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Page Two - The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 18, 1981
Two deadin Bursley shooting

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one floor below the scene of yesterday's
shootings, said he went upstairs to see
what caused the fire after the alarm
sounded. "I saw down by the bathroom
in the middle of the hall somebody lying
on the floor," Bonevich said. "There
were two security guards kneeling by
the guy. They kept asking 'Does
anybody have any towels?' They kept
saying 'Apply direct pressure.' ">
The suspect Kelly is a member of
Omega Psi Phi, a black student frater-
nity, according to a member of the
THAT SAME fraternity was involved
in a March 8 shooting incident at Bur-
sley. According to reports gathered by
University security officers at the time,
at least one shot was fired after an
Omega Psi Phi party being held in the
dorm cafeteria. No one was injured in
that incident and the alleged gunman,
who was not a University student, was
arrested. Police ruled out any connec-
tion between the two incidents.
Students reported that several dorm
resi.'nts who were gathered outside
the building jeered at Kelly as he was
led from the scene. According to wit-
nesses, some students shouted to Kelly,
"Why'd you do it?"
"He just smirked and walked on by,"
said freshwoman Diane Alessi, a Bur-
sley resident.
KELLY, A NATIVE of Detroit, is
reported to be a psychology major at
the University. The Daily last night
reached a man in Detroit believed to be
Kelly's father, who said, "I don't know
anything about what happened. I'm
disturbed." Kelly is being held in
Washtenaw County Jail.

Students in the dorm were "numb"
after the incident; many were afraid to
return to their rooms for several hours
after the shootings.
"It's hard for me to even accept that
it happened," said Steve Angelotti, a
sophomore who lives on the fifth floor of
the dorm. "I come from a little town,
Midland, where there have been about
four murders in the past 30 years. When
you come down here, you're a little ap-
prehensive. There are guys with sawed-
off shotguns in their rooms coming out
shooting people."
Another resident, freshman Nick
McCullough, said he felt "anger that
something like this could happen. The
people who died were doing their dam-
ndest to get everybody out. They had no
concern for their personal safety.
tinued. "They keep saying 'This isn't
real. When are we all going to wake
Some residents mentioned that the
early morning fire alarm was at first
ignored by many students. "Some
people were ignoring the fire alarm un-
til the RA's started to clear out the
halls," one student said. "We get them
all the ,time on weekends. I got up
because it's a little unusual to get one
on a Friday morning, especially that
University officials reacted with
shock and sadness to the shootings.
University President Harold Shapiro
announced that "Words cannot convey
my feelings of shock and loss. It is a
horrible tragedy for the University


The Michigan Daily Saturday, April 18, 1981
Sring Finale
Gridders split up for srm

Although a trip to the Rose Bowl and a national championship may not be on the
line at Michigan Stadium when the Wolverines take the field today at two o'clock
for the annual Blue- White game, the contest will nonetheless possess great impor-
tance to many of the players.
This will be the gridders last opportunity to impress Bo Schembechler, until next
fall, in their bids to earn or retain a starting berth.
AS WAS the case last year, the quarterback spot is up in the air. The favorites to
claim the starting spot when next season rolls around would seem to be Steve
Smith and Rich Hewlitt, although midway through spring practice Schembechler
said that he had not narrowed his choice down to these two. Also in the running are
Greg Powell, David Hall and B. J. Dickey. Hewlitt, Hall and Powell will suit up for
the Blue team while Smith and Dickey will play for the white squad.
On the battle for this position, Schembechler has said, "The big thing will be
retooling at quarterback, that'll be the big thing to come out of spring.practice. It's
hard to predict success with no real established quarterback."
The Blue team's big threat on offense will be the ever dangerous Anthony Carter.
Making the Blue's offense even more imposing will be the presence of tailback
Butch Woolfolk. The most notable players that will be blocking for Woolfolk are
guard Kurt Becker, tackle Ed Muransky and tight end Norm Betts.
ALONG THE defensive front for the Blue contingent will be Cedric Coles and
Jeff Shaw. Robert Thompson will lead the linebacking corps while Marion Body
and Brian Carpenter are the Blue team's standouts at the defensive back positions.
The White team will counter Carter and Woolfolk with the running back tandem
of Lawrence Ricks and Stan Edwards. The most prominent among the white
team's offensive linemen is mammoth tackle Bubba Paris.
The White team will field four members of last year's starting lineup. From the
defensive backfield that shut down many a highly-touted quarterback, are Keith
Bostic and Tony Jackson. Ferocious hitting linebacker Paul Girgash and defensive
tackle Winfred Carraway are the other two returning starters.
The Wolverine's starting kickers from last season's Rose Bowl winning club will
be split up for this game. Placekicker Ali Haji-Sheikh will play for the Blue team,
while punter Don Bracken will display his Michigan single season record of 42.7
yards per kick whenever the White offense bogs down out of field goal range.

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BLOOD STAINS the 6th floor Bursley hallway where two students were slain
early yesterday morning.
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Saturday, April 18, 1981
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Blue-White scrimmage today at Michigan Stadiun
bechler a better perspective on potential starters f
Madison on September 12.

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Tigers beat
Jays, 8-5
TORONTO (AP) - Kirk Gibson
cracked a two run homer and Howard
Bailey picked up his first major league
victory as the Detroit Tigers defeated
the Toronto Blue Jays 8-5 yesterday.
Gibson's homer keyed the Tigers'
four-run first inning. Alan Trammell
drew a one-out walk and came home on
Steve Kemp's long double off the center
field wall. Kemp moved to third on a
grounder and scored on Champ Sum-
mers' single to center. Gibson then
unloaded on Luis Leal's first pitch.
DETROIT ADDED four runs in the'
sixth inning on six hits. Gibson led off
with a single and Lance Parrish
followed with a run-scoring double.
Parrish moved to third on a grounder
on Lou Whitaker's single.
After Rick Peters doubled, both run-
ners came home on Trammell's single.
Bailey, 1-1, pitched to two batters in
the sixth inning before being relieved
by have Tobik. Baliey gave up six hits
while striking out three batters and
walking four.

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