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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fridav, December . 1968

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 6, 1968

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medical equipment is located in a
compact unit above each incuba-
tor spot. All the equipment has
been miniturized for more effici-
ent use.
Mott Hospital will also develop
a non-surgical joint program of
internists and pediatricians to
provide better and more personal
care for teenagers. In addition to
its infant-oriented facilities, the
hospital will provide non-surgical
and educational care for adoles-
cents.
The adolescent units of the hos-
pital are designed to care for the
teenagers' dietetic, educational
and psycho-social needs. It is, as
Oliver explains, "more than just
housing together."
Oliver claims the hospital's
school is "the best hospital school
in the nation." It is designed to
make a child feel that he is in a
school situation. In specially-
structured classrooms, even child-
ren at the hospital for an extend-
ed stay can keep up with their
class assignments, according to
Oliver.
Although the school does receive

of Education as reimbursement (o "fp fsQflflf l1 esU5
for a special educational program,
the school is considered a func-
tion solely of the hospital. The (continued from Page i i iby getting all different kinds of
teachers are employed by the hos- Thomas Lovell, administrative students into UAC so that we get,
pital and they will work only for vice president of UAC and chair- a cross-section of campus senti-I
the hospital, man of the personnel policies com- ment."
It will be up to the family doc- mittee, said that the intention of Dan McCreath, president of
tor to decide whether a teenager both the executive council's state- UAC, said that the itention of
should be in the Mott or the Uni- ment and the committees findings the executipl councils nstatement
versity Hospital, because it is dif- was to indicate that participation of a place personnel policies
ofUAC as a secondary priority.
ficult to know where to place a of different segments in UAC was "What's been said is that UAC{
teenager. Hubbard says, "It is not a necessary part of providing ser- is set up to provide services to the,
just chronological age, since be- vices to the student community. campus with the understanding
tween the ages of 14 and 17, there "I feel that the semantics in that students conduct these ser-
are some who are immature and our original representation of the vices," he continued.
some who are mature." A child matter were unclear. We meant to The Pro Black Organization, a
must feel comfortable in the hos- indicate that the only way we can student-community group whose{
pital surroundings in order to render service to the campus is charges of potential internal dis-j
fully recover from an illness.
"In order to have progressing!
and expanding components of Ia p
teaching reasearch and clinicalU S .gy
treatment," Oliver says, "the hos-4
pital needs more funds and more I
space." There will be 200 beds at
Mott, a 70 bed increase over the f SDS outburst
University Hospital's 130 beds for
children. From Wire Service Reports abused the ambassador as he be-I
However, Oliver claims that they A gan to speak.
will be able to fill those 70 extra' Ambassador Nguyen Huu Chi,
wil beds with no strin wtever South Vietnam's U.N. observer, Protesters charged down the
beds with no strain whatever since said yesterday he had received a aisles, flinging leaflets to the aud-
the University Hospital is already U.S. apology for his treatment at ience. A pitcher of water was
functioning above capacity. the hands of student demonstrat- thrown in the ambassador's face,
________ ors Wednesday night. and students draped a Nazi flag

Gilti
crimination prompted the forina-
Lion of the personnel policy com-
mittee, has proposed that the
appointive process which selects
UAC senior officers be replaced
with election by all UAC members
having a minimum tenure of two
Or Three monlts.
"A few hundred people would
judge my qualifications better
f o u r would," explained Ron
Thompson, chairman of the black
group.
Thompson said that under the
present system of selection, any
present senior officer could block
an applicant for a senior office.
The election process Would allow
the whole UAC membership to
have a part in the selection of its
senior officers.
The second phase of the per-
sonnel policies committee's investi--
gation will be to determine what
changes in the personnel struc-
ture of UAC will be necessary to
carry out the functions that were
ascertained in the first phase of
the investigation.
The four senior officers will
meet January 8 to discuss how
next year's officers will be selected
-by appointment or by election.
If any change is made in the
selection process, it will require
ratification by the Union Board
of Directors and the League Board
of Directors.
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He told a reporter that Ambas-
sador William B. Buffum, deputy
chief of the U.S. delegation, apol-
ogized for what had happened to
him at New York University.
Student intruders opposed to
U.S. military operations in Viet-
nam prevented Chi from speaking
to the Political Forum at NYU's
Washington Square campus in
New York City.
About 50 members of the Stu-
dents for a Democratic Society
(SDS), waving Viet Cong flags,

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across his chest.
The students tore down the
South Vietnamese flag and re-
placed it with the Viet Cong ban-
ner. Chi was quickly led from the
hall by NYU officials. He later
said that when he was on his way
)ut, two or three students tried
to hit him, and he took refuge for
an hour in a professors apart-
ment.
Chi told Buffum that he under-
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U.S. campuses.;
New York Times executive edi-
tor James Reston was also abused
by the demonstrators, who forced
him to leave the stage that he was
lecturing on in the student center
on the Washington Square Cam-
pus, one flight above where Chi
was supposed to speak.
The students were shouting ob-
scenities as they burst through the
auditorium door. Restons notes
were ripped up, and he slipped out
a side door. He was followed by
most of the audience.
Steve Halliwell, a nonstudent
coordinator of radical activities at
NYU, hired by the Washington
Square Council, a student elected
governing body, held a news con-
ference after the disturbances. He
said that "the South Vietnamese
and James Reston both represent
powers that support the war in
Vietnam."

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In September, researchers with
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reduction of expenditures of at
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NSF set an expenditure ceiling
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