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Page Eight


Wednesday, November 22, 1977

P6ge Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 22, 1972


Convictions of five Chicago 7
defendants reversed by court

Devotee spreads spiritual message

(Continued from Page 1)
allow sufficient questioning of po-
tential jurors as to their attitudes
about the defendants' long hair and
lifestyles; that he did not properly
inquire into the effect of pretrial
news coverage, and that he erred
in communicatingwith the jury
through a U.S. marshal.
The appeals- court also said he
was wrong in excluding statements
by Davis and Hayden on the
grounds they were self-serving. The
appeals court said Hoffman should'
have allowed the defense to call
expert witnesses to discuss crowd

control and law enforcement.
Thomas Foran, former U.S. dis-a
trict attorney who prosecuted the
case, alsohwas criticized for refer-
ring to the defendants as "evil
men, liars and obscene haters and
violent anarchists'."
The appeals court said, "We con-
clude that the demeanor of the
judge and prosecutor would require
reversal if other errors did not."
Kunstler said, "I felt from the
beginning that the judge and prose-
cutor were deeply involved in an
attempt to convict these defend-
ants, and I'm glad the court of
appeals finally said so, too."

Judge Hoffman, 75, was the ob-
ject of many disrespectful remarks,
but the appeals court noted in its
reversal that Hoffman's many'
comments "must have telegraphed
to the jury the judge's contempt'
for the defense."

(Continued from Page1) became a follower of the Mliharaj
played, preceded by music ex- Guru. Seeking ultimate satisfaction,
tolling his virtues. The voice on he had experimented ins'ccessfid-
the loudspeaker was that of a ly with drugs and politics, differ'
child, speaking rather broken ent religions and philosophies.
Then he went to a meeting of
English in a fast, high tone. The devotees. "The hollow places in
devotees looked blissful as they my body were filled," he said.
listened. Massey smiled and sighed. "There
When the recording ended, Mas- are really no words that can ex-
sey rose and explained how her press it," he said. "How can one.
. hspeak about one who is the speech
'Iaof the tongue?"e
I A BU L ETIN After another tape by the guru,
IAL ULL TIN Mahatma Raj eswar bowed to the
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jh ant, he paused a moment and
then began to speak.
Mahatna asked, "What is the
qality of God?, Perfect bliss,
eternal bliss. We want peace of
mind. Bit it is a fact, brothers
and sisters, that no one in this
world is happy. We have no perma-
nent bliss."
"Only God can give us bliss. If
you want really to get peace, know
God, realize God," he added.
"There is only one perfect master
in an age, and only a perfect
master can give knowledge of



C riuic (onJjIn New York, Dellinger said of
the d e c i s i o n: "Naturally I'm
pleased, but one has to ask how
many Indochinese and how many
ten u re GIsrhave died in the last four
years because we weren't listened
to in Chicago?"
1 In Plainfield, Vt., Froines, now
cU1I II 1L1 an instructor at Goddard College,
said the reversal showed that "it's
a trial that shouldn't have hap-
(Continued from Page 1) 1 pened in the first place."
ed who is both an organic chemist i
-which is necessary because Green "This is another example of the
is-and a member of the depart- government having brought charg-
ment's faculty affairs committee. es against antiwar or civil rights
Stiles, as one of the chemistry people in a series of political trials,
department's "area coordinators" none of which have led to convic-
diUtns e " rd s1 inciIup i~ that

. .

AP Photo
Speck resentencing
Richard Speck, the convictedmurderer ofeight student nurses
in Chicago in 1966, is taken from the Peoria County Courthouse
yesterday after receiving eight consecutive 50-100 year sentences.
The total sentence is 400-1200 years instead of the death penalty.


-a group that makes class assign-
ments-was consulted by Dunn be-
fore the decision to suspend Green
was made.
"It doesn't seem therefore as
though I would be the kind of can-
didate for the committee that Prof.
Green would want," Stiles says.
Smith also disqualified himself
from consideration as a tenure
committee member before it was
constituted because of his involve-
ment in the Green case.
"I wrote a note to the chairman
that I didn't think I should be on
the committee," he said yesterday.
"It would certainly be awkward at
best, if I was in on the tenure

tions, F rones said. tHe added that
defendants in those trials were
either acquitted by juries, or con-
victions were subsequently over-
The conspiracy trialsbegan in!
September 1969 and lasted more
than four months. The jury of 10
women and two men were seques-
tered shortly after the trial began.
The trial was marked by out-
bursts, the gagging and binding of
Seale, obscenities, threats and the-
Clay soils made up of fine par-
ticles hold more moisture than
sands which are made up of larg-
er grains.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an "Models of Symmetry in Contingency
official publication of the Univer- Tables," 3227 Angell Hall, 4 p.m.
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to Monday, November 27
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of Environmental & Industrial Health
the day preceeding publication and Seminar; R. Hartung, "Biological Ef-
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and fects of Heavy Metals In Water,"
Sunday. Items appear once only. vaughan Aud., SPH I, 1 p.m.
Student organization notices are Gerontology Inst.: B. R. McPherson,r
not accepted for publication. For Supt., Ann Arbor Public Schools, "Re-t
more information, phone 764.9270. tirement Years: Public Education," Ann8
Arbor Public Library, 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 22 Germanic Languages & Literatures:
K. Mommsen, Carleton Univ., Ottowa,
Day Calendar Canada, "Goethe & the General Public,"t
Rackham Assembly Hail, 4 p.m.
Anatomy Lecture: T. M. Rizki, "Ef- MacromolecularyResearch Ctr.: J. E.
fects of Halogenated Pyrimidines on the Mulvaney, Univ. of Arizona, "Synthesis
Development & Differentiation of Dro- of Polymers Containing Electron Donorp
sophilia," 4804 Med. Sci. II, 1:10 p.m. Groups," 1200 Chem. Bldg., 4 p.m.
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Lang. Bldg., 3:10 p.m. students; deadline for applying for
Psych. 171 Film Series: "The Sixties," summer positions is Dec. 1. Work for
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4 p.m. business desks, etc.
Industrial & Operations Engineering: State of Michigan: Open Competitive
R. Tobin, "Matchings & Minimal Examnation Announcement for Bridge
Weight Paths," 311 W. Engin. Bldg., 4 Workers 05 and Park Rangers 03 and 05
p.m. deadline is December 18. Information &
Statistics Seminar: J. E. K. Smith, applications available.
ACTION (Peace Corps & Vista)
needs lawyers
Recruiters will be at the Law School
Nov. 27 & 28, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Student Activities Building
We Would Like To Add Your Name To Our
"Support" List. This Involves No Time Or Money
On Your Part Unless You Wish To Donate It.
662-6598 or 663-7095

Agents nab largest pot deal
BOSTON (IP)-Agents seized off the BNDD described as a "major
Montego Bay yesterday a seven- Jamaican marijuana supplier."
ton marijuana shipment, the largest They were to be arraigned in Ja-
single shipment to the United :maica today.
States ever confiscated, the Bureau The shipment was seized aboard
of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs the 74-foot shrimp boat Lady
(BNDD) said. Christine, which had put out to
BNDD Deputy Director Andrew sea fro Intracoastal City, La. It
Tartaglino said the shipment was 1 had been transferred from the 42-
headed for Maine. The Boston foot cabin cruiser Sea Lion, out of
street value was estimated at $3.5 Dennis, Mass.
million. When the transfer took place,
Among those arrested was a man authorities moved in.

began to chant. After finishing the

Group gathers info

(Conitinued from Page 1) then publication of the findings, proceedings
a long list of subjects, including and if necessary, pressure to effect departmenta
the ineffectiveness of over-the- changes. "Filing suits," says Rod- Smith sai
counter pregnancy tests, the con- gers, "is a measure we are pre- chaired ana
nection between the birth control pared to take." denied Gre
pill and cancer, and hexachloro- "People need this information, ago, also c
phene soaps. and we are here to provide it," she sion "to cl
How reliable are the services adds.-way.
rendered by the Advocates, or any
other consumer-advisor group?
According to Dr. Robert Ander- OPEN 7 A.M.9 P.M.
son, Health Service director, "Any'
consumer group that is constructive
as far as pointing out areas of need
to people is very good. The main Thanksgiving Dinner
thing is the quality of their back-
up sources. It's important to have
people -who are actually involved ROAST TURKEY with C
in clinical care, because otherwise
you get people who are qualified BAKED HAM with Pine
on the scientific side but who forget
about the humanistic side of CREAM OF CHESTNUT SOUP
Rodgers says, "We are not doc- CANDIED SWEET POTATOES
tors and we are not dispensing SUCCOTASH VEGETABLES
medical advice over the phone. CRANBERRY SAUCE
What we are doing is giving out SMALL BEVERAGE
research information."
AMI worker Rachel Kamel says, 334 Maynard
"We're not trying to launch an
attack on the health service or any- Complete Greek Menu on Tuesdaysa
thing. The purpose is to provide--- - --
medical information, b e c a u s e
people are really dependent on
doctors who sometimes do not SPECIAL! HOT CHOCOL
communicate information because
of a desire to maintain status or
other reasons." Everyone We/c
AMI's board of consultants, the
group's resource persons, includes
Dr. Joseph Graedon, a clinical
pharmocologist, Dr. Joseph Thom-
as, a chemist, Virginia Murray, a
registered nurse, and medical re-
searcher Kay Weiss, and several
local attorneys. Wedn
Publication of AMI's findings will
appear periodically in the Student
Government Council newsletter, We
The Michigan Student News. SGC Ro
has funded the embryo organiza-
tion with a $500 grant and a $500
loan, their only monetary contri- OUTSID
butions to date.LOS FPE LEI
The "modus operandi" of AMI LOTS OF PEOPLE
appears to be extensive research,

after serving on the
al review committee."
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ad hoc committee which
en promotion two years
ontributed to the deci-
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