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NEW HAMPSHIRE
THE MORNING AFTER.
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SUNNY AND WARMER
High- 8
Low-12
Cloudy with Occasional
Rain Tomorrow

Vol ,LXXVIII, No, 137 Ann Arbor, Michigan, Thursday, March 14, 1968 Seven Cents
andthe : wo erDifferen tXW
By RON LANDSMAN -A certain amount of space honorary functions, such as re- service. However, these dossiers retain much freedom to organize Fr their purposes, the ROTC TI
Last of a Series for officers, classes, storage and viewing parades every year or so. cover only their academic records their courses as they wish, they programs are looked upon and com
The University Reserve Officer parade grounds; The University's right to review -degrees held and teaching ex- rarely vary the structure of their treated as sister units in the Uni- mitt
Training Corps is suspended be- -The title of Professor of Mil- officers tends to be unexercised. perience. The officer's compati- courses. versity, much like any other col- for
tween two very different worlds. itary for the commandant and Residential College D i r e c t o r bility with a university commun- "I don't monitor the work my lege. "R
ROTC turns out around 75 jun- appropriate titles for his staff; James Robertson, a member of ity, an important consideration, * staff does," Army Commandant The engineering college, like muc
ior grade officers each year who and the University-ROTC 1i a i s d n is not indicated, Robertson says. Col. H. K: Reynolds says. "They most engineering schools in the any
must be integrated into the mili- -An agreement to withhold committee for ten years, explains. "We can't tell from the dossiers can assign readings anywhere nation, gives very little credit for one
tary system. On the other hand, diplomas for students failing to "We were usually pretty sketchy. how good they'll be, but 'rigid from the Blue Book of the John ROTC. Associate Dean Arlen inve
ROTC is part of the academic return ROTC equipment. There were never any full or sys- militarists' are in a sharp minor- Birch Society to Marx's Commun- Hellwarth e x p 1 a i n s, "R O T C teac
community and must conduct its In return, the University theor- tematic reviews at all." ity. This," he adds, "is the luck ist Manifesto." courses are more for technicians gate
affairs differently from other etically has the right to veto the The teaching experience of the of the draw." However most officers set up than for engineers. They just He
military institutions. academic appointment of any of- men is usually "highly uneven," Curricula of ROTC programs similar requirements, one officer aren't acceptable for a degree curr
The legal obligations between ficer recommended by any of the he add. "If they had any at all, are inspected to some degree by notes. "There really shouldn't be from the engineering college." re-e
ROTC and the University are armed services. Determination of it was usually at a military acad- both ROTC and the University. much variation at all." he ex- Currently the' departments per- "ho
stipulated in separate contracts academic course credit is nego- emy. However," he notes, "I have Curriculum bureaus for the na- plains. mit from three to six credit hours is to
between the University and each tiated between the ROTC unit great respect for their compe- tional organizations u s u a 1 y The curricula committees of the for the entire four-year sequence. erar
of the three service branches - and individual colleges. tence, ability and dedication as handle preparation of course out- various colleges - or departments Nevertheless, engineering stu- Of
Army, Navy, and Air Force. In Fullfillment of the University's military officers." lines and content, supply texts in the case of the engineering dents sign up for Army ROTC at gran
its contract with the Army, for contract obligations is overseen The committee's evaluations are and teaching guidelines, recom- college - determine how much three times the rate of literary the
example, some of the more im- by Administrative Dean Robert based on dossiers of the officers mend hours of concentration and credit ROTC courses will be college students, and comprise diffi
portant guarantees the University Williams. This largely entails rou- submitted to the University by maintain evaluation divisions. worth for a- degree in that college the majority of most Air Force rent
gives are: tine paperwork and occasional the appropriate branch of the Although individual instructors or department. and Navy ROTC classes.

Ten Pages
9rl ds
he literary college curriculum
Imittee has traditionally per-
ed 12 to 15 hours of credit
completed ROTC work.
1OTC courses are treated
h the same as courses from
other sister college," explains
committee member. "We don't
stigate what or how they,
h any more than we investi-
other college courses."
owever, the literary college
iculum committee is about to
valuate its policy to consider
w appropriate ROTC material
award a degree from the lit-
y college."
fficers who direct ROTC pro-
ns from Washington and at
University are aware of the
culties over credit hours. Cur-
revisions of the Navy ROTC
See RELATIONS, Page 10

ASK OSA REFORM:
File Decision

Koeneke

Wins

SGC

Mfaking Repor
The President's Commisiono hI Role of Students in esearch

Presidency;
Rejected

Referenda

,-4

Decision-Making yesterday submitted its final report to
University President Robben W. Fleming.

The report calls for sweeping changes in campus-wide
government including the formation of a tri-partite legisla- artici patl on
tive body, the establishment of a central campus judiciarya
and the re-organization of the Office of Student Affairs.1O f 'U'mn IDA
"The commission regards its work as done," its chair-

Davis,

W hite

man, Prof. Inis Claude of1
said yesterday.
President Fleming and
- ----- - - - -
Ed Students
To Evaluate
Curriculuml
By LESLIE WAYNE

the political science department Endorsed
the Regents have final power to
- act on the sugrgestions of the By ROB BEATT

IE

commission.
The report recommends the

creation of a "University Coun-
cil" composed of students, facul-
ty, and administrators, which
would make all campus-wide}
rules. Under the commission's
plan the decisions of.-thee council
would require ratification by
Stident Government Council
and the Faculty Assembly,

7

Two referenda, asking the Uni-
versity to end classified research
and withdraw from the Institute
for Defense Analysis (IDA), were
apparently defeated yesterday.
Late returns on the research
question showed it losing 1,520 to
1,011. The IDA referendum was
losing as 1,027 students voted for
withdrawal and 1,421 voted
against.
Student leaders expressed sur-

Get SSeats
Ilol eislead, Milgrom, Nelson1,
Ruihn Elected to Council Posts
By STUART GANNES
Michael Koeneke, '69 Ad, was apparently elected presi-
dent of Student Government Council by an overwhelming
margin in an unusually large turnout for an SGC election,
Koeneke and his vice-presidential running mate, Robert
Neff, '69, claimed victory as they rolled up a 2-1 margin over
second place Mark Schreiber, '69, and Andrew Quinn, '69.
Koeneke said last night "the first thing we're going to
do is to turn to the financial plight of the University. Some-
thing will have to be done to show the state legislature that
we need more money. A lot of students are really going to
be hurt if out-of-state tuition goes up $348 next year."
Koeneke proposed that pressure be placed on the legis,
lature through the coordinated action of students, alumni
and parents.
Koeneke added that he was "pleased with the large
turnout," perhaps one of the largest SGC elections in history.
Koeneke and Neff, who is*--

Members of the newly-organized The report would make the stu- prise at the outcome of the ballot-
Students for Educational Innova- dent judicial system "the primary ing. I really didn't expect this,"
tion (SEI) last night formally out- responsibility of the students of Ruth Baumann, '69, outgoing SGC
lined plans for an evaluation of the University" and calls for the vice president commented. "I
education school curriculum. establishment of a central judi- hadn't even though about what
The evaluation will take the ciary incorporating the principles we should do if the issues were
form of a questionnaire to be dis- oft" al "rsctionebyestu- defeated."
triute toeduaton chol su-dents" and "faculty review~ of
tributed to education school stu- those decisions involving suspen- Start Again {
dsur e wil k. discus at thas sion or expulsion." Michael Davis, grad, outgoing
survey will be discussed at a mas -' ..
The ~ ~ ~ < reotas ,rcgie SGC administrative vice-president
meeting of education school Stu- The report also "recognizes ;;dm;aievcepe1e t --
meetng o eduatin scool tu-and newly elected SGC member
dents tentatively scheduled for that certain colleges and profes- said "We will have to go back,
OMarch 27. sional schools already have es-
tablished judicial systems that in- and do a lot of educating."
The intension of SEI is to help corporate these characteristics" Newly elected SGC President
students realize they can have Mike Koeneke, '69 BAd, and Vice-
some role in their own education,ePresident Bob Neff, '69, both said
Stan Bennett, Grad, explained. Tx athey personally remain "unequiv-
"We hope to create a meaningful but urges these units move to the ocally opposed" to classified re- Ballot-Sorting in SGC
dialogue between students, faculty central system when it is created., search and will continue to work
and administration of the educa- The. proosa for the judiiar campus.o
Ther the end to such research on HOME FRONT CONTROVERSY:
tion school in order to generate is a compromise formulated by caThepurnufegneigsu-.____________________________
some constructive proposals for| rf ila otro h or The turnout of engineering stu-
program inprovements," Bennett nalism department, after student dents appeared to be very heavy.
said' and faculty members disagreed on "There were twice as many votes
Tentative proposals of -the group the role individual schools and cast at polling places in the engin- u B a ttle
include student representation on colleges should play in disciplin- Novembers election, Chris Bloch
all faculty committees that make + ary action.
decisions directly affecting stu- In its present form, the pro- 70E, executive vice-president of
dents, he explained. posal of-the commission is unclear engineering council said. I ,s h i- ta i
In addition, SEI hopes to de- as to whether a student acquitted Unmanned Polls
velop a counseling program for by a student court could be tried Mark Schreiber, '69, said. "It's

-Daly-Richard Lee

Election

currently treasurer of SGC,
easily defeated the combined
tickets of Schreiber-Quinn
and D. Panther White-Shelly
Mittleman.
Late returns showed the Koen-
eke-Neff ticket with 1,831 votes.
Schreiber - Quinn and White -
Mittleman received 896 and 257
votes respectively.

Regents To
Hold Open
Hearings
By RICHARD WINTER

Continues

rl

Women

A write-in candidate, Michael University regulation of motor
Davis, Grad, had received 200 vehicles and policy toward job re-
cruitment on campus will be the
votes. subject of separate Regent's hear-
Six vacant seats on SGC were ings this afternoon.
also filled in the elections. The' Th
apparent winners are Carol Hol-
.,,.- 1 public but only invited represent-

students interested' in education by the faculty of his academic a real shame. It appears as though

with an emphasis on exposing in-
terested freshman to programs of-
fered by the education schools.
SEI believes that several, expe-
rimental education programs i.
should be offered to students
rather than the present single pro-,
gram.
Last Tuesday, the education
school faculty formally recognized
SEI as the official representative
organization of education school
students.

unit. some people were planning care-
Prof. Maurice ,Sinnott of the fully against the passage of the
engineering school wrote he is referenda." He alluded to the fact
"not convinced that a 'consistent that there were three polling places
campus-wide' judiciary needs to at the Graduate Library and some

be 'established; the individual
schools and colleges can andI
should set their own standards."
If the report is implemented,
the Office of Student Affairs
would be re-named the Office of
Student Services and would be
run essentially by students.

residence halls were not manned
for long periods of time.I
Ken Kelley, '71, elections direc-
tor, said "The Engineering Council
requested and manned the polls
in the Engin School. There weren't
enough people to work at the other
polls all the time."

GUN SALES BLAMED
Detroit Homicides Rise

By JIM HECK she would consider giving me hours I just casually mede reference to lenshead, 71, Michael Davis,
s'atives will be allowed to speak,
When the Regents finally au- privilege. I don't think she trusted it as though it weren't very im-' Grad, D. Panther White, '69, Herbert Hildebrandt, assistant to
thorized the elimination of curfew me," Nancy of Butler House ex- portant." Gayle Rubin, '70, Bob Nelson, '71 the president and University sec-
requirements for freshmen women plains. Some have used more direct and Paul Milgrom, '70. retary said yesterday.
in January, student leaders term- "But Dad said it would be OK, methods. Koeneke, chairman of the Stu- The Regents had requested
ed the move a substantial victory so I got it." "I told them If I didn't get per- dent Housing Association and a statements several months ago
for the fairer sex. Indeed for some Parents "know what's going on," mission I could bulge through lock- member of SGC for four terms, ,from a number of campus and com-
it has been just that, but for oth- says Jean Louis of Prescott House, ed doors, or go to sorority house," had centered his campaign on his munity groups concerning the driv-
ers the real struggle was yet to and their decision to allow their Marty Ayres explains. She got per- work in student housing. ing regulations. "Many documents
ensue. daughter to be exempt from the mission. He had also supported the ref- were submitted representing two
"My mom said lightning would age-old curfew usually indicate Five-Page Letter erenda proposing the University sides of each issue," Hildebrandt
have to strike her down dead and the amount of trust the parent Cindy Davison of Mosher Hall withdraw from the Institute for said. However, "It was felt that
I'd have to disown her and dad has in his child. likewise preferred the straight- Defense Analysis and cease all spokesmen should be allowed to
would have to divorce her before My Mom trusts me," Barbara forward method: "I told them if I classified research. k express their views in person so
Bane of Stockwell says. "Generally, had to be in at 1:30 am., and I that the Regents could appraise
mothers do," she believes, didn't want to come in, I'd just Carol Hollenshead and Michael the issues fairly," he explained.
Elaborate Plans stay out all night." Davis, the most successful candi- The Regents last month called
But Barbara may be the excep- Cathy of Stockwell received a dates for SGC, both were- pleased for an open hearing on University
hrwith the policy toardocampusrecruitin
tion, and not the rule, for many five-page letter from her father large turnout of students policy toward campus recruiting
freshmen girls have executed ela- explaining "how much he trusted for he election, after several faculty and student
borate plans in their attempts "to me and how he thought the school The winners in the contests for groups suggested that the Univer-
coerce" their parents into giving was too liberal." delegates to the SGC Constitu- sity should adopt a policy requiring
them permission. But Cathy's dad signed the per- tional Convention were undeter- or requesting campus recruiters to
said that unregistered guns, I Cynthia Cook of Elliott House, mission slip, leaving the boxes mined at the time the Daily went appear at open forums to discuss
brought in from Ohio, pose ajalias "sneeky Cindy" tells of her giving or denying permission un-,to press. The convention will be their organization's policies.
major threat. He said almost plan quite freely and most vic- checked, and left it up to Cathy] convened to consider a revised The two hearings today will be
all of the assaults involving toriously. It seems Cynthia refused to decide. structure for SGC. run back-to-back and the first is
guns are committed with un- all dates over Christmas vacation slatedtobegin. at 1:-30pm in the
registered pistols. while she was home, and "just T SUnion Assembly Hall.
tio!i o get or oficers an before I popped the question to LA TT jRE T URNS Speaking on vehicle regulations
halt the surge of gun purchas- them about parental permission will be Kenneth Mogill, '69, repre
inat Thev sontend that niih for hours curfew," she told them SGC PRESIDENCY senting SGC and Joint Judiciary

By DAN SHARE
Detroit has experienced a
dramatic rise in homicides over
the past three years according
to Dr. John Burton, Wayne
County medical examiner. Since
1964 the county's homicide rate
has jumped 2% times.
Police officials seem less than

fected by r a c i a 1 tensions.
Though the gun registration
rate in the city rose 40 per
cent during and immediately
after the riot, it had been
growing at 20 per cent a year
for several years. Detroit was
busy arming well before the
violence.
Howex~ver aut1hori ties d credp~i t

hand, and in an argument
aren't afraid to use them.
Dr.. Burton said that "75-80
per cent of the homicides in
Detroit are results of violence
between Negro and Negro. A
man gets mad at his wife,
brother or friend, and the fight
ends up in shooting,"

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