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Spy rules drafted

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, October 14, 1978-Page 7
Apartheid attacked

Just because you 're
PA R A A(I/

. (Continued from Page 1)
" "The express prior consent'' of an
Y individual be obtained before the in-
' Mividual's name is mentioned to an in-
7t elligence agency for possible recruit-
ment;
" University members ''should not
7lend their names and positions to gain
public acceptance for material they
know to be misleading or untrue."
The document also calls for any staff
member to "consider whether the task
is consistent with his/her scholarly and
kp>rofessional obligations" before accep-
l ing any research or consulting work.
GCLB members did not appear to be
F bothered by the CIA's decision to ignore
rsimilar guidelines approved by Hsar-
yard University, or by a letter from CIA
head Admiral Stansfield Turner to
University President Robben Fleming
objecting to the formulation of last
year's guidelines.
"I t is important that the issue is ad-

dressed at .all," CLB member Judy
Phair said. "The Board doesn't have
the authority to put teeth into it (the
document). We could have formulated
a very harsh statement but we couldn't
enforce that either," Phair added.
CLB members held an optimistic
view of the chances for passage of the
current regulations.
"I think this, (draft) should answer
most of the problems the Faculty
Senate had with it last time around,"
Phair said. She added that she felt the
newly proposed rules address the
problems of academic freedom
adequately.
Heumann stressed that the current
statement was merely a preliminary
draft that would probably undergo fur-
ther change.
Heumann said he will discuss the
guidelines with SACUA Chairman Shaw
Livermore before the statement is
presented to the entire SACUA body.

Continued from Page 1)
DURING THAT particular dance,
Aduonum began shouting a rallying call
to ask the dancers if they were ready
for the struggle.
"They responded by shouting that we
have already been victorious," he said.
WCCAA was created last spring to
wage a campaign to force the Univer-
sity to divest its holdings in South
Africa. The group meets weekly to plan
programs to raise student con-
sciousness of the apartheid system.
THE UNIVERSITY Boardof Regents
voted in March to keep its investments
and seek responses from the banks and
corporations with investments there
about their South African holdings.
Debbie Duke,, a member of the
coalition, said the rally was also direc-
ted at showing students that the group
has remained active and will continue
the struggle for liberation, despite its
initial setbacks.
"We aren't going to get out of it. A
lot of people thought we had given up
but that's just not true," said Duke.
Kate Rubin, a coalition member and
Michigan Student Assembly represen-
tative, said the University delayed any
concrete action on its March resolution

until about a month ago and hasn't
changed its basic view toward
divestiture,
To convey their resentment at the
Regents' position, coalition members
performed a dramatic presentation
showing characters representing the
University, General Motors, and the
black and white workers in South
Africa.
THE PLAY SHOWED' the character
imitating the University asking a
student for his tuition and then
proceeding to invest it in General
Motors. After "General Motors" in the
United States had sliced the money in
half it handed that portion to its sub-
sidiary in South Africa. The subsidiary,
in turn, also sliced it considerably and
passed it to the workers who only
received a very small share.
Next weekend, representatives from
over 50 midwest colleges and univer-
sities will gather in Evanston, Illinois
and discuss ideas and suggestions for
anti-apartheid activities.
"It will be a working conference, an
exhange of idea where we can plan for
the future and work* for divestment,"
said Duke.

doesn't mean
we're not out
to get you

Maybe we should say. . GET,
ACQUAINTED WITH YOU. You are
invited to STUDENT SUNDAY
tomorrow (Oct. 15) at
bniversity Church of the Nazarene
409,S. Division St.
9:45 a.m. Time of Getting Acquainted
11:00 a.m. Worship Hour with "The Living Light"
(contemporary musical group)
1 2 noon Fellowship Meal'

I

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ERA themte of new game

(Continued from Page 1)
"The idea for the game came up at a
dinner party," explained Lax.
"Although we were with a well-
informed group, we found we didn't
know a lot about the ERA."
LAX AND GREEN have worked on
games before and took their basic idea
to game consultant Joan Ross. After the
preliminary design was outlined, they
commissioned Sally Everhardus of
University Publications to draw the
playing board.
Superimposed on the map are a
series of role-reversal caricatures of
men hula dancing and pondering what
type of laundry 'detergent is best. In
another part of the country, female
football players run across the board, in

addition to presiding at meetings.
Lax, who is also an urban planning
instructor at the University, said the
game is still in the marketing process.
Already updated because of the three-
year extension of the ratification
deadline, the game will be available in
early November at book and depar-
tment stores, and also by mail. The
game has also been discussed as a fun-
draising project .for groups such as the
National Organization for Women.
Part of the proceeds from sales will
go for ratification efforts, according to
Lax. The suggested retail price is $3.95
in stores, and $4.50 by mail order from
Lilax Productions, 320 City Center
Building, Ann Arbor. 49104.

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