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Page 2-Friday, July 20, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Engin prof repeats tenure review request
'Coninued from Page,' had tried to avoid publicity. All appeals that I would receive a tenure review." "Regents have the responsi
of due process is prompting the action, have been denied. He plans to pursue Electrical Engineering Prof. Alan see that.. . peer review is main
according to Lax. the case until he is satisfied with the Macneespoke at the request of Marwil. Pollock said.
"We must stop living in an Alice In procedures. "I am not eager to see this In his 24 years as a faculty member, he "-History Prof. Raymond Gr
Wonderland situation and realize there case go to court." said, he had never heard a tenure spoke in support of Marwil. "T
are rules to be followed & If he is forced to leave the University review being denied as it was in Mar- will not go away," he said. "It
are rules to be followed (by University without a tenure review he will not only wil's case. most importance to the Univers
officials)," Lax said. In citing what he lose his job, but will have difficulty get- Industrial and Operational "It's shocking that Jonathan
believed to be unfair actions, he said, ting hired elsewhere. It will appear that Engineering Prof. Stephen Pollock said has not had a review," Grews
"It is not a question of which data he was found unsuitable for tenure at the faculty members he spoke to called added that the rules for appo
people have looked at, but which people this University, despite the absence of a a non-reappointment without a review renewal were not applied corre
have looked at the data." review, he said. at the end of five years "unheard of." pointed out that no ad hoc coi
Marwil said he was speaking to givea He said all but six faculty members in THE DEPARTMENT chairman may had been set up in Marwil's case
"clearer perspective" to his case, and his department supported him strongly, have wanted to "save the bother of a If this case is not acted upon,
listed five points disputing information despite the fact that he was not re- formal review" so Marwil's case was one can assume it is possible to
in the letters from Shapiro and Ragone. appointed. not properly handled, Pollock faculty at the University of Mic
MARWIL SAID he had gone through WHEN HIS contract was reviewed in speculated.

bility to
ew also
his case
is of ut-
said. He
ctly and
he said,
"rig the

1977 he said he had been "lead to expect

Sandinista guerrilla army
takes control of Managua
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP)-Peal- automatic rifles and pistols into the air.
ing church bells gathered the San- Skirmishes were reported between
dinista guerrilla army that took com- rebels and remnants of exiled
mand of this capital city yesterday. Anastasio Somoza's national guard, but
Armed teen-agers careened through most of the shooting seemed to be from
town in cars and trucks, firing guns fired in a jubilant victory
(USPS 344-90) shed their uniforms and tried to flee the
Volume LXXXIX, No. 48-S city in the path of the triumphant San-
Friday, July 20, 1979 dinistas. The national guard comman-
is edited and managed by students at der was reported to have fled the coun-
the University of Michigan. Published try, and his replacement called on all
daily Tuesday through Sunday morn- troops to surrender.
ings during the University year at 420 Red Cross officials reported dead and
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan
48109. Subscription rates: $12 Septem- wounded in fighting in scattered parts
ber through April (2 semesters); 13 by of the city, but casualty totals were
mail outside Ann Arbor. Summer ses- unknown. The Red Cross estimated
sion publishedsTuesday through Satur- 20,000 people have died in seven weeks
day mornings. Subscription rates: 2,0 epehv idi ee ek
$6.50 in Ann Arbor; $7.00 by mail out- of fighting.
side Ann Arbor. Second class postage Joyous pandemonium spread-through
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan. POST- the streets. "Llegamos a la vic-
MASTER; Send address changes to to i''-''Vh
THE MICHIGAN DAILY, 420 Maynard t oriv a . -'Vhi t o r y h a h s
_ Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.arrived!"-shouted some in a throng of
Paul Morrisey's 1970
Starring JOE DALLESANDRO and HOLLY WOOD LAWN. Another classic from
the Andy Warhol stable, and incidently entertaining as well. The film that
made trashing a life style . . . "A sleazy story, with some improvised
dialogue, about various repellent vapid-minded, foul mouthed drug addicts."
An endurina favorite with Ann Arbor audiences.
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puppet animation: not recommended for gentle sensibilities.
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