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Stanford fears return of killer
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Stan-
ford University police carried photos
of an unremorseful Theodore
Streleski yesterday and vowed to
arrest him if he returns to campus
where he killed a professor with a
hammer seven years ago.
Streleski, free but unrepentant after
serving seven years for second degree
murder, acknowledged in an inter-
view yesterday he's been warned he
faces arrest for trespassing if he
shows up on the private campus.
"I HAVE said I will heed that war-
ning." Streleski said on NBC's Today
show. "If I change my mind I will give
prior public notice."
But such declarations do not allay
the concerns of those in Stanford's
mathematics department, many of
whom remember Professor Karel
Streleski killed the professor in his
office on August 18, 1978, by smashing
his head with a two-pound hammer.
STRELESKI, who spent 19 years
pursuing a doctorate at Stanford,
later said the killing was a protest
over the school's treatment of
"There's an apprehension and a
concern," said Stanford Police Chief
Marvin Herrington. "Everybody kind
of shares the same feeling. They don't
know what this guy's likely to do."
Streleski gained notoriety for his
refusal to express remorse over
deLeeuw's slaying and his decision to
turn down parole three times so he
wouldn't have to be restricted from
living in the San Francisco Bay area
or be forced to see a psychiatrist.
"I FEEL regret but not remorse,''
Streleski, 39, reaffirmed yesterday.
While the bearded electrical engineer
said he has no intentions of killing
again, he added, "Neither I nor
anyone else can predict the future."
On Friday, members of Stanford's
math department met with university
police to discuss what measures can
be taken to ensure their safety,
"We intend to have a police presen-
ce in the vicinity of that math depar-
tment....for as long as we feel ap-j
propriate,"' Herrington said.
Photographs of Streleski, including an
old one without a beard, have been
given to each of the 60 members of his
All the attention Streleski has
received since his release Sunday
does not please deLeeuw's widow,
She told the Peninsula Times
Tribune in Palo Alto that coverage of
Streleski is "an insult to my family
and gives him notoriety that is not
Although she says she doesn't fear
for her life, Mrs. deLeeuw said she is
upset because the publicity "makes
him a celebrity for killing my
husband...I expect him to be endor-
sing orange juice on TV next."
Joe Radding (Count Sir Eliahu ben Itzhak) of the Society
shirt in preparation for battle Sunday on the Diag.
Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE
for Creative Anachorism puts on his chain-woven
Titanic discoverers welcomed home.
Youth gangs riot in.
BIRMINGHAM, England (UPI) - The crowd of more than 100 rioters
Gangs of youths went on a rampage in set fire to cars and shops, then erected
a rundown area of Birmingham last barricades to prevent firefighting
night, pelting police and firefighters equipment from entering the area.
with bricks, bottles and firebombs in There were unconfirmed reports of
the worst urban rioting in Britain in looting..
three years. Birmingham, 80 miles northwest of
At least 15. police officers and one London, has one of the highest youth
firefighter were injured. Two bus unemployment rates in Britain.
pasregtersalswere urt whenus The rioting was the worst urban
passengers also were hurt when a unrest in Britain since July 1982, when
mob attacked it with rocks, youths rampaged through the Toxteth
authorities said. section of Liverpool for three nights.
In the summer of 1981, rioting erup-
ted in the predominantly black Brix-
ton section of London and spread to
other cities. A total of 518 police of-
ficers were injured and 1,719 people
were arrested during 10 days of
The rioting apparently began in the
inner city Handsworth neighborhood,
a predominantly black and Asian
area, after a gang of youths attacked
a police officer.
WOODS HOLE, Mass. (UPI) - The
ship that found and photographed the
wreck of the Titanic was welcomed
back home yesterday by cheering
scientists and spectators who threw
confetti, shot off cannons and hoisted
balloons into the air.
The Navy research ship Knorr
returned to the Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution with
dramatic still pictures and video
footage of the fabled luxury liner.
"THE TITANIC lies now in 13,000
feet of water on a gently sloping
alpine-like countryside overlooking a
small canyon," said Dr. Robert
Ballard, who led the expedition along
with Frenchman Jean-Louis Michel.
"This is a quiet and peaceful place
and a fitting place for the remains of
this greatest of sea tragedies to rest,"
he said. "Forever may it remainthat
way and may God bless those now-
A 50-foot long banner with
"Congratulations" written in huge,
red letters and French and American
flags on the edges greeted the ship as
it approached the dock.
INSTITUTE staff fired a small can-
non in greetings and scientists and
family members jumped aboad with
champagns and confetti.
The 245-fot Knorr first spotted the
sunken Titanic nine days ago. 2
miles below the ocean's surface off
the coast of Newfoundland. More than
1,500 passengers perished when an
iceberg slashed a 300-foot hole in the
"unsinkable" superliner's double-
walled hull during its maiden voyage
in April, 1912.
Scientists aboard the Knorr used an
experimental device towed along the
ocean bottom to take underwater still
and movie pictures of the ocean liner.
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INTERESTING Part Time Job, evenings and
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Ph.D. STUDENT (Finance) to write report on
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PLANETARIUM JOBS: University's Planetar-
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ground, minimum two mornings 9-1 open. AppI:
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central campus. For information, call 663-8392.
RIDE NEEDED to Traverse City any weekend.
Share expenses, driving. Dick 662-0507. 85K0916
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN -.Special $5 off
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WANTED: Two senior season football tickets. 663-
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CONGENIAL counter help wanted. Shifts Mon.-
Fri., 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Apply in person at The Coffee
Break, 1327 S. Univ. 38H0911
LOCAL RESTAURANT has opening for part time
cashiers. Must write Chinese. 981-2854. H0918
ATTENTION: Co-op managers wanted Part or
Full time. Earn between $10-$15/hr. We train. 665-
PROGRAMMER/SCORER, 20-25 hours week. Im-
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Office clerk, custodian. 995-3276.
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STUDENT FOOD SERVICE JOBS
AVAILABLE. FLEXIBLE HOURS
$3.90 to $4.40 PER HOUR
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Phone or stop by the Food Service office at:
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