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ROTC man ran sex ring

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DALLAS (UPI)-The arrest of an
Army major on charges of managing a
sex service code-named "Superb" for
wealthy customers-was called a "Dr.
Jekyll, Mr. Hyde story" yesterday by
stunned fellow officers and students in
his university ROTC class.
Maj. Terry Todd, 36, was arrested at
the, University of Texas, Arlington,
campus Tuesday for aggravated
promotion of prostitution in an
operation that sold sex for as much as
$400.
TODD, described as in "the
management and recruiting end" of the
ring, was released on $1,500 bond.
A 16-year Army veteran who served
in Vietnam, Germany and Italy, Todd"
was relieved of his duties at UTA,
where he was second in command of the
500-student ROTC program.
"We are still operating in a state of
shock and surprise," said Lt. Col.
Raymond Andrae, commandant of
UTA's ROTC program and Todd's
superior.
"I'VE KNOWN Maj. Todd while he,
was a student here and have come to
know him and his wife very well-I had
hoped that I knew him. Students found
him very easy to talk to. He was very
concerned and dedicated to enhancing
the ROTC program here.
"Andrae said he spoke with Todd

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briefly Tuesday night after his release
from jail but the major said only that he
wanted to meet with his attorney before
discussing the charge with university
or Army officials.
UTA President Wendell Nedderman
said he had planned to meet with An-
drae yesterday to discuss Todd.
POLICE CAPT. Don Milliken said
there was no indication Todd's alleged
involvement in the prostitution ring
mixed with his duties at the UTA cam-
pus and apparently he did not recruit
among students.
As part of an undercover operation,
six other people were arrested last
week in connection with the "Superb"
ring and another prostitution operation.
Both operated out of apartments in
Dallas' fashionable north side.
"Trick books" seized indicated
prominent Dallas doctors, oil and in-
surance company executives were
customers as well as wealthy traveling
businessmen.
Milliken described the ring as a
"pretty sophisticated operation,
especially in terms of the people run-
ning it. They live very well, much bet-
ter than you or I do or ever will."
Todd, a married man with a family,
was the executive officer of the
program, which he had been With for 18
months. He was also an assistant

professor of military science.
He graduated from the university two
years ago with a master's degree in
civil engineering and also has an
aerospace degree from the University
of Texas.
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tuition
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will determine whether GEO is a
bargaining unit under the Michigan
Employment Relations Act and, thus,
Whether the University must enter into
collective bargaining with GEO.
Michigan Student Assembly
President Marc Breakstone also spoke
at the rally, Citing a resolution passed
by MSA Tuesday night, Breakstone
said, "You can be assured that you will
have MSA and my own support
throughout your struggles.
Breakstone said he supported the
withholding of tuition from the Univer-
sity urged by the GEO.
Charles Allmand, assistant to the
vice-president for academic affairs,
said the University administration
would not know until November what
effect the GEO plea to withhold tuition
will have. At that point, those students
who have not paid their tuition will not
be allowed to register for classes for
winter term. Allmand refused to
speculate on what that effect may be,
but said "a lot of people say they will do
certain things, and when the chips
come down, they don't."
Britain and France delcared war on
Nazi Germany Sept. 3, 1939. The act
came after Germany ignored an
ultimatum to withdraw its forces from
Poland, which had been invaded two
days earlier. The Nazis made it appear
that Polish troops had in fact taken the
initiative in the hostilities by attacking
a German radio station. The Germans
then fired on Polish-occupied points in
the free city of Danzig, calling it self
defense. The Poles putupsa courageous
resistance but were crushed Sept. 17
when Russian forces invaded from the
east.

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national Center's recreation room.
Hillel-Shemini Atzeret services, 9:30 a.m., 1429 Hill.
CPP-Mini Career Workshop, "Management Careers," 4-6 p.m., Pen-
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Hillel-Simchat Torah services followed by celebration, 7 p.m., 1429
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