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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 8, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 8, '1970

'OMPLAI.NTS INCREASE:-
'U'facels charges
of discrmiato
(Continued from Page 1) per cent, black employment rose
"More importantly, however," he 55 per cent, from 102 to 158.
ds, "we are taking positive steps: Dr. Cash expects much greater
raise the level of sensitivity both progress in this respect by next
long the supervisors and those year. "Right now identification of
her uLp in the bureaucracy." blacks is done solely on a visual
University, officials maintain basis. However, now we are requir-
at there has been a significant ing that all employes state their
nd toward advancement of racial identification along with
acks into higher employment their job classification for our
tegories in the past ten years." files."
th ows jbclassification, i Te, Cash says, "as openings
vnite owkerst jmob mnb- the higher categories occur, all
'vic wreburs,19employmentbe-ar we will have to do is check our
69iease buay 18ThandFbuary files and be able to easily identify
~9 icresedby 12. he um-capable and qualified blacks who
r' of blacks in that classification will be ready for advancement."
creased -by 26., "One year from now," he prom-
However, in the highest classi- ised, "we will have tangible re-
;ations of 'officials, managers, suits in this }respect, all because
id professionals, the number of we will have been able to identify
ack staff increased by 56 in that which minority members held
ne period. While total employ- which jobs for how long and pro-
ent in these categories rose 14 ceed with that knowledge."
We're at It Again:
Gad Dance a t the House
LIVE BAND:
Te Fabuous Jewellones

VP candidates endorse greater
enrollment for minority groups

(Continued from Page 1) ,
change, so be it. If it means a raise
in tuition, so be it," says Guskin.
The other. candidates preferred~
not to comment on the tuition is-
sue.
The candidates all see a role for
the OSS vice president in attempt-
ing to solve the problem. Most see
the vice president as serving as a
spokesman for the students, ar-
ticulating their needs as well as:
setting up programs which would
answer the physical needs of the
students.
Shervington cites a plan for a
"big-brother" counseling system f
where 'non-white supper classinen
advise younger non-white students,

calling it a "viable alternative." problem, suggesting major policy
Locke suggests remedial p r o- changes as well as participating in:
grams similar to the ones in opera- student-faculty work groups.
tion at Wayne State - offeringI Guskin has said that he will notj
"everything from hand-holding to f'accept the position unless he finds
speed reading."! that. the Ulniversityv is committed

Sorority

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Steinberger is firm in defining1
the role.
"The vice president for student!
services is not, as I see it, sup-t
posed to go around parading his1
liberal scruples, but is supposed to,
implement in his own department
and negotiate for in other places,
the student policies arrived at by
the student government," he says.
f.Guskin thinks the vice president
should "try to use power when-
ever possible" to help solve the

to action on the problem of minor-
ity admissions..
"President Fleming has verbally
committed the University to at-
tempt to right the wrongs of dis-
crimination in society," he says.E
"The question is, are we going to
do it or not?"
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