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'U' OFFICIAL DEFENDS BILL
ROTC plan called 'equitable'
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of the whole building. If we
asked them to pay rent, they
would probably only want part
of the building."
Williams says other units of
the University have not made
use of the unused space in North
Hall because "the faculty seem
to think that if they have offices
or classrooms there, they would
be demonstrating antipathy to-
ward anti-war people."
"Some people have suggested
that we should charge ROTC $6
per square foot for the building..
I don't think its worth nearly
that much," he continues, al-
luding to the dilapidated condi-
tion of the old structure.
Basically, Williams views the
bill and DOD's willingness to
cooperate "a forward step."
"It's only a beginning figure,"
he says, "and we think the pay-
ments will gradually be ad-
vanced. Earlier they (DOD) only
wanted to pay $400 per commis-
sion. These things take time."
"I find this plan to be equit-
able to the University," he says.
"First you have to get recogni-
tion of your principles-and we
have, because they (DOD) have
indicated they will make pay-
ments to colleges, Eventually
you will get a meeting of the
But in Williams' opinion, the
bill will not be approved in the
House for quite some time.
"They usually don't approve ap-
propriation bills the first time
they are brought up," he ob-
The bill is the result of the
combined lobbying efforts of
about 300 colleges and univer-
sities including the University)
which have ROTC programs.
"The eventual settlement will
probably provide too much
money for some schools and not
enough for others because of
differences -in their programs,"
"With 390 institutions to deal
with, they can't make indivi-
dual settlements-they have to
have a formula," he adds.
All in all, Williams seems quite
willing to wait for a good settle-
ment. "You forget," he says,
"that even though many stu-
dents and other people on the
campus oppose ROTC, a broad
base throughout both the nation
and the state support ROTC."
Boimb probe A report from Senate Assem-
bly, the faculty representative
body, suggested that all units
stop giving academic credit for
postponed ROTC courses, except those
taught by academic personnel.
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