Friday, September 19, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, September 19, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY vcge seven
(Continued from Page 1) a plane for San Francisco: "I
STANDING before the magis- am very pleased that things
trate with her arms folded turned out the way they did."
across her chest, she answered Hearst said of the bank rob-
softly "yes," when asked if her bery charge against his daugh-
name was Patricia Campbell ter: "I don't think anything will
Hearst. It was barely a year happen on that score; after all
and a half ago when she pro- she was a kidnap victim, you
claimed herself "Tania," the must remember."
name she had adopted as a sign
of her revolutionary ardor. THE HARRISES still wore theI
Hearst's father, San Francisco jogging outfits in which they
Examiner President Randolph were captured when they were
Hearst, was in New York on arraigned on charges of federal
business and said as he boarded firearms violations.
Rooster vietim of
As the bearded Harris, 30,
turned to leave the courtroom
he shouted: "This ain't no big
deal, comrades. Long live the
Harris raised both his fists as
he entered the courtroom and
said, "Hello comrades, keep on
BATES SAID no single tip or
informant led authorities to
Hearst and her comrades. He
declined to give details of what
finally broke the case except to
say "it involved interviews with
a lot of people, a lot of investi-
Bates, who has handled the
Hearst case since the beginning,
said the four fugitives might
have been living in San Fran-
cisco for as long as two weeks
before the arrests.
at the University of California. deaths of her comrades and de- co and Harrisburg have since
clared she had been in love with I questioned a variety of wit-
THE TERRORIST group de- one of them - Willie Wolfe, 23, nesses in that investigation, in-
manded as a precondition for son of a Pennsylvania doctor. cluding sports activist Jack
her release that the Hearsts Since then, no word had been Scott and pro basketball star
feed the poor, and the family heard from the fugitives. But Bill Walton.
put together a $2 million "Peo-heardierothefe.ut
pl nN e"gva a rga .earlier this year, federal author-____
ple in Need" giveaway program. ities in Harrisburg, Pa., said
But the SLA denounced the ef- they were investigating reports CHARING CROSS
fort as a sham. that the Harrises, Hearst and BOOKSHOP
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On April 15, Hearst drama-
tized her conversion when she
and several SLA comrades al-
legedly staged an armed hold-
up of a Hibernia Bank branch
in San Francisco. In a later
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He's already been raised. And
besides, he's no chicken. He
thinks he's the baddest fighting
cock in the world."
Strauch, wary of the judges
reaction, doesn't think Rojo will
accompany him to the court
room. "But it sure wouldbe
great if he could," Strauch add-
T The police, however, don't1
think Strauch has a leg to stand
"YOU JUST can't
ens in the city," explained Cap-
tain M. Dann of the Ann Arbor
police department. "We didn't
take the chicken away from
him (Strauch) because we don't
have anywhere to keep chick-
ens. About all I know you can
do with a chicken in the city
is eat it, and we wouldn't want
to eat his chicken anyway."
But Strauch is confident he'll
beat this rap. "I'm a vindictive
son of a bitch," he bragged.
"I'm a protestor."
A rather elusive character,
Strauch has been an Ann Arbor
fixture since 1937 - "the care-
free days," he says.
Although Strauch speaks
evasively of employment with
the University Hospital-"tool-
ing for the few experiments
that they chose to do" - and
he displays a" hospital identifi-
cation on his jacket lapel - "it
helps me out when I need fav-
ors in the hospital" - he has
found a seemingly permanent
position with the Ann Arbor
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Acting Los Angeles County fatheage" eanascor
Dist. Atty. John Howard said sahckedthepiwoand yornfulc
Los Angeles authorities have 19shcetewolbyrnu-
state charges pending against rejected Weed.
Hearst and 18 against the Har- HERTADteHrie
rises, ranging from robbery to werTN the onySa erss
riss, angngfro rober t were the only SLA members
kidnaping. He said all three left at large after a fiery shoot-
would be brought to Los Angeles out with Los Angeles police on
next week for arraignment on Map7letsx ohicon-
those charges. May 17 left six of their com- j
thos chages.rades dead. Officers responding
THE SLA was meant to be the to a tip surrounded a house and
vanguard of radicalism in the in the ensuing gunfire it caught
United States and chose for its fire and was gutted.
symbol a seven-headed serpent. In a final taped message on
The group engaged ih bomb- June 7, Hearst mourned the
ings and even a murder of a -- - -
California black school superin-
tendent whose community poli-
cies they regarded as retrogres-
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Bates said that the FBI was
now hunting those who helped
the Harrises and Hearst escape
ASKED IF he did not think
the arrest of Hearst was due to
pure luck, Bates said, "Yes."
But he added: "I felt all along
that all of them have been in
and out of here (San Francisco).
This is where they live. Wyhy
wouldn't it be logical that they'd
come in and out of here?"
Hearst was dragged kicking
and screaming from the apart-
ment she shared with her
fiance, Steven Weed, in Berke-
ley, where she was a sophomore
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