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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, July 16, 1974
In the news this morning
TOKYO-A knife wielding young Japanese
hijacked a domestic Japan Air Lines flight
with 84 persons aboard last night but the
plane's 76 passengers escaped to safety early
this morning while the aircraft was being
refueled. The fate of the eight member crew
was not immediately known. Unconfirmed re-
ports said some of the passengers and a
stewardess had opened an emergency door of
the aircraft while the hijacker was in the
pilot's cabin t a 1 k i n g on the radio with
WASHINGTON - The nation's crime rate
surged in the first quarter of 1974, with the
largest increase occurring in the suburbs and
in the South, the FBI reported yesterday.
Statistics based on reports from state and
local police agencies showed that the crime
rate for the first three months of this year
was 15 per cent higher than for the same
period a year ago. During the final three
months of 1973, crime rose 16 per cent ac-
cording to the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports.
The figures are not considered a totally accu-
rate measurement of crime because police
agencies use varying reporting methods.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.-Elmer Henley, a high
school dropout was found guilty yesterday of
murder in six deaths in a homosexual torture
ring in which 27 youths were killed. The jury
found the 18-year-old Henley guilty an hour
after receiving the case. Half an hour later
the guilty verdicts were read.
SARASOTA ,Fla.-"In keeping with Channel
40's policy of bringing you the latest in blood
and guts and in living color you are going to
see another first-attempted suicide." With
that startling announcement Chris Chubbuck,
30, shot herself in the head yesterday as her
morning talk show was being aired by WXLT-
TV. Chubbuck was taken to Sarasota Memorial
Hospital, where she was listed in critical
Expect more of the same. Today's high
will be in the low 80's with sunny skies and a
near zero per cent chance of precipitation.
Winds will be light and variable both tonight
and Wednesday with a low tonight in the
The University Audio-Visual
Center continues its Summer
Film Showcase with a series of
films on Health and Welfare.
Tonights films are What Price
Health, Intern: A Long Year
and You'll Get Yours When
You're 65. Shows are at 7 and
9 p.m. in Aud. 3 MLB and, best
of all they're free.
The SOS Community Crisis
Center in Ypsilanti is seeking
volunteers for its Flying Crisis
Squad, a 24-hour emergency
crisis intervention mobile unit.
Evening and weekend training
sessions for the 24 hour on-call
team are given by the SOS staff
at theCrisis Center, 114 N. Riv-
er St. Anyone interested in
joining the on-call team should
call the center at 485-3222.
Daily Official Bulletin
WtOR: Michael Drake, cose
planner car Bestain's Open Univ., on
'Social Science Courses in the Open
Ulniversity", 10:10 an.
Musicsen.: M. Searle Wright, or-
ganist, Hill Aud., 10 am; Mich.
Thtre., 3 pm.
A-V Ctr.: "You'll Get Yours When
You're 65", Aud. 3, MLB, 7 pm.
Music S8h.: Stanley Quartet,
Rartham And., 8 pm.
Mich. Repertory '74: "The Taming
of the Shrew". Power Ctr., 8 pm.
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Volume LXXXIV, No. 41-S
Tuesday, July 16, 1974
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24 ABC News-Sinih/
56 international and Domestle
357 Sesame Street
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7 To Tell the Truth
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13 What's My Line? .
24 Dealer's Choice
56 Rening at Pops
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11 Hollywood Squares
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Burke's Law
24 Wait Till Your Father
57 Lilias, Yoga and You
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20 Judd for the Defense
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SRemember there are babes
And those baby fawns, rabbits, Follow all the rules of safety and
squirrels and trees need a safe, happy caution-just like any other place where
home. They need a place where they can there are children at play.
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywhere.
So, please, be careful with fire when
you re in the forest.
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