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The Michigan Daily -Monday, April 5, 1999 - 9A

WSA
hued from Page 1A
wn LSA-SG Vice President Gregg Lanier, a mem-
beio the Blue Party, ran through the Angell Hall
computing site March 25 in a gorilla suit wearing a
Blue Party T-shirt inside out.
The elections board again randomly assigned one
demerit to a Blue Party member, but the Students'
Party argued that the board should assign five
demerits to one member because, it claims, the inci-
d pnt interfered with the elections and that Lanier
paigned in a polling place.
Reacting to a second incident that occurred
Match 25, the Students' Party filed its fifth motion.
A 'member of the Blue Party called the
Department of Public Safety after the Blue Party
reserved the Diag for a campaigning activity and the
Students' Party began handing out pizza in the area.
Karnik said the call "limited our ability to cam-

paign" -an elections offense.
Asking CSJ to act on an incident that the elections
board chose to leave alone, the Students' Party
requested that each member of the Blue Party
receive a demerit for knowing that the call to DPS
was going to be placed. "It was hard for us to estab-
lish how much this affected things" Trapani said.
Elections board member Alok Agrawal said he
did not see how the call violated the integrity of the
elections.
In reaction to CSJ's decision not to act on the
motion, Reich said, "not only will it turn off a lot of
potential candidates, but it just opens up the door for
all sorts of abuse in the future."
The final motion referred to candidate for the
School of Architecture and Urban Panning, Joel
Kirzner, whose name was omitted from the online
ballot until after the elections had already begun.
CSJ has decided to release the results of Kirzner's
election, assuming he won. Kirzner was unopposed.

HASH BASH
Continued from Page 1A
came from out of town to participate in the fes-
tivities.
"I drove down here from Clark Lake" said
Rod Munch, a Michigan resident. "I just wanted
to bake out and support the local hempsters. I
love this place."
SNRE senior Dana Jonson handed out fliers
promoting the cultivation of hemp.
"It's a wonderful plant;' Jonson said. "It can be
used in more than 50,000 products. And it's
much less dangerous that alcohol. There has
never been a death resulting from marijuana, but
drinking leads to problems like drunk driving
and domestic violence."
Some at the rally also raised the issue of using
marijuana as medicine.
Belleville resident Rachel Gagnon is epileptic

and has spent much of her life suffering from
seizures. For years she was on a prescription
drug that caused her to lose her hair, lose control
of her bowels and even stop breathing one day.
"I quit taking that drug and now I smoke mar-
ijuana," Gagnon said. "I feel normal. It keeps me
calm so I don't have seizures. I couldn't come
out today if I couldn't smoke. I'd be in bed."
But not all participants were interested in the
political aspect of Hash Bash.
"We just came out here to get high and enjoy
the day" Westland resident Jon Boshand said.
"Everybody's just here to have a good time and
it's a mellow vibe going on."
While most of the crowd members were held
in sync beliefs about marijuana, a few expressed
dissenting opinions. "Pot's great and all, but
some of the speakers were unrealistic," said one
participant, who did not want to be named.
"Nothing's going to change. If you legalize pot,

no one will go to work. And people will use any.
excuse to get marijuana as medicine;' he added.
"I have glaucoma so hook me up with a bag"
Among the smokers, there were also a handful
of preachers promoting abstinence from mari-
juana because, they said, smoking is against
God's will.
But the preachers and others who spoke out
against the legal use of marijuana seemed to be
in the minority Saturday.
Onlookers booed the preachers and one man
interrupted a preacher to argue against his teach-
ings. "Have you ever talked to God?" the man
asked. "Because I've done shrooms, and I talked
to God. And he told me to smoke weed!"
"God was the first stoner;" Chong said.
"That's why he's the most high"
Several students who asked not to be named
said they didn't condemn or condone Hash Bash,
but came to take in the scene and people watch.

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