Jurie, Jay D.


Title
Jurie, Jay D.
Creator:
Jurie, Jay D., 1951-, interviewee; Boorman, Sue, interviewer; Boorman, Sue, videographer;
Date Recorded:
23 June 2015
Date digitized:
23 June 2015
Length of interview:
99 minutes, 25 seconds
Description:

This interview is part of a series about three football games that were played during the early 1970s and were known as the Hairy Bacon Bowl. The teams were made up of counterculture-identified students from the University of Colorado, Boulder, versus campus and city police. Although Jay Jurie did not play in the Hairy Bacon Bowl games, he was a high school and college student during the late 1960s and early 1970s, and was involved with the counterculture both in terms of lifestyle and politics. He talks about being a young person in Boulder during that time, including describing places where people hung out together and the social/musical/intellectual and drug culture of that decade, as well as giving a detailed account of anti-war political actions of groups such as Student Mobilization Committee, Student Peace Union, and Students for a Democratic Society. He discusses interactions between student activists and the university administration as well as the police.

Subject:
Forbes, Renner LeRoy
Gaughnor, Guy Howard (Deputy Dawg)
Hayakawa, S.I.
Romero, Neva
Hippies Colorado Boulder
Counterculture Colorado Boulder
Marijuana Colorado Boulder
Drugs Colorado Boulder
Police Colorado Boulder
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 Protest movements Colorado Boulder
Political activists Colorado Boulder
University of Colorado, Boulder
1960s (decade)
1970s (decade)
Language:
English
Original Format:
digital mini DV
Notes:
This interview is one of a series about a multi-year event known as The Hairy Bacon Bowl, which occurred in the first half of the 1970s. This particular interview deals with the cultural atmosphere and political events of the time rather than with the Hairy Bacon Bowl itself.
Local call number:
oh2048
Copyright:
Copyright restrictions applying to the use or reproduction of oral history interviews are available from the Carnegie Branch Library for Local History/Boulder Public Library.
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