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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday. October 19, 1971

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Assembly OKs research policy

Kosygin left unhurt after
attack during Ottawa stay

(Continued from Page 1) research until each unit of the
In addition, Assembly yesterday University could guage the effect
for the first time, took formal ac- of such action.
tion to express concern for the In addition, several professors
welfare of those University em- addressed the meeting to express
ployes whose jobs may be endan- opposition to the new policy, fin-
gered by a ban on c 1 a s s i f i e d cluding Psych Prof. Ward Ed-
research-although the extent of wards, who suggested that Uni-
their commitment was not made versity Senate be asked to make
clear. the final decision on the classified
The faculty representative gave research proposal.
their approval to a resolution in- The Senate - comprised of all
troduced by Engin Prof. William University professors and some
Kerr which states that "it is the members of the University library
sense of the Assembly that any and research staffs-can override
burden that results from a change the action of Assembly, but ac-
in classified research policy be cording to Warren Norman, As-
borne generally by the University sembly chairman, it has never
community." done so in the past.
Assembly, however, did not spec-
--, +- _+-- Assembly's endorsement of the

Several weeks later, wide-
spread student opposition to clas-
sified and military research was
demonstrated when proposals to
end such research on campus
were approved by 5-3 margins in
student referenda.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Women's Advocate, Oct. 20, 8:00 PM
St. Andrew's Church, Corner of Divi-
sion and Lawrence. To discuss women's
liberation.

(Continued from Page 1)
Early yesterday police found a
package containing six sticks of
dynamite rigged as a bkmb on the
lawn of a private home ab ut five
blocks from the Soviet Embassy.
They took one man into custody
and were looking for at least one
more.

A police spokesman, asked if he
thought the dynamite was intended
for, the Soviet embassy, said: "No-
body would have a chance in hell
of getting near there, especially
this week." The device was re-
moved by an army bomb disposal
unit.

ALL WOMEN
Are Invited toAtedA
Organizational Meeting
WOMtEN'S CRISIS CENTER
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19
1510 SAB
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fy what they meant by a "bur-
den," nor did they propose any
plan for implementation of the
resolution. S A C U A was asked,
however, to investigate the matter
further and report back to Assem-
bly with recommendations.
At yesterday's meeting, a letter
from Engin Dean Gordon Van Wy-
len was read. It asked that As-
sembly defer action on classifiedl

new research policy follows by al-
most' eight months a series of
demonstrations against classified
and military research by students
and faculty members.
Last March a campaign against
such research included rallies,
mass meetings and a week-long
protest fast by some 60 faculty
members.

Women charge Daily
with sexism, may.*sue
(Continued from Page 1) purpose of the suit is not to deal
Other participants in the meet- directly with issues of community
ing criticized Sklar's planned court news coverage. These and other
action as "reformist," as not deal- 'spin-off' issues, she said, can be
ing with problems they saw in resolved later.
news coverage, and as "insensi- Commenting on the possible suit,
tive to the community." Daily Editor Robert Kraftowitz.
One woman argued, 'The suit said, "I think all members of the
seeks to place women in a power staff, both men and women, wouldi
position that men once had, and like to be made more aware of'
doesn't explore the power struc- what inequities there are, where
ture of The Daily itself. If women they arise from and how they can
at The Daily are insensitive to the be remedied.
needs of the community that also "Maybe the court suit is a good
has to be dealt with." way to get at the problem. I'm
Sklar said that "if you got more not sure it's the only way, but it's
women into the staff at higher worth looking into."
levels, you'd have a different Another meeting will be held
newspaper." Thursday to discuss the legal pro-
Relatively few women have held cedure involved in the class suit.
top positions on The Daily, includ- A class suit is a law suit in
ing Editor, Managing Editor and which a group of people represent-
Editorial Director and Executive ing themselves and other people
Editor. in a similar situation act as
Sklar further argued that the plaintiffs.
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