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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 13, 1973

WAR RESEARCH

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(Continued from Page 1)
University money in that sense."
"But these funds came to the
University for the purpose of the
Willow Run Laboratories and we,
the executive officers, thought that
it was appropriate if the Labora-
tories were going to continue as a
non-profit institution the equip-
ment ought to be used for the
purpose which the government
gave us the money."~
The research project headed by
Raney, which involves University
faculty and graduate students, is
not a classified study. It was con-
tracted by the National Science
Foundation to explore the use of
remote sensing devices- for urban
and regional planning.
The project is an interdisciplin-
ary study involving students and
faculty on more than an individual
basis. It draws personnel from the
radar and optics division at ERIM,
plus the University departments of

Willow

Run:

Ties still

not broken

geography, urban planning, eco-
nomics and law.
The area of professional consul-
tation by University faculty for
ERIM remains largely undefined.
According to Vice-President for
Academic Affairs, Allan Smith, in-
dividual departments in the Uni-
versity establish their own policies
regarding the amount of time a
professor may spend on outside
consultations.
He said, however, that from two
to four days a month devoted to
outside interests is considered the
upper limit such obligations. Only
one month after the separation,
professors a r e spending large
amounts of employment time at the
Laboratories.
The non-reaction to the present
situation contrasts sharply with the
University scene of several years
ago, when a demand for an out-
right ban on classified research
was a cause celebre in the radical

community. Administration buildings were tak- people were entering into the fight
Sporadic protest took on the en over several times. for survival.
character of a- continuing crusade By September of that year, fac- "Everybody was happy about it
in October of 1967. A four-part ulty resentment had grown so for because they were behind the war
Daily news series introduced the midable that Senate Assembly, the effort. Societal values change with
type and extent of classified re- faculty's representative body, pass- the pressures of external environ-
search conducted at - the Univer- ed a proposal that called for a vir- ment. Now that there is not total
sity, at a time when growing dis- tual ban on all secret research. support for the Vietnam War, sup-
content with the Vietnam War was After the proposal was submit- port for classified research has
bringing to light such local issuestfallen
as ROTC, -and military recruiterstethRensaiowscrpfle.
on campus. pled throughaseries of delays.A "Of course anybody who's in re-
The University at the time was vote was finally taken Feb. 19, search knows military application
engaged in some $21.5 million of 1972. In an emotion - packed ses- of basic principles can't be pre-
Defense Department research, $9.7 sion, the Regents rejected the pro- vented."
million of which was secret. The vote was somewhat anti-cli- Apparently, despite years of pro-
Dubbed by the Army, the "free matic however ,as President Rob- test, debate, organization, and
leader in (combat) surveillance," hard work by concerned parties,
the University was third only to Fhemng the involvement of University fac-
Stanford and the Massachusetts In-d the University's intention to ulty in applying those basic prin-
stitute of Technology in total De- March 13, 1972, the Regents fin- ciples can't be prevented either.
fense Department research fund- ally passed a research policy that
Foe b m i incorporated many of the key pro-
Fcreasingly 1967,damanprotestOv became in- visions of the Senate Assembly TON IG H T
course of four years the LSA and proposal. No research wouldre- and THURSDAY
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WALPOLE, Mass .-Inmates set to normal.
small fires in the maximum secur- At a news conference last week,
ity section of the Massachussetts Prison Superintendent Raymond
Correction Institution here last Porelle said that a prostitution ring
night, in a second day of rebellion. had been operating for privileged
Firemen and heavily armed po- inmates in the prison hospital, with
lice were sent to the prison, where girls being brought in for "dates."
there have been numerous riots Porelle charged that organized
and seven murders in the past crime was operating within the
year. prison, both in arranging for pros-
"There were several fires in the
maximum security blocks," prison ::.:::<:.:",:;:::..:.. :<;:;.:..<:.
system' spokesman John MacLean k A ILY FF' .
said in a statement. DA ILY OF)
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said they had not been called in- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13
side. He said corrections officers DAY CALENDAR
from three nearby state prisons Music School: Wind instrument dept.
were "geared up" and pressed in- recital, SM Recital Hall, 12:30 pm.
Future world Lecture Series: Poalo
to duty to help put the troubles Soleri, architect, "Future of Aesthe-
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Last Saturday, a spokesman rep- LSA Coffee Hour: Geology, 4011 CC
resenting an association of in- Little, 3 pm.
mates warned that the institution Physics Seminar: J. Ekin, Rutgers
rtes frarnedothat theA tia.tAtnCollege, "The Electron Phonon Umk-
"was ripe for another Attica." At- lapp Interaction," 2038 Randall Lab.,
tica, New York State prison, was 3 pm.
the scene of an uprising in Sep- Physics Seminar: F. Henyey, "Impact
tember, 1971, during which 32 in- eParameter Description of Multiparticle
tembr, 171, urin whcivilins & Elastic Scattering & an Application
mates and ten guards and civilians to the Multiperipheral Model," P &A
were killed.' Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
The association said it was pro- Ctr. for Russian & E. European Stu-
testing "cruel and inhuman. treat- dies & Japanese Studies Ctr.: I. Laty-
testig "crel an shev, Inst. of Oriental Studies, Academy
ment" of the prisons 575 inmates, of Sciences, USSR, "views of Soviet
who were locked up for five weeks Japanologists on the Basic Problems!
in their cells late January and of the Recent History of Japan," Com-
early February, during a search mons Rm., basement, Lane Hall, 4
pm.
for drugs and concealed weapons. Council on Black Concerns: speakers:
The search for contraband ended Bobby Seale, Ricardo Sanchez & John
last week, and the new trouble Sinclair, Power Ctr., 7:30 pm.
eruped a prion fficals ere Music School: Baroque Trio, Rack-
erupted as prison officials were i ham Aud., apm.
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a protest
titution and in smuggling in con-
traband, but he declined to give
details.
The superintendent said the long
hunt for contraband within the
high-walled prison turned up more
than 300 illicit items, sometimes
with the aid of mine-detectors,
ranging from knives and black

capacitate human life."
The new policy, however, would
not apply to Willow Run, which
was scheduled to pass out of Uni-
versity jurisdiction by the end of
the year. The move amounted to a
clever way of preserving the status
quo.
In a recent Daily interview,
Overburger reflected on some less
technical aspects of the issue of
classified research. He said.
"In 1941 the country was attack-
ed. We went through a period of
time during World War II when
there was a marshalling of intel-
lectual and scientific resources to
survive.
"The academic and intellectual
community was a part of this ef-
fort. A very high percentage of the

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