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Poge Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 2, 1 976

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 2, 1976

Vote totals
(Continued from Pa,e It
These are the figures in yes-
terday's competition:
RHODE ISLAND
.With the vote complete:
Republican
Ford 66 per cent
Reagan 31 per cent
Democrats
Uncommitted 32 per cent
Carter 30 per cent
Church 28 per cent
SOUTh DAKOTA
With 93 per cent of the votes
-ounted:
Republican
Reagan 50 per cent

Ford 45 per cent
Democrat
Carter 41 per cent
Udall 33 per cent
Uncommitted 14 per cent
MONTANA
With 22 per cent of the
state's 986 precincts reporting:
Republican
Reagan 57 per cent
Ford 41 per cent
Uncommitted 2 per cent
Democrat
Church 62 per cent
Carter 23 per cent
Udah 6 per cent
Uncommitted 3 per cent
Wallace 3 per cent
Jackson 3 per cent

HOSTAGE RELEASED UNHARMED:
Police capture reformatory escapee

FOWLERVILLE (UPI) - An
armed reformatory escapee who
led police on a frantic freeway
chase in a stolen state police
car along the 1-96 freeway was
apprehended last night shortly
after he freed a 16-year-old girl
he took as hostage.
A State Police spokesman said
the escapee, David Closser, 19,
was taken into custody after the
stolen car he was driving was
rammed by another state police

car and flipped end over end.
HIS HOSTAGE, Connie Allen,
16, of rural Ionia, was released
unharmed. She was taken by
ambulance to an Ionia hospital
for an examation.
The extent of Closser's in-
juries was not immediately
known, but a State Police
spokesman said the car he was
in was demolished.
Closser escaped from the Ionia
Reformatory at about 14 a.m.
Tuesday. He abducted Miss Al-
len at her rural Ionia home
around 5 p.m. and fled down I-96
towards Detroit in the stolen
police car.

SEVERAL STATE police cars
and an ambulance followed Clos-
ser down the freeway, keeping.
in constant contact with him
through police radio. At the
Fowlerville area, Closser agreed
to release Miss Allen.
Police said Closser was armed
with a high-powered deer rifle.
"Apparently o u r emergency
service team had been negotiat-
ing with him," a State Police
spokesman in Lansing said.
"They were successful in talk-
ing him out of the hostage.
"After he freed the girl, he
took off in the car at a high
speed. Then in a very short
time, he was stopped."

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Doctor Diag's do-
it-yourself dialogue

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p1 . -TONIGHT
HAPPY HOUR W
HALF-PRICE
On6
ALL DRINKS
7-9:30
15c HOT DOGS every Friday from 2-5 p.m.,
while they last
HALF PRICE ON BEER Tuesday's from 7-
11 p.m.
310 MAYNARD

(Continued from Page 5)
Robnnson shows up for City
Council every Monday night, or
"whenever they meet."
"I am not a god," he thunders
to his Diag audience, "I am an
Ann Arbor town council person."
AS DR. DIAG strides around
the Diag, he frequently stops to
chalk chemical formulas on the
ground. 'Goldwater plus Mari-
juana' is just one of the state-
ments often written in chemical
symbols.
"Do you think I'm psychotic?"
asks Robinson casually. "Thir-
teen psychiatrists think I am.
"This may sound jive," he
continues, "but I'm learning the
piano to develop my brain."
Occasionally d u r i n g Robin-
son's tirade he pauses to recite
the Greek alphabet. "Alphabeta-
gammadelta ...," he says, the
We know what
to do
U of M Stylists
at the UNION
open Mon.-Sat.

words running together. His
voice drops as he comes to the
end of his recitation. "Oooonoo-
ooneeeeeeegaaaaaa," he chants
almost meditatively.
CONTINUING on with his
Diag discussions, Robinson tip-
toes carefully around the bronze
'M' in the middle of the Diag
("I don't step on it because I
don't want to flunk out of
school"), and explains his feel-
ings on people's reactions to-
ward him.
"Jesus, of course I care about
people laughing," he snaps,
"and talking about Jesus, he
was a very natural comedian."
"Do you know," he jumps typ-
ically onto a totally different
subject, "that I have slept with
15 prostitutes? You know why?
Because I love running for town
council.'
DON'T WORRY if you don't
understand evertyhing (or any-
thing) that Dr. Diag is saying-
there are probably few people
whisdio.
Just don't be surprised if
somewhere, sometime when you
leass cxpect it, somone steps up
to v"s ad says, "I'm running
for town council because I need
a new pair of shoes."
The first successful railroad
sleeping car was developed in
Bloomington, Ill., in 1885 by
George Pullman.

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