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NEW ERA Ccommii
reervat
Continued from Page 1A of their
might appear to be 'celebratory,"',""My
White said. making
"I understand the need to some- ing the
times take painful action in pursuit "But an
of overarching goals and needs. But things a
any action that will reduce work, and people b
therefore employment or employ- Root
ment security for people, at New Era tionship
or elsewhere, is regrettable, if neces- Univers
sary. Mymood about it is somber, contrac
not celebratory." the pur
Though the members of the com- to hurtt
mittee voted 6-1 in favor of cutting workers
the contract immediately, Root said Desp
the michigan daily
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ttee members still had some
tions about the consequences
decision.
concerns are that people
Michigan goods are respect-
Code of Conduct," Root said.
negative outcome would be if
aren't corrected and it means
lose their jobs."
added that he hopes the rela-
p between New Era and the
ity does not end and that the
t continues because he said
pose of their action was not
the company, but to help the
.
ite their concerns, the com-

mittee agreed the University should
make "as strong a statement as pos-
sible" against New Era, Root said.
SOLE members said they believed
the committee made the right deci-
sion, given the WRC's stated allega-
tions - which include a failure of
New Era "to protect workers ade-
quately from musculo-skeletal disor-
ders," a high number of avoidable
injuries due to needle punctures and
inadequate measures taken by the
company to protect workers from
blood contamination - and the
company's lack of response to those
allegations.
The University "is a spotlight

school," said committee member
David Deeg, who is also a member
of SOLE and an RC sophomore.
"Students feel it has a role of posi-
tive change and of being a public
voice. Our students feel like it failed
in being that public voice."
University spokeswoman Julie
Peterson said last night that the com-
pany had not yet been officially
notified of the University's decision
to end the contract and added that it
will take at least three months for
the contract to become obsolete. The
University is required to give the
company a 90-day notice before the
contract can to be terminated.

WEBBER
Continued from Page 1A
$280,000 to Webber - in an effort
to launder money from his illegal
gambling enterprise in metro-Detroit
auto plants.
Martin was arrested March 21.
He pleaded not guilty and was
released on $10,000 bail. He has
until May 28 to enter into a plea
agreement. The trial is scheduled to
begin June 17.
Two weeks ago, Webber claimed he
did not take anything from Martin.
"There's no way in the world that I
took $280,000 from someone," Web-
ber told ESPN Classic on March 30.
"I've said this a million times. We
had to actually go to court to testify
about it. So if the judge, if the
lawyers, if everyone else respected
it, I thought it would get out to the
media outlets as well. So, no, I did-
n't take anything."
A few days later, when the Kings
came to play the Detroit Pistons,
Webber admitted to being caught off

guard in the ESPN Classic interview.
Before the game Webber refused to
answer questions about Ed Martin,
but he promised to come forward
with the whole story as soon as his
schedule would allow.
"The reason why I can speak so
freely about this now is this is exact-
ly what I said in court and had to say
in court," Webber told KHTK.
"That was basically the extent of
our relationship. I did not admit,
while other players admitted, that
they accepted money in large
amounts. I never have admitted that
and can't admit that because that's
not true."
Webber said he would probably
not speak about the issue again.
"Knowing my people, I've already
said too much," Webber told KHTK.
If the NCAA believes Michigan
failed to demonstrate institutional
control in the case of Ed Martin and
the basketball program, or if Mar-
tin's alleged loan are ruled to be
extra benefits, then the Wolverines
could face major sanctions.

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