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Thursday, August 9, 1973

Guru catches pie in his face, but A T
" ty' p~vFea
makes an apology for his attacker ,6
feel go
DETROIT (UPI) - A bearded "I always wanted to throw a Also, "I can't be part of sup- TheDhoososCa m scuob -Shol
young man pulled a shaving pie in God's face," he said. porting a fake," Eberhard said.M AL
cream pie out of a bouquet of "God represents the ultimate in He was the only person vot-
roses and slapped it into Gurn authority and I represent the ul- ing against the testimonial reso- A
Maharaj Ji's face, then said, "I timate in disrespect for author- lution - the first time in recent PLM 30Ask"U
always wanted to throw a pie in ity." council history that anyone did
God's face.'. The guru, Halley said, "was not support such a resolution.
The 15-year-old Indian guru radiating dollar signs of peace The guru is on a tour of the n
was appearing before the Detroit and love." United States, and was making
Common Council at the time of Maharaj Ji said, "I just want a stop before a formal speaking
the incident Tuesday. The coun- to apologize to that person who engagement Saturday in De-
cil was considering a special tes- did that to me. I do not want him troit. He said he has the key to A P wnoun Rease
timonial resolution for him arrested or hurt. If some- a reater sniritual unity. and the

Open 12:45
ws at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 P.M.
oture 15 minutes later
ad all over"
lit, NBC-TV

The shaving cream dripped
down the guru's broad face and
onto the front of his suit. "This
was probably nothing like the
nails through Jesus Christ;" he
The pie thrower identified him-
self as Pat Halley, 22, a reporter
for the anti-establishment De-
troit newspaper Fifth Estate.
"The Guru is just a slick busi-
nessman," Halley said.

one doesn't understand some-
thing, he cannot be responsible
for what he does."
Halley escaped from the grasp
of guards.
Councilman David Eberhard, a
Lutheran minister, objected to
the resolution, which honored the
guru for working toward peace,
love and unity. His own religion,
Eberhard said, made the situa-
tion a conflict of interest.

56 Course of Our Times--History,
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Circus!
7 Michigan Outdoors
v9 Movie-Adventure BW
"Tarzan's New York Adven-
ture." (1942)
11 Parent Game
r 13 Truth or Consequences
*oi h00 Rifleman-Western BW
30 People
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News 56 Inner-City Freeway
9 Courtship of Eddie's Father 8:00 2 11 The Waltons-Drama
20 Stagecoach West BW 4 13 Helen Reddy-Variety
24 ABC News--Smith/Reasoner 7 24 Mod Squad
50 Flintstones 20 Wrestling
56 Lilias, Yoga and You 56 Playhouse New York Biography
"My Mother's ilouse,,
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd 50 Dratnet
4 13 NBC News-Joke Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith Reasoner 8:30 50 Merv Griffin
9 I Dream of Jeannie-Comedy 9:00 2 Movie--ComedyBW
24 Dick Van Dyke-Comedy BW "Pardners." (1956)
50 Gilligan's Island 4 13 Ironside
56 Making Things Grow 7 24 How To Stay Alive
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences 9 News-Don Daly
4 News 11 Movie-Drama
7 1 To Tell The Truth "Blow-Up" is repeated
9 Beverly Hillbillies 20 Lee Trevino's Golf for
13 What's My Line? Swingers-R
20 Nanny and the Professor- 9:30 9 Canada Summer Games
Comedy 20 Seven Hundred Club
24 Bowling for Dollars 56 Ask the Lawyers
30 Taking Better Pictures 1
50 1 Lore Lacy-Comedy BW 10:00 4 13 Musie Country
7 24 ABC News Special
"Report on Watergate"
THE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi- 9 MS!-Interview
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56 Masterpiece Theatre
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