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Jury Being Chosen In 'U' Movie Case

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Jury Being Chosen In 'U' Movie Case Selection of a Circuit Court jury began shortly before noon today for trial of three Univer- sity students and a faculty member on charges of showing an obscene film. The film, "Flaming Crea- tures," was being shown by a student group, Cinema Guild.m the TTn-TTutiir _^rrtiijitirr'|mr Auditorium, when it was seized on Jan.18. The showing was halted part way through by Ann Arbor Po- lice Detective Lt. Eugene L. Staudenmaier who was in the audience. Defendants in the case are students Ellen P. Frank, Mary E. Barkey and Elliott S. Bar- den, all 20, and English instruc- The "111- tor Hubert I. Cohen, 36. students are i' T' ' bers of the C of directors, ana ^onen rd was named by police as faculty ad- visor for the guild. Prosecuting Attorney William E. Delhey was expected to call Staudenmaier as his first wit- ness and then to introduce the film. A defense move before thi jury selection proceedings to al low the Civil Liberties Board o the University Faculty Assem biy to intervene on the side o the defense was denied b^ Judge William F. Ager Jr. be cause the attorney who madi the motion, law Prof. Joseph L Sax, was not present. «