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PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-Daily-Don Campbell
COEDS TURNABOUT TO INVADE SOUTH QUAD DURING EARLY, HAPPIER STAGES OF MELEE

Press Ass'n.
Meets Today
With Regents
By CRAWFORD YOUNG
Representatives of the Michigan
Press Association- will lunch with
the Regents at 12:15 p.m. today in
the Union for informal discussions
of the closed meeting problem.
The whole dispute has simmered
down since last moth's meeting,
when the MPA crusade began for
open meetings of the Board of
Regents and Michigan State Col-
lege State Board of Agriculture.
* * *
AT THAT TIME, the Regents
indicated they would be glad to
meet with the MPA. Last week,
official luncheon invitations were
sent out to the 11-man MPA Com-
mittee on Information. Four of
the members were unable to ac-
cept the invitations.
After the luncheon, the Board
will hold its March meeting.
The chronic problem of open
meetings has occasionally flared
into the news, and been brought
before the Regents, but has re-
mained for the most part in the
background between election cam-
paigns.
* , *
THE POLICY is not, according
to University spokesmen, embodied
in any written by-law, but is a
tradition of the Board.
However, University officials
point out that the Regents have
always stood ready to hold a press
conference if requested.
Although most similar boards
do have closed meetings, the gov-
erning bodies of the Universities
of Illinois and Wisconsin do hold
open meetings. However, Univer-
sity officials point out that most
of the business is conducted in
executive session.
Road Decision
To Affect 'U'
(Continued from Page 1)
Speculation that the inclusion
of the eastern bypass to serve
North Campus might lead to de-
mands that the University help
finance the route drew troubled
silence from the Administration.
But a University source noted
last night that the Administra-
tion would measure such propos-
als against a yardstick"of three
questions.
1-Would University assistance
be in the public interest?
2-Would University contribu-
tion of funds to a federal-state
highway project be legal?
3-Can the University, already
hard-pressed for monies, afford
the extra drain on its resources?
Another touchy angle in the
financing of the vast scheme was
raised by Ziegler in the Wednes-.
day announcement. This was the
current CIO drive to secure a
public referendum designed to re-
scind a recent gasoline tax in-
crease. Ziegler said that his de-
partment was depending heavily
on the hike for its program funds.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
Ev menHATCHER SPEAKS-In a sol-
--Daily-Jack Bergstrom emn effort to quiet rioters, Presi-
MARTHA COOK FALLS-Embattled custodian vainly tries to dent Harlan Hatcher speaks to
hold door during 10 p.m. assault on Marthei Cook Building. crowd in front of his home.

BULLETIN
WASHINGTON --(A)- The
CIO United Steelworkers' Exe-
cutive Board voted late last
night to appove the government
recommended settlement in the
tseel wage dispute but a decision
on whether to postpone a threat-
ened strike was left up to the
Union's policy committee.
WASHINGTON-({)-The Gov-
ernment recommended last night
a three-installment pay raise to-
taling 17/2 cents an hour for CIO
steel-workers, plus othercontract
improvements worth at least 5
cents an hour.
Hatcher Speech
BroadcastToday
Two Ann Arbor radio stations
will carry a rebroadcast today of
President Harlan Hatcher's ad-
dress before the Michigan Legis-
lature Wednesday.
WUOM, the FM station of the
University Broadcasting Service,
and WPAG will go on the air at
2:30 p.m. with a tape recording of
the address.

The pay raise was voted by the
public and labor members of the
Wage Stabilization Board with in-
dustry members vigorously dis-
senting.
The same public-labor minority
also outvoted industry members
to approve the union shop ar-
rangement-which would compel
all workers to belong to the union.
The board, after days and nights
of struggling with the complex
dispute, made public the recom-
mended settlement-described in
advance by chairman Nathan P.
Feinsinger as "a darn good" one
-through which it hopes to avert
a nation-wide steel strike.

Rogers To Give
EducationTall
Virgil M. Rogers will address a
University School of Education
convocation at 2:15 p.m. today in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Rogers, superintendent of
Schools at Battle Creek and presi-
dent of the American Association
of School Administrators, will
speak on "The Role of the Teach-
er in School-Community Under-
standing."
Marvin L. Niehust, Vice-Presi-
dent of the University, will preside
over the meeting which will honor
candidates for the teacher's certi-
ficate in the School of Education.

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