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U OF M FOLKLORE SOCIETY Presents
New Lost City Ramblers
Old Time String Band Music at its very best
Sat., March 18-8:30 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
ALL SEATS $3.00-only a few hundred left
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT:
ANN ARBOR FOLKLORE CENTER, 516 East WNilliam
1 1-7 P.M.
ann arbor film cooperative
ROD STEIGER and SIDNEY POITIER
IN-THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT

news brie fs
by The Associated Press
FBI INFORMER BOYD DOUGLAS collected a $200 reward
in the capture of Rev. Daniel Berrigan while acting as an in-
former against Rev. Philip Berrigan, testimony at the trial of
the Harrisburg seven disclosed yesterday.
Douglas expressed complete surprise at hearing that he was the
one who led to the capture of the Catholic militant. He admitted he
had received $200 but said, "I had no idea what it was for."
Douglas is the star government witness against Berrigan and
his six co-defendants, accused of plotting to kidnap Henry Kissinger,
to blow up heating tunnels in Washington, D.C., and to destroy draft
board records in nine states.

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Ann Arbor, Michigan Thursday, March 16, 1972
JACKSON STATE

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dir. by NORMAN JEWISON
WINNER OF FIVE ACADEMY AWARDS THE SENATE, voting 53-33, passed and sent to President
Nixon a bill to raise the ceiling on the national debt limit to
TONIGHT! MARCH 16TH ONLY! $450 billion.
auditorium a angell hall The House Democratic caucus adopted by voice vote a resolu-
tion telling President Nixon that the next increase, due before June
7 & 9:30 P.M. 35 MM COLOR STILL ONLY 75c 30, would be jeopardized unless he backs legislation closing tax,
loopholes.
__M _----" -__ The administration had asked an increase of $50 billion, but
both houses slashed it to $20 billion.
appearing now I SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY (D-Mass.) and Rep. Wilbur
Detroit Recording Stars Mills (D-Ark.), have formally ruled themselves out of the running
SR r g for the May 16 Michigan presidential primary.
Michigan Secretary of State. Richard Austin made the announce-
ment yesterday. Austin exhibited copies of letters from the two
Democrats, Kennedy's reaffirming his decision not to run for the
Presidency. Mills' letter stated that he will not campaign in Michigan.
U.S. B52 BOMBERS in eastern Cambodia demolished another
. : '.- North Vietnamese base camp yesterday while South Vietnamese
ground forces claimed victory in a clash a mile away,
South Vietnamese soldiers reportedly suffered 17 casualties, with
one dead. Thirty North Vietnamese were killed.
The demilitarized zone was also the scene of ground action,
44 where the artillery action was the largest in months.
at the
A COALITION of Senate Republicans and Southern Demo-
crats took advantage of absent liberals yesterday to kill a na-
go den a con C tional voter-registration bill 46-42.
- The bill provided for registration by post card.
spg Absent presidential contenders included Sens. Hubert Humph-
fine food, drinks s(check out our rey (D-Minn.), Edmund Muskie, (D-Maine), and Henry Jackson
stimulating atmosphere (D-Wash.). Sen. George McGovern (D-S.D.), voted against the mo-
reasonable prices gtion to table the bill.
THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR reported yesterday the
dam which caused a flood in West Virginia last month was not

BILOXI, Miss. UP - A federal court jury may decide Mon-
day the validity of two conflicting versions of what prompted
police to rake a Jackson State College dormitory with gun-
fire, killing two black youths.
The debate over whether police were justified in loosing
a 200-bullet fusillade reached formal airing in court when
' .relatives of the victims filed a $13.8-million damage suit.
State and federal grand jury investigations of the inci-
dent, which occurred shortly after midnight May 15, 1970
while police were trying to quell a campus disturbance, pro-
duced no criminal charges.
Police and state officials said the shooting was self-
defense, in reaction to sniper
fire. Critics, including the pp
President's Commission onUSIA seeks
Campus Unrest, said the bar-
rage was unjustified - even --
' <if there had been a sniper, a o vindicate
disputed point.
The civil suit trial lost its most
prestigious defendant yesterday V S 1 1
when former Gov. John Bell Wil-
h.iams, who stepped down last Jan- WASHINGTON (P) - The Unit-
uary, was dismissed at the re- ed States has quietly mounted a.
quest of plaintiffs, worldwide campaign to portray
The suit named 55 defendants, the murder-conspiracy trial of An-
including 43 officers. Relatives of gela Davis as an example of
the two slain youths and three of democracy at work, and to count-
-Associated Press the nine black students wounded er claims she is being persecuted
Rhodesia in the shooting, rested their case because she is a black and a
Tuesday. Seven defendants, includ- Communist.
the levee of the ing Jackson Mayor Russell Davis, The U.S. Information Agency
st the scheduled were dismissed from the proceed- (USIA) has sent packages of
shipment, which 'ings the same day. background information and de-
rt from Rhodesia The defense opened its case last tailed instructions, some of them
1968. week by calling Jack Hobbs, a classified, to its 106 posts over-
1968.Jackson, Miss.,gnewsman. He told seassondhow the story should be
the all-white jury he was operat- played.
ing a movie camera at the scene
when a bullet zipped past his head Oui only goal here is to see the
whe a ullt zppe pat hs hadU.S. gets a fair trial overseas,"
and glanced off a wall behind him. Joseph ze a lao ecs,"
He said he was sure it came fromsadJepGlzralbo on
the dormitory - and theapolice omist who heads a 20-member, all-
barrage erupted moments later, white agency task force to handle-
Police said they were under a the Davis case.
len ce rain of bricks, bottles and stones Davis, an avowed Communist
and opened fire after a sniper who was dismissed from the Uni-
shot at them. Students, and a versity of California faculty in
were blown up in newsman at the scene, said they 1966, is accused of supplying guns
mes last night as saw one bottle thrown but no sign used in a 1970 shootout at t h e
mesC latnmight1asof sniping. Marin County, Calif., courthouse.
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Protest shipment from R
Several hundred black demonstrators rally on
Mississippi River at Burnside, La., to prote
arrival of chromium ore from Rhodesia. The
did not arrive yesterday, is the first U.S. impo
since the United Nations imposed an embargo in
CRACKDOWN ON IRA:
Judge gi1ves Do

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10th ANNUAL
ANN ARBOR
FILM FESTIVAL
TUESDAY-SUNDAY
in the
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM

safe from an engineering point of view.
"The dam was not designed and constructed such that it would
be considered safe for the retention of large volumes of water," the
Department reported. The volume of water stored behind the dam
"seemed far in excess" of that needed to fulfill its role as a pollu-
tion filter.
The report further stated that "it must be emphasized that
other dams in other areas may be close to the point of failure, par-
ticularly in times of high runoff."
** *
VICE PRESIDENT SPIRO AGNEW said yesterday that Ala-
bama Gov. George Wallace "must have struck a responsive chord
in more than one section" of the Florida electorate to emerge
victorious in Tuesday's primary.
"I haven't heard anything he's said in that campaign that I
would consider radical," Agnew told an audience of Drake University
students.
"When a man wins an election he shouldn't be referred to as a
demagogue," Agnew said. Muskie made that reference to Wallace in
nationally televised remarks.a
Eastern European Forum
a discussion of the problems of contemporary
Eastern European Society.
OWEN JOHNSON, Ph.D. candidate, Poli. Sci. U of M, "Reform
in Hungary and Czechoslavakia"
DR. LEO SABALIUNAS, Poli. Sci. Dept. EMU, "Lithuania"
HELEN KOBA, Ph.D. candidate, U of M, "Socialist Realism in
Eastern Europe"
DR. VINCENT C. CHRYPINSKY, Poli. Sci. Dept. University of
Windsor, Canada, "The Worker's Riot in Poland"
The moderator will be PAT MOORE. Following the. speakers
there will be a discussion, a period for questions, discussion,
MARCH 16 7:30-10 P.M.

suspendec
NEWRY, Northern Ireland (IP)
- Bernadette Devlin, the Catho-
lic civil rights leader, received
a suspended six-month sentence
yesterday for taking part in an
illegal demonstration.
A courtroom crowd cheered
as the judge gave Devlin and
22 other demonstra tors suspeiid-
ed sentences. They were con-
victed of defying a ban on pa-
rades 'and marching Feb. u to
protest the "Bloody Sunday"
shooting deaths of 13 London-
derry civilians in a clash witn
British paratroopers on Jan. 30.
In Belfast, two British army

f sen
bomb experts
a sheet of fla
tho iror d

tmey tLrie to Ueuse a oamu i i
a car parked in a Belfast street.
In Dublin, a leader of the out-
lawed Irish Republican Army's
(IRA) Official wing was ordered
to face trial on charges of be-
longing to an illegal organiza-
tion.
Thomas MacGiolla, president
of the Sinn Fein, the wing's oli-
tical arm also was accused of
having illegal documents on Feb.
23. .

Arabsand Israelis reject
Hussein's poosdstate
AMMAN, Jordan (MP - King there with no intention of with-
Hussein proposed yesterday the drawing until a final peace agree-
establishment under his rule of a ment has been signed between Jor-
semi-autonomous state of Pale- dan and Israel.
stine on the west bank of the Jerusalem would be the capital
Jordan River, once Israeli occu- of "the State of Palestine" on the
pation forces withdraw. west bank. Amman would be the
Premier Golda Meir of Israel capital of the "State of Jordan"
rejected the plan, saying it "ne- on the east bank and of the "Unit
gates the cause of peace and puts ed Arab Kingdom" which would
obstacles in its path." The Pale- encompass both regions under
stinians and most of the A r a b Hussein's control.
world denounced the proposal. Meir denied that Israel had any
There was little likelihood Hus- ! hand in drawing up the proposal.
sein's statement would have any She reaffirmed Israel was ready
immediate effect on the 2,270 to negotiate a peace agreement
square miles of the west bank. with the Arab kingdom 'without
The Israeli army is in command preconditions."

Happy Birthday,
HU[Y
PARTY TONIGHT
6i South Division

6 W.C. FIELDS
CLASSICS
Stockwell Hall
9 P.M.-
50C
Thurs., Fri., Sat.

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Different shows at 7, 9, 11 every night thru Friday.
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night of performance.

Single admission-$1.00

Series-$12.00

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Lectu e Room No. 1
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For Information: 662-8871

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MARCH
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by Thorn,,Middletonoby JeanClaude roan, I5.11
The celebrated dramatic classic. v (Author of Amrica Harrah"~)
Am~nak F .<'..,. . .1''' "THE INDIAN WANTS
THE BRONX"
ONE PERFORMANCE by Imel Horowlta
EACH 2 major contemporary plays
8:00 P.M.

ARTIST GUILD presents
THE BEST IN BLUES!
HOWLIN'
WOLF
AND HIS BAND
FRI., MARCH 17
8:30 P.M.
I.M. BUILDING
OAKLAND
UNIVERSITY
ROCHESTER, MICH.
Tickets: $2.50
Available at Salvation Records,
University Cellar, and at the
door.

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