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'U'APfalls 'onaffirm tv atongol
By BILL TURQUE 31, 1974. It was presented last year to President Robben 2,856) received interviews while only 1 out of 28
First of three parts Fleming and the University's executive officers, the minority candidates (1t0 of 316) got to an interview for
The University's Affirmative Action Progress Report, Board of Regents, deans of the various collegea, and ane of the positions.
which has not received wide puhlic discussion, draws directors of the University's major institutes. -15 out of seven 001-minority women (51 of 388)
a series of damning conclusions shout the University's In a presentation to the Regents at their July meet- were interviewed.
efforts to hire and 'promote minorities, particularly ing two weeks ago, Affirmative Action Director Nellie -of the 24 minority wtomen listed hy the report as
within the instructional staff of the literary college Varner emphasized that faculty hiring was a key area candidates, none were listed as having heen inter-
(LSA). for the University's minority hiring efforts, hecause viewed,
The 175 page report, prepared hy the Affirmative "it is the path hy svhich people move to other areas,"
Action Office, notes the unutsually low numher of such as deanships and departmental chairmanships. TBE REPORT concludes that some of the 18 LSA
minority and., women applicants for LSA instructional ..The report's analysis.- of appointment activity in departments which made appointments during this
positions who actually receive interviews. The report I.SA's instructional staff during 1973-74 reveals that: period "exhihited the practice of interviewing few
also lists ix LSA departments that did not meet hir- -of 57 appointments made to the instructional staff minorities, and, in some canes, women for availahle
ing projections for women and minorities, and 11 (including full, associate, and assistant professors, in- instructional positions in 73-74."
other departments which did not even set such goals. strutctors, lecturers, and supplemental staff) 39 were In the spring of 1973, each LSA department wan asked
non-minority males, 10 were non-minority women, 18 to conduct an availahility assessment survey to deter-
PUBLIC RECORD for nearly five months, the report were minorities (defined as hlack, Oriental, Native mine the national pool of qualified women and minority
monitors and evaluates affirmative action progress American, or Spanish-surnamed people), staff members for their fields. The departments then
within the University hetween April 1, 1973 and March -1 osut of 14 non-minority males applicants (280 of See REPORT, Page S
The Michigan Da ily
Vol. LXXXV, No. 51-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, July 29, 1975 Ten Cents Eighf Pages plus Supplement
Trkish ovt
takes conitrol

ofU.S.
ANKARA, Turkey (A') - Turkish mili-
tary commanders moved in yesterday
and took control of five U. S. bases con-
cerned primarily with intelligence gath-
erinsg, a Foreign Ministry spokesman
announced, Be said 20 more installa-
tions would be taken over today.
In Washington, a US, State Depart-
ment spokesman confirmed rhat all Am-
erican military activities in Turkey have
been suspended but said the Turkish
government had not asked for the re-
moval of U. S. personnel.
TURKEY ALSO stopped importing fuel
for American military jets, the Minis-
try of Customs announced. Two- squad-
rons of phantom jets are stationed at the
Incirlik base.
The takeover, in reprisal for the U.S.
Bouse of Representatives' refusal to
ease an arms embargo against Turkey
imposed after its invasion of Cyprus, af-
fecte three major bases yesterday.
They are Karamursel, southeast of Is-
tanbul, ad two radar bases at Sinor on
the Black Sea Coast and Pirinclik near
the southeastern town of Diyarbakir.
Thse to other bases were identified
as Belbasi, near Ankara, and Karga-
borun, nea the Black Sea coast.
THE STATE Department spokesman
in Washington, Robert Anderson, told
a newvs conference the United States
does nsot agree with the Turkish view
that the 1969 defense agreement be-
tween the two. countries has lost its
validity because of the Rouse vote.
"In our view, the.1969 agreement re-
mainss in effect until renegotiated," said
Anderson.
The Turkish cabinet declared the
agreement invalid on Friday when ft or-
dered a halt to all American activit' at
the bases.
TURKISH officials said yesterday's
operation went "smoothly and without
confusion" according to a plan drawn
up over the weekend by the general
staff after consultation with high ,U. S.
militaryofficials,
Reports reaching Ankara said no
Turkish troop movements were evident

around the bases although Turkish sen-
tries controlled movement of traffic in
and out of the installations.
"Things are proceeding quietly and
without fuss," a loyal source said.
THE FOREIGN Ministry said the
bases put under Turkish control would
be operated by a Turkish commander
working in cooperation with the highest
rankitng U. S. officer at each installation.
U.S. personnel remained on the bases
Monday although, one official said,
"wills nothing to do many may take long
vacations."
Apparently hearing this ot, local
newnsen reported seeing some Amen'-
c'tns lea ving the bases with their fami-
lies. Thsey gave no estimates of numbers,
hoswever.
Ford prai~ses
security pact
us AP and UPs
WARSAW, Poland - President Ford,
welcomed by a estimated 250,00 Poles
as the second American chief executive
to visit Warsaw, joined Polish leader Ed-
ward Gierek yesterday in praising the
controversial European security agree-
men01 to be signed this week in Helsinki.
In a joint statement after their brief
talks, Ford and Gierek, whose official
title is first secretary of the Communist
party, said the nonbinding code of con-
duct can "become a genuine and strong'
stimulus for positively shaping relations
among the participant states,"
THE STATEMENT did not mention the
docusnent's references to the inviolability
of post-World War II European frontiers
-a point that has led some American
politicians to criticize Ford for planning
to attend. the 35-nation Helsinki meeting.
When he addresses the Helsinki meet-
ing, Ford is expected to emphsasize that
See FORD), Page 7

Dadly Photo by STEVE KAGAN
Rolling Stones rock Detroit
Ron Wood (left) and .Mick Jagger perform in Snday evening's Rolling Stones
concert at Cobo- Halin Detroit, The Stones: delighted a sell-oat crowd with
such favorites as, "Jnpn' Jack Flash,". 'BonSgr, Mdiht.abe,
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