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Page^6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 12, 1985
Convict executed for murder committed at 17

HUNSTVILLE, Texas (AP) - A
convict who spent a decade on death
row for killing a man when he was 17
was executed by injection early
yesterday after saying he was "ready
to begin my journey."
"About all I can say is goodbye,"
Charles Rumbaugh, 28, said as he lay
strapped to a gurney with needles in-
serted into his arms. "For the rest of'
you, even though you don't forgive me
for my transgressions, I forgive you.
for yours against me.
"THAT'S ALL I wish to say. I'm
ready to begin my journey."

He was the first person in more than
two decades to be put to death for a.
crime committed while under age 18.
His friends on death row said
yesterday they were saddened by his
death, but believed he would be hap-
py.
"I GOT THE impression this was
his ticket to freedom," said inmate
Jim Vanderbilt. "Charlie's punish-
ment is over. He's free now."
While awaiting trial, Rumbaugh at-
tempted to take his life by slashing his
wrist with a razor blade and later by
taking an overdose of drugs. He also

pulled out a makeshift knife during a
1983 hearing and attacked a U.S. mar-
shal, who shot and wounded him.
The next man facing execution,
John Michael Lamb, was critical of
other death row inmates who, unlike
during most previous executions,
voted to leave television on and con-
tinue about their routine during the
execution.
"IT WAS like everybody didn't
care," said Lamb, who has an Oct. 7
execution date. "Most are more inter-
sted in TV now. It bothers me."
A human rights group opposed to
executions, Amnesty International,
contended Rumbaugh's death would
violate international agreements -
never confirmed by the U.S. Senate

- which bar execution of people con-
victed of crimes committed when they
were under 18.
"It kind of bothered me a little,"
said Tom Curtis, a former district at-
torney who prosecuted the youthful
Rumbaugh. "He was awfully young
and he had some tough breaks in life.
But Chuckie is very violent, a really
hardened killer, and society has to
protect itself."
TEXAS Attorney General Jim Mat-
tox predicted a quickened pace of
executions in the state this year.
"I believe it is going to gradually
increase and build into a rather
dramatic number of executions," he
said.

Mattox noted that Rumbaugh's case
had gone before two juries. "Each
determined he should be punished by
death," he said.
ABOUT A dozen death penalty op-
ponents carried candles outside the
prison during Rumbaugh's execution.
"More people are concerned about
Pete Rose breaking a baseball record
than about this man's execution
here," said the Rev. Thomas Sheehy,
a Roman Catholic priest from Houston.
Rumbaugh spent his last day
visiting with friends and relatives, but
while his mother, Rebecca, went to
the prison she decided not to see him.
He rejected any lavish final meal,
choosing instead a tortilla and glass of
water.

HE LEFT instructions that his body
be cremated and the remains be
placed in a tiny coffin he constructed
of matchsticks and lined with velvet
and a red bandana.
Rumbaugh was convicted of killing
Michael Fiorillo, 58, during a 1975
holdup at his Amarillo jewelry store.
Rumbaugh's troubles with the law
started at age 6 with a break-in. He
committed his first armed robbery at
12 and spent most of his life in reform
schools, mental institutions and jails.
He was the 10th prisoner to be put to
.death since the state resumed
executions in December 1982. Soie
210 Texas inmates have death sentt-
ces pending.

1,200 women rush sororities this year:
i(ContinuedfromPage)better dressed than those who that if they were themselves they now, after four sets of parties, both
cond set of parties. preceded them. And although officers wouldn't get in." groups will be matched up, and few
ou run to write down the names of the Panhellenic Association, an So the women will wear permanent feelings will be hurt.

the se
"Yo

that you remember," said Stephanie
Zimmerman, a junior in Zeta Tau
Alpha. "You know, you get together
with the others and say, 'Who was that
girl in the pink dress?'"
As the competition to join a sorority
stiffens - 200 more women are
rushing this year than last - rushees
may feel they have to work harder to
make an impression. Zimmerman
noted that each year rushees arrive

umbrella organization for the
sororities, downplayed appearance
and manners during a mass meeting
Sunday, their advice has gone
unheeded by some.
"THEY TOLD us just to be our-
selves, and not to read any books
telling us how to act," said Tammy
Tanner, a rushee and LSA sophomore,
"but I'm sure there's girls who know

smiles and muster all the energy they
can to stand out in the crowd, Tanner
said, even though they may be very
timid otherwise.
Muth acknowledged that "the main
people who lose out are the people that
are shy. They might be very in
telligent and interesting people, but
you don't find that out in 15 minutes."
Both the rushees and the sorority
members hope that three weeks from

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Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vintage
clothing, new and old, 1 50 dealers. 6:00-
10:00 p.m. Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-
Sun., 214 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown
Ypsilanti, 487-5890, 971-7676.

FOR SALE
82 TOYOTA-TERCEL, blue, 2-door, AM-FM,
cruise, cloth seats, new brakes & exhaust. 49,000
miles-mint condition. EVENINGS 449-2907.
38B4913
'75 VW RABBIT - Sunroof-radio very good con-
dition. $1200. evenings 769-2750. 98BO918
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48 Person of rank
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for one

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product
8 Timetable
initials
9 Vintage car
10 Honorific
11 Certain spread
12 Speech
affectation
13 Point of time
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Narcissus
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stress
24 Seed covering
25 Certain vote
26 Welcome
27 Before way and
well
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nickel
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33 Monument
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"Guys and
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1976 BUICK SKYLARK, V-8 engine, new brakes,
Rusty but runs good. $700. 971-7680. 66B0912
COUCH - Great condition, comfortable, price ne-
gotiable. Call 642-0590. 62B0912
CARS $200! Trucks $100! Available at local sales.
Call 1-619-565-1522 for your directory to purchase.
24 hours. 76B0913
HEWLETT PACKARD 97 programmable calcula-
tor completely reconditioned. $500.00. 6621627.
60B0912
1972 DUSTER for sale. Excellent condition!
Recent Trans., Brake, Radiator Overhaul. $350 or
Best Offer. Call Mike. 662-1063. 20B0920
IBM SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER. Excellent
condition. Ten ribbons. $200. (662-1846 evenings.)
22B0920
-ATTENTION STUDENTS-
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vintage
clothing, new and old, 150 dealers. 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat-Sun 214 E. Michigan at
Park, Downtown Ypsilanti 487-5890,971-7676 cBtc
10 EXECUTIVE Steel Case desks. $100 each.
482-3760. 89B0916
BICYCLE - Man's 5-speed 26" Schwinn, in excel-
lent condition. 662-0292. 83B0912
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Also
delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext.
GH-10152 for information. 04B1030
IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through
the U.S. government? Get the facts today! Call 1-
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REFRIGERATOR. 1.6 cubic feet. Good working
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MALE ROOMMATE Wanted. Share 2 bedroom
apartment. $260 month plus half utilities. Com-
fortable apartment in quiet house. 8 blocks central,
5 blocks medical. 668-8545. Vince. 16C0917
A FEW spaces left at Xanadu Coop, 1811 Washte-
naw. Room, board, and community. $265 per
month includes laundry, utilities, newspaper etc.
Call 662-6744 or 662-4414. cC0913

DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED - part time
shifts available, days and nights. Call China on the
Run at 994-3151. 36H0925
TV TECHNICIAN. Full or part time. 665-5788
days. 18H0920
TOP TYPISTS - Top wages, Part Time, periodic
flexible hours 80 WPM minimum, $4.50-$7.00 per
hour. Call 668-8898. 06H0916
AFTERSCHOOL CHILD CARE. 4-6 p.m. week-
days. Two nice kids 7 and 9 years old. Nice family,
$5- hour. One mile from Diag. 994-3699 after
4 p.m. 15H0910
CHILD CARE. After school, 4-6 p.m. weekdays.
Nice kids, good pay. 665-5616 after 6 p.m. 14H0919
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230/yr. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 05H1030
PIECE of the Pie-Pizza-by-the-slice, seeks sup-
ervisor and general staff for our Arborland Mall
location, Ann Arbor. Apply to a manager at
Piece of the Pie in the food court, Arborland
Mall, 3736 Washtenaw. 11H0918
PEOPLE LOOKING for PART TIME jobs. 16 to
32 hours a week. Call State Security at 668-0447
for information. Excellent for students. 13H0925
PART-TIME JOBS. Need people to post + dis-
tribute flyers. $5/hr. Students Pref. Call Hillel,
#663-3336. 09H0916
WORK STUDY
Office clerk, custodian. 995-3276.
cH0913
CHILD CARE - Caring, responsible person need-
ed to watch a delightful 6 month old boy Monday
and Wednesday 2-5 p.m. and one morning. $3. per
hour. 663-0698. 71H0912
EXCELLENT COMMISSION phone sales from
home. Part time. You set the hours. Call Monday,
994-5109. 84H0916
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NEEDED - Blood donors for diarrhea re-
search. Requirements: 1) age 18-40 2) no history
of antibiotic use in last year, gastrointestinal
disease, or diarrhea while taking antibiotics 3)
no prior employment in a hospital. For blood and
stool specimen reimbursement $20. Call Dr. Bacon
763-3595 Division of Infectious Diseases Univer-
sity of Michigan Hospital. 56H0919
"WORK for academic credit or volunteer at the
Pound House Children's Center this Fall. Located
at Hill and East University. Come over for a visit
or call 764-2547 for more information." 40H0920
WANTED: SUBJECTS WITH MILD ASTHMA. I
am looking for subjects with mild asthma, ages 18-
40 and nonsmokers, who might be willing to par-
ticipate in any of several ongoing studies. Sub-
jects must be stable enough to forgo using bron-
chodilators for 24 hours prior to a clinical trial.
Reimbursement ranging from $30 to $130 will be
provided to qualified subjects. Interested persons
should call 764-9530, Dr. Thomas Gravelyn, Pul-
monary Division, University Hospital. 47H0912;
CLEAN APARTMENT 3 hours/week, flexible,
Good pay. 769-0032 campus. 46H0912
DIRECT care staff to assist person with develop-
mental disabilities in residential setting. Call
Washtenaw A.R.C. at 662-1256. 37H0919
LOCAL RESTAURANT has opening for part time
cashiers. Must write Chinese. 981-2854. 10H0918
HALF TIME child care in my northeast Ann Ar-
bor home for two year old and three year old, in
exchange for room and board or $4.00 per hour.
Call 995-2532. 93H0913
NIGHT AUDITOR - Part time weekends, mid-
night shift. Experience in hotels or business a
plus. Apply in person. Howard Johnsons Motor
Lodge. 2380 Carpenter, Ann Arbor 48104. 94H0913
DOES THE COST of books have you down? The
Burger King at 725 Victors Way, off I-94, is looking
for late night help. We have flexible hours to fit
your schedule. Apply in person after 2 p.m. or
call 996-1223. 78H0916
CHILD CARE - Need student to provide trans-
portation to after school activities, for two boys,
ages 11 and 12. Own car essential for late after-
noons. $4.00 per hour. Call 769-3708 evenings.
73110916
SUMMER JOBS! National Park Co.'s. 21 Parks -
5,000+ Openings. Complete Information $5.00.
Park Report. Mission Mountain Company 651 2nd
Avenue WN, Kalispell, MT 59901. 740927
HOUSEKEEPER/Babysitter: 2 weekday after-
noons 12:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Walking distance to
campus, 8 year old girl. After 5 p.m. call 662-7169.
59H0912
INTERESTING Part Time Job, evenings and
weekends for strong, dependable women. Help
professional, disabled woman with meals and per-
sonal care. Central campus. 662-2734. 79H0912
EXCELLENT COMMISSION doing phone sales
from your home. Part time. You set the hours.
994-5109. 87H0916
SCHOOL LUNCH room supervisor. M-F 11:30-
12:30. About 1 miles from campus. $5.00 per
hour. Call 668-6770. 84H0916
Ph.D. STUDENT (Finance) to write report on
application of option pricing theory to convertible

THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371

PARKING - CAMPUS: South University aind
Forest. 761-9635 or 761-7400. 21J0918
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
*** 20% Discount - 1st paper!! **
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217
cJtc

Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158

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TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc

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RESIDENTIAL COUPLES WORKSHOP. Sep-
tember 13-15 for couples of any age or marital
status interested in enhancing their relationship.,
$35 registration plus sliding scale professional
services fee. Bob Blood Ph.D., Margaret Blood
M.A. 769-0046. cJ(V12,
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 9ff
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
pointment. CAtC
TYPING - All kinds - Fast, efficient service.'
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc'
VIOLIN LESSONS. Beginning through advanced.'
Doctorate from U of M. Lots of experience. Near
central campus. For information, call 663-8*2.;
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GOING PLACES
RIDE NEEDED to Traverse City any weekend.
Share expenses, driving. Dick 662-0507. 85K0910

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ROOM available in Minnie's Co-op share meals,
responsibility, and friends. Just minutes from
Central and North Campus. Call I.C.C.-ask for
David's space. 662-4414. 41C0913

WANTED: 2 football tickets South Carolina game.
Judy 764-6332. 50Q0919
WANTED: Two senior season football tickets. 663-
9618. 69Q0912
FACE VALUE ticket cash. Maryland, Wisconsin, f
Indiana, Purdue ONLY. 973-9582. cQtc
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
WANTED!
Uof M
SEASON TICKETS
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