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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 21, 1969

Page Twc~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, June 21, 1q69

Police
control
question
(Continued from Page 1)
Rowry says, ,"The police have
always had an attorney to exam-I
inae r~ecords and investigate charg-
es. Let the police attorney be re-
placed by 'a city attorney *who
could make' recommendations di-
rectly to council or the mayor.",
Cappaert also suggests, estab-
lishment of a police commissioner
to work in conjunction with t h 0
present police chief and to be di-
rectly responsible to the mayor for
police operations.
"We had a police commission in
the 1940's but eliminated it when
we adopt~d a city management,
form of government," he explains.
Cappaert ~says "it is important
to have an effective and good po-
lice force and that requires a
public that accepts criticism as'ne-,
cessary,"
"We don't have a sound pro-
-gram yet because. of a sort of local
sentiment that one ought ,not to
meddle~. Harvey='doesn't: add any-
thing to this scene;" he adds.
At a *Redica J Caucus meeting
last night, 25 members voted to
demand community' control of
police an~d 'write up a. leaflet ana-
lyzing the events of the past few
days on South University

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BULLETEN

Placement Service
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Announcement: Oral Examination for
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IMonday, June 23. Inquire at Placement
( Continued on Page 3}

1SATURDAY, JUNE 21

Anued from Page 1)

certain circumstances: extremely
high concentration of agent or
highly susceptible victim, such as
the very young, the very old or
the very sick."
rHersh points to this as one of
the chief dangers of using CS gas.
He said police usually are nob,
experienced in use df gas, and
even G.U.s in Vietnam ' 'ho have
had more experience still 'have
.difficulty controlling teargas.
CS gas is used extensively in
Vietnam and 50 pounds were re-
cently sprayed- from helicopters
Delay vote.
bnlookstore'
? Continued from Page, 1)
recent bolstering of security pre-
cautions in the campus area.,
Pierpont said that last fall, af-
ter negotiations with the Ann Ar-
bor police, two patrol cars were
added to the forces assigned, to
patrol the campus area from 8
a.m. to dawA.' And two more cars
were added recently for the same
shift, he said.,
Thus, said' Piexrpont, "' the at-
tention of city police to ,the cam-
;pus area has increased quite dras-
tically."
In addition, Pierpont said' there

during the people's park disorder
at Berkeley. While it is used 'in ;Day Calendar
~Vietnam and was used at Berkeley~
and now in Ann Arbor, a recent Cinema Guild: Greta Garbo, Robert
report of the Berkeley conflict by Taylor and Lionel Barrymore in Ca-
Sheldon Moliii and John Scharr mille, directed by George Cukor: Ar-1
in the. New York Reviewv of Books chitecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05
asserts that CS gas is, outlawed p.m.
in warfare by the Geneva con- SUNDAY, JUNE 22
(vention. :MONDAY, JUNE 23
But this point of international No events scheduled.
law is subject to interpretation.
Benjamin Forman, assistant gen- General Nl'otices
eral counsel for international af--___
fairs, told The Daily yesterday The University of Michigan Senate
that there is no specific reference Assembly, Monday, June 23, 1969, 3:151
in any Geneva agreements against p.m. East Conference Room~, 4th floor
Rackham. The meeting of June 16th
teargas. He said the wording 1 will be continued on Monday, June
general and outlaws "asphyxiating 23rd to. discuss and act on the 'Re-?
gas." port of the Ad Hoc Committee to Draft
Forman said that the U.S. gov- Regental tiyaws.
erment does not recognize' tear- D co a x m
gas 'in this category though per- Dct
haps other governments do. For- {I__
man, said tha~t since teargas is; Jose Miguel Coblan, Industrial En-
used by local. agencies against1 gineering, Dissertation: "Optimal Op-
citiens theU.S goernmnt oeseration of Pumped Storage Hydroelec-
citiens th U.. gvermen dos Itric Systems,? "on Monday, June 23 at
not feel that it would be an illegal 10:00 a.m. in 124 West Engineering.
weapon against an enemy. Chairman: R. C. Wilson.
Whoever in fact used the gas in Nell MacKewan Kettlewell, Psychol-
Ahn Arbor, its actual physiological °g' Dissertation: "corneal Deafferen-
tation. and the Development of the
danger, and to what degree it is Classically Conditioned, Nictitating
outlawed by the Geneva conven- im an:mbranie Response," on Monday, June
tion' are all points "open for debate. 2 at 11:00 aa.m. in 3439 Mason Hall,
Tl~eonl thng hatis crtan Cairan:J. D. Papsdorf.
is ny hn thatee f ~gsis mren Donald Gerard Dugas, Romance Lang-,
is tat een i CSgas S moe ,ages & iteratures: French, Disserta-
dangerous than C~N gas, it is, now L ion: "Some Functions of De in
being employed in "riot" control" , French: A Case Analysis," on Monday,
plans in Ann Arbor. ;June 23 at 3:00 p.m. in 3050 Frieze
i , s Building, Chairman: Raleigh Morar ,
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