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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 11, 1970

~ht THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, February 11, 1970

Landlords,
tenants cool
on new code
(Continued from Page 1)
The escrow accounts are very
important, said Burghardt, be-
cause they "give tenants leverage
beyond the legal system that has
done nothing for tenants bene-
fits."
One of the weaknesses of the
ordinance, Burghardt added, is its
failure to do anything about gar-
nishments and liens on the bank-
ing accounts of tenants who are
withholding rents or, in the case
of under-age students, their par-
ents' accounts.
Until controls on such practices
are enacted, Burghardt said, the
balance of power still rests with
the landlords.
Burghardt would not speculate
on the effectiveness of the code
and said this depends' largely on
enforcement.
In the past, he claimed, land-
lords have been given preferential
reatment in questions of faulty
maintenance.

Fleming gives Dean Hays list of

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'disrupters
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(against those identified) in one
form or the other" (the municipal
courts or the University's judicial
system).
As of yesterday, only one per-
son, Richard Feldman, '71, has:
been arrested on charges stemming
from the disruptions.
Feldman has been charged with
creating a contention during the
block-in of a recruiter from the
LuPont Corp. in the West Engin-
eering Bldg.
Feldman, a member of SDS, was
arraigned Monday in Ann Arbor
District Court and pleaded not
guilty. Currently free on $25 bond,
he faces trial Feb. 26.
The University has still not
made public its specific course of
action against 'the 12 students,
although they were presumably
among the names forwarded to
Dean Hays.
Hays declined yesterday to re-

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may prosecute 12

lease any of the names. He also rules can be shown in all of the
would not say whether any cases."
charges had been prepared by the Although the 21 University staff
administration f o r prosecution members did not endorse SDS
within the University judicial sys- tactics, they pointed out that
tem. many of their colleagues side with
Possible courses of action are administration in opposing SDS:
prosecution before Central Stu- only because they disagree with
dent Judiciary (CSJ) or referral SDS's methods of opposing alleged
of the cases to the literary college 'military and corporate "violence."
Administrative Board. The board They said, "The administration
is empowered to handle cases in- has undertaken a broad range of
volving violation of rules govern- punitive tactics which, if success-
ing academic or non-academic be- ful, would have the effect of driv-
havior. ing SDS off campus."
Ryan explained that the "case Psychology Prof. Richard Mann,
is clearer" against the 12 using one of the 21 faculty members,
internal regulations because "their said that i the past radical fac-
coverage is broader than is the ulty had just gone from issue to
contention statute." He wrote that issue, "from ad hoc group to ad
hoc group.' He said a permanent
his "examination of the evidence group "would be able to initiate
indicates that a violation of these rather than just respond."

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Teaching fellows union
forms steering committee
By TAMMY JACOBS from the University community
Approximately 60 teaching fel- for the union; and
lows last night discussed strategy -To assess its members a mem-
and elected officers for the Uni- bership fee and dues to pay for
versity Teaching Fellows Union, a secretary and office supplies,
which is trying to gain legal re- and possible legal fees in the fu-
cognition as an official bargaining ture.
agent.
The union, which filed a petition The group, which has offices in
for recognition with the S t a t e the SAB, also elected a 15 mem-
Employment Relations Commission ber steering committee to act as
last Friday, formulated plans to the union's government for an in-
mobilize teaching fellows and their terim period of six weeks.
families to be present at a con-
sent meeting with a state media- Paul G. Kauper, one of the best
tion board in Detroit Feb. 25. The known law professors at the Uni-
consent meeting is the next step versity and an internationally re-
in the teaching fellows' effort to cognized authority on constitu-
unionize. tional law, has been awarded an
The University can then either honorary doctor of laws degree by
grant or deny permission for a the Heidelberg University in West
vote by teaching fellows to auth- Germany.
orize the union to act as their Kauper holds a distinguished
agent.Kproe os a ithenLawshool
Of the University's approximate- professorship at the Law School
ly 1400 teaching fellows, over 30 as the Henry M. Butzel professor
per cent - a number required by of law.{
law - have already signed the pe-
tition to the employment corn-
mission, according to union mem- AIRPORT
bers.
At last nght's mass meeting, the LIMOUSINES
group also voted:
-To voice support the protest frifraincl
moratorium of the political sciencefornormaon call
teaching fellows; 971-.3700
-To continue a massive mem-
bership drive for the union, which Tickets are available
now includes mostly teaching fel- at Travel Bureaus or
lows from social sciesnce depart- the Michigan Union
mn statagnra h ihia no
-To start a general petition 32 Trips/Day
drive to gain a show of support _

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