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But Smith said the letter was meaningless because a simi-
lar memo began the compensated training controversy three
years ago.
"Why would we believe John Cross now?" Smith asked. "We
got the same 'great' memo last time but three years later, we're
talking about the same thing. He doesn't keep his word."

GEO Chief Negotiator Eric Odier-Fink said his team pre-
sented two packages of proposals at yesterday's negotiation
session. Odier-Fink said the second package includes two
affirmative action proposals and a counterproposal to the
University's program for compensation for international GSI
training.
Odier-Fink said this package of proposals, which had to be
included in GEO's contract, would be discussed extensively
at Thursday's negotiation session.

Livonia man sentenced to
10 days on escape charge

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"I feel that being out is one of the
most important things in my life,"
Zellner said. Participants said the
event embodied the spirit of support
for the LGBT community.
"Personally, I'm marching because
this campus is awesome for people who

are coming out," said LSA first-year some."
student Wade Penhorwood. "I knew Hochman also said the allies are
before I came here that Ann Arbor had important because they demonstrate
a large gay community. That helped out that LGBT students have support from

my decision to come here."
Other marchers said they were proud
to be allies.
"I'm an ally. I think its important for
allies to become involved," LSA senior
Colette Stevenson said. "This is awe-

the heterosexual community.
As the rally formed on the steps of
the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library,
two Department of Public Safety
officers watched over the partici-
pants.

?RIAL,
Continued from Page 1
largely unswayed by the final words.
"I don't know whether any minds were changed but there
was some food for thought there," said Sen. John Chafee (R-
R.I.) a moderate who has not declared how he will vote.
Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) suggested
that he did not need to hear from all 13 managers. "I don't
know that the House needed all three hours to get their mes-
e across," Daschle said.
Daschle and the Senate's other 44 Democrats are expected
to vote to acquit Clinton. Yesterday the main unanswered
question about the verdict was whether enough Republicans
would join them to keep the two charges from winning at

least a majority.
But the House managers made clear that they were speaking
as much for the history books as to the senators before them.
"The president's attorneys have done their best to dis-
guise the truth," Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) said. "They
produced smoke so thick that it continues to cloud this
debate. But, if you look through the smoke and the mirrors
employed by these very able lawyers, you will see the
truth."
Even as he argued for conviction, Hyde put forward a long-
shot request to delay the final vote, which is scheduled for
Thursday or Friday.
In a letter to Senate leaders, Hyde said that new questions
about whether White House aide Sidney Blumenthal lied in his
recent deposition for House managers warranted the delay.

MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) - A judge added only 10
more days yesterday to the sentence of a man who led an
"exemplary" life in Michigan after fleeing from a
Virginia jail work crew 25 years ago.
"You've been looking over your shoulder for long
enough," Circuit Judge Charles Stone told Alfred Martin
III in sentencing him for escaping.
"Some deterrence is needed but not a great deal in
your case."
More than 50 friends and relatives broke into applause
in the courtroom.
Martin was extradited from Michigan after court rul-
ings left Gov. John Engler no choice in the matter.
He had faced up to five years in prison on the escape
charge.
Martin pleaded guilty to the charge last month.
Martin, from Livonia, also is serving a one-year jail sen-
tence for his original conviction of selling $10 worth of
marijuana to a police informant.
He has been held for more than two months and could
be released early for good behavior.
"I did wrong, but I've been good," Martin told the
judge. His voice broke as he said, "I am glad to be here
today to be relieved of a burden I've carried too long."
Martin apologized to the judge and explained that he
fled because he needed to take care of his wife, a recent
immigrant from the Caribbean, and their baby.
"We were broke and Ann had no job," Martin testified.
"She was scared and confused."
By serving a jail sentence, he said, "I felt I was desert-
ing her."
The judge refused to put Martin on probation after he
serves his jail time.
Commonwealth's Attorney Joan Ziglar had main-

"You've been looking over
your shoulder for long
enough."
- Charles Stone
Circuit Judge
tained that Martin should spend more time behind bars
in order to send a message to other inmates that they
can't walk away from a crime and expect leniency from
the state.
But she made no sentence recommendation.
Martin was just two days into his one-year sentence
when he left a jail work-crew on Feb. 13, 1974.
A prosecutor said Martin likely would have spent only
about three months in jail on the marijuana conviction.
Had he not been caught driving with expired license
plates in Michigan last November, and if Virginia had
not pressed for extradition, he would still be working at
a mortgage company and living with his wife and three
children.
At the time of his extradition, Martin was praised by a
judge in Detroit as being "exemplary."
The judge also called his family "a credit to
Michigan."
But Judge William Cahalan also said he had to honor
Virginia's request because recent court rulings prevent-
ed a governor from blocking an extradition.
Virginia first sought his extradition in 1974, but then-
Gov. William Milliken, under old rules, was able, in
effect, to grant Martin legal asylum.

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