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Saturday, June 12, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

S~iturday, June 12, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Examining pot, guns
(continued from Page 6) the lab kept growing, Rolandson
grass by the warm lights of the says the real impetus for ex-
labs." pansion came after recent Su-
Since then, the police have only preme Court decisions which he
saved samples of the confiscated claims place an emphasis on
material and burned the rest. In physical evidence, rather than
addition, over 5000 hand guns are interrogation.
melted down each year-except As a result, he says, officers
new models to complete the gun are now more knowledgeable and
library. aware of evidence they used to
The Lansing crime lab was walk right over. The labs are
started in the early thirties, run capable of doing analysis on all
by a single officer with self- types of implements, but it is up"
manufactured equipment. Though to the officer on the scene to col-
Publications employe to sue 'U'

(Continued from Page 3)
Student Directory-and is re-
sponsible for labor relations in
the publications building.
In the leaflet, Pedit claimed
he was fired Mar. 16 because of
his attempts to join AFSCME.
Rehired four days later after
apologizing to his superior, Pedit
proceeded to meet with AFSCME
workers in an attempt to realize
his list of demands-including the
unionization of the position of
pressman's helper and a defini-
tion of the position's duties with
pay commensurate for those du-
ties.
Last night, law Prof. L. Hart
Wright, chairman of the publica-
tions board, commented on the
Pedit case.
"Immediately after the Uni-
versity's determination of the
employe's status, his supervisor
-the superintendent of the
printing shop - and I met for
21/2 hours with Mr. Pedit,"
Wright said. Invited as observ-
ers were the Daily's editor and
student business manager.
"The variety of his concerns,

and ours, were discussed in com-
plete candor. No doubt his super-
visor will be meeting with him
again regarding matters over
which that supervisor has com-
plete jurisdiction," Wright con-
tinued. "And certain policy ques-
tions which spring from this case
will be on the agenda of the next
meeting of the publications
board in September."
"Prior to that meeting, appro-
priate studies will be nade to
enable the board, hopefully, to
respond wisely to the policy im-
plications," Wright added.
However, Pedit said last night
he was "badgered, intimidated
and subjected to three hours of
bullshit" at the meeting.
"I guess I'm pretty naive,"
Pedit continued. "I had assumed
that if The Daily were approach-
ed with some rational argu-
ments, that The Daily would re-
act with logic rather than with
emotion."
"But it didn't, and that's why
I've been checking with lawyers
this week n sprepare a course of
action," he said.

and drugs
lect every trace of evidence he
can find. "We supply the where-
withal," Rolandson says, "but
the officer has the idea."
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BULLETIN
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official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Noices shond be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day preceding publication and
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and
Sunday. Iteems appear once only.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
SATURDAY, JUNE 11
Placement
SUMMER PLACEMENT
Girl needed to demonstrate n e w
water sport equipment; must be 20
or 21, eperienced water ker, hove
car and free to travel. For further de-
tails, contact Summer Placement, 212
5AB, 764-7460.
Foreign Visitors
Giampaolo Bonani, Writer and Head
of Research Ofe. of RUT Foundation,
Rome, Italy, can be reached through
the Foreign Viotr i., ms 22-24,
ich. Union, (764-214), June 14-16.
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weighted by he r past.
With Hans Conreid and
Don Murray. Directed by
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SUNDAY
M
Fritz Lang chillingly di-
rected this 1931 thriller
-with Peter Lorre as a
c h i d murderer who is
captured and tried by the
underworld.
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