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Lagc Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday April 16, 1970

2age Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, April 16, 1970

CAMPAIGN GM

Regents to consider GM proxy

Community center, y
goals of Ozone Hous

(Continued from Page 1
to the 19,350,000 shareholc
it details a "Record of P
gress" in the fields of sa
smog, mass transit, plant s
ty and social welfare.
The local CampaignI
group is urging the Unive
to .vote it's 25,538 shares
the two above-mentionedr
posals as well as the seven
ers which Campaign GM m
bers hope to bring up at
annual shareholders meetin
Cobo Hall in Detroit.
The group has met .
President Robben Fleming
Vice-President and ChiefF
ancial Officer Wilber iPer]
to disctuss the decision. All
reportedly in agreement th
new mechanism is neede
deal with problems raised ir
gard to University involver
with corporations.
Campaign GM spokes
Doug Scott said, "We've1
sented the University with a
sue which w think is impor
We'd like to see whatt
can do with it."
Campaign GM is also pc
ing information and their
proxy statement to any ir
ested stockholder. Alth
they wanted to mail the
formation to all of the s
holders, they were unabl
do so, because of prohibit:
high costs. The informatic
avalSable at the ENACT o
in the Natural Resources B
Other Universities across
nation Which own stock in
are also considering wheth
vote with Campaign GM, o
they traditionally do, with
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management. Ivy League schools
own the most GM stock.
The University of Pennsylvan-
ia has already committed it's
29,000 shares to vote with Cam-
paign GM on the two proposals,
partially in response to a stu-
dent referendum which voted
2-1 in favor of the Campaign
GM proposals.
The Yale Corporation has also
taken the matter under consid-
eration. Although a formal ?de-
cision will not be made for
another two weeks, chances are
good that Yale will vote it's
85,000 shares of GM stock in
favor of at least two C a m -
paign GM proposals appearing
on the proxy.
New York City Mayor John
Lindsay, a member of the Yale
Corporation, has committed
162,000 shares owned by the city
employes pension fund to vote

for Campaign GM's resolutions
as one way of speeding auto-
motive anti-pollution efforts.
Harvard is also considering
whether to continue their auto-
matic vote with the GM man-
agement. A decision will not be
made until early May but there
is strong pressure on the Har-
vard investment committee, es-
pecially by students, to v o t e
their 287,000 shares with Cam-
paign GM,
Big Ten schools are not as
involved as Ivy League schools
in spite of their geographical
proximity to GM headquarters.
Many, like Ohio State, do
not own any GM stock. Some
seem to be completely unaware
of the' situation.
"I couldn't tell you" if Mich-
igan State owns any GM stock,
said MSU Secretary Jack Bres-
lin.

By BOB BURRELL
University students, graduates,
high school students, runaways.
and many other people concerned
with "youth problem" in Ann Ar-
bor, have gotten together to plan
an "Ozone House," a communityI
center which will provide food,
shelter, and counseling for run-
aways.
Six people interested in the
House wrote a proposal which'
states that "as a community cen-
ter, it will be a place . . . where
people can just get together."
The present policy of authori-
ties is to return the runaway to
the same situation from which he
was trying to escape.
Organizers of Ozone House hope
to get permission to house these
runaways. They would then con- I
duct "family sessions," bringing a
together the runaways and their
parents discussing their home situ-
ation.
The Ozone House proposal states
that "there is too great an em-
phasis on punishment ("rehabili-
tation") and too few attempts are
made at reconciliation. It will be
the function of Ozone House in
general, and of the family sessions
in particular, to provide the op-
Daily Official Bulletin
Continued from Page 9
Sr. or more, ME, EE, IE, materials
E, metallurg. E., and computer sci.
Johnson and Johnson, Chicago,
freshmen -agrad. students in dev.
prog., areas of engrg., computer sci.,
design and dev. plant oper.

portunity for such reconciliations
to take place."
Ozone House also hopes to pro-
vide at least one meal a day.for
the increasing number of "street
people." These are the alienated
sons and daughters of the com-
munity who have run away or are
seriously considering it as an al-
ternative to their home environ-
ment. The organizers realize that
these "street people" must not be
ignored: "To these people also. it
is essential to demonstrate that a
beginning has been made to fulfill
some of their needs."
Many people have stated their'
willingness to help Ozone House.'
A juvenile court judge says he will!

out aiAlT PRINT LOAN
e project IIETIUINS
ALL PRINTS MUST BE RETURNED BY FRIDAY, APRIL 17
cooperate as much as possible with
the House. RETURN TO 1011 SAB
The location of the House has A.1.-5 PM.ONLY
been decided but has not yet been P.M.
announced. The major obstacle after Freda a fine of 25c per day
now is money. Organizers estimatea ra o p
that $22,000 will be needed to start ;: .. .
Ozone House and keep it going
for the first year. To raise this
much money they hope to gain
community support. "We will be
calling on community members for
contributions or any other help PUT YO UR
they can give," says organizer
Judy Rosenfield. FO T ITe
Present fund raising functions k
include a bucket drive today and
a benefit dance at the Union Fri- .= and s iile
day night. 4

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MUSIC LOVERS CHOICE!

CR holds new election

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By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN
College Republicans (CR) held
a second election last night, in
accordance with a Central Student
Judiciary (CSJ) ruling.
Most of the 41 members who
voted last night belong to an in-I
surgent, liberal faction of CR
which appealed to CSJ for a new
election when conservative CR
members failed to recognize the
voting rights of 79 would-be mem-
bers at the original election March
11.
The conservative group, whose
candidates had won the original
election, refused to participate in

the election last night, thereby
allowing the liberal group to elect
all of its candidates by acclama-
tion.
The Michigan Federation of
College Republicans announced
its support for the officers elected
on March 11, whereas the officers,
elected last night are recognized
by CSJ, Student Government
Council, and the Senior Repub-
lican party.
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There used to be a theory that
systems programmers didn't talk
with hardware designers.
This was like a husband and
wife living in two separate houses.
We believe in interface-

Systems programmers at RCA get somewhat involved with hardware.

out their problems together.
'The results seem to be proving
us right. We call it "total
systems architecture."
We believe the programmer
must get involved with the total

programmers and engineers work' problem-software and hardware

people synergize with each other.
There are conflicts, but it's
producing results. For instance,
we are already a generation
ahead of the major competitor
in time-sharing systems.
There are other benefits. We
are not a narrow specialized
corporation. We are diverse,
human and highly concerned
with the future.
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