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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 24, 1985
Rally demands right
to in-home education

CIA protesters claim
brutality by police

LANSING (UPI) - About 500
people demanding the right to educate
their children in their own homes
gathered yesterday at the Capitol for
a rally tinged with religious and
patriotic overtones.
The Educational Freedom Rally
focused on the issue of home
education, but included supporters of
private and parochial schools as well
"THIS IS not just a home school
event. This is an educational freedom
event," Dennis Smith of the Infor-
mation Network for Christian Homes
told the crowd.
A number of conservative state
lawmakers addressed the gathering,
which also heard a performance by a
flag-waving group calling itself the
"Freedom Singers."
Estimates of the crowd size ranged

from 200 to 2,000.
DURING A news conference before
the rally, Rep. Timothy Halberg, (R-
Tipton) said he believes there are
about 4,000 "homes schoolers" in
Michigan. Many are members of
groups, but "a lot are in the closet"
because they fear harassment or
prosecution, he said.
Smith said the legal status of home
schools is "in limbo" at present. A
case involving Saginaw-area Baptist
schools is considered pivotal.
"Every time a family goes into
court the judge ends up making the
law," Smith said.
Walberg also said the home
education movement faces hostile
political pressure from teachers'
unions.

Skateboarding on upswing

(Continued from Page 1)
doors were closed, the chants could be
heard but not enough to disturb the
recruiters. But when the doors were
opened, the noise interfered with the
rights of other students to be inter-
viewed, she said.
While yesterday's protest, like
Tuesday's, was aimed at the CIA
recruiters, it also attacked University
administrators and Ann Arbor police.
The protesters charged that there
were at least two cases of police
brutality in Tuesday's arrests.
Speaking before about 60 demon-
strators in front of the SAB early
yesterday morning, D'ave Buchen, an
Ann Arbor resident, said that police
dragged him into the career planning
office Tuesday by the hair. He also
said that he was thrown to the floor
and kneed in the head while having his
hands handcuffed behind his back.
JODIE Mc'CANN, an LSA junior,
added that she was hit in the face by a
police officer as police pushed back
protesters who were trying to get into
the office.
William Hoover, assistant chief of
the Ann Arbor police, denied the
charges, saying that he wasn't
"aware of any brutality."
But Ann Arbor police Capt. Kenneth
Klinge said he'll interview protesters
today and tomorrow about the
brutality charges.
BUCHEN SAID he will probably file
a brutality suit against the police, and
Molly Reno, a lawyer for the
American Civil Liberties Union, said
she would look into the charges.
The Michigan Student Assembly
condemned the alleged brutality
against the protesters at its Tuesday
night meeting and demanded an ex-
planation from the University. The
assembly neither condoned nor con-
demned the protests, according to
MSA President Paul Josephson.
May said Tuesday that she expected
"business as usual" yesterday, but
she said yesterday that the protests
forced her to restrict the office except
to those students who had appoin-

tments for interviews or counseling.
DURING THE protest, only studen-
ts who had scheduled interviews were
allowed into the office. Josephson said
he met with University officials aftel
the arrests to urge them to allow other
students to use the office.
Officials agreed to let other studen-
ts into the office in the afternoon, but
many complained earlier. in the day
that their rights had been violated.'
Some blamed the protesters, as did
one student who replied "You're in-
conveniencing me," when protesters
told her to write to May about the
closing of the office.
OTHERS, SUCH as Tammy Mont
teith, an LSA senior, said she felt the
demonstrators had a right to protest
and didn't understand why other
students weren't allowed into the Of-
fice.
The protesters, meanwhile, were
forced to sit on the steps between the
second and third floors of the SAB.
But when the office was opened, cn-
pus security guards allowed them to
sit outside the office's main entrance.
While on Tuesday, protesters an
police engaged in a shoving match in
the office's entrance, yesterday of-
ternoon, protesters sat quietly before
leaving without incident.
CIA recruiters were also protested
yesterday at the University of
Wisconsin. According to Paul Norton,
a reporter for Wisconsin's Daily Car-
dinal, six people were arrested
yesterday after police charged a line
of protesters. The protesters had thei
arms interlocked and were chanting
obscenities at the police, Norton said.
Last November, 50 CIA protesters
at the University disrupted a presen-
tation by recruiters, and chased them
out of the Modern Languages
Building. Interviews the next -day
were cancelled, though students were
interviewed the next month without
disturbance.
Recruiters returned to campus las
January and were able to complete it
interviews without much distractions.

(Continued from Page 1)
can be found, as well as those that
stick out beyond the board.
NICK ELSE and Keith Matthews,
Ann Arbor high school students,
remember when stones have caused
their wheels to lock up, forcing them
to jump off their boards running.
"A good skateboarder knows how to
fall well and get the least injury. The
trick is to sort of roll on your
Shoulder," said Else.
LSA freshmen Pete Levine and Bill
Goodwin say they fear skateboarders
not only pose dangers to themselves
but also to innocent bystanders. "It's
fun to watch the collisions, but if I'm
"one of the people involved, it's got to
go"
BUT ELSE explained the
skateboarder's dedication to his art.
"Geddes (Road) at 2 a.m. in the
morning in beautiful," he said,.
Some skateboarders in the area
*have formed informal clubs. Doug

Jones and several friends hang out on
the corner of State and North Unive-
rsity Streets at night. Wearing
fluorescent green dots on their jeans
and T-shirts, they call their group the
"Spores."
Skateboarders even have their own
magazine,' Thrasher, Jones said.
Even if a skateboarder does not
belong to a group, there is a special
kinship all skateboarders share that
most say is simply a friendly respect
for anyone else who practices the
sport.
At one point, Seiden walked up to
the skateboarders Else and Mat-
thews, picking one of their skateboar-
d's up as if he were going to walk
away with it. But neither Else and
Matthews looked too concerned.
"There's sort of an honor code
among skateboarders," they ex-
plained. "Most boarders wouldn't
walk off with someone else's board.

Paint job Daily Photo by JAE KIM
Painters add another coat of paint to the Rinsey and Seabolt building on
East Washington yesterday. The renovated building will become a steak
house for hungry Ann Arborites.

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by copiers. REWARD for Return! Call 769-3159.
89A1024
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77A1025
FOR SALE
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after 5:00. 73B1024
- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
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Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
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FOR RENT

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'80 DATSUN 210-Red, new tires. Runs like a
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19" COLOR TV $175.663-78201 year old. 82B1025
LEASE FOR SALE - Women's double in
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SINGLE ROOM available immediately in North
Campus co-op. $285/Mo. includes food, laundry,
utilities, many extras. Karen 663-9283. 99C1105

STUDENT SERVICES
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HELP WANTED

DORM DOINGS

CAB DRIVERS WANTED. Flexible hours.
663-4545 days or nights. 42H1028
STUDENT MAGICIAN NEEDED November 2nd.
$50 for evening. Please call 764-0897. 39H1028
TELEPHONE & COUNTER HELP. Lunch
hour Monday thru Friday, & Sunday 4:30 p.m. -
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SINGING MESSENGERS for balloon delivery.
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1 BEDROOM AVAILABLE, Winter Term.
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Deposit (refundable), $385.50. Lease length,
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06C1030
WINTER TERM SUBLET - 3 single bedrooms
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SINGLE ROOM available in North Campus
Co-ops. For info. call Philip at 763-3915 or
665-0166. 05D1030
TARDA' presents its annual science fiction and
fantasy costume ball Saturday October 26th at
8:30, in the Anderson Room of the Michigan
Union. Admission with costume $2, without
costume $3. 83D1025

BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cte
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

THETA CHI - We're really looking forward
to singing and drinking with you tonight.
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PHI BETA SIGMA - Brotherhood, Scholarship,
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ACROSS
1 County
celebrations
6 The Charles's
canine
10 Both: Prefix
14 Ahead
15 Went in haste
16 Flue residue
x,17 Recently
passed
18 Instrument for
Stan Getz
20 Young one
>22 Title holder
:23 Upbraid
24 Soft-colored
26 Holding device
29 Electronic
tubes
;32 At home: Abbr.
-33 Takes flight
734 School org.
36 Inert gas
37 Soft shoulders
38 Blessing
39 Have a meal
40 Expanses
'41 Large: Prefix
42 Last period of
the Paleozoic
era
44 Reindeer moss,
e.g.
45 Harbinger
46 Reality
47 Look after
50 D.H. or
Gertrude
54 Like Captain
Queeg
57 Hunter of the
sky
58 Auto follower
59 Wander

5 Spreads out
6 Brains or
beauty, e.g.
7 Box
8 Name for a
Houstonite
9 Tumult
10 After Shrove
Tues.
11 Satellite
12 Item of
contention?
13 Road to Rome
19 Marco et al.
21 Donate, in
Dundee
24 British buggies
25 What haughty
people put on
26 Containers
27 Slightly ahead,
in sports '
28 Search blindly
29 Hindu gateway
30 Historic period
31 Deposit
33 "But did you
ever -
elephant fly?"
35 Immediately

37 Cheese for a

38
40
41
43
44
46
47

gourmet
Vaccine
preparation
Egyptian's
Zeus
Millimeter pa
Revolve
Darrow's fort
Diamond
surface
Pet protectior
gp.
ANSWER Tnl

48 Be on the
payroll
49 Historian's
concern
50 Kilauea
output
rts 51 Spanish girl's
name
e 52 Business abbr.
53 Vane dirs.
55 Part of OAS
n 56 Charged
particle
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GRAD GROUP for adult Children Alcoholics.
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