Thursday, November 14, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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S. F. STATE STRIKE:
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tistician, BA in soc. sci.~ econ, with gt hte uryhdvoae
stat courses or analysis exper. gatehether Murray had violated
"professional ethics"' and should
sparked the crisis the striking stu-
dents have many other grievances.
Among them are attempts by
Chancellor Dumke to get m o r e
control over student funds, which
they fear would endanger the Ex-
perimental College and other stu-
dent programs; failure of the trus-
tees to approve a badly needed
student union building; and dis-
satisfaction with the progress on
the Black Studies department.
Accordingly, the students have
several demands in addition to re-
hiring Murray including faster
action on the Black Studies de-!
partment, admission of all non-
white students who apply this fall,
replacement of the white financial
aid counselor with a non-white,
no action against those who par- _
ticipate in the strike, and scrap-
ping of Dumke's plan to get con-
trol of student funds.
Most students think the only
things that could stimulate more
mass radical action would be the
expulsion of students involved in
the nonviolent Sproul Hall sit-in
and the militant takeover of Moses
Hall last month.
The following schools have lised va-
cancies for this semester or January:
Bridgeport, Mich.: English 1 day slow
learners 1, day. Jr. High. Jan.
Capac, iMch.: English, Jr. High NOW.
Temperence, Mich.: Girls Phys. Educ.,
Northville, Mich.: Elem. Art, Sp. Corr
Now or Jan.
New Boston, Mich.: 6 Elem. Immed-
iately or Jan.
Howell, Mich.:Sr. High English NOW.
For further information contact the
Placement Service, 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
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Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
Friday, Nov. 15, 5:00 p.m. - Traditional
Service, 8:00 p.m. - Joint Hillel-B e t h
Israel Service with a talk on "Religion
and the Family" by Prof. Paul Glasser
of the School of Social Work; Sat., Nov.
16 9:00 a.m. - Traditional Service.
Young Den's Membership meeting,
Nov. 21, 8:00 p.m., Michigan Union,,
Room 3D. Election of officers.
On Oct. 20, Murray stood on a
table in the College dining com-
mons and called for a strike be-
cause the school's new Bl a c k
Studies department had not been
funded or given staff or office
space. He also urged black stu-
dents to carry guns at all times
to protect themselves from white
Two days later - and four
days before the election - Glenn
Dumke, chancellor of the Californ-
ia State Colleges, ordered Smith
to suspend Murray. Smith first
asked to meet with Dumke, but
when that request was refused-he
waited until Friday (Nov. 2), af-
ter most students had left for the
weekend, before finally carrying
out the order."
Technically Murray could be re-
instated if the faculty committee
investigating his conduct finds
that he should not be fired. But
most of the striking students be-
lieve the investigation is inteided
to remove Murray and that he will
not be given a fair hearing. It is
also likely that the trustees would
order Murray removed :f the fac-
ulty refused to do so.
The student strike was original-
ly called by the Black Student Un-
ion at San Francisco State. But
it also has support from the Third
World Liberation Front, a coali-
tion of non-white student groups,
and several groups of white stu.-
dents. The student government
has endorsed the strike, along with
SDS and other white radical
groups, the student-run Experi-
mental College, two unions of stu-
dent workers, and the American
Federation of Teachers locally.
Although Murray's suspension
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