THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ardoy, October 25, 1975 .
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Satu rday, October 25, 1975
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IWt tMADRID, Spain-Gen. Fran-
JO HN HA R DE E cisco Franco was stricken yes-
13930 Abington terday by his third heart attack
4 Detroit, Mich. 48227 in less than three days and a
transfer of power to his chosen
r heir appeared imminent.
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A state had suffered a new "coro-
clothing business by taking advantage of our TONIGHT nary insufficiency," or tempo-
tH EADWIND early evening, the report said,
the attack had subsided and
Appearing at the Franco was resting peacefully,
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F why subsequent season - ticket
Our ENTIRE inventory including ,U314 SO. FOURTH ST. purchasers get top priority."
. "WE'VE BEEN as fair as we
(Funky jazz) could be," said Ticket Manager
Allan Renfrew. "There's just
SUITS DRESS SH I RTSlDAaNCING nothing we can do. This happens
S RTto other schools, too, and they
43 oC -ooo- do the same thing."
SPORTCOATS SPORT SHIRTS
TROUSERS SWEATERS UNIVERSITY SHOWCASE PRODUCTION
REDUCED 30% to 50%
" BROTHERS COMPANY A
' Monday-Sat. 9:30-5:30 This Sunday only 12-54_ N.R Davidson's
NO STORE CHARGES A Play About MALCOLM X
Master Charge & BankAmericard Accepted OCTOBER 22-25 8 P.M. TRUEBLOOD THEATRE
ADVANCE TICKET SALES THROUTH PTP TICKET OFFICE
Located in Mendelssohn Theatre Lobby - Mon. thru Fri. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., 2- 5 p.m.
. 1119 South University 663- 1 920 t TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR - For information call 764-0450
IS PRODUCtION SPONSORED BY MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
..._ . ..
iffers third heart
wer transfer soon
THE NEW attack came only
nine hours after his doctors
said Franco's condition had im-
EBut informed sources said the
General was slipping in and out
of a coma, brought on by an in-
sufficient supply of oxygen to
The sources said Prime Min-j
ister Carlos Arias Navarro found
Franco unconscious Thursday
night when he went to see him,
partly to discuss the signing of
a document handing over power
to Prince Juan Carlos de Bor-
BUT EVEN if Franco dies
without signing such a docu-
mentsthe 37-year-old prince,
grandson of A lf on so XIII,
Spain's last king, will assume
power, having been designated
the general's successor in 1969.
jRumors that Franco had died
swept sun-lit Madrid as local
new agencies carried advance
obituaries on the only ruler a
whole generation of Spaniards
ever has known.
sue U' for tickets
Based on "past history," Ren- "surprisingly few people have
frew explained, the ticket office complained about it."
erroneously estimated anin- tC t U L D University stalling
crease of, at most, only 6,000 tactics spoil the law students'
season ticket buyers over the chances of attending n e x t
1974 season's 53,000. As it turned month's game? "We're arrang-
out, h o w e v e r, the increase ing for it (the case) to be heard
amounted to 15,000 persons, so on time," Sherman said confi-
9,000 single ticket buyers had to dently. "Certain things can be
be denied admission. heard within three days time."
Renfrew said that all the 9,000 The law students, however,
unluky fns hve. eensent are afraid that publicity over
unluky fns ave een their legal move in Circuit Court
their refund checks, adding that may work against them.
7"We've been trying to keep
the noise down on this," Sher-
man said. "It's kind of pre-
''There are certain people
who are in the same situation
as we are," he explained.
"The Parallax View is con-
cerned with political assas-
sinations and proves that
fiction can probe real life
horrors to a stronger point
than m o s t partisan docu-
Saturday, Oct. 25
7:30 and 9:30
$1.50-All proceeds go to
Ann Arbor Teach-In, Nov.
2, 3. and 4. fill Auditorium.
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