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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 6, 1973

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tenaw Neighborhood Ass )ziation.
Council gave the measure tenta-
tive approval on Oct. 15 over the
objections of the Human Rights
Party (HRP) council members and
Carol Jones (D - Second Ward).
Council scheduled final action on
the measure for Nov. 19.

cluding an assault and battery HENRY "categorically" denied
charge designed to evict him from O'Brien's claims but would not
the apartment building. comment further since court ac-
Several lawsuits have been filed tion is pending in the cases. Henry
against O'Brien for non-payment added that O'Brien currently has
of rent and he has been arraigned a judgment against him for rent
on assault charges in District non-payment in Saline.
Court. He pleaded not guilty to the James Florey, a local attorney
allegation that he attacked a Huron representing O'Brien refused to
Tower employe with a lead pipe discuss the matter, but said he

Council hears views on rezoning

about the protest at the council
meeting. Florey commented that he
"was not surprised" that O'Brien
willingly talked with reporters
about the matter.
Various Huron Towers em-
ployes mentioned by O'Brien could
not be reached for comment con-

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DURING AN interview with The and a revolver.
Daily yesterday, Acting Planning -_ _-
Director John Hyslop said the zon-
ing alteration would probably in- F a c
crease" rents slightly in the area. F a u t
He added, however, that safe-
guards are included to prevent
further deterioration of the prop- (Continued from Page F) 1
erties. Each request to convert a what you mean by student input."
Greek house to a rooming house
must go before the Zoning Board HISTORY PROF. Sidney Fine
of Appeals for approval, Hyslop claimed that students assuming a
pointed out. role on the faculty body was a
Hyslop also emphasized that the basic "conflict of interest" since
rezoning is only a "short term so- the body's duties involved aca-
lution" and said more study will demic requirements.
be needed before a long range area He said he was prepared to lis-
planning proposal is developed. ten to "student input" on these
issues, but that "the final author-
MEANWHILE, another protest ity must rest with the faculty."
I took place at last night's session He called the faculty meetings
as a man entered the chambers "virtually- the only opportunityl

"had not talked with" his client

ejects LSA proposal

cerning
Henry.

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his allegations against

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Greek and Latin, called the pro-
posal "one of the best written and
most intelligent we've had in a'
long time"-a term that elicited
much negative response from his
peers.
PHILOSOPHY PROF. Carl Co-
hen called the proposal "poorly
argued and a bad job of work."E
"It does not follow that studentst
are equal partners here," said'
Cohen. "They have a vital role,#
but it does not follow that every-
one who has an important role is'
entitled to an equal voice."
"There is a fundamental mistake
here and that mistake is the an-
alogy drawn between the political'
community and the academic com-j
munity."
Both the representation and the'

student participation concepts of
the proposal were rejected with
only a handful of approving votes.
The students walked out of the
meeting en masse following the
vote.
COHEN SAID he hoped the
matter of student participation was
"put to rest for the third and-I
hope -the last time."
But one student commented af-
ter the meeting, "As long as this
issue is not satisfactorily resolved,
you can be sure it will come up
again."
The governing faculty also ap-
proved a measure that will allow "
lecturers working at teaching ap-
pointments in the college with at
least half-time appointments would
be granted full status as voting
members of the governing faculty.

BIVOUAC
ARMY-NAVY
SURPLUS
518 E. William
ON CAMPUS
"Ascente" Prime
Goose Down

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carrying a crude placard declar-
ing "Councilman Robert Henry
(R-Third Ward) used council seat
to stop police investigation which
would reveal his law practice in-
cludes perjury and conspiracy."
Allan O'Brien claimed that Hen-
ry, the attorney for Huron Towers,
is involved in a complex plot in-

members
together.
down the

of the faculty have toI
I'd hate to see that
drain," he said.

get
go

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KLEIN RESPONDED that it
was "very sad to me that students
and faculty can't get together and
discuss these same issues."
Klein also answered faculty
members who defined the differ-
ence in student-faculty roles in
terms of the faculty as paid mem-
bers of the University. "Those of

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Tuesday, November 6, 1973
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