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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PaeTwoTEMCI AL

SACUA

Action on

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~hat .HRP hasn't done
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considers anti-rape

royalty
regulation
By TED HARTZELL
A faculty trio reported to the
Senate Advisory Committee on
University Affairs (SACUA) yes-
tterday that a new University-wide
rule regulating royalties received
by professors from assigning their
own books to their classes was not
needed.
iThestudy, conducted by Philoso-
phy Prof. Alvin Goldman, Engin.
Prof. George Haddad and Law
Prof. Joseph Vining, will be sub-
mitted to the Senate Assembly, a
representative faculty body, at
their April meeting.
AN ALTERNATIVE proposal,
suggesting such regulation is nec-
essary, will also be submitted by
independent members of SACLIA.
The trio maintained that pro-
fessors were seldomswayed to
assign their own books or other
materials b e c a u s e of possible
monetary profit.
However, they did call for guide-
lines in those cases where pro-
fessors induce teaching fellows to
use their materials against the
TF's judgment.
Nearly 9,000 doctors, nurses ana
other health care professionals
took part in programs offered in
1972-73 by The University's depart-
ment of postgraduate medicine
and health professions education.

proposal
def erred
(Continued from Page 1)
medical treatment for rape vic-
tims, community education pro
grams dealing specifically with
rape prevention, s p e c i a 1 police
training, and' creation of public sr '.
self-defense :programs for women.
Murray suggested a tentative
bdeof$500frtepa-ocover salaries for three specially-f
assigned female police officers, f
$5,000 for new medical expenses f . {
and facilities, and $10,000 for coun- -------
seling and educational programs.: .
DEBATE ON the plan was large-
ly limited to the question of the Hands across the tab
police department's relationship to
the proposed unit. Sen. Howard Baker (R-Tenn.), left, stretches across a Capitol Hillt
Police Chief Walter Krasny made paw of President Richard Nixon yesterday. Nixon was present atc
a surprise appearance during the ing the, signing of a bill to accelerate federal funds for Mississippi fl
public hearing to state that he --
"could not give a firm opinion at
this time" on the HRP-suggested Faculty debates
Center "interventionists" to accom-
panying police officers on rape (Continued from Page 1) older students."
calls. ..the faculty passed an amendment
GOP Council members indicated tIng t cul edetn"smemta JOHN LANDE, '75, member of
opposition to isolating the rape unit lu facilitate e tomisstematfrale the Curriculum Committee op-
from under a policy/advisory students not traditionally included posed the faculty's painstaking de-
board -- apart from the police de- tiliberation and lengthy debates, and
partment. Richard Hadler (R- in the student body, while provid- charged, "Several generations of
ing appropriate supportive services d wll hrgh cle
Third at vote for he ben in nso for them." . i without the benefit of these im-
goin i otoofthe eginng of Philosophy Prof. Lee Bowie as- provements."
community control of the police de- serted, "Traditionally this Univer-
partment." sity has primarily directed itself to ALTHOUGH MANY faculty mem-
18-to-22-year-olds. There is growing hers greeted his outrage with
Since 1941, some 34,000 Michigan t concern for the plight of the older'laughter, Lande suggested, "You
fire-f ighters have been trained inI student reflected throughout the1 should approve the proposals in
a variety of programs offered byI GRC." principle and establish some body I
the University Extension Service's He a d d e d, "The amendment to work out specific wording for
Firemanship Training Program. makes explicit the special needs of final approval."
___~-- When the faculty finally passeda
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I admissions and degrees, Rhodes
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The following laws or resolutions are a few examples of Human
Rights Party initiatives which failed because of joint opposition
by the Republican and Democratic City Councils representatives;
* Hold open hearings on the police department
* Fire the City Attorney and Police Chief for refusing to
enforce the anti-discrimination ordinance
* Fund a community-controlled women's health clinic
* Approve rent control in principle and create an imple-
menting commission
* Prevent the lay-off of hundreds of city workers
r Forbid the city from keeping secret files on citizens
vote HRP April 1
Paid Political Adv.

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le
table to grasp the controversial
congressional formalities preced-
ood control.
Rally for
irnpeachmnent
sehleduled
(Continued from Page 1)
pants are scheduled to march to
Congressman Esch's office to pre-
sent him with petitions urging Nix-
on's impeachment. The committee
reportedly has 3000 signatures.
"Esch has been pretty wishy-
washy on the impeachment issue,
even though he stated that he
would be for impeachment if Nixon
refuses to obey grand jury sub-
poenaes," Dan Rubin, a member
of the committee, said yesterday.
HE ADDED that, "Esch has
been openly critical of those con-
gressmen who favor impeachment,
and has been saying that they are
prejudging the issue."

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the hors d'ouevres, and subsequent
ones as the main meal."

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