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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 2, 1975

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Police kill man as

Stevens

NEW ENGLAND LITERATURE
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1 May-12 June
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Tuesday, December 2
Day Calendar
GWUOM: Panel & critique, 4t De-
tente in Practice: Problems, Oppor-
tunitiles, & Pitfalls," with Sen. Ken-
nedy (D-Mass.); US Ambassador to
UN Moynihan; co-founder & co-di-
re to Inst. for Policy Studies, R.
Barnet; Sen. Javits (R-NY); & prof
emer Hans J. Morgenthau, U. of
Chicago, 9:30 am.
CEW: Brown bag, 328 Thompson,
noon-1:15 pm.
WIN Bulletin: Women's Conf.
Rm., basement Admin., 12:15 pm.
Enfilish/Hopwood Program: Rob-
e rt E. Hayden, poet, autographs his
latest collection, Angle of Ascent,
Hopwood Rm., 2-4 pm.
Romance Languages, Medieval and
Renaissance Collegium: Jacques
Roger, U. of Paris, "Scientific
Thinking as an Element of De-
struction," Cook Rm., N. Entryway,
Law Quad, 3 pm.
Biophysics: C. M. Venkatachalam,
"Theoretical Aspects of Protein
Folding," 205 P&A Bldg., 3 pm.
Atomic Physics: C. C. Wang, Ford
Scientific Lab, "Energy, Environ-
ment, and Laser Spectroscopy," 2038
Randall Lab, 4 pm.
English: Poetry reading, under-
grads, Pendleton Arts Rm., Union,
4:10 pm.
Women of the University Facul-
ty: Sarah Power, regent, "A New
Aegent's Perspective," U Club, 6:30
pm.
Human Physiology Films: Life
and Death, S. Lec. Hall, Med. Cci.
II, 8 pm.
Music School: Chamber Wind
Players, Cady Rm., Stearns, 8 pm;'
saxophone degree recital, Recital
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Basketball: UM vs. Vanderbilt~
Crisler Arena, 8:05 pm.1
Gnoaratica m he threatens baby earing
Housing: In-Residence staff post-
Lions, Informational meetings -
Couzens-Today, 7 pm, Living rm; PONTIAC (UPI)-Police shot, holding the baby and the knife. 1
SMosher-Jordan-Today, 8 pm, Jor-I
dan Lounge Stockwell-Today, 9 pm, and killed a 27-year-old father
Career Planning & Placement infant daughter's stomach yes- car neared St. Joseph Hospital,
3200 sAB, 763-4117 terday as officers drove the Ovidio reportedly said he would (Continued from. Page 1)
Interested in working for the tra kill the baby anyway
Boston Globe or Newsweek Maga- man to Detroit Metropolitan y ayay. length with him and Hruska.
zine for the summer? They will be Airport for a flight he had de- Fritz said the officers "were EASTLAND said Stevens,
accepting application for internship manded to California forced to take fatal action to confirmed by the Senate in 1970
positions Jan. 1 for info on how to
apply consult journalism internship Police Lt. James Fritz said save the baby's life," and the as a judge on the 7th U. S. Cir-
fie inSummer Placement, C&PVeldvia Ovidio walked into the two riding in the back seat shot cuit Court of Appeals, seemed
American Society of Magazine Vildve aOda oorralkeryintottnecpbl.
Editors Summer Internship Pro- city police station at midafter- OvidiospHe was dead on arrival very pleasant and capable.
gram now accepting applications & noon with his 5-month-old daugh- at the hospital. The baby was However, Eastland said that
nominations for summer positions; ter clutched to his chest. In the unharmed and later was return- if the committee's hearings are
for more info on how to apply other hand he had a lgknife ed to its mother.
consult DO, application deadline arge to be completed before Con-
Dec. 12. pointed at her stomach. ; Fritz said Ovidio's motive was gress adjourns for the year,
Summer Placement "He said he would kill, the not known, but he had a history there will have to be practic-
3200 SAB, 763-4117 baby if there were any problems of mental problems. An investi- ally no opposition.
Rand Corp., CA announces sum- or if anyone attempted to take gation was started by the Oak-
mrprog. o students who have .
completed at least 1 year grad. the baby from him," Fritz said. land County prosecutor's office. Sen. Robert Byrd, (D-W.
study; fields of interest - engr. Va.), the deputy majority lead-
sciences, economics, manag., physi- OFFICERS coaxed Ovidio far- About 2.3 million barrels of er and a judiciary committee
cal sciences, etc.; further details ther into the station, but none crude oil move daily on Cara- member, said he doubted the
available.
Attention: deadline appI. for Jan. could get close enough to dis- dian pipelines. Senate could act on the nomina-
exam for Summer Federal Govern. arm him or get the baby. At! tion before it adjourns - espe-
exame is Dec. 12; It is wise to take that point, Fritz said, Ovidio de- The first weightlifting world cially if Congress adjourns by
this first exam. manded a flight to Califrnia. championships were held in Dec. 12.
Council for Economic Priorities isLodni1$2
accepting applications for their Police agreed to the demand, London in 1891. BYRD TOLD newsmen there
summer intern program; has sev- and Ovidio was provided a pa-
eral positions for students in econ., trol car with an officer driving The first known Olympiad was would be a better chance if, as
jour, stat, environmental sciences, annears likely, adjournment is
law, bio & chem. for more info and two others in the back seat. held in 776 B.C. adperunilyd.m1t
consult DOB at CP&P. Ovidio sat in the frnot seat, still FARMLAND I delayed until Dec. 19.

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President Ford, in announcing
his selection of the 55-year-old
Stevens to succeed Douglas,
said he hoped the Senate would
act promntlv to bring the court
up to full strength..
Senate Republican leader
H'igh Scott, a member of the
juldiciary committee, said all he
has read about Stevens has
been favorable.
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