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BSU and CHICANOS
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1st Platoon, a unit of Ch ar lie
company within the Americal Di-
vison. It failed to flush the Viet
Cong and the operation disinte-
grated into an execution of civil-
ian villagers, their screams stifled
by the staccato crack of American
M16 automatic rifles.
The jury announced at 3:28 p.m.
EST that it had reached a verdict,
sanding a note to the trial judge.
Col. Reid Kennedy. He scheduled
disclosure of the verdict for 4:30
"My Lai has happened in every
war. It's not an isolated incident,
even in Vietnam," Calley told The
Associated Press in an exclusive
interview to be released after the
Once, when Calley's GIs testi-
fied he descended the ditch and
told the court martial jury re-
garding the Vietnamese inside:
"Some appeared to be dead, others
followed me with their eyes as I
And again, when a rifleman de-
U, V rn hill lV (continued from Page S) dent Senate treasurer, a "com- dicated that "the hassles of last
/ government says people shouldn't munication gap" with Dean Fran- year will be avoided this year."
field Calley's order to join in the complain about government inac- cis Allen caused difficulty in pay- Holt explained that the law
shooting of the civilians. He told tivity. The reason for this, he ing bills on time and in allocating school is somewhat different from3
the jury: "I couldn't go through claims, is that without money, they money to the 20-25 sub-organiza- the other schools in that ttudents'
with it - these little defenseless haven't been able to get involved. tions in time for them to meet their pay a $10 fee each semester. The
men, women and kids." "We've been operating about a payments. Senate receives around $6,000 froin
News of the My Lai atrocities year now, and it wasn't until "We never seemed to quite reach these fees with the other $15,000
was kept secret within the Ameri- February, 10 months after we an agreement on the payment going toward scholarships andl
cal Division for more than a year. formed, that we received any schedule," Holt maintains, "bay classroom expenses.
But on Sept. 6, 1969, Calley was money," he says. "By the time the depended on $500 a month from the Dean Allen could not be reached
indicted - one day before he was money came, most of the impetus pinball in a c h i n e s to sgee us for comment, but Holt said thatj
scheduled to be discharged from and enthusiasm of the LSA govern- through." apparently the reason he had not
the Army after two tours of duty ment was drained." Still, Holt does not advocate the given advance money this year on
in Vietnam. Experiences last year with fund- funding plan but would keep law the quarterly basis was b' cause
Details of My Lai piled one ing in the law school indicate a school funding at the Dean's dcs- money was tight and he wanted to
upon the other and the nation and similar problem. According to I cretion because newly appointed keep that which wasn't specifically
the world experienced horror and Chuck Holt, former law school stu- Dean Theodore St. Antoine has in- requested in the scholarship fund.
shock. On Dec. 8, 1969, Presi- Several of the law school's pro-
dent Nixon said, "What appears grams were affected by these pro-
was certainly a massacre and un- dtu en ts Vfle 10 R on cedures, according to Ken Siegel,I
der no circumstances was it justi- former law school Student Senate
fied." member and chairman of its
Calley went to trial last Nov. 12 speaker committee. "Since I never
on the same infantry post where((eseareh , b oard s knew if there would be money to
he won his gold second lieutenant'sw a cover, I felt restrained in bringing
bars at Officer Candidate's School in speakers," Siegel said.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - After
thirteen days of deliberation, a
jury has decreed the death sent-
ence for Charles Manson and three
female followers for the murders
of actress Sharon Tate and six
Marie Mesmer, one of the jur-
ors. spoke about the decision to
invoke the death penalty. "We
made our decision quite early, but
we had to argue so everyone could
be heard There were hardly any
Mesmer added that the disagree-
ments that did occur came be-
cause "we had different b a ck-
grounds and emotional' problems,
due to confinement." Jurors were
locked up nightly in a hotel for
most, of the trial.
Speaking about Manson, Mes-
mer said, "He was the leader-
the worst ... .I think he's a dan-
gerous influence on society, high-
ly dangerous. In my verdict I
wanted to protect society."
Of the three women she said, "I
think they were highly influenced
by Manson. You just can't go into
a person's house and butcher them
up. We want to protect society.
We were all very strong and force-
ful in our conviction.
The trial, costing an estimated
one million dollars was only the
opening round. The defense plans
appeals on a variety of points,
and the disposition is expected to
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on March 16, 1967 - one year
the day before My Lai.
The case went to the jury of o
colonel, four majors and one ca
tai at 9:25 p.m. EST March 16
the third anniversary of My L
The panel began their deliber
tions at 10:00 a.m. EST the n2
day in a drab room across the h
from the red carpeted, white wa
ed and blue draped courtro
where the trial was held.
Earlier Monday ,the defense h
urged Kennedy to prod the ju
in an effort to induce a verdi
The judge had agreed to render
decision on the request on Tu
"This is not a war in the cc
ventional sense," said a Hou
Armed Services sub-Committ
that investigated My-Lai.
(Continued from Page 1)'
board acted on the complaint f
ed by SGC candidates Brad Tay
against The Daily for "beguili
and misleading" stating that S(
member Jay Hack is "seekingz
Hack was appointed to SGC
fill a vacancy and vas never elei
ed to a seat.
to (Continued from Page 1) In the SGC election, incumbent
sults will significantly affect their President Marty Scott, '72 is run-
ne efforts. The vote on these referenda ning for re-election against two
P- may play an important role when challengers, Rebecca Schenk, '73
- the issues comes before the facuty and Bill Thee, '72.
ai. again in May. A wave of controversy has de-
a- veloped around Thee's candidacy
xt A third referendum concerns theince the SGC Credentials and
all proposed student government fund- Rine tBeaSGdeCred ridyn
ll- ing plan, which would assess stu-;tRu e B adetermied the aGC
omdents $1.85 per term. SGC would! that Thee had violated the SGC
om ent $185 er erm SG woldElection Code for campaign ex-
receive 85 cents of the assessment;Een Coeedorhc$mpaignmex-
ad and the individual's school or col- penses exceeding the $100 fair mar-
ary lege would receive the other dol- ket value limit.
ct. lar, if the plan is approved. Then, on Sunday the board ruled
Another r uhethat Thee had perjured himself by
es- Anodr oreferendum asks h giving false testimony on at least
student body to ratify the Peopie s two occasions during hearings held
n-Peace Treaty, and commit them- Thursday and Friday.I
selves to withdrawing the services
sse University To avoid a second balloting in
tee from support for the war in Indo-'case no candidate receives a ma-
china. jority on the first ballot, students
can vote for a first and a second
BS On 60 Nineteen students are vying for
le oiIthe five full-year and two half-
year open SGC seats. Some ob-
Yesterday the board met to hear servers have noted a proncunced
fil- a complaint filed against the board challenge in this SGC election to
lor by SGC members Marnie Heyn, the recent left-wing orientation of
ng and Louis Lessem, and SGC can- SGC.
Siegel related that the check he
wrote to Judge Henry Friendly of
the Second Court of Appeals
bounced because it came out of his
own bank account and not the law
Terry Adams, president of the
Legal Aid Society, says that his
group has requested the $550 due
them five or six times since he
took office in January but still
hasn't received any. He says that
they are currently about $225 in
the hole and had to change banks
because of these financial prob-
GC didates Bill Ja
r'- and Shirley Ni
ct- lating the SGC
cobs, Bill Kandl
ckovitch. The con
the board with vi
C Election Code
s concerning B
rej iect Garris
' I (Continued from Page 1)
The board ruled that The Daily Thee.
was not in violation of the section The election code specifies the
of the election code under which criteria for judging overspending
the complaint was filed and re-crtiafrjdngoesnig
commended that The Daily at- by candidates and the amount of
tempt to avoid a reoccurrence. fines to be imposed.
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mary all five Republican ward
candidates "have given Jack Gar-
ris our support."
Furthermore, Robinson said he
did talk with Harris, but claimed
Harris misrepresented what he said
and that he stands by the state-
ment of endorsement for Garris.
Nevertheless, Robinson has pre-
viously said, "Garris has run in-
dependently" and that if elected
Robinson would consider him mere-
ly "one of eleven councilmen."
He said further that he views
Harris also as just "one of eleven
councilmen" and that he looksa
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tion of leadership than mayoral
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Speakers back treaty
(Continued from Page 1) Young praised the treaty, and
peace talks were convinced spoke of the difficulty of gaining a
the U.S. government should proper perspective on the situation
a date for the withdrawal of in Indochina due to government
is forces from Indochina, as is and media distortion. She cited a
d for in the People's peace recent statement by Secretary of
ty. Defense Melvin Laird in which
e peace treaty was negotiated Laird attributed the defeat of South
he National Student Associa- Vietnamese forces in Laos to "vio-
and representatives of anti- lent and vicious attacks of the ene-
forces from North and South my" as an example of the govern-
nam. ment's "corruption of language".
iller said that. the North Viet- "In this, as in the so-called Kis-
ese didn't understand how they singer kidnap case, I see my worst
d participate in a "mutual fears confirmed: an administration
drawal of forces" as has. been
d for by the Nixon adminis- that is not afraid to appear ludi-
on, since there were no Viet- crous is capable of anything," she
ese troops in the United States. said.
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