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Page Eight

FHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 1 3, 1 969

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SIJA W WH-ITNEY:

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Dispute over

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('oltirntett fro:]!} :-;i the str'uggie against the jurisdic-
to appeal the decision, and as tion of the board, he says.
Davis exp;lains. "We have no way "I have' no idea what would hap-
of tesiting this until we, get an p~en if Whitney appealed t~o CSJ,"
appeal" Shaw admits, "but I assume noth-
Whitney says tihe board treated ing would result." CSJ and the
hime fairly and does not "deserve board would thus be left facing
vengeance." each other, each declaring it had
"If I make a stink now, it. would made the final decision.
just be anl insult to the board." ."This is an issue on which every
Whitney explains. He reportedly student from the frats to SDSers
lo)oks on the disciplinary probation agrees," says Davis. "If Shaw is
alittle more than a slap on the overturned by CSJ and does noth-
w1,rist, a minor punishment he is ing, he's going to get torn apart,
i-ot w~oieid about. :because hie's going against bothi
Shawr agrees that the status of the present and the tide."
a person on prlobation is quite Marc Woli, chai'man of CSJ,
vague. "It is both symbolic and foresees the possibility of the two
real." lie says. "Symbolically it ex- groups ignoring rather than con-
presses5 disappointment but in a fronting each other if they should
real sense it could also result in a rule on the same case, but finds'
student's expulsion or suspension it the best possible arrangement.
if his behavior does not improve." "The real problem comes not;
But Whitney also admits that when the administrative board
until shortly after his hearing be-'makes such a ruling, but w~hen its
tore the board hie was unaware tries to implement such punish-
of the jurisdictional problem. And ment." hie says. 'What the boar'd
hie is also angry about the pos- has actually done is just establish
sibility that Shaw may use his 'a history to show that It (does
case as at precedent for hearing have the power to discipline stu-
other CaIses. dents."
"If 91hawi~ claims my case as a "Until we get the bylaws passed
precedent for p~unishinlg peole in and the power definitely goes to!
the futu'e, then I, too, will join CSJ though, the best we can real-
ly hope for is to have the two
- sides walking a tight-rope and not
asksI-~ really doing anything," he says.
C k)J But some students wanit a
chance to clear the issue of juris-
diction now.
N o rrn aiiJ "I'm sure that in the next case
over disruptioins, there wxill be.
couple of students who will appeal, 1
to t "and all the guns on campus willI
11 tC', 1 )' be pointed at Dean Shaw," Davis

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Arbor c ityattor'ney undier'fortiner-
Mayor Wendall Hulcher's admnin-
istr'ation. Now. in private practice.
hie was retained by the University
to prosecute the case.
Forsythe contended at the hear'-
igyesterday that tihe list of wit-
isesand materials submitted by
the counsel for tihe defense had
''n1 relevance" to the case.
"'These persons are not ill any
way connected to tile qutestionl be-
fore us," hie said. "That question
is, simply, in regard to SGC rules,
whiether persons, were obstrtucted
lySDS and the defendanlts.''
Forsythe told the CSJ hie wxas
attenmpting to make arrangements,
to have L'Ftoile flown to Ann Ar-
bor' to tes:tifyv Wednesday night.
Mcg;ill dernied that the cenltral
isstc (of the,,c a se was physical
Irahlsg ressioll. "We are not admit-
ilg 1101' denying that the students
vel'e ini the room at the time of
ile disruption," he said. "We sim-
lly don't care."
Mogill explained that he plani-
tie'd to emphasize the "defense of
justification." lie said hie wotuld
like to use tihe test1imny of Nor-
1111anld the scientists to s110w
leUniver'stv 's involvement inl
millitaryrearh
''Ther'e a re some occasions when
ioit enforcement of the law
\ould be unjust. We stubnmit that
ils 1is(oneof those times." lhe
siid.
Mcgill also said the defense
would contend that the actions of
ie students were taken in de-
,,ense of "all those people around!
thie world wrho are being sup-,
:,-wee~d by tile United States
woernment.''

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the r'ally was a loud affair which
one studlent descr'ibed as "tile rad-
ical ('quivalent of a football game."
Although the event was origin-
ally slated as' ~"torchlight"
march, the imnprovised torches
werel' not immersel'5d in gasoline and
lit until the cr'owd reached North
Hall,
Starting oil tile Diag, tile len)-
onlstratol's marched off towar'd the
Union and West Quad following a
banner proclaiming "Smlashl Im-
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cia lism,"
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students emerged from the librar'y,
but mer'ely locked on. East Quad-
l'angle, home of the Residential
College, prIovided a war'mer wel-
com~e as abotut 75 joined tihe
march.
On the hlill. Isnore stuldenlts jolied
tile march, anld and as the dem-
onstrator's began crossing tile
South Forest overpass, t li e y
str'etchled back to Alice Lloyd Hall.

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