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AN ASSAULT
ON JUSTICE
See Editorial Page

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GOOD )DAY SUNSHINE
Hi-85
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Yesterday to be held over unless
cancelled by showers tonite

Vol LXXIX, No. 55-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, July 31, 1969 Ten Cents
Howcan 'U'bring WillowRun to Ann Ar
By MARTIN HIRSCHMAN "In the University," explains Norman, and life styles" and produce "some interest- the absence of a department of applied a half ago bec
This summer, over a year after the "everything in the deparment is the stand- ing guidelines" for improving the situation. physics in the University. versity-sponsore
University's short-lived classified research ard. People in the laboratories feel like The committee recently filed its recom- There had been speculation that the ject in Thailan
controversy, Vice President for Research second class citizens - which they are if mendations with Norman, but the vice study committee chaired by Macnee might vices in the na
A. Geoffrey Norman is attempting to en- you use the standards of the department." president has yet to release them, and com- recommend creation of an applied physics more correlatic
gineer a basic shift in the relationship be- And for a number of reasons, Norman mitte chairman Allan Macnee of the en- department in the engineering college, but of the discipli
tween Willow Run Laboratories and rele- notes, there is "a degree of polarization" gineering college declines to do so without there are now indications that the com- "Our interest
vant academic units. in the relations between academic units and Norman's approval. mittee took a broader view and did not plains Acting]
related laboratories in the University. In But even before the study committee make such a firm suggestion. mostly in the
But unlike the radicals and liberals who addition to the geographical separation was conceived, there were indications that, Meanwhile, in the three other disciplines sources, specifi
sought to abolish classified projects and of the divisions, the professional orienta- in some areas at least there has been a involved, faculty members report a small- penings like fi
end University ties with the laboratory, tion of those involved is quite different- growing, though limited relationship be- scale, but growing interaction with WRL. tion."
Norman is seeking instead to catalyze "a researchers emphasize only the production tween WRL and related academic units. The natural resources school has ap- Preston cites
closer coupling between the elements of of knowledge, while those in the depart- As Norman describes it, research in WRL parently been the most sucessful in devel- ship with Will
Willow Run and the departments." ments seek a balance anong research, -which takes place both on North Campus oping close ties with laboratory researchers. of years." And
The vice president's primary goals in this teaching and other academic functions. and at the research center at the Univer- And the interest of the school in WRL three WRL rem
area are to provide increased participation In part to lessen this polarization--as soty-owned Willow Run Airport in Ypsi- activities is also the most recent-spurred taken on part-
by research personnel in the academic well as to "maximize the academic values lanti-divides into four fields: electrical by the fairly new developments in the use school, bringin
mainstream of the University and to at the Willow Run Labs"-Norman earlier engineering, natural resources, geophysics of infrared technology for the construction ing such share
ameliorate the stigma that Norman says this summer created a small committee of and applied physics. of remote sensing devices. In the field
the social structure of academia now places engineering professors and WRL research- Perhaps the greatest barrier to inte- Although remote sensing techniques on campus by
A.Geoffrey Norman on these researchers. ers to "explore differences in objectives grating laboratory work into academics is gained infamy onthis campus a year and See 1

Four Pages
bor?
ause of their use in a Uni-
ed counter-insurgency pro-
d, application of these de-
tural resources school finds
n to the traditional topics
ne.
in this' development," ex-
Dean Stephen Preston, "is
inventory of natural re-
cally the detection of hap-
es and changes in popula-
a "close working relation-
ow Run Labs for a number
in the past year, he 'adds,
ote sensing researchers have
-time appointments in the
g the number of those hold-
d assignments to four.
of geophysics-represented
a segment of the geology
RINGING, Page 3

COMPROMISE:
Dems
surtax

accept,
plan

WASHINGTON P - Senate Democratic leaders agreed
late yesterday to support a six-months' surtax extension and
moved for a floor vote on it today.;
Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.), put aside an-
tiballistic missing legislation and arranged for a debate start-
ing at 12 noon on the embattled tax measurq.
But Mansfield stressed that he believed an understand-
ing had been reached only to pass a six-months continuance
of the income surtax.
Republicans, however, said they would offer amendmentsj
in an attempt to obtain the full year's extension sought by
President Nixon and for repeal of the seven per cent invest-
ment credit, also sought by the President.
But Mansfield made it clear he is counting on defeat of

. U. case
dismissed.
A felony charge against Robert
Gustafson for violating the so
called 1968 Michigan riots and un-
lawful assemblies act was dis-
missed yesterday in District Court
because of lack of witnesses.
The charges against Gustafson,
who was arrested during the June
incidents on South University,
carry a maximum penalty of 10
years in jail and/or a $10,000 fine.
According to the 1968 act, "it
is unlawful and constitutes the
crime of riot for five or more per-
sons acting in concert to wrong-
fully engage in violent condluct
and thereby intentionally or reck-
lessly cause or create a serious risk
irq of public terror or alarm."

these amendments. He appar-
ently expected to rally all of
the Democrats to support him
since he said he had the un-
animous backing of his Policy
Committee and of Democrats
on the Finance Committee.
The logjam over the surtax was.
broken when the Democrats de-t
cided to extend their compromise
offer to six months, or Dec. 31,
from the five months they had!
been insisting on for the p a s t
week.
The day's skirmishing touched
off a sharp intraparty r o w be-'
tween House and Senate Demo-
cratic leaders, however, with Rep.
Hale Boggs of Louisiana, the!
House Democratic whip, firing a
charge of brinknanship at Mans-'
field.
Mansfield denied that the five-
montI extension offered by the
Senate Democrats, later stretched
to six months, was an "ultima-
tum."

State
over ii
By JUDY SARASOHN
Gov. William Milliken yes-
terday placed the search for
the murderer or murderers of
seven young women slain in
the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area
under the direction of State
Police Director Fredrick Da-
vids.
Milliken also requested the Fed-
eral Bureau of Investigation to
take an official part in the inves-
tigation. The FBI is expected to
decide today whether it can leg-
ally assume a major role in the
hunt for the murderer.
Milliken said yesterday that af-
ter meeting with.Atty. Gen. Frank
Kelley Monday, he decided "to in-
voke a long standing statute and
put Col. Davids in charge of the
investigation."
Previously, the murder investi-
gation was coordinated by County
Prosecutor William Delhey a n d
personnel were contributed to a
command center by area police
agencies, including officers from
the State Police.
Both Milliken and Kelley said
that this "move did not indicate
any dissatisfaction with the in-
vestigation of the local officials.
However, County Sheriff Douglas
Harvey recently has drawn much*
criticism for his handling of the
investigation thus far.
Undersheriff Harold Owings Jr.
* did not respond enthusiastically to
the governor's decision. He claimed
that there are ,"only a certain
number of universal police proce-
dures" which can legally be used
rin a police investigation.
Milliken also said that he and
watvhnV t Pl nr hed and

i

pQssible

police
liurder

take
hunt;

-Associated Press
GOV. WILLIAM MILLIKEN, left and Atty. Gen. Frank Kelley, center, announce yesterday that
State Police authorities will take control of the search for the killer of seven women slain in the
Ann Arbor area. Col. Frederick Davids, State Police director, right, will head the investigation.
Milliken has also requested the Federal Bureau of Investigation to take an official part in the in-
vestigation. U.S. Atty. Gen. John Mitchell said yesterday FBI officials will give the governor's re-
quest top priority and will decide today if they can legally enter the murder probe.

A UG. 8 DEADLINE:

Registration

by mail

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lines

Thus far in 10 South University This was beforA -1aX'ddle-nth
trials, five people have been con- This was before a huddle in the
victed, f o u r acquitted and one office of Sen. Everett M. Dirksen By LAURIE HARRIS
case which ended in a hung jury of Illinois, the Senate Republican Attempts to reduce the endless
was later dropped for lack of evi- leader, and the subsequent an-
waslatr doppd fr lck f ei-nouncement of the six-mnonth of- registration lines at Waterman
dence. At least four other cases fer. Dirksen had said he would ac- Gym have been a success, Univer-
have een ismised.cept a five-,month extension but sity staff members say.
The most recent convictions oc- he pinte hat i s s The response to registration by
curred July 9 when District Judgehe pointed outethdtnthihad been
S.J Ede setece tw prsnsrejected by President Nixon. mail, instituted for the first time
S.J. Elden sentenced two persons this summer, "is great," claims
found guilty of misdemeanors. The House measure, passed University Registrar D o u g 1 a s
Kent Livingston, 17, was found earlier this month, provides for Woolley. He believes that more
guilty of creating a disturbance on extension of the surtax at 10 per than 90 per cent of all students
July 2 and was sentenced to 14 cent for the last six months of this including transfers will be regist-
days in jail to be served on week- year and at 5.per cent for the first ered early.
ends, and $230 in fine and court half of 1970, as was proposed by Woolley says pre-classification
costs. the administration. and the new registration have been
Diane Bennham, 25, was found It also provides for an end to so successful that only two days
guilty of creating a contention the seven per cent investment tax of regular registration are sched-
and was ordered to spend 30 days credit for businesses and for the uled for the fall term instead of
in the county jail and pay $240 in removal of taxes for many low in- the usual three and a half.
fines and court costs. come citizens. All students who pre-classified
LEFTOVER DRIVER FEES.

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should have received their regis- some colleges processed 100 per
tration forms in the mail. To reg- cent of their students. Only about
ister early, they must return the 12 per cent of the graduate stu-
forms to the registrar with their dent pre-classified, however,
ID cards by Aug. 8 although ma-' Any changes in class elections
terials will be acceptedhuntil Aug. will have to wait until regular
13, if postmarked by Aug. 8. registration in September, Wool-
Students in the Ann Arbor area ley says,
can bring their forms into room Although both Stewart and
514 of the LSA Bldg. in the morn- Woolley agree there are problems
ing from 8:15-9:50 and 10:20- to work out in the new system-
12:15 and in the afternoon from many students do not have an
1-2:15 and 3:20-3:50. up-dated address in University

-Daily-Larry Robbins
REV. ERWIN GAEDE addresses a memorial service for the seven
slain coeds yesterday. A march to protest County Sheriff Douglas
Harvey's handling of the murder investigatiofis was cancelled.
PO'lice questionl
Monroe suspect',

According to plan the office of
the registrar will confirm each
students registration in a letter to
be sent out before Aug. 22. The
letter willuinclude the student's
validated ID and a dormitory-tui.
tion fee statement where neces-
sary.
In addition to receiving his reg-
istration materials, each student'
will receive a coupon to purchase
football tickets.
To further speed up student pro-
cessing, Dr. Ernest Zimmerman.
assistant to the vice president for
academic affairs, says housing and
tuition fees will be combined into
one bill and paid together in three
installments. Payments will be due

files, for example-both agree
that any process which reduces
past registration logjams is an
advance.
However. both agree the Uni-
versity must work out its own pat-
tern of registration "based on the
needs of the University."

jKelley nave LeiegrapaFrom Wire Service Reports
phoned U.S. Atty. Gen. John
Mitchell to request,the "full en- Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter Krasny, County Sheriff
volvement of the FBI." Douglas Harvey and a state trooper left Hazard, Ky., yester-
"Atty. Gen. John Mitchell as- i day evening after interrogating a man who had reportedly
sured us of the federal govern- confessed to one of seven murders of young women in the
ment's desire to cooperate in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area in the last two years.
fullest extent possible and said the
specific request for FBI involve- Krasny said last night there wasinot eniough evidence to
ment would get a very early re- issue a warrant, but he said police in Ann Arbor will check
sponse," Milliken said. a out some information concerning the suspect, Michael Allan
Mitchell may rule for FBI par- Moore, 19.
ticipation on the basis of possible ore19
kidnapping and holding victims for Hazard police had arrested Moore Monday on charges of
more than 24 hours. reckless driving and carrying a concealed weapon. With
Moore in Kentucky were two

100 neomie attend Diasei

teenage girls who had
away from Dundee, Mich.

$150, 000

n o takers

.4. By DANIEL ZWERDLING
Over $150,000 of student
money is sitting unused in a
.University bank account-but
no administrator knows exactly
what to do with it.
The money represents what is
left of the obsolete student driv-
ing registration fee, discontinued
in 1968 by the now defunct stu-
dent traffic advisory committee.
Student Government Council
recommended use of the money
to help finance a University
hnkstnre hut the Regents re-

Since then, the money has
been sitting quietly, drawing in-
terest but until recently slowly
dwindling as the University pull-
ed salaries from it to administer
the fund.
Brown's office now doesn't
know what to do with the $150,-
000. "We're authorized to use it
only for administrative work
and parking," says Brown. "This
office has no plans to use any of
that money."
Acting Vice President for Stu-
dent Afairs Barbara Newell says.

area, and the area near the IM
bldg.
The parking fund started
growing in the 1950's when stu-
dents were required to pay $7
registration fees for driving
privileges. A student committee'
discontinued the practice last
year after several groups threat-
ened to sue the University for
illegal taxing.
Fifteen thousand dollars in
the fund comes from the auc-
tion sale each year of unclaim-
Pd hieveq. anconring tro rowAn

marc1 to
By MARCIA ABRAMSON
Some 100 persons gathered

at the end of September, October the Diag yesterday at noon
and November. a memorial service for the se
Because this is the first time for young women who have been m
Becusethi isth fist imefI dered in the Ann Arbor-Ypsila
early registration by mail, Wool- are ding the An Arbonphs
Icy believes "it's going to be fun.E area during the last 26 months.
But it's going to raise some ques- But a planned m a r c h to
Btion as doesny ne pomces County J a i 1 to protest Cou
Lions as does any new process." Sheriff Douglas Harvey's handl
One of the most important of the murder investigations
things to be worked out is creating never held because the pro
a "lno ofoa-mnn+4nn ait - ,ae 1- lo to nffat.inr'-c

-Although the girls had original-
Moore said he had killed a girl
in Ann Arbor, yesterday they
changed their story and claimed
he told them he killed a girl at
have voiced strong opposition to rial service were the Rev. Erwin Detroit Beach.
Oi Harvey, including Radical Caucus Gaede and the Rev. Craig Ham- DAfter hearing the girls' reports,
for and the White Panther Party. mond. Both criticized the conduct Hazard police notified Krasny and
ven Many members of those two of the investigation, and cited the Harvey, who along with a state
ur- groups were unaware of the plan- fact that state authorities have trooper flew immediately to Haz-
anti ned march because RECALL de- taken over the search as proof of ard Monday night.'
cided to hold it late Tuesday Harvey's mishandling. Krasny would not say whether
the night. "Harvey used police dogs at the Moore denied or confirmed that
nty The march was prompted in welfare protests, but he didn't use he had been involved in any of
ling part by reports that a suspect them to try to catch the murderer the area murders.
was had escaped from a trap set in in the ravine," Hammond said. Blood sample tests have been
test the ravine where the latest victim "More can be done. We need made on a, hunting knife which
rnei was fAnd. Sheriff's dpnuties an- nrofessionalism in this search." he m fWnnuender the frnnt seat nf

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