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Faculty Senate . . .
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Urge discussion among the
Regents, Administration and faculty
to clarify and ratify the principles
pertaining to the role of the faculty in
THE SENATE, THEN voted down
two resolutions which expressed
"strong disapproval" and serious
concern" over Regents' procedures in
not rehiring Rozman.
Melvin E. Lyon, professor of
English, introduced a resolution
expressing "strong disapproval of the
Board of Regents' failure to follow the
accepted procedures of the Academic
Privilege and Tenure Committee or
any procedures acceptable to the
academic community as a whole."
Glenn Helmers, associate professor
of agricultural economics, moved to
defer action on the proposed resolution
until the Rozman case had been
settled in the courts for fear of
prejudicing the case.
HOWEVER, Wallace M. Rudolph,
professor of Law, said the resolution
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would hot prejudice the case. "We
can't stop living because the case is
before the courts," he said. "If I had
behaved as the Regents have, I
wouldn't have much respect for a
body who didn't express their
The motion to defer action was
voted down and the Lyon resolution
was defeated 170-85.
Edward N. Megay, professor of
political science, then proposed a
resolution stating "serious concern
over the lack of proper use of existing
procedures and institutions in the
recent disciplinary case involving Dr.
"WHEN WE ARE DOWN, we
groan," Megay said. "I ask you to
groan with me."
But the Senate did not, defeating
his motion 1 17-102.
At the end of the two-hour meeting
at Nebraska Center Auditorium, two
resolutions and several committee
reports on the agenda had not been
considered. These items will probably
constitute the agenda for a special
Tuesday March 16 meeting in Love
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1971
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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