
t trcetins ith27and holds derget the examination of the Ken- and 'deterioration of the builets
the career record for inter-. nedy evidence reopened were over the years.
I ncluding a ception returns with 470 yards. THE criminologist, William one of his campaign aides, Paul:
LUXURY LIMOUSINE-Schrade, wounded at the scene, "IF THE bullet ?s deformed,
and CBS Television, which is damaged or multilared (as is
doing a filmed report on the frequently the case with led
assassination. bullets), the measurement or
Trancen entl irifling angle (a common ball-
IN SEPTEMBER Superior tics test) cannot be made with
You Must Be 21 Court Judge Robert Wenke or- the a;curacy necessary to be of
Meditation (TM) " " - . .

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AS TAUGHT BY
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

Student alcohol use
hgh, survey shows

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expansion of awareness

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improved athletic performance

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Today, Tuesday, October 7
2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Kuenzel Room, 1st floor, Michigan Union
Students' International Meditation Society: 761-8255
(Also, introductory lectures every week at the TM center,
1207 Packard: Wednesdays, 12 noon & 8:00 p.m. and
Fridays, 7:30 p.m.)

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heroin and probably would use
it again.
Upon being told of the survey1
yesterday, Police Chief Krasny
said, "I think you'll find those
who have come in contact with
hard drugs were not University-
related people.
"The University has taken a
black eye, unfortunately (be-
cause) there are people who try
to prey on the University stu-
dents and rip them off," Krasny
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added. "There's been so much
national plibicity and then the
$5 dollar drug law which I don't
even like to talk about . . . this
has given people the idea that
you can come to Ann Arbor and
do any damn thing you want and
that isn't the fact.
"IT APPEARS to us that the
University student is shying
away from LSD while marijuana
is probably more common,"
Krasny went on. "The possibil-
ity of experimentation (with
! hard drugs) is going by the
wayside because they (students)
see their friends who got
hooked.''
Of those surveyed, 69.6 per
cent said they use alcohol and
do not intend to stop, making it
the most popular drug on cam-
pus. Only 6.1 per cent said they
I had never tried it.
Only 0.7 per cent said they
used barbituates regularly and
1.3 per cent said they used am-
phetamines regularly.
Only half of those who replied
said they had never used to-
bacco and did not intend to,
while 3.7a per cent said they
smoked and would continue to.
Nine-and-a-half per cent said
they would quit smoking some
day, and 2.2 per cent said they
~would stop ifthey could.
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