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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, March 11, 1981-Page 3

-HAPPENINGS
FILMS
Alt. Action Films - A Separate Peace, 7 p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud.; To Kill a
Mockingbird, 9 p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud.
Cinema Guild - 19th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival, 7, 9, 11 p.m.,
Michigan Theatre (all different shows).
Max Kade German House - The'Blue Angel, 8 p.m., Conf. room. 603 Ox-
ford.
SPEAKERS
CHGD - Stanley Garn, "Factors Affecting Apgar Scores," noon, Vaughn
Bldg., 3rd floor Conf. Room.
Communication - Bag lunch, Lyle Denniston, "Why I'm a First Amen-
dment Absolutionist," noon, 2040F LSA.
CREES - Bag lunch, Christopher Osakwe, "Theories and Realities of
Human Rights Under Soviet Law," noon, Lane Hall Commons.
Linguistics - John Lawler, "Notes on Frame Semantics," noon, 3520
Frieze.
Physiology - Horace Davenport, "The Other Four Doctors," history of
medicine at Michigan and Johns Hopkins, noon, Med. Sci. II West Lee.
RPM-Jack Woodward, "Winter Navigation," noon, 1520 Dana.
CAAS - Jonathan Ngate, "Aspects of the African Landscape: The City
and the Village in the Novels of Chinua Achebe and Camara Laye," 12:10
p.m., SEB Whitney Aud.
Computing Ctr. - Pauline Nagara, "Introduction to OSIRIS IV Software
System (Pt. 2)," 1:30 p.m., 6050 ISR.
Computing Ctr. - John Sanguinetti, "Pascal (Pt. 2)," 3:30 p.m., 3082 Nat.
Sci.
Ind. and Operations Engin. - Robert Smith, "Determining Rare Event
Probabilities with Applications to Risk Assessment and the Evaluation of
Circumstantial Evidence,," 4 p.m., 229 W. Engin.
ME and AM - Donald Sweeney, "Laser Saturated Fluorescence for Com-
bustion Diagnostics," 4 p.m., 143 Chrysler Ctr.
Chemistry - Paul Thompson, "ENE Reactions Involving Singlet
aOxygen," 4pm., 1300 Chem.
Nuclear Engin. - Wei-Hsuin Yang, "System of Ordinary Differential
Equations with Discontinuous Functions," 4 p.m., Cooley Baer Room.
Presidential Lec. Series - Francis Haskell, "Reflections on the Downfall
of Pompey: History, Antiquarianiam and the Search for Personality," 4:10 .
p.m.; Aud; A Angell.
CAAS - Dorothy Porter, "Fifty Years of Collecting," 8 p.m., League Van-
denberg Room.
Hillel - Brunhild Kapustin Memorial Lec., Paul Mendes-Flohr, "Martin
Buber and the Arab Question," 8p.m., 1429 Hill.
LSA - Clyde Coombs, "Patterns of Preference, Conflict and Decision," 8
p.m., Rackham Amph.
Rudrananda Asjram - Swami Chetanananda, "Relationships: A Spiritual
Perspective," 8 p.m., Aud. A Angell.
Engin. - Suresh, "O.R. Applications in the Airline Industry," 4 p.m., 229
E. Engin.
Eingin. - Alfred Storey, Beverly Smith, "Using Discussion as a Teaching
Technique," 7p.m.
National Lawyers Guild - Robert Hilliard, "El Salvador: Another Viet-
nam?" 8 p.m., 132 Hutchins Hall.
Pilot Program - Tom Lobe, "Terrorism and Human Rights / El
Salvador," 8 p.m., Red Carpet Lounge, Alice Lloyd Hall.
MEETINGS

Satanist cult
implicated in

prostiu
FITCHBURG, Mass. (UPI) - A
prostitute testified yesterday that
alleged pimp and devil's cult leader
Carl Drew described to her during a
drug-clouded tryst some of the details
of the ritualistic murder of another
prostitute.
Drew, 25, is on trial for the murder of
Karen Marsden, 20, of Fall River, in
February 1980 and has been indicted in
the October 1979 killing of Doreen
Levesque, 19, of New Bedford.
DREW ALLEGEDLY headed a
satanist cult among prostitutes and
pimps in the Fall River area, according
to testimony in the Worcester Superior
Court trial now in its second week.
Both murdered prostitutes were
believed involved in the cult.
Marsdenwas beaten to death withea
rock before her throat was slit, her
body mutilated and her head torn from
her neck during a ritual in which her
soul was offered to Satan, according to
testimony.
LEA JOHNSON, 24, an admitted
prostitute and the last witness called
yesterday by prosecutor David Waxler,
. said she moved in with Drew shortly af-
ter moving to Fall River in the spring of
1980.
Johnson said Drew one night
described - while both were on drugs
how he cut off Marsden's finger at
the time of the murder to get a diamond
ring the victim was wearing.
"HE WANTED HER to feel pain,"
said Johnson. "He said it was done
because she wanted to leave the cult.
She wanted out. He didn't say much of
anything else except I remember he
told me the cops would never find her
body.
"Drew told me the cops were going to
come down on him for these murders.
Drew and I were high the night he told
me about it. We were in bed. We were
doing mescaline and THC."
Mescaline is a hallucinogenic
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derivative of the peyote mushroom;
THC - tetrahydrocannabinol - is the
active ingredient in marijuana.
Johnson testified that when she first
met Drew she thought he was a "nice
guy. I still think he's a nice guy."
Earlier yesterday, the state's star
witness, Robin Murphy, finished two
days' testimony saying she par-
ticipated in Marsden's murder while in
a trance-like state similar to the "out of
body" experiences she had a several
cult meetings led by Drew. She also
said she was present at Miss
Levesque's murder.

Ar rnoto
Burros bumped off
Three burros trot through the Naval Weapon Center's instrumented test
range in China Lake, California recently. The navy announced that mark-
smen killed 381 burros last weekend because the animals had chewed
equipment and rubbed against equipment.

V U,

HARVARD
this summer
The nation's oldest summer session today
blends tradition with cosmopolitan diversity,
offering a full range of open enrollment, day
and evening liberal arts courses and pre-
professional programs. The varied curriculum
includes courses appropriate for fulfilling
college degree requirements along with pro-
grams designed for career development and
professional advancement. The Summer
School's international student body has ac-
cess to the University's outstanding libraries,
museums, athletic facilities and calendar of
cultural activities, and may live in Harvard's
historic residences.
Liberal Arts and Education
Undergraduate and graduate courses in more
than 30 liberal arts fields, including intensive
foreign language programs. Specialized ex-
pository and creative writing training at all
levels. Four and eight-week graduate courses
in education.
Pre-Professional Offerings
Harvard Summer School offers all basic
courses necessary for pre-medical prepa-
ration. Of interest to pre-law students are
classes in government and economics. Busi-
ness courses include computer program- I
ming, financial accounting, statistics and a
business writing workshop.
Special Programs
Six-week Dance Center and Career Strat-
egies Workshop.
TSHarvard
Summer School
of Arts and Sciences and
of Education

Commission for Women - noon, 2549 LSA.
Rackham Christian Forum - noon, League Studio.
Sailing Team - 3 p.m., E. Quad 122 Tyler.
LSA Student Gov. - 6:15 p.m., 3909 Union.
U. Residence Hall Council -,9 p.m ., 3909 Union.
Rec. Sports-Recreative Slow Pitch Softball Leagues 7 p.m., 1250
Comm. Concerned with World Hunger, 8 p.m., Union Conf. Room 6.
Stilyagi Air Corps -8 p.m., Union Conf. Rooms.
PERFORMANCES

Academic Calendar
June 22-August 14, 1981
For further information
Return the coupon below or contact
Harvard Summer School, Department 34
20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.
Telephone: (617) 495-2921
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Please send Harvard Summer School
catalogue and application for:
Q Arts & Sciences and Education
Q English as a Foreign Language
Q Secondary School Student Program
Q Dance Center
' Name=__
Address
City State Zip
Return to:
Harvard Summer School
1 Department 34
20 Garden Street'
Cambridge, MA 02138

CCRB

PTP/Theatre, Drama-"All the Way Home," 8 p.m., Frieze Trueblood
Theater.
U. Musical Society - Alvin Alley Dancers, 8 p.m., Power Center.,
UAC-Laugh Track, 9 p.m., Union U. Club.
MISCELLANEOUS
WCBN - People, Places, and Issues, Zeev Schiff, Israeli newspaper
military reporter interviewed, call-in follows, 6 p.m., 88.3 FM.
Center for Western European, Studies - Panel discussion by 7 Detroit-
based European consuls on Michigan's international business opportunities,
2 p.m., Regents Room.
CEW - Counseling Group, "Overcoming Procrastination," 2 p.m., 328
Thompson.
Karma Thegsum Choling - Meditation, 7 p.m., 734 Fountain.
Charma Study Group - Open House, intro talk on Buddhism, Meditation,
7:30 p.m., 201 S. Main Rm. 511.
Rudrananda Ashram - Hatha Yoga Class, level 2,7:30 p.m ., 640 Oxford.
Int. Folk Dance Club - Adv. teaching, dancing, 8 p.m., Bell Pool Mezz.
Rec. Sports - Clinic, "Dance for Fitness," 7:30 p.m., 1200 CCRB.
Rec. Sports - IM Volleyball Officials Clinic, 7:30 p.m., IMSB.
Rec. Sports - IM Foul Shooting Meet, 6 p.m., IMSB.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of;
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI., 48109.
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General Elections for the Michigan Student Assembly (MSA) will be
held April 7andt, 1981.
Students will elect the following officers: President, MSA
Executive Vice President, MSA
And Representatives from the following schools and colleges:
school or college No. representatives
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