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HASH BASH
Continued from Page 1
spokeswomen Diane Brown said.
DPS made 26 arrests last year - only 5 had
Ann Arbor addresses, and none were University
students.
Brown said DPS made 150 arrests at Hash
Bash in the last three years, and only one was a
University student.
DPS will also assist the Ann Arbor Police
Department enforce a ban on vendors along side-
walks surrounding the Diag area.
The ban was declared by interim City Admin-
istrator Ron Olson three weeks ago.
"A lot of people come to Ann Arbor with
knowledge of Hash Bash," Angelica Leone, stu-
dent liaison to the organizers of Hash Bash, said.
Leone is also President of Hemp A2, a student
,organization dedicated to the decriminalization
of marijuana.
"I think that most of the people at the event
are not University students," Leone said.
Student organizers have had no problems
reserving the Diag for the hour-long rally
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through the Office of Student Activities and
Leadership.
"The event itself is the rally from 12 to 1 ...
it's the other illegal acts that this event attracts
that will be enforced," Brown said.
The annual celebration will begin tonight in an
event organized by the University College Liber-
tarians and Hemp A2.
The students have organized a pre-hash bash
marijuana forum tonight, which will feature a
taped debate about the legalization of marijuana,
a short film about medical marijuana and a panel
discussion.
Last year, Hemp A2 and the organizers of
Hash Bash were focused on gathering signatures
for a statewide initiative to legalize marijuana.
This year, organizer Adam Brook said the
focus of the event has shifted to a memorial for
two activists who died at an incident at Rainbow
Farm.
Marijuana legalization activists Rolland Rohm
and Tom Crosslin died on August 31, 2001 after
tensions with local police surrounding a marijua-
na legalization rally had escalated into a full-
blown standoff with agents from the Federal

Bureau of Investigation.
"It's the first time we've had music no the
Diag for 7 or 8 years" said Brook, who added
that the event will be less political than in past
years.
"We want a celebratory atmosphere to remem-
ber our friends," Brook said.
Scheduled speakers at this year's Hash Bash
include Tim Beck, of the Detroit Coalition for
Compassionate Care, Dan Salono of Police
Officers for Drug Law Reform, and George
Sherfield, the State Coordinator of the Michigan
Marijuana Movement, the organization that has
been involved in changing medical marijuana
laws in the state.
Monroe Street will be closed Friday evening,
where a "Hooka Festival" is' planned with ven-
dors and entertainment. The event is free and
open to the public.'
According to Richard Devarti, a manager at
Dominick's Restaurant, the day of Hash Bash is
among the busiest days of the year for his
Restaurant.
"It helps business a lot," Devarti said "Usually
it is one of our busiest days."

WHITE
Continued from Page 1
preted White's letter as a frank effort to
inform people of the University's
mindset on the issue. Education Prof.
Percy Bates, the University's National
Collegiate Athletic Association repre-
sentative, said the letter emphasizes
White's feelings that the University
does not plan to hide from the scandal.
"He is saying that we are in no way
going to stonewall this," Bates said.
"We will move forward ... therefore
we want to see this resolved as quickly
as possible."
Bates also said it is hard to predict
right now if the allegations are true and
what possible ramifications the Uni-
versity might face.
"We're interested in the truth. How-
ever it comes out, we will deal with it,"

Bates said.
Students had mixed reactions to
White's letter.
For LSA senior Jason Oh, the future
and integrity of the basketball program
is a major concern.
"I just feel kind of bad for the cur-
rent team, the past is the past, I just.
hope that it doesn't affect our future"
Oh said.
Oh also said he wishes the Uni-
versity could be a little more active,
but understands they cannot jump
into it yet.
"I would hope that the University
would take some initiative, but I
can see their position in waiting and
seeing"
But LSA senior Reza Breakstone
said the University should not take any
action until the matter has been settled
legally in court.

MITCHELL
Continued from Page 1
dent Bush dispatching Secretary of
State Colin Powell to the Mideast to
help alleviate the conflict.
Mitchell, a Democrat and son of a
janitor, was first appointed to the Sen-
ate in 1980 after serving as a U.S.
attorney and later a federal judge. He
remained in the Senate until 1995,
serving first as the minority leader and
later as majority leader.
To reduce the likelihood of conflicts
arising, Mitchell said the United States
should support programs that boost
economic development in countries
and thus give citizens the feeling of
controlling their destiny.
"Where men and women don't have
opportunities, where there is despair,

there are the ingredients of violence,"
he said.
Kayali, the questioner who joined
Mitchell on stage, said Mitchell did not
answer his question.
"(Mitchell) cannot compare not con-
demning 500,000 deaths in Iraq (due
to sanctions) to what Muslim leaders
did in response to Sept. 11," Kayali
said.
LSA senior Jeremy Fischer, a candi-
date for a George Mitchell Scholar-
ship, which provides students a year of
study in Ireland, said he liked
Mitchell's lecture.
"He showed there's two sides to
the rhetoric that comes out," Fischer
said.
The Department of Public Safety
estimated the crowd at 1,600, DPS
spokeswoman Diane Brown said.

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FULL OR PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST
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GRAPHIC DESIGNER
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IF YOU HAVE acne you may qualify for an
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INTERVIEW NOW FOR FALL 2002.
Three student assistants needed for The Pier-
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THESIS EDITING. All disciplines and
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$250 A NIGHT potential/bartending training
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FUN JOB FOR STUDENT! Multi-Cultural
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GRAPHIC DESIGNER NEEDED starting.
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GOPHERS
Continued from Page 1
in favor of the Gophers, whose size and
quickness seemed to overpower the
Wolverines from that point on. Outside
of a few scattered chances, the Wolver-
ines failed to generate any sort of rhythm
on offense, often being pushed back on
their heels by the Gophers.
Potulny struck again early in the sec-
ond period, this time on the powerplay.
The sophomore, who was positioned in
front of Michigan's net to screen Black-
burn, made a perfect deflection on a
point shot from teammate Jordan
Leopold to put the Gophers up 2-0.
Michigan's best opportunity to get
back in the game came halfway through
the second period, when it received a 5-
on-3 powerplay opportunity for 39 sec-
onds. A goal at that point would have cut
the deficit to one and given the Wolver-
ines a crucial surge of momentum. But
Minnesota's penalty kill was unbreak-
able, not only killing the 5-on-3, but also
killing all six of Michigan's chances on
the night. "Our penalty kill was solid

tonight," Minnesota defenseman Jordan
Leopold said. "Everybody did the jot
tonight. You don't like to deal with 5-on-
3 chances going against you, and it was a
little nerve-wracking as guys started tc
get tired out there, but we killed.it off."
The Wolverines had not come bacl<
from a 2-0 deficit all season, and wert
just 2-8-1 when trailing after two peri-
ods. But an early goal in the third perioc
would still have brought them back intc
the game. Unfortunately for Michigan.
the early goal came from the Gophers.
Taffe drove the nail into Michigan's
coffin with a breakaway goal less than.
two minutes into the third period. His
goal, which turned out to be the game-
winner, gave Minnesota a 3-0 lead.
The Wolverines made it interesting in
the end, as J.J. Swistak scored a short-
handed goal at 13:55 and Ortmeyei
scored with the extra man at 1:34 tc
bring them within one. But that was a,
close as they would come."You could tell
that Michigan was going to keep press-
ing," Hauser said. "They got two goals:
and they were pushing hard. But we
made the plays to hold them off."

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PHOTOGRAPHY CO. SEEKS FT&PT
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POSITION OPEN FOR KITCHEN HELP
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REAL LIFE LIVING Services is accepting
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Great experience for students in OT, PT, ST,
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Hiring seasonal groundskeepers, pay range
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Please contact Jim Roland (@)
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GREAT RESUME BOOSTER! Call Paul @
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