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Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 12, 1985
Campus Crime Scene

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This is a listing of major crimes for
June in the campus and student
housing areas. Block numbers are
referred to rather than specific street
addresses. If you have any infor-
mation about these crimes, please
call the University Department of
Public Safety at 763-1131 or the Ann
Arbor Police Department.
Although only one sexual assault is
on this map, 9 were reported
throughout the city. The FBI
estimates that for every rape repor-
ted 10 go unreported. Just because
they are reported to the authorities
doesn't mean they aren't happening,
said director of campus security Leo
Heatley.
In addition to the larcenies in-
dicated on the map, 17 were reported
in the Main Hospital, eight in the
Graduate Library, seven were repor-
ted in both the Legal Research
Building and East Quad, six were
reported in the Union, Mott Hospital
and Child Psychiatric Hospital. There
were four larcenies in each the UGLi,
CCRB, and Stone Drive and there
were three cases in each Angell Hall,
Mason Hall, the Law Library, Church
and Thompson parking structures,
North Ingalls and the Pharmacy.
Information and statistics were
provided by Leo Heatley of cam-
pus security and Jerry Wright of
the Ann Arbor Police Department.
The map was compiled by Laura
Bischoff.

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Burglary - is any forcible entry into a autos that had been returned after a a weapon. The least serious is
room or building with the intent to short period. sexual contact with no aggravating
Robbery - is the forcible taking of circumstances. Sexual assault and
Larceny - is the unlawful taking of property from a person in that in- rape includes all four degrees of
property thus depriving the owner dividual's presence. This category sexual assault.
of hs prpert rigts. also includes armed robbery
of his property rights. Sexual assault and rape - the state
Vehicle theft - is any unlawful entry of Michigan recognizes four degrees
into an automobile with the intent to of rape. The most serious is sexual
operation the car without the driver's penetration with aggravating cir-F'LER ROAD
approval. Vehicle theft also includes cumstances such as injury or use of
HAPPENINGS

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Larcenies reported
A student's wallet containing $4.50
was stolen fran' a backpack left in a
study area in the Cemistry Buildig
according to campus security.
A purs and its contents vuda t
$115 weesoe" in nulce
ca inet in the Plant Operations
Building on Hoover Ave. Wednesday
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Highlight
Enjoy one of summer's greatest pleasures:
outdoor concerts. The Haydn Festival, part of
the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, will present a
string quartet from noon to 1 p.m. at Liberty
Plaza. The string quartet is part of the Ann Ar-
bor Chamber Orchestra's seven free concerts for
the festival.
Films
Ann Arbor Film Coop, Cinema Guild - The
Times of Harvey Milk, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m., Angell
Hall:

Ann Arbor Film Coop, Cinema Guild - Purple pus Chapel.
Rain, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m., MLB 3. International Students Fellowship - 7p.m.
Japanese Studies - Ikiru, 8 p.m., Hale
Auditorium, Assembly Hall, corner of Hill and Miscellaneous
Tappan.
Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Speakers video course, Basic Real Estate Law and Prac-
tice, Briarwood Hilton.
Computing Center - Deb Masten, "How to Buy School of Music - Three-day Bach Society
a Microcomputer," 10 a.m., 3113 School of Convention, 2 p.m., Rackham Assembly Hall.
Education Building. Microcomputer Education Center -
workshope, Lotus 1-2-3 (Part I) , 8:30 am.:
Meetings Mchlanage: Disk and File Management oan the
Macintosh, 1 p.m., 3113 School of Education
Chinese Students Christian Fellowship - 7:30 Building.
p.m., Packard Road Baptist Church. WCBN - "Arts and Ideas,"6 p.m.,88.3 FM.
Korean Christian Fellowship - 9 p.m., Cam-

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