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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 12, 197r

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POLICY SET:.
Public barred from
'U ' b r.
'U'budget imeeting
By MARK JILLEN
The University committee charged with soliciting input
Into the University's budget decisions has established a policy
of keeping all or part of its meetings closed to the public.
The policy was reported by Vice President for Academic
Affairs Allan Smith, a member of the committee, to two
Daily reporters seeking entrance to the meeting.
Citing "confidential material" as the reason for the closed
meeting, the eight members of the Committee on Resources
Allocation later declined to discuss the specific topics dis-
cussed during their afternoon session.
However, committee member social work Prof. Rosemary
Sarri described the meeting as an "information session"
" where administration mem-

Student charged with violation
of Regents' disciplinary rules

(Continued from page 1)
monstration, is being charged with
assault.
Downing's charge did not spec-
ify which of the six rules was pre-
sumably broken by. Eustis, and, ac-
cording to regental procedure,
Christensen will determine that.
Downing could not be reached
for comment last night.
The interim rules forbid "the
use of force or violence" against
members or guests of the Univer-
sity community, "interference by
force, threat, or duress with t h e
freedom of movement" of members
or guests of the University, dis-
ruption of a class, disruption or

interruption of a duly authorized
University activity, occupation of
a University facility after being
ordered to leave by the President
or his designee, and defacement or
damage to University property.
According to Christensen, the
charge was filed with Alfred Suss-
man, acting dean of the literary
college, who turned it over to
Christensen in accordance with
the interim rules procedure.
Christensen now has 30 days
from the time the complaint was
filed, March 5, to determine whe-
ther or not to continue action
against Eustis and to prepare to
serve a complaint on Eustis.

If a complaint is issued, Presi-
dent Robben Fleming will appoint
a hearing officer who will judge
the case and impose sanctions if
the accused person is found guilty.
Possible sanctions include pro-
bation, suspension and expulsion
as well as lesser punishments.
Eustis, since he has a civil case
pending involving the same action
for which the interim rules charge
was issued, is permitted to ask
for postponement of the interim
rules caseeuntil after the civil
case has been decided.
However, if he is convicted in
the civil case, he is ineligible to re-
gister at the University until Uni-
versity charges have been decided.
Contacted last night, Eustis said
that he and his lawyers have not
decided whether to ask for the
postponement.

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Please stop in so that we can answer any questions you may have.
With love,
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Research
protest
plans set
(Continued from page 1)
"guided tour" of North Campus
research facilities was defeated
after it was pointed out that a
similar "tour" last year was barred
from the facilities and others ex-
pressed the fear that there would
not be sufficient people on North
Campus to offer support to any
confrontation which might.occur.
The group also defeated a pro-
posal to confront Vice-President
for Research A. Geoffrey Norman,
President Robben Fleming, Vice-
President for Academic Affairs
Allan Smith and the Classified Re-
search Committee with a list of
demands.
About 80 people came to a noon
rally in the Fishbowl, to demon-
strate their support for those fast-
ing yesterday, and to ask questions
of Michael Knox, one of three stu-
dent members on the senate As-
sembly Committee on Classified
Research.
A letter written by Knox Feb. 12
was instrumental in starting the
current research controversy. The
letter, sent to Senate Assembly
Chairman Gerhard Weinberg was
highly critical of the University's
role in developing weapons sys-
tems.
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bers could inform others of
possible strategies for dealing
with the University's current
financial dilemma.
The committee is currently
equally divided between admin-
istration and faculty representa-
tives.
Smith said the committee planned
to set up its agenda for.each meet-
ing in a way that would allow the
items which could be discussed
publicly to be grouped together.
But the vice president added,
"We wouldn't get anything done if
we discussed everything in an open
meeting."
Four student representatives, to
be nominated by Student Govern-
ment Council, are expected to be
named shortly. SGC had originally
boycotted the committee by refus-
ing to suggest names for the com-
mittee.

Grads to vote on gov't.

(Continued from page 1)
because it specifies that the lead-
ers be voted on by the students
directly. In GA, only members of
the assembly vote on the leaders
of the student government.
The constitution of the proposed
government also provides for the
direct participation of the stu-
dent body through the procedures
of initiative, referral, referendum
and recall.
According to its constitution, the
intended function of the proposed
government is to be "the govern-
mental, representative, legislative
and coordinating organization for
students enrolled in Rackham ...
(and to) undertake to guarantee
to Rackham students a good and
inexpensive education, a meaning-
ful and continuous role in Rack-
ham policy-making," and o t h e r
advantages which, the students in-
volved contend, GA has not been
able to obtain.
As proposed, the Rackham Stu-

dent Government would consist ofI
three branches: the Executive,
Council; Rackham Assembly; and
Rackham Judiciary.
In the upcoming SGC election,
members of the Rackham School
will be voting only to ratify the
new government and to elect the
president, vice president, a n d
seven of the intended fifteen
members of the Executive Council.
The remaining eight council mem-
bers, as well as the Rackham As-
sembly members, would be elected
later.
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