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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WednesdaY, August 19, 1970

Wednesday, August 19, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'HARD HAT' INCIDENT:
Police admit guilt in
/ not preventing clash
r/

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 2) Senators str e back
Grade sheets for Spring-Summer and;
Summer Half, 1970 have been sent to
departments for distribution to instruc-
tors. All grade sheets should be submit- a t
ted within 'Jive days of the examina-
tion, and no later than Wednesday,
senger service will be provided on a WAHNTN(')-Sug faste ixn dmitrio
regular basis by the Office of the Reg- WSIGO I)-Sug fasteNxnamnsrto
istrar to departmental offices on the by an accusation that they may be giving up trying to forg
Central Campus beginning Friday, would sponsor America's first a political settlement of th
August 21 a n d continuing through military defeat, counter-attack- war and may be seeking a mii-
12:00 Noon on Thursday. August 27.
Grades may also be submitted directly ing senators asserted yesterday tary solution.
to the Office of the Registrar at "Win- Vice President Spiro Agnew
dow A." L. S. & A. Building during may be undermining constitu- And Sen. J. W. Fulbright (D
working hours. Questions pertaining to tional government. Ark), said by Agnew to have
grade reports may be directed to 764- history of "querulous fuddy
6292. Sen. Mark Hatfield, (R-Ore), duddyism," declared:
August 21 - ENACT Lecture - Cliff one of Agnew's prime targets
Humphrey, Ecology Action (Berkeley, a Monday speech, said he "I know of no precedent fo
Cal.) founder. "New Life Styles and _ina thedprsidentefhthesSnateha
S oci al Responsibility": Canterbury -. the president of the Senate at
House, noon. tacking personally members o

NEW YORK -' - The Po-
lice Department admitted fault
yesterday in not preventing a
clash between "hard hat" con-
struction workers and peace
demonstrators in front of City
Hall last May 8. Police person-
nel problems and equipment dif-
ficulties were cited as key rea-
sons for the failure.
The report. which Mayor
John V. Lindsay said he would
give intense study, admitted
that "much to their chagrin"
the police r a n into problems
they were not prepared to han-
dIe.
A 45-page report disclosed
that the police department con-
Daily Of ficial Bulletin
Day Calendar
Wednesday, August 19-
Degree Recital - James Fader, trum-
pet: School of Music Recital Hail, 8:00
p.m.
University Summer Choir - Thomas
Hilbish, director: Hill Auditorium, 8:00
p.m.
General Notices
Students interested in tickets f o r
Professional Theatre Program's Fall
Festival in exchange forselling tick-
ets during registration please contact
PTP office, 764-0450.
Student Identification Cards - Any
student identification card. marked
valid suimer, spring, or winter 1970
only must be replaced before the stu-
dent may register for the Fall term,
1970. Replacement of this card may be
accomplished by making application at

ducted 324 interviews in con-
nectior- with the clash, events
leading up to it, and the after-
math of injuries, arrests and
court suits.
Two patrolmen were brought
up on charges, the report stated
- the first for failing to obtain
medical aid for an injured wo-
man who requested it a'nd then
not properly investigating and
reporting it.
T h e second departmental
charge involved a policeman
who did not arrest a construc-
-tion worker even though an in-
jured youth had made a com-
plaint against him.
"Window A" in the L. S. & A. Build-
ing prior to August 28, 1970. Proper
notification of the student's correct
social security number should be avail-
able when application is made.
All students should check their iden-
tification cards for errors: The first
nine digits of t h e student number
should be equal to the student's social
security number.
If the numbers do not match, the in-
correct c a r d should be brought to
"Window A" L. S. & A. Building for re-
placement. No replacement fee will be
charged.
For the Fall term registration, Sep-
tember 1-September 2, all matters con-
cerning I.D. cards will be handled in
the Lobby of the L.S.&A. Building. Fall
I.D. cards will be distributed at this
location beginning Thursday, August
27 through Thursday, September3,
during regular working hours.
(Continued on Page 7)
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Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
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through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
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"A FUN FILM ABOUT FUN CITY WHEN
IT REALLY WAS FUN CITYr"
-Bob Salmaggi WINS
"What a delight to laugh out loud at sex"
-Judith Crist, New York Magazine
"ONE OF THE YEAR'S F U N N I E S T
MOVIES" -Joseph Gelmis, Newsday
"Inspired- direction, mixes the proper pro-
portions of horseplay, atmosphere, and

this body."
He accused Agnew of attempt-
ing to intimidate senators in
"a very dangerous perversion of
the democratic process."
Agnew in a speech to a veter-
ans' group said the so-called
end-the-war amendment could
lead to the first U.S. military
defeat and produce a blood bath
in Southeast Asia under a Com-
munist takeover.

W*AWb~j*,rd tr bithl "
b.ttt
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BI Th A
ANGELA DAVIS, the Un
geles instructor who was fired
on the FBI's list of Ten Most
Miss Davis stands accused
Aug. 7 attempt to free three Sa
in San Rafael, Calif. Two of the
man attempting to free them we
URUGUAYAN GUERRILI
warned Uruguay yesterday th
diplomat, whom they hold cap
government frees 193 political v
Another letter, signed by B
dlared the squad would avenge t:
Mitrione earlier this month by ki
guerrillas.
A DIPHTHERIA OUTBRE
the city to open up emergency
day, as two new cases were cor
the month.
Thousands stood in a line tl
emergency headquarters which o
children received shots at 52 dis
The city of 700,000, third la
an epidemic state. Dr. William
was "anybody's guess" as to how
SOME 400 BLACK DELE4
ed out of the American Federa
Hilton Hotel in Pittsburg yesl
the hotel's discriminatory hirin
The AFT's Black Caucus a
through the downtown area duri
civil rights luncheon, which had
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munist takeover.

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--Associated Press
Gets legal aid
After having paid $60 a month for eighteen years, Mrs. Lizzie Thrower of Detroit decided to stop
the house payments in 1969. Last week she was evicted but help has appeared in the guise of
the Citizens Urban Opportunity Fund, which Monday promised to help her with her legal diffi-
culties. For the moment, however, she, and her belongings, remain on the outside of her home.

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