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Pupil Bound Over On Unrest Count

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The first Pioneer High I School student to stand District Court examination on a I charge stemming from
disturbances at the school last I month was bound to Circuit I Court for trial yesterday. I John Lee Webster, 18, of 743 Miller Ave., was ordered by Judge S. J. Elden to appear in Circuit Court on Jan. 7 to I answer a charge of obstructing and interfering with a police officer. He is currently I free on bond. I Webster was one of seven persons arrested Nov. 11 after racial disorders broke out at Pioneer High School. The oth1 er cases are pending in Ann Arbor District Court. In yesterday's examination Assistant Prosecutor Thomas F. Shea called one witness, Sgt. Harold Rady. The city policeman is assigned to the Pólice Department's Pólice Community Relations U n i t I and is stationed permanently at Pioneer High School. Sgt. Rady testified Deputy I Superintendent of Schools Frederick Holliday suspended on the spot 17-year-old Mark Campbell of 817 Loyola Dr. at the height of a confrontation I b e t w e e n black and white Pioneer students on Nov. 11. Rady said when Campbell refused Holliday's order to leave the school grounds Campbell was arrested on a charge of trespass. The sergeant said as I : cers were leading Campbell to I I a scout car, Webster began I I tugging on the arms of 1 I men and continued to do so I I although warned more than I I six times. Finally he was 1 I rested for obstructing a pólice I I officer and taken into custody, Sgt. Rady said.