THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, November 8, 1974
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, November 8, 1974
MARION BRANDO, EVA MARIE SAINT in
ON THE WATERFRONT (1954)
directed by ELIA KAZAN
Winner of 8 Academy Awards, includinq Best Picture, Best
Actor, Best Director, Best Supportinq Actress
FRIDAY, NOV. 8 at7 & 9 p.m.
Room 100, Hutchins Hall
LAW FREE. NON-LAW $1.00
THE LAW SCHOOL FILM SERIES
Lawyers group cheers Attica
defendant, Suporter at show
By ANDREA LILLY
"Attica means . . ." shoutedI
Rev. "Mama" Stroble - Smith
and the crowd roared back
"Attica is . . ." she shouted
again, and the crowd again re-
sponded loudly, "all of us!"
Rev. Stroble-Smith, mother of
Attica defendant Shango Stroble-
Smith, and Attica defendant
John Hill spoke yesterday at the
law school to about 200 peqple.
In 1971, prisoners rioted at
Attica, a New York state maxi-
mum security prison. During
that disorder several guards
and 39 inmates were killed.
Jn his speech, Hill tried to
explain what happened during
the disurbance and why.
"The brothers at Attica are
fighting to be able to call them-
selves human beings," said Hill.
"I was there," he continued,
"and I felt the hot fiery steel."
Hill described "the day of the
seige" - Sept. 13, 1971- when
state troopers retook the prison.
He fell from a 20 foot catwalk
into the mud below.
After the fall he recalls, "I
saw ,a state trooper standing
over me with a gun saying,
'crawl nigger' (Hill is an
American Indian) and I said,
'I've been crawling too long'
and he shot me in the head."
Hill verbally painted what he
saw around him in D-yard of
Attica prison when he finally
"You see Attica every day,"
said Hill. "I was a victim be-
fore I even went to Attica, you
all are. You are being chan-
neled into the American dream
and it just don't exist any more,
the American dream is a night-
Hill has been charged with
the first degree murder of a
prison guard during the, Attica
uprising. He is accused of hav-
ing thrown the man through a
window at the prison-where all
windows are barred.
All of this happened to Hill
when he was 19. By law, he
should not have been at a maxi-
mum security prison unless he
He is now out of jail, after,
finishing his term for a pre-
vious crime, on $7500 bail.,
When Rev. "Mama" Stroble-
Smith got up to speak, the
crowd readily responded to her
chants. "A t t i c a mean fight
back!" she shouted over and
over and each time the crowd
answered louder than before.
"They say that change takes
time," she said. "I say that it
doesn't take time for change.
"We are going to fight for
every stroke. Wherever the,
struggle we are going to be
t h e r e!" Stroble - Smith con-j
In concluding she said, "We
are not trying to overthrow the'
government, we are just trying
to overhaul it."
The program was sponsored'
by the local chapter of the Na-
tional Lawyers Guild to raise
money for the Attica defense!
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al-mnai-staff review committee,
before final regental approval.
LANEY said that the review
board, "was in° essence a kind
of window dressing committee,
with no power whatsoever, no
nower to screen candidates, no
nower to rank them, no input as
to recommending persons to in-
vite for interviews." The Facul-
ty Senate voted earlier this fall
not to send representatives to
the review body, he said.
The four final candidates for
the 550,000 a year position were
Bricklev; Dr. Harold Abel, pres-
ident of the Castleton, Vermont
State College; State Board of
Edlcation director John Porter;
and Dr. Clifford Clark, an ad-
ministrator at the State Uni-
versity of New York at Bing-
hamton. Clark and Porter with-
drew their names before visit-
ing the campus for interviews.
There was some controversy
over the lievitnant governor's
background. Brickley's experi-
ence in higher education has
been as a part-time political
science and law instructor at
the University of Detroit, Wayne
State University, The University
of Michigan Dearborn campus,
and the Cooley Law School in
PROF. Fred Anderson, presi-
dent of the EMU chapter of the
American Association of Univer-
sity Professors (AAUP), said
"department heads did not think
very favorably of him. He did
not have the qualifications that
Dr. Abel had."
Reports have been circulating
that Abel was discouraged by
regents, eager to appoint Brick-
lev. Abel could not be reached
for comment last night.
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During the presentation the
documentary motion picture
"Attica" was shown. It is a
dramatic portrayal of what hap-'
pened at the prison - as told'
from the inmates' point of view.
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AFL-CIO president George Meany walks with the aid of two
metal canes as he arrives for a press conference in Wash-
ington. He said he did not think Tuesday's election was a
mandate for the Democratic party, "it was a vote against
the party which happened to- be represented at the White
House." Meany has bursitis in his hip.
I ey the errms o e g year,
II ISG C renewable terms. Four of the
present members were appoint-
AND 4 e ed by Milliken.
AS president, Brickley is ex-
pected to face serious campus
D J N C E ( problems. The university has re-
cently suffered from reduced
every Friday & Saturday evening at 9:00 en neendd building pro-
AfContinued from Page ) grams and feelings of state
this b 't instead stated at one budgetary neglect also helped to
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