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Saturday, April 2, 1977


Page Three

Hash Rushers still ly igh
(Continued from Page 1) POLICE continued to roam, was in response to incidents that ;restrooms across campus.
it as much as possible. through the crowd. 'Problem' occurred at last year's hash
"There were instances of vio- Bashers were escorted to a po- Bash. STUDENT REACTION to the
lations of the law in the area and lice command post set up be- "We had a heck of a time in extraordinary security precau-
we were simply doing the job tween t h e Natural Sciences the buildings last year and we tiois ranged from approval to
that we are paid to do." Building and the Chemistry don't want it to happen again. indifference.
Krasny said the police actions Building. Two police vans were People were even urinating in; It all ended five years ago
were spurred by a meeting with set up to process offenders of the halls," said Davids. rwally," said John Dailey. "The
University officials and the im- varying degrees. mentuy, s us ronagin.
pact of letters to the Governor, THE BEEFED up security momentum is just rolling again.
state legislators, and complaints Most people accepted the cita-, meant 12 hour shifts for some The dream is over, everyone go
from area merchants. tion for violating the city's marl- guards, the use of University home, the dream is over."
juana code in stride. Police used j housing security, and the hiring By eight p.m. the Diag was
"THE OFFICERS w e r e ad- little force in escorting offenders of eight extra Burns security empty. A giant clean-up opera-
vised to watch for violations of fro mthe Diag to the command' guards. The guards restricted tion confronted the University.
the law, including the five-dollar post. entry to buildings on the Diag, The Diag looked like a fair-
marijuana ordinance, and to ar- "Who gives a shit, man," said by asking people to present stu- grounds after the circus leaves'
rest people for selling drugs, an unidentified offender. "Man,! dent identification. town
Krasny said. it's like jay-walking, you know." The efforts by campus secur-
By three o'clock the sun-bath- ity and the Ann Arbor police did
ed Diag was jammed with peo- BY SIX O'CLOCK the Ann Ar-' not prevent some vandalism.
ple, from pubescent girls in bor police reported 24 arrests, , Davids said that a glass door in
faded, torn jeans to middle-aged including nine juveniles. All but the Natural Science Building
men with professional airs. The three of the individuals were re- was kicked in, a window in the
usual dog population seemed to leased. The three were charged Economics Building was broken, DISCOVER
triple, their owners gazing out with felonies and one woman and damage was done in many
at the proceedings t h r o u g h had been arraigned on charge -
glazed eyes. The steps of the for selling mescaline. Krasny Interesting facts
Gradaute Library were full of said the juveniles were released A typical home in the United
photographers and other ob- in the custody of their parents.StO
servers. In addition to the police de- taless than half the number liThtEYA
t-cpartment saturation, campus se- ing up an automobile.
rcurity was beefed up for the -
Because Soviet Russia has event. Director of Security Fder- New York state abolished
eliminated first or second class rick Davids said the escalation slavery July. 4, 1827.
railroad cars, 'Soviet citizens ---- ----- - - S.
and American visitors to te OPEN 1 A.M,
Soviet Union now ride in "soft th e 11 A.M. to 3 A M
class" or "hard class" cars. t I adu L It 1 eII

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Doily Photo by ALAN BILINSKY
His Highness King Ariwulf
A grinning Hash Bash veteran named Arwulf drifted happily
around the Diag during yesterday's festivities. "I'm the ghost
of Hash Bash '72," he explained. A man of many talents,
A --...1 '- A... A .t_.L_1_ a1 __'

The town hall in Benecia has
been the capital of California
twice since the founding of the
city by General Vallejo. in 1847.
Okanagan Valley in British
Columbia can harvest four and

(Continued from Pag6 1) laughing. At the time of Attica
A MAJORITY of the youthful and campus radicalism these


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Arwulf is Ann Arbor's thread-eaters' representative. a half tons of grapes an acre, outsiders were from the Detroit girls were romping in kinder-
-_-___suburbs and from small outstate. garten.
communities. Ann, Arbor high Although a rumor that down-
EEschoolers were in the minority. river Detroit area schools had
Orchard Lake Union Lake,'the day off proved to be un-
R t and. Sterling Heights were the founded. the Diag seemed like
Q ' communities mentioned most a school yard at recess.
often. 'The kids and outsiders are
It was a day for 12-year-olds really screwing this thing up,
(ContinuedfromPageI)trs rsand 13-year-olds to pretend that said student Kathy McGuinne.
(cntnud ro Pge1), eters. Mr. Stamadianos said. signs of "goons". Kevorkian, they were 18-year-old 1960's rad- "Why should I carme here on
one's hours would have to be "They are not a union. I fired however, was searched for a icals. The falsity of the situa- AprilI 1 and hassle with all these
cut." them and I no longer want them I gun but police found none. He; tion amused some University scuzzy little farts when I can
to interrupt our business. If I was later taken to jail for fail- students but annoyed many of come here any other day of the
"I WAS calligi people to eat here, I don't, want to face ing to pay a two-year-old fine them. year and sit on the lawn and
work and suddenly I saw all of them when I come in," he add- for filing a false police report. EARLY in the afternoon sev- smoke a joint with a few
them walk out," she added. ed. Kevorkian explained that the eral pre-teen girls taunted Ann friends."
The workers said they be- ONE STRIKER claimed some workers' demands were not ex- Arbor police with calls of "I'm a dope smoker," said
lieved she was defeating the of the customers were relatives' treme. "We asked for a free "Pig!" and chants of "Attica! Robert Strickstein. "But this
purpose of their demands by of the owners. meal for a five-hour shift and a Attica!" Several University stu- Bash is full of shit. Just look at
cutting them out of jobs. "She (Ms. Stamdianos) may half-hour unpaid break. We now dents, on their way to class, these high school kids and all
The strike resulted in harsh deny knowing them but they have a 20-minute paid break.! stopped long enough to watch these scummy people. It's ob-
c6nfrontations between the pick-, went ito the restaurant and She would cut the schedule. just the situation. They bilrst out: noxious, really."
eters and Olympic customers. talked to her and then came Ito punish you so we wanted a-----
1 back out to harass us." more stable one. We also want-
"SHE HIRED people to come ,Ann Arbor police reported ed job duties to be more specif-
in and at-tack us," Harry Kevor- -that the only assault charge ! ically defined. It I ~ ) l is Bl
kian, one of the strikers, said. filed was by a customer claim- Mr. Stamadianos said that he
"There were six or eight in the ing she had been assaulted by had agreed to look over the list
goon squad. I didn't know they a picketer. of suggestions given to him Mon-
still had them." 'day 'night. "I said, 'give me a UjRGC f(UJU Ofl counci
Customers entered the restau- POLICE SERGEANT Donald chance - let me analyze this.'
rant complaining about the pick- Johnson said there were no I told Marti McCleary (a work-
- er) that I would hold a meeting } (Continuedfromtat1)m sgenerals e se o f go-
i ~~Saturday night at 8:30 and go1lihy and has conducted a igt u ysneo efo
lightly ec sggsio. the line just for some ratings."
____________If elected, H-anks promises
opy to k ll Iielection. He admittedly enjoysI she will provide "effective,s
C o n s p i r a c y t o k i i l l t h o g a h s u g g e s ti n a n " g o ' o n , h a r c a in f o r e - p t r n
Interesting facts the heat of the campaign equal- creative" leadership for the
The whisky ring scandals dur- ly as mu h as sitting on the people in her Ward, and unlike
City Council.s"I like comp -Bell, she will go out and en-
tration in 1875 resulted in 239 Itition, p Bell says."and that's courage citizen input.


WASHINGTON tP>- A Dutch panel investigating the Kennedy,
journalist said he testified under assassination, later declined to'
oath yesterady that a Russian tell reporters what evidence he'
emigrant who apparently com- had to su port his claim.
mitted suicide earlier this week He said he gave the commit-
had claimed to be part of a con- tee a taped interview in which
spiracy to kill President John a Cuban exile named Loran Hall
Kennedy. claims he was offered $50,000 in
The television newsman, Wil the office of oilman Lester Lo-
lem Oltmans, said George de gue to kill Kennedy.
Mohrenschildt told him the al- In Dallas, Logue called that
1eged conspiracy involved Texas allegation "ridiculous" and said
oilmen, Cuban exiles, and CIAl he would meet with his lawyers
and FBI agents. to discuss suing Oltmans for
OLTMANS SAID de Mohren-' libel.
childt claimed he was a middle- LOGUE CALLED Oltmans a
roan between H. L. Hunt repre- "publicity psychopath" and said
senting Texas oilmen and Lee "tjis just demonstrates the ab-
Harvey Oswald. The journalist; solute power that the media has
said -he gave the committee "the to destroy somebody without re-
name of an FBI official, not course."
Hoover, who might be impor- After Oltmans had testified,
tant." reporters asked Chairman Rich-
The Warren Commission that ardson Preyer (D-N.C.) if he be-
investigated Kennedy's 1963 as- lieved the story.
sassination concluded Oswald "Ask me that question again'
was the lone assassin. ini a few months," Preyer re-
wTe journalist said de Moh- plied. t
reilschildt told him Cubans had "Mr. Oltmans was very spe-
fired at Kennedy at the same cific on some things which can
tim, Oswald did, adding he gave be corroborated but not as clear
the House assassinations com- - on others."
rmittee the name and picture of De Mohrenschildt apparently.
one Cuban he believes is in- shot himself to death in Palm
volved. Beach, Fla., Tuesday, according
OLTNMANS, WHO testified for to officials, just hours after a
more than three hours before a committee investigator tried to
closed session of the House contact him.
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