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LANSING (UPI) - Attorney General Washington state sparked violence, "AND SINCE negotiation of these
Frank Kelley announced an appeal of Kelley said he is asking federal officials treaties was commenced by the federal
the recent U.S. court action on Indian to monitor the situation in Michigan government and the original Indian
fishing rights yesterday, amid growing and step in if things get hot, tribes at a time prior to Michigan
concern that the ruling could lead to . State Civil Rights Director Ruth becoming a state, a full and complete
violent confrontations on the fishing Rasmussen issued an appeal for public review should be made at the highest
grounds understanding of the case, saying she appellate federal level."
A state appeal had been expected was disturbed by rumors of possible Kelley said his appeal - to be filed
ever since U.S. District Judge Noel violence this weekend. within 30 days - may take as long as
Fox's ruled Tuesday that Bay Mills and "This decision by a local federal five years to wend its way through the
Chippewa Indians have unlimited judge is the most recent major inter- courts. In the meantime, he said, the
fishing rights under 19th century pretation by a federal court concerning federal government should step in to
treaties with the federal government. these treaties in many decades,"
NOTING A similar ruling in Kelley said. See STATE, Page 12
0Brinkerhoff: Disputed
S. African firms
following 'U' policy

University Vice-President and Chief
Financial Officer James Brinkerhoff
said yesterday that he has met with
representatives from G.D. Searle and
Company, and that he is satisfied that
they are complying with the Regents'
South African policy. Searle is one of
two firms doing business in South
Africa from which the Board nearly
divested last month.
Brinkerhoff reports that "in general,
their (employment) policies (in South
Africa) are in line with the Sullivan
Principles and the University's stance
on the issue."
The Sullivan Principles include en-
dorsement of desegregation of working
facilities, equal and fair employment
practices, and equal pay for equal work
in companies doing business in South
IN ADDITION, University Counsel
Roderick Daane said his report to the
Regents on alternatives to divestment
will not be completed in time for next
week's Board meeting. However, he
said a status report outlining the finan-
cial considerations of such alternatives
actions will appear on the May 17-18
Representatives from Black and
Decker Manufacturing Company - the
other company whose employment
practices in South Africa have been
questioned by the University - have
not met with University officials,
although Brinkerhoff said such a
meeting is being arranged. A report
analyzing results from this planned
discussion will be presented to the
Regents at their June meeting, accor-
ding to Brinkerhoff.
IN MARCH 1978, at the request of the

Regents, 47 letters were sent to cor-
porations in which the University is a
stockholder asking the companies to
define their commitment to the Sullivan
Principles and endorsement of
"political, economic and social rights
for all of the corporations' employees in
South Africa."
All but two of these corporations -
Searle and Black and Decker -
responded in what the University said
'Basically, I now feel
Searle has an equiva-
lent policy to the Sulli-
van Principles.'
-James Brinkerhoff
was a satisfactory manner.
Searle and Black and Decker gave
tardy responses, and initially
Brinkerhoff recommended the Regents
prudently sell common stock shares of
both companies.
However, at the April Regents
meeting, Brinkerhoff suggested the
University only divest from Black and
Decker, whose response to University
inquiry was vague and did not indicate
that the corporation had "within a
reasonable period of time taken
reasonable steps to effectuate the pur-
poses" of the University policy, as is
See OFFICIAL, Page 16

Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ
Perched pumper poses politely
From a perch 25 feet up a worker poses while pumping out a well on a construction
site at the Ann Arbor waste water treatment plant on Dixboro Road.

RSG openings
Rackham Student Government (RSG) has four
open seats-one in biological and health sciences,
two seats in physical sciences and engineering, and
one seat in Humanties. . . Call 763-5271 1 p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday for more information.
In an article in yesterday's paper, Mayble Craig,
recently appointed clinical director of medical
nursing at University Hospital, was quoted as
saying she doesn't have problems as a minority.
This comment was taken out of context. We regret
the error.
Happenings ---
... at 8 a.m. the-Extension Service offers'a con-

ference, "Health During Pregnancy," at
Rackham ... at 9 a.m., the Dharma Study Group
will hold a workshop at the First Unitarian Church,
1917 Washtenaw Ave., featuring mediation instruc-
tion, group meditation, and a talk by David McCar-
thy. McCarthy will also speak at the Friends
Meeting House 1420 Hill Street at 8 p.m.... star-
ting at 10:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., a variety of sponsors
is backing a conference called "World War III" in
the Michigan Union Conference Rooms 1-3. Spon-
sors include the Revolutionary Communist Youth
Brigade (RCYB), Vietnam Veterans Against the
War, the Arbor Alliance, University Political Scien-
ce Prof. Joel Samoff, the Detroit chapter of the
Medical Committee for Human Rights, and the
Association for Critical Social Studies. Speakers
range from University Political Science Prof. J.
David Singer, to Diance Clark of RCYB. For more
information, call 662-6165.. SUNDAY, at noon, the
Cobblestone Farm Association will mark National
Historic Preservation Week with a spring festival at

the farm, 2781 Packard Rd. The festival will feature
an antique doll show, May-pole and country dan-
cing ... at Hillel, there will be Israeli dancing at 7
p.m... .MONDAY, the College of Engineering of-
fers the seventh "North American Metalworking
Research Conference" at 8 a.m. in the Chrysler
Center ... McCree Theatre and Fine Arts Centre,
735 E. Stewart, will hold auditions to replace two ac-
tresses in its production of Say-Rah: A Portrayal of
Perserverance at 3 p.m.... The Atn Arbor Center
for Independent Living will hold a pot-luck dinner at
the Ann Arbor Moose Lodge at 390 S. Maple rd. at
6:30. *
On the outside
The showers that began yesterday will continue
today, some of them accompanied by thunder and
lightening. The high will be in the mid 60s to 70. The
low will be in the mid-40s to 50'. The rain will fall
throughout the weekend, and by Monday tem-
peratures will drop to the 60s.

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