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The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 13, 1979-Page 3
Michigan colleges consider new regimes

MTU names head Engineeringa
ved as head
HOUGHTON (UPI) - Michigan Departmentl
Tecinological University's Board of A'nativeo
Control yesterday named Dr. Dale joined the 1
Stein as the school's seventh president. faculty in 196'
Stein, 42, succeeds Dr. Raymond of minera
Smith, who is retiring after 15 years as engineering.
the university's chief executive officer. He was
Stein has been academic Vice- proifessor of
President at Michigan Tech since chemical en
February 1977. He came to Tech in science at Mi
Former
'U' student
shot in
Detroit
By TIM YAGLE
A former University Student Gover-
nment Council (SGC) officer was
fatally shot Monday as he was taking
cash receipts and an undetermined
amount of cash to a bank on Detroit's
northwest side, Detroit police said -
yesterday. '
Police said Reddix Allen, 23, and a
former vice-president of SGC in 1974-75,
left his workplace, Bover Realty, 19300
Greenfield, at 3:40 p.m. Monday to take g
cash receipts to the bank, which police "' '
declined to name. Police said he parked
his car outside the building and was ap-
proached by a 20-year-old black male. ., ,
According to police, a struggle ensued
before the male suspect shot Allen once ;
in the side, then fled with the pouch
around the building to a car and left.
POLICE SAID Allen then "wan-
dered" to the front of the building
where he collapsed on the grass. An
Emergency Medical Service unit then
took him to an unnamed hospital where
he died at 4:17 p.m.
The male suspect is still at large,
police said.
Allen was SGC vice-president in 1974-
75 under President Carl Sandburg
before Sandburg stepped down and
Allen assumed the SGC presidency one
month before the 1975 election. He did
not run for re-election.
Allen would have been 24 years old DRUM M
Tuesday. and bugle
Eastern M
tocay-
Final figures are in
If you placed your bets on Skylab, the final
statistics are in: Re-entry time, 12:08 p.m. Eastern
Daylight Time; location, near Ascension Island,
coordinates 15W, 8'S. Break-up time and location,
the same. Communications ceased at 12:11 p.m.
The North American Air Defense Command said
the largest piece fell near Kalgoorlie in south-
western Australia at 12:37 p.m., give or take two
minutes. That was when Skylab officially ceased to
exist. "This is our best guess," said a NASA
spokesman. Good luck collecting bets.
Too hot for the West
Seven newspapers in California and Nevada
refused to run recent Doonesbury comic strips
satirizing California Gov. Edmund Brown's links
with an alleged man allegedly involved in organized
crime. The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco

ad of the Metallurgical
Department. He also ser-
of the Mining Engineering
from 1974 to 1977.
of Kimball, Minn., Stein
University of Minnesota
7 as an associate professor
1 and metallurgical
later appointed joint
mechanical engineering
ngineering and material
nnesota.

EMU may fallow
Regents at Eastern Michigan
University (EMU) have apparently
made a decision on who will be the next
president of that university.
The EMU Board met Wednesday
night in closed session for four hours. A
new president will most likely be an-
nounced at a special meeting early next
week, according to EMU regents.
ROBERT LEESTAMPER, president
of Southeast Missouri State University,

and John Porter, recently-resigned
head of the state department of public
instruction are the two remaining can-
didates.
Board vice-chairwoman Beth Milford
said the Regents' committees would
meet again soon to announce a decision.
Gary Hawks, EMU vice-president
who has been involved in the presiden-
tial search said he did not know
whether the Regents made any
decisions at the meeting. He said 24
hours notice was needed before a
special meeting could be called.
Bugles
blast
crowd
at EMU
By BETH PERSKY
They came from as far away as
Wyoming and Toronto, endured prac-
tice sessions of up to 14 hours a day, and
weathered simple accommodations in
cavernous gymnasiums. But the ap-
proving roar of the crowd and the
possibility of a championship made the
hardships a bit easier to take as the
members of 19 drum and bugle corps
competed yesterday at Eastern
Michigan University.
The 2200 participants were vying for
Drum Corps International northern
championship in EMU's Rynearson
Stadium.
The young musicians, ranging in age
from 12 to 21, camped out in nearby
high school gymnasiums. One hundred
forty sleeping bags belonging to mem-
bers of the Phantom Regiment, the
defending champion and their
chaperones, cooks, and instructors,
cluttered the gymnasium of Saline High
School.
MARIA AGUILAR, the Phantom
Regiment color guard, said corps
members "have to live with each other.
We have to work together as a unit in
order to win," she added.
Aguilar said there is no secret to the
success of the Phantom
Regiment, "It's a lot of hard work."
YPSILANTI APPARENTLY offers
See BUGLES, Page5

AJOR JENNY SONNEFELD leads her Saginaw Saginaires drum
corps as it marches with flags bouncing in rhythm yesterday at
ichigan University's Rynearson Stadium.

Chronicle, the San Diego Evening Tribune, the
Riverside Press Enterprise, and the Escondido
Times Advocate, all in California, reported
numerous calls inquiring about the absence of the
strip-as many as 1,400 in two and a half hours at
the L.A. Times, a spokesman there said. Brown has
denounced the series, penned by cartoonist Garry
Trudeau, which deals with a $1,000 contribution to
Brown's 1974 political campaign fund from Sidney
Korshak. Korshak is listed with the attorney
general's office as an organized crime figure.
Brown called the Korshak allegations "false and
libelous." Said Chronicle Managing Editor William
German. "We think the series is hilarious ... in-
cisive . . . but we have not been able to substantiate
the charges." The Detroit Free Press, which has a
monopoly on Doonesbury in this area, has con-
tinued to run the tongue-in-cheek comic.
Happenings ...
... are quite late in starting today. Eclipse Jazz
continues the Summer Jazz Concert Series in Liber-
ty Plaza from 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m.... at 8 p.m.,
Theatre Lambda again presents "The Lady of the

Camellias" in the Pendleton Room in the Michigan
Union ... Michigan Repertory Theatre '79 offers
Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" at 8 p.m.
in the Power Center ... Carol Madalin, mezzo
soprano, will perform in the Rackham Building at 8
p.m.... FILMS: Ann Arbor Public Library-Sa
Shane, 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m., Meeting Room... Ann
Arbor Film Co-op-Psycho, 7 p.m., 10:20 p.m.; The
Conquering Worm, 8:40 p.m., both in A d. 3,
MLB ... Cinema Guild-The Groove Tube, 7:30
p.m., 9:30 p.m., Old A & D Aud.... Cinema
II-Visions of Eight, 7:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m., Aud. A,
Angell Hall.

On the outside
Doonesbury may be too hot for California to han-
die, but the weather out there has Ann Arbor
beat-it was 115' in Needles, California Wednesday.
At any rate, today will be hot by Ann Arbor stan-
dards. The high temperature will stretch to almost
90', the low tonight will be in the 60s. It'll be humid,
though, and expect some isolated thundershowers
in late afternoon or early evening.

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