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Tuesday, May 17, 197)

Page Fourteen

THE !MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 17, 1971

Stanford heads protest Whyte discusses cities

(Continued fron Page 1)
Here at home, there has
been virtually no protest al-
though the University owns
more than $64 million worth of
stock in companies tied with
South Africa. Last week the
University voted against pro-
posals by Ford Motor Company
and Mobil Oil stockholders that
would have forced the corpora-
tions to sever all ties with
South Africa. The University
has some $2 million invested in

each company.
The matter will be brought
up at Thursday's Regents meet-
ing during the public comments
session. One protest group has
already secured itself a spot
on the agenda, and two others
are considering similar action.
apartheid policies have tight-
ened, and that in many in-
stances jobs are decreasing due
to mechanization though U. S.
corporate involvement. Addi-
tionally they argue that U. S.

investments have made apar-
theid policies more powerful,
rather than causing their de-
mise.
Nearly 1,000 patients a r e
treated daily at the University
Medical Center's outpatient di-
vision,

(Continued from Page 3)
WHYTE'S SPEECH kicked off
a three day symposium titled
"The Face of America: This
Land in the Year 2000." The
conference is sponsored by the
Citizens Council for Land Use
Research and Education
(CLURE) in connection with the
University of Michigan, Mich-
igan S t a t e University, . and

Wayne State University.
The conference tries to ex.
amine whether a change in the
status of land in the United
States is possible, if a change
could be responsive to an indus.
trial society, and how a change
in status would come about,
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port of people and equipment.
Patient care was not disturbed
during the relocation, which
was phased over 117 moves.-
THE MOVE was planned so
patients would not be in transit
for more than 50 minutes. Us-
ing ten ambulances and one
back-up, the patients were
quickly transported, two per
ambulance, along with a train-
ed ambulance team, to the new
hospital.
'When you are dealing with

human life you can't be too
careful," said Sister Yvonne,
one of the original planners be-
hind this move.
Though the relocation went
without any unfortunate inci-
dents, it wasn't uneventful. For
the patients it was a once in a
lifetime opportunity to be in-
volved in such a "moving ex-
perience .
NONE OF the patients seem-
ed annoyed by the move and
no one refused to be admitted
when they learned they would

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Public Relations.
Patients were well-informed
about the move. Social wor.
ers and the ecumenical staf
talked with the patients for the
past month. This was to lessen
the psychological effect of the
move for those hospitalized.
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
will be the first major hospital
to utilize a computer controlled
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tem. This system links 47 sta.
tions together and will provide
a major means of transports.
- tion for items up to litre size
and weighing less than eight
pounds.
It will be the first American
hospital ddsigned with a "clos.
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features. St. Joseph will use
these carts to carry bed linens,
meals and refuse to various sta-
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