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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 3 1974

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Too
are
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many, pleasures in life
denied to us ...

Scalped scandal
When the ticket prices for the
Bob Dylan concert were first
announced, most people thought
they were expensive at $8.50. But
by the time the concert was to
start, most people were lucky to
be sitting in the balcony for that
price, and many of those seated
in the main floor had paid up-
wards of fifty dollars for their
seats.
The reason for the skyhigh pric-
es was a ticket scalping opera-
tion, allegedly masterminded by
the President of Bamboo Enter-
prises, RobertBageris, and the
employes of the promotional
agency.
Dylan fans who waited in line
a month ago in freezing weath-
er were promised tickets if their
orders were taken. But of the
14,336 tickets printed only 13,-
605 were mailed. According to a
Daily investigation, most of the
other tickets were scalped for
prices varying from $25 to $80.
"I really think you're bark-
ing up the wrong tree," said
Bagaris. "To my knowledge, no
one from Bamboo did anything
that wasn't in the contract."
But at least three local scalp-
ers contacted by The Daily iden-
tified Bageris as their source
of tickets. One ticket salesman
said he could supply "any
amount" of tickets. "I'm not
selling these for myself," he said.
"I'd be ashamed to. They're for
Bageris."
Bill Graham, rock impressario
and Dylan concert promoter, said
that any money that had been
made illegally would go to the
campus instead of to a "bunch
of sharp slicksters."
And UAC-Daystar director Sue
Young said, "It's a shame it
happened, whether it's a conspir-
acy or not. It's crummy that the
ticket orders got filled so poor-
ly, it's crummy that people are
ripping other people off." Young
also voted to "never again" al-
low ticket handling to get out of
the University group's hands.
''We should learn from this,'
said Thomas Easthope, assistant
vice president for Student Ser-
vices. "But it's a sorry lesson to
learn when therstakes are ai
high as they are."
Maybe Easthope is right, but
Graham indicated that perhaps
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everyone was pretending the
stakes are not so high as they
seem.
"I'm sure you've heard peonl-,
say, 'If I don't see ')ylan 111
die.' Well, they won't. Nobody is
going to die because they didn't
see Dylan."
* * *
Selling Ford
The University has entered in-
to a new line of business - it is
now selling Gerald Ford.
The Vice President can be had
in the form of either a gold,
silver or bronze medallion, de-
pending onzwhat the Veep is
worth to you. Proceeds from tie
sale of the medallions will he
incorporated into the newly creat-
ed "Gerald Ford Scholarship
Fund."
In announcing the fund last
week, University President Rob-
ben Fleming gave tribute to its
namesakes and creator. "This
generous act on the part of Vice
President Ford is only one in a
long series of testimonials to his
devotion to his alma maser,' he
said.
* * *

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Union pub
The Michigan Union's ra a in
attractions - pool tables, a bowl-
ing alley and bookstore - have
hardly made the old place the
vortex of student activiy.
Undoubtedly realizing that, the
Union Board last week approved
a University Activitias Center
(UAC) plan to change the situa-
tion by installing a student bar
in the Union basement.
The University Club is now of sttdenl
renovating the basement game to buy ba
room to make way f ) the bar,
which is to be modeled after a
German rathskeller, the tradi- lH R
tional pub found in the city hall
basements of Europe.
"This is a logical extcn :cn of ''HRP
our function," said Uai in man- back to
ager Stephen Wells. le noted party spe
that other Big Ten schools also er said
serve alcoholic beverages in their w doa
student anions. tion, imdl
Mark Thomas, coordinating tonH"
vice president of UAC, also seem The HE
ed to think a bar would do better not readk
than pool tables to attract stg- last.gweek
dents. "Now we can re"',rn the gistaring
Union to its proper role as a hub Democrat
. gistration
Clerk Jer
But Ciky
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Graham

it life, not just a place
>ooks," he said.
acc used
s desperate and has its
the wall" Democratic
kesman Thomas Wied-
last week. "The party
nything to win an elec-
luding illegal registra-
man Rights P arty was
y to admit desperation
but it did admit to re-
voters door-to-door.
s charged that the re-
was illegal and City
rome Weiss a g r e e d.
Attorney Edwin Pear
party had not violated
okesman Frank Shoichet
Democratic %zcusations
vide grist for the Re-
to shut off voter regis-
ntirely.
y week's end, the Re-
seemed to be doing
as Mayor Stephenson
cations that voter regis-
ay be halted at all loca-
ept City Hall.
-Laura Berman

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