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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1968

PAGE SIX TUE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1968

PREFORMATION, NOT REVOLUTION':
MSU's Hannah Hits 'Radical Dissenters'

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EAST LANSING 0)-Michigan
State University President John A.
Hannah Monday criticized the
"radical dissenters of our day"
who try to bring about change by
challenging the law.
"The great American traditionj
of free speech, refined to academic
freedom at the university, is that}
dissent, protest and criticism, must
be expressed within the broad but
definite limits of the social struc-
ture," he said.
Hannah's comments were in-

"They accepted. the necessity have no choice between the law-
for order and orderly processes of less and reckless exercise of private
change if our nation was to sur- license and a straightjacket of
vive," he added. They did not abs..ute conformity, with no lee-
challenge authority, only authority way for the exercise of responsible
unjustly exercised. judgment."
"But how different it is with the The MSU president said that
radical dissenters of our day," American universities must, de-
Hannah continued, spite criticism from today's dis-
"They would arrogate to them- senters, "reassert their dedica-
selves alone the right of dissent. tion to the principles and concepts
They would confine the exercise on which our country had been
of the freedom of speech to those built.

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cluded in his annual "State of the Not Content
University" address prepared for Some of today's dissenters, Han-
delivery to a faculty convocation. nah said, proclaim they will not be
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Wendell Holmes-have consistent- then, they say, can a social system
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said. was dissenters' contention that "we

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Proud University
"A university," he said, "must
be proud to be reviled as a part
of 'The Establishment' if by that
it is meant that the university is
an integral part of a social sys-
tem that, with all its remaining
flaws, has given more opportunity,
more freedom, more hope to more
peopledthan any other system yet
devised.
"We must not blame the hard-
pressed taxpayer if, hearing so
much criticism of the university
from those presumably being edu-
cated in them, he begins to won-,
der whether his money is well and!
wisely invested there," HannahI
added.
At the same time, Hannah
pointed to what he indicated as
inadequacies in state support for
Michigan State University.
"When all of the deductions are
made from the gross increase in
appropriations recommended by
the governor in his proposed
budget, we have in prospect slight-
ly more than $4 million in new
money," he said.
Salary and Wage
Of this total, Hannah said,
$3.366 million is earmarked for
salary and wage increases and
another $364,000 to cover probably
increases in the cost of things
the university buys.
"This leaves precious little if
anything to help meet the many

other imperative demands on our
resources," he said.
"For sample, no funds are
recommended for new faculty po-
sitions, although the budget is
built on the assumption that en-
rollment will increase by 900 new
students next year.
"This is not realistic," he said.
The university, Hannah said,
still has "an unfulfilled assign-
ment" to convince legislators and
political leaders that funds re-
quested by the university are
needed to permit it to serve the
people.
Deadline Set
For Contract
At Am. Motors
DETROIT (P) - The United
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The union said it hoped to set-
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the current extension of the old
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Chevrolet plants.
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national contract negotions with
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Unions Oppose Amendment
Ending Sliding Tuition Plan
By The Associated Press Rep. Gustave Groat Sr. (R-
LANSING - The Michigan AFL- Battle Creek) asked for the con-
CIO has called on legislators to stitutional amendment to outlaw
reject a proposed constitutional the plan.
amendment to ban the sliding Under the plan, the tuition rate
scale tuition plan now in effect at for students whose parents earn
Michigan State University. $11,800 a year or less a year re-
A letter praising the plan has mains at $354 for a three-term
been sent to all House and Senate year. A sliding scale figured ac-
members under the signature of cording to income can make the
August (Gus) Scholle, state AFL- maximum tuition year $501 for
CIO president. children of parents with an in-
The letter said the MSU plan come of $16,666 or more a year.
represents "a major breakthrough The five Democrats on the MSU
in minimizing financial bar- Board of Trustees passed over the
riers to higher education." oardtinsofTrute masedortheo
Some 14,000 students at MSU objectiosR ofthelinortyso
and Oakland University have treRpbias
qualified for reduced tuition un-
der the plan. the union said.

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