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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 20, 1968

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Fleming
analyzes
'unrest'
LANSING (P) - "The natives
are restless," University President
Robben W. Fleming told the 70th
annual convention of the Michi-
gan Municipal League here Wed-
nesday.
Fleming was talking about what
he said was one problem shared by
universities and municipalities.
"They are restless about those
things which we have little power
to cure immediately," he said.
Other problems that are shared
by universities and municipalities
included racial problems and civil
disobedience.
"We probably have . done less
over the years than we should,"
he admitted. "The students," he
added, "would like to have us
cure things overnight. They are
convinced that only those under 30
have great knowledge."
Those who seek to solve the
problems have come to believe in
the techniques of demonstration
and confrontation, he said.
"The people originally were
sympathetic," he said.-""But they
are getting ,tired of this. There is
a desire now for tranquility and
peace. Used too frequently, t h a t
kind of tactic is self-defeating."
Both the universities and th
municipalities have the common
problem of lack of enough to
support needed programs, Fleming
continued.
One need, the president said, is
to involve the young people di-
rectly in helping to solve some
of the problems such as poor
housing.
"We have a great pool.of man-
power in the universities," he said.
"It is not enough just to try to do
good. We must ;involve the people
who are concerned."
Fleming suggested that o t h e r
cities might follow up a program
started this summer in Ann Ar-
bor, where the city and the uni-
versity cooperated in developing
a local recreation project.
The universities, he conceded,
must do a better job of education
in inner cities.
Fleming said that the recent
upsurge of cominunity colleges in
various )states is an important step
toward making ;higher education
available to inner-city residents,
but that much else needs to be
done in that area.
"There is a great restlessness
among the young people," he re-
ported. "We must involve them
and serve them right in the areas
where they live."

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Physical Chemistry Lecture: Michael'
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ical Lasers", 3 pm. Room 1200 Chem.
' Department of Philosophy Lecture:
Wilfrid Sellars, Professor, The Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh, "Towards a Meta-
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Angell Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Cinema' Guild: Andrzej Wajda's Si-
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..Solomon H. Tilles, Romance Lang- and 27, 1968: No interviews presently
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Engineering Placement Meeting: No.
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Visits." What to expect and how to act
during employment negotiations. Third
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