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Vol. LXXXI, No. 1-S

Ann Arbor, Michian-Wedne day, May 5, 1971

Free Issue

Twenty Pages

hodes nmed ean of LSA

Plans more
emphasis on
undergreads
By GERI SPRUNG
Geology Prof. Frank
Rhodes has been appointed
the new dean of the liter-
ary college.
Rhodes will tske office July 1,
succeeding Acting Dean Alfred
Sustman. President R o b e n
Fleming snounced Rhode's se-
lection April 29 st a special liter-
ary college fsculty meeting.
sn an interview Monday,
Rh desindicated his primary
priorities would include a reas-
sertion of the importance of un
dergraduate teaching, and he
development of a creator seneo
of community within the ovr-
oily.
Rhodes said he envisions ava-
riety of educational eapeosnenis
including more interdeparmet-
at programs and varyin gap-
proaches to the standard lecture
couse. nt etaie oe
Declaring he wishes to "restore
the dienity and importane ol
undesgraduate it e a h i n
Rhodes noted he will continue to
leacha n introductory gos.h sy
course whiledean.
Rhodes expressed suxporta y
student involvement in college
government and indicated he
would plan toset aside s one
time each week when studens
from the literary college could
come to speak with him.
Rhodes was chosen y Flexs-
ing from a list submitted erir
in April y a search committee.
The committee, composed at
three students and six faculty
members, was appointed hr
Fleming early in January to coo-
aider nominations, intervieo
candidates and present a list of
four names.
rho final selection was nar-
roweod down to two candidates,
Rhodes and University of Tolas
history Prof. Bartan Gregorian.
Notified of Fleming's choice at
t-heir April meeting, the Regents
authorized Fleming to negovtet
with Rhodes and are expected
to confirm the appointmnt at
their meeting May 21.
See NEW, Page 2

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10,000 AlI
ANTI -WAR

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!

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PROTESTS

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-Daily-Sara Krulwich
Police arrest demonstrators at justice Department
eporter jailed uring
demonstration in D.C.
OITORdS NOTE :Daily reporte were ten people in it. It was connecting suburban Virginia to
say Chanwey was arrested i
shington, D.C., Monday while hot, humid, stuffy, and the tear the capital.
wring an attempt by anti-war gas which stuck to their cloth- Most of those arrested were
aonstrators toemarchw oared the ing was still burning their eyes remnants of a group which had
ratags I the flowin article and making them cough. earlier a s se m b 1 e d near the
relates hi s experencwes, shared
some extent by the thousands of Even so, they were luckier Washington Monument for a
ested protesters. than those in the cell across the march to the Pentagon.
By LINDSAY CHANEY aisle which was crammed with When the -original crowd of
16 prisoners. 700 marched down 14th St. to-
special To The Daily The group in Cell 39 had been ward the bridge, it was stopped
VASHINGTON - Cell 39 at arrested at 6:30 a.m. in the vi- at the first intersection by linos
D.C. police headquarters was cinity of the 14th Street Bridge, of riot-equipped police. Many of
feet by seven feet and there which spans the Potomac River the demonstrators ran around
the police lines, and a few slip-
pod through, but further down
the street there were more po-
F; lice who began making arrests.
A small group which reassemt-
bled about half a block from the
r tibridge was attacked by a whoop-
ing band of metropolitan police,
ho grabbed every demonatr-,
tor they could and herded them
together by the street to wait
}te ' ; z; }tot a pimmon bus.
I was observing the arrests
when I was apprehended.
Many journalists were also
arrested, mostly those from the
college press or with long hair.
These included Paul Travis of
The Daily, as well as reporters
from the New York Times and
the Washington Eyening Star.
The police tactic of rounding
up large groups of people and
taking them to detention cen-
-Daly-Tery teras without pressing charges
masiat-uerrceMDeaartynrseverhourha drawn cri-

D.C. POLUSICE
By LYNN WEINER
Special to the Daily
W A S H I N G T O N - Over
2,700 more anti-war demon-
strators were arrested here yes-
terday in the second day of
planned civil disobedience to
protest the Indochina war. The
arrests swelled to over 10,000
persons, all apprehended during
the last two weeks of contin-
uous demonstrations in the na-
tion's capital.
Some 2,200 people were arrest-
ed at the Justice Dept. yester-
day afternoon after police de-
clared a rally attended by al-
most 5,000 demonstrators an
"illegal assembly" and ordered
everyone in the area to disperse.
Late . last night, Superior
Additional articles and pictures
of the Washington demonstra-
tions are on Pages 8 and 9.
Court Judge Harold Green ruled
that D.C. Police Chief J e r r y
Wilson was in contempt of court
for not adhering to a court
ruling that arrested demonstrat-
ors be given the option of being
released upon posting $10 col-
lateral payment.
Earlier in'the day, police had
said that those arrested at the
Justice Department would be
arraigned on charges of disor-
derly conduct and not released
unless they post $250 bail,
Green's decision will mean
immediate freedom for the ap-
proximately 400 protesters who
Wilson ordered held until they
posted the $250 bail.
See ARRESTS, Page 9
On the inside ...
Profile of the new
LSA dean . . . P. 2
Arts P. 5
News analysis of the changing
tactics of anti-war
protesters ... ........... P. 8
Call for a national
moratorium .............. P. 9
Book reviews .. ....... P. 12
Sports-----------------P. 19

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