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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June T i 1977

I'oge I en THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, June11, 1977

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Postil declared innocent

(Continued fron PagO 1)
"No one really won or lost the
fight," he added. "Baysinger
j3ut came out on top."
THE BRAWL allegedly began
after a conversation in the park-
ing lot of the reception hall be-
tween Postill and Baysinger
concerning p r o b l e m s in the
deputy's work at the jail was
interrupted by former Jail Ad-
ministrator FrankDonley.,When
Baysinger denied Donley's ac-
cusations that he had been caus-
ing trouble at the jail,ta scuffle
broke out between the three.
Baysinger's wife, Shirley, who
had joined the group by this
time was caught up in the dis-
turbance and eventually thrown
against a parked car.
The fight moved inside the re-
ception hall where Postill was
knocked to the ground and kick-
ed by Baysinger. Donley was
thrown down a flight of stairs

and kicked by a group of male
guests at the reception.
POSTILL returned to his car,
radioed the sheriff's department
for aid, and returned to the re-
ception hall carrying a pair of
handcuffs.
Postill, who testified in his
own behalf yesterday, said he
went behind Baysinger in an at-
tempt to arrest the deputy by

placing the handcuffs over the
man's shoulder and around his
wrists. It was at this point, 13a-
singer charged, that Postill had
attempted t1 choke him with
the cuffs.
FOLLOWING the verdict, Pos.
till also said he intends to con-
tinue progress on the seseral
civil suits he has pending as a
result of the incident's after-
math

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(Continut tearo,, Page 3)
agreement, a vote was called
for to extend the time by 15
minutes. This motion narrowly
lost the two-thirds majority it
needed, 531-295 - 19 votes
short of passage.
Chisson, Donnelly and others
concerned spoke with Lieuten-
ant Governor James Damman
later in the afternoon in an at-
tempt to have the morning's
proceedings declared illegal.
They felt an infraction had
been committed because of the
many minutes lost.
SHIRLEY MONSON of NOW
denied any illegal infractions
had taken place.
"This is just a tactic," she
said of HOW's claims.
"The chair has bent over
backwards to be nice," Mon-
son added.
Many times throughout the
day, feminists accused the anti-
feninists of "monopolizing the
microphones",
During an afternoon informa-
tion session, Donnelly inter-
rupted Helen Milliken who had
the floor. Donnelly demanded
to know why she had been told
earlier that the governor's wife
had left town. Donnelly would
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not relinquish the microphase
even at the insistence of th
monitor, University Rrgett
Sarah Power.
"I DON'T understand this
lack of fairness," Monson said
Throughout the day, speakers
spoke of this meeting as a
chance for women from acruss
the state to get together atd
discuss women's issues.
H*istory
behind 'U'
landm arks
(Continued from Page I
The huge anchor by the Engi-
neering Arch, for example, was
simply donated to the depart-
ment of Naval Architecture four
years ago.
One statue on campus which
seems to defy explanation is
what appears to be a topless
pole located near the Graduate
Library. Actually, it is a "Pro
fessors' Monument," erected in
memory of professors who hate
made great contributions !, tie
University.
AS TO THE whereahous of
the top of the monument, Fred
Mayor of the University's l'an-
ning Department said a- far a>
he kn a ows "it was alwmu
broken.
"'his is not situtea"usol",ii
of art expression,' he added

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