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"People reacted fast, They
had Kevin in the emergency
ward at University Hospital
within 10 minutes. They worked
for an hour - they tried every-
think to try and revive him; but
I think they knew he was dead
before he reached the hospital,"
said Rosen.
ACCORDING to Dr. Houston,
who was on duty in emergency
when Cullen was admitted, the
young athlete sustained cardiac
and respiratory arrest, and they
could establish no heartbeat at
all.
"There is no good explanation
for the death," said Houston.
"The autopsy was performed to-
day and preliminary investiga-
tion has revealed nothing. Tis-
sue has been sent to Lansing for
analysis, so we should know by
the end of the week."
The deaths of the two students
has caused a cloud of depression
to settle over the residents of
the dormitory.

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"PEOPLE didn't break down zalski's art work, Rosen related
until later. Tim's death was just the deferred dreams of the as-

beginning to sink in when Kevin
died. These were two really
great people -- both out-going,
fun-loving and popular," said
Barry Cone, Cullen's roommate.
"We felt a different kind of
grief for each death," continued
Cone, his voice strained with
obvious sorrow. "Tim died away
from us, it was all somewhat
removed. But Kevin died right
here in front of the door. People
were really sad-we all cried
for them."
Cullen, who had been a mem-
ber of the swim team, had been
troubled earlier in the year by
abdominal pains and, according
to Cone, he "had a lot of trouble
getting going. His moods went
up and down, which was pretty
unusual for him.''
GUS Stager, Michigan's swim
coach, explained that Cullen had
been ill and never quite recover-
ed as well as he should have.
"He was just beginning to find
himself as a swimmer. It's all
so unexplainable and unfair.
We've had situations where a
swimmer has had an accident
before, but this is so shocking,"
said Stager.
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career in law.
According to Cone, "he had
everything going for him. We
had just been talking about how
good the rest of the year was
going to be. He had a few set-
backs this year, but Kevin was
the kind of guy who knew how
to roll with the punches. He
could always come back . ."
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products as they move through
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(Continued from Page 1) Inadequate water mains toI
arouedanxeti.esin .16olysupport new construction there;
aroused anxieties in 1960 only Hghcstutncss;
to dissolve suddenly a few weeks , High construction costs;
after the election," he said. 0 And to top it all off, in-
ability to secure government
The secretary of state's pre- funds. The city and the Univer-
pared remarks were clearly aim- sity recently were unable to
ed at Republican presidential secure over $10 million in Hous-
aspirant Ronald Reagan and ing and Urban Development
Democrats Henry Jackson and funds.
Jimmy Carter, all of whom IN ADDITION, builders insist
have criticized Kissinger's con-{ that no significant housing con-
duct of foreign policy under struction can occur unless rents
President Ford. go up.
William Tyler, property man-
"WE MUST take care," he ager for McKinley Associates,
said, "not to become so ob- states in a CFRP report that a
sessed with power alone that we rent increase is needed to "in-
become a fortress America and duce investors." He contends
neglect our ultimate political that currentlyinvestors can
and moral responsibilities." make better money elsewhere.
Developer William Martin of
While denying that Kissinger the 1st Martin Corporation has
is stumping for Ford's election, a plan for a high-rise on Lib-
his closest aides say, meanwhile,-
that he intends to respond with -
verve to what Kissinger consid-
ers to be unfounded, politically

"TIM'S MIND was unbeliev-1
ably creative - he could visual- Cubaeon
ize things so perfectly and could
translate his visions into reality.
Combined with his interest in/
science, he was going to use his Rho esi
art in medical illustration-"

(Continued from Page 1) erty St. But he claims it can't
* A "high risk" designation be built at the existing level of
of the area by city bankers,'rents because of high land and
creating larger than average in- construction costs.
terest rates on loans. as well as

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score of American cities he has
visited in less than a year, Kis-
singer planned two news con-
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ther-reaching and politically
significant proposed changes.
The court set yesterday as
the deadline but Congress was
not expected, to complete new
legislation for several weeks.
UNTIL THE legislation- is
passed, the commission c a n
review candidate requests for
campaign money but it can-
not authorize actual payments.
The commission met the court
deadline by awarding Ford, his
Republican opponent Ronald
Reagan and 10 Democratic can-
didates -- including three who
have dropped out - a total of
$980,266.
Subsidies approved today to
match money candidates raised
from private sources includedI
$339,603 for Alabama Gover-:
nor George Wallace; $167,758
for Ford and $122,909 for Rea-
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"I'M WILLING towait awhile
to see if the (financial) equa-
tion charges," ,Martin has said.
Spokespersons for the Ann Ar-
bor Tenants Union, on the other
hand, point out that tenants
still suffer poor maintenance,
housing code violations and se-
curity deposit abuses despite
paying the 2nd highest rent of
any area in the country.
Tenants Union militancy on
such issues and consumer
oriented. landlord-tenant laws in
the campus-downtown area have
made bankers and developers
hesitant to enter the market
there, adding to the housing
problems.
THE general decline in city
housing construction over the
past few years is the local re-
flection of a nationwide trend,
caused in large part by a money
shortage which shows no sign of
being alleviated.
Given this situation, the out-
look for rentalhousing in Ann
Arbor remains the same-bleak.
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Shriver,
quits
race
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direct campaign tests in New
Hampshire, Florida and Illinois.
Ford also won uncontested pri-
maries in Vermont and Massa-
chusetts.
The former California gover-
nor said both he and Ford will
go to the GOP convention with
sizeable blocs of delegates, and
claimed that uncommitted Re-
publicans will then hold the key
to nomination.
BUT REAGAN will have to
fashion a comeback to gain the
political headway-and the cam-
paign contributions-to keep go-
ing that long..
Reagan suggested in Asheville
that if he did drop from the
race, Ford would no longer face
pressure to take positions ac-
ceptable to conservative Repub-
licans. He said Ford has done
so only because of his primary
opposition.
M e a nw h i.l e in Washington,
Shriver said:.
"Although I .have, not been
successful in- campaigning for
myself, I look forward once
again to campaigning for others
and for causes larger than any
person."
He added, "I shall work for
the nomination and election of
a Democratic party candidate
who can challenge the people
and revitalize their morale and
morality."

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But have you ever considered what doing your
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Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves its costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two..By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
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the balance of payments swings our way again well
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