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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 16, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 16, 1975

In the news today.
The decision came in a letter addressed
International to U.N. Secretary-General Kurt Waldhim
and was delivered by Egypt's representa-

GENEVA, Switzerland - Discord over
three key issues yesterday threatened to
delay an East-West supersummit that
only the day before had been targeted
for a July 30 start in Helsinki, Finland.
"Personally, I would no longer bet on
July 30," a southern European diplomat
said as the European Security Confer-
ence's coordinating committee stalled in
its efforts to clean up a variety of key
texts. Diplomats privately predicted a
final decision wouldn't be reached until
later this week on the summit which
would bring together President F o r d ,
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev and lead-
ers of 33 other countries to give final ap-
proval to a 100-page document on East-
West detente.
CAIRO - Egypt announced it will not
agree to an extension of the U.N.'s peace-
keeping force mandate in the Sinai after
it expires July 24 unless there are further
moves towards peace. Foreign Minister
Ismail Fahmy said the last three-month
extension of the mandate was intended to
"afford peace every possible chance."

tive to the U.N. Fahmy told a hurriedly
summoned news conference. He said
Egypt "will not consent to a further
renewal of the mandate of the forces"
is no steps towards peace are taken.
Local
A multi-ethnic poetry reading, featur-
ing such well-known authors as Ishmael
Reed, Leslie Silko, and Shawn Wong will
take place tonight at 7:30 in Trotter
House, 1443 Washtenaw Ave. Other poets
invited include Al Young, Lawson Fus-
sao Inada, Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge, and
Simon Ortiz. The Third World poets are
being sponsored by East Wind, the Asian
American Students Association, and Trot-
ter House.
William Stubbins, 64, professor in the
University School of Music and a faculty
member since 1938, died Monday evening
in University Hospital after a brief ill-
ness. A memorial service will be held at

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3 p.m. tomorrow in 'the First United
Methodist Church, 120 S. State St. Stub-
bins was the longest serving member of
the present music school faculty and was
a renowned clarinet teacher. Music
school Dean Allen Britton said, "He was
capable of seeing both the ironies and
the humor in life and, during his long and
productive career, he even produced a
volume of poems. He perfected an im-
portant mechanism, the Stubbins-Kaspar
mechanism used in the world's finest
clarinets." Stubbins leaves his wife, Mary
Louise, and two daughters to survive
him.'
Weather
It'll be great weather for a stroll
through the Ann Arbor Art Fair as clear
skies get it together with temperatures
in the mid 80's. While the thermometer
will drop to the mid-O's tonight, tomor-
row will bring more of the same weather,
with a high in the upper 80's. And all the
while a gentle wind blowing from the
southwest will continue bringing not rain,
but lots of dry weather.

Daily Official Bulletin
wednesday, July 16
Day Calendar
wUOM: Live Nat'l Town Meeting,
"Is There Tos MuchsGovcernmeni
Regulation?" t0:30 am,
Bicycle Club: 20 mile ride, meets
Olag, 6 pm.
Audio-Visal oiCtr.: Arts a Crafts
films, Aad. 3, MLS, 7 pm.
Women for Cultural Ctr.: Conf.
Rm., 3rd fnr., Union, 8 pm.
Michigan Rep '75: wilson's The
Ht L Baltimore, Mendelssohn, 8
pm.
Musical Society: "Summer Fare,"
Baerbara Cook, Festival. Orchestra,
Hill Aud., 8:30 pm.
General Notices
Ann Arbor Street Fair begins to-
day.

Fourth suspect arrested in
Ypsilanti robbery-slaying

TV h
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Bewitched-Comedy BW
20 It Takes Thie-
Advenure
24 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
SO Untouchables BW
:30 4 13 NBC News-Joh
Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smnith/
Reasoner
9 5 Dream of Jeanni-
Comedy
1.sCBs News-Walter
Cronkite
24 Partridge Family-Comedy
30 The Toledo Zoo -
'56 Book Bet
7:00 2 CBS News-Walter
Croniite
4 7 Newa
9 Beverly Hillbillies BW
11 Family Affairs
11 FamilyAffairs-Comedy
13 What's M Line? --
20 To Tell the Truth
24 Mod sonad-Crime Drama
30 The Bomagnolis' Table
-Cooking
50R ogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Woman-Discussion
7 2 9:etaoisrdlmfwyp
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
4 New Candid Camera
7 11 Name That Tune
9 News
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea-Adventure BW
30 Book Beat
50 ogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Evening Edition with Mar-
tin Aronky
57 Llias. Yoga and You
-Instruction
8:00 2 11 Tony Orlando and
Dawn-Variety
4 13 Lile Hose on the
7 24 .Ta's My Mama-
Comedy
9 Two Arctic Taier-Drama
Speial: A dorumentary-
drama tracing the stories of
iwo Artiexeporers
30 56 Feeline Good
50 Mere Griffin
57 Evening at Pops
8:30 7 24 Movie-Drama
'The SrySymbol" 1974
20 Daniel Boone-Adventure
BW
3O Man Builds. Man De-
stroys-Documentary
56 Romantic Rebellion
--Documentary
9:00 2 11 Cannon
4 13 Zoo'Gane-Adventure
30 5157 The Cities Uncle
Sam, Can You Spare a
Dime-Report
Special: Surveying the finan-
ial plighi of American cities
724 Barteta-Crime Drama
9 Mr. symbol Man
-Documentary
peciall The story of Charles
Bliss
30 57 Thin Edge-Report
"Sexuality: The Human
Heritage"
56 Speaking Freely
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News'
9 CBC News-Lloyd obetrtson
20 Charisma
30 Janaki-Exercise
50 Deale'rs Choice-Game
5t it's Your Turn
57 Book Beat
11:20 9 News
11 :30 2 iS Movie-Crime Drama
"The Connection"
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Movie-Suspenr
"Death Cruse," 1974
S0 Movie-Dramauw
"Bow Green Was My Valley"
1941)
St 57)ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
12:00 0 Movie-Biography
"Isaaora." (9t)
1:00 2 Movie-Drama BW
"Kid Glove Killer." (1942)
4 Tomorrow-Tom snyder

YPSILANTI (UPI) - A 27-year-old Detroit
man, the fourth suspect in last Friday's robbery-
slaying in Ypsilanti, was arrested yesterday im-
mediately after he appeared before a Detroit
judge on a concealed weapons charge.
Police said Ronnie McCullough, sought since
the attempted holdup at the National Bank of
Ypsilanti where a policeman was slain, was tak-
en into the custody of Ypsilanti police as he
walked out of a courtroom in Detroit Recorder's
Court.
HE WAS arrested on a charge of felony murder
in the slaying of 37-year-old Douglas Downing,
a seven-year police veteran.
Also killed in the exchange of gunfire with

police was one of the robbers, identified as James
Grant, 48, of Detroit.
The other two suspects - Gerald Hughes, 32,
and .his brother, Howard III, 29, both of Detroit
- were captured immediately after the attempt-
ed holdup and have also been charged with felony
murder.
GERALD Hughes was wounded and remains in
the University of Michigan hospital. He was ar-
raigned Monday at his bedside.
Police said Downing surprised the men when
he entered a rear door at the bank. The bandits
fled without taking any money.

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CENTICORE BOOKSHOPS
Goes All Out Offering Multitudinous Bargains at Street Fair Time
These are just a few of the thousands and thousands of titles we will have
on sale at both our stores, July 16-July 19. EVERY SALE BOOK MARKED
DOWN 50% TO 85%
REG. NOW
Stravinsky 12.50 5.98
Birds of the World 25.00 12.98
Rabbit Redux 7.95 1.00
Money Waterlilies 35.00 19.95
The Waltz Emperor 15.00 7.98
Prints and People 20.00 12.95
For street fair only we are also featuring the world famed model of the
ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM 11 SEDANCA COUPE, 1932
Come See a Fully Constructed Model at Our Maynard St. Store
REDUCED FOR STREET FAIR FROM $200.00 to $169.95
Never before sold at this low price
CENTICORE BOOKSH@PS4
336 MAYNARD 1229 SOUTH UNIVERSITY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 42-S
Wednesday, July 16, 1975
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All Graduates attending Commencement must
order a cap & gown no later than July 16, 1975.
RATES:
cap & gown hood deposit total
BACH 6.50 2.00 8.50
MAST 7.25 5.25 2.00 14.50
DOCT 7.75 5.50 2.00 15.25
All students must order in advance and make full
payment with the order.
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