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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 7, 1968

Page TwQ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 7. 1968

MSU stages police protest)

School Board contest)
Sfeatures 8 contestants

(Continued from Page 1) The administration should "con-
continued Pinner, who is president front directly and honestly the
of the MSU chapter of the Ameri- issues these students are raising,"
can Association of University Anderson said.
Professors. Prof. Dhirendra Sharma of
Pinner said that if the alleged MSU's philosophy department said
"system of surveillance" exists in "the whole world is crying out"
the dormitories, it is "not recon- at actions in the United States
cilable with a notion of academic such as arrests of students and
freedom." The university admin- assassinations of political leaders.
istration, he added, "should ex- Sharma said the university
plain the facts, explain the rea- should protect students from the
sons." police so they might be able to
James Anderson, assistant di- develop their "inquiring spirit."
rector' of MSU's Honors College Instead, he said, they "call these
told the demonstrators that police students criminals and wreck their
action Wednesday "was the most whole lives."
brutal thing I've ever seen in my,
experience with policemen." "We should respect youths" for
Anderson blamed especially the their demonstrations against the
state police who, he said, gave initial arrests," Sharma said. "In-
students blocking 'the entrance to stead, we call them subversives."
the administration building "no
warning whatever" before club- Demonstrators announced plans
bing them. to. mail out newsletters to students

during the summer and to con-
tinue organizing support.
Several students said they
would remain on campus over the
weekend to confer with those at-
tending the nation-wide meeting
of the Students for a Democratic
Society which begins at MSU on
Monday.
Engstrom to
quit legislature
Rep. Arnell Engstrom (R-Tra-
verse City) last night announced
he would not seek re-election. to
the Michigan House of Repre-
sentatives in November, after serv-
ing there for 18 years.
Engstrom is presently the chair-
man of the House Appropriations
Committee. He has been a repre-
sentative continuously since 1941.

(IContinued from Page 1)
ies should be increased to meet
the increased cost of living. But
after this balance is achieved,
there should be a detailed inves-
tigation of the concept of merit
raises for our teachers.
"This would enable the teaching
ranks be professionalized.
Teachers would not be negotiat-
ing on a contract or strike basis,
And such a concept would -mean
increased excellence in the teach-
ing profession."
Renken continues, "It is time to
force the board and the adminis'
tration to have fiscal responsibil-
ity and provide a professional
business plan on the basis of
foresight, not crisis-based deci-
sions."
Trustee Harold J. Lockett, a
child psychiatrist, is also seeking
re-election to the board.
Lockett says "The single most
important issue in this election,"
Lockett asserts, "is whether or not
the millage is passed.
"A millage defeat means that
education would suffer greatly in
Ann Arbor. And a significant per-
iod of time in each child's educa-
tional life would be lost. Such a
cut would affect the whole system,
and not any particular group or
groups.
"Salaries for teachers and staff
must be at levels that will attract
and keep the finest teachers and
administrators."
Lockett admits that "the pre-
sent millage will not raise teach-

ers' salaries." But he says "Be-
cause of the state of the economy
and the attitude of the taxpayers,
it would be most unrealistic, to
present a high budget and a mil-
lag increase to the citizens at
this time.
"If the school system is to im-
prove or maintain its present level.
the budget will have to grow in
coming years. The problem is how
to get more money.
"There has to be a vigorous ef-
fort towards changing the method
on which we now finance schools.
The property tax is outmoded
and. outdated. A more equitable
tax will have to be found."
Richard M. Wood, another can-
didate, supports the millage. Wood
says that he has personally work-
ed withthe voters and found that
"they are often misinformed or
uninformed. The operating millage
and the bonding for Huron High
School are frequently confused."
Wood contends, "We need an in-
formation officer to work with
Scott Westerman to inform the
community."
Cecil W. Warner, another can-
didate supports the millage. But
he says "We must find new sour-
ces of revenue."
He suggested as a basis for fi-
nancing a local school income tax
with an appropriate reduction in
the property tax, Wanner con-
tehds, "The fairest place to tax
is income, not property. This
would provide a larger base and
the public would pay less."

Spoek trial
(Continued from Page 1)
study of international law when
the prosecutor - seeking to
discredit Raskin's objection
that the Vietnam war was il-
legal because undeclared by
Congress - tried to trap him
into a comparison between
Vietnam and Korea, which the
prosecutor said was also a war
where there had been no dec-
laration 'by Congress.
Raskin is proving to be a
tough and formidable witness.
By today, he should have fin-
ished his testimony, and the de-
fense will have its chance to
conclude its case with the tes-
timony of its most stellar mem-
ber, Dr. Benjamin Spock.

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