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Page 12-Tuesday, January 15, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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-CIN EMA, II-
Presents
THE GREEN WALL
(ARMANDO ROBLES GODOY, 1970)
E'en a small country without an established film industry can produce a
great film. In this Peruvian film a family leaves the pressures and bureauc-
racy of the city to live in the lush Peruvian jungle, but on emergency forces
them back into torturing contact with the bureaucratic maze once again.
This idyllic, semiautobiographicol film was awarded prizes as Best Film in
the Chicago, Panama, Bovilovy and Barcelona International Film Festivals.
Spanish, with subtitles. (110 min.)

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Frat cat
suspects
could face
jail terms

By TIMOTHY YAGLE
Ann Arbor City Attorney Bruce Laidlaw said yesterday
the city has a strong enough case involving the Alpha Delta
Phi fraternity cat killing incident to justify bringing harsh
state charges against the five fraternity members believed to
have committed the bizarre crime.
Laidlaw received a 25-page report from the Ann Arbor
Police Department yesterday morning and said later in the
day that he will submit the case to Washtenaw County
Prosecutor William Delhey for consideration today or
tomorrow. Delhey could not be reached for comment.
LAIDLAW SAID the state penalty - a felony, unlike the
city penalty, which is a misdemeanor - entails a harsher
punishment. The state charge, torture to animals, brings

with it a four-year prison term and a $2,000 fine, Laidlaw ex-
plained.
"There is enough here (in the report) to charge several,
if not all of the five people involved," Laidlaw asserted.
"Reading over the (state) statute, it appears to apply.
There's enough here at least to explore."
The bizarre incident occurred last Dec. 6 when several
members of the fraternity cut the paws from the house cat,
strung it to a tree, and then set the animal on fire because "
was .... all over the place," according to one house member.
The incident has caused an uproar, swamping local
authorities with phone calls, telegrams, and letters condem-
ning the act and demanding prosecution. Fraternity mem-
bers are maintaining a low profile but voice disapproval of
the actions of the alleged cat killers.

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U.S. official: Sentiment for
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LONDON (AP) - Deputy Secretary
of State Warren Christopher said
yesterday that sentiment "is spreading
around the world" for boycotting the
Moscow Olympics because of the Soviet
Union's"'naked aggression" in
Afghanistan.
He said after meeting with British of-
ficials that while Washington was not
calling for a boycott now, it would be
"highly preferable" to move the games
out of the Soviet Union.
CHRISTOPHER'S British counter-
part, Douglas Hurd; told the House of
Commons later that an alternative site
for the Olympics should be considered
in retaliation for the Soviet military in-
tervention in Afghanistan, which began
in late December.

But he stopped short of supporting
any boycott.
"It is not a matter for the gover-
nment, but for sporting authorities and
the athletes themselves," Hurd said.
LORD KILLANIN, Irish president of
the International Olympic Committee,
said he has had no contact with
politicians or governments on moves to
boycott the Olympics or move them
from Moscow.
"We do not go back on our word,"
said Killanin. "In any case, it would be
physically impossible to move the
games elsewhere. We have an
agreement with Moscow, and we are
bound by it."
Before leaving for Rome, Christopher
told reporters that during his five-

nation European swing this week he
would be discussing ways in which
Western countries could make a
" proper response to the naked and un-
justified aggression in Afghanistan."
MY OWN feeling is that there is a
rising tide of the inappropriateness oo
holdihg the Olympic Games in the
Soviet Union. That's something that's
spreading around the world," he said.
There have been unofficial
suggestions that the games could be
moved to Munich or Montreal, sites of
the last two summer Olympics.
Christopher declined to say whether
Britain would go along with an Olympic
boycott, and a British diplomatic sour-
ce said his government was adopting a
wait-and-see attitude.

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stan dof~f
with polce
By TIMOTHY YAGLE
A 22-year-old man peacefully
surrendered to sheriff's deputies
yesterday morning to end a seven-and
a-half hour standoff at a Pittsfield
Township, trailer park, a few miles
southeast of Ann Arbor, according to a
Washtenaw County Sheriff Department
spokesman.
Rick Bowden of Salihe, charged with
assault with intent to commit murder
yesterday, finally obeyed repeated
demands from police to come out of the
trailer at 10 a.m., said Lt. Patrick Lit-
tle. Police threatened to rout him out
with tear gas. Bowden had beM
barricaded in- the trailer at 6564 E.
Michigan Ave. since 2:30 a.m. Little
said no shots were fired during the
standoff.
LITTLE ALSO said he did not know
why Bowden, who had two shotguns, a
rifle, and an undetermined amount ofa
ammunition in the mobile home, did not
want to come out.
Little said Bowden was being sought
on two warrants for violation o
probation. He was arrested before foie
his connection with a drug larcency
case in Chelsea.
"We werenot able to talk with him by
phone," Little said. "And he never
threatend the (12) officers (who were at
the scene.)"
Little said Bowden and a 27-year-old
Lodi Township friend were arguing
over $30 around 2:30 yesterday mor-
ning. Bowden allegedly hauled out a
shotgun and fired a blast into the grillk
of the other man's car. The other mane
who police refused to identify, was not
wounded. He then called police to
report the shooting.
"When the officers arrived to talk to
him (Bowden) about the shooting in-
cident, they could see him walking
around inside," Little said. "But when
they asked him to come out, and talk,
he drew the 'drapes, turned 'out the
lights and refused to budge."
Bowden is at the Washtenaw County
Jail.

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