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Thursday, January 13, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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City officials chide Davids'
proposal on campus police

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posed University police agencies,"
he said.
Davids' proposal suggest hir-
ing about ten students ow a part-
time basis to serve as "public safe-
ty officers." These people would
make up the bulk of the forceI
and would probably have the mostI
cont ct with the. University com-
munity.
City Administrator Guy Lar-
com voiced strong disapproval to
Davids' plan, saying that it would
be "silly" to create a third police
force, in addition to existing city
and county forces.
According to Larcom. Davids'
plan would cost the University
and city more than the old ar-

rangement. Davids' projected bud-
get for a separate police force,
equipment, and facilities for the
next fiscal year amounts to well
over $1.6 million, an increase of
more than $500,000 over the
amount paid by the University to
the city for police and fire pro-
tection last year.
In a report to city council, Lar-
com presented an alternative plan
for the establishment of a sepa-
rate precinct of the city police
which would include only the Uni-
versity. According to Larcom this
would save both University and
city money. But under this plan,
the University would still be pay-
ing the city for police protection,
which University officials have in-
dicated they are unwilling to do.
Vice President and chief Finan-
cial Officer Wilbur Pierpont and
Larcom are currently negotiating
on the matter. It is unclear when
action will be taken by the Re-
gents.
There are no plans at present
for the formation of a separate
University fire department.

By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN
Special To The Daily
LOS ANGELES-An injunction
which would set aside three min-
utes of the Rose Bowl game's half-
time for an antiwar presentation
was denied last Dec. 31. the dayj
before the game, by Los Angeles
Superior Court Judge Robert
Wenke.
Student Government Council
President Rebecca Schenk, '73,
and Council member at large Joel
Silverstein, '72, filed civil suit Dec.
29 against President Robben
Fleming, Athletic Director Don
Canham, marching band Director
George Cavender and Vice Presi-
dent for University Relations Mi-
chael Radock. The suit was filed,
according to Schenk and Silver-
stein, following repeated attempts,
while in California, to discuss the
halftime program with the ad-
ministrators later named as de-,
fendants in the suit.
SGC became involved in the
haiftime cnntroversv when Dave

Gordon, representing the Ann Ar-
bor Coalition to End the War,
brought to Council a proposal for;
an antiwar show similar, to one!
performed at the Homecoming
game against Indiana last Oct. 30.
Gordon had been instrumental ini
arranging the presentation at the
Indiana game.
At their meeting last Dec. 2,
SGC endorsed the antiwar theme
for a halftime program-to con-
stitute just part of the Univer-
sity's halftime show-as they had
endorsed the homecoming theme.
Schenk mandated Silverstein to
investigate the possibilities of 'an
anti-war halftime, she said, be-
cause she could not go to Califor-
nia early enough. Locally, Silver-
stein said, University adminis-

said, " h y shou d have acted.
Th.: y d dn't tak, the niatiV un-
til the iral morn nt."
Fleming said he opposed th
antiwar program because it would
be presented to an "audienc
gathered ior a quite different pur-
pose."
Attorney for the plaintiffs, Ab-
raham Lincoin Wirin. who has ar-
gued more cas s before the Su-
preme Court than any but govern-
ment lawyers, charged in his final
argument that the University's

half_ d"e
zi : ; 0 C l/t a zeeling of
In i g in : < 11l'fil curtain country."
W 'n ca d &. Univrsity's posi-
tion "d mnant rigid, immovable,"
adding .hat it r udend the SGC
consiiut on "just a sheet of pa-
p r, not a n jag t': aiy.
In ren' -inW his dCCsion. Judge
W'. nk sF;id: "This zmaning half-
tim is an official University
function. Srudents, "he went on,"
domft hav the right to control this
time any more than they havea
right to conti'ol cass time."

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Upon arriving here, Gordon dis-
cussed the halftime controversy C
with the Los Angeles American pl
Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) af-
filiate, which represented SGC in t
court. ACLU representatives called A
the Rose Bowl Committee, and, A
according to Silverstein, were told In
that the committee would not in- ca
terfere with the University's t
choice of a halftime program.
Silverstein told The Daily that p
he left "numerous" messages for v
both Radock and Cavender, nei-
ther of whom replied..b
Yet: in court Wenke charged a
w
that SGC "was derelict" in notw
resolving the matter earlier. "If
that body wanted to petition, he-
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