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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 3, 1969

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CSJ hears final arguments
in recruiter disruption case

DISRUPTIONS:
SGC blasts academic penalties

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clippings referring to research in
infra-red techniques being car-.
ried on at the Institute of Science
and Technology and their uses in
Vietnam reconnaissance.
Vice president for Research A.
Geoffrey Norman testified he had
no personal knowledge of uses of
infra-red techniques in Vietnam."
Miller specifically cited research
being conducted by Prof. C. Over-
berger, chairman of the chemistry

department. A clipping from t h e
University Reporter, introducedj
as evidence by Miller, lists a
$26,00 contract from Edgewood
Arsenal for research on "enzyme
action" conducted by Overberger.
Miller claimed the Office of Re-
search Administration has Over-
berger's project listed as "Effect
of Ethanol-water solvent composi-
tion on poly-4-5 vinyl imadazol
catalyzed esterilytic reactions."
Norman said it is impossible
to infer what type of research

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Overberger is conducting from
even the full title of his project,
but Prof. Gregory Duboff of the
medicine department said the title
implies "work attempting to de-
sign a compound which will in-
hibit production of molecules es-
sential to the production of hemo-
globins and other body enzymes."
Duboff said it "is reasonable to
assume" that the effect of such
a compound would be "highly
toxic," resulting in blood poison-
ing.
Dr. James N. Davidson, an
Atomic Energy Commission post-
doctoral fellow in the nuclear
engineering department, has bean
selected to receive the M a r k
Mills Award of the American Nuc-
lear Society.
The award is granted each year
for the best paper by a graduate
student in the nuclear energy
area. Davidson received his doc-
toral degree in nuclear engineer-
ing last April.

(Continued from Pag'e 1)Senate Assembly and SGC have
In a related move, SGC re- passed different drafts of the by-
quested the Regents hold a special laws. Council challenged one por-
meeting to consider and approve tion of Chapter 7 which gives
Chapter 7. No specific ,time was faculty members the sole right to
stipulated, but it was understood set curriculum standards.
the meeting should precede the SGC also resolved last night
Oct. 16 session. that academic punishment for
The Student Relations Com- political actions constitutes "the
mittee of Senate Assembly has repression of political dissent
also called for a special Regents within the University."
meeting to consider the bylaws, The motion-sponsored by Mary
as has the Residential College As- Livingston and Administrative,
sembly. Vice President Bob Hirshon-re-
minds the University community
The Regents were scheduled to! that in non-academic actions
discuss the bylaws at their Sep- "CSJ and the civil courts have
tember meeting, but the discussion { complete jurisdiction."
with students then precluded this. Roger Keats cast the sole vote
Approval of Chapter 7 may as- against the motion, while Execu-
sume immediate significance if
the University permits the schools
to judge whether the students who
sat-in at the LSA Bldg. violated
academic rules.

tiveVice President Marc Van Der
Hout, Mary Livingston, Joan
Shemel, Mike Farrell, Bob Nelson
and Carol Hollenshead voted
for it.
Council also agreed to send SGC
President Marty McLaughlin, Far-
rell and Miss Livingston as SGC's
representatives at tomorrow's
bookstore negotiations. 0 t h e r
Council members are invited, how-
ever.
Council also formed a com-
mittee to investigate whether
State Sen. Robert Huber's cam-
pus disorder investigation, which
is probing student unrest here, is
violating any records, policies on
the SGC Bill of Rights.

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