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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdoy, Morch 13, 1973

PagITw TH MCHGAIAIY uedaMach13 17

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MSU

youth slain in brutal knife

murder; police

have no suspects

1

By DAVE BURHENN
and Wire Service Reports
EAST LANSING-A student at
Michigan State University was
brutally murdered early Sunday
morning while walking on the
sprawling campus.
Martin Brown of Midland was
the victim of repeated numerous
knife wounds to the body. Before
dying, he described his assailants
as two black males dressed in
army fatigues.
Police and friends could find no
motive for the slaying. Brown's
wallet, with money in it, was not
taken.
One friend described the 20-year-
old as "pretty straight, not a freak.
He never touched drugs or any-
thing." Another said, "Marty was
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the kind of guy who would always through countless tips, but so far the world today has taken its
say 'hi' to you." are unable to come up with a sus- ultimate tragic form on our cam-
Brown went to a party Saturday pect in the stabbing. pus.
night. He left the affair early, "We're looking for witnesses
complaining that he was tired and now," said Sgt. Harold Henderson Sor ck, otre an the dees
wanted to go home. of the Public Safety Department. of this terrible incident which has
Brown never reached his room. "We think there must have beenothksnterli nentfwhch'hs
Police found him a while later, some witnesses. That's a heavily taken the life of one of our stu-
covered with his own blood and traveled area at that time of the dents.
minutes away from death, lying morning on a weekend." Marty Brown was enrolled in
near the "Sparty" statue in the MSU President Clifton Wharton MSU's college of Agriculture and
center of the MSU campus. decried the attack, saying, "The Natural Resources. He wanted to
Campus police have combed senseless violence so prevalent in: be a cattle rancher.
LSA approve academic-code

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members were picked by their ex-
ecutive committee.
The grading change that was de-
feated at yesterday's session
would have set up a number of op-
tions for both students and faculty
in determining what system of
marking would have been used
on the student's transcript.
The faculty options were these;
-Letter grades A through D and
No Entry;
-Pass/No Entry, and;

-Either of the above plus a,
short written comment on the stu.
dent's performance.
Students were to be given these
choices;
-Those in a graded class would
have had the option to have their
grade recorded by the register as
A through C/No Entry or as Pass/
No Entry, and;
-The option to have a written
comment included in the transcript
if one was given to the student.
The action by the faculty could

table discussion of the grading is-
sue, until a report is released by
the Graduation Requirement Com-
mission.
This body is currently looking at
grading as it relates to the total
academic experience.
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia ({) -A
thief caught trying to steal a left
shoe explained to store employes
that he had stolen the right shoe
the previous day.

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AP Photo
Like Rip van Winkle
Former CIA agent John Downey, left, shakes hands with well-wishers in New Britain, Connecticut General Hospital last night. Downey,
who spent 20 years as a prisoner in Communist China, was released Sunday by a special presidential request so that he could see his mother
who lies critically ill in the Connecticut hospital.
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necessary and relevant informa-
tion through informal contacts"3
between his aides and congres-
sional committees "in ways which
preserve intact the constitutional
separation of the branches of gov-
ernment."
This promise was interpreted by;
some observers to indicate a will-
ingness on the President's part to
avoid a showdown on the issue.
White House Press Secretary
,Ronald Ziegler said that the presi-
dential statement on executive

privilege was "not a new policy
but . . . a restatement of policy
that has guided this administra-
tion . . . and previous adminis-
trations."
But Nixon's statement added
three guidelines to the five-point
set of guidelines he established in
a memo to agency heads in March
1969.
One of the new guidelines states:
"A member or former member
of the President's personal staff
normally shall follow the well-es-

tablished precedent and decline a
request for a formal appearance be-
fore a committee of the Congress."

harm the public interest."
He said executive privilege was
invoked only three times during

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