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Fridoy, November 114, 1575

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, Nc~vember 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sexy guys strut their stuff
in male beauty competition

(Codtinaed from Page 1) with the help of her "Fourth
Wednesday's resignation of Su- Flo-r Foxes."1
pretie Court Justice William O. The $75 in proceeds will go to
Douglas, and whether it is "bet- T $ T oo
ter to die for something or live Maxey Boys Training School, a
for nothing." juvenile detention home.f
"qIREE TRIPS off the At one point the preceeding
"THRE TIPSoffthetop of were interrupted when a group
Burton Tower will tell you no," callng themselves COME (Citi-
said hairy-chested Steve Borkan.-, zens Organized for Male Equal-
The pageant was the brain- ity) stormed the stage carrying
child of Couzens RA Charlitta a torch and signs, including oneE
Blair, who organized the event ? which read "Penis Power."
Ford may choose
woman, conservative

"The tide has turned, we be-
lieve in equality for men. Wo-
men's lib has usurped our role.
We want our jocks back, we
want to wear the pants in the
family," the group's official
statement said.
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evacuated i fire
A fire starting late last night a major ventilation problem.
in the laundry of the University According to Pat Mears, a
Law Quad caused the tempo- ,University law student who dis-
rary evacuation of the Lawyer's covered the fire at approximate-
Club and housing areas A ly 11 p.m., the fire began in a
through D. laundry cart in the basement.
There were no injuries re- "THERE WERE things scat-
ported, and according to secur- tered aroundthe floor that made
ity, smoke damage and damage! it look like arson to me," said
to the basement water pipes Mears.
were the only ill effects. Mears said the smoke pre-
Students were evacuated for vented him from discerning ex-
about two hours. actly what kinds of items were
ANN ARBOR Fire Depart- surrounding the laundry cart,
mert Battalion Chief Neil Rowe but said he did note that a base-
reported that the fire appears ball cap had been lying in
to have started in a pile of "rub- flames.
bish and clothing" surrounding "It made it look like someone
one of the laundry carts in the' had been intermeddling," said
basement service area. Mears.
Although the fire was con- Rowe said it had not been
tained in the laundry room, determined., that arson was to
Rowe said it generated exten- blame for the fire, but that the
sive smoke and heat, creating fire is under investigation.

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(Continued from Page ) unble to carry a fu
integrity, judicial temperament since he was stricken
and professional ability as wants to act "as q
knOwn to other members of the possible."
profession," the statement said. Women who have b
An ABA committee is expect- tioned as possible non
ed to meet Wednesday to make clude Circuit Court o
its review. Judge Shirley Hufsted
Nessen said that Ford has not Angeles: Carla Hills,
had time to draw up a lengthy of housing and urban
list d qualifications for the suc-' rent: former Rep
censor. Griffiths (D-Mich.), U
trict Court Judge Corn
'IT IS obviously one of the nedv of Detroit and
most important decisions that ' State Sunreme Covri
any President is called upon to Mary Coleman.
make," Nessen said. He added Among the men a
that Ford "will do it with great Gen. Levi and Sen
deliberation." Griffin (R-Mich.).
Nessen said that "there is a In replacing Doug
certain urgency to have a full could tip the present li
court" since Douglas has been ance on the court.
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Discussing his restaurant and its goals, owner Ray Coppa of the Lord Fox articu-
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