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Tuesday, February 4, 19Cci

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(Continued from Page z None of the speaxers at the ral- of language that marks it espe- us'."
--To call a general strike aimed ly, or during the discussion in- cially for distinction as a require-, One faculty member who dis-
at closing down the university un- side, attempted to link the sit-in ment?" he asked. agreed said Shapiro's argument:
til the demands are met; with an all out drive for student "We think in language. unless iplidta i oehigint
-To leave the building when1 voice in hiring procedures, we think in numbers," Baker an- perfect, "we shouldn't have it at
tiet vi W'entsyn htw aeswered. all." He said Shapiro's logic wasE
asked at closing' ie'oaod "er o aigta ehv Assoc. Prof. Harold Shapiro of like saying that since improve-
confrontation with police.; the right to hire and fire teach- the economics department ques- ments have been made on New-:
__ ers," 'said one student. "It's just tioned whether the faculty knew ton's theory, students should no
that when there's a teacher who what courses a student should longer study the original theory.
Ca ueti ek S tells us what society is about, we take to gain a liberal education. At the close of the meeting. tu
should support him." "We have no idea of what it dent Government Council Presi-
CA"This isn't a student power is- takes to produce a liberal, think- dent Michael Koeneke asked for
L p o e tsue," he added. ing man," he said. "By having the an extra faculty meeting before
(Coninud fom age1) t 5:0 Dan f Sudets,~i1language requirement we are pre- the scheduled meeting March 3.
(coninud fom age ) A 5:0 man o Stdens, il-tending to the outside world thatl The faculty did not react to
end to distribution requirements} ton Dickerson, took the platform we do have some idea of what a3 Koeneke's request, however.
has been a good pitch for agita- and asked the students to leave.;------ --------- -_-_n_- ______-
tion," said Caucus member Eric Adhering to their earlier decision., T DAILY
Chester. "But if we're going to students vacated the building. UBULKIDE T THE MICHIGAN

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gain the widest possible support
among students, the demand will,
have to be for the end -of the
language requirements alone,", he
added.
Bruce..Levine said that the pro-
posed sit-in would be the lapt
chance for the students to carry
any weight in the decision on
requirements.
"Tactically, we have to show
students, that the faculty w o u 1 d
never be \discussing requirements
if it were not for students pres-
sure.
"If we wait until March," Le-
vine added, "we will face spring
break; by April there will be
finals and our leverage will be
gone."

Two students independently de-
cided to remain inside. Attempts
by police and university officials
to persuade the pair to leave were
unsuccessful. They were removed
by police for identification pur-
poses. Arrest will come later today
after warrants are formally is-
sued.
Many of the students regrouped
later for a strategy meeting in
the men's lounge of Holmes Hall,
a university dormitory. At the
meeting students affirmed their
earlier decision to re-enter the ad-
ministration building again today.j
They also discussed plans for in-
stigating a boycott of classes as
part of the general strike.

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