Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 13, 1977 · Page 10
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Crowd Scanning Device Used At Football Games WEST LAFAYETTK. Ind. (UPJ1 _ Purdue University police say they'll keep using a videotape camera to look for lawbreakers at some home football games, even though there have been a few complaints. 'Police Superintendent Grant Kepncr says the video equipment is used primarily to spot medical emergencies and train campus police in evacuauon\ procedures. Us use • as a crime-spotting tool is secondary, but still somewhat effective, he says. The crowd scanning has been done the past two years but few persons knew about it until the campus newspaper. The Exponent, charged the scanning was being done selectively. The camera is located in the Dress box which is on the west side of Ross-Ade Stadium. Us best view is 1 of the east side where Purdue students normally sit. At the most recent home game Oct. 1 eight persons, including seven students, were arrested on marijuana charges. But while the camera s best shot is the easl side. Kepner says poli'-'e afwi' 1 lr >' in S to single out students for surveillance. -If we get complaints in a certain section, we'll key on that area," he said. "Two games ago we concentrated on a facultjL-alumni section. The camera is also used to scan-parking areas outside the stadium for potential van- dalism and car thefts, he said. Purdue Police Chief Donald Jones says the -videotape is valuable also because it can be used as evidence in court. He says the taping does not constitute an invasion of privacy. But the equipment's primary function,-Kcpner says, is to spot medical emergencies and view of 20 W 30 campus policemen on dutv at home games. Tapes are viewed later and . used for critique purposes in training police in crowd control and emergency evacuation procedures. K«pner says. The video camera is not used • at every home game. "\Vc borrow it from the audio visual department-and it's not always available," he said. Shuttle Test A Success EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE. Calif. (t'PI) - The space shuttle Enterprise performed so well in its most important test, a 330-mile-an-hour dive toward the desert in a rehearsal for a spaceship's blistering return from orbit. that only one more test flight will be flown. "The flight today went better | than most of us expected," former astronaut Donald "Dekc" Slayton, the project manager, said Wednesday. -It was the most important flight," he told a news conference, and was such a success there will be only one more test instead of the scheduled three. The Enterprise, which has no engines of its own yet, was carried aloft for the fourth time atop a strengthened Boeing 747. It was the first flight without a plastic tailcone that gave the shuttle orbitcr more aerodynamic stability, making itless'difficulltotly. The shuttle jokingly has been called "a flying rock" and "winged brick" because its design - basically, a spaceship capable of landing like an airplane - gives it less "lift" than conventional aircraft, especially in a powerless glide. It was cast loose by explosive bolts at 20,5X6 feet, and tilted into the steep dive that brought it to a landing on a dry lake bed in the Mojave desert in only '2 minutes, 40 seconds. Its landing glide path was '22 degrees, compared to a maximum 11 degrees in previous tests, and at one point the craft was in a 25 degree dive. By comparison, a commercial jetliner normally descends at about three degrees. , HEW Building Named After Sen. Humphrey WASHINGTON IUPII-Sen. Hubert Humphrey used 345 words to tell'the Senate he'was j left speechless by its decision to name the new building of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare in honor of him. ' But the Minnesota Democrat warned his Senate colleagues not to think his acceptance means he's ready to assume the role of an elder statesman. And even though the building mav bear his name, Humphrey warned HEW Secretary Joseph Califano he won't be freed from -my finger tapping his shoulder on matters that I believe could be handled better or more quickly by his department. With these words, Humphrey accepted the honor bestowed on him Wednesday when the Senate passed a bill cosponsored by his »» colleagues - to name the new HEW office building for him. The Minnesota congressional delegation has introduced an identical bill in the House, and prompt action is expected. ••Incredible as it may seem, I am at a loss for words,' Humphrey said in a statement released by his office here. ••Frankly, I am overwhelmed that 99 Senate colleagues would have banded together in my absence to sponsor and pass legislation to which I probably would have demurred but by which I am deeply honored." he ^Humphrey is battling bladder cancer. He underwent surgery in Minneapolis last August and was found to have an inoperable pelvic tumor. His doctors say he could live tor -months or KING KOIL WEEK at Save$4ITo$160 " Only! 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