Headopoly : a special broadsheet produced for Power Play, exploring the International Underground
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December November October Septembei August July March ■■*»» wm«m From PLAY POWER, Exploring the International Undergro by Richard Neville Senator Edward Kennedy discloses that more than one million civilians have been killed or wounded in Vietnam Tince 1965. 'ack to 029 An Underground Almanac History Game 59 58 5 56 55 Students disguised as GIs and Vietnamese peasants descend on smaH village in Eastern Quebec. Four 'soldiers' seize 'peasant girls' and simulate an attempted rape. A 'Vietnamese villager' to help and is 'shot' - all part of world wide, protest on Second Moratorium Day: 250,000 march throng Washington. Weatherme^i yippies and crazies sto South Vietnamese Fmhaasy. A* Marshall Bloom, former LSE militant, founder of LNS, kills himself. Back to S43 Black Panther Chairman Bobby Seale is gagged, and shackled to his chair Pinkville: US soldiers discovered to have massacred an entire Vietnamese hamlet Everyone surprised and shocked except readers of Underground newspapers. Between 200,000 and Los Angeles police arrest 500,000 come to Rolling Sharon late murder Stones free concert at suspects, HIPPIE DEATH the Livermore, near San CULT COMMUNE IN Francisco— tjjwas an eight-hour \|il "marijuana, LSD ORGY KILLINGS KATAN'KRl AVFS wine that saw tour deaths, four births and what seemed CHARGED headlines huprid press. Timothy Leary and ïrnest Mandel refusea" entry into Britain. Dave Dellinger visits I peace talks. His --V successful negotiations with Hanoi delegatesfror release of 3 US pi'oy embarrasses the State Department. fcuiuSr] couple of min tells his Las Vegas ; nightclub audien "while! get my breath iatorium Day (October 15): 2,000,000 demonstrate throughout US against Vietnam War ' American teenage emsetves in Black ""i^gr faa\— '-»- the churches of wh America, demandin hundred billion d reparations. Iiy Leary runs for Governor of California. Bummer. Miss a go. In New Orleans, Clay Shaw found not guilty,, ending Jim Garrison's attempt to prove it wa: conspiracy which kill« President Kennedy.to D20. ■lson Rockefeller iking a good will tour South America spends* entire state visit to livia under heavy [uard at the airport. Sack to D47. TO BE PLAYED WITH: Start at the bottom (January 1965). Put counters on D, I or O. Any number can piay. Observe one common rnrlp only- move in any direction (except diagonally) but do not cross any black line. Use dice, take turns and chart your five year path in any why vnn . wish. December 196P is the finishing post, remember it is more fun to travel than to arrive. Three pot smoking boys expelled from Rugby school. McCartney [ rumoured to be dead; "l! it was true, I would be the last to know." 400.0JPome to Bethel (JNTflgfir Woodstock Snd Art Fair. None 'rested for marijuana sàon.Trip.'Miss a go. marriage to nymphet says; "lam 16 years old at heart." Sing it again, Tiny. THE PHENOMENAL Harvard in revolt. Cordon of police guards priceless copy of Gutenberg Bible after rumoured student iflf$8 threats to tear out one page a day until reform- demands met.Go to A59 Norman Mailer campaigns for Mayor of New York with the slogan: NO MORE BULLSHIT. Not many votes. Oh Calcutta, Kenneth Tynan's evening of nude boredom opens in New York. Back to LIS, Women's Liberation activists demonstrate at Albert Hall Miss World Contest Their tlesh pink banners read: Miss—Fortune.. .Miss— Laid. ■ Anti-apartheid demonstrators methodically disrupt South African Springboks' rugby union tour of Great Britain? London Street Commune occupies 18th century mansion at S 44 Piccadilly Despite armoury of plastic balls and garrison of Hells Angels, squatters ousted by police within 0 week. Go to L58. ,000 students sit down in the road outside London University. John Lennon returns his MBE. The outraged colonels claim theirs* back. 1mm <a Jerry Lee Lewis is seen to have tears in his eyes after standing ovation in Manhattan. "I think it was sweat" says Jerry. Back to G38 30,000 attend Rally for Decency in Miami and are congratulated by President Nixon: "The younger generation is our test natural US Supreme Court sets aside Timothy Leary's 30 year gaol sentence for importing marijuana. On to C58. The Peoples' War in Berkeley. "PIGS SHOOT TO KILL - BYSTANDERS GUNNED DOWN" Berkeley another go. Brian Jones dies of ;i overdose ... in his swimming pool. " . . is not dead, he does not sleep: HeTiasawakej life ..." quotes Jagger, scattering Shelley and butterflies over a crowd of half a million at a free Hyde Park concert Underground press mess:\ IT splits in two: rebels call in London Street Commune to occupy editorial offices. US Rolling Stone abandons " its UK offspring. Mick Jagger ops out. Scotland Yard raids OZ. Miss a go. Top bid of £17,000 fails to reach reserve price Napoleon's penis ("A small dried up object'1 Daily Mirror) is withdrawn Tariq Ali refused entry into US for having burned an American flag on Embassy steps la 1 pttdan from auction at Christie's London salerooms. London's new Arts Lab opens. 'Red Nazi' student group wreck LSE meeting, chanting "Why were two lecturers sacked?" at g.»ct «ppalipr Sir William Armstrong, Civil Service head. Prince Charles invested as Prince of Wales. Back to Ql 6 Living T; ?aire comes to London, breaking marriages and boring Fleet Strf ît. //M 125,000 coirm to the] of Wight to hear Bob Dylan. "I don't want anyone to make an exorbitant profit out i my visit." Bob's fee C38.000 Blind Faith draws 120,000 to Hyde I free concert. Skin make their first | appearance. [ Nice. Miss a go. Go to T41 Essex University student disrupt visiting committee of M.P.s. Later found to have committed contempt of Pailidineiit. Students A man strips at Stonehenge, 2,000 hippies and an odd Druid avert their eyes towards the solstice sunrise. Gu tu F42 Paris pop festival banned because of French Government "fears for purity of French language and prospect of chartered buses full of sexually liberated Anglo Saxons." (Observer) Buses and festival transferred to Brussels. Go to G56. Police rescue lifo: ï squatters from attack by private army: "I will return," says Barrie Quartermain, retreating. October September August March February Watts, Los Angeles has : three day race riot. 32 dead, damage £35,000,000. WOtÛTOv oFFflMTIW' ß V World's first pornograph) fair opens in Copenhagen Packed to capacity. Thousands turned away. Group Grope. Jerk off with Play Power Ch. 2 Riots in Northern Ireland. Bernadette Devlin MP mans trie Bogside barricades. "I did nn one occasion organise what you wouldc: call throwing a petrol bom in the direction of the police." Back to M52. Paris: 180 political extremists arrested in dawn raids and anti- Vietnam demonstration is banned, but 20,000 still manag» to mtie it to the streets. Berlin urban communes top 100 mark. FOH MOTELS- »0ARDW6 riOUSfS URNISMO ROOMS BURN) BL/R THE FINISH Franco kicks longhairs out of Soain - again. Go to T48, S H Amsterdam's legal pot clubs Paradiso and Fantasio forced to close for summer in face of tourist onslaught. Zengakuren promises violence during national anti-war demonstrations and Tokyo turns into a ghost city—shops close, commuters flee, 1,360 students are arrested. *Since October 1967, police have prosecuted 10,000 students and an estimated 2,000 are at this time in prison." 2,500 students smash windows of West German banks and Chamber of Commerce-calling foi an end to the 'capitalistic Students overrun university in Amsterdam, and in artists' quarter of The Hague thousands of young people Protest fever and nation wide waves of 'crazy strikes' prompt e^en 80 rebel orphans to seizi control of their orphana ;e i NovaraJ Black Panther Party formed in Oakland, California by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. Go to Watts. A7. A busy month for activists. Go to AI8. — Martin Luther King leads a march from Selma to Mongomery, Alabama. — 25,000 march on Washington to protest against the war in Vietnam. Move to B16. Malcolm X assassinated. Join up at AS. Allen Ginsberg is vo King of the May by 100,000 Prague students. -I lents.
|Title||Headopoly : an underground almanac history game|
|Place of publication||London, England|
|Publisher||Jonathan Cape Limited; OZ Publications Ink Limited|
|Publisher-Electronic||Wisconsin Historical Society|
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