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Page 10-Friday, June 30, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Admissions plans appear safe
(Continuedifrom Page 1)
enhance" the chances for blacks and students accepted under the quota of New York,-the largest state univer- our society," he said.
other minorities to enter medicine. program. sity system in the country, said the In Detroit, Rep. John Co
COOPER SAID tht unlike the Univer- Joe Flowers, public relations school "does not maintain specific Mich.) called on civil rights
sity of California at Davis at the time of spokesman for the University of numerical goals that could be con- closely monitor affirmati
sity 's Calirnia sat he iof y Oklahoma medical school, said the strued as affirmative action quotas ... programs in education and i
Bskke's application, "few, if any, ruling "will not affect us because we While we shall of course examine the light of the Supreme Cour
schools today have strict racial quotas have never used quotas. Our affir- ruling in greater depth, we are con- ruling.
or goals. But they do take race into con- mative action program is aimed at fin- fident that we shall be able to continue
sideration." ding the best-qualified applicants and our vigorous affirmative action effor- CONYERS, AN OUTSPOK
Gary Morrison, assistant counsel for ensuring that there is a broad represen- ts.' her of the Congressional Blac
the Davis medical school, said he did tation in the clsssroom." A s t tbed ednessinB
not know how the ruling would affect CLIFTON WHARTON JR., the first A similar statement came from called Wednesdays ruling
next fall's class, which includes 16 bakchnelrfteSatUnvsi Elaine Freeman, speaking for the backward and suggested
black chancellor of the State University Johns Hopkins University Medical Sc- mation of a civil rights coali
- hool in Baltimore. She said the school overcome its "inhibiti
Ai t I - does not have a quota system. "The discouraging implications."
DAILY EARLY BIRD MATINEES --- Adulits $1..25 policy... is to consider minority groups
DISCOUNT IS FOR SHOWS STARTING BEFORE 1:30 equally with all other applicants," she Civil rights leaders also
MON. thru SAT. 10 A.M. til 1:36 P.M. SUN. & HOLS. 12 Noon til I:30 P.M. said. urge President Carter t
Jerome B. Wiesner, president of the statement of support for a
EVENING ADMISSIONS AFTER 5:00, $3.50 ADULTS Massachusetts Institute of Technglogy, action programs, he said.
Monday-Saturday 1:30-5:00, Admission $2.50 Adult and Students also said he believed MIT was in com- "We may be able to draw
Sundays and Holidays 1:30 to Close, $3.50 Adults, $2.50 Students pliance with the court's ruling. "We positive out of this decision, r
Sunday-Thursday Evenings Student & Senior Citizen Discounts hope that the decision will not he suggest that it sounds the des
fhildren 12 And Under, Admissions $1.25 misread as a signal to lessen efforts to affirmative action program
increase opportunities for minorities in think it does," Conyers said.

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2. No tickets sold later than 15 minutes
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pro-Bakke decision
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and are now getting a "free ride." fer an "open opportunity for speakers
Worried that the court's decision to voice their opinions."
would undermine affirmative action Alexander said that it was his group's
programs at the University, Brigade intention "not to have everybody and
member Randy Schwartz urged the their brother get up and speak."
group on the Diag to march to the BRIGADE. MEMBERS said their
Student Activities Building (SAB) after idea had been to use the rally to analyze
the rally to "show the administration the Bakke situation. "It's a very con-
we want to enhance affirmative ac- troversial issue," said Alexander. "It's
tion." one a lot of people are kind of on the
"We're going to fight them tooth and hedge about."
nail," he declared. An open meeting has been planned
SCHWARTZ'S suggestion to move to for next Wednesday by the Coalition
the SAB was dropped due to lack of Against Racism and Sexism, a local
available marchers, however. group formed directly following the
Some spectators complained Brigade Supreme Court's ruling, which ap-
members prevented other people from peared at yesterday's rally with a ban-
speaking. Pamela Butter of the ner.
Socialist Party said she had planned to Yesterday's rally lasted 30 minutes,
give a speech "in support of affirmative and as a finale the Brigade burned an
action and in opposition to the Bakke effigy of the Supreme Court, which was
decision," but she changed her mind promptly cleaned up by University em-
because she felt the Brigade did not of- ployees.

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