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Convicted Nazi lives
behind wall of police

A new chapter
Once upon a time, there was a cozy little bookstore in Ann Arbor that
many a student held dear to his /her heart. Owned by a slightly eccen-
tric, elfish little fellow, the bookstore was known far and wide as a
place where a body could go browse about, have a cup of tea, "shoot the
breeze and, at times, attend a masquerade ball. Then, the summer
before last, the store went bankrupt and, with many a tear shed, it
closed.-Now, the happy word has reached us that David's Books will
re-open sometime this week complete with master of ceremonies
David Kozubei. David will share a shop down on Ashley St. with
Saguaro Succulents so, conceivably, you can read up on that plantie
that catches your eye before buying it. In any case, in the era of Mc-
Donald's and Kresge's, it's nice to see a store with real personality on-
ce againopening its doors. Good luck, Dave.r
Let's' make a deala
What student hasn't, in the midst of a particularly grueling all-
nighter, idly dreamed of striking a deal with a prof in order to, um,
further one'S ACADEMIC CAREER& You know, a few greenbacks, a
quick romantic interlude or whatever in returnfor that gilt-edged 'A'?
Well, the Physiology Department has made it easy. Students of
Physiology 101'/102 Were calmly digesting Monday's lecture when a
physiology prof made them a handsome proposition. Each student
could get one extra point added on their cumulative total if they
merely turned in the course evaluation. Of course, to receive credit,
the students had to sign their evaluations, which, one might presume,
would have some effect on the "confidential" evaluations.
. are happening all over the place today.. .Poet Robert Huff in-
vites poetry buffs to join him for a coffee hour at 10:30 a~m.. . and if
that's too early for your morning caffein kick, be in the Pendleton
Room of the Union at 4:10 p.m. where Huff will fill your ears with hus
lyrical verse ... "Say Something," a live dance performance will be
held at noon in the Michigan Union Lobby and it's free. . . at 4, there
will be an informational meeting in Aud. 4 in the MLB for those in-
terested in the summer study program in Salamanca, Spain . . . just
10 minutes later, Stanford prof Wesley Trumpi will talk in the East
Conference Room of the Rackham ... things don't pick up again until
7:30 when the Baha'i Student Association meets at the International
Center ... also at 7:30, a consumer rights presentation will be held at
the Ypsilanti Center of Washtenaw Community College, 214 North
Huron Street in Ypsilanti . .. the Max Kade German House will show
a free film, "Paukenspieler", at 8 ... and finally, at 8, the Association
of Critical Social Studies presents the award-winning documentary
"The Battle of Chile" in Aud. A of Angell . . that's all, folks.
On the outside . ..
Make sure you wear your galoshes because it looks like we'll be
trudging around in so much oatmeal today. We'll have periods of rain
with a high around 400 and a low of 300. It'll get colder on Thursday and
the weekend looks even chillier.

SOLTAU, West Germany
(AP)-Nearly four months, after his
escape from a Rome prison hospital,
convicted Nazi war criminal Herbert
Kappler lives quietly and mysteriously
in this north German town behind a
wall of police protection.
The 70-year-old Kappler, a former
colonel in the Nazi SS elite guard, was
suffering from intestinal cancer and
said to be on the verge of death when his
wife, Anneliese, helped him escape
Aug. 15.
A family source said Kappler has
regained enough strength to take walks
with a cane accompanied by his wife
and police guards.
Kappler apartment above a drugstore
has angered some of the townspeople
who seldom catch a glimpse of the man
convicted of killing 335 Italian civilians.
He was serving a life sentence for the
deaths, ordered in reprisal for an at-

tack by Italian partisans in which 32
German soldiers were killed.
"Kappler enjoys almost as much
protection as a cabinet minister," com-
plained a local bank manager.
POLICE REFUSE to say why they
are guarding Kappler. But authorities
said in August that they were stationing
guards to prevent unidentified groups
from killing him or spiriting him back
to Italy.
The guards are quick to confront the
curious. A reporter inspecting the
parking lot near the Kappler home was
ordered to produce identification
papers. A photographer for a local
newspaper tried to take a picture of the
van, but he said police jumped from the
vehicle and tore the camera away.
Town Councilman Wolfgang Buhr
said he found the restrictions do not ap-
ply only to reporters or outsiders. He
said he was walking to his garage in a
courtyard between his home and the
Kapplers when police told him to move

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Daily Official Bulletin

Day Calendar C
Environmental Studies: ' R. Freedman,
"Population Problems," 1528CC Little, 3p.m.
Geology: E. Irving, "Paleozic Continuental Drift,"
4001 CC Little, 4 p.m.
Ind./Oper. Eng.: Dr. Charles H. White,
Engineering Service Division, DuPont Corp.,
Wilmington, Del., "The Impact of Operations
Analysis Work on Plant Design,"229 W.E., 4 p.m.
Statistics: Prof. Jan Kmenta, "On the Problem of
Missing Measurements in the Estimation of
Economic Relationships," 451 Mason Hall, 4p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: E. D. Commins, U-Calif.,
Berkley, "Search for Parity Nonconservation in
Atomic Thallium," 296 Dennison, 4 p.m.
Music School: Opera Workshop, Rackham Aud., 8
General Notice
STUDENT ACCOUNTS: Your attention is called to
the following rules passed by the Regents at their
meeting on February 28, 1936: "Students shall pay
all accounts due the University not later than the last
day of classes of ewach semester or summer session.
Student loans which are not paid or renewed are sub-
ject to,this regulation; however, student loans not yet
due are exempt. Any unpaid accounts at the close of

business on the last day of classes will be reported to
the Cashier of the University and
"(a) All academic credits will be withheld, the
grades for the semester or summer session just
completed will not be released, and no transcript of
credits will be issued.
"(b) All students owing such accounts will not be
allowed to register in any subsequent semester until
payment has been made."
WUOM: National Town Meeting, Nora Ephron,
Esquire Magazine, Rex Reed, author and film critic,
Sally Quinn, EWashington Post, and moderator
Charles B. Seib, Washington Post, "Privacy and
People News," 10:30 a.m.
j Tati, the French Chaplin, takes a t
* satirical aim at the impersonal steel-
and- glass civilization rising in Paris. *
E "His comedy based on modern archi-
tecture affirms and delights the hu- *
* man spirit and is a feast for the I
eyes as well."-Peter Francis, Fea- *
turing the character of Mr. Hulot. I
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Wednesday, November 30,1977
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