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PAGE TEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY _ 1$, 1968

RAGE TEN TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. FEERTIARY IS. 19I~S

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MSU'S May Given
6-Month Sabbatical
(Continued from Page 1) Lansing. The sole occupant
from the Lincoln National Life building unitl June of th
Insurance Co. which writes grou has been International B
life insurance. for MSU faculty Machines Corp., with whic
staff through the Ann Arbor does substantial business.:
Trust Co., which has served as cal 1967 MSU leased $494
fiscal agent for $100 million in services from IBM.
construction loans 'at MSU. The ! In June, 1967. IBM
loan was to finance a two-story into the first two floors
building at 608 Washington St. in new four-story $950,000
Jesse Building" located a
Michigan Ave., adjacent tc
Cla SSi e "pus. The building was b
the Philip Jesse Co, who
cers and directors include
lewife and brothers. May d
himself of 50 per cent st
terest in the Philip Jesse C
StdJlast year on the advice o
._eauers attorney Leland Car r Jr. Ci
served as May's attorney i
(Continued from Page 1) private transactions.
In what was seen as a face- ! A $1.1 million mortga
saving measure, SG did call for for the Philip Jesse buildi
students not to discuss regular secured through Michiga
classwork in classes today, but to tional Bank which is MSU
discuss the occurrences of this fiscal depository. May was
week. Earlier in the week, SG sub- Michigan National Board
mitted a list of 23 demands to last September.
Carron, asking more student pow- 0 When IBM vacated
er in the decision-making process, building at 608 Washingtc
and an increase in the quality of MSU officer tried unsucc
university education, to lease the vacated biil
SG as a body did not complete- the State Department of
ly agree with Sak and Constan- tion.
tini. "Student government is com-
pletely split on the issue," saidJ
SG member James Keyes, '68. K Atta4
However he added there will still
in Constantini said, "If we're go-Conflict il
ing to be even the least bit di- LANSING (IP)-Att. Gen.
vided on this issue, let's forget
about the strike." There was a Kelley blasted a pair of "
general outcry against him. of interest" bills now bef
Still Strike Legislature yesterday, cI
Harold Minor, '69, leader of the they would be harmful to tl
Detroit Afro-American Club, and lic and probably unconstiti
former SG member Peter Marr, "These bills would ema
'68, called for students to strike the conflict of interest pro
without SG support. Contacted embedded by the people then
later, Marr said that although in our state constitution,"
quite a few people approached told a special House-Senat
him about an independent strike, mittee.
he had decided against organiz- Both bills are sponsoredi
ing one "for the benefit of Stu- ate by Sen. George Kuhn(
dent Government." "There will mingham). A measure iden
definitely be no strike today," he one of them has been intr
added. in the House by Rep. V
Constantini did say that if "the Hampton (R-Bloomfield H
dialogue with the administration . The Hampton-Kuhn bi
established by the Ad Hoc Com- lares interest in a-contract
mittee on Quality Education be- not mount to "substantial c
comes useless, or if we feel that of interest" if the lawma
the administration is not talking state officer owned less th
with us in good faith as it is now, per cent of the stock in th
we probably will have, a strike." pany involved in the contra(

SERVES CORPORATE INTERESTS:
Socialist Candidate Attacks Vi

of the
is year
usiness
;h MSU
In fis-
,437 in
moved
of the
"Philip
at 1111
o cam-
uilt by
se offi-
May's
ivestedI
ock in-
Co. late
f MSU
arr has
n some
ge loan
ng was
n Na-
's chief
on the
d until
May's
on, the
essfully
ding to
Educa-
IsI
Frank
conflict
ore the
harging
he pub-
.itional.
asculate
ovisions
mselves
Kelley
e com-
in Sen-
IR-Bir-
tical to
roduced
William
:ills).
ill de-
t would
conflict
aker or
an one
ie com-
ct.

By DAN SHARE ence in Vietnam involves the de-
Presidential candidate Fred Hal- fense of freedom=-but not the kind
stead of the Socialist Worker's President Johnson has been talk-
Party is focusing his campaign on ing about.
the twin issues of the Vietnam "It has to do with one freedom,"
war and the crisis in our cities, he claimed, "the freedom for U.S.
Halstead explained at a speech industry to make profits in foreign
in the Union last night that the countries. Any place which has
Vietnam war is symptomatic of the ! that freedom is part of the free
policy of "using the American world. Any place which doesn't-I
military as a private protection no matter how many real civil
agency for investment abroad." liberties they allow their citizens-
"Anybody who has been to Viet- is not. That is why such peculiar
nam," he said, "will agree to that. places as South Africa are con-
Everyone knows that deep in his sidered part of the free world,"
gut." Halstead hopes to capitalize on
He explained that the U.S. pres- the growing disaffection with the
ORGANIZATION NOTICES
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war he feels is rampant in the
military. He said that at Travis
Air Force Base, the major de-
parture point for men and ma-
terials destined for Vietnam, the
base personnel evidence a growing
disenchantment with the war.
"The base personnel - the ac-
tual Air Force people - are dis-
affected with the war. They've
seen too many boys come back in
boxes."
Halstead plans to go to Viet-
nam this spring to carry his mes-
sage to the troops. "I expect to
be accorded the same rights as
other candidates who have been
or will go to Vietnam.
He feels a large protest vote by
soldiers serving in Vietnam is like-
ly and will demonstrate the depth
of anti-war sentiment to the pub-
lic.

etnamWar
He said if the peace movement
is successful, "The Vietnamese
won't be shooting at us, they'll be
helping us with the traffic problem
we create when we leave."
Halstead objects to President
Johnson's attempts to pass off
"crime in the streets" as a major
domestic issue.
"One reason there is no law
and order in the city," he says, "is
because it's not their law. It's
more like an occupation army.
I've lived in the ghetto. I happen
to know you don't get any help
from the cops."
Halstead feels that the prob-
lems of the urban areas can't be
solved without first ending 'n:
war, and the. 1 nationalizing the
major corporations so they'll
function in the interests of the
people.

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* * * '
Young Friends supper, discussion on
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night in Frinkles cabin at Friends
Lake. Feb. 17, meet at Friends Center
(1420 Hill), 5:30 p.m. for rides, Call
Art Korninger for registration .cr in-
formation, 668-6390 or 665-3169.
* * *
Michigan Christian Fellowship meet-
ing, Feb. 16, 7:30 p.m. in the UGLI
multipurpose room, speaaer: Dr. Mer-
rill Tenney, "The Credibility of the
Resurrection."

La Sociedad Hispanica, Mon., Feb. 19,
3-5 p.m., 3-5 Frieze. Election of officers,
organizational meeting.
Baha'i Student Group, informal dis-
cussion: "World Peace in this New
Era," Fri., Feb. 16, 8:00 p.m., 520 N.
Ashley. All welcome.:Call 662-3548 if
you need transportation.
S * *
University Forum, Feb. 18, 10:00 a.m.,
Friend's Center, 1416 Hill. "After all
the aptitude tests are over, what am I
going to DO?"
* * *
Bach Club meeting, Wed., Feb. 21, 8
p.m., Guild House, 820 Monroe. Listen-
ing, talking, etc. BYO Bach records.
For further information call 769-2922.

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at
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Brino ID--First pitcher of Beer FREE

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STUDENT VIEWS ON CHRISTIANITY
February 16, Friday, 7:30-8:30 P.M.
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
921 Church Street (between Oakland and Hill)
Subject:
"Why I Became Christian"
Speaker: DAVID TAMASHIRO-a graduate student in philosophy
Sponsored by the Ecumenical Campus Center

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