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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 20, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 20, 1969

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Flemiing, Davis blast Othecr

lak pi i t S.Vetnam tactics

By IIARIN Y ' NTEL.

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mell tXwas. on hand during the dis-
turbances, but he said he did not
think any police action was nieces-
sa'.
In hi-> speeeih, Fleming said that
tihose who burn their draft cards,
go to prison, refuse to serve or
simply drop ouit of society are not
by such acts cowards or traitors."
"The economic, human and spitr-
; fual costs of continuing the war
seFem to.)mencunbearable.'' he ex-
# pa in ed.
Ujnder economics, he ennume-
'ated some preseiiig problems to
which funds should be allocated--
"in the cause of peace and human
betterment." He mentioned the,
population boom, food shortage.
pollution and racial justice.
Fleming sawe both Presidents
Johnson and Nixon '"trapped in
the Xweb of two ''owerful consider-
at .ions..'
''The first is the political di-
.,, rlc tima a'itome it is niot near'ly
elegy. .' as those of uts who think
-:'''at' ought to end or believe
; . tthe bulk of out citizens
Adthe second is a concern
-vi~! J: - fo r wxh'at will happen to the South
Vietniamiese who have worked with
eand afeain up us 11ndXvwhat will happen to South-I
icrophotit' anid east Asia if we simply leave that
'heoric. "I call beleaiguer'ed area of the world."
.ial strit . . a But Fleming believes that policy
time of equal thus far has been a mistake.
,e call g-oest' in- "Speaking for myself. I would
'se, because no- be Xilling to accept three proposi-
'illoxt' heir Nho tions

Closing his speech, Flenming
said "I can, and I will, express
to my colleagues who are presi-
dents of other academic insti-
tutions my concern about the
war, and my hope that their cam-
puses, like ours, will find a vehicle
through which faculty and stu-
dents may bear witness to their
convic tions."
After Fleming r'eceived a standl-
ing ovation, Davis described North
Vietnam, which he has visited
twice.
Saying itiA Viutnaml had de-
feated the most advanced country
i the world, he said. "We've got,
to understand Vietnam to under-
Stand ourselves.'
Delay
Vloispii'ae
eases
4. na tO iii'tfl(,:, ji!
parable damage,'' said rent strike
legal spokesman Dale Berry. The
landlords used this argumentini
ain unsuccessful attempt last sum-
met' to win an injunction against
the Tenants Union.
"They don't seem to have the
same sense of urgency they used
to.' added Berry.
Rent strike spokesman Stuart
Katz ascribed the landlords desire
to delay the trial largely to theii'
reluctance to reveal their finan-
cial r'ecords, which they will have
to do as part of thes conspiracy
proceedings.
"They're going to have to pro0-
duce their financial recor'ds," said
Katz, and that's one thing they
don't want to do."

action
The Regents 'yeste rday gave ap-
proval to their halt oflia joint pro-
gramn with the state of Michigan
to organize a mental retardation
center.
The facility, named Michigan
Mental Retardation R e s e a r' e h
Center, would be located in Ply-
mouth and Xfiould combinie the re-
search efforts of the state and the
University to find the causes of
mental retardation.
The University is represented in
the agreement by its Institute for
tihe Study of Mental Retardation.
T he state is acting through its
D?partment of Mental Health
wXhich is still considering the pro-
posal.
In other act ion yesterday, Vice
President for Research, A. Geof-
frey Norman, t ol1 d thle Regents
that researcht expenditures at the
University tot aled $62.1 million
du'inig the fiscal year 1968-69.
Norman called tile figure ''grat-
if ying'' although the tptal repre-
sented noincrt~'lease over the prev-
iouls year'.
The Pegeits also namned Prof.
Lowvell V. Beach assist ant dean of
the Umive sity's S~chool of Educa-
tion.l
Tihe apipointment is for the
1969-70 school year.
CORRECTION
The correct dote for the
Al Capp's speech is Sun-
day, September 28, not
September 23, as printed
iThursday's (September
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men~rt for the University
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h a ye been pushed. men Xwit-h
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('handler 15i'rll ilttenti' in
holdingi an unwilling audience.
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amtong themi, I XXould have ex-
petted manitylit the atudience to
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'--Atn announced tunilateral de-
cision to withdraw from Viet Nam.
"-Massive troop withdrawals,
by, which I meani Clark Clifford's
goa~l of 100.000 by the end of 1969,
alld McGeor'ge Bundy's formula
for r'emovintg all but 100,000 by
til" end of 1970.
-"Advice to out' friends in both
Vietnam and Southeast Asia that
we wiil make the above moves and
that wv? must therefore reevaluate.
wtith them, our position in that
at'ea of tilt' xtorld."

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