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Tuesday, Octobe- 21, 1975

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Se Bayb enters
presidential race

'Quinlan case
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WASHINGTN (AP) - Sen. Birch Bayh, the youthful-look- i
ing 47-year-old Indiana Democrat whose constitutional amend- MORRISTOWN, N.J. (AP)-A
ment put Gerild Ford in the White House, formally joins his legal battle that could spell life
party's presidential chase today as one of the favorites. or death for Karen Ann Quin-
lan began in a small courtroom
The ninth Democrat to declare his intentions, Bayh is bare- here yesterday, while the young
ly visible in public opinion polls but is generally believed by women's parents, accompanied
party officials to have broad potential for support in a num- by three Roman Catholic
ber of key areas. priests, looked on in silence.

HE HOPES TO PUT TOGETHER a coalition of backerst
from organized labor, women's groups, blacks and liberals,
based on his Senate record and a contention that he is both
liberal and electable.
Bayh was headed for a 1972 presidential bid but dropped
out when his wife, Marvella, had to undergo breast cancer
surgery. She has since recovered.
Even before Tuesday's announcement, which will take
place in the Indiana State House in Indianapolis where Bayh,
became speaker at 31, he has begun to demonstrate organi-
zational strength.+
IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, scene of the Feb. 24 kickoff pri-
mary, Bayh's campaign manager is Eileen Gonthier, a top
Democrat in the state. State Chairman Laurence Radway says
Bayh has considerable strength among party leaders.

Attorneys for all sides deliv-
ered opening statements, and
two lawyers strongly opposed
an application by Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Quinlan to shut off a
respirator that has kept their
adopted daughter alive for six
months on grounds it would be
QUINLAN, 21, has been in a
coma since last April, when she
apparently ingested by accident
a dangerous combination of al-
cohol and tranquilizers. She has
been hospitalized in the inten-
sive care ward of St. Clare's
Hospital, 10 miles from here,
with no apparent hope of re-

the stand, Superior Court Judge
Robert Muir ordered a recess
to permit the Quinlan's attor-
ney Paul Armstrong, to confer
with the doctors. State Atty.
Gen. William Hyland was grant-
ed permission by the judge to
sit in on the conference.
Hyland joined the case on be-
half of Quinlan last month. Also
I representing the state was Mor-
ris County Prosecutor Donald
B E L G R A D E, Yugoslavia
(UPI) - One holiday idea for
the more adventurous traveler
in Yugoslavia is a raft trip
down one of the country's moun-
tain. rivers.
The trips, lasting from one to
three or four days, were organ-
ized on a limited scale a few
years ago but have now become
a known tourist attraction-par-
ticularly on Bosnia's Drina Riv-
ev. Although the rafts are guid-

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In the March 2 Massachusetts primary, Bayh's campaign The strongest objections came ed by experienced hands, pas-
will be run by . John McKean, who ran George MeGovern's from Daniel Coburn, Quinlan's sengers take the trip at their
successful 1972 primary. In New York, Bayh has enlisted Bronx court-appointed guardian for the own risk, as mishaps with rafts
Borough President Robert Abrams, also a 1972 McGovern chair- case, and from Ralph Porzio, capsizing or striking rocks are
man, attorney for the 21-year-old not uncommon.
woman's physicians, Dr. Robert
h.." {N'"-. me }f..ti:},}i"k'rl:;'r::: Morse and Dr. Arshad Javed. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Porzio invoked images of Nazi Volume LXXXVI, No. 41
--.'.m .... atrocities and the gas chambers Tuesday, October 21, 1975
Df World War II in opposing the is edited and managed by students
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Da aeday, o, theyMatter;figy s A ncircul"The Heart Quinlan's application. He said phone 764-0562. Second class postage
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Among the engineers and scientists, we're looking for education and
career interests' in communications, data processing, electro-optics,
sensor systems, nuclear effects, statisticalitest design, mathematical
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Growth in a matrix organization
Are you familiar with the matrix organization concept? If not, our or-
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You will probably spend at least the first year at our headquarters
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your interests ... and ours.
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(4) attractive remuneration and ,benefits programs, (5) a professional
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