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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 4, 1969

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ter-insurgency project in Thai-
land, the development of the
BOMARC (Boeing Michigan Aero-
nautical Research Center) missile,
and research into defense-orient-
ed remote sensing.
The decision to restructure the
relationship between the Univer-
sity and Willow Run has been
brewing for almost a year, and
reasons for the moves are num-
erous.
"We have been under pressure
from a g'eat number of places to
maximize the educational dividend
from the kind of activities that go
on at Willow Run," says Norman.
Some sources say privately Wil-
low Run has "outlived" its period
as a facility independent of the
rest of the University. To become
"viable," they say, it must become
more involved in teaching-asso-
ciated research.
Dissatisfaction is widespread at
the labs because the annual ex-
penditures have plummeted in the
last three years from $13 million
to last year's $9 million.
The decline in expenditures, due
principally to a general cut in de-
fense department spending, has
been accompanied by a tightening
of the types of research the DOD
will finance.
Willow Run labs, which thrived
during the 1950's on open ended
research grants, have been com-
pelled to seek contracts for speci-
fic projects whose aims are defined
in advance.
Moreover, there seems to be a
serious morale problem at the labs,
stemming mainly from the clas-
sified research controversy which
began in 1967 and culminated in
a report recommending guidelines
for secret research and the estab-
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Myers was not doing a good job,"
he said.
"I decided to do it when I foundj
I was being duped like everyone
else about the legality of the elec-
tion." he adds.
Miss Johnson and Thee say
IHA's constitution requires a
quorum consisting of half of the
eligible membership. Only 16 of
the 68 possible members wore pre-
sent at the meeting which elected
Myers.
Myers thinks his election w a s
legal since he was elected under
a different constitution, but his
challengers say the definition of a
quorum is the same in the old
constitution as it is now.
In addition, Thee and Miss
Johnson -disagree with the way
Myers conducts the business of
the organization.
Mitchell urges
no knock' laws*
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cotics and Drugs yesterday pledg-
ed to wage "a campaign of infor-
mation and education that will
reach all the people of the na-a
tion."
He urged the governors, when
they return to their capitals, to
strike at the problem of d r u g
abuse in their states.
Nixon recited statistics stating
that some eight million Americans
use marijuana - one third of the
college students and one per cent'
of high school students.
Nixon said that in recent months
he has learned a lot about t h e
d r u g problem, noting that he
first thought the answer was more
penalties.
But when you are talking about
13 and 14-year-olds, he said, the
answer is not more penalties but
more information and education.'

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"Myers has not called an execu-
tive board meeting, though they
are constitutionallysprovided for
once a week, he scheduled IA
meetings only aboutdonce every
two weeks, and he does not in-
form most of the members of any
of these actions," Miss Johnson
says.
"Consequently, IHA has not had
a democratic meeting all year
since a quorum has never been in
attendance," she adds. "And any
actions taken by IHA including
all appointments are therefore
illegal."
But Myers believes all these ac-
tions have been justified except
the lack of communication, which
he termed a "farce."
"I have tried to run IHA in a
manner so that it is not bogged
down by parliamentary procedure
and constitutional niceties in the
interest of promoting broader rep-
resentation and better discussion,"
he says.
IHA secretary Beverly Morse
agreed, saying she contacted about
50 house presidents for each meet-
ing.
But Thee and Miss Johnson are
no-t satisfied and will continue to
fight not only the proposed re-
placement for Johnson, Judy
Kursman, but vill attempt to get
members to hold new elections for
all offices before the term ends.
To do this they have sent a
letter to all house presidents call-
ing for high attendance at the
next meeting when they hope the
body will remove Myers.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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