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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Ter THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CALIF. TRIAL:

Angela Davis wants
Reagan subpoenaed

SAN JOSE, Calif. () - Angela
Davis told a court hearing yester-
day she would subpoena Gov. Ron-
ald Regan to testify about his role
in what she says is a state con-
spiracy against her.
The 28-year-old black revolu-
tionary also told why she fled Cal-
British i
embassy '
set afire
(Continued from Page 1)
be one broadly acceptable to both
communities (Catholic and Protes-
tant) and to Parliament and the
people of Britain."
Under skies as black as its mood,
Londonderry slumped into mourn-
ing for Sunday's dead. Shivering
crowds, estimated at 10,000 peo-
ple, packed narrow streets and
converged on the hillside where 11
bodies were interred. Two victims
were to be buried separately.
The cortege wound its way slow-
ly from St. Mary's Church high in
the Roman Catholic Creggan dist-
rict, to the cemetery on a steep
hill lashed by sleet borne on the
winds from Lough Foyle.1
Commercial and business life
was at a standstill in the city
where 40,000 of the 56,000 popula-
tion are Catholic. It was a civil
rights campaign by Catholics, a
minority to Protestants in North-
ern Ireland as a whole, that first
exploded intosviolence in London-
derry 2/ years ago.
SIn Belfast, battle-scarred cap-
ital of Nothern Ireland, the dayI
of mourning brought no respite
from violence.
Gunshots from guerrilla raiders
ripped into a British army post in
Ballymurphy, a stronghold of the
Irish Republican Army (IRA) in
its fight to bring Northern Ire-
land under Irish republic rule.
Smit eyes
election
(Continued from Page 6)
calls for "a public expression of
support for continued legislative
gain in the environmental area
or else we're in deep trouble as
far as getting good legislation
passed."
On the issue of the women's
movement, Smit's opinions place
him decidedly in the moderate
camp.
While seeing the movement as
"basically healthy," Smit be-
lieves its relevance is mainly in
the area of equal employment
opportunities and objects when
'some of our womenfolk get
overly-zealous, losing their femi-
nity which I believe all men
admire."
In the area of drugs, while
seeing the recent reduction of
penalties for marijuana posses-
sion as "a giant step for Mich-
igan," Smit said further liberal-
ization is not feasible at present.
"I do not support the elimina-
tion of legal barriers against
drug sale and drug use at this
time," he says. "One of the main
dangers would be the increased
availability to junior high school
and elementary kids if drugs be-
come readily available on any
legitimate market."

ifornia after an Aug. 7, 1970,
shootout at a San Rafael court-
house.
"I distrust the judicial system so
much, so thoroughly," she said,
"that I left California, not because
I was guilty, but because I was
innocent and I feared the judicial
system "
Davis spoke during pretrial
hearings as defense attorneys
sought a change in trial site and
asked the court to pay defense
costs.
Outside the courthouse, sheriff's
deputies arrested six persons on
charges of interfering with court
processes. On Monday, 18 persons
demonstrating in support of Davis
were arrested.
Davis, a former UCLA philos-
ophy instructor, is charged with
murder, kidnap and conspiracy in
the San Rafael violence. Four per-
sons, including a judge, were
killed.
She is accused of furnishing four
guns and helping plot an aborted
escape by two convicts.
Davis told Superior Court Judge
Richard E. Arnason that the state
is conspiring to oppress her, blacks
and the poor.
"We will contend that Gov. Ron-
ald Reagan has played no small
role in this conspiracy," she said,
adding that Reagan would be sub-
poenaed to testify on how he
"aided and abetted this conspir-
acy."
She asked the court to name her
four attorneys as court-appointed,
allowing the state to pay all de-
fense costs. She said she did not

Abortion
law drive
.6
continues
(Continued from Page 1)
ture has 40 days to act on the
petition. If it rejects the petition
or does not act within that time,
the issue goes directly to the vot-
ers of the state as a ballot refer-
endum.
Senator Gilbert Bursley (R-
Ann Arbor), longtime advocate of
abortion reform, said he expects
the referendum to carry by about
60 per cent, if it's placed on the
ballot.
The last abortion referendum,
conducted in Washington state,
passed with 56 per cent of the
vote.
If passed, the proposed measure
would replace the 125-year old
law which permits abortion only
if the mother's life is endangered.
The legalization of abortion, ac-
cording to Bursley, would cut the
cost of the operation from the
present minimum of $250 for an
out-of-state abortion to a maxi-
mum of $150.
Spokesmen for the abortion re-
form petition drive expressed op-
timism, saying that students as
well as Republicans and Demo-
crats are working hard on the is-
sue.
The issue, they said, is faring
especially well in urban centers
of the state.
Ann Arbor has already attained
well over the minimum quota it
has been given, according to Judy
Wood of the local Planned Parent-
hood.
Bills for abortion reform have
been brought up in the legislature
since 1968 but have always been
defeated, although the proposals
have evolved to be more and more

Five more Berrigan
trial jurors selected

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (P) - Five
more persons were accepted as
potential jurors yesterday in the
conspiracy trial of the Rev. Philip
Berrigan and six other anti-war
activists.
Those accepted were a woman
whose four sons were conscientious
objectors, a man who said the
New degree
studied
(Continued from Page 1)
University and Western Mich-
igan University, Storey said.
The formulation of a joint
state-wide television n e t w o r k
would also be a money saver,
according to Storey.
"To my knowledge," he said,
"no university could finance the
project individuplly."
The role of the state Depart-
ment of Education in implement-
ing the proposals may be cause
for concern to some University
administrators.
The fear has been expressed
by administrators tlat the De-
partient of Education may be
planning on taking central re-
sponsibility for the program.

Vietnam war was a mistake, an-
other man who said "I'd like to
see the war over," a man who said
he wasn't in a position to say if
the war was right or wrong, and
a 24-year-old woman employed by
the local welfare board.
Five other prospects were ex-
cused as U.S. District Court Judge
Dixon Herman, defense attorneys
and prosecutor began questioning
a fresh panel of 65 persons. A
total of 305. have been asked to re-
port for jury duty so far.
Herman hopes to complete se-
lection of a preliminary panel 'of
60 potential jurors, from which 12
jurors and six= alternates would be
selected, by the end of the week.
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