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Ninety-four years of editorialfreedom
Vol. XCIV, No. 8-S Cyrgt184, Ann Arbor, Michigan - Sunday, May 20, 1984 Fifteen Cents

Sixteen Pages

eighbors fight conm ereialization
By ERIC MATTSON Part diferences
residential use. The area is currently zoned for office,
Although developer Peter Allen decided against his residential use.
plan to convert Braun Court into a domed shopping .*corelai ,ogrKrsoden e.
malles with second-story hridges connecting the in tenlsijy Association leaders, said "you have to put some
ouses the conflict betweenrdowntown commercial J l tog s priate yoperty; oethinr
development and downtown housing rages, split limitations on private property;" somethingreluc
sharply along partisan lines. 74-year-old development have formed the Downtown tan to do. iyConi ebeshv be eu
Democrats and neighbors are pushing low- and Neighbors' Association and are fighting the change' ALLEN AND Mak recently abandoned plans to
moderate-income housing downtown, while saying that the Kerrytown and Farmers' Market turn Braun Court into a domed shopping mall wit[
Republicans and developers are pushing for more of- shopping areas depend on the residential nature of walkways connecting the second floors of the
fice and retail space. , the neighborhood to attract customers. buldings Alnnsai the sla "just too bloody
BRAUN COURT is a seven-house development off But the owners of the property say the Kerrytown buildings. Allen said the plan was "nge too soon."
Fourth Avenue which developer Peter Allen and Jan area needs more retail space, and they oppose a But Kerson said the developers want to stay out o
Mak want to convert to retail space. Residents of the plan that would rezone the neighborhood for strictly B S e HOUSING, Page 7
Title nears as -
Michigan dumps
g#Y Gophers, 6-3
Special to the Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Great defense, timely hitting and star-
ter Gary Wayne's ability to pitch his way out of numerous
jams enabled Michigan to get past Minnesota, 6-3, yesterday
and move into the finals of the Big Ten baseball tournament
against Northwestern.
The two teams square off at 2:00 p.m. today. If the
Wolverines beat the Wildcats they will be the Big Ten cham-
pions. If the Wildcats should win, the two teams will play a
second game to decide the title. The tournament winner ear-
ns a trip to the NCAA Mideast regional in Mount Pleasant
next weekend.
THE WOLVERINES never trailed in their triumph against
N ..the Gophers, mainly because Wayne had the uncanny ability
to pitch himself out of trouble. Minnesota left 16 men on base
during the contest. They stranded two men in four different
innings and left the bases loaded in the fifth and sixth.
The pivotal inning in the ball game was the Gopher sixth.
-' With Michigan leading 4-3 Wayne loaded the bases with two
outs. He then went to a 3-0 count on catcher Mark Weber. But
with the crowd in a frenzy Wayne threw two strikes and then
- induced Weber to ground out toshortstop Barry Larkin.
Asocatd Michigan took a 2-0 lead in the second. Right fielder Jeff
Minick opened with a walk off Minnesota starter Bill Cut-
Michigan's Rich Bair scores from second base as Minnesota catcher Mark Weber waits for the
throw in yesterday's tournament game in Minneapolis. See 'M', Page16


Six arrested in Detroit cocaine bust

DETROIT (UPI)-- Six members of
an international drug running operation
were charged yesterday with con-
spiracy for selling several pounds of
cocaine valued at $2.4 million to under-
cover police agents.
"There's definitely more people in-
volved but I don't anticipate any fur-
ther arrests," said State Police Lt.
James Tuttle.
TUTTLE SAID the arrests were
made Friday night and culminated, a
six-month investigation by Michigan
law enforcement agencies and the
Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
"We just had a source of information
that indicated that these people in

Canada had a large amount of
cocaine," Tuttle said. He described the
purchase of six and a half pounds of un-
cut cocaine as "the largest ever in
Tuttle said he did not know if any of
the suspects had sold drugs in Michigan
before but that they were heavily in-
volved in drug dealing in the south-
western area of the Canadian province
of Ontario.
THE SUSPECTS, two from Florida,
two from Kitchener, Ontario, and two
from London, Ontario, are being held
on $5 million bond. Tuttle said five are
Canadian citizens.

The six face charges of conspiracy to
deliver and delivery of the cocaine.
Both charges carry mandatory life sen-
tences upon conviction.
The only U.S. citizen arrested was
Lorraine Kozlowski, 29, of Lake Worth,
The other suspects were Douglas
Reidt, 28, and Brent Harding, 31 of Kit-
chener, Ontario; David Desorcy, 37, of
West Palm Beach, Fla.; Arthur Small,
38 and Alexander Harrington, 30, of
London, Ontario.
Tuttle said Harding had been
previously convicted of smuggling
hashish in the British colony of
Gibraltar, and in Mexico City for
smuggling cocaine.

" A lack of professors is making it
hard for students to get doctoral
degrees. See page 3.
* State lotteries take advantage
of the dreams of the poor. See
Opinion, page 6.
" Sixteen Candles ought to be
blown out. See Arts, page 8.
" The results are in from the
men's and women's Big Ten
track meet in Columbus. See
Sports, page 14.
* Morning showers, clearing by
the afternoon with a high in the

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