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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 9, 1970

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(Continued from Page 1) On Thursday, March 1.2 com- lord Nelson (D-Wis) endorsed the
response. Ultimately, the proposal munity actions will t a k e place plans.
was approved and sent to the de- with a community fair possible.
partment's curriculum committee, On campus several speeches will 4$2-9533 665-3789
but, reports Chairman Harvey be given Friday afternoon and a 'gus case4
Brazer, there was a lengthy debate panel discussion of the underlying 234 W. Michiqan Ave. 2465 W. Stadium Blvd.
and the vote was "far" from un- causes of environmental prob- d iRAsseCEEYTsiElntiRAnn Arbor
animous. lems will follow in the evening.ASTORE
One argument raised in the de- Workshops on Saturday will fo-
partmental debate was that elim c on therole of indivual cii- (Continued from P sageib)
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nation of letter grades would con- zens, government officials and < liee" tat Keley ad ditribted . .o.. ....... . vYi';s £ : +:. .t\ "i"F. ..;.u.
stitute a reduction of standards students in improving the envir- the newspaper.---.....
because teachers would be under onment. The teach-in will prob- A District Court examination on
pressure to pass borderline stu- ably climax with a major address the charge was held last October
dents. on man's future in the environ- before Elden. Calling six witness-
But Fusfeld has developed a ment. es to the stand, Shea contended
mechanism to avoid this problem. About 20 speakers whose names the picture was obscene and that,
Las tterm, students in Fusfeld's ' will be announced n e x t month' as owner and editor of the Argus,
Economics 201 class who would1 will be brought to Ann Arbor forKelley was criminally liable for its nn c 0i
have received D's or E's were given the teach-in. Defense Attorneys Marc Stick- Ann ounces O pen PeiN mnt
incompletes instead. This term, Since September natural re- ! gold and Munger argued that
these students have an opportunity sources students have planned the Shea had failed to prove either'a
to sign up for a "re-study, re- 1 teach-in. Students from outside that Kelley distributed the news-
axamination" course, w i t k a ' the school became involved in Oc- paper or that the picture in ques-
chance to improve their grade to tober when th first organizational tion was obscene by U.S. Supreme for
aC. meeting was held and Senators Court criteria.
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Hess appointed
Sign up for interviews at SGC offices, 1st floor, 1548 SAB
Robert L. Hess, director of the'
University 'Highway Safety R e -Petitions dueMonday, January 19, 5:00 P.M.
search Institute, has been appoint-
ed by President Nixon :to the com-
mittee which passes on highway
safety standards for the 50 states.

Censorship?
Army newescaster Spec. 5 Robert Lawrence, who recently charged
the, U.S. Command with censorship, announced at a news con-
ference yesterday that he will face court martial proceedings for
disobeying an order unrelated to his news program.
ALLEGED MASSACRE:
Two more charged
in My Lai incident

The Eighway Safety Advisory
Committee, which reports to the
President and Transportation Sec-
retary John Volpe, is made up of
several dozen experts from a 11
areas of traffic safety.

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OPENING 0 FRIDAY EVENINGS

UNION COFFEEHOUSE---

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C-ration and soda pop cans, dis-
charged in recent days by Amer-i
ican troops, bob in a watery shell
hole.
Arching bamboo shoots and wild
vegeation conceal much of .My
Lai's ruins. Built with brick and
cement-a sign of some prosperity
in this part of the world-almost
all of the hamlet's dwellings have
been reduced to one or two walls
and mounds of rubble.
One house with four walls in-
tact has been swept by fire, its
thatched roof collapsed. A rusty
mestal pot on what used to be a
doorstep is the only sign of habit-
ation.
Twice since, the sniper fire has
crackled outside My Lai's peri-
meter. And on Thursday, as visit-
ors were touring 'the hamlet, two
helicopter gunships swooped down
and pumped rockets and machine-
gun fire into a suspected enemy
position about a ;mile away.
"It was nothing," Roman ex-
plained. "Just a little operation
we've got going on."
As the new charges were an-
nounced, Army investigators who
have been trying, to determine
whether there was an attempted
coverup of mass killings at My Lai,
returned from a 12-day trip to
South Vietnam:
The group is headed by Lt. Gen.
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William R. Peers and his special-1
ly appointed civilian counsel, Rob-
ert MacCrate.
Pentagon officials said yester-
day that the Peers group has in-
terviewed 111 persons since its
formation last Nov. 24 by Army
leaders. Seventy witnesses have
been questioned in the United
States along with nine U.S. serv-
icemen ' and, 32 Vietnamese in
South Vietnam.
The Vietnamese quizzed by the,
Peers investigators recently in-
cluded village and hamlet chiefs
and residents of the My Lai area,
three national police officers; six
Viet Cong defectors and one Viet
Cong prisoner.

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