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BY RYAN T UT AK June 1, 1989, unless council mem-
Before leaving office next month, bers can suggest amendments to the
Interim University President Robben bylaw that will make it "workable."
Fleming will push for drastic The memo also said he will ask
changes in long-standing University the regents to authorize the
policies, paving the way for Provost deputization of the top two campus
James Duderstadt to enact a more security officers - giving them
comprehensive code of conduct after handcuffs, but not arms - and to ra-
he becomes University president tify guidelines proposed by the Uni-
Sept. 1. versity's Civil Liberties Board to
In a memo to the University's define the boundaries of free speech
Board of Regents this week, Flem- for all parties at campus events.
ing said he will ask the board at its CLB student representatives fear
meeting next Friday to vote to the council's eradication will end al-
ignore regental bylaw 7.02 when ready-limited student input on Uni-
forming policy. versity policy. "Bylaw 7.02 is the
The bylaw, enacted in 1970, es- only democratic mechanism that ex-
tablished the University Council - ists on campus for students," said
a body of three students, three fac- Rackham graduate student and Mich-
ulty, and three staff - to draft igan Student Assembly Rep. Corey
uniform rules of conduct for the Dolgon, a CLB member.
University community. If bylaw 7.02 is revoked, the
Under Fleming's proposal, bylaw University president, under the aus-
7.02 would "automatically expire" See Fleming, Page 2
'U' hires prof. as
BY ANNA SENKEVITCH sity members, his efforts will focus
After creating the position late on staff, faculty, and administrators.
this spring, the University has hired In the month-and-a-half that Reed
former Assistant Psychology Prof. has occupied his office, several Uni-
Harvey Reed as Diversity Agenda versity offices have requested his as-
Coordinator. sistance, most recently the Office of
"My job is sort of an in-house Undergraduate Admissions. Reed
consultant for diversity," Reed said. will meet with the staff, which has
Reed stressed that while the Of- newly changed directors and has
fice of Minority Affairs, which added otheremployees.
oversees the Coordinator's position, "The whole (undergraduate
offcrs direct assistance to all Univer- See Reed, Page 5
Fire ELLEN LEVY/Daily
Fire fighters work to put out a fire on the roof of a vacant building and a shoe store on
Main and William Streets Tuesday. It was the third major Ann Arbor fire in the past week.
CIA protester sues A2
police, campus security
BY ANNA SENKEVITCH Marcuse said he was pushed, low protesters toward the site of the
Rackham graduate student Harold forced to the ground, and nearly interviews.
Marcuse last week filed suit against struck in the face by Ann Arbor Po- Assistant Director of Public
Ann Arbor Police and University lice Det. Douglas Barbour during the Safety Robert Pifer and Barbour filed
safety officers who he alleges used demonstration. In addition, he said assault charges against Marcuse in
unneccessary force against him dur- he was kicked both in the thigh and response to the incident, but dropped
ing a November 25 student protest. the groin by Assistant Public Safety them in April.
The protest took place at the Director Robert Patrick, and held in Marcuse, who is represented in
Student Activities Building in reac- a headlock and thrown to the ground the suit by attorneys Jonathan Rose
tion to student CIA employment in- by Public Safety Director Leo Heat- and Jonathan Weber, has filed
terviews held in the University's ley. against the University's Board of
Career Planning and Placement Of- Marcuse said he had been peace- Regents, Patrick, Heatley, and Pifer,
fice. fully standing and walking with fel- See Suit, Page 2