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October 01, 1982 - Image 8

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rop valued at $8 billion

Court
aif frms
mandatory
education
LANSING (UPI)- The Michigan
Court of Appeals yesterday rebuffed a
Macomb County couple fighting on con-
stitutional grounds the state's com-
pulsory education law.
The appeals court affirmed a
dismissal, by a Macomb County Circuit
judge, of James and Kathleen Wood's
suit seeking a permanent injunction
against prosecution by William Finlan,
attendance officer of the Richmond
Public Schools.
THE WOODS, in requesting an injun
ction, said they have been "unduly bur-
dened by the administrative and
judicial inquiry" and that "further
criminal action. . . would create an un-
due burden."
They also said the compulsory school
attendance law violates the First
Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
which guarantees freedom of speech
and religion.
The Woods "have merely alleged that
the prior criminal proceedings resulted,
in an 'undue burden' upon them and',
that any future proceedings would in-
volve the same burden," the appeals
court said. "This does not satisfy the
irreparable injury requirement."
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All that jazz
Rachel Coffin shows here best form during auditions at the Michigan Union
for a spot with the Impact Jazz dance group, which is sponsored by UAC.
Student kills self in

Stock uell
(Continued from Page 1)
But Principe, who residents
described as "a loner," did not often
speak to her hallmates about her
problems.
"SHE WAS usually in her room,"
said Judy Yuhn, who lived across the
hall from Principe last year. "I don't
think she liked to talk about her
problems."
Generally, residence hall officils
and University counselors set up a
program of help for students they think
are likely to attempt suicide, said
Harold Korn, director of the Univer-
sity's counseling services. Korn would
not comment on the specific case of

dormitory
Principe, saying to do so would breach
client confidentiality.
Korn said it had been several years
since the last student suicide on cam-
pus. A University law student killed
himself in his Detroit suburban home
last year.
ROBERT HUGHES, director of
housing, estimated that it had been
roughly five years since the last suc-
cessful suicide in a University dor-
mitory.
Stockwell Building Director Ruth
Addis, who also was reluctant to
discuss. the incident, described Principe
as "talented and creative."

Principe
... quiet about difficulties

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