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Tuesday, February 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LSA faculty rejects ROTC
credit by landslide margin

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(Continued from Page 1).
Underscoring the issue ofr
"ROTC's suitability in a liberalb
institution," classics Prof. Char-y
les Witke urged the report's re-
jection.
Dismissing claims made pre-
viously by Army and Navy com-
manding officers that their pro-r
grams require credit to boostC
enrollment up to levels consid-t
ered viable by the Defense De-t
partmenit Witke voiced a hopeI
that "The college will not be
turned into a mechanism for
pulling military chestnuts out oft
the civilian fire."
ARMY Commanding OfficerI
Colonel Kenneth Irish, reiterat-t
Residency
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it ulations
challenged
(Continued from Page 1) #
gomery and Jeffrey Silverstrini,
closely resembles an unsuccess-}
ful case filed last year by an-
other group of students. That
suit is presently on appeal.
Attorney Arthur Carpenter,
who is handling the legal action
for Montgomery and Silverstrini,
admits that the new suit is
"basically the same" as the one
Circuit Court Judge Edward'
Deake rejected in August.
Nevertheless, Carpenter isI
confident that the new manuever
will fare better. "It's possible
that Judge Deake could change
his mind and read the law
properly this time," Carpenter
said yesterday.1
UNIVERSITY General Coun-
sel Roderick Daane, however,
sees the matter as already de-
cided. "I shall file a motion for
accelerated judgment on the,
basis of the previous case,"
Daane stated.
Deake's opinion in the 1974;
suit affirmed the University's
contention that the Regents
have the power to set arbitrary
res* ency requirements.
Citing the state constitutional
provision that the Regents have
the exclusive power to deter-
mine tuition rates, Deake con- !
cluded that "since tuition varies
with residence, the power to
determine residence is (the
same as)the power to deter-
mine tuition."

ing his earlier concern that en-
rollment would be jeopardized
by the failure to receive credit,r
yesterday blasted the faculty's;
action as "unfair."t
"They didn't look at the re-1
port with an open mind. Instead
of deciding it on the recom-
mendation of the Curriculum
Committee they voted on thel
basis of their beliefs and at-
titudes towards the military,"
Irish protested.
Noting that the power to re-'
move ROTC from campus al-
together rests with the Regents,
Irish added, "The only way for
the faculty to show their dis-
pleasure is by denying credit."
CARDUNER said last night,
"This shouldn't affect them
(ROTC) too much, by andy
large."
One professor raised the ques-
tion of control of the military
in society. He asked, "Is it bet-
ter to wash one's hands of a
potentially dangerous institution
or have an important, viable
influence on such an institu-:
tion?"
Shappirio, while contendingi
that he was not "particu'larly'
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hurt or bothered by the vote,"
expressed his sympathy with theE
report's charge which wouldI
have established greater control
over ROTC through periodic re-
view of courses and instructorsc
by the Curriculum Committeet
and relevant departments.
CARDUNER, regretting that.
the faculty did not move to sup-
part that control yesterday,
said, "Now we have nothing to
bargain for."
Psychology Prof. Raphael'
Ezekiel na m ed the college's l
"central missi as one of pur-
suing the truth independently,
and rejected "any involvement
with the military or any other;
numerous portions of society."
He concluded, "As a college,
we are responsible for fulfillinga
our own destiny to be inde-
pendent."1
About 100 students protested
the proposal that credit be given
to some ROTC courses at the
meeting yesterday. Budget Pri-
orities student member Jim
Weinstein told the f a c u 1 t y,
"ROTC costs the University be-.

ROTC resident
credit prp
new budget MEETING
ro tes t e ~(Continued from Page 1> /
ready working on a similar plan. Wednesday, Feb. 5-8:O p.m
(Continued from Page 1) -one that would be more siz-
able and would benefit lower in- C i gaon Union
the meeting with the quip, come Americans more than does
"This is a little like old times." FoThe Pr ide said his pro- SPRING BREAK TRIP TO UTAH
The demonstration would posed $52 billion deficit-sur- 712 days of skiing at:
have been dwarfed by the size passed only by the wartime
of the protests which took place 1943 shortfall of $54.88 billion- ALTA: the dowager queen of powder skiing.
on campus during the late '60s. would be even larger if Congress
But CSROTC member C 0,1 i n failed to go along with reduc- SNOWBIRD: the ultramodern counterpart to Alta with a 125-passen-
McCoy pointed out, "you have tions totalling $17 billion. ger tramway rnd 3100 vertical feet of challenging bawls and
to remember that the social cli- Despite the huge deficit we nigtrails.
mate s muh diferen nowproject, the budget being sub- , t. tais
mate is much different nowpj-N.B.:the above areas average twice the snowfall of Colorado resorts
from the way it was then, with mitted today is a compassionate such as Aspen.
one. It has muscle as well. It
the war threatening students." has discipline and honest self PARK CITY: home of the U.S. Ski Team, the longest gondola in the
REMARKS by professors ar- denial," he said. West (21/2 miles), great apres skiing as well as night skiing and
guing against granting LSA cre- "IT IS A start in a new direc- 54 major runs emphasing intermediate skiing (the "Vail of
Stion along the permanent road =Ua~
dit to ROTC were punctuated of fiscal integrity which Amer- Utah").
by loud and persistent applause. cans must achieve for the long- plus BRIGHTON, PARK WEST, and SOLITUDE
Remarks by those citing factors term economic good of ou i 761 8467 UAC Offie 7632147
in ,avor of granting the pro. country." For more information cal -4 orUce
i His budget forecast unemplvw DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 5th
gram credit were punctuated by I ment averaging K 1 per cent
loud boos and hisses. this year-adding nearly a mil- Final arrangements for Collingwood Trip, local skiing, etc.
lion A mericans to the present
About twenty faculty mem- jobless total of ix-and-a-hait
bhers auestioned before the 11:..... - - - - - ~-------- - - -

tween $60,000 and $65,000 a year. oL
Pilot costs the University be-: meeting as to whether the It aJsp projected little relief
tween $40,000 and $45,000." presence of the demonstrators from rising prices >.th the Co i-
----might sway them to vote siamer P°.ce Index for the year
rising ni average of 11.3 per
against LSA credit for ROTC cent--slighitly higher than 1974',
O Wg3jJ ' all answered "n ' gain of' Ii er ceri~

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