A Cambridge principal take his case to the public on Friday in a pladdling case. Bill Lee, the former principal at Garfield Elementary School in Cambridge, will tell his side of the story at the city's Armory on Firday. School Superintendent Marvin Wourms says Lee was suspended for paddling a boy and calling him a foul name. A hearing before a referee to review his actions was postponed two weeks ago. Lee says he plans to bring witnesses to the hearing on his behalf. Lee does not deny the incident but says his actions were taken out of context. The boy's aunt has defended Lee's actions, saying the boy deserved punishment for kicking and attempting to bite Lee.