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Wednesday, April 10, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

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Canham iTo Relinquish
Business in Equipment

MEET WITH FLEMING:
Black Students Hold Lock-In
Close Ad Building for 5 lo

(Continued from Page 1)
Over the past 14 years. Canham
has specifically made a point not
to sell any equipment or teaching
aids to the University or Univer-
sity-related offices. Canham En-
terprises, -according to Canham,
Wheeler
Asks Court
Injuctihon

(Continued from Page 1)
Itees to the Housing Commission,
as well as to the Board of Super-
visors, are "uninvolved with the
problems of black people."
John R. Hathaway (R-Fourth
Ward) charged yesterday that
Democrats have been negligent in
expressing their appointment pref-
erences to the mayor. Hathaway,
also accused the Democrats of
turning the issue into a game of
'artisan party politics.
Councilman LeRoy Cappaert
(D- 'ifth Ward) supported Wheel-
er in lashing out against Hath-
away's charges.
Ezra Rowry, head of the local
chapter of CORE,' said he ap-
proved of the Democratic- walkout
Monday night and that CORE,
waspreparing a list recommending
people to replace Hulcher's ap-
pointments. .
Ellis,- who is a Negro, asked
whether Rowry, Cappaert, and
Wheeler themselves were truly
representative of the black com-
munity. "Do they consider them-
selves," he continued, "a'screening
agency for whomever the mayor.
appoints?''

has never filled a University pur-
chasing order.
Only the athletic department
has been an exception, buying
high jump posts, hurdles and other
miscellaneous track- equipment
from Canham Enterprises at dis-
count prices.
Canham estimated that total
sales to the athletic department,
however, have not totalled over
$3000 for the past decade.
He explained that the only rea-
sons the athletic department
bought occasional equipment from-
his business were the cut-rate
prices and the unvailability of the
equipment in the immediate area.
"The only way the track budget
could afford the hurdles, for in-
stance, was to buy them from
Canham Enterprises," he said.
Canham added that Canham
Enterprices had never sold "soft
goods-uniforms and sweatsuits-
which are the money-making
items of any sporting goods busi-
ness" to the athletic department.
Canham's departure from his
sports equipment company will not
mean a departure from the pr6b-
leims of big business. His new job
as athletic director will place him
at the head of another multi-bil-
lion dollar enterprise-the Michi-
gan athletic department.
His chief worries will center
around filling up Michigan's two
sport collossium, the 101,001-seat
Michigan Stadium and the 14,500-
seat University Events Building.
In the past few years, attendance
to sports events at ythese two
structures has been far less than
capacity.
Canham looks upon his task
with relish, though. "I look for-
ward with great interest in trying
to find a way to fill both struc-
tures next year."

(Continued from Page i)
which he gave at noon as he left
the building. He met with the stu-
dents for more than three hours.
"I don't have all the informa-
tion myself," Fleming explained.
"I will have those who do know
with me next week. This is largely
a question of how to implement
the demands. These are not things
that I alone have power to de-
cide."
Fleming said he did inform the

students of some pertinent devel-
opments which he did not want
to discuss publicly. "We're also in-
terested in what they're interested
in; we're not really at odds," he
later added.
Fleming said he was not sur-
prised by the students' action "in
this period of terrible emotional
stress following the insane assas-
sination of Dr. King." He said the
time was appropriate for the de-
mands.

"These kids have not
tile," Fleming said. "V
this terrible, terrible era
can't expect the nor ma
apply."
While inside the bui
students held a servic
King at 10:30 p.m., th,
his funeral in Atlanta. t
cipant said thelservices
filar to those held on the
Friday. The} participant
the King rites on a por
vision.
Wheeler said the stud
agreed not to make a
statement until they
Fleming next week. T
sistently declined com.
terday.
Building workers wei
8 a.m. by University off
they would be locked
noon at the earliest
asked to check with th
later in the morning.
After they left the Ac
tion Bldg., the students:
Ann Arbor Community
continue discussion c'f
meeting with Fleming
a.m. Monday.

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One parti- WEDNESDAY, APRIL-10
were sim-_ _
Diag w last! thd D y u ln r
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ents have 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.
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re told at Fire Officers Training Course-Regis-
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out until
and were Municipal Purchasing Conference -
officer Registration, North Campus Commons,
eir offices 9:00 .a.m.
Computing Center - "Short Course
dministra- in the UMIST Language", Seminar Rm.
met at the Computing Center, 3:00 to 5:00 O.m.
Center to
he next Statistics Seminar - R. Berk will
speak on Sequential Rank Tests, II"
set for 9 at 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 3201 A.H.
(Continued on Page 8)

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