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Ninety-five years of editorial freedom

Vol. XCV, No. 40-S

Copyrighty1985

Saturday, July 27, 1985

Fifteen Cents

Gov. wants tuition freeze

By KERY MURAKAMI
Gov. James Blanchard yesterday urged
board members of the state's universities
and colleges to "do everything possible to
freeze tuition for Michigan students."
Blanchard, in a letter sent to the board
members yesterday, did not mention a
warning by state budget director Robert
Naftaly last week that the governor may
veto parts of the state higher education

budget, which was passed by the
legislature last month, if the schools do
not freeze in-state tuition this fall.
BUT TOM Scott, deputy press secretary
for the governor, said yesterday that
Blanchard is "very concerned" about the
cost of higher education in the state, and a
veto is possible.
"The University of Michigan is one of
the three most expensive public univer-

sities in the country," Scott noted.
Blanchard, in the letter, claimed that the
state's appropriations increases to the
schools, which range from between 11 and
13 percent, is more than enough to make
up the cost of inflation. The University
received a 13 percent hike this year.
University administrators, however,
hnx d amtha t iv ritiP dnr olle es

Shapiro
... meets with Naftaly

ave sa maS uGvers es an
See GOV., Page 3

rishnas attract
crowds of curious
By DOV COHEN
They don't sell art.
They don't juggle, breakdance, or play rock
and roll. But they always draw a crowd.
THE HARE Krishnas are a point of acute
fascination to art fair crowds.
"There's a real need for this kind of knowled-
ge," said Kirishna, Anthony Ellis, pointing to his
table full of books about everything from rein-
carnation to vegetarian cooking.
"Even if people are not interested in Krishna
consciousness, people are interested in different
facets of it," he said.
"Some people take us as token and think that
looking at us is neat," he said, but "but most
people are courteous and interested."
Yesterday morning, all sorts of people stopped
by the Krishna booth on State Street across from
North University.
A small boy turns away and tells Ellis to
"forget it," after Ellis offers him a free book.
Middle-aged women stop at the table to browse
through the collection. A man from Wisconsin of-
fers a $1 contribution. As the man is leaving,
Ellis offers him a coupon for a free vegetarian
meal that the Krishnas give every Sunday.
"It's a real relaxed atmosphere. We don't bolt

Blanchard
... sends regents letter
Judge to
decide
sorority
case soon
By SUSAN GRANT
Third District Court Judge Edward
Deake yesterday promised attornies
on both sides of the Collegiate Sorosis
debate that he would deliver a written
decision within 28 days about whether
the sorority will be allowed to move
into the Burns Park area.
At the hearing, Deake heard
arguments by attornies for the North
Burns Park Association, the city of
Ann Arbor, and the Collegiate Sorosis
sorority.
THE NORTH Burns Park
Association filed suit against the city
and the sorority after the Ann Arbor
City Council approved the sorority's
site plan on June 5 for a 4,400-foot ad-
dition to 903 Lincoln.
The neighbors challenged a 1984
See JUDGE, Page 4

Daily Photo by DAKIAN: SI
Krishnas chant and play instruments on the Diag yesterday.
the door and we don't shave any heads," he says. totally false. I'm the financial advisor ... Where
Later on, a man in an Izod shirt starts a did these books come from? How do you think we
theological discussion with Ellis. The conver- use the money? We have no money. I have no
sation degenerates, however, as the man tells money."
Ellis that people in his organization are ripping . Man: What about the celibacy?"
him off. The dialogue shifts quickly from religion " Ellis (slightly angry): "What about the
to accusations. celibacy?"
" Man: "There are people in your organization Ellis quotes from a sheet containing sayings
ripping you off." from the Bible. "I'm a student. What am I doing
" Ellis: "Can you give me any names? This is See HARE, Pa

Undercover officer lives in danger for narcotic busts
By LAURA BISCHOFF Jerue was from before he would sell grow down to his shoulders. Now he is assignment ended. "They (his son and through LAWNET, a program
Detective Larry Jerue was working heroin and cocaine to him - sort of a back to the clean-shaven look of short daughter) used to think I looked operated by the State Police Depar-
undercover one night on the south side "drug dealer interview," Jerue said. hair, a suit and tie, and no earrings, silly," he said. "Here's Dad with real tment, although officers from city,
of Ypsilanti, posing as a motorcycle "That was a pretty frightening ex- He stands at close to 6 feet and has a long hair and a blue jean jacket with a county, and state agencies par-
gang member and drug dealer, when perience." stocky build, leather vest and a pierced ear and the ticipate. Last year more than $1.2
BUT THAT wasn't the only time Jerue was not able to go out with his beard and mustache. My daughter million worth of cash, drugs, and
Jerue was held at gunpoint during the family while undercover for fear of saw the pierced ear and wanted hers property was seized through this
18 months he spent undercover in the being recognized by someone he was done. 'How come it's okay for Dad and program, said Lt. Herman Neuman, a
Livingston and Washtenaw Area Nar- doing business with. Sometimes he not okay for me?" spokesman for LAWNET and Jerue's
cotics Enforcement Team wouldn't come home at night or would Throughout the assignment, Jerue supervisor while undercover. The
a narcotics supplier pushed Jerue into (LAWNET). take different routes home to make made between 150 and 180 buys which drugs would be worth four times that
his kitchen, put a gun in his In order to play the role of a drug sure no one was following him, resulted in the arrest of some big- amount once they were "stepped on,"
mouth, and pulled back the trigger. dealer and motorcycle gang member, JERUE SAID his family was time dealers. See DEDICATED, Page 3
The dealer wanted to know where Jerue grew a beard and let his hair relieved when the undercover Jerue's undercover work was done
Abortion Mah-velous The Bigs
Justice Department has asked the
Supreme Court to review the 1973 Lots of sunshine to start the A look at Wolverines who have made it
weeprnm. CHirt 80-r5.tw the "97g ,, gu s.
ruling of Roe vs. Wade. weekend. High 80-85. to the Big Leagues. Sports, Page 12
Opinion, Page 5

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