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Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom C LOUY, WA
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1957 FIVE CENTS
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SUPREME COURT RULES:

Federal Courts Can't Use
State Officials'Wiretaps
WASHINGTON (RP)-The Supreme Court ruled unanimously yes-
terday that state-obtained wiretap evidence cannot be used in federal
court trials.
The fact that state enforcement officers getthe "iretap. evidence
without participation of federal authorities makes no difference. It's
still inadmissible.
However, the court ruled in another case that words heard by
police who eavesdropped on a telephone conversation :at the request

- '" before
FROM VISIT TO GHANA: :ing
He,
so P official
Collins Criticizes U.S.tPolicy i Africa, Near dEeatt
minor
$(EDITOR'S NOTE: Joe Collins, Student Government Council president, Ada
4 participated in a seminar held in Accra, Ghana under the auspices of behin
World University Service this past summer. This is the first in a series of'
four articles describing his impressions of the African nations.) man
a $ vstrong
By ELIOT VESTNER "I
United States foreign policy in Africa and the Near East was man,
sharply criticized by Joe Collins, 158, in an analysis of'his expetiences 'dent
in Africa during the past summer. recove
is in
Je"Africa is a pivotal area in the struggle between East and West," i
iatJoeexplained. "It is essential that our policy be. directed toward and
securing the respect and trust of this area, one of the most under- today
developed in the world." in my
U. S. Criticized tion V
"What impressed me most," he continued, "was the terrific
criticism of our foreign policy among African leaders. They feel we
are not shouldering our responsibility. We are timid and vague on Set
' such basic issues as the Arab refugee problem, the Suez situation, and
perhaps most important, our own segregation problem."

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