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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 16, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 16, 1 97b
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3 POSITIONS AVAILABLE
CANTERBURY HOUSE PROGRAM ASSISTANTS
Canterbury House is a center for contemporary spiritual
expression at the iUniversity of Michigan. Our programming
is focused on issues of spiritual growth and inquiry, concerns,
of social justice, and the arts.
We are looking for people who will conceive, design and
execute a substantial program or event which relates broadly
to our concerns. $500 is available for each position.r
Proposals should use local resources and require very minimal
funding, such as for publicity.
Program ideas in written form should be sent to the Chaplain,
Andrew Foster, at 218 N. Division St., Ann Arbor, 48108, by
Friday, January 23rd.

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If so, we need your participation
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By AP and Reuter
SAN FRANCISCO - Govern-
ment - appointed psychiatrist
Dr. Harry Kozol yesterday de-
nied testimony by Patricia
Hearst that he bullied and in-
timidated her during a psychi-
atric examination last week.
Kozol contradicted claims by
the- publishing heiress that his
pointed questioning had left her
hysterical and that he had sug-
gested to her that she had a
hand in her February, 1974,
kidnaping by the Symbionese
Liberation Army (SLA).
KOZOL was testifying on the
second day of a special hear-
ing requested by Hearst's at-
torneys to seek an order by the
court preventing any further
examination of her by the psy-
chiatrist.
Hearst had testified that ev-
erything Kozol asked her "was
like an accusation."
"He didn't care what I said
or didn't say," she said.
ONE of her attorneys, Al
Johnson, characterized Kozol as
an "FBI interrogator."
1"But the Boston psychiatrist
told the court: "Why she re-
acted the way she did had noth-
ing to do with anything in my
demeanor or anything in my
voice."'
Describing his demeanor as
"gentle, tender and compas-
sionate," Kozol testified that
Hearst reached the edge of
tears only near the end of their
meeting, when he mentioned a
slain terrorist companion for
whom she proclaimed her love.
AFTER about 2 hours of
testimony, U. S. District CouA
Judge Oliver Carter took under
advisement the government's
request that Hearst be directed
to meet again with Kozol. He
said be would decide the mat-
ter no later than Friday.
Asked by U, S. Atty. James
Browning Jr. whether he ex-
pressed disbelief in any of her
answers, Kozol replied: PNev-
er by word, never by expres-
sion, never by tone of voice.
Kozol, bespectacled and dress-
ed in dark suit and tie, also
denied Hearst's charges that he
had touched her, saying they
exchanged "not even a hand-
shake."
ASKED during cross-exami-
nation to describe his rapport
with Hearst, Kozol said be
wanted her only to "try to ans-
wer my questions. I'm not in-
terested in being popular with
her."
He said he hoped Hearst,
whom he described as "territt
ly worn, drawn, tense and
grim" during their meeting,
would decide on her own to
continue with the examination,
adding that he had made no
adverse judgments about her.
Hearst,21,ztestified Wednes-
day that Kozol had asked to see
some leg scars from a ten-
nis injury. "He picked up my
leg and looked at it. When
talking to me, he tapped at my
hands," she said.
"NO' matter what the out-
come of the hearing, Dr. Kozol
will not be permitted by the de-
fense to examine Patricia
Hearst," he said.
He added that another gov-
ernment psychiatrist, Dr. Joel
Fort of San Francisco, already
had examined her in compli-
ance with court orders.
The examinations by govern-
ment and defense doctors are
for use in possible expert testi-
mony about Hearst's mental
state at the time of the rob-
bery.

CHIEF defense attorney F.
Lee Bailey told newsmen after
the hearing that if Carter order.
ed the defense to allow Kozol to
wcestion Hearst further, he
wonild read her the order and
"let her decide."
Kozol said his only refer-
ence to the 1974 bank robbery
was to ask Hearst: "Why did
you do it?"
In testimony Wednesday,
Hearst swore Kozol asked her
if she was "proud" of having
robbed the bank. She also said
he referred to her "getting her-
self kidnaped.
"I AM certain she never got
herself kidnaned," Kozol said.
"I neVer siiepsted she got her-
self idnnned."
Hearst's trial on bank rob-
berv charges is scheduled to
begin bore on Jan. 26.
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