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Tuesday, June 27, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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Court discards Army case

(Continued from Page 1)
Brennan, delivering the de-
cision, said the 1968 Safe Streets
Act was designed to protect pri-
vacy and strictly limit wire-
tapping. At the same time, he
said, the law serves to bar con-
tempt judgments until the wire-
tapper shows he acted legally.
The four Nixon administra-
tion nominees, Burger and Jus-
tices Harry Blackmun, Lewis
Powell Jr., and William Rehn-
quist were united in the dis-
sent. Speaking for them, Rehn-
quist accused the majority of
utter disregard for Congress' in-
tent and of bringing about a
critical change in the operations
of grand juries.

The decisions came on the
next-to-last session before sum-
mer recess begins on Thursday.
Among the key cases still to be
decided are three testing the
constitutionality of the death
penalty.
In other rulings the court:
-Ruled that a state-supported
college may not ban Students
for a Democratic Society (SDS)
from its campus merely because
it finds the SDS philosophy ab-
horrent,
-Struck down ordinances in
Chicago and Rockford, Ill.,
which had prohibited picketing
or denonstrations near public
schools during school hours.

Credentials
(Continud from Page )
"We're very concerned about
this," * one staffer says. "It's
under study and we may-have to
issue a statement disassociating
ourselves from his campaign."
Brown's credentials as a for-
mer national staffer are also in
question.
A cursory check at McGovern's
national headquarters in Wash-
ington reveals no record of
Brown having ever been regis-
tered as a member of the na-
tional staff.
Brown says he worked in the
Ohio campaign as an "organizer"
and was then assigned to the
Livonia office during the-primary
here.
Brown says ito plarne to work
in the Nerr Jerse' primary cant-
paign, btt changed trio midand
decided to run for congre.sa in
this district.
Although there seems to be
no controversy concerning his ac-
tivities, major questions remain
whether his essentially volunteer
work qualifies him as a national
staffer.
One person who doesn't think
so is Laird Harris, the political
director of McGovern's state of-
fice here.
"I was in charge of the field
operation in the Michigan cam-
paign," Harris says. "I cleared
all national people in the state
and he (Brown) was not cleared
by me. Be certainly wvas not a

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questioned
national staffer and he was not
a state staffer either."
Fojtik is another McGovern
volunteer with doubts about
Brown's credentials. "A 1 m o s t
anyone could call themselves na-
tional staff, I guess," she says.
"I've worked for national staff
but I know I'm just a volunteer."
Brown defends his use of the
term "national staff" in cam-
paign literature. "In my opin-
ion, 'he says, "I was national
staff. I was told in Ohio that
that was what I was called."
The Toledo McGovern for Pres-
ident office could not be reached
last night for verification.
MVMI declares_
'Weed Week'
(Continued from Page 3)
Rainbow People's Party, which
initiated the drive, money is
needed for MMI publicity, ma-
terials and "incredible telephone
bills" resulting from the state-
wide coordination effort.
Fenton says no count of peti-
tion signatures has been made
yet, but he expects that by July
5, MMI will have about 100,000.
If MMI does not collect
enough signatures to put the
question on the November bal-
lot, Fenton says they will con-
tinue petitioning for the next
state election in two years.
"We'd like to make it this
year," he says, "but we're com-
mitted to legalizing marijuana
no matter 'how long it takes."
Fenton cites a lack of com-
munity participation as one
reason the two-month initiative
has not succeeded thus far.
"People haven't been working
on it enough," Fenton complains.
"They relate to it, but not
enough are involved."
MMI also depended on radio
stations such WRIF and WABX
in Detroit for publicity, but paid
ads for the drive have been re-
fused as "too controversial."
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