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UST 11, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'U' Researchers Find
Indian Trade Relics

CREDENTIALS
Diggs 'Named to Committee

r Other items of interest uncov-
ered were elk antler sections:
which had been used to chip
flint, beaver incisors for fine chip-
ping work, a cache of turtle shells
with engraved designs similar to
those on the pottery, and a group
of six ceremonial projectile points,
also in the Illinois valley style.
Beneath this central mound.
largest of the Grand Rapids group,
the party found debris from a vil-
lage of Hopewell occupation, in-
cluding post holes which held tree
sections incorporated into a 15 by
22-foot rectangular building. And
under the Hopewell village (named
for an Ohio excavation site) they
found Early Woodland Indian ma-
terial which dates from about 500
1B.C.
"We think that the Indians in
the burial group probably came
up from the Illinois Valley, up the
Kanakee River, through Indiana
and into southwestern Michigan,'
Griffin conjectured.

EAST LANSING VP)-Michigan's
only Negro congressman, Rep.
Charles Diggs, Jr. (D-Detroit), wa,
picked Sunday to serve as one
of the state's two members on
the. credentials committee of the
Democratic National Convention.
The appointment puts Diggs in
what could be a key position
should a fight develop at the con-
vention later this month over
seating of Mississippi delegates.
Michigan, along with several
other states, is pledged to fight
for seating of a Mississippi dele-
gation which has Negro members,
calls itself the Freedom Democrats
and opposs the all-white regular
delegation.
Some observers predict this could
be one of the biggest battles of
the Democratic convention which
opens Aug. 24 in Atlantic City.
Big Battle
Diggs' selection for the creden-
tials committee came as the 102-
member Michigan delegation met
here to complete its pre-conven-
tion affairs.
The states in which Democrats
have formally endorsed the Free-

dom Democrats as the Mississippi
delegation are expected to carry
the fight to the convention floor
if the credentials committee ap-
proves the all-white delegation in-
stead.
Diggs acknowledged Sunday that
there is talk of a compromise in
which both delegations might be
seated, with their votes divided, as
a way of keeping peace in the
party.
'Too Soon'
But he said, "it's too soon to
talk about compromise," and add-
ed that Michigan could be expect-
ed to be "in the vanguard" if the
fight develops over the Freedom
Democrats.

Diggs said he would be
ing to take a leadership ro
pressing the demand for sea
the Negro delegates, either i
committee or on the floor.
At least one other membe
the Michigan delegation, De
Negro attorney Alphonso He
has expressed concern that N
gan Democrats might accede
compromise to keep intra-]
peace.
Harper said Sunday he st
not convinced that this won't
pen, despite assurances from o
party officials that a resolu
adopted by the June 13
convention commits the de
tion to back the Freedom D
crats all the way.

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