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March 13, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

…COMMITMENT AND THE FAST See Editorial Page Y Sij~r i ~~Iait OUT OF SIGHT High-53 Low-34 Sunny, mild; fog at night Vol. LXXXI, No. 131 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, March 13, 1971 Ten Cents ouncil rules bring stude;t, facult By ROBERT SCHREINER that the rules are too lenient, the Although declining to give his for a hearing officer who deter- ?Daily News Analyss students that they are too harsh, own opinion of the rules in ad- mines guilt ...…

March 14, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…Classified research: By ROBERT KRAFTOWITZ Editor With S e n a t e Assembly scheduled to consider the classified research dispute to- morrow and Tuesday, the University faculty finds itself confronted with a thorny issue it thought it resolved three years ago. In early 1968, after it was disclosed that University researchers were working on $21.5 million worth of projects for the De- fense Department, Assembly, the faculty representative body,...…

March 16, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

…THE CLASSIFIED RESEARCH QUESTION See Editorial Page Y a1ir~lia 741aitjjj REGRESSIVE High--44 Low--25 Windy and cloudy, chance of snow flurries VoL XXXI, No. 133 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, March 16, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages Universities ban secret research By DAVE CHUDWIN Managing Editor Many of the most prestigious univer- sities in the country have either banned or placed strict restrictions on classified research, a survey by The...…

March 17, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

…. Viet By The Associated Press Increased pressure from communist forces has forced the South Vietnamese troops now in Laos to retreat eastward toward their own border. Allied field officers said Lt. Gen. Hoang Zuan Lam, northern corps com- mander who directs the Laotian opera- tion, had given an order to abandon Lolo, a fire base nine miles southeast of Sepone, and go directly to Landing Zone Brown, five miles east. Saigon had denied a report ...…

March 18, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…THE CLASSIFIED RESEARCH DEBATE See Editorial Page LIEvi&1a 471 Ap attlA DETERIORATING High-4 1 Low-23 Cloudy afternoon, chance of snow Vol. LXXXI, No. 135 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, March 18, 1971 Ten Cents Candidates vie in April5 mayoral Cornell: Radical choice Harris: Hit by both sides Garris: To save By W. E. SCHROCK By CHRIS PARKS By LINDSAY CHANEY When the Radical Independent Party!.. Robert Harris, whose embattled two years k2a'...…

March 19, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…OnthE EDITOR'S NOTE: Daily reporter Jonathan Miller received special permission from the Ann Arbor Police Department to ride in Two- Adam, an active duty patrol car, for three and a half hours last week. The following is his account of a day in the life of a police officer. By JONATHAN MILLER "A lot of times I've felt like nothing more than a' social garbage collector," said patrolman Robert LaVack as he steered his big gold and white Ford pa-...…

March 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…THE CONTINUING SST QUESTION See Editorial Page j[j:,l rr S ir rigau D1adF UNSEASONAL High-36 Low-27 Windy, colder, chance of flurries Vol. LXXXI, No. 137 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, March 20, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages STUDENTS OVERRULED: Regents pass $101 Laotian invasion near end dorm rate increase By MARK DILLEN - I n The Regents approved a =.. $101 hike in residence hall rates for the coming year yes- terday, $25 below th...…

March 21, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

…Three-way race underway for SGC presidency Schenk: 'Student rights' By GERI SPRUNG andGART LERNER SGC presidentialscandidate Rebecca Schenk, '73, believes that the role of Council is "to protect student rights and interests and to gain rights where there are only interests." Schenk and her running mate, Jerry Rosenblatt, '73, say they want to involve more students in SGC and make the or- ganization more representative. ┬░ ;. "By offering ...…

March 23, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…INDOCHINESE OIL CARTELS See Editorial Page Y Sirtrigari ~i~ait1 UNSPRUNG High-35 Law--25 Colder, variable cloudiness; snow flurries Vol. LXXXI, No. 139 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, March 23, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages North Vietnamese attack base at Khe Sanh ARVN units continue withdrawal from Laos From Wire Service Reports The base perimeter of Khe Sanh was briefly penetrated by North Vietnamese commandos last night. The attack on Kh...…

March 24, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…DUCKING THE RESEARCH ISSUE See Editorial Page Y lflfA&!atr 4Iatu DUMB High-32 Low-15 Clear, turning to snow flurries Vol. LXXXI, No. 140 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, March 24, 1971 Ten Cents Students to vote on war research, By ART LERNER The remaining three questions dum asking for a end to classified sixteen faculty members cf the search proposal in the three years referendum would be a powerful T Daily News Analysis on the referenda ...…

March 25, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

…THE RESEARCH REFERENDUM See Editorial Page Y ilkW Iaii DISMAL High-32 Low-10 Cloudy, chance of rain Vol. LXXXI, No. 141 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, March 25, 1971 Ten Cents 'U' budget requests face legislative oppo By MARK DILLEN lators, it is likely to intensify the lature and was given a standing committee (with 16 members) and Meanwhile, other legislators only to have the appropriations Daily News Analysis long-smoldering issue of Un...…

March 26, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…Peace By RUSS GARLAND "The war ends in May." This has become the slogan of peace groups around the country who are attempting to organize a massive spring offensive aimed at ending the Indo- china war and focusing attention on racism and attempts to suppress poli- tical dissent in this country. Organizers of the many groups invol- ved in the spring offensive say they expect far more support than any pre- vious anti-war movement. The cam- paign...…

March 27, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

…THE INEQUITIES OF STUDENT DEFERMENTS See Editorial Page L But~ x ~Iat TEETERING High-44 Low--30 Partly cloudy with light winds Vol. LXXXI, No. 143 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, March 27, 1971 Ten Cents bortion referral agencies cause contro By LINDA DREEBEN dency requirement in the law, a non-New York State residents, York Legislature recommending The Daily business staff, how- With thousands of women now legal abortion is available, at l...…

March 28, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

…Concerned gra ds focus on Rackha I:? posal By HESTER PULLING and CARLA RAPOPORT What started as a move by one graduate s t u d e n t to "legitimize" graduate student government has mushroomed into a sizable group of Rackham students organizing an at- tack on what they see as the admin- istration's neglect of their needs. This new group of graduate stu- dents supports a proposed Rackham Student Government and the candi- dates who are seek...…

March 30, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…Voting to begin today in campus-wide elec tions ELECTION RECOMMENDATIONS See Editorial Page A& A6P tlt4tgan A6F 4br 741att SUNNY High--46 Low--24 Warmer, clear '1o1. LXXXI, No. 145 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, March 30, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages Thei for cited false Jury Lt.( Me1 convicts alley of testimon By PAUL TRAVIS and ART LERNER Student Government Council presidential candidate Bill Thee was found guilty Sunday of falsl...…

March 31, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…c life sparked by spiritual By GLORIA JANE SMITH A revival of religious consciousness appears to be thriving in Ann Arbor, marked by an increase in the number of students involved with religious groups. Ranging from Christian crusades and communities to Eastern meditation so- cieties, many of these groups have only recently appeared on campus during the past three years. Since then, many have expanded to include up to 500 members, a growth ...…

April 01, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…rf I, -- TODAY'S REAL NEWS See Editorial Page Y 4iitr4tgan ~1IAit& FOOLISH High-70 Low-40 Possibly windy and showers to foul up the day / Vol. LXXXI, No. 147 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, April 1, 1971 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Schenk, I r-eferenda tosenblatt on resew take top SGC treat posts, pass rch, peace Students defeat plan for government fund By GERI SPRUNG Students voted overwhelmingly yesterday to end classified and mil...…

April 02, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…Shoplifting: Mercha nt as policeman EDITOR'S NOTE: The following arti-. ters: "Observation Mirror: Shoplift- shoplifter; when he is behind the mir- business no matter how effective the of shoplifters is a difficult problem. splifting in Ann Arbwor foes on ers will be prosecuted." ror he misses relatively few, deterrents.A udbyTeDicrreot the reaction of storeowners to the phe- I watch a huskily built male wander Local merchants are by no means ...…

April 03, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…Investigating the mind of a shoplifter EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series dealing wih the phenomenon of shoplift- By TONY SCHWNARTZ "I would imagine that you are ~pretty sick and tired of a bunch of people ripping you off," writes one shoplifter, "but I felt your store was cheating people and so I was going to rip it off. Could -put one over on the honkeys? I tried and I failed." The excerpt comes from a 1,000- 4word essay...…

April 04, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

…CITY ELECTION RECOMMENDATIONS See Editorial Page 5k 43UU~ ~IaitM CHIPPER High-38 Low-20 Partly sunny, not so cold Vol. LXXXI, No. 150 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, April 4, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages City to elect mayor, councilmen tomorrow By W.E.SCHROCK Daily News Analysis Tomorrow's city elections present the Ann Arbor electorate with a choice among three distinct political philoso- phies, in contrast to the traditional struggle betw...…

April 06, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…MILITARY RESEARCH MANDATE See Editorial Page Y 41i'tr tgan ~~IAti DEMORALIZING High-45 Low-35 Cloudy and windy Vol. LXXXI, No. 151 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, April 6, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages student to be prosecuted under interim ru les Charges set in incident at Ad. Bldg. By TAMMY JACOBS Invoking the controversial Regents' interim disciplinary rules for the first time since Stheir formulation in April, 1970, University a t ...…

April 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…POST-ELECTION COMMENT See Editorial Page S4ir rigau iOAIaiI4 RECALESCENT Hgh-58 Laow-32 Fair, no snow Vol. LXXXI, No. 152 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, April 7, 1971 Ten Cents" Eight Pages REVIEW OF CASE:. Calley prosecutor hits Nixon sta { r' 1 t r -Daily-Jim Judkis Indian culture Prof. Sibanarayan Ray of the University of Melbourne, Australia speaks on Indian intelligentsia and culture last night at the Interantional Center as ...…

April 08, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…cit By JOHN MITCHELL Robert Hunter, assistant direc- tor of Ann Arbor's Human Relations Department, fired last February for alleged "political reasons," yesterday was granted a court order reinstating him to his former position. In granting the injunction sought by Hunter, Judge John Feikens of the 8th U.S. District Court in Detroit ordered that "Hunter be reinstated immediate- ly," explaining that the court thought Hunter was denied "due proc...…

April 09, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…THREAT TO HIGHWAY SAFETY See Editorial Page Y , ii1taut :4I.aitM KITEY High-near 70 Low--20-30 Cloudy, mild, windy Vol. LXXXI, No. 154 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, April 9, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages BAMi settlement: One year later CSJ dec dissolved, al By GENE ROBINSON A year ago, the Black Action Move- ment (BAM) strike ended, leaving be- hind it a series of commitments on the part of University. The University's promises centered ...…

April 10, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…Ideological By ALAN LENHOFF Daily News Analysis Despite the recent election of four conservative Student Caucus candi- dates to Student Government Council (SGC), right-wing political activity at ' the University continues to be plagued by a lack of student support, and divi- sive ideological factionalism. In general, conservatives them- selves disavow the view that their recent electoral victories indicate a resurgence of campus conservatism....…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…THE POISONING OF AMERICA See Editorial Page Si i& au :4Da itM SUN DAY High--74 Law-35 Sunny, warmer, windy L Vol. LXXXI, No. 156 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, April 11, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages ' U investment priority: Profit or social concerns? By MARK DILLEN Daily News Analysis In an office on the fifth floor of the University Administrations bldg. a small portfolio contains a list of 90 corporations. Occasionally, upon routine a...…

April 13, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…THREAT TO STUDENT RIGHTS See Editorial Page Lwligx ~!IaitM MOODY High-65 Low-40 Mostly cloudy, showers likely Vol. LXXXI, No. 157 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, April 13, 1971 Ten Cents esidential ollee: Four ears of innov By HESTER PULLING 25 55# ssisN %%225 55%##s5tion, has tested the educational into a community academically. evaluation by the teacher of each makin and CARLA RAPOPORT value of the planners' experi- However, only the colle...…

April 14, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… I The RC student: Enjoying a flexible education By CARLA RAPOPORT Second of a series The first description of the Resi- dential College, published in 1966, contains extravagant drawings of an $11.8 million RC campus nestled comfortably among North Campus trees bordering on the Huron River. Looking out his window to the puddles of East University Ave., an RC student stood in his crowded East Quad room a few days ago, laughed, and said he...…

April 15, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…THE JUDICIARY CONTROVERSY See Editorial Page. Inkh 'AOF :43 a 4kr ty t EXHILARATING High-55 Low-25 Sunny, but still cool Vol. LXXXI, No. 159 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, April 15, 1971 Ten Cents se of Interim Rules follows five ear di y s .rr. FBy ROBERT KRAFTOWITZ torney Theodore Souris, w h o priate at this campus, and how established, it has fought against that students would be much to Alm Editor President Robben Fleming h a d they s...…

April 16, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…Anti-war groups prep are Washington protests By RUSS GARLAND The major thrust of the spring anti-war offensive is scheduled to begin in Wash- ington next week with a series of demon- strations which organizers expect will at- a tract more massive support than the March on Washington of Nov. 15, 1969. From April 19 to 23 at least 5,000 Viet- nam veterans are expected to encamp in the Washington area and conduct a series of actions to prote...…

April 17, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…Residential College By HESTER PULLING and CARLA RAPOPORT Last of a series In terms of its small enrollment and substantial expenses, what value is the Residential College to the University at large? And now that the RC has com- pleted its first four years as an "educational laboratory", w h a t should be the future course of the experimental college? These are two of the questions which many members of the Uni- versity community are asking no...…

September 10, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…For Daily subscriptions, phone 764-0558 For further information, see Page 12 THE RHODES APPOINTMENT See editorial page Y 114trI igaYi 4Iatij FICKLE High-86 Low-57 Fair with chance of showers Vol. LXXXII, No. 1 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, September 10, 1971 Free Issue U'takes first steps against sexdiscrimin By P. E. BAUER with discrimination. timetables for increased hiring of also withheld, totalling $3,924000. and non-faculty emp...…

September 11, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…REPLACING VP KNAUSS See Editorial Page I e Sir D~atF LETHARGIC High-75-s0 Low-mid 50s Fair to partly cloudy Vol. LXXXII, No. 2 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, September 1 1, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages oss reorganization cas POLICE PAYMENTS DISPUTED one year By LINDSAY CHANEY Last September, after three years of debate between admin- istrators, faculty and students, students were, in effect, given decision-making control of the Office o...…

September 12, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…Wolvetillus batter Northwestern, 21-6 See story, page 9 SLOW PROGRESS ON SEXISM See Editorial Page Sir1 Aa :43 ii COOL, MAN High-70-75 Low-50-55 Cooling, partly cloudy Vol. LXXXII, No. 3 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, September 12, 1971 Ten Cents tudent vote: Acange for Ann Arborp C r s uEffect of student balloters ui Controversy surrounds By CHRIS PARKS State law provides that after each cen- years, re As the city begins the task of re...…

September 14, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…REGARDING THE STUDENT VOTE See Editorial Page Y L Sir igan A & :43 a t t4o CHANCEY High-78 Low-53 Mostly fair, chance of showers Vol. LXXXII, No. 4 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, September 14, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages 37 k que1 March on county jail called here By CHRIS PARKS An ad-hoc group of about 50 University students met last night, and voted to call for a march this afternoon to pro- test police action in squelch- ing the prison reb...…

September 15, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…THE ATTICA REVOLT See Editorial Page \:JI r e Lit4 :43 a t tH QUAINT High-72 Low-52 Partly cloudy, perchance rain Vol. LXXXII, No. 5 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wedneslay, September 15, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages Vaughn' urges:k it : May electiony would assist h)1 young voters By SARA FITZGERALD A state legislator yesterday┬░ began a state-wide drive here to win support for a May pri- mary to give young people a ": voice in choosing delegates to...…

September 16, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…THE NEW JUDICIARY See Editorial Page Yl r e SirAO D3aIIM FALLING High-66 Low-50 Cooler with chance of showers Vol. LXXXII, No. 6 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 16, 1971 Ten Cents 'U' awaits newdiscipline sy By ROBERT SCHREINER "I would now anticipate that, if for- creased minority admissions in April, recognized a need for an internal legal It wa Daily News Analysis tunate, we might have a new draft (of 1970. system reflecting a...…

September 17, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION See Editorial Page Y Sir i Ctau A& 4 iv :43 a t t4y DOWNER High-65 Low-40 Cooling, chance of showers Vol. LXXXII, No. 7 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, September 17, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages 'U' band marches on--minus women Wage-price By PAT BAUER "And now ladies and gentlemen, the Marching Men of Michigan." The b'oud- speaker blares the familiar words at halftime of each football game, while the fans wa...…

September 18, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…NIXON'S ECONOMIC POLICY See Editorial Page C I 4c Sir k D43aii4t~ COATISH High-70 Low-45 Partly cloudy, cool Vol. LXXXII, No. 8 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, September 18, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages Justice retires- Black Court ' to seek 20 million 4 aces change WASHINGTON (R--Associate Justice Hugo Black, cham- pion of individual rights in more than three decades on the U.S. Supreme Court, retired yesterday. The retirement gave...…

September 19, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…Michigan onslaught scorches Virginia, 56-C See stories, Page 7 VIETNAM'S ELECTION See Editorial Page I 1tr tan :Eatt BORING High-G5 Low-54 Mostly cloudy, chance of rain Vol. LXXXII, No. 9 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, September 19, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages P I .. --- The Attica By PETER ARNETT ATTICA, N.Y. (P) - Just four minutes. Time enough for state troop- ers and sheriff's deputies to storm the barricades held by re- belli...…

September 21, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…STUDENT INPUT IN LSA See Editorial Page I Sir A6F FALLISH High-65 Low-42 Cool and cloudy; chance of rain Vol LXXXlI, No. 10 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, September 21, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages "U'fights court on IRA rule Interns battle for union rights in appeals court By GERI SPRUNG In an attempt to secure sta- tus as a bargaining agent, the Interns and Residents' Associ- ation (IRA) is preparing for the second round of legal bat...…

September 22, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…CLASSIFIED RESEARCH REPORT See Editorial Page Y IEiri man 7E2adMy PHLEGMATIC High-72 Low-53 Partly cloudy, chance of late showers Vol. LXXXI11, No. 11 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, September 22, 1971 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Senate passes draft renewal Committee asks Nixon gets option to cut freshmen deferments WASHINGTON, UP)-After months of delay the Senate passed and sent to the White House Tuesday the bill extend- ing the...…

September 23, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…NIXON VISITS DETROIT See Editorial Page YI rL IflIE AD A a 12j'h COSMIC High-60 Low-40 Pleasant, partly cloudy Vol. LXXXII, No. 12 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 23, 1971 Ten Cents Mayday arrests: Legal issues f f t a -a;,r It has long been a grave question whether "Citizens were arrested under con- For three days last May, thousands of an any government, not too strong for the y liberties of its citizens, can be strong ditions t...…

September 24, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…TRYING TO FORGET MY LAI See Editorial Page CY4c 5k A ~I~itM FROSTY Nigh-64 Low-40 Sunny but cold, chance of frost Vol. LXXXIl, No. 13 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, September 24, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages __.. SGC Hits draft changes set by Regents By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN rejects com romise plan for 4'U, judiciary 4,000 protest talks o peacefully as Nixon Student Gov rnment Coun- cil last night rlefused to take steps toward imp...…

September 25, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…THENCASE FOR JOHN SINCLAIR See Editorial Page C, 4c Si1rtai &t1133 CHILLY High-72 Low-35 Cloudy and cold, chance of frost Vol. LXXXII, No. 14 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, September 25, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages FINAL DECISION: SGC to vote& on judiciary1 By ROBERT SCHREINER Student Government Council President Rebecca Schenk said last night SGC will make a final decision next Thursday on whether to comply with administrative step...…

September 26, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…Woiverines power past UCLA, 38-0 See story, Page 9 THE SUNDAY DAILY See Editorial Page LY , t C tgaYi ~Iait6j DULLING High-70 Low-50 Partly cloudy, chance of rain Vol. LXXXII, No. 15 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, September 26, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages Final round of research debate to start tomorrow I -Daily-Tom Gottlieb ANN ARBOR RESIDENTS pedalled through the streets for nearly an hour yesterday morning in order to draw...…

September 28, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…AFSC ME By GERI SPRUNG the Univer Members of Local 1583 of the American bers are be Federation of State, County and Muni- er they a cipal Employes (AFSCME) are holding sponses. If a strike vote because of dissatisfaction Oct. 10, a with the University's interpretation of disapprove contract issues. ations will Union President Charles McCracken would be i said last night that the "University has Already taken certain actions and we just don't w...…

September 29, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…THE AWAKENING OF THE FACULTY See Editorial Page C, 4c 131kp ~Iaitij STICKY High-84 Low-58 Humid, chance of rain Vol. LXXXII, No. 17 DEFERMENTS MAY END: Nixon approves Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, September 29, 1971 Ten Cents Eight Pages new draft law WASHINGTON (M)-- President Nixon yesterday signed the bill extending the military draft until June 30, 1973. The bill authorizes Nixon to order an end to deferments for col- lege u...…

September 30, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…RETROSPECT- THE MONTH IN REVIEW See Page Five Y [ e 1MIE :4Iaiti1 COOLER High-74 Low-52 Chance of showers Vol. LXXXI, No. 18 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 30, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages Milliken approves state funds' Higher education bill to let 'U' fund salary increases In sweeping approval of nearly all the bills which will cover this year's state budget, Gov. William Milliken yester- day signed the higher educa- tion bil...…

September 09, 1971 • Page Image 1

…Legislature adds $1.8 million ti o ' ' appropriation Funds provided for essential increases Dorms, tuition go up despite price freeze By CHRIS PARKS Despite the Legislature's approval of the University's budget Tuesday, clouds still remain over aspects of the University's finances due to the federal wage-price freeze. Pending further interpretations of the freeze, the University is present- ly following these procedures: * Planned increa...…

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