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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 21:1977

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 21. 1977

Regents study Open Meetin
(Continued from Pge n be present and the law would the law may "in the long run appointments of Judith Bard-
President Fleming indicated therefore not apply. Fleming make things more secret," be- wick as associate dean for stu-
there are ways to get around said such a procedure was "de- cause, according to Dunn, "It dent academic affairs and
the law and suggested one liberately left as a way to will force decisions to be made John Knott as associate dean
which would have two groups of cope with these problems," by at the administrative level," for curriculum, both in the
Regents, four in each group, state legislators. where the public has little in- Literary College (LSA). Their
meet separately on such issues. Regent Gerald Dunn (D-Lan- put. appointments are for two years
In this way a quorum would not sing) expressed concern that THE REGENTS approve the each.

Business backs S. African apartheid

(Contntfrom Page6)
their involvement with defense of
the government.
If the need arises, the South Af-
rican government has said it will
take over the operations of many
companies and c o n v e r t them to
build war machines and software.
The South African government
now has nuclear capabilities as a
result of U.S. involvement.

U.S. corporate investment in
South A f r i c a is responsible for
making that country the most in-
dustrialized militarily potent coun-
try south of the Sahara Desert.-
The benefits this stature brings are
confined, only to the white popula-
tion. The dangers this involves for
the African continent are poten-
tially devastating as long as the
existing government remains in
power.

tn further action the Regents
received a copy of "University
policies in handling stock"
from chief financial officer
James Brinkerhoff in what may
signal the beginning of a re-
view of University holdings and
relations with corporations deal-
ing in South Africa.
The disbursemnt of this in-
formation comes in the wake
of yesterday's public discussion
session where four students at-
tacked the University for sup-
porting the apartheid policies
of the South African govern-
ment through its investments.
STUDENTS asked that the
University begin an in-depth
study of its holdings and estab-
lish some policies which would

Wanted!
people who can:

gs Act
work against the apartheid sys-
tem such as voting against
management or stockholders
resolutions or selling stock.
The stock policy statement,
written in 1971, recommends
"that University groups con-
cerned with issues arising from
voting of stocks held by the
University direct these con-
cerns to the Senate Advisory
Committee on Financial Af-
fairs."
The document continues, "in
situations where substantial
controversy exists thiscommit-
tee appoint an ad hoc commit-
tee on a particular stock vot-
ing issue consisting of mem-
bers of the parent committee
and additional knowledgeable
and concerned persons."
THE REGENTS Thursday,
approved President Fleming's
decision to merge the Minority
Commission" and the Commis
sion for Women into one Affirm-
ative Action Office. Several Re-
gents made statements saying
they hoped the merger would
strengthen the intent of these
Commissions, not weaken them
as some people thought.
The Regents yesterday also
voted to raise the daily service
charge at University Hospital
$10. The increase is intended
to bring an additional $750,000
in federal money from Medi-
care-Medicaid reimbursements.
Brinkerhoff told the Regents
the current charge is about $34
a day under what Medicaid -
Mericare will pay back and
added, the rates which are cur-
rently being charged by other
hospitals in the area, "substant-
ially exceed" those of Universi-
ty Hospital. The increase will
bring the daily cost of a single
room in the hospital to $140-
$150.
Vice President for Academi
Affairs Frank Rhodes also told
the Board graduate tuition fees
next year will be made more
equitable to "reduce the dispro
portionately high financial bur-
den" on part-time students."
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