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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 11, 1969

Ten THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, February 11, 1969

DS HOLDS FISHBOWL 'RAP-IN':

Oglesby
By R. SETH GORDETSKI
"We play politics all the time.t
We must all come to the painful
realization that there is no exit'
from politics," said Carl Oglesby
at the Students for a Democratic
Society "rap-in" in the Fishbowl
yesterday afternoon.
The former national president
of SDS faced a small but atten-
tive following in hopes of drawing
support for some sort of student

backs 'political'

Board rejects
faculty housing rule

action in protest of the denial
of tenure to Julien Gendell andI
Tom Mayer.
Oglesby said both professors,
Gendell in chemistry and Mayer
in sociology, were denied tenure
for becoming involved in "T h e
Movement."
But the times are such that all
men must be political, Oglesby
said.
"The time demands of men that

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they be more than just ordinary After denouncing "the slick- Thomas Brown, assistant direc-
chemistry teachers. We must I talking department heads," Ogles- tor of student community rela-
choose our sides." by criticized the University f o r tions, said if there were no re-
But he argued, the forces that "seeking to protract its longevity." strictions on the landlords requir-
be will not tolerate that politiciza- A small discussion ensued. The ing registering with the Univer-
tion. main topic was the University'sg sity nothing could be done with
"Subtle instruments are being justification in firing the t w o most landlords.
used to carry out the deplorable teachers on charges of incompet- Harold Thompson, '70, said he
McCarthyism of the past," said ency. couldn't see any real concessions
Oglesby. "To cover up the firing Oglesby, who appeared quite to the students in any event. He
and msure" nanxious to hear student opinion, asked that the University "give
and obscured." called Gendell up to the front of teeth to the proposed regulation
The purpose of the university is the Fishbowl to address the so that students will win the con-
"to provide a sanctuary for free- crowd. cessions they should be getting."
tied. tGendell first attacked the Uni- Thompson said it might take
tinued. time for some of their demands to
Alluding to the Michigan State1 versity as an "oppressor," and Imefrsm fterdmnst
student demonstrations of the then questioned 'thercriterion of be met but he insisted that the
pstudeektin d ostofBestGarhhow to decide who is part of the University begin by requiring
past week, in protest of Bert Gar-- damage deposits and the last
skof's firing, Oglesby said, "When University and who is not. mage et ad the last
the institutions of this society act "I want to do my chemical re- months brent be held by the ira-
in a high-handed way, we must search and I want to work against nversity before granting regist-
take action. There must be a col- the evils of our society," he said. Even if this recommendation
lectivity concerning the nation- The floor was then taken by an for extension of the requirement
hood as well as ourselves." SDS leader from MSU who at- is not accepted, the present rule
"The activist intellectual is be- tempted to explain the reasons for requiring junior women and in
ing asked to leave," he said. "This the student mobilization at his fact all women under 21 to live in
consummation has achieved a own university. University housing would still
pattern we must break. Authority As discussion for organizing a hold. This practice according to
must be challenged-all of us are commttee to get tenure for May- Miss Meyer and Norma Kraker,
threatened." er and Gendell got under way, supervisor of Off Campus Hous-
Oglesby d e a 1 t with both the the chaos of the change of class- ing, is discriminatory to female
problems of the university and es at 2 p.m. brought the general students, who in their opinion
the more menacing problems aris- rap-in to a close. A private meet- "can take better care of them-
ing in the entire society.', ing of interested students was held selves than male students take
Because the university is "pol- later in the day. care of themselves."
dt~ianifr by tir knci

AI

Me nacrn oy par isansip
he said. "we must demand time
to think."

From here, Oglesby sought to
link the more encompassing prob-
lems of the society to what he
said were the injustices that be-
fell Mayer and Gendell at the
University.
"They not only think, they have
a mature presence of mind," he
said. "They have closed their fists
as well as opened their mouths."
Oglesby expressed the h o p e
that radicals will decide which
side they are on rather than allow
a draft to sway them.
"We must reason and under-
stand," he added, "not be blown
over by a breeze."
I

-Daily-Larry Robbins
Oglesby discusses tenure issue

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