THE MICHIGAN DAILY
baturday, December 4 1971
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY 5aturday, December 4, 1971
FGCegBIAS PLAN HIT
Flint SGC unrelenting Women applaud complaint
on trek to Rose Bowl eContinued fromplnt
rmpage p 1 a 1 t yesterday, Commission
the position "without consulting members criticized many aspects
By KAREN TINKLENBERG tion in an effort to "shock students with or informing the commis- of the affirmative action plan.
Members of Student Government out of their apathy toward student sion." "I think it's clear the Univer-
Council at the University's Flint government." Some members said the ACE sity has changed its position on
campus voted 9-8 yesterday against Hoort added that the trip can- committee, which consists of five payment of back pay to women
rescinding an earlier motion to not be made because it violates a University presidents would only who have been discriminated
send themselves to the Rose Bowl section of the student code. The act as a conservative lobbying against," said Virginia Davis Nor-
with student funds. code prevents SGC members from, group. It would be better, one din, commission chairwoman. "The
Yesterday's vote was the sec- I spending student funds on them-I member said, for more women to University's been judging cases at
ond time members of SGC voted selves. be included on the committee, its own time and convenience."
against rescinding their original Paul Des Jardin, president of the PROBE has called for Fleming's The commission, expressing dis-
motion, passed Tuesday, which al- student judiciary, has said he may immediate resignation from the satisfaction with the file review
located $4000-nearly half the funds issue an injunction delaying fur- committee and has asked that he procedure, also voted to do away
in the treasury-to pay for official ther plans until a decision has make a public apology to the wo- with the cut-off point for file re-
University Rose Bowl tours for the been made. ,men of the state. view cases. Formerly cases were
20 members of the council. The cost for the trip now is un- Fleming said he had not expect- only reviewed when a woman's
When students put pressure on certain, as less and less of theI ed such reaction to his appoint- current salary was more than ten
council members a new meeting SGC members plan to go. Though I ment. He described the position per cent below the mean salary for
was called Wednesday and the is- Hoort says 18 council members as "discussing with the Secretary males in the same job classifica-
sue was again defeated, 13-7. have signed up for the trip, Blount (of HEW) the problems involved tion. Now any discrepancy will be
Several hundred students have said he believes the number has ionadministei ng affirmative a- review first of the year the
since signed petitions demanding a changed with the number of coun- Meanwhile, women from across commission will finish an evalua-
referendum vote on the issue. The cil members voting to rescind the the country met last night in tion of its responsibilities and
student judiciary council will meet motion. thI onr e ls ih ntino t;eposblte n
sfdhyrimgmoWashington to discuss HEW's pol- structure. Members expressed the
today to hear student protests. Sheryl McKenzie, secretary of icies to end sex discrimination in view yesterday that, as volunteer
Yesterday's vote case as a sur- SGC, said many s t u d e n t s who hiring. Ann Arbor representative workers, the commission should
prise after SGC officials, including: voted in favor of the motion now Jean King said, "In seven days it not have to "solve the adminis-
President Ed Hoort. said members do not plan to go on student money. will be a year since $3.5 million tration's problems.
never intended to make the trip Many are planning to make the were withheld by HEW from'the Some said that instead the com-
and only passed the original mo- trip with their own funds, she said. University. Since then all there's mission should assume a more
been is a lot of wheel spinning." critical stance in regard to the
In discussing the PROBE com- affirmative action program.
Continued from page I}
atmosphere of RC as a major in-
fluence on these students.
With the apparent success of the
established program, planners of
the RC look .toward future chang-
es to keep the experimental at-
Control of the RC will remain
with the Representative Assem-
bly, a body composed of one-half
students and one-half faculty.
Changes of curriculum, admis-f
sions and degree policy must be
approved by this body and may
originate from it as well.
In addition, the college plans
to loosen the admittance policy.
The now random cross-section of
the literary college student body,
would be abandoned in favor of
One benefit which might be de-
rived from this would concern
academically deprived blacks to
whom the freedom of the RC at-
mosphere may be particularly
suitable, Wunsch said.
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iNorman to remain at post
(Continued from page 1) The committee, however, recom-
Norman does not wish to remain mended that the role of the vice
any longer at the post, Fleming president for research be not only
said, but has consented to stay un- continued, but increased.
til a successor can be found. Flem- Recently, though, Fleming said,
ing added that Norman would not "A recommendation based on the
be asked to stay very long, "cer- Overberger report will be made to
tainly not after the end of the the Regentsfor action inDecem-
(winter? term." ber. Since there appears to be no
Norman announced last June disagreement as to the continu-
that he would leave the vice presi- ing need for such an office, the
dency on Dec. 31. Fleming then recommendation to the Regents:
appointed a six-man faculty com- will endorse that concept."
mittee headed by chemistry Prof. Also, Fleming said that when theI
Charles Overberger to analyze the list of possible appointees is re-
duties of the office prior to. the
choice of a successor. duced to around six, the Senate
According to sources, Fleming 3 Advisory Committee on University
was then uncertain whether the Affairs will be asked to comment
vice-presidency s h o u 1 d continue.' on them.
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