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Tuesday, October 22, 197ti

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tuesday, October 22, 1 97~i THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~czge Three

Jury selection
begins in trial of
Kent guardsmen

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CLEVELAND, Ohio (') -
Prospective jurors were warned
yesterday against being influ-
enced by prejudice, publicity or
sympathy as trial began for
eight former Ohio National
Guardsmen indicted in the 1970
Kent State University shoot-
ings.

lia Island, Fla.; Ralph Zoller,
27, Mantua; Barry Morris, 29,
Kent; Mathew McManus, 28,
West Salem, and Leon Smith,
27, Peach City.
Conviction could bring penal-
ties ranging from a year's im-
prisonment and a $1,000 fine to
life in prison on those instances

Chief U. S. District Court in which death results.
Judge Frank Battisti told pros The trial was the first crimi-
pective jurors that "because of nalaction in th 4/2ea
the publicity this case has re- na. cin.i e e a r
{ cevedsomeof ou pobaby (called late in 1973 returned theI
have read, heard or seen some- three-count indictment. It was
Y thing" about it. empaneled after then-Atty. Gen.
B Elliott Richardson reversed a
BUT THAT alone wouldn't decision by former Atty. Gen.
warrant dismissal from the JohnMitchell against a federal
jury, he said, adding that they ob
would be disqualified if they proe.
felt the publicity left them un- THE SHOOTINGS capped a
able to render a fair and im- TESOTNScpe
ptablerdct farnd series of demonstrations that
aisti sd. heebegan May 1 following an-
rBattistisaid teexectedthenouncement that American
trial to last about six weeks but planes had bombed in Cambo-
that jurors would not be se- dia. The guard was ordered to
bquestered. He said court would the campus by then-Gov. James
be in session four days a week. Rhodes after the Army Reserve
The eight ex-guardsmen are Officers Training Corps build-
charged with wilfully assault- ing on the campus was burned
ing and intimidating four per- by demonstrators May 2, a Sat-
sons killed and another nine who urday.
were wounded during the May Rhodes and then-Adj. Gen.'
4, 1970, confrontation between Sylvestor Del Corso held a news
guardsmen and students protest- conference Sunday to outline
ing U. S. military involvement plans for using troops, and pre-
in Cambodia.j2-

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN'S
SCRABBLE PLAYERS
TOURNAMENT
Sunday October 27th at 6 PM Sharp in the Union Ballroom
To register call UAC at 763-1107 and stop by to pick up the official rules.
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a Deluxe game for the winner...and lots of fun for all players.
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AP Photo
BLACK STUDENTS ENTER Boston's racially troubled Hyde Park High School as a workman
cleans up derogatory slogans painted on the sidewalk. Boston is in its sixth week of court-
ordered busing.

FIGHTING ERUPTS IN SCHOOL:

Boston
BOSTON UP) - An assembly
of ninth graders at a small high
school in South Boston erupted
into racial fighting yesterday
as city schools entered their
sixth week of court-ordered in-
tegration.
It was the major disruption in;
a generally calm day at Bos-
ton's 200 schools. However, a
boycott remained in some white
neighborhoods.
The violence broke out short-
ly after classes began at the
Hart-Dean School, ninth grade
annex to Boston High School.
Like other schools in the neigh-
borhood, it had been nearly
all-white until it opened Sept. 121
under a busing plan ordered by
a federal judge.
PUSHING BEGAN at an orl-
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remains tense

entation assembly for new pu-
pils, and a black boy punched:
a white girl in the face, police
said. A few others joined the;
fray before state police march-y
ed into the school and calmed
the pupils.
Then 30 of the 40 white pu-
pils in the school walked out.j
However, most of the 130 blacks
remained.'
The white girl hurt in the
fight was treated by a school
nurse for cuts and bruises.
CLASSES AT three other high
schools were disrupted by false
fire alarms, but there was no
serious trouble, school officials
said.
At a brief news conference
held at a Springfield shopping
mall, Gov. Francis W. Sargent
said he had no immediate plansj
for withdrawing the National
Guard, which has been on stand-
by at armories since last week.
"We're not going to act has-
tily," Sargent said. "It is much
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THE DEFENDANTS were al-
easier to retain order than to so charged with depriving the
restore order." victims of their constitutional
rights by firing at or near then
IN BOSTON yesterday, the and the crowd of demonstrators.
Congress of Racial Equality Telling the prospects that it
(CORE) asked at a news con- will be the jurors' function "to
ference that President Ford determine the ultimate facts
declare Boston "an educational of the case," Battisti said that
disaster area." It said the Pres- neither sympathy nor prejudice
ident should send in massive could be permitted to play any
federal aid just as if the city part in jury deliberations.
A defense attorney said it
had been the scene of a natural would be unlikely that a jury
disaster. would be impaneled before the
Mary Dennison, acting nation- end of the week.
al director of CORE, said she
opposes forced busing and be- NAMED IN THE indictment
are Lawrence Shafer, 28, and
lieves Boston residents should James McGee, 27, both of Ra-
decide in a referendum whe- venna; William Perkins, 28,
ther it will be used here. Canton; James Pierce, 29, Ame-

trial testimony quotes iDel Corsoli
as having pledged to "use any
force that is necessary even to
the point of shooting."
The shots were fired shortly
after noon Monday as guards-
men moved up a slope on cam-
pus at a time when students
were traveling to and from
classes. A demonstration was
also going on, and part of the
crowd was said to have been
moving toward the guardsmen
while demonstrators threw ob-
jects and made obscene ges-
tures.

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OCT. 29: Thomas Fournier,
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Rehabilitation Center
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correction
NOV. 5: Judge John Feikens
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