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SDS member to face charges

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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(Continued from Page 1)
use "their coverage is broader
ian is the contention statute."
SGC rules prohibit:
-"Individual or mass acts that
stroy University property or
gnificantly interfere with the

free movement of persons or
things on the campus;" and
-"Intentional disruption of
University functions by depriving
others of neded quiet, light, heat,
or other physical conditions of
work."

SEA proposesplan
for black admissions

Ryan said be believed his "ex-
amination of the evidence in-
dicates that a violation of these
rules can be shown in all of thej
cases.''
If Fleming turns over the names
of 12 students identified as being
in the literary college to Dean
William Hays then there are three
possible courses of action open.
The college may choose not to
proceed, or refer the case to either
Central Judiciary or the LSA Ad-
ministrative Board of the college.
The board administers rules gov-
erning disruption, as well as strict-
ly academic cases. such as cheat-
ing or plagarism.
On Jan. 21, demonstrators led
by SDS dumped a fish on a re-
cruiter from Allied Chemical Co.
and sprayed his office with DDT.
Another group harrassed military
recruiters, destroying papers and
drenching a Navy recruiter with
black paint.

(Continued from Page 1) SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7
e pointed out that University a Caleidar
legal consultants have not madel
any final decision on the state
law's constitutionality, "so noth- Basketball: U-M vs. Northwestern:
ing we do now has to be final." Events Building, 2:00 p.m.'
drofessional Theatre Program (Phoen-
Student protesters continued to ix Theatre): Helen Hayes and J a m e s
Stewart in Harvey: Lydia Mendelssohn
press Fleming to change his posi- Teater, 2:30 and 8:00 p.m.
tion. "We want you to say no asa
a man of conscience and morals,"
said Peter Denton, Grad.?Plc m n Sev e

Bureau of Census
Mohawk Airlines
Upjohn Sales
U.S. Plywood
SUMMER PLACEMENtT SERVICE
212 SAB, Lower Level
interviews at Summer Placement:
Camp Chi, Wisconsin, Soc. Wk. Camp,
Feb. 11: Jewish Community Centers,
Chicago, openings for male counselors,
supv. staff men and women, spec. in
waterrfont, campcraft. canoeing, sailing.
music, drama.
Camp Maplehurst, Mich. coed, Feb.
10. and Feb. 17, 1-5 p.m. Openings
forcounselors specializing in tennis,
golf, fencing, scuba.
Camp Scotmar, Calif., Coed, Feb. 13:
12-3. Gen. Couns.. spec. in arts and
crafts, sports, nature and sci. riding
instr.
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Soc., De-
troit, Feb. 13, 9-5. Openings for Cabin
couns, spec. in arts and crafts, trip-
ping, drama, dance, music, unit and
asst, unit supv., caseworker, truck-bus
driver male counselors for emotionally
disturbedand for marionette theater
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

(Continued from Page 1)
"We support BSU demands 100
per cent," Weissman emphasized.
"What we're doing is making a
proposal to the whole community
for action. Given the nature of
the problem, we feel that black
students should have by far the.
major voice."
Those black student demands
were released Thursday. They
called for the admission - of an
additional 900 black students next
fall, with further annual increas-
es after that.
The demands also called for in-
creased financial aid to black stu-
dents and greater recruiting to
bring more blacks on campus.
According to Weissman, 9 4 7

black and other minority students
are now receiving aid in some
form.
The SEA proposal would pro-
vide for stipends averaging $1500
per student. "In four years we
can increase enrollment by 700,"
said Weissman. "If the Univer-
sity can provide more assistance,
we can make greater increases."
Under its present policy, the
University may admit a total of
about 400 black and other minor-
ity students next fall, Weissman
explained. If the SEA plan is in-
stituted using student-faculty
funds, he said, an additional 175
students could be given assistance.
During th second year of the
plan, the same assessments would
be made on students and faculty,
while the University would begin
to provide about five per cent of
the funds.
After' four years, the University
would be supporting 40 per cent
of the cost. Seven hundred addi-
tional minority students would be
admitted and given assistance
every year, over and above a n y
number of minority students pro-
vided for separately by the Uni-
versity and other sources.

Fleming repeated his belief that
"if a law is valid-that is, con-
stitutional-I will comply."
Protesters than asked Fleming to
guarantee that if any funds were
cut, the University would replace
them from another source.

"We will makeE
Fleming, "but we<
tee that we can
noting that many
ready exhausted.

an effort," said
cannot guaran-
replace aid,"
funds were al-

GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Interviews at General Division, call
763-1363for appts., call immediately,
schedulesrfill up very quickly. Come
to 3200 SAB, or see bulletin on campus
boards for details:
Week of Feb. 16-20:
Boy Scouts of America
Burroughs
Prudential Ins.
Leo BEkrnett
Mich. Div. of Vocational Rehabili-
tation
Wells Fargo Bank
Chicago Payment Ctr; Soc. Sec. Adm.
IBM
Rikes
Detroit Edison

SRC members criticize

U. Fellowship of Huron Hills Baptist
Church, Feb. 8. 7:00 p.m., 3150 Glacier
Way, presentation and discussion:
"Christian Perspectives on Conscientious
Objection." For transportation: 761-
6749.

TGIF
(Continued from Page 1)
her house only had TG's sporadic-
ally. "They can get monotonous,"'
she admitted.
Yesterday's TG admittedly had
its slow moments, but as the
Budweiser, Schlitz or whatever
permeated the air and the blood-
stream, things picked up. The band
charged into a reverberating 10-
minute number that brought the
sober and not-so-sober to their
feet.
And a few minutes later one
young lady was persuaded to join
the group for some impromptu
blues.
"You know it's true," shouted
one fraternity man as she sang
her story.
"Bring it on down now," urged
another.
After a few more tunes the band
unplugged and after a few more
beers and talking the sorority went
home, the fraternity trickled in
and out of the kitchen for snacks
and Friday ended.

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Fleming, talk with Newell
(Continued from Page 1) ing out their duties. But Mrs.
conspiring to- urge noncompliance Newell explained she thought that!
with a state and a federal law. due to the hour of the sit-in, the
That is a felony," Mendel con- accused students fell into neither
tinued. category.
SRC Chairman Prof. Joseph However, Mrs. Newell said the
Wehrer also condemned Fleming's University will comply with the
planned action. "It's time for federal law and send the letter,
stronger action than just Flem- for the record.
ing's going to Lansing to testify The letter will not be sent until
against the bill," he said, the students involved are notified,
Most committee members said Mrs. Newell said.
they concurred with Wehrer. Members of the committee urged
Acting Vice President for Stu- noncompliance with the law, but
dent Affairs Barbara Newell ex- Mrs. Newell objected, explaining
plained to the committee the that, if thea case is lost, there is
present status of the scholarship the possibility of severe reprisal
matter. She said that a letter from in the form of loss of federal
President Fleming to federal au- funds.
thorities was in the process of be-' Committee member Bob Hir-
ing drafted. shon, administrative vice-president
Mrs. Newell said the University of Student Government Council
attorneys had examined the state replied, "The federal government
law and did not think they could would not issue any severe repri-
win a case against its constitu- sals such as those that Mrs. Ne-
tionality. well has suggested for the simple

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"While the SEA proposal, pro-
vides a specifically student-faculty'
responsibility," explained Jeff Tir-
engel, '71, of SEA, "it in no way
alters the administration's own ob-
ligation to greatly increase minor-
ity admissions and opportunities."
Representatives of SEA, the pro-
gressive but non-militant organi-
zation which emerged during the
bookstore issue last fall, have al-
ready contacted Vice President
and Dean of Graduate Studies
Stephan Spurr in regard to the
plan.
Commenting on the proposal,
Spurr said, "I am pleased with
the interest of the Students for
Effective Action and I'm in ac-
cord with their goals."

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Fleming later said he did not
know what the lawyers thought
about the constitutionality of the
law and he is still waiting for
their opinion.
The law would prosecute per-
sons interferring with the teach-
ing function of the University or
impeding its officials from carry-

reason that this would prob
destroy the University," s
Hirshon.
The committee decided to
no formal action until their
meeting Wednesday night. A
posal will be presented then
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federal laws.

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