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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 24, 1985
Protesters believe

actions art
By NANCY DRISCOLL
While eating pizza and drinking
beer in an upstairs room at
Dominicks, about 30 people discussed
last night their reasons for demon-
strating at Congressman Carl Pur-
cell's (R-Second District) office.
The group was talkative, cheefrul,
and pleased with the resulting
arrests.
"I FEEL like I did something that
was in solidarity with the Nicaraguan
people," said Bill Gladstone, a
sophomore in the Residential College.
"We committed a criminal offense
today, but I don't think it's anything
compared to the criminal offenses
committed by the U.S. government in
El Salvador. I don't think trespassing
is anything compared to murder," he
said.
Peter Rosset, a Biology TA, who
lived in Nicaragua from 1982 to 1984
was among those arrested at
Congressman Purcell's office. "I'm
upset that I had to be arrested for
Purcell to hear what we're saying, but
given that he wouldn't listen other-
wise, then I'm glad I was arrested."
Don Coleman, a minister at Guild

?justified
House said that his recent visit to El
Salvador inspired him to protest.
"For me, it (the trespassing) was an
important act. I simply can no longer
stand by and watch our government
involved in the killing in El Salvador
after visiting the Church people
there."
"THE REASON we all got arrested
is to publicize the bombing of El
Salvador. Congressman Purcell con-
tinues to support the death and suf-
fering in that country," stated Chris
Faber, a senior in LSA.
Namita Sharma, a senior in Natural
Resources, chose to be a supporter
and was not arrested. "As you see
your friends being carried out and
dragged out by the Police, you really
begin to feel the effect and it brings a
tremendous amount of solidarity. The
people are making a drastic choice to
try and make an impression and bring
the issue to the attention of the public
and the media."
Although no specific actions are
planned by the group at Purcell's of-
fice, Dean Baker, an Economics TA
said, "We'll be back there again,
maybe not tomorrow, but we'll be,
back there.

Daily
photog
arrested
(Continued from Page 1)
police arrived at the scene.
THE POLICE arrested Habib even
after he showed an office his presg
credentials, Habib said.
"I was angry, at first, that I
couldn't reason with them," Habib
said, "they wouldn't listen to me."
Another photographer from the Ann
: Arbor news who was also covering
the sit-in did not get arrested.
"I wondered why they didn't arrest
the Ann Arbor News photographer. I
feel like they singled me out," Habib
Y 4said.
Daily Editor-In-Chief Neil Chase
said the police should not have;
arrested Habib.
"If the police can arrest a reporter,
or photographer, they can censor the'
news. And that's unconstitutional,":
Chase said.
Chase said the newspaper has not
decided whether it will pursue any-
legal action.
Daily Photos by DAN HABIB
,. ~ ;<:: ias as :r.a :' szv-

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Prof. among arrested

Following is a list of people believed
to have been arrested at yesterday's
protest at Rep. Carl Pursell's (R-
Second District) office.
The Pittsfield Township Police
could not confirm these names which
were provided by Guild House, a
campus ministry participating in the
sit-in.
Biology Prof. John Vandermeer;
Thea Lee, grad student; Mark
Weisbrot, grad student; Carey
Garlick, LSA senior; Tamera Smith,
LSA senior; Bill Gladstone, RC
sophomore; Dean Baker, grad
student; Peter Rosset, grad student;
Bob Krause, LSA senior; Mark Wein-
stein, RC senior; Sherri Moses, grad.
student; Julie Abbate, LSA
sophomore; David Issacson, LSA
senior; Tom Marx, grad student;
Michael Massey, grad student; Jody

McCann, senior; Barbara Kritt, grad
student; Gregory Fox, medical
student; Marian Milbauer, LSA
junior; David Vayo, Grad student;
David Andrews, grad student; Peter
Kupfer, grad student; Kristen Nelson,
grad student; Kathy Savoie, grad
student.
The list also includes Ann Arbor
residents; Jim Lewis; Don Coleman;
Marge Munger; David Buchen;
David Miklethun; Benita Kaimowitz;
Fred Chase; David Flack; Judy Wen-
zel; Jim Kirk; Dallas Burtraw; Gary
Rothberger; Julie Bayha; Gaia Kyle.
The list also includes these names:
Kimberly Culm; Paul Rantle; Lynn
Torke; Al Lozano; Laurie Russman;
Melissa MacKenzie; Karen Cooper;
Evan Goodstein; Sandy Kinghom;
Karen Klitz.

Photos, counterclockwise. Top, protester David Buchen is slammed awaits booking at Pittsfield Township Police Station. Bottom right,
against a police van and searched. Bottom left, an unidentified protester protesters await a ride home after being released last night.

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