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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, July 10, 1969

theatre

LA W ENFORCEMENT CON TROL:

Piece
Opening tomorrow night1 at
the Ark is a special dramatic
presentation, Delivered Into
Resistance.
Organized by the Detroit Re-
sistance in order to inform and
educate the general public,, the;
presentation tells the story of
and behind the draft fesistance
movement.A
Delivered Into Resistance is
traveling around the country

de Resistance

Harvey, Harris face struggle

presenting benefits for the "DC
Nine" and "Chicago 15," two
groups of draft protesters now
facing trials for anti-war activi-
ties.
The presentation was com-
piled from the writings of sev-
eral groups of persons-many of
them clergy - who have been
convicted or are on trial for
anti-draft protests, including
the Chicago and District of Co-

.music
Stanly Quartet
Te T o .to comel,
The Stanley Quartet, assisted by violist Clyn Barrns, will give
two free concerts during the summer term: one on Wednesday,
July 16 and one Wednesday, Aug. 6. Both concerts are scheduled for
8 p.m. in Rackham Lecture Hall.
Members of the Stanley Quartet are violinists Gilbert Ross and
Gustave Rosseels, violist Robert Courte, and cellist Jerome Jelinek.
The program for July 16 will be Quartetsatz in C minor by'
Schubert, Quartet $o. 2 by Barto , aiid Quintet in C Major by Mo-
zart.
For Aug. 6, it will be Quartet in E-flat Major by B ethoven,
Quartet No. 2 by Roberto Gerhard, and Quintet in G Major by
Brahms. Gerhard's piece was conmissioned by the University, and
dedicated to the Stanley Quartet when'it was written in 1961.

lumbia groups, the Catonsville
Nine, New York Five, Baltimore
Four and probably the best-
known of all the protesters, the
Milwaukee 14.
Delivered Into Resistance is
divided into two parts..One is a
dramatic reading of the writings
of these protesters, along the,
lines of In White America. The
other half .of the presentation
is a pantomime.
The actors are all profes-
sionals who organized the. pre-
sentation because friends of
theirs were among those arrest-
ed in the Chicago 15. They de-
cided to utilize their dramatic
skills to help the Resistance ef-
fort, explains actor D avid
Laundra.dt
Delivered Into Resistance or-
iginated in Detroit, on the
Wayne State University campus.
Ann Arbor is the show's first
road stop.
'The #'presentation is then
scheduled to play in Cleveland,
Chicago and Washington, D.C.
Delivered Into Resistance will
be in Ann Arbor at the Ark all
this weekend, with performances
at 8 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday
and.Sunday. The Ark is located
at 1421 Ujill St.
A $1 donation will be request-
ed, with all proceeds going to
the defense funds.

(Continued from Page 1)
Police Chief Walter Krasny
meanwhile has played the man in
the middle-attempting to main-
tain the barest relationship be-
tween his angry police force and
an administration trying desper-
ately to exert some control over it.
But he cannot side with City
Hall for long. "Krasny can't last
out against Harvey," predicts
a Democratic councilman. "Not
when his own men - are against
Harris.
"He'll have to move over to
Harvey's side," the councilman
concludes.
If Harris ever faced a virtual

mutiny by his own police, specu-
lates the source, the only recoursel
open would be an overhaul of theI
department - replacing Krasny
and possibly City Administrator
Guy Larcom, who city officials
say is the one administration man
left with' some police goodwill.
In other words, a complete
sweep. "And that, says the offic-
ial. "would be political suicide."
With little legal sanction to
choke Harvey's power, Mayor
Harris would have only one other
possible weapon in a power con-
frontation: a public declaration
denouncing Harvey and asking the
public and politicians to rally to,

Bishop bound over
for murder trial

the city's side. But it would do no
good, say city politicians.
"Public appeals like that don't
swing public opinion one bit," says
Cappaert. "If anything, it would
harden Harvey's support."
And what if President Robben
Fleming and the Regents threw
theirycollective , weight against
Harvey, perhaps threatening to
withhold the University's annual
$200,000 contribution to police
budgets? They wouldn't.
"Fleming is an extremely, un-
popular man in Ann Arbor," says
Cappaert. "One more confronta-
tion like on South University and
he's in trouble."
So the city and the University
say they must wait and hope the
next confrontation never comes.
In the meantime, the adminis ra-
tion stresses the necessity for co-
operation with Harvey-which
appears difficult in view of past
efforts (Cappaert recalls that
when the Democratic executive
committee attempted twice to talk
with Harvey about controversial
issues in recent years, the sheriff
denounced its' members as "pink-
Os," -told them to go to hell and
stomped out of their meeting.)
If and when the confrontation
does come, there will be no guar-
antee that Harvey will not emerge
on top.
"Harvey's in for good," con-
cludes a city attorney. "Unless he
makes one really stupid move."

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Audio-Visual Education Center Sum-
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State of Mind, The Hat, and notes on
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General Notices
Astronomy Department Visllters'
Nights. Friday, July 11, 8:00: p.m., Aud.
B, Angell Hall. James Loudon will,
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After the lecture, the movie "Apollo
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photographs of an Apollo flight will
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U of M Folk pancing Club: Regular
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students and faculty welcome.
U of M Chess Club Meeting on July
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Doctoral Exams
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(Continued from Page 1)
spoke of earlier as David and that
both the man and woman had
blond hair. Bishop also said, "This
girl has been going to college for
eight years. . " but he did not
finish the sentence,,Shewcraft re-
ported.
Judith' Rubin, 21, a student in
the music school and Miss Phil-
lips' roommate, testified at the
examination that at midnight Miss
Phillips answered their apartment
door and let someone in.
Miss' Rubin said she heard voices
from 'Miss Phillips' room but
couldn't: hear what they said,"
The voices were not raised but
were in "no mal conversation,"
she said.
After 10 minutes, she heard
"two or three' shots and then
footsteps down the hall and out
the "door. She called a friend then
to notify the police.
Miss Rubin said she had never
seen or met Bishop before.
Sgt. Harold Rady of the Ann
~arbor: City Police, one of several,
officersiwho answered a police
call, said he found a cup of warm
coffee in Miss Phillips' room.
Det. Eugene Weiler from the
State Crime Laboratory in Ply-
mouth, said he processed the fin-
gerprints on the cup and -claimed
they bore points of similarity to
Bishop's prints taken after his
arrest. Weiler said there were no
points of difference.
Defense Attorney Ralph Keyes

objected to Delhey's introduction
of the coffee cup and negatives
of the finger prints as evidence
because the cup had not been in
Weiler's "physical possession" all
the time until it was examined
for prints. Elden overruled the
objection on the grounds that the
cup had been 'lockedin the detec-
tive's car trunk when not in his
"physical possession."
Keyes did not call any witnesses
at the preliminary examination,
because he said the hearing is a
"testing of strength of the prose-
cution's evidence."
Keyes did object to the charge
of first degree, murder, claiming
the , prosecution had not shown
there were "elements of murder,"
and that Miss Rubin's statement
that the voices she heard were
not raised indicated there was no
malice.
However, although Keyes asked
the charge be reduced to man-
slaughter, he asserted this did not
mean the defendant was pleading
guilty.
Elden overruled his objection,
claiming that Shewcraft's testi-
mony "satisfies the court that
there are questions about. pre-
meditation."
Police skindivers, meanwhile,
spent the third straight day yes-
terday searching the Huron river
unsuccessfully for the .22 caliber
gun believed to be the murder
weapon.

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