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Page Six


Tuesday, December 3, 1968

Page SixT H E iC H G A N AIL Tu sday De e m be 3, 196

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Stanford to re-define ties to its research center

L. J Philipp, Owner



1031 E. Ann, near the hospitals
By PHIL SEMAS but added, "The issues are com- of the university community im- ordination, says, "As an institu- sea
DELICIOUS SANDWICHES, SALADS, SOUPS College Press Service plex, with many ramifications, mediately halt all military and tion we don't take a view on the ac
95c DAILY SPECIAL STANFORD, Calif. (CPS) -and are not the kind that can be economic projects and operations| rightness or wrongness of the SR
Stanford University may be mov- resolved overnight." concerned with Southeast Asia." established government." S
Open Daily 11:00 a.m.'til 6:00 p.m. ing toward a change in its rela- Earlier, in an interview with the SDS nailed its demands to the About half of SRI's projects are abo
CLOSED SATURDAY and SUNDAY tionship with the Stanford Re- Stanford Daily, Glaser said the door of the Board of Trustees of-|initiated from within the Insti- abo
isearch Institute (SRI), which is relationship " is a legitimate issue fice. It also demanded that all tute, which has a research staff cen
__._..known to do military research. to examine-not one to sweep contracts, classified and unclassi- of 1,836. The other half are taken fed
" m under the rug and say it doesn't fied, be made public, including the on contract from government me
/ cActing Stanford President Rob- exist." value of the contract and individ- agencies or corporations. Any re- pri
RECOR DSert J. Glaser has set up a com- He said the incoming Stanford uals performing the work; that
Smittee of five faculty membe president, Kenneth Pitzer, sup- Stanford and SRI trustees make
RECORDS BOO KS fivstudwitsRI Tea n titutemiisranprsidet enthituewould pc-Stnodfclyasmkepbi
SB OfSive studentando dstra- ports the study. SRI Executive public all their corporate and gov-
tors to study Stanford's relation- Vice President Weldon Gibson ernment connections; and that
ship with SRI. The Institute is an said the Institute would "co- anrdautyasmkepbi
independent, non-profit organza- operate fully" with the study, their corporate and government
STOYS tionaffiliated with the university, which is supposed to be completed connections.
TO SGlaser announced his plans for by April 15. Glaser claimed his decision to
" STAT IONERYthe study at an unusual appear- Glaser's announcement came call for the study had nothing to
ance before the student legis- shortly after the Stanford chap- do with SDS's demands.
and lature. He said the relationship 'is ter of Students for a Democratic SDS seems to have little support
' one of concern to many members Society had demanded that the among the student body. A rally
"M ICHIGA N" SO UYEN iRS of the faculty and student body," university, SRI, and "all members they held to support the demands
"M C GR----drew only about 200 of Stanford's
11,300 students. And a Stanford
make Daily poll, based on a computer-
selected sample of 123 students,
showed only 23.5 per cent of the
ADRADUELY MEETING student body support the SDS de-
M ~ands,066 per cent opoeuhemed
MICHIGAN BOOK STRENomination of New Officers Stanford student body president
SDenisHayes would also like to see
STATE STREET AT NORTH UNIVERSITY *"ANN ARBOR some changes in campus war re-
yu730 P.M. Tomorrow, Dec. 4tsearch. At a meeting held shortly
your after Glaser announced his study,
Christmas Shopping Headquarters East Conference Room, Rackham Hayes asked the Board of Trus- REDICTS W/RO G-
tees to use their influence to get P E I T1'YIY
Tyr SRI to refuse to accept new re-
__ ------ _. _-_ _._ ________ ------ -,_ -.- - ------------____ ____ - search contracts involving chem-
ical, biological, or counter-insur- At r
gency warfare research until the At 1., ~ d
study is completed. L
In making its demands, SDS1 1
and biological w arfare research, n u i t a g s d c o e
P including tear gas anid crop de-
foliation; has a staff of 55 doing By SAM DAMREN B
counter-insurgency work in Thai- The removal this fall of student fou
land since 1962; is performing vehicle regulations has resulted in ges
cost analyses of alternative bomb- a larger increase of cars than ex- o
ing sites in North Vietnam; and is pected, but the severe traffic and on
M n Ni tdoing long-range surveys of in- parking congestion many had T
M e n'sNig ht . .-. vestment opportunities in South- feared would occur has not mate- cre
eastAsia for U.S. corporations. rialized, according to the Uni- the
In a study published last De- versity Parking Committee. ae
Wednesday, December cember, Viet Report magazine The parking committee is now reg
documented some of the war re- in the process of evaluating the pro
7:00 to 9:30 p.m. search being done at SRI. effects of the annulled restrictions int
SRI has denied only that it is and says thus far, "There is no less
studying bombing sites in North acute problem which has been re- the
Vietnam. Rudolf Brunsvold, SRI's lated to the suspension of driver T,
A chance to solve those what-to-give her problems vice president of planning and co- regulations." of
- - - - - _ _ _ _- --- - - ---__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _say
ina leisurely atmosphere a...and hove each gift W R E
glamour-wrapped, ready to put under the tree. 900
is t

rcher may decline to work on
certain project, according to
I officials.
RI is presently conducting
ut 700 research projects worth
ut $65 million. About 73 per
t of its support comes from
eral, state, and local govern-
nt, the other 27 per cent from
vate clients. About one-third of

its projects are classified. Vice
President Gibson said "a handful"
are so secret that even their exist-
ence cannot be revealed.
About 50 Stanford professors
serve as consultants on various
SRI projects and almost 20 SRI
staff members lecture and teach
at the university.


-Associated Press
Army may

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But while the committee has not
nd the acute problem of con-
tions that was expected, many
re cars have been registered
campus than expected.

reject Rudd
NEWARK, N.J. (A')-Mark Rudd,
leader of last spring's Columbia
student revolt, was tentatively re-
jected for military service here
yesterday after a pre-induction
Maj. Clement St. Martin of the
Army Administration Center in
Newark said Rudd could be order-

The report estimates an in- ed back for another examination
ase this term of 1,756 cars over in 30 days.
spring term, of which 1,004 St. Martin said he cannot dis-
direct results of the suspended close the ailment that doctors dis-
ulations. The committee had covered in examining the leftist
jected an increase of 300 cars student leader.
the unrestricted groups, much Rudd promised at a news con-
s than the 752 indicated in ference last week he would go into
air report estimates, the Army and continue his re-
Tom Brown, assistant director volutionary activities if found
student-community relations,, qualified after the examination.
s this unexpected increase of Rudd lost his student deferment
cars may in part be explained and was reclassified 1-A after he
an unusual increase of 800 to was suspended from Columbia. He
in this year's senior class. said at that time he would seek
But the parking committee is at an occupational deferment as a
oss to explain exactly why there "revolutionary." His appeal was
the lack of problems reported denied.
city administrators and under- He is the son of a retired Army
ed student parking lots. colonel.
the committee's preliminary re- Demonstrators around the cen-
t indicates that student lots ter marched and chanted about
only a little over half-filled, two hours in the damp, chilly
d the commuter parking lot at weather. They were dressed casu-
Events Bldg. and the Bursley ally, some, ironically, in Army
using lot are operating at only fatigues. No incidents were re-
-third capacity. ported.


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