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Wednesday, September 22, 1971


Pc~rqe Nin~e

Wednesday1 September 22, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

COCKREL SPEECH: Protesters to gather in.
Students asked to attend protest Detroit for Nixon visit

Research Policy Commitee gives report

in Detroit against recent deaths

(Continued from Page 1)
In preparation for the visit-the
first by a President to Detroitj
since the August 1968 appearance;
of President Johnson at a Veterans
of Foreign Wars convention-over
60 rooms in the Sheraton Cadillac
hotel have been taken over by theI

Additionally, rooms at the Met-I
ropolitan Airport Hotel are also
reportedly being o c c u p i e d by
agents of the secret service.
T h o u g h Michigan's dominant
labor organization, the United
Auto Workers union (UAW) decided
j Monday night not to support the

(Cont"nuedfrom Page7
tories engaged in classified re-
search prepare annually for the
Classified Research Committee
a definitive statement outlining
the objective and goals of the
laboratory with regard to its
classified and unclassified re-
search activities and, endeav-
oring . . . to put the classified
research program objectives in

context of the laboratory's en-
tire research program.
The Committee recommends
that in the event the Classified
Research Committee is unable
to provide the Vice-President for
Research a favorable or un-
favorable recommendation on a
particular classified proposal
and the proposal is forewarded
to a proposed sponsor by the

Vice-President, that this f a c t
be reported to Senate Assembly
by the Vice-President for Re-
(The committee's final ap-
proval was that procedures be
set up for summary statements
of non-classified projects and
review of any non-classified
project that might violate Uni-
versity policies.)

Ken Cockrel, a member of
the Black Workers Congress, '
called for the students of
Michigan to shut down the
Black Studies Program tomor-
row in sympathy for a protest
march being held in Detroit.
about 200 in Rackham Aud. last
night, C oc k r e1 asked that all
students involved in the B la c k
Studies Program stay away from
classes tomorrow and attend the
Detroit march. The march is being
held, according to Cockrel, to pro-
test the license to kill of the white,
para-militaristic organizations."
Cockrel also called for an alter-
ation of the Black Studies Pro-
grams at all universities away
from a "historical approach" to
Black Studies. Instead, he said,
the program should include a
"scientific study of the basis of
how this country is organized."
Only through a scientific study
of the enemy-the capitalist sys-
tem-can black people and revo-
lutionaries discover how to over-
throw that system, he explained.
Cockrel said that black people
are being miseducated concerning
the revolution on two fronts. The
first of these fronts is the Univer-
sities and school systems which
tend to teach only the causes of
black problems and not the solu-
The second front is misguided
reactionaries who preach "incor -
rect paths of struggle".
The primary aim of all black
organizations, he added, is "at-
tempting to engage in a struggle
with one objective-the defeat of
what we define as a personal
enemy to all people who are strug-
gling. That enemy is imperialism."
Cockrel also charged that the
United States Government is guil-
ty of condoning the present day:
"capitalist - imperalistic" society.
which he defines as a social or-
ganization "where all the means
of control are in the hands of a
very, very small percentage of the


Secret Service, White House aides ; AFL-CIO call for demonstrations,
and communications specialists support for the picket grew last
from the Army Signal Corps. night when top Michigan Demo-
crats joined the AFL-CIO in blast-
ing the wage-price freeze as unfair
Trotter center toAporker.ss conference attended rGM A PH I
Sby Secretary of State Richard Aus- A
to open tis1 faftin, former Detroit Mayor Jerome
P. Cavanagh and 1970 guberna- & Would Like to Meet You
Continued from Page 1 i torial candidate Sander M. Levin,
bidding funding would pass at this state Democratic vice chairman So Come on Over and See
time." Kenneth N. Hylton said that "Pres-
The activities of the Trotter ident Nixon would be welcomedW tWe're Like
House will be decided by a board more warmly in Detroit this Thurs-
of directors, to be composed most-i day if he were to bring with him
ly of students with some faculty a plan designed to help the ma- W VE ID INESDAY Yand ]FIH iILIRSDY
and staff. The first activity pro- jority of Americans, not just a
posed is a career planning work- few."
shop, organized by black students Nixon's economic program, said September 23 and 24
employes of the University's place- Hylton, "demands continuing sac-
ment services office rifices from consumers, wage earn- 1520 S. U iversity
The three story house at 1020 ers and our six million jobless
South University is named for the while rewarding businessmen with 761-1520
editor of the first black civil generous tax benefits and tveedom:
rights newspaper, the B o s t o n to maintain and increase profits
Guardian, and founder of the Na- and dividends."
tional Equal Rights League.d es. grOp4 of irls liing together because they
Donations from students and x They all called for a "fairer" ike to do things together.
fund raising activities will sus- method to solve the nation's eco-le to do thins tour then,
tain the house's funding. nomic ills htt .
--_-_UOpposing the demnstraytorda, -r-
UAW spokesman said yesterday, - --___


* 1"We believe there are more effec.
N igiht O wlbus tive and productive ways to oppose
Mr. Nixon's economic game plan
discontinued than to picket Cobo Hall."
The UAW left the AFL-CIO in
(Continued from Page 1) 1968.
is the University's reason for de- Locally, plans for the Nixon
ciding to discontinue operation. demonstration are to be laid at an
The Night Owl first flew across , open meeting tonight at 7:30 on
the darkened campus during an in- the second floor of the SAB.
crease in security programs two
yeas ao fte a eres f Ui- Norman McKay of the Detroit
years ago after a series of Uni- council AFL-CIO will address the
versity-area murders.metgacdngtasokmn
Figures quoted for the first three meeting, according to a spokesman
months of 1970 showed the rider- for the Ann Arbor Nixon Demon-
ship to be: for Jan., 4,900; for Feb., stration Coalition.
7,300; and for Mar., 5,800. For the
same three months in 1971 the
figures are: for Jan., 1,200; for -Saturday-
Feb., 2,900; and for Mar., 2,200.
The bus service last year cost Sept. 25
the University about $12.000, which
went to the AATA at the rate of See Youa Mao
$10 an hour.


Use Daily Cicssifieds


the Peace-of-Mind Supplement

-Daily-Denny Gainer

,Ken Cockrel

Committee seeks limited
research policy changes

(Continued from Page 1)
be revised as projects came up forj
Though committee members,
have hesitated to comment ony
contents of their report before As-
sembly discusses -it, members ap-
parently sought to avoid recurrent
discrepancies between researchers'
pre-proposal summaries - which3
contain plans and aims for pro-
posed projects - and the final
"work statement" - the sponsors'
description of what the project was
actually used for. The report
".. . study revealed, however,
that the 'summary of the pro-
posal' as prepared by the appli-
cant-researcher and presented in;
the Pre-proposal Summary Form
did not appear always to convey
adequately the desires of the
sponsor .-.
"Conceivably, the additional,
more .detailed information (of the
'work statement') might have al-
tered the decision of CRC."
Recognizing the "difficulties" in
making the accompanying "moral"'
judgments, the report emphasizes
that "revision in operational pro-
cedure rather than in policies will
likely be more successful in pre-
venting research which is unac-
ceptable for the University."
In general, the report advises
that policies, now applicable only
to classified research, be applied
to all University research.
Proposed in the continued CRC
"project by project" review of
classified research are several oth-
er recommendations for alleviating
recent point of criticism.
One such sore point is the ac-
tual benefit to the University of
Willow Run Laboratories -where
most of the University's classified
defense research is carried out.
At Willow Run, the report points
out, educational "resources" are
"less available" to the University
as a whole than at other Uni-
versity laboratories, where there
is also a larger involvement of stu-
dents in research projects.
The report asks a study of Wil-
low Run's "location and adminis-

trative structure" to "the mutual
advantage of the Laboratories and
the University."
Further, the 11-page report calls
for yearly detailed reviews of in-
dividual research laboratories' ob-
jectives, to be done by the labora-
tories themselves and to be sub-
mitted to CRC.

The o f f i c i a 1 sponsor of the The woodrow wuson Natonal
Detroit march is the "State of Fellowship Foundation has a n -
Emergency Committee" which is nounced seven Woodrow Wilson
composed of the Black Workers Fellows who will pursue t h e i r
Congress, the Wolverine Bar As- graduate study at the University.
sociation, and other black organi- The Foundation this year s e -
zations, and has affiliations with lected only 305 students f r o m
organizations such as the National over 10,000 candidates who were
Association for the Advancement ! nominated and has called t h e
of Colored People and the Repub- group "the most carefully celect-
lic of New Africa. ed in the history of the program."
mti~ 1(]l1_r9 l~nnrntyZ~tilcn

the first and latest films by
Dziga-Vertov collective of God-
ard and Jean - Pierre Gorin.
"Pravda is Godard's best and
clearest film."-Village. Voice
double-bills 7 & 9 p.m.
$1.50 ARM/UM Film Society

Another proposal is that in the The march is being held to pro-
case of a failure of CRC to agree test the "murders" of a number of
on proposals, this fact would beb-l
reported to Assembly rather than black people including the black
be given administrative approval prisoners killed at Attica, George
without consent, as has happened of two young blackrteen-agers by
in the past. police last Friday.
Though all 14 members - threepTheprstra.a
graduate students and 11 faculty The protest march begins at 12
members - of the Research Poli- noon in Cass Park in downtown
cies Committee signed the report, Detroit and will march to the
three addenda follow it, explaining Kennedy Square area.
minority views on the committee.
One, signed by four members,
objects to any restrictions on fac-
ulty research as "moral censor-
ship." The other two advise
stronger controls on classified re-
search, more provisions for access
to proposed contracts and stress
the undesirability of submitting
contracts which are not first ap-
proved by CRC.

The 1971-72 Woodrow wison
Fellows attending the University
and their fields of study are: Bro-
ther Anthony Cavet, linguistics
(elected 1970); Rebecca J. Court.
English: Alan W. Milsap, Ro-
mance languages and 1iterature;i
Thomas G. Ricketts, philosophy;
Mrs. Joanna E. Shiller, sociology
(elected 1968): Ann E. Sloan, psy-
chology; and Linda V. Pound,


Name one


kT M

The Research and Policies Com-
mittee is predominately compris-
ed of engineers and scientists.
Sept. 24
Jefferson Airplane
Eldridge Cleaver
Tonm Hayden
in a "f iction - documentary of
the New American Revolution."
1 p.m.
ARM/Michigan Film Society
1st Presbyterian Church
1432 Woshtenw (off S. Univ.)
7:30 & 9:15-$1.25



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