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Friday, February i.0, 1 97 2

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page seven

Friday, February .3, 972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Major penal reforms proposed

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Governor William Milliken sent
to the legislature yesterday pro-'
posals which call for substanta-
tive reform of the state penal sys-
tem.
A major section of the Gover-
itor's message recommended that
community programs be estab-
lished to handle the "non-dangerous
convict' including community ser-
vice agencies, "small resident
homes," and YMCA's.

The governor asked that a pre-
sentence diagnosis facility be set
up to 'determine which convicts
are "dangerous," and therefore
should go to prison, and which
should be put on probition or plac-
ed in a community program. Mil-
liken saw this classification pro-
cess as a possible money-saver for
the state.
In his message, Milliken also
said the state should have a spec-

v i l 1Ji~l 9. i1 FRIDY, FEBRUARY -8. Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.j
JV Wrestling: Michigan vs. Central
Day Calendar Michigan. Crisler Arena. 5:30 pm.
ial women's prison, instead of Wrestling: Michigan vs. Wisconsin,
placing women in the Detroit Regents' Public Session: Regents' Crisler Arena, 7:30 pm.
House of Correction. Rm. 1st fl, Admin. Bldg., 11 am. Hockey: Michigan vs. Wisconsin,
The essge clle forthe Sociology Colloquium: Arthur Stinch- Coliseum, 8 pm.
The message called for the combe, Berkeley, "A Perspective on International Folk Dance: Barbour
break up of "older, larger institu- Ecological Analysis." Rackham Amph. Gym. 8 pm.
tions." The "oversized Southern (Rin. 4000), 4 pm. University Players: Ionesco's "Victims;
Michigan Prison.is deadly," Mil- Mathematics Lecture: J. Meyer, of Duty," and Genet's "The Maids,"
likenesid and prisoners frequent- "Automata Theory and Reliable Sys- Lydia Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
line,- aidand rislrirs fequnt-tems," 3209 Angell ball, 4 pm.
ly leave this institution "worse Astronomy Colloq.: E. Olsen, "Studies Office of Religious Affairs: A. Walsh,
off than when they entered." of the Flux and Linear Polarization u Boston U. "Women in Resistance"
Extra Galactic Sources at 8 GHz," P&aA Aud. D, Angela Hall, 8 pm.

General Notices
Environmental Health Seminar: I TER
Higgins, "The Role of Occupation% UN
Chronic Respiratory Disease," Sch. of,
Public I$lth.-I1: Aud., Mon., Feb. 21, 1
#pm. "
IaAttention Students: Feb. 25, 5 pm. is "We. V
last date for Winter Term when Regis-
trar's Office will allow refund for a
50 per cent withdrawal.
295 HL
Organization Notices 295oH
Gay Liberation Coffee House. Feb. Boston
18. 7:00 PM, Canterbury.,7
Robert F. Williams Defense Fund., ~
Feb. 21, 8:00 PM, basement in Lane
Hall.
SHOP TONIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P.M.

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Neses: Viewing sex
bias with male eyes

(Continued from Page 1) secrecy, and the lack of role
In 1970, HEW withheld some $2 models for women in administra-
million in federal contracts from tive and executive positions.
the University until it came up Ness remains pessimistic about
4 with an acceptable affirmative the chances of improving the situ-
action plan to end sex discrimina- ation.
finn in its hiring Uractices "We could get 30 or 40 per cent

Studies of population growth and
economi development first ac-
quainted Ness with the reality of!
-sex discrbmination.
To him, it seemed apparent that
technologocial breakthroughs and
an elite awareness of the problem
would "force society -to provide
economic roles for women other
than housewife-slaves."
Membership on the commission
has merely sharpened his concern,
as he gyt a chance. to view more
closely how the University dis-
criMinates.
He criticizes the low quotas set
for the admission of women in the
law and medical schools, hiring
practices which exclude women
because they are shrouded in

women enrollment in the law
school.' That could be done very
easily. But we're not going to get
that," he says.
The patterns of change will be
difficult and slow, according to
Ness. Currently, he says, the only
hope women have is in HEW and
a new state Fair Employment
Practices law which, for the first
time, includes professional groups.
"No one knows how this will
work/out," he adds. "It took many
court cases to establish the law
f or manual employment groups.
The cycle will begin again."
Daily ClassifiedsI
Bring Results"

The plan would renovate the
state's three maximum security;
institutions to reduce population'
as well as providing better educa-
tion and living conditions
The governor said he will name
a committee on corrections in-
cluding state 'officials, business
and labor leaders, " and possibly
former inmates to look into future
possible actions.
The proposals stressed job train-
ing of prison inmates as well as
removing legal obstacles to em-
ployment of convicts in as many
trades as possible.
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