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TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1966

SOCIOLOGIST REPORT:

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socIoLOGIsT REPORT: INew Highway Research Institute To Seek
Resistance to Integration Comprehensive Approach to Road Safety

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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (R)-Re-
sistance to racial integration is
going underground, sociologists
say, and civil rights leaders can
be expected more often to flex the
muscles of "black power."
"It is ironic that segregation
in the United States today, after
the passage of antisegregation
laws, is far more widespread than
when segregation legally existed,"
says Joseph D. Lohman of the
University of California.
"The presence of subtle dis-
crimination is pervasive," he says.
Subtle Segregation
Lohman and other specialists
at the American Sociological As-
sociation convention said studies
show:
-Big city schools, North and
South, are resegregating.
--More Negroes live in segregat-
ed neighborhoods than 20 years
ago.
-School desegregation in small
towns is only token in most cases.
Negro frustration with the si-
lent barriers of society and success
with the use of power, Lewis M.
Killian of Florida State Univer-
sity says, have given birth to the
slogan "black power."
"The faith that change could
be brought about by legal mneans
alone has been destroyed by white
men," Killian said.
"It is the growth of the' actual
power of the movement, and the

even greater sense of power, which
have led to the rising curve of
militancy," he said.
The riots at Chicago, Los An-
geles and New York, Killian said,
"are a terrifying demonstration of
Negro power-that place Negro
leaders in a position embarrass-

By RICHARD CHARIN sional staff, an information pro-
The Highway Safety Research gram, operating from a library and
Institute, established last year by editoria office, a research pro-
the University to develop a com- gram supported by project grants
ingly like that of the Southern on and off campus, and a student
white politician during the early prehensive approach to highway of ap and arstrden
days of the movement. safety, enters this academic year toward professional ca-
"They cannot publicly approve with 15 graduate fellows and pre- reers in highway safety.
of such violence. But every time liminary planning completed on
they mention the riots, they im- several major projects. A laboratory building to house
the insttute is being construted.

with an advisory committee com- on the institute planning com-
posed of representatives from the mittee. Robert C. Elderfield, pro-
University, the automotive indus- fessor of chemistry, and member
try, appropriate government agen- s
cies, and civic leaders." of the subcommittee is now a
At the time the institute was member of the planning com-
established, the Faculty Senatemie
Advisory Committee on University Dr. Robert Hess, chairman of
Affairs (SACUA) was reported the executive, planning and build-
outraged by the administration's ing committees of the Highway
failure to consult them on the pro- Safety Institute, said yesterdayj
ject. Vice-President for Research that his staff has completed pre-
A. Geoffrey Norman promised luminary work on eight to ten re-
that a SACUA research subcom- search projects which will be con-
mittee member would be placed ducted by the institute.

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Red China Expands
Purge, Limits Force

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The institute was established
last December after the Univer-
sity received $10 million from the
automotive industry. This was
then described as the largest cor-
porate gift ever received by a uni-
versity for any purpose.
As a result University research-
ers in such diverse fields as seis-
mology, structural engineering,l
and psychiatry, are all being
drawn into the investigation of
highway safety.
According to University officials,
the institute will include a labora-
tory center with a resident profes-

on North Campus with grants
totaling $4 million from the Ford
Motor Co. and the General Motors
Corp. Operating expenses for the
first five year period will be un-
derwritten by a $6 million grant
from the Automobile Manufact-
urers Association.
Policy
In a statement made after the
new institute was founded, Uni-
versity President Harlan Hatcher
said that "Research projects and
other major policies will be de-
termined for the institute by its
professional staff in conjunction

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TOKYO (/P)-Red China's new
strong man, Defense Minister Lin
Piao, called on the militant
young Red Guards Wednesday
night to expand the purge now
sweeping the Chinese mainland
but turned them against coercion
and force.
"Don't hit people," Mao Tze-
tung's heir apparent told 500,000
young Red Guards and other revo-
lutionary youths in Peking's
Square of Heavenly Peace.
Lin, 59, said he spoke for Mao,
who rode around the square at his
side during the rally. But the 72-
year-old chairman of the Com-
munist party did not speak.
The teen-aged Red Guards have
been carrying out a nationwide
purge of foreign and pre-Com-

munist influences as part of theC
"cultural revolution" ordered by 1
Mao to strengthen the hold of his!
ideas on China. The youthful t
purge has been marked by vio-t
lence and the humiliation of its
victims.
Use Reason
Lin, according to the New China
News Agency, called on the Red
Guards to carry out their cam-
paign by reasoning and not by
coercion or force.
Lin told the youths to "further
develop the cultural revolution-I
smash four olds-old ideas, old
culture, old customs and oldhabits
and deal a heavy blow to a hand-
ful of burgeois rightists."
But coercion or force, he said,
"can only touch their skins" while
reasoning can "touch their souls,
show their counter-revolutionary
features, isolate them to the maxi-
mum, discredit them, pull them
down and smash them."
Premier Agrees
Premier Chou En-lai gave the
same advice in milder language.
The New China News Agency
said Mao was "beaming" through
the speeches but did not mention
the state of his health. It said
there were loud cries of "Long
life to chairman Mao!"
From elsewhere in the Com-
munist world came a report of
opposition to the purge inside~
Chinaand condemnation from
other Communist parties.

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