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Sunday, December 1 2, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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Coming JANUARY 29
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7I h following school will send rep-
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Regents to open session
to public for first time
(,Continued from Page 1) continue to do So."
ently will not deal with the issue Lindemer said there were times
until some sort of study is made when open discussion was "coun-
of proprietary research. The reso- terproductive" and said he was op-
lution makes no mention of the posed to outsiders in such in-
proprietary research issue. stances.
The Regents will also hear a re- However, he said that he was
port on the Pilot Program's pass- !in favor of open meetings in situ-
no: record system of grading, in ations involving final decisionts or'
which a course not passed by a in instances where the Regents

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Kennedy says he foresees no re-, James VS
sistance from the Regents to open-'favor of
ing more of their meetings. How- "T thi
ever, Regent Lawrence Lindemer said Iasi
(R- L an si ng) indicated he is cussing
against the further opening of forward
;meetings. ing more
"There will be a time that we're Water
going to have to talk privately," about tb
he said last night. "We've alwaysI that it
had some closed meetings and willI sooner."

outside opinions.
te other hand, Regent'
Waters (D-Muskegon) is in
fopening more meetings.
ink it's a good idea," he
:night. "We've been dis-
it and I think we'll move
in the direction of open-
,e meetings."
rs said his only regret
.is month's open session is
"shduld have happened

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