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Saturday, March 1.'9, 1 Vfi
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(Continued from Page 1) juana use - that's neither here sity, which is education.'
duction of the penalty' for mari- nor there. What I'm saying is "The University would be hap-
juana possession to a misle- that when you get a couple of py to have it," said Bullard, "if
ineanor. thousand kids together for some- they could sell tickets to it at
Joel Berger, director of In- i thing like this, making a lot ;f $6 apiece like ,footbail games.'
formation Services best summed noise and running around look- Bullard says he remains dedi-
up the University's position: I ing for johns, it disrupts the cated to the cause of decrimin-
"I'M NOT talking about marl- normal business of the Univer- alization, but feels the Bash has
.-.-- now become "counter-effective"
to efforts to change the law
TONIGHT! Bullard doubts, however, that
An Evening of BLUES with the University will be able to
stop the Bash simply by issu-
T T - TTing a statement.
FREDRICK DAVIDS, Univer-
sity Director of Safety, said that
while there are going to be "suf-
ficient security people" on hard
to discourage persons from as-
sembling, "we're not interested
in arresting a bunch of people."
Davids says the Bash "i. not
the simple thing it started out
to be. There's a dangerous mix-
ture of people, real young ones
and older outsiders,' and if this
thing continues like it has,
somebody's going to get hurt
Both University and City of-
ficials said no formal plans have
yet been drawn up oi how to
disperse the expected crowd,
but Davids said security people
are "going to come early" and
play it by ear." telling arr:vng
cars to move along.
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you must order a
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From the U. CELLAR
"I DON'T KNOW where
they'll end up, as long as it's not
on the Diag," Davids said.
Ann Arbor Police Chief Wal-
ter Krasny noted that his de-
partment will "probaoly take a
pretty good look at ,low t:. po-
lice it," and added tnat drnk-,
ing. disorderly condo :t and
parking regulations will definite-
ly be more stringently enforced
than last year.
The Michigan Student Assem-
bly (MSA) is also cooperating
in the shut-down efforts. MSA
Vice-President Steven Carnevale
said MSA is declaring a. mora-'
torium for the day on authoriz-
ing sales and distribution of
pamphlets in the Diag an-I Fish-
REPORTS SAY t'e University
has received many complaints
about the event from parents,
citizens, faculty and legislators.
Many people believe the mav-
erick event is sponsored by ei-
ther the city or the Univerity,
which is not the case. Davds
says a number of peo le have
called his office asking for sales
permits for the Bash. "Appar-
ently some of them have it
mixed up with the Art Fair,"' he
The University is especially
sensitive to the number of both
area and Detroit-suburban high
school and junior high students
cutting classes to come to the
INFORMATION Services Di-
rector Berger says his depart-
ment is sending out requests to
Detroit-area rock radio stations
asking their disc jockeys not to
publicize the event as part of the
THE University Council, a stu-
visory committee, has also sent
a letter to University President
Robben Fleming telling him the
Council supports any efforts be
might take to discourage the
Bash, said Council member and
Assistant Vice-President for
Student Services Thomas East-
Student reaction to last veal's
Bash was mixed.
"I WAS SO disgusted," said
'\aomi Brand, a senior in the
School of Education. "They to-
tall~! destroyed the Diag (frith
bottles, paper, and trash. It (the
Bash) was kind of nice several'
vears aao, but I think it's out-
grown itself," she said.
Steven Bergey, a sophomore No, it'
in natural sciences said he was come,;
"kind of disappointed there leaves,
Weren't more college kids
there." but added he still en-
joved it "immensely." h W
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Winter's grand finale (hopefully)
s not time to put away your snowshoes or boots. There's still plenty of slush and mud to
as this Law Quad scene testifies. Despite Tuesday's warm temperatures and budding of
the snow returned to Ann Arbor early yesterday.
ard One prepares for battle
who preferred to remain anony-
mous said he didn't notice the
high school kids and had a
"pretty good" time '"It wouldn't
thiset me terribly if it didn't go
this year, though," he added.
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a sizeable student vote.
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"In student wards, I've been
saying 'I'm a Republican-let's
hope that doesn't hinder discus-
sion'," says Jaskiewicz. But in,
city party politics, he adds, "the
ward comes first, then the city.
That's why we have a ward sys-
WILCOX FAVORS pressure on
the University to help relieveR
the housing crunch. "The Uni-
versity Housing Office and the-
landlords have coordinated their
approach to housing in this
town," he says. "I think thej
city should put its foot down on!
Asked about the issue of race.
which clouded the 1976 election,
Wilcox said: "That shouldn't
have anything to do with it ...
I don't think they'll look at the
color of skin. There's more of3
a problem in that they might
want to vote straight Democrat-
Latta, who is black, also
downplayed the racial issue,
saying the 1976 contest had
more to do with the personali-
ties of the two candidates than
with their color.
- LATTA DEFEATED Zane
Olukalns in the Democratic pri-
mary February 21. Wilcox ran
unopposed, but Jaskiewicz was
forced to mount a primary
write-in campaign to get -his
name on the April ballot be-
cause he failed to file on time.
The three candidates are vy-
ing f6r the seat currently held
by Democrat Liz Keogh. Keogh,
who has sat on Council for two
years. decided not to run for re-
election because she was
"tired" of Council politics.
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Rev. Don Postema, Pastor
Ministry of the Christian
1236 Washtenaw Ct.I
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10:00 a.m,-- Morning Worship
6:00 p.m.-Evening Prayer.
"God's people in God's world
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1511 Washtenaw Ave. 663-55606
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
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/ 9:15 and 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Bible Study
at 9:15 p.m.'
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LORD OF LIGHT LUThERAN t
Gordon Ward, Pastor'
801 S. Forest at Hill St.I
Sunday Service at 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday, L e n t e n Agape;
P :eal, 6 p.m.
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502 E. Huron-663-9376a
_ :: .Ronald E. Cary, Minister
Worship - 10 a.m.; B i b le
Students looking for some fun and a chance to School-11 a.m.j
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Applications are available at the UAC offices, 1001 E. Huron
2nd I M~~ . Calvin Malefyt, Alan Rice, j
2nd floor, Michigan Union. Ministers
9:30 a.m. - Classes for all
DEADLIE: MACH 21ages.
DEADLINE: ARCH 21 10:30a.m.-+Morning Worship.:
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David Graf, Minister
For information or transpor-
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10:00 a.m.-Sunday Worship.
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Sunday Morning Worship at
9:30 and 11:00.
Student coffee hour-12 noon.
4:00 Sunday - Dr. and Mrs.
Raja Nasr will speak on the
crisis in Lebanon.
Monday noon - Discussion of
the Word of Gad in preaching
and the sacraments.
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Rev. Terry N. Smith,t
608 E. William, corner of State
Worship Service-10:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship-10
a.m. First Baptist Church.
Bible Study-11 a.m.
Fellowship Meeting Tuesdayj
at 7:30 p.m.
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? UNIVERSITY CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
409 S. Division
M. Robert Fraser, Pastor
Church School-9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship-11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship-7:00 p.m.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
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Dr. Donald B. Strobe
The Rev. Fred B. Maitland
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Worship Services at 9:00 and
Church School at 9:00 and
Adult Enrichment at 10:00.
W. Thomas Schomaker,
10 a.m.--Morning Worship.
5:30 p.m.' - Celebration/Fel-
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Extensive programming for
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