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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 9, 1977

Oklahoma escapees captured

PORTLAND, Ore. 1} - Two
Oklahoma prison escapees
sought in a three state series
of killings and abductions were
arrested without a struggle in
:owntown Portland on yester-
day, authorities said.
FBI agents arrested Earl Van
Denton, 27, and Paul Ruiz, 29,
as they started to get into a
taxi cab whose driver was
slain last week in Oklahoma.
The pair was armed with
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knives, an FBI spokesman said.
IN ADDITION TO the kid-
nap - slaying of the cab driver,
the pair also has been linked to
the deaths of a town marshal
and a ranger in Arkansas, the
wounding of a second ranger
in Arkansas and the disappear-
once of two Louisiana fisher-
men.
When Denton and Ruiz were
arrested, they were accompani-
ed by a third man, believed to
lbe a hitchhiker they had pick-
ed up in Oregon, FBI agents
said.
The FBI in Portland, said
Denton and Ruiz, both life
:ermers who tunneled out of
+he Oklahoma State Penitenti-
ary at McAlester on June 23,
would be taken before a U../S.
magistrate for arraignment.
Denton and Ruiz have been
charged with the deaths of a
The League of Nations began
January, 1920 at Geneva, Swit-
zerland. It was formally dis-
solved January 10, 1945.

town marshal and a U. S. Army
Corps of Engineers ranger in
Arkansas. In addititg, they
have been linked to the disap-
pearance of two Louisiana fish-
ermen who have not been seen
since June 28 and to the ab-
duction of4 an Oklahoma taxi
driver whose decomposed body
was found Thursday.
'U' hospital-
plans move
slo wl
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comes eligible to acquire state
monies for additional planning
and hiring an architect.
SHOULD ANY OF the groups
withhold approval, the comnmit-
tes will be without funds from
the state to continue its plan-
ing.
The hospital could be con-
structed without statenapprov-
al, but it would be ineligible
to obtain Medicaid, Medicare,
or Blue Cross / Blue Shield
payments from patients.
The Planning Committee
must also contend with federal
and state laws which establish
the criteria of review for hos-
pital expenditures. These laws
included the National Planning
and Resources Deployment Act
of 1974 and the Michigan State
Certificate of Need Act.
The hospital plans also must
meet the requirements of the
Joint Commission on Accredita-
rion of Hospitals.
Should the Planning Com-
mittee successfully meet all
requirements, the project could
be completed sometime in
1985.

ANN A4C U U IELM -CC-jr
Saturday, July 9
EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF AND
GOD AGAINST ALL
(Werer Herzoo, 1975) 7 & 9-MLB 4
A film concerned with madness and alienation based on the
legendary Kasper Hauser story about a man who mysteriously,
appears in a German town with no memory or experience of life.
Hereog's perspective is darkly mysterious, a vision which dissolves
the comforting surfaces of everyday life to reveal the nightmare
beneath. The partrayal of Kasper done by Bruno S., a psychotic with
a similar case history, is amazing,. as intense as it is unconven-
tional. German with English subtitles.
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Hot dog
This basset takes a break from obedience class to watch fellow
classmates and their masters go through their paces. After all,
only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noon day sun.
VA deliberations
set t recor

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NARCISCO, 31, of Ypsilanti
Township, faces four poisoning
charges and -one murder charge
in the indictment. Perez, 33, of
Ann Arbor, stands accused of
three poisonings. Both women
are also charged with con-
spiracy.
The government hopes to have
proven through circumstantial

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SECOND BIG WEEK
SHOWN DAILY at
1:00-3:30-6:00-8:30
Oen 12:45

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TODAY and SUNDAY at
1-3-5-7-9 Oen 12:45
231 south staTI te
Theatre Phone 662-6264

HELD TODAY at 7:00-8:40-10:20
OVER! SUNDAY at 5:50-7:30-9:20
WOODY ALLEN_
= DIANE KEATON-
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A nervous romance.
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evidence that Narciso and Perez
poisoned the patients by inject-
ing Pavulon, a powerful muscle
relaxant, into the long, thin in-
travenous lines of the patients.
Pavulon is used often during
surgery, but when unprescribed
and given in large doses, it can
stop respiration; resulting in
death unless the patient is resu-
scitated.
NARCISO AND PEREZ are
awaiting the verdict with their
attorneys at the Ponchatrain
Hotel in downtown Detroit, fol-
lowing the court's order that
they be within ten minutes of
the courtroom when the jury is
ready.
The prosecutor in the case is
waiting out the lengthy delibera-
tion at his ninth floor office.
Assistant U.S. district attorney
Richard Yanko spends most of
his time reading, and sometimes
appears at the press room dress-
ed casually to chat with re-
porters.
The trial itself lasted ten
weeks, accumulating 100 wit-
nesses and over 6,000 pages of
transcript. T h e investigation
alone cost the United States gov-
erinent over $1 million.

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MOVIES - CINEMA II- MOVIES
Froncoise Truffaut's 1976

2nd TREMENDOUS
WEEK
TODAY and SUNDAY at
1:00-3:40-6:20-9:00
Ooen 12:45

SMALL CHANGE

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Truffaut's warm, wonderful exploration of childhood
from the brave curiosity of a toddler to the excitement
and embarrassment of adolescent love. There's notable
reference to- THE 400 BLOWS (his autobiographical
first film) in this portrayal of a lonely, battered child.
French with subtitles.

II

Cinema II

Tonight at Angell Hall Aud. "A"

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