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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, Augusts 3, 1972

__________________________________ NEW ALLITERATION RECORD:
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Cheerful" County cop candidate cleverly
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(Continued from Page 1)
with local service agencies.
"In subsequent months, I as-
sisted Norris when he was with-
out employment or shelter. He
didn't even have any shoes. I
helped him get $50 for clothes
from a local agency and I even
went down to J.C. Penny's with
him to make sure he bought
shoes with the money.
"I also put him up at my
house on several nights, and I
counseled him on how to ob-
tain vocational services. The
only monies I gave Norris were
minor loans for meals - in
total less than $10 dollars.
"During my contacts with
Norris he asked me if I knew
of an attorney who could aid
him in the case - breaking and
entering - for which he had
originally charged. I put him in

touch with a local attorney,
Michael Stillwagon.
"Stillwagon and Norris sub-
sequently decided to file the
suit against Harvey. I was at no
time involved in this decision.
Harvey's charge that I 'put up'
Norris to the suit is simply
not true.
"I do not know what kind of
treatment Norris has received
since re-entering the jail, but
there is evidence that he has
been in a highly unbalanced
state. County officials admitted
today (yesterday) that he tried
to commit suicide during the
past weekend.
"I think it's unfortunate
Norris has decided to drop the
suit, but I'm sure he has been
under enormous pressure to do
so in recent weeks."

School board delays action
on transfer of city principal

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Leonard.
Leonard's attorney Ronald
Egnor called the hearing "a
halfway step to doing what is
right." Before the vote was
taken, Egnor told the board,
"We fully expect the board to
rescind its transfer decision to-
night."
According to Egnor, the Ann
Arbor schools could face re-
moval from the North Central
accreditation list because the
board acted in a personnel
transfer that was not recom-
mended by the superintendent.
Egnor requested that the board
compile a written statement of
the reasons for the Leonard
transfer before the hearing, since
Engor hasn't "the foggiest no-
tion" of the reasons behind the
board's action.
Julia Moore, a teacher at For-
sythe, called the board's decision
"basic bullshit."
"They don't have the good of
the Forsythe children in mind.
They're just trying to save face,"
she explained.
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Moore also accused the board
of "paying lip service to the
i d e a of community involve-
ment," since the board's actions
have not reflected the wishes of
the community, according to
Moore
NEWS BRIEFS
Marguerite Hood, noted. Uni-
versity of Michigan professor of
music education, was elected to
the Board of Directors of the
International Society of Music
Education (ISME) at its re-
cent meeting in Tunisia. She
will be representing the United
States for the next two years
on the Board.
Prof. Geneva Nelson, also of
the School of Music faculty,
was on hand to participate in
the conference's activities.
Thirty-eight nations were
represented by approximately
600 delegates.
Prof. Hood chaired a special
session at the conference fea-
turing panelists from New
Zealand, Italy, Sweden, U.S.S.R.
and Czechoslovakia.
The University. of Michigan
Baroque Trio-Nelson Hauen-
stein, flute, Gustave Rosseels,
violin, Charles Fisher, harpsi-
chord, and Peter Spring, double
bass-with Leslie Guinn,- bari-
tone, will give a concert at 8
p.m. Tuesday (Aug. 11 in Rack-
ham Auditorium.

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