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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, March 7, 1982-Page 5
Fire officials crash Statehouse concert

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that a concert was scheduled for the
same night when he made the inspec-
tion.
According to Tendler, Larson "didn't
say anything about canceling the show,
just about giving a"citation, so, given
the finanacial and promotional con-
siderations, I figured I'd just take the
ticket."
Larson told him to request an official
building inspection and, according to
Tendler, "We tried to get an inspector
to come over, but they claimed they
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were too busy."
TENDLER SAID he was surprised
when Larson announced at about 10:30
p.m. that the audience would have to
leave the club as quickly as possible. "I
couldn't believe they would take the
risk of inciting a riot," he said. "All it
would have took was for a kid to throw a
bottle at a cop and that would have been
it."
No injuries were reported during the
disturbance.
The students in the crowd, many
sporting shaved heads and dyed hair,
lingered outside the Statehouse for
more than a half an hour after it was
closed, chanting anti-police slogans and
bemoaning the cancelation.
"THIS IS THE first rock-and-roll
band in town for two months and we
can't even get in," lamented one
University student who asked not to be
identified.

At one point, the crowd sang "You
are My Sunshine" to protest the police
requests that they leave.
The Gun Club, headliner of the con-
cert, arrived at about 11 p.m., only to
find the performance canceled. "This
happens all the time in L.A. but I didn't
expect it here," commented bass
player Rob Ritter. "Cops suck
everywhere," he said. "I'm glad to see
the youth element - young listeners
with young promoters," said guitarist
Rick Ward. "But it's unfortunate that
they (promoters) don't get their licen-
ses. They don't take a very realistic at-
titude."
THE GROUP, whose first album,
Fire of Love, received considerable
critical acclaim, still has two weeks to
go on a nationwide tour. The New York
Rocker magazine recently featured the
band in a cover story, and the Gun

Club's brand of punk blues was also
favorably reviewed by the New Musical
Express.
Would-be concert-goers were told by
police Friday that they would not
receive refunds on their tickets.
Yesterday Tendler said refunds are
available to people with proof of pur-
chase at Make Waves record store on
South State Street.
Police issued citations to Tendler and
house technician Doug Anderson for
"operating a place of public assembly
without a permit." Court hearings are
scheduled for March 19.

Doily Photo by KIM HILL
Feature attraction
Art student Denise Oker, helped by two University art professors, hangs a
painting in President Harold Shapiro's office reception area. The painting is
part of a show of the works of University art students. The works were the
winners of a juried show open to all art students, and may be viewed in the
president's office on the second floor of the Administration Building.
Byrd seeks congressional
veto power over Salvador

(Continued from Page 1)
HAIG AND Foreign Minister Jorge
Castaneda conferred for two hours on"
the plan put forward Feb. 21 by
Mexican President Jose Lopez Portillo.
Castaneda, who said the Mexicans
suggested the meeting with Haig, also
described the conference as useful.
"President Reagan's intention is to
explore every avenue that could lead to
a successful and appropriate peaceful
iresolution to the situation in Central
America ... and that includes exploring
the Mexican initiative in depth," Haig
told a news conference after the talks.
Haig appeared not to rule out the

possibility of talks with the leftist,
leaders of Cuba and Nicaragua, which
the Mexicans are advocating.
"The way and how communications
will be conducted are matters which are
best left without a lot of public hoopla,"
he said.
The three-part Mexican peace
proposal calls for a negotiated set-
tlement of the Salvadoran guerrilla
war, a nonaggression pact between the
United States and Nicaragua, and talks
between the United States and Cuba to
ease tensions.
Lopez Portillo offered to serve as a
mediator to help resolve the conflicts.

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