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Task forces to take on
dental school problems

The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 21, 1987 -Page 5
Argentine president
ousts army chief

(Continued from Page 1)
"Prior to this time we have been
discussing issues. This is the first
time we have a plan, with a time
table that we can present," said
Kotowicz.
Departmental and administrative
reorganizations will be overseen by
the transition committee with fa-
*culty input.
"Things are starting to move,
and I feel that the faculty is
responding," Kotowicz said.

They have not yet met with the
transition committee, but the de-
partmental chairs who met yester-
day reacted positively to the role the
committee is taking in reorganizing
the school.
"It looks as though the school is
moving positively," said Dr. Brien
Lang, chair of the complete denture
department. "They're moving for-
ward with a well thought out
program."

BUENOS AIRES (AP) - After
guiding his civilian government
through two military mutinies,
President Raul Alfonsin dismissed
the army chief yesterday and put the
defense minister temporarily in
charge.
The rebellions were the most
serious threat to Alfonsin's
administration since his inaugur -
ation in December 1983 ended
nearly eight years of military rule.
At least 9,000 people vanished
in the "dirty war" against leftists
under military juntas and about 250
officers face charges. The army
rebels demanded amnesty for those
accused of human rights abuses and
the resignation of the army chief of
staff Gen. Hector Rios Erenu.
Hundreds of thousands of people
went into the streets to help

Alfonsin through the crisis.
The newspaper Diario Popular's
headline yesterday said: "The People
Triumph!"
About 400,000 people responded
to urgings from radio and television
announcers Sunday to gather in the
huge Plaza de Mayo and "defend our
democracy." They were there when
the president flew to the rebel camp
and persuaded the 150 rebellious
officers to surrender.
The chief of staff angered many
officers because of his order that
those wanted for questioning in
human rights cases testify in
civilian courts.
In addition to the approximately
250 officers who face charges, five
members of ruling military juntas
have been convicted and sent to
prison for terms ranging from four
and one half years to life.

Activists stage
CINCINNATI (AP) - Asian-
American activists planned a
demonstration yesterdy on the eve
'f the retrial of a Detroit
autoworker on civil-rights charges
in the 1982 beating death of a
hinese-American.
Nelson Velayo, a Filipino who
helped organize yesterday evening's
candlelight vigil, said it was timed
to coincide with today's start of the
U. S. District Court trial of Ronald

pre-trial rally,
Ebens and to show support for the
victim's family.
But he said it was not intended
to interfere with Ebens' trial for the
1982 slaying of Vincent Chin in a
Detroit suburb.
Velayo said Asian-Americans
consider the Chin case a rallying
point for concerns about discrim-
ination against Asian-Americans.

On guard Daily Photo by SCOTT LTUCHY
Security guard Dave Youngs sits by the office where the University's
new research policy is supposedly approved. He was assigned to "watch
for the possible protest of the new policies," he said. He will continue to
watch indefinitely.

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