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THE SUMMER DAILY

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Informer admits towing marijuana
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (P)- AW leader, in detail about possi- former last year when he adopt- he planned to bomb "Old Main,"
FBI informer William Lemmer ble criminal activity in an effort ed the scruffy old fatigue jackets a landmark building at the Uni-
testified yesterday he agreed for to discredit his earlier testimony and long hair sported by VVAW versity of Arkansas.
$5,000 to tow a rental trailer load- that he heard VVAW leaders members, testified he was in- Lemmer denied that he advis-
ed with marijuana from Fayette- plot bombings, assassinations, volved in the August 1971 mari- ed Vanceil on the type of explo-
ville, Ark., to Joplin, Mo., where and attacks on police, juana case but gave advance in- sive to use. He said he walked to
he was told it would be sold to U. S. District Judge 'Winston formation about the Joplin trip within 200 yards of the building
"some big dopg dealers." Arnow warned Lemmer that to Sheriff Bill Long of Washing- in an effort to talk the youth out
Lemmer, 24, is a key govern- some of the questioning might in- ton County, Ark. of the bombing attempt, then
ment witness in the second week volve criminal charges and ask- HE AND FOUR others were ar- went to a bar when unsuccessful.
of the conspiracy trial of eight ed if he wanted an attorney. rested while passing through T H E J U R Y was not pres-
Vietnam Veterans Against the "Quite frankly, I'm not afraid Kansas. The others were sen- ent when the defense began ques-
War accused of plotting violence to answer any of these ques- tenced to jail, but he wasn't pro- tioning Lemmer, but Arnow al-
during the 1972 Republican Na- tions," Lemmer replied. "I don't secuted. lowed them to be called back for
tional Convention in Miami. need an attorney." Lemmer also testified he in- the afternoon session when the
DEFENSE attorneys cross-ex- The neatly dressed Lemmer, formed the FBI in the fall of 1971 testimony was to be repeated.
amined Lemmer, a former VV- who admitted he was an FBI in- after Mark Vanceil, 17, told him The defense complained to the
- - _ -judge before the start of Friday's
i iGiS Shearing that he was giving gov-
ernment prosecutors an unfair
Graham' Spree drCwscriticim advantage. The attorneys said

Saturday, August 11, 1973
the judge refused to allow the
jury to hear evidence which
could damage Lemmer's credi-
bility, while allowing the jury to
hear prosecution testimony con
taining inflammatory statements
about the defendants.
THES sUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXItI, No. 0
Saturday, August 11, 1973
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LONDON U'P) - Billy Graham
is bringing a radically new kind
of crusade to Britain later this
month, and already his "Spree
73" idea is under heavy criti-
cism.
Clergymen and laymen call the
$600,000 crusade, among other
things, a spiritual luxury and
hit - and - run evangelism. The,
organizers say the event will be
an "investment in eternity."
DURING PART of the crusade,
delegates aged 14 years and up
will blitz the streets of London
with religious salesmanship.
The C h u r c h of England's
weekly magazine expressed con-
cern about what the delegates
will learn. It said the Billy Gra-
ham Association gave "no ade-
quate reply"to its queries.
Spree - a name derived from
"spiritual re-emphasis" - was
patterned after Graham's highly
successful Expo 72 in Dallas.
tov.
tonight
6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 Singalong Jubilee
20 Temple Baptist Church
50 Star Trek-Adventure
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Dan Rather
4 13 NBC News-Garrick Utley
7 24 Reasoner Report
9 Canada Summer Games
20 DOzze and Harrit
50Bihat's te Big Idea
7:00 2 Sperstat s oRock
4 George Pierrt-Travel
7 News
9 It's Up To You
11 Hae Haw
13 Lawrence welk
20 Mvie-Thriller Bw
"TheFace of Terror."
(Spanih; 192)
24 Call of the west-Drama
5-Lawrence Welk
7:0 2Yong li. Kildare -
4 Johnny Mann's Stand Up
and Cheer
7 Town Meeting
61Nor, Cash
24 Johnny Mann's Stand Up
and Cheer
56 Musical Encounter
8:00 2 11 All in the Family -
4 13 Jarrett-Drama
7 24 Partridge Family
9 All Around the Circle
56 The session-Music
50 That Good Ole Nashville Music
8:36 2 11 Bridget Loves Bernie
-Comedy
7 24 Paul Lynde-Comedy
- 9 Main Chance
S Gallry-Documentay
20 Seven Hundred Club
56 The Coming Asunder of
Jimmy Bright-Drama
50 Lou Gordon-Discussion
Guest: Guru Maharaj J
10:30 9 Document
11:002 4 7, 11 13 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News
11:15 9 A Look Back
24 Canadian Pro Football
11:30 2 Movie-Comedy Bw
"The Devil's Disciple." (1959)
"4 Jony Caon
7 Movie-Drama nW
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."IT IS WEALTHY Christians
in the West indulging in five
days of spiritual luxury," said the
Rev. Philip Crowe, one of Spree's
most vociferous critics.
"It is the essence of world-
liness, an extravaganza," said
Crowe, a Birmingham evangelist
and former crusader.
Spree's organizers reply that
the event, which opens Aug. 27,
could have "astounding long
term effects for the Kingdom of
God."
SPREE IS A six-day marathon
stretching from 9 o'clock in the
morning to 9 o'clock at night,
with more schooling than sing-
ing.
Mornings will be devoted to
training sessions in scripture
and salesmanship, afternoons to
house-to-house canvassing, and
evenings to addresses and enter-
tainment.
The final day will be given ov-
9 Encounter
i Movie-Drama
"woman's world." (1954)
13 Movie-Drama
"Merrill's Marauders." (1962)
50 Movie-Thriller Bw
"Run, Psycho, Run." (Italian;
1966)
12:00 5 Movie-Mystery
"The Lonely Profession." (1969)
1:00 4 13 News
1:30 2 Movie-Comedy nw
"Blondie's Reward (1948)
7 Movie-Mystery
"Midnight Lace." (1960)
11 News
2:00 9 signs of the Zodiac
3:00 2 Divorce Court
7 News
3:30 2 News
IDaily Of ficial Bulletin
Saturday, August 11
DAY CALENDAR
University Players: "The Roar of the
Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd,"
Power. 0 pm.
Sonday, August 12
TV Center:d "Amric n Consumer:
Saving Money,' wwJ-TV, Channel 4,
Monday, August 13
Carillon Recital: william De Turk, as-
sistant carillonneur, Burton Tower, 7
pmn.

er to a mass rally in Wembley
Stadium, with Graham and folk
singer Johnny Cash in the star
oots.
CHRISTIAN weekly newspap-
ers carried full page articles at-
tacking Spree and have editorial-
ly urged its organizers to clar-
ify their methodsand justify the
cost of the event. General Direc-
tor Maurice Rowlandson attrib-
utes the criticism to the scope of
Spree, saying: "People don't
know what they're in for and so
they're uneasy about it all."
Among the main objections to
Spree is its $600,000 cost, to be
raised indonations andhdelegate
fees at almost $9.60 a head. Or-
ganizers were counting on 25,000
delegates, but so far only 1,000
have registered.
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COSTA GAVRAS'
The Sleeping Car Murder 1966
The first feature by the Director of Z and THE CONFESSION: A com-
plex and stylish murder mystery, one by one suspects are murdered, set-
ting the stage for an intriguing final twist. Excellent cast and first-rate
photography.
with Yves Montand, Simone Signoret,
Jean-Louis Trintignant
AUDITORIUM A, ANGELL HALL SAT., AUG. 11 7:30 & 9:30 $1.00

cinema guild
TONIGHT-August 11
"ROBERT ROSSEN delivers . . . his
incontestable masterpiece."
-CAHIER DU CINEMA
WARREN BEATTY is drawn into the
nether world of JEAN SEFERG'S
mind. Also involving PETER FONDA
and GENE HACKMAN.
8 & 10 p.m.
Architecture -Auditorium
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