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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 19,.1976

Pe Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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forced to rob that bank when a
month later she was spraying
the area of Mel's Sporting
Goods with automatic and semi-
automatic gunfire to free these
very captors? Can you believe
that?" U.S. Attorney J am e s
Browning asked the panel of se-
ven women and five men.
F. LEE BAILEY, in a sur-
prisingly brief closing argument
for the defense in the eight-
week trial, told the jury: "This
is not a case about bank rob-
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bery . . . It is a case about
dying or surviving. That is all
that Patricia Campbell Hearst
thought about."
Bailey's final statement, the
one he said could win or lose
the case, followed an often dra-
matic two-hour presentation by
Browning. The prosecutor urg-
ed the panel to reject Hearst's
"entire testimony as not cred-
ible" and pronounce her the
willing revolutionary she pro-
claimed herself to be while in
the company of the Symbionese
Liberation Army (SLA).
She was, Browning said, t h e
"rebel in search of a cause"
described by government psy-
chiatrists. Dismissing her story

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took part in the robbery with
"nerve" and without coercion.j

day - six months to the day
after Hearst ,the fugitive heir-
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IN A FINAL response before ers used to say he wo-ldn't run a money-making book for the
court was recessed, Browning BAILEY, as he had through- for president no matter h o w Temo-rats too, but that they
told jurors: "I'm sorry Patricia out the trial, told the panel that badly the country needed a :idn't accept the offer because
Hearst was kidnaped. I'm sorry Hearst was forced to take part comedian. thev saw leg^l prroblems.
anyone was kidnaped . . . but in the April 15, 1974, bank rob- He also said he belonged to "I'm sure it will sell a min-
can you assume that she was bery in a desperate bid to sur- no organized political party be- imlm of 50,000 copies," s a i d
a kidnap victim for the next vive among her terrorist cap- cause he was a Democrat. Skbik. "Politics has been such
19 months? tors - "a bunch of crazy psy- NOW THE Republicans are heavy stuff, depressing occas-
"Don't be misled by the chopaths.' N trying in a new book to sho nallv decide tere w ano-
smokescreen that the defense That, he said ,is the "over- they have a funnybone, too.w h side 'oli t nd
has raised. Judge this case on view" the jury should take in The book contains 58 stories . reuicans aren
the merits. Judge this case on considering "the fine line of by President Ford and a bunch The o nrincludes corri-
the evidence." whether she was acting vol- by Ronald Reagan and none by butions from such big-time Re-
The scene thus was set for untarily." Rogers, since he was a Demo- publicans as Sens. Barry Gold-
final instructions and presenta- He reminded the jurors of de- crat. water, Robert Dole and Charles
tion of the case to the jury to- tails of her abduction and cap- "Betty had studied modern Percy, assorted congressmen
- ---- -- - _- ----- tivity and called on them to dance and I was a former foot- and Republican n ation al
consider Hearst as the best ball player," Ford recalled in committee members.
IARG EM EN Tsorefrwatokpcei one anecdote. "She never reallys
A the SLA hideouts.tHe reminded came right outand said I was FORD'S bon mots are taken
them that the terrorists had a poor dancer; she's much too from his speeches:
A L told their captive she w o u d kind for that. "Sen. Humphrey is a d e a r
face prison if she turned herself "BUT SHE did have a rather friend of mine and I can still re-
in. interesting theory as to why I member the first time I ever
played center rather than quar- heard him speak at the Alfalfa
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Films Offer unusual
switch on past trash
(Continued from Page 5) 1 ly. Nevertheless, the animation
during the film's seemingly in- was nothing like you've seen in
terminable 17minute length. A Hanna-Barbera cartoons.
verbal battle waged between, Victor Livingston's A Disease
two patrons, one who souted, presented a first-rate premise-
"I'll talk! I'll talk!" and "I see a man, confined to his bed, pro-
God!" during two particularly ceeds to map and graph every
uncomfortable stretches, and element of his tiny, enclosed
others who defended the film room, and eventually makes
and called tis hecklers "pin- conclusions about time,' space
heads." - and futility. Livingston's visuals
The rest of the program was were not partimularly impres-
marked by its entrants' respec- sive, but he employed a haunt-
tive senses of humor. T o n y ing, unforgettable voice-over
Joseph's George Kodak, Detec- narrative.
tive, though essentially a one- The evening's best film was
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animation of a man pushing a much of the film is shaky, it is
steadily growing boulder up a saved by a few almost frighten-
hill -all of which represented ing visuals and a general good-
human achievement, supposed- natured humor.

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