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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, April 8, 1 x}70

Pag Egh TE ICiGA AL[ensay pi ,17

FACULTY OR CSJ?

Controversy grows
over U' court system

CSJ delays action
on IHA dissolution

Conflict continues over
low cost housing project

(Continued from Page 1)
Meanwhile, the judicial system
as a whole in the University is
supposedly a temporary one, de-
veloped from old Regents bylaws
and pending adoption of the pro-
posed bylaws and the student, role
in decision and rule-making. These
proposals are currently under dis-
cussion by the Regents.
But even the adoption of the
proposed bylaws might not settle
the jurisdiction question. In the
original draft of those bylaws,
which was approved by SGC and
the faculty's Senate Assembly,
Settion 7.07 delegated to "appro-
priate student governments" the
"authority to make regulations
governing students conduct," ex-
cept in clearly defined academic
areas.
But Section 7.07 was deleted by
the Regents in their draft of the
bylaws.
A memorandum accompanying
the regental draft stated, "Present
practices of the colleges and
sch~ools differ in many respects,
and it is "believed to be better to
let them work out their own rules
than to make them all conform to
a single practice."
If the jurisdiction question is
indeed to be left to the colleges
and schools, then the decisions
soon to be made on the Denton
and Van Der Hout cases take on a
particular significance.
CSJ has assumed jurisdiction,
and Denton and Van Der Hout
have stated they will not appear
before any other groups but CSJ.
. The executive committee of the

graduate school and the LSA ad-
ministrative board must now de-
cide if they have jurisdiction, and
act upon that decision.
CSJ's official opinion on the
cases stated: "It should be noted
that the procedure which we have.
adopted in this'action is one which
necessarily springs from the by-
laws whicl the joint student-fa-
culty-administrative committee
approved a year ago.
LSA Assistant Dean Dean C.
Baker, acting chairman of t h e
administrative board, said I a s t
night the board would probably
ieet Friday to consider the juris-
diction question for the Van Der
Hout case.
"The jurisdiction issue is up in
the air," Baker said. "That puts
the administrative board in the
position of having to operate un-
der existing regulations."
Under those regulations, he says,
"CSJ is not a legally recognized
body. This is where we're all hung
up.
In response to that statement,
CSJ Chairman Ed Kussy said last
night, "It sounds like a broken
record. They've given us de facto
recognition for years."
It is true that, throughout the
term, a number of faculty mem-
bers have filed charges with CSJ
against students who allegedly dis-
rupted corporate recruiting 'on
campus. The fact that these cases
have been brought to CSJ indi-
cates that certain members of the
University community recognize
CSJ's authority to some extent.

(Continued from Page 1)
representation in IHA is malap-
portioned because house presidents
with varying populations share
equal voting power.
At the outset of the proceedings
CSJ rejected a motion made by
Neil Feferman, counsel for the de-
40 discuss
strike issue
(Continued from Page 1)
Robben Fleming concerning his
recent dismissal from his position.
Forrester writes that "as I was
given no formal explanation for
this action (his dismissal) by my
employer, I must assume it to be
the result of my act of support of
the Black Action Movement, its
demands, and the resulting strike "
Forrester is demanding a hear-
ing officer be appointed to hear
his case by April 15 or be re-in-
stated with full back pay and full
seniority.
Denton and Van Der Hout have
been enjoined by Central Student
Judiciary against appearing before
any but all-student judiciaries for
non -academic charges.
According to the BAM-admin-
istration agreement, all actions
taken against people for strike ac-
tivity must be initiated within
seven days of the end of the
strike, which period ends midnight
tonight.

fense, that the case
political rather than ju
sion and is thereforei
ate for CSJ to hear. T
argued that the cour
being asked to rule on
tutional issues of the c
the question of which
bodies, the proposed
Halls Union or IHA,
represent the interests
living in the residence
In addition to- the
malapportionment of
tion, Ferry Bullard, c
the plaintiffs, charged
constitutional amendm
dures within IHA we
legal.
William Thee, treasu
and now a co-chairm
friends of the resid
union testified that the
lations of the use of pi
within IHA at IHA m
also charged that IH
under five different cc
during the last academ
that a quorum had not
ent at a single meeting
The plaintiffs also cI
the recent election
Hartzler, '73, as presid
was invalid because a q
not present at the me
As a witness for tl
Thee testified that alt
declared that Alice Llo3
reduced in represents
four houses to one, its
tice in IHA was allow
four votes at a meeting

.Continued from Page 1) regular monthly meeting of the
involved . a' have no right to buy a decision, Housing Commission.
dicial deci- said Shane.
inappropri- Shane pledged that he w o u I d
'he defense Shane also criticized the ra- "be persistent in pursuing t h i s
t was not tionale that the buyers were pre- issue."
the consti- senting for their action. "I shall not withdraw my atten-
ase but on "I have heard arguments like tion from the issue until the c i t y
of the two 'our property values will be af- receives a generous response from
Residence fected,' or 'poor people can't be the consortium. I define the gen-
could best happy on this end of Hill Street' erous response as the sale of the
of students or 'the schools will become over- Alpha Epsilon Pi property for $45,-
halls. crowded and lose their high aca- 000 or less," h2 said.
charge of demic standards'," he said. Brazer expressed hope yesterday
representa- The property sold for $85,000. that the issue could be resolvedin
counsel for The city Housing Commission was two weeks or so. "The city housing
I that the in the process of clearing legal commission is now investigating
ent proce- complication barring t h e i r pur- mdiffserent plans for the use of the
re also il- chase of the property when the different s fhd
surrounding residents closed the '
rer of IHA deal. In addition Brazer said that to
pan of the No action was taken by council his knowledge the commission is
ence halls on the issue last night. Action not antagonized by the private
ee ha T could be taken tonight at the purchase.

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re were vio-
roxy voting
eetings. He
A operated
onstitutions
ic year and
tbeen pres-
g this year.
harged that
of Robert
ent of IHA
iuorum was
Feting,
he defense,
hough IHA
yd Hall was
ation from
representa-
/ed to cast

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