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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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arkey Enters Plea of Guilty
1 'Flaming Creatures' Trial

Board Surrenders Power

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To Set Visit

(Continued from Page 1)

(Continued from Page 1)
>wing. He added that Cohen
i demanded a receipt for the
n at the time of confiscation.
Robb called Cinema Guild "a
bous cultural force in the com-
nity. The defendants are not
idlers or commercializers of
ut. They are serious students
h a long interest in the film
an art medium.'
:,obb commented on the artis-
and social value of the film,
ling it a "parody on and cri-

ticism of the overdoing of sex in
films. It detracts from sex." I
Delhey made it clear that he
would oppose introduction of this
testimony, as he had in pre-trial
hearings. "Art is not the nest in#
this instance," he said. "Do your
experts know the standards of
this community? I don't believe;
experts are warranted. The jury
is. the finder of fact."
Ager could not at that time say1
whether he would permit the tes-
timony, which was expected to

provide the bulk of Robb's de- dently," continued Miss Hartwig.
fense. "Each one of us went around to
After Ager had questioned Miss dorms and talked to students and
Barkey about her plea, he found came away convinced without

the plea "contained the elements
of guilt." Delhey explained later
that this was "an effective con-
viction, although not by court or
jury."
The judge said at that time
that Delhey would have an op-
portunity Monday to introduce a
motion to drop charges against
the other three defendants:
Because Miss Barkey was under
21 at the time of the offense, it
is possible for her criminal record
to be expunged if she has no
further convictions in five years.

having spoken to each other."
Cutler said he was not surprised
by the vote, and that he had not
talked to any Board members
prior to the meeting "except Feld-
kamp who is on my staff, and any
discussions with my staff are
private matters."
Approximately 40 students were
at the meeting, including resident
advisors from East Quad who
made a plea for abolishing rules
governing visitation policy al-
together.: Students from Fred-
erick House in South Quad, which

Ito Bureau To Enforce
fC-Voided Traffic Rules

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(Continued from Page 1) -
Unlike tuition or other fees, "the
so-called late registration fee
never existed until the fines were
handed out, which makes it in'
effect ex post facto," Mogill
claimed.
Mogill said, "It's inconsistent to
call failure to register an admin-
istrative problem and call all
other violations infractions of the
vehicle code. The SVB still recog-
nines as violation driving without
authorization, unauthorized pres-
ence of a vehicle, unauthorized
borrowing or lending, failure to
properly display a decal, and
parking violations."
"If a student's parents were
down for the day with his car, all
the student has to do is to get
them to confirm it in writing and
we'll forget the whole thing."
Some of the students who re-
ceived letters had been observed
keeping or operating vehicles by
University officials as much as.
two months before they received
Perigo's letter. Brown denied that
the STC-SGC action or the fact
that The Daily ceased publication
two days after the date of the
letter had anything to do with
the delay.
"Under normal circumstances,"
UU' Officials Brace
For Budget Cuts
(Continued from Page 1)
since the enactment of Public Act
124 in 1965. PA 124 provides for
state control of certain aspects
of University expansion. The con-
stitutionality of the act is being
challenged in the courts by the
University, Michigan State Uni-
versity and Wayne State Univer-
sity.
Vice-President for Academic Af-
fairs Allan F. Smith told the com-
mittee that the gap in faculty
salaries increased by last year's
slashed budget hasn't been closed,
and inflation is making matters
worse.
"The salaries aren't as -good as
they were and we can't keep up
with the competition," Smith said.
"We've lost some people this
year, but I don't believe the loss
has been excessive," he said. "But,
the number of salary offers in
excess of what we pay is going up
and we're losing people to schools
we've never competed with."

Brown said, "processing these
things takes at least a month. We
sometimes learn of the vehicle's
existence in Ann Arbor several
days after it is noticed. Then we
have to find out from the secre-
tary of state under whose name
the vehicle is registered. That
takes two or three weeks. If there
are complications, it can take
longer.'
"It's unlikely that the Univer-F
sity would ever officially abolish
the Student Traffic Court since
they have always recognized the
right of students to enforce-if
not to make-these regulations,"
Mogill said.
No hold-credit orders were is-
sued. Most of the fees will be
paid soon, Brown predicted. "In
the meantime, for the next two
weeks or so, we're just going to
sit on it. By next fall everything
will be cleared up, and there will
probably be some new decisions
and policies. These things tend to
work themselves out slowly around
here, you know."

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had protested in late November
against University regulations
on visitation policy by entertain-
ing girls in their rooms, were also
present. Kahn credits "protests
such as the one in Frederick
House and action by SGC" with
making the Board see "the neces-
sity for change."
"There is no doubt that the im-
possibility of enforcing the rules
made clear by students protest-
ing on their own behalf made
possible this soul-searching de
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