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lice objections by Recorder's Court
Judge George Crockett, who set up
emergency court after police held
all the 120 men, women/ and chil-,
dren who were in the church.
However; Viera was released
with police consent, even though
he has now been charged with the
murder of Patrolman Michael
Czapski. Hibbitt was charged with
assault to commit murder in the
shooting of j Patrolman Richard
Worobec. .,
Police Commissipner Johannes
Spreen yesterday said it was not
clear whether the two men for
whom John Doe warrants were
isued were among those taken in

the church.

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'IFC .hits
proposed,
1mM funds
By LANIE LIPPINCOTT
The Fraternity Representatives
Assembly, speaking for the In-
terfraternity Council, unanimous-
ly passed a motion yesterday to
4 protest the method of funding
the proposed multihiilliox1 dollar
intramural building program.
The Advisory Committee of Re-
creation, Intramurals, and Club
Sports plans to finance the build-
ings by a general student fee ass-
essmen of $15 per term which
would be added to tuition.
The proposal, presented by Jack
Brand, chairman of the Fraternity
Relations Committee, states, "In-
tramural facilities are needed, but
we also feel that the method of
funding this project must be ac-
ceptable to the students.
"The funding method which has
been proposed is a $15 .increase
per semester without any consul-
tation of the student body."
The motion urges the adminis-
tilation to call for a student re-
ferendum. "If the tax is levied
with a student referendum, we will
take action to oppose the funding
of. this project," the statement
adds.
Tom Mowry, external vice-presi-
dent of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil, .atd the report "said students
favored the proposal for funding,
even though many people at meet-
ings expressed objections."
Brand said the students on the
advisory committee favored the
proposed method of funding, but
he added "although it's being as-
sumed this is a representative
body, it's obviously not a very
representative viewpoint."
Brand said IFC's demand for
a referendum was "setting- a prece-
dent for any other spending of
this type where funds are spent
directly for students such as funds
to start a student book store."

Yesterday the operating guide-
lines for the state's new Judicial
Tenure Commission were approved
by the State Supreme Court and
the commission is now free to con-
sider complaints against Crockett.
Under the rules, however, the
commission may not reveal that it
is investigating a judge until a
preliminary private study is made.
Crockett set up court to insure
"prompt justice," and police ques-
tioned only his release of eight
of the men under a writ of habeas
corpus.
These men had been given ni-
trate tests to deternine if they
had fired a weapon, and Crockett
held that their civil rights had
been violated because they had
not been advised of their right to
an attorney before the tests were
made.,
Crockett has since been defend-
ed by three Detroit bar associa-
tions, and other members of the
legal profession, despite a storrm
of complaints from the communi-
ty.
Yesterday the Detroit branch of
the American Civil Liberties Union
strongly disapproved the misrep-
resentation of the case by news
media, notably the Detroit News,
and the Detroit Police Officers
Association.
"For several days . . . much of
the news media and the DPOA
continued to report that Crockett
has released all but three of those
arrested when in fact all but eight
of those released had been released
by the Police Department or by
the request and consent prosecutor
in open court," an ACLU state-
ment explained.
Caucus sets
Arb retreat
The Radical Caucus will spon-
sor a radical politics retreat in
the Arb tomorrow at 11 a.m.
The retreat will consist of five
workshops. These will discuss stu-
dent p o w e r, foreign affairs,
women's liberation, the university
and society, and relationships with
national radical organizations.
The foreign affairs workshop
will discuss the events of the past
year in France and Czechoslo-
vakia.
A possible sixth workshop will
discuss the broader implication of
the rent strike.
Paul Gingrich, Grad, a Radical
Caucus member, said the purpose
of the retreat is to "get a number
of studerts together to discuss
various issues which are impor-
tant on campus."
"We hope that by inviting other
groups we will have some inter-
esting debate on these issues," he
added.
Independent Socialists Club,
Student Government Council, Stu-
dents for a Democratic Society,
Tenant's Union and the Resistance
have been invited to participate.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 11
Day Calendar
Renaissance Society of America
North Central Conference: Registration:
Rackham Lobby, 8:15 a~m.
Institute for International Commerce
Seminar: W. A. Earl, Program Director,
"How to get into Export Marketing":
372 Graduate School of Business Ad-
ministration. 8:30 a.m.
South and Southeast Bag Lunch,
Amran Haim, Dept. of Linguistics,
"The Role of Indonesian Youth in the
Independence Movement", Lane Hall
Basement, noon.
Baseball: Freshmen vs. Varsity:
Doubleheader: 1:00 p.m.
g Poetry Reading: James Wright, Pro-
fessor of English, Hunter College, read-
ing his poetry: Multi-purpose Room,
Undergraduate Library, 4:10 p.m
Cinema Guild: "Muriel" directed by
Alain Resnais Architecture Auditor-
ium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
Colegium Musicum: Robert Warner,
musical director; Dale Bonge, assistant
musical director; Quillian Ditto, so-
prano: Rosemary Russell, mezzo-so-
prano; Katherine Hilgenberg, contralto;
Willis Patterson, bass; Esther Pease,
choregrapher; A concert of Renaissance
music and oMnteverdi's 11 Ballo della
Ingrate,, honoring the North Central
Renaissance, Cnference: Rackham Le-
ture Hall, 8:00 p.m.
University Players (Department of
Speech): Aristophanes' Lysistrata:
Trueblood Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Department of Linguistics, . English
Language Institute, Center for Research
on Language and Language Behavior
and Program in Psycholingustics Lec-
ture: Roman Jakobson, Harvard Uni-
versity and M.I.T., "The Path from In-
fancy to Language": Rackham Amphi-
theater, 8:00 p.m.
Degree Recital: Barbara Nissman,
piano: School of Music Recital Hll,
8:30 p.m.
General Notices
the Reagents on February 28, 1936:
Student Accounts: Your attention is
called to the following rules passed by
"students shall pay all accounts due
the University not later than the last
day of classes of each semester or sum-
mer session. Student loans which are
not paid or renewed are subject to
this regulation: however, student loans
not yet due are exempt. Any unpaid ac-
counts at the close of business on the
last day of classes will be reported to
the Cashier of the University and "(a)
All academic credits will be withheld,
the grades for the semester or summer
session just completed will not be re-
leased, and no transcript of credits will
be issued." "(b) All students owing
such accounts will not be allowed to
register in any subsequent semester or
summer session until payment has
been made."
Spring, Spring-Summer Registration
May 5, 1-4:30 p.m. May 6, 8-11:30 a.m.
and 1-4:30 p.m. Open Registration (No
alphabetic schedule). Late Registration
Fee of $15.00 becomes applicable at the
close of registration.
Registration Assistants needed. Apply
Room 119 L.S.&A. Building 8-11:30 a.m.
and 1-4:30 p.m. daily.
Special Astronomical Colloquium. On
Saturday, April 12. to be held at the
McMath-Hulbert Observatory, Lake An-
gelus Road, Pontiac, Michigan. Tour of

observatory facilities at 1:30 p.m. fol- "Etion: "Moral Outlook in the Novels of City of Flint Police Department, of-
lowed by colloquium at 3:00 p.m. "The Jean Giono: From the Pan Trilogy fers Summer Intern Program for Jrs.
Puzzling Increases in Solar Cosmic Through the Hussar Cycle," on Fri- and Srs. over 21.
Rays on January 28, 1967," by Dr. Helen day, April 11 at 4:00 p.m. in 2075 Frieze Camp Chateaugay, N.Y.: coed, open-
Dodson Prince, Associate Director, Mc- Building, Chairman: R. J. Nelson. ings fo trip master and men for coun-
Math-Hulbert Observatory. Barbara Nell Ramusack, History, selors to teach tennis, soccer and wat-
Dissertation: "Indian Princes as Im- erfront activities, contact John Stein-
Senate Assembly: Monday, April 14, perial Politicians, 1914-1939," on Mon- berg, 769-0748.
1969: 3:15 p.m. Rackham Amphitheater: day, March s24at 1:30 p.m. in Roam Burroughs Corporation, Detroit, Mich.
1. Consideration of the minutes of the 3609 Haven Hall, Chairman: J. H. offers students majoring in journalism
March 17, 1969, Assembly meeting. 2. Broomfield, or advertising, inteested in entering in-
Announcements & Communications. 3. dustry upon graduation, a summer
Maintenance and disclosure of faculty, working in advertising-public relations
records - Civil Liberties Board Re- Pla (cemfent atmosphere with staffs in Detroit, pre-
port (distributed with call to March fer juniors, will consider sophomores.
meeting). 4. Report of Assembly's By- GENERAL DIVISION Gennessee County Drain Commission,
laws Committee, dated 3/19/69, (enclos- 3200 S.A.B. Flint, Mich. offers positions for Civil
ed). 5. Report on the Interfaculty As-~ or Sanitary engrg. with two years
sociation. 6. Adjournment of 1968-19 Current Position Openings received by toward BSE, office and field work.
Senate Assembly. 7. Convening of 1969- General Division by mail and phone:
1970 Senate Assembly. 8. Election of please call 764-7460 for application de- _
three new members to SACUA. tails. _____________
Ar__mmr Aeronautical Syst. Div., Wright-Pat--
The Computer Center announces a terson AFB, Ohio: Positions in com-
question and answer session on PL/1 puter areas, engineering, all areas, oper,
in MTS. The audience will be expected res., general artist, translating Russian O rder
to be knowledgeable in the use of the and Chinese,'Physics, Chem.,Math.
MTS system. Methods of using PL/1 Midwest Research Institute, Kansas3
efficiently in MTS will be discussed. City, Mo.: Positions in Biol. Sci., Chem.,
The session will be held in Room 413 Econ., Engrg., and Mgmt, Set. Ace. de- YoUr
in the Physics Astronomy Bldg. from grees preferred.
3 until 5 p.m. on April 16. Questions Rohm and Haas Company, Phila., Pa.:
may be directed to Mr. Stewart Ro- Positions for BS/MS Chem., 0-5 years+
binovitz (Inter-University Consortium generallyP acologssE ESubscription
for Political Research), 764-8396 or 763- Engr. Phys., Mechan., CE, PhD in ChE,
1346. Phys. Chem., Plant Physiol., Pharrr.;
School of Nursing: Tuberculosis Test- State of Washington: Speech Ther.,T d
ing program -- Winter 1969. Fresh- Nursing, Lab asst., Occup. Ther., other
men: Tests: Monday, April 14, 1969 -- med. personrnel. Engineering Arch andt
Lobby, School of Nursing, 4-5:30 p.m. related positions. Employment Security
Readings: Wednesday, April 16, 1969- and Social Service areas.7
Lobby, School of Nursing, 4-5:30 p.m. City of Minneapolis: City Planner, for
Sophomore, Junior, Senior: Tests: Econ. land and bldg. use, urban renew-
Tuesday, April 15, 1969-Lobby, School al, population and socio-econ. factors,
of Nursing, 3:30-5:30. Readings: Thurs- Econ., Econ-Geog., Bus., or other re-
day, April 15, 1969: Lobby, School of lated degrees.
Nursing, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students may be Michigan. Blue Cross, Detroit, Mich.:
tested on either day, but it is hoped Cost and budget, internal audit, sr. ac-
that they will come on the day assigned ctg. spec.
if their schedule permits. Ren Plastics Inc., Lansing, Mich.:
Tchnical Services Chemist, EB8Chem.
or BSE in Che, with 1-3 years exper.,
Doctoral Exams may consider new grad.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
Joseuph Chi-Kan Huang, Oceano- 212 S.AB., Lower Level
graphy, Dissertation: "The Thermal Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville,
Current Structure in Lake Midbigan: A Tenn., offers summer openings for civ-
Theoretical Quasi-Homogeneous Model 11, electrical, and mechanical engineer-
Study," on Friday, April 11 at 3:00 p.m. ing students.;<
in 4072 East Engineering Building. Vista Iivision of OEO, Chicago, Ill.,
Chairman: J. C. Ayers. offers Summer Intern Program for
John Franklin Weeks, Economics, Dis- holders of bachelors degrees in area
sertation: "Wage Behavior, Rural-Ur- related to social welfare, of students in-
ban Income Trends, and Wage Policy terested in this area, also limited open-
in Nigeria," on Friday, April 11 at ings for undergraduates who have tak-
9:00 a.m. in the Center for Research en the Summer Employment Civil ser-
on Economic Developnient; 309 South vice Exam.
State Street, Chairman: E., J. Berg. General Electric Company, Chicago
Robert Byron Athanasiou, Social Psy- Heights, Ill., opportunities in assembly
chology, Dissertation: "Selection and and machine areas.
Socialization: A Study of Engineering Campbell, Wyant and Cannon Foun-
Student Attrition." on Friday, April . dry, Company, Muskegon, Mich., labor
11 at 10:00 a.m.' in Room 4110 I.S.R., type work, good hourly pay, starting
Chairman: T. M. Newcomb. immed. after exams.
David Kenoss Jefferson, Communiea
tion Sciences, Dissertation: "A Heuris
tic Programming System," on Friday, ORGANIZATION
Ouimet BuildingChairman: J. H. Hol-
land,
Jerry Ray Ehman, Astronomy, Disser-
tation: "Flux Densities of Planetary
Nebulae at 8.0 (1Hz and 16.2 GHz," on : ?".>:; . ;. ...":i':i:ii::? i>::
Friday, April 11 at 1:30 p.m. in Room.
955 Phypics-Astronomy Building, chair- U-M Libertarian League: Sun., April
man: F. T. Haddock 13, 2:00 p.m. 2X Union Two or three
Philip Myron Hosay,rDissertation: tapes by Ayan Rand, talk and:discus-
"The Challenge of Urban Poverty: slon on "Basic Flaws of Objectivism""
Charity Reformers in New York City, * * * *
1835-1890." on Friday, April 11 at 1:30 Baha'i Student Group: April 11, 8:00 NS
p.m. in 3609 Haven Hall, Chairman: p.m. 1474 Jewett St.: "How Women's
John Higham. Liberation Reveals the Dynamics of
Philip Haynes Lutes, Romance Lang- Oppression" - call 665-4676 for trans-
nave A ieratinep Trnch nissrta- nortation - all welcome.

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