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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 15, 1968

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, November 1 5, 1968

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'FREE SOCIETY'- -
Yan rancisco college closes
H ealth group seeks - -
lt following black students' strike
l g lZ abortiolis SAN FRANCISCO .(P) - San ignored the strike call of the Black Dumke met privately and
Francisco State College, closed Students Union, which was sup- length with eight trustees ii

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DETROIT (1P - One of the
foremost health organizations in!
the nation yesterday called for the
elimination of all legal restrictions
on abortions

after a week of violence led by ported by some whites. President
nounced one day before the Ro- striking black students, seethed Smith Wednesday night ordered
man Catholic archdiocese of De- all day yesterday with inconclu- classes halted to avoid further
troit planned to reveal "a step- sive, debates among faculty mem- violence.
ped-up campaign to alert the pub- ers and administrators. f ir
lie to the dnL~vrsin nnnsed;Yetra knsof ties

The American Public Health As- abortion legislation." A dozen miles away at a motel posted signs on the campus, boast-
sociation declared that "any wo- A statement issued by the arch- meeting with two committees of ing, "We shut it down."
men in a free society should have diocese said the Most Rev. John trustees, Glenn S. Dumke, chan- Gov. Ronald Reagan in Sacra-
the right to decide for herself if F. Dearden, archbishop of Detroit cellor of the 19-campus statewide mento issued a statement calling
she wishes to have an abortion" and lso h e a d of the National system, said he would not rein- the closing "an unprecedented act
and called for the repeal of laws Council of Catholic Bishops, told state Black Panther George Mur- of irresponsibility," accusing the
restricting abortions a special archdiocese committee ray. school administration of "capitu-
Abortions should be made legal on abortion laws "that the Vati- It was the Nov. 1 suspension of lation . . . surrender," and malling
and safe,'and be performed only can Council had condemned abor- Murray, a graduate student and for a prompt reopening.
by well-qualified physicians, the tion and infanticide as "unspeak- part-time English instructor for The governor said the full board
association declared. able crimes.'" special minority students, which of trustees would meet Monday
The resolution was approved by "History abounds in examples triggered the strike, with his "full support in their ef-
the APHA's governing council by of evil consequences which fol- He was suspended on Dumke's; forts to restore order on the cam-
a y o t e of 64 to 28 Wednesday lowed the abandonment of rev- order for 30 days with pay pending pus."
igt and was made publi yes- r e arh a 1s quoted a investigation of speeches in which In a meeting on the campus
t y for, Dhe urged students tobring guns yesterday about 500 of the 1,300
In order to assure the accept- to class and to "chop off his head" faculty members approved narrow-
ed right to determine freely the A spokesman for the American if President Robert D. Smith did ly by a standing vote a resolution
number and spacing of stheir Medical Association said in Chi- not accede to the black demands asking Dumke to "immediately
children, safe legal abortion should' cago that the AMA still opposes Colgofiassidte ratwhrwhsodrinescto
be available to all women," th e abortion "except when the preg- College officials said the great withdraw his order in respect to
resolution said. nancy may threaten the health majority of the 18,000 students George Murray."
The APHA's m o v e was an- or life of the mother or when ------_____. __ ._ _ .._..---
___there is documented evidence that-
the infant may be born with an
incapacitating deformity or men- THEEntertanng and Dancng
TJ tal deficiency, or that it results
fiom legally established statutory W EL
$Ilor forcible rape or incest. RESTAURREANTT
mislf1io 1 Two other physicians have to
agree with the patient's own doc- - *
Continued from page 1) tor that any of these conditions
exists,' the spokesman said.
Regents when the amount of the In its resolution the APHA
State appropriation is determined, urged "that access to abortions be « fFeaturing FAT BOB and the
Legislative cuts in the request accepted as an important means Clarence Byrd Trio
will necessitate a 'revision of of securing the right to spacing Thursday, Friday & Saturday
listed priorities, Ross said. "In and choosing the number of child- 2161 W. Stadium-For reservations call 662-2545
any event, it is essential for ren wanted."
schools and departments to elim- "To this end, restrictive laws
rmte obsolete and inefficient pro should be repealed so that preg-
gramas." nant women may have abortions
The program statement a 1 s o performed by qualified pracition-COM E and VISIT
noted that within the past ten ers in medicine and osteopathy.
years, per capita appropriations Dr. John J. Hanlon, APHA (UET
for the University have dropped president, said "our members have
from 9th to 17th in the nation. been acutely aware of the bur-
A decline in appropriations per geoning population, and have been
student from 14th in the nation in concerned for years with the dis- Where You Can Get
1959-60 to 34th in 1967-68 was abilities and deaths resulting from j s
also cited. illegal abortions." "The World's Best Dish"
After the request is reviewed by "Many felt we have been like an INR
the Bureau of the Budget, the re- ostrich hiding its head in the CHIKEN in THE ROUGH
commended state allocation will sand," he said.
be included in the Governor's mes- "We have allowed the travesty as well as
sage next January. Final deter- to go on of having women go to UNF
mination of the allocation is ex- unethical, untrained, slip - shodFT
pected next spring after it is re- abortionists, or performing un- and many more dishes
viewed by both houses of the State sanitary abortions upon them-
Lgislature. selves." 207 S. MAIN
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