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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 28, 1976

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 28, 1976

Happenings

Bailey withdraws lie detector CAMBODIA CLAIMS RAID:
TT- 1 I T ~'"

(Continued from Page 3)
Co-op, MLB 4, Dr. Chicago at
7, Ride, Dr., Chicago, Ride at
9) - Parts 1 and 2 of local
director George Manupelli's ex-
pressionist trilogy. Certainly the
most famous Ann Arbor-spawn-
ed films, but something less
than universally accessible emo-
tionally or cinematically. *
King of Hearts - (Ann Arbor
Film Co-op, MLB 3, 7 & 9) -
Seduction of Mimi - (Matrix,
7 & 9:30) - See Thursday Cine-.
ma.
BARS
Bimbo's - Gaslighters, rag-
time singalong, 6-1:30, 50c af-
ter 8.

Blind Pig - Bryan Lee Blues
Band, 9:30, $1.I
Chances Are - Salty Dog,
rock, 8, $2 to $2.50.
Golden Falcon - Melodioso,
jazz, 9, $1.
Heidelberg Rathskeller f
Mustard's Retreat, folk, 9, no
cover.
Loma Linda - JB & Com-'
pany, 9:30, no cover.
Pretzel Bell - RFD Boys, 1
bluegrass, 10, $1.50.
Rubaiyat - Open Road, top1
40's, 9, no cover.
Casa Nova - Dusty Rhodes,
folk - rock, 9, no cover.
Sure Thing - Curtis High-
flash, rock, 9:30, $2.

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(Continued from Page 1)
"soldier" Emily Harris had in-
structed her to act desruptive1
in court, "to make this a radi-
cal trial."
He pointed to Hearst, seated l
at the counsel table in a prim
pose, her hands clasped in her
lap.
"If she had been actually

converted," asked Bailey,'
". .would you expect her to
be sitting calmly in her seat
like a normal person at thisf
trial?"
LIFTON answered, "Of course
not.''
Since her arrest, Lifton has
examined Hearst twice-in Jan-

BANGKOK, Thailand (UPI)-,
uary and again last Saturday, The United States yesterday
he said. Her condition, even in denied as "ridiculous" a Cam-1
that period, has changed dras- bodian claim that three U.S.j
tically, he testified. F111 warplanes bombed and
"In January, when I first in- badly damaged the town of Siem
terviewed her, she still was Heap, killing and wounding
locked in a trauma and was dozens of persons.
deeply confused," he said. "She Radio Phnom Penh said yes-'
was quite tearful and terrified." terday bombers raided the town,
five miles from the fabled ruins

joint statement said. ed on a U.S. bombing raid.
The nearest known F111s to
IN WASHINGTON, a Pentagon Cambodia are stationed in South
spokesman said, "The report is Korea and there are no other
totally false. It's a damned lie." U.S. warplanes in mainland

A Thai spokesman said his
air force was "absolutely not"
involved in the incident.
One diplomatic source in
Bangkok with knowledge of
events in Cambodia speculated
that Siem Reap, a provincial
capital 150 miles northwest of
Phnom Penh, had been attacked

Southeast Asia. The closest are
in the Philippines and would re-
quire in-air refueling to reach
Cambodia.
Chanes

Judge throws out
Attica charges

"SHE HAD a classical post-
survivor's syndrome," he said,
".. .feeling that she would not

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Wednesday, killing 15, injuring
40 and nearly destroying the

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prosecution, the criminal cases prisoners but developed insuf-
stemming from the bloody 1971 ficient evidence against police
Attica prison revolt came to a officers who may have com-
virtual close yesterday when a mitted crimes, such as deliber-
judge threw out charges against ate killings, when they stormed
five men. Only one case remains the prison and stamped out the
unresolved, rebellion.
Justice Carman Ball of State OF THE 43 prisoners and
Supreme Court said he reluctant- prison employes killed in the
ly agreed to a recommendation five-day rebellion, 39 died in the
by the chief Attica prosecutor police assault on the final day.
and in the interest of justice dis- Justice Frank Bayger of State
missed charges pending against Supreme Court dismissed a first-
a state policeman and four for- degree kidnaping indictment
mer Attica inmates, against 10 former inmates
Thursday They had been ac-
THE CHIEF prosecutor, Al- cused of taking hostages shortly
fred Scotti, had urged the court before the police attack.
Thursday to throw out all re- Ball delayed his ruling until
maining indictments except for yesterday, then announced he
a murder charge against a for- was going along with Scotti's
mer prisoner. recommendation to dismiss as-
Scotti said he recommended sault indictments of three for-
the dismissals because the state- mer prisoners who were ac-
police investigation of the revolt cused of attacking guards when
had been poorly handled. the revolt began.

have done those things she did, Siem Reap hospital. It said the by anti-Comrunist rebels.
that she should have been plane fled toward the Thai bor-
s t r on g e r, f e e.l i n g very der. INOTING SUCH attacks have
ashamed.' been on the increase in Cam-
Released war prisoners, he MOST diplomatic sources in bodia, the source said the Com-
said, frequently f e e 1 "they Bangkok were puzzled by the munist regime may have invent-
should have been more heroic" report. The last F111 planes ed the F111 story for the bene-|
in captivity. were withdrawn from Thailand fit of the Cambodian people,
"Last S aturda y, she had last June and no other U.S. knowing the planes bomb quickly
changed," he said. "She is grad- warplanes are stationed on the -sometimes without even being ,
ually getting a sense that some- Southeast Asian mainland, seen.
thing nasty and cruel was done U.S. military and embassy Thai military sources, giving (Contiued fromPage1)
to her." spokesmen flatly denied the l another explanation, said a fire' yst istermasex
charge. in Siem Reap spread to an system last term also experi-
AT LAST, he said, "she was "The report is ridiculous and ammunitionedump, causing a enced only minor changes in
expressing the anger that was completely without truth," a large explosion which was blam- overall average GPA. Of these
in her at being so brutalized, - - __ _ _ the music school had the highest
the anger that had been sup-average GPA of 3.205, while the
prehed." ngrtaSchool of Natural Resources had
pressed 1Va denaes sea-be the lowest with only 2.657.

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-when she went bacx ana saw "--° - --^ -' -
those closets," Lifton said, "she
felt herself back in themcand A-rp1 rnt rn m
they do that to me?' " !
The graying, bespectacled Lif (continued from Page1) and ask wha
ton spoke energetically, facing Nuclear Weapons and Other arise from th
the jury. He frequently cited Weapons of Mass Destruction He added,"
his own books on prisoner-of- on the Sea Bed and the Ocean ly in consen
war torture and methodically Floor and in the Subsoil thereof, treaty. There
listed eight categories of tor- nor is it using funds in support ple who are t
ment used in "coercive persua- of any seabed weapons system look like we'r
sion." He said Hearst's treat- or the support of such a sys- siles, but we'
ment included most of these tem."
highly specialized tactis. HODGES,w

IN NEARLY every school of
the University women received
higher GP's than men. They
averaged .145 higher than the
t problems could men with the large difference
e plan." being in the School of Nursing
"We are absolute- where women averaged 3.149
nance w i t h the while men had GPA's of 2.726.
are a lot of peo- This year's freshperson class
rying to make us followed a trend which has de-
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re not." Freshperson GPA's are up from
2.951 last year to 2.979 for the

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We had a technical evaluation."
Pressed to explain this term,
Cooney remarked, "It's when
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University Thursday afternoon,
has also suggested that the
Navy is connected to the Glo-
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"The hole in the Explorer was
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In response, one of Cooney's

fall 1975 term. Since 1965, fresh-
person class grade averages
have risen almost four points
from 2.54 to 2.979.
Statistics also indicate that
students' gradepoints improve
as they progress through the
University. Current sophomores
who had GPAs of 2.951 as fresh-
men now average near.2.97. The
pattern continues throughout the
class levels, with last year's

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- subordinates stated yesterday,
Transposed lines in our story "The Navy has no comment on
yesterday on fuel cloud explo-_Gmart___.
sion research may have caused
some confusion. The story should S
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"The approximate cost of the
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about $137,000 over a two-year
period." The third transposed
paragraph should have read,' (Continued from Page 1)
"Nicholls said that he and examination, plus a pain-reliev-
Sichel make proposals to the
I i oceAmmn ing influence when given to
at Eglin Air eLaboratory patients at levels of 150 milli-
Floiat EatoraForce Base in grams divided into six pills a
Florida as to what they would day. Patients also reported less
like to work on." of the nagging pain usually ex-
perienced between crises.
Summer Roundtrip To be sure that the effect was
not purely psychological, con-
N EW YORK trolled two-year tests are being
ONDON conducted with ten patients. The
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having improved their perform-
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is positive two years from now,
then the medication will prob-
ably be offered to most patients
because of its non-toxic effects.
iAll of our work so far has been
with adults. If it works as well
with infants, then they too
should be put on the treatment."
Brewer said that he would
next look into the possibility of
"developing a 'depot' method of
administration of the zinc - a
supply that is injected once a
1week or so, and gradually ab-
sorbed by the body."
1 Thanks to the efforts of Brew-
er and a lawyer, Ray Gomillion
got his job back at Ford after
being fired because of his di-
sease. If Brewer's testing stands
up, the pain that he andothers
lie him suffer from will soon
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winter usually," Brewer ex-
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