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July 12, 1978 - Image 9

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Michigan Daily, 1978-07-12

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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July"I2, 1978-Page 9

ash es
licemen was most dense. The
ally attired, t-shirted assemblage'
d around, waiting for the impen-
Nazi arrival.
e crowd swelled, the assembled
lators grew more vocal and-
ersus arguments and fisticuffs
e out between anti-Nazi forces and
tuette Park residents. Most of the
sated 5,000 spectators came from
surrounding area, intent on
tecting our park" from the en-
chment of outsiders, particularly
So area residents vehemently
red back and forth at each other,
ing over the Nazi right to march.
e they get the blacks and the Jews,
re going to come after you," said a
gish man sporting a Marquette
Memorial Day Run t-shirt.
're gonna get your ass next. These
ering butchers have no right to F h
h," he said gesticulating angrily at
lder World War II veteran, who
ered that he just didn't want FRANK COLLIN, NAZI leader his speech at Marquette Park.
gers in this neighborhood."
See CROWD, Page 10

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