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Page Nine
Zeppelin victims of
large-scale robbery

NEW YORK (UPI) - More
than $200,000 in cash was stolen
from the hotel safety deposit box
of the Led Zeppelin, a British
rock group, police said Sunday.
Officers said Richard C o l e,
the group's tour manager, told
them the money was in the box
when he opened it about 1:20
a.m. Sunday morning but all
there was left when he checked
in at 7:30 p.m. were five pass-
ports. Between $203,800 a n d
$220,000 was missing; he said.
DETECTIVES who went to the
Drake Hotel on Park Avenue said
there was no indication the box
had been forced open. T h e y
said one key, kept by the desk
clerk, was needed to remove the
box from the safe and another,
which Cole had, was needed to

open it.
The locks were removed far
analysis by police tezhnicians.
The gra3p's nanagers told de-
tectives they kept the cash on
hand becasse they have "a ,ot
of expenses to pay."
HOTEL DETECTIVES dec ied
to comment on the theft, b u t
Michael Stiller, the assistant
manager, said the hotel does not
keep records of the contents of
its safety deposit boxes.
When he was asked if the Drake
knew how much money had been
deposited, Stiller said, "No, we
do not."
POLICE SAID Cole told :hem
the money came from the group's
concerts in its current tour of the
United States.

ENDS TONIGHT
"Harrod Experiment"
R) at7&9p~m
STARTS
TOMORROW!

DIAL 668=6416
Shows Wed. at 1:15,
3:30, 6:45 & 9p.m.
Pass List & Bargain Day
Suspended

From out of the past
A Detroit fireman shows off a turn-of-the-century model during an exhibition in Tiger Stadium Sunday.
The occasion was the Slat annual Fireman's Field Day.
EXCESSIVE SURVEILLANCE CITED:
Rights panel attacks Mitchell

WASHINGTON (UPI) - Citi-
zen surveillance was so expand-
ed while John Mitchell was at-
torney general as to justify
fears about a 1984-type American
society, a government advisory
panel said yesterday.
The panel, in a report to the
Department of Health, Education
and Welfare (HEW) recommend-
ed extensive restraints on opera-
tion of computer data banks
containing information about in-
dividuals.
IT ALSO URGED curbs on
what it called a dangerous drift
toward use of Social Security
numbers as standard, universal
identifiers.
The group made several refer-
ences to the highly controlled
type of society depicted by novel-
ist George Orwell in his book
"1984." And in a statement
summarizing the report, HEW
also made mention of fears of
Orwelian-type surveillance of
citizens.
Citing Mitchell by name, the re-
port on "Records, Computers and
the Rights of Citizens" said his
major goals while in office -
from early 1969 to mid-1972 -
were to strengthen the law en-
forcement capability of the fed-

eral government and to increase
the powers of police and prosecu-
tors at all levels.
"TO THIS END he greatly ex-
panded federal surveillance of
citizens thought to be threats to
internal security, justifying his
action on the theory that t h e
executive has inherent and dis-
cretionary power to protect it-
self," the report said.
"He made aggressive use of
existing laws and sought a n d
obtained significant new legisla-
tion to arm police and prosecut-
ors with expanded authority to
monitor individual conduct in or-
der to prevent or punish poten-
tial crimes."
Activities cited "under Mitch-
ell's leadership" included such
things as greater federal wire-
tapping, preventive detention of
suspects, authority for police to
enter homes without warning
the so-called no-knock law, and
giving judges power to impose
greatly expanded sentences for
"dangerous special offenders."
"THE NEW criminal justice in-
formation network can be used
in conjunction with the vast gov-
ernment and private computer
dossiers being compiled by cre-

dit bureaus, insurance compan-
ies, welfare agencies, mental
health units and others.
"Cumulatively, these files thre-
aten an information tyranny that
could lock each citizen into his
past; they signal the end of a
uniquely American promise-that
the individual can shed past mis-
takes and entanglements and
start out anew.'
THt PLACt TO MEtT
INTERESTING PEOPLE
BACH CLUB
Thurs., Aug. 2-8 p.m.
3 BACH SONATAS
No. 2 in E Flat Major
No. 3 in A Major
No. 7inGMinor
performed by
JUDY KEMPH, flute
CHRIS KANTNER, flute
KEN VOLKERS, harpsichord
also a SHORT TALK by
RA.NDOLPH SMITH
"How Bach wrote the some
sonata twice, sort of"
730 TAPPAN
No Musiscal Knowledge Needed
Scotch Apple pie with ice cream
tseryone welcome-admission 50c

is a genuine masterpiece of
staggering proportions."
-Edward Behr,!Newsweek
j; ms tgo hL'Pads
was presented for the first time
October 14,1972; that date should
become a landmark in movie history.
A film that has made the strongest
Impression on me in almost twenty
years of reviewing."
-Pauline Kael, New Yorker
is not a 'dirty' movie. The film is stark,
sensitive and completely shattering
in its intensity. Yes, by all means, see
'Last Tango'."
-Aaron Schindler, Family Circle
is not prurient. Rather, it uses sex to
study human pain, failure, loneliness,
despair and at moments even love."
A-RATED -Ethel Whitehorn, PTA Magazine

-" " ,ti a-+-"smu1 " ".e's- s
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Tuesday, July 31 Co. If interested, whether you have
DAY CALENDAR previously applied to Vista, call Ste-
phea Schlesinger at 662-3172. OEOofa-
Audio-Visual Films: "Blue Collar Mie, 202SE. Washington, 4th Dose.
Trap," And. 3, MLB, 7 pm.
University Players: Williams' "Cat on CAMP MA-HI-YA, seeking: Student
a Ht Tin Roof," Power, 8 pm. for Cook's Ass't - short-order cooking
Career Planning & Placement or Rest. esp. pref. Cutknot requirtd.
3200 SAN, 764-t460 No cooking hut help cook with prepa-
VISTA in Ann Arbor: A new project rations. Imme . opening toe approx. 5
in Community Organization is being
developed which can use several Vista Mr. Cecil Mailinoff, Chelsea, Mi. 48118,
VolIsteers in Ann Arbor & Washtenaw 475-7673).
231 . State S. 5th HIT WEEK
WEDNESDAY IS BARGAIN DAY!
STATE BOND PROMPTLY AT
1 P.M.-3 P.M.-5 P.M 7 P.M.-9:05
ENDS WEDNESDAY! STARTS THURSDAY!
JAMES a urti
AND LETO
" {ilttRld 1'fF&1
A Psamou c leas
=Simea a

What on earth is a long-haired Latin
street kid doing with a tightly shorn
British Buddhist?. . . UAC-Daystar presents

Carlos
Santana

AND Mahavishnu
John McLaughlin

IN CONCER T
Friday, August 31st- 8 p.m. Crisler Arena
$5.00 ALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW:
Michigan Union 1 -5:30 daily-763-4553 for info
during box office hours only.
Also available at World Hdqtrs. Records and in Ypsi at Ned's Bookstore
Sorry, no personal checks
Don't wait too late if you wont to see this one

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