Saturday, March' 25, 1972
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, March 25, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Roth still to consider OPEN HOUSE:
Day care provides fun
desegregation plans and education for kids
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DETROIT-U.S. District Court President Nixon's request for leg-
Judge Stephen Roth has decided islation barring new busing for in-
to go ahead and consider desegre- tegration.
gation proposals for the Detroit A spokesman for, Judge Roth
metropolitan area, despite a Jus- said the judge was aware of the
tice Department request for a de- Justice Department petitions but
lay, a spokesman said yesterday. had not yet studied them when he
Hearings will begin next week ordered the metropolitan plan
on proposals to desegregate De- hearings to proceed.
troit .tarea schools by busing stu- No date has yet been set for
dents across district lines. hearings on the government mo-
S As the U.S. Justice Department tion. However, it does not appear
began moves to forestall any mas- that any final order by Judge Roth
sive busing order in Detroit, U.S. will come quickly.
District Judge Roth notified at- The court currently is consider-
torneys yesterday that hearings on ing eight different metropolitan
metropolitan area busing plans plans. Six were submitted by the;
would begin Tuesday. f State Board of Education at Judge
Judge Roth has issued a declara Roth's orders, one was prepared
tory'judgment that Detroit schools by the Detroit Board of Education;
tor jugmet tat etrit cholsand one by a private group called
are segregated de jure, or as a the y Commte r Ber
result of government action. How- Education.s
ever, he has not yet ordered any AThenNational Association for the
remeies.Advancement of Colored People,
Late Thursday, the Justice De- which brought the original deseg;'
partment filed motions asking the regation suit, also is expected to
judge to refrain from any orders file a cross-district busing plan ofr
pending congressional- action on its own.
SGC to consider election
charges at neetin m today
(Continued frofn Page 1) "It's hard
The center, located on Washte- ticipate as1
naw near South University, boasts to," says G
several distinguishing characteris- dergarten t
tics. day, so it'
It provides free bus transporta- Another
tion - with the bus provided by plains, ster
the University - taking a burden "everything
off parents. before the
The University's School of Edu- church can
cation also sends students on a '"There's
training program to aid regular children the
teachers. she says.
Hot breakfasts and lunches are More imp
part of the program for each child. problem. T
Although the center's organizers waiting list
are pleased with the program's the Foster
success, they point out certain funded by
problems - such as the difficulty cause of the
of getting necessary parent invol- Arbor may
vement. ial allotme
to get parents to par- when the police officers followed
much as we'd Ike them one of the deputies to an apart-
Gloria Williams, a kin- ment where a card game was in
eacher. "They work all progress.
s difficult." The three officers charged were
problem, Hunter e x - identified as James Harris, 26;
ms from the fact that Ronald Martin, 38, and Virgil
has to be cleaned up Starkey, 25.
weekends so that the Cahalan said his department's
use the same rooms." investigation indicated that none
no feeling among the of the five deputies involved in
NOON until THREE P.M.
Friday, March 31, 1972
120 . St.ate St.
Worshippers seated at
Under Auspices of the Washtenaw
County Council of Churches
SUNDAY, MARCH 26-1-5 p.m.
Ist Floor-MASON HALL
For All Faculty and Students interested
Live Presentation-"The Trial and Persecution of
Psychology Film Festival
The Great Rat Race
A CHANCE TO TALK WITH FACULTY
About Courses, Jobs, Graduate School,
Anything You Want to
TRY AND MAKE IT!
at this place is ours,"
portant is the financial
he center has a long
and fears a cut-off of
OEO. Moreover, be-
e tight city budget, Ann
provide smaller finanoc
nts in the future.
Council candidates fear
apathy as election nears
the incident appeared to be guil-
ty of a crime, and that some had
been beaten by police officers fol-
lowing the sh'ooting.
He said no warrants could be'
issued on the beatings because
none of those beaten could ider-
tify their assailants.
Carl Parsell, president of the
Detroit Police Officers Associa-
tion (DPOA), had anticipated the
In a statement issued before Ca-
halan announced his action, Par-
sell charged all DPOA member to
"remain calm in the face of this
"As every police officer knows.
we are constantly required to
make split-second decisions and
to instantly follow up those de-
cisions with police action, Parsel
"Every, day, police officers are
confronted with this type of situ-
ation. This is part of our daily
work routine," he said.
(Continued from Page l) Meanwhile, returns from the
"stuffed" by the Responsible Al- all-campus presidential preference
ternative Party, of which Taylor vote gave Senator George McGov-
is a member. ern a landslide victory, with Presi-
He also says he would have dent Nixon and Congresswoman
"donee extremely well" in South Shirley Chisholm (D-N.Y.) run-
Quad if more students had access ning a distant second and third.
to the second page of the ballot. McGovern, a South Dakota
Taylor has also called for a Democrat who is pinning his cam-
C&R ruling on his claim that the paign hopes on the Wisconsin pri-
contested seat on the Publications may, received a first-choice vote
Board must be filled by an un- total of 1667. That gave him a
dergraduate. more than 1,000-vote lead over
The Students' Tenants -Union, Nixon and Chisholm, who received
which had called Thursday night 592 and 538 respectively.
for all results to be voideda a Maine Senator Edmund Muskie.
new election held, yesterday MieSntrEmn uke
dropped that request "in the n who has at times been a shaky
drspedfthatrmenyuendt nihyinDemocratic presidential front-
terest of harmony and unity on runner, came in fourth in the
Members of GAIN and Integrity, campus balloting with 424 votes.
the two parties which had also
requested a new election, were
not available for comment yester-
day. A RT
Newly-elected'r SGC President
Bill Jacobs and other members of
his party, GROUP, expressed Banners, paintings, a
doubts yesterday as to the validity by faCulty and asso i
of the charges being brought be- b aut n SOi
fore C&R, describing the plain- OPEN DAILY FROM 4-8 P
tiffs as "sore losers".'
Jacobs said -that the ballots dis-
puted by Jay Hack "are so few
in :umber that they couldn't pos-
sibly affect thetfinal outcomes."
DAIL OFFICIAL I PREPARA
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"I say the same things before
community groups as I do in front
of students," DeGrieck explains,
"and I wear the same dungarees
and beard wherever I go."
Genie Plamondon, HRP's Third
Ward candidate, says she has also
tried to reach groups in her ward
which might not normally seem
part of her natural constituency.
For example, she has appeared be-
fore the local jaycees and has
gone to dinner at a number of
fraternities and sororities.
Raising money for the campaign'
effort is naturally a problem for
all parties, as big money is Just
not availablt for city council races.
Contributions/of over $50 are rare
and individual campaigns are gen-
erally run for under $2,000.
HRP fund-raising differs from
the two major parties in that it
is done largely on a party-wide
basis. "Most of the money we
get," one HRP official explains,
"is given directly to the party,
and we in turn, distribute it
among the wards on a priority
HRP officials say most of their
money has come from small con-
tributions, although some wealthy
former Democrats have given
them some larger contributions.
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A Contemporary morality play
based on Matthew 26.
Sunday, March 26-6 p.m.
Congressman Mary Esch
Council Candidate Bob Foster
Markley library-3:15 p.m.
Jordan Lobby-3:50 p.m.
Lloyd Red Carpet Lounge-4:25 p.m.
DISCUSS THE ISSUES
Vote HUMAN RIGHTS PARTY-Monday, April 3
MARCH ART FAIR
WHEN: Sunday, March 26, 12-6 P.M.
WHERE: Michigan Union Ballroom
WHAT: Artists Displaying and Selling Their Crafts
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ARTISTS: If you are interested in selling or displaying your-work at the March Art Fair,
stop in at room 240 Michigan Union or call 764-7404 for information and registration.
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"END OF THE DIALOGUE"
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game hen with wild rice
Saturday, April 1-chateau briand for two, reser-
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SALE ENDS SUNDAY!
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