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No. 70–5050. BRICKHOUSE v. SLAYTON, PENITENTIARY SUPERINTENDENT. Sup. Ct. Va.

No. 70–5051. JACKSON V. ALABAMA. Sup. Ct. Ala. Reported below: 286 Ala. 287, 239 So. 2d 303.

No. 70–5054. BRYSON v. OHIO. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Reported below: 22 Ghio St. 2d 224, 259 N. E. 2d 740.

No. 70–5062. CUNNINGHAM v. WARDEN, MARYLAND PENITENTIARY. Ct. App. Md. Reported below: See 247 Md. 404, 231 A. 2d 501.

No. 70–5065. MILLER v. GEORGIA. Sup. Ct. Ga. Reported below: 226 Ga. 730, 177 S. E. 2d 253.

No. 70–5066. WILLIAMS v. SMITH, WARDEN. C. A. 5th Cir. Reported below: 431 F. 2d 70.

No. 70–5067. MORALES v. TEXAS. Ct. Crim. App. Tex. Reported below: 458 S. W. 2d 56.

No. 70–5069. MCKENZIE V. TEXAS. Ct. Crim. App. Tex. Reported below: 450 S. W. 2d 341.

No. 70–5070. ANDERSON v. FLORIDA. Sup. Ct. Fla. Reported below: 241 So. 2d 390.

No. 70–5079. HENDERSON v. GEORGIA. Sup. Ct. Ga. Reported below: 227 Ga. 68, 179 S. E. 2d 76.

No. 70–5084. MOREHEAD v. Ohio. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Reported below: 24 Ohio St. 2d 166, 265 N. E. 2d 551.

No. 70–5221. STATEN v. OHIO. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Reported below: 25 Ohio St. 2d 107, 267 N. E. 2d 122.

No. 70-5326. ARRINGTON V. MARYLAND. C. A. 4th Cir.

No. 70–5394. BROWN v. FLORIDA. Sup. Ct. Fla. Reported below: 245 So. 2d 68.

No. 70–5400. WILLIAMS v. KENTUCKY. Ct. App. Ky. Reported below: 464 S. W. 2d 244.

No. 71-5008. BARTHOLOMEY V. MARYLAND. Ct. App. Md. Reported below: 260 Md. 504, 273 A. 2d 164.

No. 71–5114. SQUARE v. LOUISIANA. Sup. Ct. La. Reported below: 257 La. 743, 244 So. 2d 200.

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No. 71-5184. SINCLAIR v. LOUISIANA. Sup. Ct. La. Reported below: 258 La. 84, 245 So. 2d 365.

No. 71–5192. Tull v. WARDEN, MARYLAND PENITENTIARY. Ct. App. Md. Reported below: 262 Md. 299, 278 A. 2d 599.

No. 71-5194. SEENEY v. DELAWARE. Sup. Ct. Del. Reported below: Del. 277 A. 2d 670.

No. 71-5197. STRONG V. MARYLAND. Ct. App. Md. Reported below: 261 Md. 371, 275 A. 2d 491.

No. 71-5225. STEIGLER v. DELAWARE. Sup. Ct. Del. Reported below: Del. —, 277 A. 2d 662.

No. 71-5228. CURRY V. TEXAS. Ct. Crim. App. Tex. Reported below: 468 S. W. 2d 455.

No. 71–5274. ELLIOTT v. OHIO. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Reported below: 25 Ohio St. 2d 249, 267 N. E. 2d 806. No. 71-5359. CERNY V. WASHINGTON.

Sup. Ct. Wash. Reported below: 78 Wash. 2d 845, 480 P. 2d 199.

No. 71–5369. TILFORD V. PAGE, WARDEN. C. A. 10th Cir. Reported below: See 307 F. Supp. 781.

No. 71–5395. WESTBROOK v. NORTH CAROLINA. Sup. Ct. N. C. Reported below: 279 N. C. 18, 181 S. E. 2d 572.

No. 71–5525. WHITE v. Ohio. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Reported below: 27 Ohio St. 2d 73, 271 N. E. 2d 804.

No. 71-5648. ALFORD v. EYMAN, WARDEN. C. A. 9th Cir. Reported below: 448 F. 2d 306.

No. 71–5744. PHELAN v. BRIERLEY, WARDEN. C. A. 3d Cir. Reported below: 453 F. 2d 73.

No. 71-5866. JOHNSON V. FLORIDA. Sup. Ct. Fla. Reported below: 252 So. 2d 361.

No. 71–6001. Doss v. NORTH CAROLINA. Sup. Ct. N. C. Reported below: 279 N. C. 413, 183 S. E. 2d 671.

No. 71-6068. STANLEY V. TEXAS. Ct. Crim. App. Tex. Reported below: 471 S. W. 2d 72.

No. 71-6081. Kassow v. OHIO. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Reported below: 28 Ohio St. 2d 141, 277 N. E. 2d 435.

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No. 71-6137. GILMORE V. MARYLAND. Ct. App. Md. Reported below: 263 Md. 268, 283 A. 2d 371.

No. 71-6138. TERRY v. Missouri. Sup. Ct. Mo. Reported below: 472 S. W. 2d 426.

No. 71–6154. BOYKIN V. FLORIDA. Sup. Ct. Fla. Reported below: 257 So. 2d 251.

No. 71-6156. YOUNG v. Ohio. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Reported below: 27 Ohio St. 2d 310, 272 N. E. 2d 353.

No. 71–6183. MATTHEWS v. TEXAS. Ct. Crim. App. Tex. Reported below: 471 S. W. 2d 834.

No. 71-6204. BROWN v. VIRGINIA. Sup. Ct. Va. Reported below: 212 Va. 515, 184 S. E. 2d 786.

No. 71-6223. Music v. WASHINGTON. Sup. Ct. Wash. Reported below: 79 Wash. 2d 699, 489 P. 2d 159.

No. 71–6224. CHANCE v. NORTH CAROLINA. Sup. Ct. N. C. Reported below: 279 N. C. 643, 185 S. E. 2d 227.

No. 71–6282. CANADAY V. WASHINGTON. Sup. Ct. Wash. Reported below: 79 Wash. 2d 647, 488 P. 2d 1064.

No. 71-6539. MENTHEN V. OKLAHOMA. Ct. Crim. App. Okla. Reported below: 492 P. 2d 351.

No. 71-6592. DELGADO V. CONNECTICUT. Sup. Ct. Conn. Reported below: 161 Conn. 536, 290 A. 2d 338.

No. 71-819. THOMAS ET AL. v. SHIRCK; and

No. 71-946. SHIRCK V. THOMAS ET AL. C. A. 7th Cir. Certiorari granted, judgment vacated, and cases remanded for further consideration in light of Board of Regents of State Colleges v. Roth, ante, p. 564. MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS would affirm the judgment below. Reported below: 447 F. 2d 1025.

No. 71–5790. CANTY v. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. C. A. 2d Cir. Motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis and certiorari granted. Judgment vacated and case remanded for further consideration in light of Perry v. Sindermann, ante, p. 593; Board of Regents of State Colleges v. Roth, ante, p. 564; and Lynch v. Household Finance Corp., 405 U. S. 538.

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MR. JUSTICE Douglas would grant, vacate, and remand solely in light of Lynch v. Household Finance Corp., supra. Reported below: 448 F. 2d 428.

No. 69–5016. PITTS v. WAINWRIGHT, CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR. Sup. Ct. Fla. Motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus denied. Treating the petition for writ of habeas corpus as a petition for writ of certiorari, certiorari granted. Judgment vacated insofar as it leaves undisturbed the death penalty imposed, and case remanded for further proceedings. See Stewart v. Massachusetts, ante, p. 845. Reported below: 185 So. 2d 164.

No. 69–5017. HAWKINS v. WAINWRIGHT, CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR. Sup. Ct. Fla. Motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus denied. Treating the petition for writ of habeas corpus as a petition for writ of certiorari, certiorari granted. Judgment vacated insofar as it leaves undisturbed the death penalty imposed, and case remanded for further proceedings. See Stewart v. Massachusetts, ante, p. 845. Reported below: 199 So. 2d 276.

No. 70–5020. WILLIAMS v. WAINWRIGHT, CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR. C. A. 5th Cir. Motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis granted. Motion for leave to file petition for writ of habeas corpus denied. Treating the petition for writ of habeas corpus as a petition for writ of certiorari, certiorari granted. Judgment vacated insofar as it leaves undisturbed the death penalty imposed, and case remanded for further proceedings. See Stewart v. Massachusetts, ante, p. 845. Reported below: See 228 So. 2d 377.

No. 204, October Term, 1970. CRAMPTON v. OHIO. Sup. Ct. Ohio. Petition for rehearing granted. Judgment affirming judgment of the Supreme Court of Ohio, 402 U. S. 183 (1971), vacated. Judgment, 18 Ohio St.

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2d 182, 248 N. E. 2d 614 (1969), vacated insofar as it leaves undisturbed the death penalty imposed, and case remanded for further proceedings. See Furman v. Georgia, ante, p. 238. Miscellaneous Orders

No. 71-1255. UNITED STATES V. Ass. C. A. D. C. Cir. (Certiorari granted, 407 U. S. 909.] Motion for appointment of counsel granted. It is ordered that Sherman L. Cohn, Esquire, of Washington, D. C., a member of the Bar of this Court, be, and he is hereby, appointed to serve as counsel for respondent in this case.

No. 71–575. GOMEZ v. PEREZ. Appeal from Ct. Civ. App. Tex., 4th Sup. Jud. Dist. [Probable jurisdiction noted, ante, p. 920.) Joseph Jaworski, Esquire, of Houston, Texas, a member of the Bar of this Court, is invited to brief and argue this case as amicus curiae in support of the judgment below. Certiorari Denied. (See also No. 68–5012, supra.)

No. 70–228. WARDEN, MARYLAND PENITENTIARY V. RALPH; and

No. 70–5198. RALPH v. WARDEN, MARYLAND PENITENTIARY. C. A. 4th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 438 F. 2d 786.

No. 71-1284. NEW JERSEY v. PRESHA ET AL. Sup. Ct. N. J. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 60 N. J. 60, 286 A. 2d 55.

No. 70–322. IN RE WARREN. Gen. Ct. Justice, Super. Ct. Div., Caswell County, N. C. Certiorari denied. MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS would grant certiorari, vacate judgment below, and remand case for further consideration in light of his opinion dissenting in part in Morrissey v. Brewer, ante, p. 471, at 491.

No. 70–141. HODGIN V. NOLAND. C. A. 4th Cir. Certiorari denied. MR. JUSTICE Douglas is of the opinion

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