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The presentation of the final report by the special Dress and Grooming Advisory Committee of the Ann ArborPublic Schools will highlight tomör' row's 7:30 p.m. briefing session of the Ann Arbor Board of Education. The meeting will be held at Newport Elementary School, 2775 Newport Rd. The Grooming Committee was appointed by the school board on Oct. 2, 1968, to review dress and grooming policies for secondary school students in the public schools. The committee was the result of some student and parental I factionlastfall with the schools' grooming policies. The suspension of three male students in late September for violation of these policies by wearing hair which flowed over their collars resulted in a threatened student walkout and a stormy protest byabout two dozen parents at a school board meeting. Prof. Wiïliam J. P i e r c e, chairman of the Dress and Grooming Committee, along with some members of the committee, will be on hand tomorrow night to present the report and answer questions. Also on the agenda tomorrow is a panel presentation on the factors to be considered in school site acquisition, development and utilization. Panel members will be Cari Johnson, William Stapp, Eunice Hendrix, Douglas Fulton and Russell Wilson.