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THE MICHIGAN-DAILY

Friday, August 15, 1975

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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, August 15, 1975

In the news
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Nationalalways w.
pion rolle
WASHINGTON-Gen. Anthony McAu- he made
liffe, who answered a German surrender ton, N.J.
demand with a defiant "Nuts," received Coney Ist
a final Army salute yesterday as he was Tuesday,'
buried at Arlington National Cemetery. miles on
McAuliffe, who won fame in the 1944 yesterday
Battle of the Bulge, died Monday of Boodley.l
leukemia 'at the age of 77. 10:05 a.m
goal of 1
operated 1
WASHINGTON-Former Georgia Gov. ord Rule
Jimmy Carter said yesterday he has break eve
raised enough money to qualify for
matching federal funds in his campaign
for the .Democratic presidential nomina-
tion. Carter is the sixth candidate to State
raise at least $5,000 in contributions of
,$250 or less in each of 20 states and DETRO
qualify for matching funds under the bribery c
new campaign reform law which pro- igan Supr
vides gorvernment financing of presi- son are,
dential elections. Carter said he plans Ast29r
to campaign in every state and put his August 29
name on the ballot in all primary states,. hCase uIi
He said though that he is concentrating jecase
on the early primaries and conventions, qualified'
particularly caucuses in Iowa and pri- personally
maries in New Hampshire and Florida. and two D
Charles G
Harvey W
NEW YORK - It was "something with ana

today
ut 17-year-old Michael Boodley
anted to be the world's cham-
r coaster rider, and yesterday
it-and then some. The Tren-
youth, who had been riding
and's "Cyclone" since 1 p.m.
broke the world record of 470
his -778th ride at 12:55 a m.
. But that wasn't enough for
He kept right on riding and at
i. passed his own announced
,000 rides-660 ;miles. Michael
under the Guineas Book of Rec-
s, taking only a five minute
ry hour.
IT-Court proceedings in the
onspiracy case against Mich-
seme Court Justice John Swain-
scheduled to get under way
in Detroit. U.S. District Judge
n of Cincinnati was assigned to
last month after the 12 federal
Detroit asked that they be dis-
because they know Swainson
or professionally. Swainson
)etroit area men, bailbondsman
oldfarb and former bondsman
Vish are charged in connection
alleged bribery scheme aimed

at getting
burglar.
grand jur
LANSIN
approved
for state
year. The
on a 20-7
suit on a
ing it to
measurei
ber of th
committee
Sea. Bill
resignedf
The state
in support
versities.
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colleges and universities this 24 Mod Squad
Senate approved the measure 50 Hogan's serst
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