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BOK'S CONFLICT OF INTERESTS?

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To the Editors of the Crimson:

The Graduate Women's Organization judges it inappropriate at this time for the American Council on Education to name presidents of two universities (Harvard and Michigan) charged with discrimination against women to a five-member committee of university presidents to establish, in cooperation with HEW, uniform guidelines to enforce race and sex discrimination regulations.

It is questionable whether the group whose interests are at stake can create effective guidelines. On the basis of past performance, it will be difficult for them to prove their good intentions. At the least, such a committee should consist of members whose institutions have shown initiative in working against discrimination. Bridget Puzon   Carol Plumb   (for the Graduate Women's Organization)

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