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THE MICHIGAN DAILY vveanesaay, reoruary t~, ~ i-i.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, a ruary

ompson greets 'U' audience

Students, 'U' battle over johns

(Continued from Page 1)
mal format. "To satisfy contractual obligations
quiring a two-hour presentation) I could read
n the cocaine papers of Sigmund Freud," he
imented. .
[e did make good one threat-to read from the
e and Fall of the Third Reich-,and for a min-
jabbered away faster and faster until he
mmed the book shut and fielded line-drive
stions from the audience.
'he crowd, in an atmosphere of idolitry cheered

whenever Thompson spoke in the style he writes.
Asked if he wanted to edit True Confessions Mag-
azine, he replied, "that's what I call a stupid
question."
Asked to characterize President Nixon's state of
affairs, Thompson commented "he's like the coach
of a football team facing fourth down and 32 who
suddenly discovers his punter is a junkie."
The crowd cheered, ready to lap up everything

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them to hold "a corridor meeting
in the near future to explain the
current publicity and to clarify the
staff's commitment to separate
bathroom facilities.
400 Alice Lloyd residents joined
forces and sent a letter of com-
plaint to the Regents, requesting
that "students living in University
owned residence halls have the
right to determine democratically,

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through secret ballot after free would change. But he said, "The
discussion by the residents of each issue is bigger than coed bath-
housing unit, the policy regarding ( rooms. The Regents should not
the use of bathroom facilities." play the role of moralizer.

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IN ESTABLISHING co-habitablee
bathrooms, members of a hall get
together and take a vote.-
In most cases it only takes one-
"no" vote to throw out the whole
idea, and since the ballots are
secret, no one gets rejected or
kicked around by the other mem-
bers of the hall if the motion
doesn't pass.
Munson said he doubted Univer-
sity policy on coed bathrooms

"Maybe these bathrooms should
exist," he added, "maybe they
shouldn't, but the decision should
be made by the students."
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edge halts transfer

of Calley to prison

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COLUMBUS, Ga. (MP)-U.S. Dis-
trict Court Judge Robert Elliott
has issued a temporary restraining
order for'bidding the Army from
transferring Lt. William Calley to
a military prison.
Elliott ruled late Monday after
lawyers for Calley filed a petition
challenging his conviction for mur-
ders at My Lai.
The judge also ordered the Army
to produce Calley at 10 a.m. Feb.
27 in the court "in order that the
court may inquire into the cause
of petitioner's detention and de-
termine whether all or some of
petitioner's prayers for relief shall
be granted."
Elliott further forbade the Army
from subjecting "the petitioner to
a more restrictive condition of
confinement than that which has
existed in the immediate past"
and from denying "to petitioner

the opportunity to confer with
counsel at reasonable times."
CALLEY, 30, has been confined
to his apartment at nearby Ft.
Benning, Ga., since March 1971
when she was sentenced to life im-
prisonment for murdering 22 ci-
vilians during his platoon's sweep
through the South Vietnamese ham-
let of My Lai.
President Nixon ordered Calley
placed under house arrest instead
of confining him to prison at Ft
Leavenworth, Kan. Calley's life
sentence was later reduced to 20
years. Nixon has said he will re-
view the final judicial ruling on
Calley.
The judge directed that all those
named as respondents in Calley's
petition file prehearing briefs not
later than Feb. 25.
Calley's petition, filed earlier
Monday, was the first action taken

by Calley's lawyers in a court
outside the military system.
The motion asks that Calley be
freed on bail and holds that his
conviction was illegal and that he
was deprived of various constitu-
tional rights.
THE LIEUTENANT'S chief ci-
vilian lawyer, George Latimer of
Salt Lake City, said in a telephone
interview:
"We were tipped that the Army,
was contemplating moving him,I

"We didn't want him moved at
this time, we saw no sense in it,
not until President Nixon acts as
he said he would," Latimner said.
The lawyer said he had had no
documentation from Nixon that
Calley would be left under house
arrest, but "it was my understand-!
ing that Lt. Calley would be left
where he was ordered placed by!
the President until such time as
the President acted."
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