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Wednesday, May 11, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
294 arrested in Stanford sit-in

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(Continued from Page )81
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STANFORD, Calif. (AP)-Po-
lice stud yesterday they ar rest-
ad 294 persons wvho refused to
end a sit-in at a Stanford Uni-
versity building sparked by the
school's financial ties to apart-
heid- Souith Africa.
The count of detusmtrators
hooked on charges of trespass
and failure to disperse tuarked
the higheat number ever arrest-
ed on the campus, pilice said.
It also marked the-first masa
arrests at Stanford since the
school was the scene of anti-
Vietnam war protests in the late
19611 and early 19710.
THE DEMONSTRATORS, most
of them apparently Stanford
stttdents, were arrested .yester-
day morning for refuinlg to
leave the- Old Student Union
building. Some' went limp and
were carried from the building,
bttt moat walked out.
Most of the protesters were re-
leased after being hooked.
The sit-in followed a decision
by university trustees to 'ab-
atain on a Ford Motor Co. stock-
holder proposal to withdraw,
from South Africa. The demon-
stratoru had demanded that
Stanford support the proposal.
The university, which holds
93,3511 shares of Ford stock, said

it would be alittost iripstsible
tos reverse the d Cecisisotsto ab-
st ain becattoe proxies fsor thec
sro k.holders meeting on Thttr--
dlay were in the tmail.
" Ap'artheid means profit, Stum-
ftord won't stope it,"' the support-
ers cha<.nted. "We shall over-
coume," the demontrators sang.
Ford, opposing the stockholder
suggrestion, said "future invest-
ments and'expansion decisions"
in, South Africa "will include an

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better livng l~ity assay frttm
work.

Plcret2heiress murder case

INDIANAPOLIS, tnd. (API)-
Police held two men yesterday
in the slaying of a wealthy In-
dianapolis widow and said $1
million in cash and some jew-
elry apparently stolen from her
home were recovered.
'The Marion County Sheriff's
Department said Manuel Lee
Robison, 29, Indianapolis, was
arrested -Monday night on a
charge of firut-degree murder
and John Williams, 38, Indian-

apiiPst, len atcharge of stccessory
after the fact.
Marjttrie Jacksstt, 66, widow
ttf a grocery chain fstunder, was
found shot to detith Saturday in
her fire-charred home. Police
said the fire apparently was set
by the killers.
They said more than $5 :mil-
liot in cash was found in the
home - stttffed in a garbage
can, toolbosxes, closets and a
vacuum cleaser bag. Another $3
million was missing, they said,

SEVEN THINGIS
NOT TO DO
THIS SUMMER.
,Summert lcan be fin if you know s3-few ctSIVommonlhint'lo savoid
cooinsg.
1. Do Dot swim at any beach where they hsave lotudspeaokets
playing the soundtrack from ',Jaws:"
2. Do not, under ainy circumstasoetyto~ ( pick uap aCOW.
3. [Do not answer any want ad for a summer job th at souitds
too good to be true --i nless you enjoy selling steatk knives.
4. D)o not tell yo3ur parentls that. aftc'r graduation, you have
dlecided orn anltexcitingt csaeser inti 2~el rnanagemntt.
5. lDo nttaccept a &dile ftom i tswut.seserilngoa gren tIlesurie
stuit and roller skste-.
6. tDo not, under any c ircutttstnsst ( ~attemttp to feed You5r pet
gerbil a boa constrictor.
7. lDo not forget the ole word for beer. A- your D~ean of B~eer,
I can think (31 nothittg more importattflr you toiiettber.
( )Ive tefut t.lfat. e So Islit/, satnd 1'11 see 5,1(51u1next fall.
THERE'S JUJST ONE WORD ADYU NO I
FOR BEER.o g~jANDYU WWIT

BOB BAGERIS Presents
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Saturday, May 14, 8:00 p.m.
Masonic Auditorium, Detroit
Tickets are $7.50, $6.50, $550
Available at all Hudsons, Wards and
Masonic Box Office

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