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Friday, September 10, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Friday, September 10, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

LOCAL RADICALS VICTORIOUS:.

it teachers to return
DAILY OFFICIAL
(Continued from Page 1) On the salary issue, AAEA rte- r

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kfkY V L i 1 AJ S..'U L'I L1IIM 11 J L ! IL V "U ficials yesterday to report to their
J classes today.
(Continued from Page 1) And Taube declared after the say the investigations have no le- The dispute between the teach-
of self-incrimination, his Fifth denial of the government's re- gal basis because the government A r represented byuct Associaion
Amendment right. quest that the move to seek im- is investigating no specific crime. (AAEA) - and the Ann Arbor
If the witnesses were granted munityawas designed to deprive In this case, subpeonaed acti- Board of Education has centered
immunity, and continued to refuse the grand jury witnesses of their vists have refused to cooperate around two major issues, class
to testify, they could have been - right to remain silent. with the government investigarion size and salary size.
charged with civil contempt and U.S. Attorney Ralph Guy said and are considering -.halleneging AAEA officials charged that
could have been jailed for the the government has not yet de- the constitutionality Mf the im- the schoolboard, by planning in-
duration of the grand jury. cided whether to appeal Kennedy's munity laws. creases in class sizes, is reducing
The seven witnesses have argued, decisions. But, he added, "Due to ----- - _--the quality of education in the
throughout the grand jury investi- the importance of the issue, it city.
gation that the investigation was would be the probability that thee Board officials on the other
based on evidence gathered by government would seek an appel- ahand stated that the small in-
electronic surveillance in violation late review of the judge's deci-. creases in class size they are plan-
of their constitutional rights under sion." ning "would make no difference"
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gotiators have accused the board
of "bad faith bargaining" by re-
fusing to acknowledge the exact
amount of money available for
salary increases.
The school administration de-
nies this. Supt. R. Bruce Mc-
Pherson said that all the money
available has been put on the ne-
gotiating table.

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Friday, September 10
Day Calendar
The Thomas M. Cooley Lectures:
"Regulating the Broadcaster," Louis
L. Jaffe, "Editorial Responsibility:
Fairness and Access," 100 Hutchins
Hall, 3:15 pm.
School of Music: Susan Nelson, sax-
ophone, Sch. of Music Recital Hall, 8
pm.

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the Fourth Amendment.

Register vote
(Continued from Page 1)
After filling out the forms,
workers told students where
they would vote. Strange places
like Jones or Burns Park
Schools then required further
directions from the helpful -
but harried-workers.
Some students, tired of
"nothing but long lines since
morning," decided to wait and
register later at City Hall. But
one girl said, "I think they'll
check more carefully there."
Most students did not claim
any particular political alle-
giance. They also weren't sure
what impact, if any, the stu-
dent vote would have on Ann
Arbor politics.
However, one girl said she
thought Ann Arbor would "pro-
bably go Democratic." And one
boy said, "It will screw up peo-
ple in the city." k
Registration, it seemed, was
the thing to do."

Kennedy turned down a govern-
ment offer to show her the total
transcript of the investigation "in
camera," meaning that only she,
and not the witnesses, wouldbe
allowed to review it.
Other alleged crimes under in-
vestigation cited in the govern-
ment's petition for immunity in-
cluded destruction of government
property, possession of unregister-
ed destructive devices, conspiracy,
and interstate transportation of
explosives by a person under in-
dictment.
The witnesses say the last
charge demonstrates a veil of
secrecy around this and similar
recent grand jury investigations
directed against anti-war activists,
because the government refuses to
say which of the seven witnesses
is under indictment.
Liberal and radical political ac-
tivists have charged that grand.
jury investigations into the anti-
war movement are "fishing ex-
peditions," designed to harrass
and cripple political dissent. They

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to tleC educatinal quity.

McGOVERN
FOR PRESIDENT
U-M Club Organizing Now
Phone Now for Information
769-1964, 764-8993 764-8706

Pending a final settlement International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym,. 8-il pm,
there will be no further strike General Notices
activity by the teachers, accord- Applications for LSA Scholarships
for Winter Term will be avail. Sept.
ing to an AAEA spokesman. 15; completed applics. due in 1220 An-
The 1,100 teachers had been on gell Hall by34:30 pm, Oct. 8; must have
at least 3.0 grade pt. av. in LSA;
s t r i k e since last Thursday (Continued on Page 12)
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