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TheMichigan Daily-Saturday, June5, 1982-Page 11
It's all there, in the
California Senate race
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - claim rarely mentions the name.
There's a Reagan family feud, cracks MAUREEN Reagan goes out of her
about a Goldwater's intelligence, and way to talk about her own accomplish-
swats between Democrats over fruit ments, usually referring to her father
flies. as "a relative of mine living in gover-
This, voters, is a California Senate nment housing in the East."
campaign. When the president's brother, Neil,
WITH INCUMBENT Republican Sen. signed on as Wilson's statewide co-
S. I. Hayakawa retiring form office, the chairman, he accused his niece of at-
early GOP frontrunner for next tempting to "ride on her father's coat-
Tuesday's primary seemed to be Rep. tails,' draging a family feud into public.
Barry Goldwater Jr. But his bid to join Their battle flared again when Neil
his father in the Senate has wanted Reagan filmed TV commercials saying
somewhat in the wake of a gang assault "We Reagans endorse Pete Wilson," a
on his brainpower. reference to himself and his wife Bess,
It started when Goldwater refused to and not to the president, who is neutral
debate any of his GOP rivals. At one in the race.
point, he even refused to release THE DEMOCRATIC primary cam-
schedules of his campaign appearances paign, meanwhile pits novelist Vidal in
to the press. a longshot effort against Gov. Edmund
San Diego Mayor Pete Wilson said Brown. They crossed paths only once -
Goldwater was afraid to expose his at a convention of editorial and comic
limited grasp of issues. Democrat Gore strip cartoonists.
Vidal said Goldwater's "IQ matches Brown was armed with a green fly
room temperature." swatter.
GOLDWATER rejoined that "there's A reporter who asked Vidal whether
no requirement that to be in the his live-and-let-live view of
Congress of the United States you have homosexuality has affected his cam-
to be an intellect. Some people are paign got this reply';
smarter than Iam. Some not.' "I think, all in all, this comes up
He hardly improved matters with about me. Of course, it comes up about
garbled grammar and references to Jerry Brown. I think you have to
this things as 'physical policy" instead remember that Gov. Brown and I are
of its "fiscal policy." middle-aged bachelors and I would
Then there's the Reagan factor. think that any right-thinking, moral
While contenders such as Wilson, person would assume that each of us is
Goldwater, McCloskey and Dornan a virgin. And may the most im-
daily stress their ties to the president, maculate win."
the candidate most entitled to that
Price of '69 textbooks
prompted studentrun store
(Coninued fro Pagel2) Cmite frthebooktore mroement

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Tired already
Courseworkers in Detroit yesterday arrange tire barriers on the Grand Prix
racetrack trying to finish in time for the drivers to practice. For a race up-
date, see Page 15.
Cellar to leave today
(continued from Page 1) The chairwoman of the Cellar's board
Negotiators for U-Cellar said the of directors, Mary Anne Caballero, said
store could only afford such an increase the Union will suffer without the store.
if the Union guaranteed the Cellar ex- "Surveys have shown we draw 60 per-
clusive rights to sell a long list of items. cent of the people (to the Union). How
THE CELLAR has always been canl they possibly make up for the lost
restricted from selling Michigan in- traffic?" she said.
signia items, and Cianciola remained Frank Cianciola, director of the
firm throughout the negotiations that Union, saidan "unfortunate set of cir-
such a restriction would stand. The cumstances" prompted the U-Cellar to
Union director argued that to allow the move out of the Union and wished them
Cellar to sell insignia items would mean well in their new location
a significant decrease in revenues for
the Michigan Union Shop, the Union's
newsstand.
In addition to the rent increase, the,
Cellar was being asked to pay for ap-
proximately $300,000 in Union
renovations. y
The Cellar would have been forced to
pass those costs on to its student
customers, said John Sappington, the
Cellar's assistant manager. The Cellar Student on bicycle assaulted
was set up "to establish lower baseline A 19-year-old male University
prices for the other competitors to student was injured when he was
follow," he said, and moving out of the assaulted by a passenger in a moving
Union was in the best interests of car, police said. The student was riding
students. a bicycle on a sidewalk on Hubbard
PROFITS FROM the sale of Street near North Campus when a car,
Michigan insignia items at the new travelling between 40 and 50 miles per
location should enable the store to offer hour, jumped the curb and drove up
better prices or at least keep them at behind him. A man on the passenger
present levels, Weinberg said. side of the car opened the passenger
Some Cellar employees this week ex- door and knocked the bicyclist to the
pressed feelings of animosity towards ground. The bicyclist suffered some
the Union's management over bruises and the car sped away. Police
negotiations. "We were pushed out," said the incident was apparently un-
said Ann Rankin. provoked.

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Government Council organized a
massive rally in which more than 1,000
students supporting the student-run
discount bookstore marched on the LSA
Building.
It was a dramatic affair. More than
500 students took over the building and
remained there until the evening when
then-University President Robben
Fleming warned the students to leave
or he would seeka restraining order.
By 10:30 that evening, more than
1,500 students surrounded the building,
preventing policemen from entering
the building and arresting the students
who had remained there against
Fleming'sorders.
The demonstrators would not budge
until Fleming agreed to meet with a
representative. The 117 students in the
LSA Building sent a representative to
tell Fleming that the sit-in would end
only if a Regents meeting was called
within 24 hours with the clear understand-
ding that there would be favorable ac-
tion on the bookstore proposal.
Fleming left after a brief period of
fruitless negotiation. More than 100
Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County
Sheriff's Department and Michigan
State Police Officers stormed the LSA
building and arested the 107 who had
refused to leave. Seven people were in-
jured as police used force to restrain
hundreds of students who rushed for-
ward the building after being ordered to
disburse.
The protest was effective in
publicizing the bookstore issue. A
general strike was organized and
backed by the Student Government two
days later. The Strike Coordinating.

called a general strike to picket
classroombuildings during the day.
In the first week of October the
student government negotiated with the
Regents, who finally accepted a plan
allowing for student-faculty control of
the store. The bookstore would be fun-
ded through a $5 fee assessed against
all students and faculty members and
refunded when they left the University.
The active effort by the students had
paid off.
The details and legal plans were laid
in the following ten months. In June,
1970, the Union agreed to sublet a space
to the discount bookstore. It opened in
the fall of 1970 but didn't begin selling
textbooks until winter term, 1971.
SohiwLren
wins parole
CASERTA, Italy (UPI) - Sophia
Loren won parole yesterday on the
remaining 14 days of her tax-evasion
sentence and "almost definitely" will
leve her pink cell Saturday, her at-
torney said.
Vincenzo Sepe, the actress's lawyer
and cousin said parole Judge Cinzla
Simonelli approved a request to free
Loren under a new law permiting
"special leave" for defendants serving,
less than six-month terms and needing
to attend urgent family or business
matters.

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