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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 14, 1971

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 14, 1971

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City police: Improving 'U' image
tContined from Page 3) all members of the University The two officers rarely work
"This summer we hope to get community and President Rob- in uniform because they "find the
some time to speak with the ben Fleming whenever police uniform is a barrier in initial
orientation groups," says Fer- have to be called on campus. contacts." However, when they
guson, "so we will get exposure Although the officers a r e do appear in uniform, they say
to at least one-fourth of the working on police-community it makes little difference once
undergraduates." According to relations and are not involved they have gotten to know the
a recent survey, Klinge adds, in any actions which require person they are dealing with.
only about 20 per cent of the police on campus, they reiterate "Then they can look right past
student body knows the office that they are still policemen the uniform," says Ferguson.
exists. and if they see a crime being The campus office is operating
The officers work from 12 committed they will make an under a $27,000 federal grant
p.m. to 9 p.m. in order to be arrest. which will last one year. "We
able to attend night meetings. "We must make the arrest if think the program is successful
"We've been going to University we see something illegal hap- and hope to apply for another
Council meetings in an advis- pening, even if it might jeo- year's grant," says Kinge.
ory capacity and often attend pardize our relations with the "
SGC meetings," says Ferguson. students," Atkinson says. "For "If the federal government
University Council, a group in- if we fail to do so we can be den't grant therfu e
cluding students, faculty, and prosecuted. So far, however, we going to have to re-evaluate the
administrators, is proposing haven't been faced with that program and hope that the city
rules to govern the conduct of conflict," he adds. will give us the money to con-
tinue," he adds.
Both officers are college grad-
PLEASE NOTE DIAL uates and worked on a regular
TIM SHEDLE -u. beat for two years.
TIME SCHEDULE! ~ 5-6290 Atkinson graduated from Mich-
igan State University in 1966
with a B.A. in criminal justice
W IS BEST. administration. Ferguson gradu-
ated from the University in 1969
WinrBEST PCTURE with a B.A. in economics. He is
WierUV R V BEST ACTOR , currently taking night classes at
AMA ,-,the Detroit College of Law.

Union elects
top officials
(Continued from page 1)
Further, McCloskey, a main-
tenance mechanic, was though
to be a candidate of the higher
pay grades of AFSCME, while
McCracken, who is classified
as a wall-washer was consid-
ered to represent the lower pay
grades, which predominate the
union.
Some members said they
supported McCracken over Mc-
Closkey because of his m o r e
militant stance toward the Uni-
versity and his more liberal
yiews on social issues such as
the war and racism.
Re-elected as second v i c e -
president and secretary-treas-
urer were Willie Collins a n d
Neva Middleton. Collins a n d
Middleton ran unopposed. Form-
er First Vice-president George
Thrope won the recording sec-
retarv position in an uncontest-
ed election.
With the election, minority
groups assumed the AFSCME
leadership as two blacks and
two women took the top four
positions.

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tContinued from Pa,,,e 3
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