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g and that it should be eliminated if its
problems can't be solved. "I was re-
sponsible for passing bylaw 7.02,"
Continued from Page 1 he said. "Since it has failed to oper-
pices of regental bylaw 2.01, can ate, I feel I have some responsibility
impose a code unilaterally. Bylaw to correct it."
2.01 grants the University president "It's always harder for a new
"general power" over "the mainte- president to do these things than an
nance of health, diligence, and order old president," he said.
among students." Regents Paul Brown (D-
Fleming said the council has been Petoskey) and Veronica Smith (R-
"unproductive" - failing to agree Grosse Ile) said yesterday they were
upon rules of conduct since bylaw unaware of Fleming's proposal, and
7.02 was revised eight years ago - they would not comment on it.
If the regents don't accept Flem-
ing's proposal, Duderstadt may pur-
sue it when he becomes president.
Before the Senate Advisory
Committee on University Affairs
weekly meeting Monday, three fac-
ulty members discussed Duderstadt's
views on bylaw 7.02. "Duderstadt
wants to abolish 7.02 outright," one
But Shirley Clarkson, Duder-
stadt's assistant, said the provost
was not involved in Fleming's pro-
See Code, Page 5
- Have fun all day in the sun
- Then work a few evening hours
at MICHIGAN T ELFUND
- Go out with your friends after
work and party!
Ypsilanti resident Lynn Thoma enjoys the "Super Slide" at
the Wade Carnival in the Pioneer High School parking lot
Continued from Page 1
as well as the city of Ann Arbor,
Barbour, and Police Chief William
Both John Ketelhut, acting gen-
eral counsel to the University, and
Bruce Laidlaw, Ann Arbor city at-
torney, said they have not seen the
summons for the case or discussed
legal representation for its cited de-
The suit does not cite an amount
for monetary compensation, though
if the jury rules in his favor, Mar-
cuse will ask for a judgement to
cover damages, attorneys fees and
Rose said the suit likely will not
appear in Ann Arbor circuit court for
at least six months.
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