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Page Seven

Wednesday, March 1, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 1, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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'U' INCENSED
Wave of arson augments campus concern

Judge directs
UPHA talks

MICHIGAN UNION
OPEN p.m. Sun.-Thurs.
Sp.m.-1 o.an. Fri. & Sat.

IN CASE YOU MISSED US IN BERLIN:

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destroying over a hundred books
and a fire in the Michigan Union
which burned several vending
machines.
A fire set in West Quad was
"three minutes away from being
a major disaster," according to
officials.
Early yesterday morning, a fire
was discovered in the entrance of
Alpha Xi Delta' sorority, which
caused $5,000 worth of damages.
According to Feldkamp, "only
good fire doors prevented a very
major fire."
Police are currently investigat-
ing the blaze, and have thus far
declined to comment on possibili-
ties of arson.
University officials are especially
concerned over student responsive-
ness to fire alarms. False alarms
in the past, especially in dormi-
tories, have compounded the prob-
lem of raising student awareness
of the severity of the arsons. Stu-
dents have been reluctant to eva-
cuate buildings in real emergen-
cies, thinking them to be just
another prank.
Last year, a series of crank'
fire alarms caused, annoyed stu-
dents to disconnect fire alarms in
several West Quad corridors. One
such incident resulted in the mal-I

functioning of fire alarms for two
entire houses of the residence hall.!
Students have also reported fire
extinguishers on some dormitory
corridors being empty. Several cor-
ridors tin West Quad had empty
extinguishers all last year, as a,
result of student pranks.

can be evacuated.
Markley Hall has thus far es-
caped the fires, but nonetheless
has instituted hall patrols to
search for possible arsons. In ad-
dition, residents ,of the dorm all
have special magnetic cards which
allow them to enter after the dorm

been no special precautions taken
by the dorm.
Both Betsy Barbour and Helen
Newberry Halls have instituted
student patrols on duty from 11
pm. to 7 a.m. According to Bar-
bour Resident Director Rosalyn
Nixon. students are satisfitd with

South Quad, the site of several is locked at 11 p.m. the new security precautions
arsons, has posted 24-hour guards However, Markley st u d e n t s "The women were quite anxious
at all entrances. Only South Quad claim that almost anyone can gain after the fire in Betsy Barbour,"
residents and their guests are per- admittance simply by knocking on Nixon reports, "but I think every-
iitted to enter the building at the door. thing's going to be O.K."
mind te trAlice Lloyd Hall has locked the In Stockwell Hall, the doors are
any time. dorm's side doors, although the now locked at all times. Each hall
However, South Quad is the only main doors remain open. Student resident also has a key to the
dormitory on campus with an "in- "Rat Patrols" monitor the halls main doors
direct" fire alarm system. In each night from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m Stockwell Building Director Rich
other residence halls, and Univer- to watch for any possible fires Thompson explains the move. "I'd
sity buildings, fire alarms are The decision to keep the front rather have the doors locked than
located on each corridor and when doors unlocked was made, accord- guards," he said. He says he had
pulled, sound a general fire alarm ing to one Lloyd resident, because received "generally good" reaction
to. evacuate the building. But in "there has to be some trust." on the move.
South Quad, any person wishing East Quad, home of the Resi-I Bursley Hall, thus far the site
to report a fire must dial a spe- dential College, has not yet been of only a very small blaze; has also
cial number, and then the alarm hit by arson attempts. There have instituted student hall patrols.
is triggered.

The early morning walk-out
last Wednesday came in the
wake of CPHA management's
refusal to negotiate such ques-
tions as higher salaries and bet-
ter working conditions. CPHA
also opposed Local 157's request
for a "union shop" designation,
which would require all non-pro-
fessional CPHA workers to join
the local.
According to union spokesman
Michael Shapiro. "96 per cent of
the union's members have shown
a preference for a union or closed
shop. Last fall, he said, approxi-
mately 60 per cent of the CPHA's
non-professional keypunch oper-
ators, and mailroom and clerical
workers had voted in favor of the
union.
"This would invalidate its (man-
agement) claim that the union
shop would restrict freedom of

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there, and they have been
to keep order," he said.

able

According to South Quad Build-
ing Director William Ennen, the
switch from a direct to an indi-
rect system was made because of
repeated acts of vandalism and
false alarms. However, some resi-
dents are unsatisfied with the sys-
tem, claiming it causes dangerous
delays between the time a fire is
sighted and the time the building

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN choice." he said
CPHA Employe Relations offi-
:::«,,::::vrir::v::::; Y:" .::. "";:.r ::;"7: .. ..........cial Jane W ilkens said that the
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The Prosecutor-Can His Work Be
Socially Constructive?
A Controversial Discussion with
Ward Chapman
Chief, Trial lawyer,
Genesee County Prosecutor's Office
Today-law Club Lounge
4:15 P.M.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an darvard Med. Sch., "New Modes of
official publication of the Univer- rtelping: Widows-to-Widows, Mothers-
sity of "ichigan. Notices should be o-Mothers," 2065 Frieze Bldg., 2 p.m.
sent i TYP-WRITTEN FORM to ( Zoology Lecture: H. Padykula, "Cel-
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of Ilular Mechanisms Involved in Uterine
the day ptreceding publication and Re-Modeling in Polyestrous Mammals,"
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and 1400 Chem. Bldg.. 4 p.m.
'Sunday. Items appear once only.
Student organization notices are Mathematics: M. Kac. Rockefeller
not accepted for publication. For Inst., "Eigenvalues, Pure and jNot So
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 Pure," Aud. D, Angell Hall, 4 p.m.
Botany Seminar: J. Doyle, "Evolution
Day Calendar in Early Cretaceous Angiosperm Pollen
and Leaves," 1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg.,
Physics Discussion: I. Herbst, "Dual- p.m.
ity and the' Lorentz Group," 2038 Ran- Physics Colloquium: P. Rice, Bell
dall, 11 a.m. Labs, "Condensation of High Density;
Anatomy Lecture: S. Han, "Effects Excitons in Germanium," P&A Colloq.
of Urostaglandin in E2 on Murin Rm., 4 p.m.
Ovary." 4804 Med. Sci. II, 1:10 p.m. Hsoyo r:A on.Ui.o
Social Work Lecture: P. Silverman, History of Art: A. Young; Univ. of
Glasgow, Scotland, "Charlies Rennie

that "no one should have to be
Dart of the union to work at
CPHA." She added that the vote
in favor of the union had been
approximately 53 per cent.

Shapiro charged that CPHA has
assigned its approximately 120
professional workers - such as
computer programmers -to fill
in for the striking union members.
"These people are doing our
work. More professionals have
been hired recently for the same
purpose," he said.
In response to the charge of
"scabbing," Wilkins said only that
"we're working to cover all of the
jobs."
"We're a small non-profit group
up against a large union (UAW),"
she said. "We feel that our serv-
ice to hospitals should not be Im-
paireddbecause of the walk-out"
she added.

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Mackintosh and the Scottish Fin de
Siecle," Aud. B. Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Speech Dept. Performance: Holberg's
"Jeppe of the Hill." and Platus's
'Rope," Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg.,3
4:10 p.m.
Computing Ctr: "The MTS Command
Language and Running of Timeshared
Jobs," Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30 p.m.
Inst. of Gerontology: J. Leff. Elder
Affairs, "State Activist Role in Advo-

cacy for the Aging," Lecture Rm. 1, Wilkins said that the dispute
Modern Lang. Bldg.. 7:30 p.m.
Cont. Educ. of Women and Dance between management and labor
Prog.: S. Cohen, founder/editor Dance
Perspectives, "Woman as Artistic Inno- arose primarily from differet
vator: The Case of the Choreographer," conceptions of CPHA. "We're not
Rackham Amph., 8 p.m.
Afro-American and African Studies:- a factory, she explained. -B~ t
W. A. Rodney, Univ. of Dar-Es-Salaam, they're treating us as if we were'."
ranzania, "The Revolution in Tanzan--I
la," Lecture Rm. 2. Mod. Lang. Bldg.
8 p.m. to participate. Tickets: Maximum four
Grad Coffee Hour: East Conf. Rm., to each prospective graduate, distribut-
4th fl., Rackham, 8 p.m. ed Mon., Apr. 24, to Fri., May 5, at
Music School: Univ. Symphony Or- Diploma Office, 1518 LSA Bldg. Remaip-
.hestra, Hill Aud., 8 p.m. ing tickets will be distributed from
Musical Society: J. Bream, guitar and Crisler Arena ticke toffice after 915
cute. Power Ctr., 8 p.m. a.m., Sat., May 6. Academic costunft:
May be rented at Moe Sport Shop, 71
N. University Ave.; orders must be plac-
( re c1 Al' S ed between Mar. 15 and April 15. Grad.
v7y II1( 'OI CS uation Announcements, invitations,
etc.: Inquire at desk in first flbr
Spring Commencement Exercises, May ' lobby of LSA Bldg. Diplomas: 411
d. 1972: graduates assemble at 9:30 diplomas will be mailed about June 45
a.m.; procession enters at 10:00 a.m.; except those being returned to engros-
program begins at 10:30 a.m. ser for addition of honors or distinc-
Exercises will be held in Crisler tion; these will be mailed about July
Arena. Ali grads as of May 1972 eligible 15.
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