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Tuesday, November 25, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, November 25, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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MARYLAND GOVERNOR INDICTED

Mandel accused

of graft

SGC votes tallied;
revision plans pass

To our ADVERTISERS:
Have a Happy Thanksgiving
-AND REMEMBER
the deadline for the Tuesday, Dec. 2
issue will be Wednesday, Nov. 26

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W A S H I N G T O N (Reu- tion, Mandel had vetoed a bill
ter) - A federal grand jury increasing Marlboro's racing+
yesterday indicted Maryland days from 18 to 36. The legis-
Governor Marvin Mhndel on lature soon after overrode thet
charges of taking payoffs from veto, with some of the votes
friends in the racetrack busi- coming from staunch Mandel

(Continued from Page 1)
Giuseppe says, "The con-con
shall meet in winter of '75 and
the executive vice president
(Mitchell) shall convene the
meeting."

AP Photo
MARYLAND GOVERNOR Marvin Mandel talks briefly with
reporters yesterday after a federal grand jury indicted him
for accepting payoffs while in office. Mandel, whose 'term is
up next year, denied any wrong doing.
Police arrest two
in latest b1ank h1eist

Police arrested two men yes-'
terday afternoon in connection
with the city's 20th bank rob-
bery this year and eighth in the
last eight weeks.
Police said a passing patrol
car arrested one man as he fled
from the Broadway branch of
the Ann Arbor Bank and Trust.
An alleged accomplice driving
a getaway car was picked up
approximately an hour later,
(police said.
IDENTIFICATION of the
suspects is being withheld pend-
ing arraignment today. Police
would not disclose the amount
of money recovered.
It was the third time in less
than a week that gunmen had
struck at branches of the bank.
Last week, gunmen robbed one
branch of $77,000, and swiped
$60,000 from another. Police

said the two robberies were not
carried out by the same man.
Police said last week that theE
holiday season always brings an
a rash of robberies.
"We got a hell of a break
this time," said Lt. Richard
Hill of yesterday's incident.
"WE INCREASED patrols
about the banks after the ear-
lier hold ups," he said, "and a
patrol was just passing whenj
they spotted the suspect just
outside of the bank."
Police said the same branch
has been robbed six times since
1970.
Universities, in the modern
sense of the term, sprang up in
the 12th and 13th centuries in
response to the resurgence of
learning that preceded the Re-
naissance in Europe.

ness and other forms of graft. allies, who had never previous-
Mandel, a Democrat, has held ly split with him on any issue. PROCEDURES governing the
Maryland's top office since During the grand jury's in- operation of the con con will be
1969. He succeeded iSpiro Ag- vestigation, some members of decided by the delegates them-
new, when Agnew became vice the state Senate testified that selves.
president. aides representing the Gover-
nor circulated among legisla- The names of fifteen potential
bilack grays chars satng tors urging them to vote in fa- delegates appeared on the bal-
back to his days as a state of- rofvrrdgthvt. lot in this election, but their
ficial left to Agnew's forced3 vor of overriding the veto, votes have yet to be talliedi
resignations of the vice presi- Among the federal laws -t
dency in 1973. Mandel was accused of violat- Proponents of the con can
Named as defendants, be- ing were bribery, mail fraud claim that it allows for wide-
sides Mandel were: and conducting state affairs spread student input in an im-
through a pattern of racketeer- portant decision - making pro-
-Dale Hess, a former ma- ing. cess, but its detractors express
jority leader of the Marylandi-d
House of Delegates, who is co- abletoheffectively redraft the
owner of the politically-power- = current constitution. '
ful Tidewater Insurance Asso- I etLrl I
ciates. OBSERVERS agree that re-
-Harry Rodgers and his bro- visions to the constitution will
ther William Rodgers, presi- probably go before the student
dent and vice president, re- body for approval in an election
spectively of Tidewater. - sometime in 1977.
-Irving Kovens, former own- he The defeat of the SLAP fund
er of the Charlestown Racetrack im1easure prentsCounclfrom
of Charlestown, West Virginia using $12,000 in funds left from
-Ernest Cory, a Maryland last year to for anything other
lawyer. DETROIT (UPI) - A sniper than putting a lawyer on its
The indictment was returned firing from the top floor of a staff.
by a grand jury sitting in Balti- west side motel shot and killed
more and announced simultanr a neighborhood store employe The money was originally
eously by the Justice Depart- then wounded two policemen earmarked to provide a salary
ment in Washington. late yesterday before apparent- for an SGC attorney, but mem-
According to the Grand Jury, ly dying in a fire touched off by bers have yet to hire legal coun-
the Governor secretly received police bullets and tear gas. sel. The $12,000 must now re-
interest in business enterprises A man's body along with an main for its original purpose.
from some of the other defen- army carbine was found in a
dants in return for his efforts charred room about three hours WITH THE approval. of the
to win legislation that would after the shooting erupted. voluntary funding measure, re-
benefit them and to secure ac- HE WAS not immediately ported earlier, the provision for
tion by state agencies that his identified nor was the man who future SLAP funding has been
secret pagtners requested. was shot to death in a volley struck from the All-Campus
Among the alleged payoffs fired from the window of the Constitution.
cited by the indictment were a Lincoln Motel.
15 per cent interest given Man- Police identified the two Flax linen ismade of fibers
del in a land venture, Ray's wounded officers as Al Kraisch, from the stems of the flax
Point Incorporated, and an in- 30, and Arne Jouz, 28, who were plants.
terest in security. Investment listed in "temporary serious" ------- -. -
company, owner of land and condition in a Detroit hospital.
buildings leased to federaltgov- One officer suffered a gunshot ECONO-CA
ernment agencies in Baltimore. wound in the thigh, the other a"
These financial benefit were gunshot wound in the ankle.
payment, the indictment said, POLICE said they were un 438 W. HURON
for attempts by Mandel to se- able to determine why the man ANN ARBOR
cure passage of legislation bene- opened fire.
fitting Marlboro racetrack. Witnesses said amanrfired TURKEY TRIP?
!Hess and Harry Rodgers sec- "two or three" shots from a "fC
retly bought control of the third floor of the motel, then
track in 1971, using the names opened fire again after the Rent Your Wheels
of others so that their role as grocery store employe went
owners would not be disclosed outside to check. He was felled, from Us
Shortly before the transac- witnesses said, by three or four All Types of Autos to
shots. Rent, Including oLux.
Always use cornstarch rather About 100 policemen rushed R
than flour in the sauce for a to the scene, donned bulletproof ury Limousine
Chinese stir-fry dish you are vests and gas masks and called.
creating. If a printed recipe of! for a helicopter and tank. 663-2033
this sort calls for flour, don't As scores of bullets and tear
try it because it isn't authentic: gas cannisters were fired into You Must Be 21
cornstarch gives the necessary the motel, it burst into flames,
translucency for a sauce of this turning into what witnesses
sort; flour makes a sauce called an "inferno." Police con-
opaque. tinued shooting in an attempt to
flush out the gunman.
Stars are gigantic balls of su- - - -
perheated gas, kept hot by
atomic reactions in. their cen- COUPLES
ters.COUPLESWEK ENDw,
, WOR KSH OP'

The constitution provided for
75c to be collected, from every
student on campus; 30c was in-
tended for SLAP. The passage
of voluntary funding eliminated
that part of the charter.
Even is council appoints a
staff lawyer, their SLAP funds
will become exhausted, and un-
less they find an alternative
means to raise money, SGC ev-
entually will be forced to aban-
don their legal advocate pro-
gram.
READING
John Gardner
NOVELIST
Thurs., Dec. 4, 4:00 p.m.
Rackham Lecture H311
HOPWOOD FRESHMAN
COMPOSITION
AWARDS
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

THEATRE-Medieval and Renaissance Drama,
Shakespeare
LITERATURE-The Arts and Architecture
Come to an informal meeting
December 4 at 7:30
in 7635 Haven Hall
OR CALL
E. J. JENSEN at 764-6357
R. T. LENNGHAN at 763-2273

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reams of glory
on a Sunda y morn
(Continued from Page a , He stuck the ball into my belly
above my head and carried it and I ran straight toward the
into the end zone. The crowd massive wall that formed in
erupted with an outpouring of front of me. At the last possi-
cheers, confetti, and rolls of ble second, I planted my foot

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squeezably soft Charmin'.
"It's not over yet," I shouted
to the rest of the team as the
scoreboard tallied the six
points.
I w a l k e d ,over to Coach
Schembechler, panting more
with excitement than -fatigue.
"We're going for two," I said.
"DAMNED RIGHT WE are,"
he shot back. That's all I want-
ed to hear.
The platoon deployed at the
three yards line. Leach called
the signals. The line exploded.

and launched myself skyward.
Up, up, and over.
My head crashed onto the
Tartan carpet - I knew, first-
hand, why the hungriest cow in
the world wouldn't try to eat
that stuff. But I didn't care.
It was worth those two points.
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The Feathered Serpent
IMPORTS & CRAFTS
FROM THE AMERICAS

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Dec. 5,6, & 7
RELATIONSHIP-
TRUST-
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662-4826 (evenings)
ANN WRIGHT
426-2735 (mornings)

I won't be suited up for the
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stadium. They had to put me Telep
on the injured list for game.-
You see, I'm having my wis-
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Eve.

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home (313) 995-4222

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ELECTIONS

Sludenis Don't Have
To Be Sheep ..
You Can Make a Difference!
SGC will be interviewing
for the following positions:
SGC Student Insurance Committee
Research Policy (grad student only)
Director of Personnel
Permanent Interview Board (grad student only)
INTERVIEWS for these committees will be held TUESDAY
and WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2nd & 3rd. Need more informa-
tion? Stop by SGC, 3rd floor of the Union; sign up for on
interview and pick up an application.

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For Eight (8) Full Year Positions on the
Executive Council of the
LSA Student Government
will be held on Dec. 8 and 9, 1975.
In order to run for a seat you must sign
up at the LSA Goverment office at:
Room 4001 Michigan Union
DEADLINE for Applying Is:
Tues., Nov. 25, 1975 at 5:00 p.m.

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A phone call. A simple,
ten-cent phone call for a cab could
save your friend's life.
If your friend has been
drinking too much, he shouldn't
be driving.

that the drunk drivels responsible
for killing young people are most
often other young people.
Take a minute. Spend a
dime. Call a cab. That's all. If you
can't do that, drive him yourself.

DRUNK DRIVER, DEPT. Y*
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ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20852
I want to save a friend's life.
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