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Delay Granted In Film Case

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Delay Granted In Film Case Four defendants charged with showing an obscene film at the University's Cinema Guild Last January asked for and received an adjournment of their pre- trial hearing yesterday. Ellen P. Frank, Mary E. Barkey and Elliott S. Barden, all 20 and all students at the Univei-yi Hubert I. Co- hen, 36, iyi !i!i; adviser to the guild, requested the adjourn- iment of their hearing until Oct. '4 when a trial date is scheduled to be set. Circuit Court Judge William F. Ag^r-Jr. grgnted-the adjourn- ment. r ' y / The defendants are accused of showing the film "Flaming Creatures" to a paid-admission audience of the Cinema Guild. The film was confiscated by po- lice during the showing and ruled obscene by Ann Arbor Municipal Court. Judge S. 3. Elden.