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Groups cause uproar
at regents meeting

The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 15, 1988- Page 7
Campaign collects
goods for sister city

(Continued from Page 3)
Associate Dean for Long-Range Planning
Jack Meiland came to the building yesterday
morning, but no other deans arrived. The
LSA Executive Committee - the college's
governing body -- relocated its usual
Thursday meeting to the Fleming Building.
Protesters reported receiving calls of
support from numerous members of the
faculty and community. Steven Coffman, a
University mathematics instructor, brought
his morning class to the sit-in "so students
} could offer support and go to class."
Students first occupied the offices at 2
p.m. Wednesday, abruptly ending a meeting
with Steiner at which they demanded he
retract a Sept. 17 statement that said the
University goal shouldn't be to change "into
another kind of institution where minorities
would naturally flock," such as Howard
University or Wayne State University.

Steiner said he was sorry if his words
caused offense, but said none of his
statements had been racist.
But UCAR members have maintained the
statement is just one in a pattern of "overt
racist remarks" which Steiner has inade-
quately explained. These remarks - found in
the body of Steiner's speeches and texts --
include:
-a Jan. 12 press conference in which
UCAR members said Steiner was "being
evasive in answering many questions... (and)
added insult to injury by making several
additional racist comments."
-a phrase in an economics textbook co-
authored by Steiner that allegedly makes a
connection between "inherent intelligence
and race"
Steiner could not be reached for comment
last night.

Dily Photo by KREN HANDLMAN~
Students occupying LSA Dean Steiner's office
illustrate their demand for his removal from his
post by altering the sign on his office door.
PLO wants peace
(Coaaued IrPage 1)
"As this conference would be under U.N. auspices,
that means the full legality of all U.N. resolutions,
including 242 and 338" would be recognized, Arafat
said.
Security Council resolutions are binding on U.N.
member nations but those passed by the General
Assembly are not.

By KENNETH DINTZER '
Supplies ranging from dental
chairs to notebook paper will make
up a shipment of humanitarian aid to
leave Ann Arbor on Saturday bound
for Ann Arbor's sister city Juiglapa,
Nicaragua.
The shipment of food, clothing,
and medical supplies is part of the
nationwide "Quest for Peace" cam-
paign to send $100 million in aid to
the war-torn Central American
country this year. Though part of the
national project, this shipment was
compiled by local organizations that
collected items from people through-
out the state.
Members of several local organ-
izations - including the Interfaith
Religious Coalition, the Sister City
Project, and the American Medical

Students' Association, a group of
medical students and faculty - con-
tributed to the tons of goods aboard
the 2500 square foot shipping con-
tainer.
"In terms of milk we couldn't
send enough. In terms of medical
supplies we couldn't send enough,"
said Donald Bessey, Quest for Peace
state coordinator.
Bessey said Quest for Peace set a
$100 million goal, to match Con-
gress'appropriation of Contra mili-
tary aid.
Kim Groom, head of the Inter-
faith Council for Peace - an
organization which raised $5,600 for
shipping costs - said, "I see this as
a way of helping people... not trying
to support the government... a
people to people project."

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Since this is a cut in the Uni-
versity's base budget and not merely,
a one-time appropriation cut, it will
have long-lasting effects. Although
Duderstadt predicted there would be
no cuts in current programs, he said

the monies would come from "cen-
tral accounts" that traditionally cover
unexpected costs that arise during the
course of the fiscal year. Included
among the potential cuts are costs
for the recruitment and retention of
key faculty and assisting graduate
students affected by the new tax law.

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