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THE MICHIGAN DAI'LY

Friday, August _12, 1977

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, August 12, 1977

HELD OVER-
2nd FUN WEEK.
TONIGHT AT7 00 & 9 00
OPEN 6:45
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Police nab 'Son of Sam
suspect, manhunt ends

(Continued from Page 1)
Bulldog revolver that was used
in all six slayings and in the
wounding of seven other per-
sons.
"Are you David Berkowitz,"
asked Judge Brown.
"Yes," replied the defendant
softly, a smile ever present dur-
ing v a r i o u s appearances
throughout the day. He was
clad in worn jeans, brown
suede shoes, a light blue and
white, short-sleeved shirt. His
dark hair was unruly, but not
unduly long, his eyes clear and
blue, his skin smooth.
BROWN ORDERED Berko-
witz remanded to Brooklyn's
Kings County Hospital where
psychiatrists will determine
whether Berkowitz is mentally
capable of pleading to the
charges and standing trial. A
report was expected within 30
days.
"i think the accused is en-
titled to a defense," said Philip
Petz, one of two lawyers who
represented the defendant af-
ter the bail hearing ended. "We
all have an obligation to pro-
tect his precious rights."
But 100 to200 persons on the
side-walk outside the court
house disagreed, shouting in
unison, "Kill! Kill! Kill the bas-
tard!"
ALSO IN disagreement was
bartender, John Diel, who es-
caped injury Jan. 30 when his
girl friend, Christine Freund,
26, became Son of Sam's sec-
ond fatality.
Diel declared, "What use
does he have for society? They
should just let him loose, and
let other people take care of
him. He has no place on the
earth."

And Moskowitz's father, Jer- his ready adoption of the Son
ry, said bitterly: "If they left of Sam label, which Codd said
me alone with him, I'd look at . was first used by investigators
him and say, 'Why?' Then I'd in an open letter to the .44 cali-
probably start swinging. I don't bet killer.
swing easily, but I'm a team- Te defendant was quoted as
ster and I'd wipe the floor with describing Sam at one point
the guy." as a 6,000-year-old voice that
ACCORDING TO police, Ber- communicated with him through
kowitz told a confused story of a dog and ordered him to kill.
U'staff gears up for
annual Fallon-&slaught
(Continued from Page 3)
with student concern for pressing national and local issues,
According to Johnson, the administration is anticipating great
student concern for the issues of University inyestments, particu-
larly in South Africa, and nuclear energy use. Other top priority
items include housing and health maintenance costs.
JOHNSON, TOO, IS LOOKING FORWARD to the return of
University students. "It's kind of lonely around here," he la-
ments. "Although some are beginning to. dribble back now and
it's great seeing them.'
Most University officials think they have their hands full
preparing for a mere 40,000 returning students. Perhaps they
should consider the lot of Assistant Athletic Director Charles
Harris who is responsible for sprucing up Michigan Stadium for
the 101,000-plus football fans who will invade this Fall.
Harris says workmen at the stadium have spent the sum-
mer resurfacing 10 of the 44 concrete seating areas. In addi-
tion, Harris says restroom facilities have been refinished and
remodeled and a parking area adjacent to Crisler Arena has
been paved.
Over at University Cellar assistant manager Bruce Wilson
is making plans for the annual event known as 'book rush.'
Wilson and his staff have been querying faculty all summer
as to what books they will be using, and of course, ordering
the books. Later this month Cellar personnel will haul their
stock of books and students supplies into the union ballroom
and begin training an extra 200 employes.

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