Tuesday, August 10, 197
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Tuesday, August 10, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
By The Associated Press
REV. PHILIP BERRIGAN was placed in an isolated cell
block yesterday after he and five other prisoners passed out
leaflets urging that the prisoners in the federal jail stage a
hunger and work strike supporting all political prisoners.
Berrigan and 25 others were placed in individual cells in a
housing unit. They are not allowed to mingle with the other
Originally, only Berrigan and five others were placed in the
isolated cells, but they were later joined by 20 others who staged
a work strike.
ISRAELI FORCES drove four miles into Lebanon yesterday
and. attacked two Palestinian guerrilla bases in a battle that
lasted six hours.
A guerilla communique issued in the Lebanese capital of
Beirut said the Israelis attacked in armored cars and halftracks,
striking behind a heavy artillery barrage. It claimed fighting
was often hand-to-hand.
Neither side gave any indication of the number of troops in-
volved, but the guerrilla communique said one guerrilla was killed
and four wounded. Israeli sources put the casualties at one guer-
rilla killed and an Israeli soildier wounded.
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THE OAKLAND DISTRICT ATTORNEY said yesterday he
"certainly" will try Black Panther leader Huey P. Newton a third
time in the 1967 shooting of a policeman.
Newton's second trial ended in a hung jury. He is charged with
voluntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a police officer
during a street gun battle between Panthers and Oakland police.
After being judged guilty in his first trial, Newton served
+ 22 months of a prison term before his conviction was overturned
by the State Court of Appeals.
THE STATE DEPARTMENT of Natural Resources (DNR)
warned on Sunday that continued commercial lake trout fish-
ing by Michigan Indians will wipe out the state's entire supply of
lake trout within five months.
a The DNR claims that Indian commercial fishermen -- about
50 of whom are now at work across the State - are taking unfair
advantage of a State Supreme Court decision in April which
exempted them from game and fish laws.
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John Ford's classic The Informer
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During the 1922 Irish Rebellion, Gypo Nokin sells
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Jack London's classic The Sea Wolf
EDWARD G. ROBINSON as Wolf Larsen, an ob-
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