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Thursday, February 12, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, February 12, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Nine

Dorm drawing:

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(Continued from Page 1) Not everyone was enjoying
Across campus at Bursley, the occasion. Karen Brinck, a
the staff tried to make the lottery watcher who came to
drawing a festive occasion. give support to a friend claim-
Free refreshments were offered ed, "I wouldn't come back if
as the game of chance rolled you paid me."
on.
Before the lottery began, OTHERS seemed to express
thefattitueethaotteron'tereal
Building Director Loretta An- attitude that "I don't real
derson announced that there jycahenthut screed wt
would be almost enough spacesn they received a in-
for all those who reapplied. ning number.
NEARLY 125 people watched Some were not so lucky. A
Resident Advisor Barb Mc- woman who drew number 213,
Carthy draw slips from the seodo1h aiiglslf
women's box. In the East Cafe- thecafeteria in tears.
feria a crowd of 225 gathered as Freshwoman Sue Sidun said,
other staff members drewthe "Winning is a step in the right
men's names. direction." She plans to move
Both cafeterias were decorat- to a Central Campus dorm.
ed with colorful signs proclaim-' Close to 85 per cent of the
ing "Feldkamp's Folly: If you men and 80 per cent of the
Win you Lose." Residents women who participated in the
cheered, hissed, and booed as Bursley drawing received a
the names came from the box. winning number.

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shots into Edwards, calling him:
a racist.
{Continued from Page 1) Democratic Mayor Wheeler
stick pins in walls, pull out. responded to the citizens in his
ceiling tile, and check all wir- prepared statement: "During
ing. They do just about any- my 25 years of experience in
thing short of tearing down the civil rights, I also learned that
walls, they claim, g .blacks or whites, groups or in-,
Their clientele, although most- dividuals, with particular axes
ly businesses, includes politici- to grind, capitalize on incidents
ans, contractors, unions, law-. which have the slightest hint of
yers and private individuals. racial overtones in order to
Patrick refrained from disclos- grind those axes."
ing names, saying only, "We
have some incredibly large' PAUL WATSON, spokesman

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clients."
t enCMSS HAS a policy of not
asking any questions of their
clients. If they knowingly de-
bug a criminal, they can be
charged with co-conspiracy to
the crime.
But Patrick admits that some
of their clients must be "doing
something illegal to warrant our
"

for members of the crowd call-
ing themselves P e o p l e for
United Justice, said that "we
need to examine police, proced-
ures, including the strength of
firearms used."
Watson added that Anderson
and Pressley violated a general
police order authorized by Po-
lice Chief Walter Krasny which
provides that "an officer shall
no r mni nrn whn is

1wd asks
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RESTORING HEALTH, WHOLENESS, HARMONY, JUSTICE
anchenko (SHRP-Second Ward) In our culture, healing of mind, body, spiirt and community are most often considered
rticulated the sentiments of separately, for instance, through osvcholoov, medicine, religion, and politics. Are there
uost of the crowd when she principles, processes images, forms on which seemingly diverse kinds of healing are
uggested that the two officers based.
e suspended, pending investi- Canterbury House invites you to a series of discussions this term on "The Connections
a ever, Wheeler pointed out Among Physical, Psychological, Spiritual and Political Healing.
hat council doesn't have the!FridayFebruary ,
>ower to suspend police officers
because of "signed contracts the "NON-WEST ERN ME DICINE
city has with the police organi- '
ation groups and unions."
The mayor explained that Max Heirich
both officers, although not sus-
pended, have been taken off the U. OF M. SOCIOLOGY PROFESSOR
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Clemency
Stempel k
(Continued from Page 1)
him up, because they can't do
anything more to you.' "
Oakland C o u n t y Prosector
Patterson took exception to Run-
dell's reasoning. "I'm surprised
that Mr. Rundell would make
such a remark," he responded,1
"because it betrays a lack of
knowledge about the various1
types of sentences available to
the court."
According to Patterson, the
type of life sentence applicable
to Wilson and Williams would'
allow for their eventual parole.
This is not the same as the sen-
tence "for the remainder of
natural life" which carries no
possibility of parole and is pass-
ed solely against first-degree
murderers.
"I INTEND to press for the
maximum sentence the law al-
lows," said Patterson, "because
this sort of thing just can't be
allowed to continue."
He says he has nothing per-
sonally against the two confess-
ed kidnapers. "I don't consider
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E services. " nott re upon a persun wn
Bugging and wiretapping have fleeing from him on mere sus-
ask ed or been illegal since 1968, but Hel- picion that such person may'
ler says the listening devices have committed a felony, or
are easy to get. solely because a person fails to
stop at his command, or runs a
idnappers "THESE THINGS were sold blockade."
supermarket style for years and Many of the aggrieved blacks
many are still out there," he claimed that the officers knew
them a pair of typical street declares. Edward before the shooting and
hoodlums by any means," he Patrick c o n s i d e r s CMSS's were out to get him.
declared. "After all, they didn't services a moral battle "com-
kill Tim Stempel-and that will batting a now-common social ABOVE heckling and catcalls
be taken into consideration by evil. We are dedicated to the from the crowd, Council man-
the court, I'm sure. But it principle that no one should get aged to pass two resolutions
doesn't make their crime any bugged by anyone, anytime." dealing with weapons policy and.
less heinous." Bugs are found by the outfit an investigation into the shoot-
"I'm concerned here with about 15 per cent of the time. ing.
preventing this kind of crime Once informed, the client can ' The first resolution directs
in our community," Patterson contact the FBI, rip, out the the city administrator to rec-:
continued. He is certain that bug, or do as Patrick recom- ommend a policy on the use ofr
stiff sentencing will act as a mends: "Keep the bug in place firearms by the police.
deterrent to other would-be kid- and provide it with lots and lots' The second resolution directs
nappers. of bullshit." , the administrator to thoroughly
investigate the shooting inci-
"WE'RE WORRIED mainly A thoughtful touch: WARM dent.
with one aspect of the crime," maple syrup to serve with pan-
he said, "the random selection cakes. COUNCILWOMAN Kathy Ko-
of victims. The kidnappers ad- - -
mitted that they were out look-.
ing for any little boy or girl who
looked affluent enough to snatch.!
People in Oakland County don't?
want to be terrorized simply
because they live in a prestigi-
ous area. We're going to make
an example of these two."
Wilson and Williams are due
to be sentenced on March 11.
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