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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 11, 1976

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, February 11, 1976

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MSA picks officers,
recalls CSJ panel

MPLA nears victory

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By PHIL FOLEY
The Michigan Student Assem-
bly (MSA) last night recalled by
a vote of 24-1 all ten members
of the Central Student Judiciary
(CSJ) as well as electing seven
officers into the new student
governing body.
"This is not a political move,"
asserted member-at-large Gor-
don Tucker following the hotly-
protested closed caucus called
for the resolution of the CSJ
issue.
"THE IDEA is to start with
a clean slate," he added.
In order to recall CSJ, coun-
cil members first rescinded
their motion of January 22 to
follow old SGC procedures, and
deleted the MSA provision re-
quiring two-hour advance notice
for special meetings.
Acting MSA President Don
House then called a second
special meeting and tabled all
business except the measure re-

IN FURTHER action, new
MSA officers were elected by
the body. The only contested po-
sitions were that of Vice Presi-
dent, which David Mitchell won
over Greg Higby by a vote of
23-0, and that of Communica-
tions Coordinator which resulted
in a tie between David Good-
man and Gordon Tucker.
Goodman and Tucker then
withdrew their names from con-
sideration until next week's
meeting at Gordon's suggestion.
Ken Berneis was elected as
the new MSA President, F. Scott
Kellman the Student Organiza-
tion Coordinator, Mike French
Budget Priorities Coordinator,
Debra Goodman Program Co-
ordinator, Glen Engman Per-
sonnel Coordinator, and Dwight
Middlebrook became the Parlia-
mentarian.

(Continued from Page 1)
timnately represents Angola in
international affairs.
The diplomatic defeat for
UNITA and the National Front
(FNLA) followed a series of
battlefield reverses at the hands
of MPLA forces. UNITA has
confirmed the fall of Huambo,
its capital in South central An-
gola, and the FNLA has virt-
ually been pushed out of Angola
in the north.
Jane Bergerol of the London
I Financial Times reported from
Luanda earlier yesterday that
the MPLA was driving toward
Luso, in east central Angola,
and south along the coast to Lo-
bito and Benguela. She said if
the two-prong advance w a s
successful, "there appears a

strong likelihood that the FNLA-I ed that MPLA forceshad Lobito
UNITA forces inside Angola will along with Benguela arid Cat-
collapse. umbela. It added that the MPLA
UNITA "Foreign Secretary" offensive was making progress
Jorge Sangumba said in Lusaka on all fronts with UNITA forc-
that his latest information from es retreating in disorder in the
UNITA military headquarters East.
was that the MPLA had not tak- InW,
en Lobito and that there was no I Washington, President. Ford
fighting around the city. was quoted by the Washing Star
as saying congressional refusal
He said that following UNITA to support his request for Amer-
orders to evaouate its capital, ican aid to Angola demonstrat-
Huambo, 84,000 refugees were es that "they've lost t h e i r
streaming in columns 45 miles guts." He told a reporters'
long towards Sa Da Bandeira gro'ip at a breakfast me ting he
and Mocamedes, leaving t h e thought Congress "may have
MPLA in control of a virtual learned a lesson" and 'live to
ghosttown.' regret" its refusal to give aid
However, Radio Luanda, mon- to pro-Western factions in An-
itored in Johannesburg, report- gola.

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Parents accuse ,city
police of son,'s murder'

House w a s reaffirmed as
Treasurer of the body.

Aaron Copland is known best

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this Sunday or Monday. calling CSJ, which was then for his composition "Appala-
-_ _ _She said police informed her
there was no money found on
MERCHANDISE the two men after the shooting
Ludicrous & Otherwise "I LOVE YOU" but later police claimed they
Catalog 25c for found a total of $95.
310 MAYNARD postage & handlinq SAY IT IN A DAILY In addition, she said police
BLACK HALL, I-EE claimed they saw the two
P0 Box 25,VALENTINE y
~- - Ashland, MA 01721 youths fleeing through the
_____________>__<>___<- -m - store's rear window, but ac-
- cording to Edwards the store
C only has a front window.
l Celebration ofFINALLY, according to Rob-
SUSAN B. ANTHONY'S BIRTHDAY ert Edwards, 17, Larry's young-
er brother, he told police when
U-M INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S YEAR COMMITTEE they arrived that neither youth
was armed but police claimed
SHIPYARDPRESENTS they feared the two men had
Virgnia Norbyfames Edwards, Larry's
PO T M U H IGNA(University Policv Coordinator) father, said he felt there was
PORTSMOUTH, VIRGiNIAod then tag e3
no reason for the police to shoot
offers DISCUSSING the youths because the officers
knew who they were and could
E R A have taken them home.
/Ou"The police know just aboutt
Engi MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH every kid in the area" said Ms.
Edwards. "You can't walk
Entrance salaries range from $11,607 to $12,518 with regular annual 8 P.M.-CLEMENTS LIBRARY down the street without running
into them" (the police).
increments to average salary of $16,255 after three years. THEY ACCUSED the white
Attractive Benefits and Security-Early Retirement-Liberal Paid Vaca- -FREE-police officer, George Anderson,
____________________________________________of racism and shooting to kill,
tion and Sick Leave Policy-9 Paid Holidays-Group Insurance-Excel- _-ofracism--nd-shooting tokill,
lent Promotion Opportunities Nationwide Under Federal Merit Program.
NUCLEAR-Involved with directing and inspecting all ship and shop
work on nuclear reactor plants.:
MECHANICAL-Involved with modernization plans for everything from
submarine periscopes and diving planes to missile launches and main RESTORING HEALTH, WHOLENESS, HARMONY, JUSTICE
engine reduction gear mechanisms. In our culture, healing of mind, body, spiirt and community are most often considered
ELECTRONIC/ELECTRICAL-Involved with electrical controls for pro- separately, for instance, through psychologv, medicine, religion, and politics. Are there
incscrincioles, processes, images, forms on which seemingly diverse kinds of healinq are
pulsion machinery, motors, communications systems, gyro compass sys- based?
tmsand.Canterbur House invites you to a series of discussions this term on "The Connections
tems and guided missile control. 70mong Physical, Psychological, Spiritual and Political Healinq."
CIVIL--involved with maintaining 700 acres of land and facilities, 30
miles of roads, 400 cranes, private rail system. Friday, February 13, 1976
NAVAL ARCHITECT-involved with basic submarine and surface ship ""NON-WESTERN MEDICINE"
structural design. Including experiments and studies relating to special Ma .
stability and ballasting problems are of special concern to those naval U. OF M. SOCOLOGY PROFESSOR
architects interested in research. 8:00 P.M. HERB TEA, 8:30 DISCUSSION
EDUCATION-BS degree in Engineering.8
REPRESENTATIVES ON CAMPUS THURSDAY 26 FEBRUARY 1976 CAXTEUBUIY HOUSE
For Appointment Call Ms. Glazier, Telephone 764-8483
218 N. DIVISION ST.-corner of Catherine and N. Division
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS

and pointed that the other of-
ficer, Tom Pressley, was black
and only shot Bullock once in
the leg.
"We have no trust in the cops
in Ann Arbor," said Faye Bur-
ton, who knew Edwards most
of his life and directed the
church choir he joined when
he was a child. "It's going to
be hushed up, nothing's going to
be done about it".
WHEELER has tenta-
tively scheduled a "close work-
ing session of City Council for
tonight to put proposals aimed
at an agreement on city policy
in use of firearms, particularly

when fleeing suspects are in-
volved. The Mayor hopes to
present the proposals to Tues-
day night's council meeting.
A group of nearly 50 citizens
met last night in the Ann Ar-
bor community center to dis-
cuss action on the shootings.
According to Phil Carroll, an
unofficial spokesperson, the
group's two main decisions
were to push for Bullock's re-
lease from jail on a reduced
bond and admission to the hos-
pital so his wound can heal, and
to march' on City Hall with a
set of demands tonight during
the Council meeting.

Fleming post blasted

(Continued from Page 1)
"There's certainly a diversity
of ethnic groups (on the panel),"
he said. "I don't know what
reason there is to suspect that
a black dean . . . will be op-
posed to improving the lot of
blacks. There are some women
on the committee and some of
them are black. Why should
one suppose they won't repre-
sent the interests of that
group?"
FLEMING called the concept
of affirmative action "a very
worthy program but one that
n un

has been poorly run up until
now." He said he might recom-
mend that the government pro-
vide monetary incentives for
affirmative action rather than
penalties for not adhering to
federal guidelines. Such guide-
lines, he said, are difficult to
enforce.
He called membership on the
affirmative action committee "a
major headache," explaining
that panel members are con-
stantly pressured by the diver-
gent factions interested in af-
firmative action programs.
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Wednesday, Febru iry 110 976
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