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Wednesday,_July 30, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Wednesday, July 30, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

LSA questions validity of figures in
affirmative action progress report

(Continued from Page 3) said there are "wide discrepan-
John D'Arms, chairman of the cies in a lot of the figures."
classical studies department Copeland claims the reports
said that his department's ef- contentiondthat the college's in-
forts have been "intensive and structional staff declined in 1973-
vigorous" in the area of affirm- 74 from 900 to 835 is not true.
ative action. D'Arms echoed the "LOOKING at my budget
sentiments of many chairmen,
who had either done no hirin' from one year to the next," said
whatsoever duing the period Copeland, 'it's hard for me to
the report covers, or are in elaehe ' instructional staff."
fields where minority interest is Con sa t
extremely low. Copeland said the Affirmative
Action Office's figure was com-
"THERE is not a single mi- piled strictly by "head count."
nority Ph.D candidate in clas- She added that LSA's data ac-
sical studies coming from any counted for halftime and joint
graduate school in the coun- appointments differently, possi-
try," D'Arms declared unequiv- bly explaining the variance be-
ocally. "We've been making tween the totals.
not just a good faith effort, but Copeland, responsible for co-
an extraordinary faith effort." ordinating the college's ap-
According to LSA officials, pointment activity records and
certain aspects of the college's monitoring adherance to af-
affirmative action profile are firmative action guidelines ad-
either erroneous, misleading, or mittedlv did not see a copy of
meaningless. Carolyn Copeland, the troress reort until last
an administrative assistant to week. nlthogh it has been
acting LSA Dean Billy Frye, available for at least five
nmoths. She called her over-
FEED YOUR COW sight of the report "a slip up."
AMAGNET A F F I R M A T I VEAc-
DES MOINES (P) - Cows tion Program Director Nellie
have the bad habit of swallow- Varner conceded that there
ing small pieces of wire, nails have been communication Drob-
and other sharp metal objects, lems between her office, LSA's
and now a University of Ken- administrative staff, and the in-
tucky scientist has found a di id'l denartments.
unique way to protect the cow's "We do have a problem with
stomach: give the cow a mag- follo up," are satd
netfollow up, Varner said. We
Wallaces Farmer magazine just don't have the time and
reports that the magnet, about we are not staffed to conduct
the size of a man's thumb, can any kind of in depth investi-
be swallowed by the cow and gation. We based our analysis
left in the stomah to collect on appointments records that
the pieces of metal and hold may or may not be complete.
them in place so they can't in- The process is one which re-
jure the animal. Cows don't lies on everybody cooperating."
chew their food thoroughly Associate Dean for Academic
when they eat it. Instead, they Appointments, Eva Mueller,
chew their cud later, bringing said she feels that the hiring
up food stored in their. first goals departments were asked
stomach. to make in 1973 "don't mean
When eating, if a mouthful of - _--
grass contains a small piece of
metal, the cow may not even Dr. Paul -C ll-n
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very much", and that they are
open to wide interpretation.
"YOU ASK a chairman to
set figures, one will put down
zero because he doesn't expect
to do any hiring. Another will .
put down zero because he does-
n't have anybody in his depart-
ment over sixty so he doesn't
expect anybody to die in the
next five years," said Mueller.
"The goals are interpreted very
differently by different people
and what really matters is what
is .actually accomplished."
Mueller considers the number
of minority applicants inter-
viewed as a more -valid indi-
cator of the college's commit-
ment to affirmative action. She
said department's are severely
restricted by the amount of
money they can spend to bring
candidates to Ann Arbor for in-
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"We have leaned over back-
wards to made additional money
available to the departments for
interviewing minorities," Muel-
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