100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 09, 1970 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1970-06-09
Note:
This is a tabloid page

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

-I& 9kI

IV

4

r4

4

I

4

Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 9, 1970

Tuesday, June 9, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

College riots awaken sleepy' Isla

Vista
is ta

1

I
I

Daily Classifieds

I!

USED CARS

62 FALCON-Runs
1922 eves,

well. $75. Call

761-
N27

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. UP)
Isla Vista. sitting on a bluff
overlooking the Pacific, and
flanked by beaches, seems an
unlikely site for college riots, a
bank burning and a killing.
But all have occurred in the
last six months in this low-in-
come area which is the setting
of the tree-studded University
of California at Santa Barbara.
The latest disruptions occur-
red o v e r the weekend when
young people attacked a bank
for four straight nights, break-
ing windows, knocking out street
lights with stones and trying to
set the building afire.
Despite the curfew clamped
on the student community of
Isla Vista, a crowd of several
hundred waged war on the lo-
cal branch of the Bank of
America, target of disturbanc-
es extending back to February.
Sheriff's officers, arriving in

several trucks, chased the dem-
onstrators off and put out small
fires started on the roof and in
the foyer.
But the riot garbed police re-
main in the area as do the an-
gry protesters who say their tar-
get is "the Establishment,"
which they hold responsible for
policies they dislike, foremost
being the U.S. stance in Indo-
china.
And the once sleepy, surfside
community is bracing- itself
should still more trouble erupt.
About 9,000 of Isla Vista's
13,000 residents are university
students living in cheaply furn-
ished stucco apartment houses.
Most of t h em are sons and
daughters of middle - c 1 a s s
Americans. Some of the stu-
dents who live in Isla Vista call
it a "student Watts," a drug
jungle, an incubator f o r vio-
lence.

"You can come into Isla Vis-
ta as a conservative straight
type," says one resident. "But
you'll leave as a radical."
University Vice Chancellor
Ray Varley ticks them off:
-Feelings of frustration, an-
ger and hopeless about the "ex-
ternal situation" - the Viet-
nam war, the draft, the mili-
tary-industrial complex.
-A growing drug problem -
not only marijuana but hard
narcotics like heroin.
-A strained relationship be-
tween students and landlords.
Rents are high - sometimes as
much as. $300 a month for a
two-bedroom apartment, in
some cases home for h a 1 f a
dozen students - and students
say most landlords are reluc-
tant to provide repairs or ser-
vices.
-Many youths say they are
"hassled" by police. They say
officers are unnecessarily rough
in arrests and are only inter-
ested in making narcotics ar-
rests, ignoring burglaries a n d
other crimes.
-The identity crisis among
young people. "Thousands of
youths in Isla Vista are trying
to find out w h a t life is all
about," Varley says. "They are
drifting and are easily swayed."
By no means all are radical-
ized. The major goal of most is
simply an education. Nonethe-
The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
aged by students at the University of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor. Mich-
,gan, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
day through Sunday morning Univer-
saiy year. Subscription rates: $10 by
carrier, $10 by mail.
Summer Session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates: $5. by carrier, $5 by mail.

less, almost any young person
who is asked about the area's
problems has a complaint of
one kind or another, even if it's
only about high rents or "over-
policing."
Those feelings of anger and
bewilderment came to a head
last February after the firing of
a popular professor. Students
attacked the Bank of America
branch at Isla Vista, burning it
to the ground.
During another confrontation
in A p r i 1, a student onlooker,
Kevin Moran, 22, was shot and
killed when a policeman's gun
accidentally fired.
Why is the bank a target?
"It represents the system -
the system which is oppressing
all of us," one arsonist told a
newsman after the bank was
burned.
With the aid of Varley and

other members of the Isla Vista
community, t h e r e is a solid
move afoot to solve some of the
problems.
A community council has been
formed of students, realtors and
university staff. Many hope the
council will be a forerunner of
local government.
University officials are seek-
ing to open communications,
with the residents and are ex-
perimenting w i t h expanding
their counseling, health center
and job placement services in-
to the community.
There also are community
sponsored drug information pro-
grams and free referrals to out-
side clinics for users.
"People are finally listening
to us. I think we're on our way
to tamping I s 1 a Vista fires,"
said Community Council mem-
ber Richard Duprey, 29.

(Continued from Page 5)
LOST AND FOUND
LOST -" Silver rim prescription sun-
glasses w/grey lenses, about 3 weeks
ago. Please call 663-3153. 48A26
FOUND-All-white female cat on Oak-
land. Cali 761-0232. DA24
LOST - Young male cat, white and
gray, very affectionate. Please call
Peter, 769-0673. 47A24
USED CARS
1969 MGB-Excellent condition. 11,0001
miles. Call Jim Beck, 761-1907. 35N291

'67 OLDS 442-New engine,
tirely rebuilt. Excellent
769-4289.
PERSONAL

almost en-
condition.
NDd

PERSONAL
GIRLS:
A Summer Law Club Dating Service
will professionally match you up
exclusively with law students at no
cost.
Send the following information
which must include name, address,
phone number, height, and interests;
which may include a picture, age,
year in school, and anything else. All
information will remain confidential.
Mail to Law Club Social Committee,
c/o Lawyer's Club, 551 S. State Street.
33F32

Student Book Service will now be open
EVENINGS from 7:00 to 10:30 and
we promise not to replace the burn-
ed out bulb in the Romance langu-
gaes room. 32F33
AS A PSYCH 171 experiments, SBS
will now be open EVENINGS only-
7:00 to 10:30. (2 hrs. credit). 34F33
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-
there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University. 663-7151. F
STUDENT Book Service (oink) will
now open only EVENINGS (oink)
from 7:00 to 10:30 (oink). 36F33

PERSONAL
CHERYL-Would you believe it-Ian
g ot a haircut. DF24F
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
REALLY DIG those groovy bean-bag
love seats for $140--I can make you
one-identical-for half the price. Call
Salay at 764-2552. 8-5 p.m., 761-1036
eves, and weekends. 3124
ONCE AGAIN! Light or heavy house-
keeping: rates depend on what you
have me do. 764-7622. DFtc
PAINTING - Student desires painting
jobs, inside and outside. Four years
experience. Call 662-4736. FD
FLUTE PLAYER needed to play at out-
side wedding June 27. Call Michael,
769-3065 persistently. 20F24

EXPERIENCED Figure model
work. Call Cheri, 761-1003.

needs
35F28

IF YOU KNOW of a female who applied
and was refused admission to the
Univ. as a freshman call 665-4203.
Confidentiality assured. F27
For FATHER'S DAY, give Dad a
mounted photo of YOU taken by aE
working professional. Call ' Richard
Lee, 761-9452 before noon. DF31r

Jackson State students
ask indictment of police

WASHINGTON (/)--A group of
Jackson State College students
asked yesterday for punishment of
those responsible for killings on
their campus last month but said
strong voting-rights legislation is
the best way to check the slaying
of blacks by whites.
"The only power we have against
the bullet is the ballot," said
Warner Buxton, president of the
Student Government Association
at the predominantly black college
in Jackson Miss.
Buxton said at a news confer-
ence the killing of a college stu-
dent and a high school youth out-
side a girl's dormitory was un-
provoked and called for indictment
of Mississippi state patrolmen in-
volved.
Buxton and other students said
a sniper had been definitely ruled
WELCOME
STUDENTS!
Let us stvle your hair to fit
your personality .-..
* 8 BARBERS, no waiting
* OPEN 6 DAYS
The Dascola Barbers
Arborland-Campus
Maple Village.

out by all investigative groups,
despite Gov. John Bell Williams'
claims to the contrary.
Dr. Aaron Henry, president of
the Mississippi Conference of
NAACP branches, said "There is
a strange analogy between Kent
State and Jackson State. After the
Kent State slayings 478 colleges
closed down in sympathy. I'm sor-
ry to say only three closed as a
result of the Jackson State kill-
ings."
Four white students were killed
at Kent State in Ohio in a clash
between students and National
Guardsmen.

NGC "THEATRE CORPORATION M-Thur. 8:15 only
NOW A NATIONAL GENERAL COMPANY Fri.6:30, 10:00
t mi nOH at. 1:30, 5:30,
SHFORjr GV L'nrE Sn 1:00, 4:30.
SH OWING F W ILLUUGE
375 No. MAPLE RD.-7694300 8:15
a wadleigh-maurice, litd. production
technicolor® from warner bros.
PASS LIST SUSPENDED

"WITHOUT A STITCH"-ENDS TONIGHT

Eves
6:25, 9:05

cET M~

Matinees
1:00, 3:40

'Ad

&L

k.

"'AI R PORT' is a great film all the way!"
-- Chicago Daily Newt
A ROSS HUNTER Production
r'R pC 1 "
BURT LANCASTER -DEAN MARTIN
JEAN SEBERG - JACQUELINE BISSET - GEORGE KENNEDY
HELEN HAYES - VAN HEFLIN -MAUREEN STAPLETON
BARRY NELSON -"LLOYD NOLAN *"1URT"
DANA WYNTER -"BARBARA HALE .::- ,
Mon.-Thurs. Fri.-Sat. All Day
Eves. ' Eves. ~Sunday
$2.25$2.50$2.25
Matinees Monday thru Saturday $1.75

"SOME OF THE MOST EXPLICIT SEX
SCENES ALLOWED TO BE SHOWN
PUBLICLY." -Newark News
"'WITHOUT A STITCH'
IS A DANISH
SEX-EDUCATION FILM
IWHICHBARS
NO HOLDS !"
ANNE 6RTE (pronewwea'~d~r"1
IColorbyDeLUX9

L

I

213 S. ST A TE STI
U. of M. Payroll Cho
cashed here
OPEN TIL 6- Mn. T
N O GA ME S
N O GIM MIC K S
COUPON COUPON COUPON COUPON
16 ox. 10 oz. Zoz. Quart
reg. $2.00
LIQUID UTRYLON
LIQIDNOXEMA Liquiflim
FOAMING
P RELL SI RA
SKIN CREAM CONTACT LENS BATH OIL
SHAMPOO reg. $1.39 WETTING SOLUTION
$44 94 99C 6C
LIMIT 1-Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 1--Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 1-Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 1- Expires 6-22-70
COUPON COUPON COUPON COUPON
Reg. $1.39
20 oz. 2.5 oz. 10 oz. 3.25 oz.
LISTERINE PRISTEEN LISTERINE JERGEN'S
MOUTH WASH FEMININE HYGIENE TOOTH PASTE HAND SOAP
Deodorant 3f r23 c
88cr
LIMIT 1-Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 1-Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 1-Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 6-Expires 6-22-70
SPECIAL COUPON COUPON COUPON
Gillette KODAK 126
CIGARETTES Techmatic Color Film BIC
Razor Band Blades 20 EXPOSURES PENS
3 ks far 9 V 11111CIII 1 38
CARTONS
Reg's. $3.23 Reg. $1.00 Reg. $1.95
100s $3.33 LIMIT 1-Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 1-Expires 6-22-70 LIMIT 3-Expires 6-22-70
RECORD SPECIAL RECORD SPECIAL RECORD SPECIAL RECORD SPECIAL
Reg. $4.67 NEW NEW NEW
Reg. $11.95
McCARTNEY WOODSTOCK
$343-x $99
LIMIT I1-Expires 622-70' LIMIT 1' Expires 6-22-70

c nll. i _
DIAL 8-6416
ENDS WEDNESDAY

I

1970
siume4ONCi!RI
S[RIES

Persons under 18 not admitted. RATED
(ENDS TONIGHT-7:15 and 9:00)

"q"

.

oFIFPTH F'orum
FIFTH AVffNUU AT L3@'RTY
DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR
INFORM~ATION 761-8700r

STARTS WEDNESDAY-6:50, 8:10, 9:30

"SMASH HIT!"-NEwSWEEK
"Meyer's unabashedly...luscious... best!"
Kevin Thomas-LA. TIMES
"A fun drama
about a
swinging lady!"
Judith Crist-N.Y. MAGAZINE
S"Meyer's best...a
S merciless put on.
Erica Gavin...
r electrifying!"
_Roger Ebert -
SUN-TIMES
RUSS MEYER'S
UNNER 18

Thursday-
"Scratch Harry"
and
"Bedazzled"

TICKETS ON SALE BEGINNING JUNE 8
(Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 to 4:30; Soat., 9 to 12 A.M.) Phone 6653717

r .,~
. - }

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan