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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 31, 1975

In the ne,
Internationa
LONDON - Frank Sinatra, who can-
celed his West Berlin concert last week
following press attacks on him, won
bouquets from London's critics yester-
day for his performance in the Royal
Albert Hall. He also derided German
press descriptions of him as a "super
gangster." "They're gangsters," Sina-
tra told the audience. "What gives with
these Germans anyway? I've done noth-
ing to them. I could have answered
them and told reporters to 'look to the
sins of your fathers,' " he said. "I could
have mentioned a couple of places like
Dachau," he added, refering to the World
War II Nazi concentration camp.
National
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - After hear-.
ing a lengthy charge on the mechanics of
conspiracy, a jury began deliberating
the fate yesterday of two Symbionese
Liberation Army members accused of
murdering an Oakland school official.
Avowed SLA "soldiers" Joseph Rem-
iro and Russell Little are charged with
murder in the slaying of School Supt.
Marcus Foster in a case built primarily
on - circumstantial evidence about an
SLA murder plot. Foster, a nationally
known black educator, was killed from
ambush with cyanide-tipped bullets Nov.
6, 1973. The next day, the SLA claimed
responsibility for the shooting. Superior
Court Judge Elvin Sheehy told the jury
of eight women and four men that they
need not decide that Little and Remiro
had fired the fatal shots to convict them

ws today..
of murder. But in 50 minutes of final in- the police station because whengthe po-
sructions to the jury, Sheehy said mere lice found her, she was standing on her
SLA membership was not enough for a head in the station's parking lot. She
guilty verdict. was arrested, but refused to give her
name. Police say they have ordered a
.IO Cm l ni psychiatric examination for her. S h e
WASHINGTON - Criminal penalties has been charged with indecent expos-
for marijuana possession have not dis- ure.
couraged its use, a cabinet-level report
to President Ford said yesterday. In#
fact the penalties "have resulted in soc- Local
ial damage." Punishment of marijuana
users overshadows recognition of the The University's state appropriation
weed as a social problem and failed to recommendation for fiscal 1975-76 will
deter millions of Americans, the report stay in the Senate Appropriations Com-
said. "Instead, it resulted in damage to mittee until at least the end of next
many young people by saddling them week, according to officials in Lansing.
with criminal records at the beginning The committee leadership is waiting for
of their productive lives and by rein- apdated information from state colleges
forcing disrespect for the legal system." and universities on utility needs, which
have changed since Governor Milliken's
budget projections were compiled last
LOS ANGELES - California State Uni- December. The University has complet-
versity and College Trustees, after a lec- ed a questionnaire from the Bureau of
ture from Gov. Edmund Brown, voted Management and Budget asking for more
to let the 19 individual school presidents specific information on changing util-
decide if beer may be sold on campuses. ity needs. As the senate appropriation
"It's a small issue, but its an important bill is presently constituted, the Univer-
one because people ought to be able to sity has been alloted $1.1 million for util-
determine their own lifestyles and what ities, with an additional $700,000 to pick
they think is good and what they think up the rest of the tab for last year's bill.
is bad," Brown said. We're glad y o u
think so, Gov.
* Weather
DALLAS - The police first learned It looks as if its going to be damp this
about the woman from motorists who weekend. Chances of showers will exist
said they couldn't help but notice the throughout the weekend, with a 60 per
nude lady standing on her head in the cent chance of rain today. Temperatures
middle of the streets. The way officers will be in the mid 70's today continuing
figure it, one of the motorists must have throughout the weekend. Lows will be
picked her up and given her a ride to in the 50's. Have a nice weekend.

TV
tonight
6:00 2 11 News
9 My Partner, The hose
20 Movie-Science Fiction tBW
"Tao Phantom Planet" (l9$s)
30 Electric Company
50 Star Trek-Adventure
57 Dig It
6:30 4 13 News
7 24 Reasoner Report
11 CBS News-Dan Rather
30 Zoom-Children
56 What Now, Ameele?
Fulton J. Sheen
57 Book Heat
7:00 a 2HB News-Dan Rather
4 Profiles In Black
7 Detroit-Diseusslon
9 Police OSrgeon--
Crime Drama
11 Bee Haw
13 50 Lawrence Welk
24 Last of the Wild
30 57 World Press
7:15 20 Movie-Thriller BW
"The Astounding She-Mon-
ster" (1957)
7:30 2 $25,000 Pyramid
4 New Candid Camera
7 Treasure Hunt
9 Circus
24 Let's Make A Deal
56 Music Project Presents
8:00 2 11 All On the Family
4 13 Emergency!
7 24 Kung Fu
9 Front Page Challenge
30F57 Nova--science
50 That Good Ole Nashville
Music
56 Bill Moyers' Journal:
8:30 2 11 The Jeffersons
9 Billy Liar-Comedy
20 Public Policy Forums
Topic: the social responsibsl-
itv of the modern corporation
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 11 Marv Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie-Advensture
7 24 Movie-Comedy
9 inette Reno-Music
30 57 Thin Edge-Report
56 At The Toer-Music
9:30 2 11 Rob Newhart
20Tnple Botist Church
10e0e 2 11 Carol urnett
9 The World of Gilbert and
Sullivan
20 700 Club
30 Video: The New Wave
-Documentary
50 Lou Gordon
56 Movie-Drama BW
"The Silence." (Swedish: 1963)
57 Of Pare Blood
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 CBC News-George F'nstad
24 ABC News-Fahey Flynn
30 Janaki-Evereise
11:15 7 ABC News-Fahey Flynn
9 Provincial Affairs
24 Movie-Thriller
"Crowhaven Farm." (1970)
11:20 9 A Look Back
11:30 2 Movie-Drama BW
"Thunder Road." (1958)
4 Johnny Carson
7 Movie-Drama BW
"Morituri." (1965) Exciting
World War II sea story about
9 Movie-Mystery BW
"The Night Walker." (1964)
11 Movie-Comedy BW
"At War with the Army."
13 Movie-Science Fiction
"King Kong vs. Godzilla."
20 Right On-Music
50 Movie--Thriller
"The Creature's Revene,"
1:00 4 News
1:30 2 Movie-Thriller BW
"The Mask of Fu Manchu."
7 Movie-Adventure
"Quehec" (151) R e v o
against British rule in 1837
Canada.

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Volume LXXXV, No. 18-5
Saturday, May 31, 1975
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