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Civil Liberties Board Defends
Efforts in Cinema Guild Case

(Continued from Page 1)
"The question," the statement
said, "is whether a police officer
can properly exercise sole responsi-
bility to judge the moral accept-
ability of a public presentation to
the extent of immediate interrup-
tion, termination of the presenta-
tion, and confiscation of the
work."
Lesser Charge
The Court, however, rejected this
contention and it did not become a
direct issue in the case. The even-
tual guilt plea by the defendant
was to charges other than those
noted in the briefs.
The CLB has suggested that if
the case had been appealed to a
higher court, its objection might
have been upheld.

CLB member Prof. Joseph L.
Sax of the Law School said the
case was not taken to an appelate
court because of the "human ele-
ment" involved.
"I regret that the University did
not stand up for the defendants,"
Sax said, "yet I don't condemn
them for not doing so. All things
considered, it was a moral victory
for the defendants."
Prof. Eugene N. Feingold of the
public health school and also a
member of the board charged that
the action taken by the prosecutor
in the courts "was questionable."
Harassing Techniques
"They employed harassing tech-
niques against the CLB attorney,"
Feingold said, "by arguing that he
wasn't entitled to speak for the
board."

Law prof. Jerold Israel, chair-
man of the CLB, declined com-
ment on the statement.I
In addition to the presentation
of the briefs, the CLB established
a Cinema Guild Defense Fund.
The fund reached $2,986 in con-
tributions from iembers of the
University community. Miss Bar-
key's fine will be partially paid by
the remainder of the fund.
The film, "Flaming Creatures,"
was seized by Lt. Eugene Stauden-
meier of the Ann Arbor police de-
partment Jan. 18, 1967, after he
had seen less than one-third of it.
The CLB argued that "a nationally
know experimental film shown by
a long-established organization
known for its serious study of the
film cannot be judged by the same
standards as a stag movie."

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Admissions
Problems
Plague LSA
(Continued from Page 1)
rather than in the freshmen class.
One member of the admissions
committee called the high admis-
ison rate of freshmen "blackmail."
He was refering specifically to
Vroman's argument that relations
with Michigan high schools would
be hurt if the University had to
restrick admissions late in the
year.
Vroman pointed out that his
office keeps tract of the size of
the classes in Michigan high
schools to be able to predict what
type of admissions policy is need-
ed for the coming year or two.
"We knew the 'tidal waves' were
coming in 1964 and 1965 - both
years had 25 per cent increases in
applications over preceding years,"
Vroman said. In 1965 they slight-
ly underpredicted and the event-
ual increase toward serious over-
admission began.'
Increases in 1966 and 1967 were
only three to five per cent, but
both times the admission office
underestimated and ended up with
two many students. "The increase
has been less than a hundred stu-
dents each year, but that's 10
students who have to be educated
for the next four years," Vroman
commented.

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