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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuuesday, March 16, 1971'

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Candidal
for SGC
Four students have filed st
presidency of Student Governm
held March 30 and 31 to choo:
dent, as well as seven members
Running for president are
Dale Oesterle, '73, Rebecca Sch
Their respective running

Les file
posts

Teacher
files suit

Faculty begins talks
on UC discipline rules

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Grad, and Jim Kent, '72.
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Lou

Profs claim
fast suceess
(Continued from page 1)
tially on our side," he asserts.
"As a tactic;" history Prof.
Thomas Tentler states, "the fast
won't be the determining factor in
ending war research. However,
other tactics seem to be counter-
productive."
Tentler says there is also a feel-
ing of guilt among those who
haven't joined the fast. However,
he says there is usually a good
medical reason why those people
can't fast.
Having limited themselves to
fruit juices for six days, the facul-
ty members say the worst part of
fasting is over. Most report that
although they experienced severe*
hunger pangs the first day and
headaches the second, such symp-
toms are no longer very noticeable.
More than 100 students and facul-
tnembers have now joined the
fast, which is scheduled to end
tonight.
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Y (Continued from page 1)
o people before her, she has run up
atements of candidacy for the against the system," he continued.
nent Council. Elections will be Ben Spaulding of the Center for
se a president and vice presi- Afro-American Studies (CAAS)
at-large. noted that Vanderhorst had begun'
incumbent Marty Scott, '72, to develop relations with some of
the black students at Forsythe
enk, '73, and Bill Thee, '73. whom other teachers had been un-
mates for vice president are able to reach. He added that Van-
is Lesseh, '72, Chip Downes, derhorst had questioned problems
and practices in the school system
which are "detrimental to black
ernoon, when the filing was students."
closed, 25 candidates had filed "The right of a black teacher's
for the seven member at-large freedom of speech and freedom to
seats. relate to her students is being
questioned," Spaulding said.
The candidates for the at-large Several students present at the
positions are: John Clinton, '73, meeting also spoke in Vander-
Lauri Ellias, '72, Barbara Gold- horst's defense.
man, '74, Fred Gordin, '73, Arlene The students explained that they
Griffin, '73, Karen Haas, '73, Jay had been upset by Vanderhorst's
Hack, '73, Betsy Henrickson, '74, resignation and had gathered in
Rick Higgins, '74, Bill Jacobs, '73, the halls to discuss it and decide
William Kandler, '72, and Katie what they would do about Black
Koffel, '72. History Week.
Also running are Louis Lesseh, According to McDonald, if Van-
'72, Dave Levinson, '74, Jean Lien- derhorst wins her preliminary
ert, '74, Michael McGill, '73, Shir. hearing, the court will reinstate
ley Nickovich, '72, Zachary Schill- her to her duties, and the school
er, '74, Mary Schnelker, '74, Joel board will be faced with a law
B. Silverstein, '73, Rebecca Schenk, suit. The Board is scheduled to
'73, Brad Taylor, '74, Tom Vernier, make its own decision concerning
Grad, Jack Shyte, '73, and Kathy Vanderhorst at its regular meeting
Yale, '73. tomorrow night.

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puter sciences Prof. Bernard
Galler.
Galler contends that "repeatedI
convictions of rules serious enough
to include the sanction of suspen-
sion and that any conviction of a
felony in a civil court "which is in
violation of a University Council
rule" shall be grounds for expul-
sion of the defendant.
while Galler and other faculty
members will press for stricter
penalties, students have attacked
the UC rules as too harsh.
Jerry DeGrieck, SGC executive,
vice-president, has said he will
urge that SGC reject the proposal
because the rules include suspen-
sion as a maximum penalty for a
person convicted of disruption for
the second time.

DeGrieck has said that suspen-
sion should not be a penalty in any
case, as .students are guaranteed
the right not to be suspended un-
der SGC's constitution. The consti-
tution has been approved by the
student body but not the Regents.
In addition, the question of dou-
ble jeopardy is likely to be de-
bated at today's meeting.
The proposed rules stipulate that
a single complainant must prose-
cute the defendant in only on~e
court, either civil or University.
However, if several people file
charges against a member of the
University community, they are
not limited to selecting the same
court to file their charges.
Public Health Prof. Gordon
Brown has labeled this a contra-
diction and will seek today to clari-
fy the questlun.

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