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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BI
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an term of one year beginning January 30,
official publication of the Univer- by the administrative vice-presidenta
sity of Michigan for which The with the consent of Council.I
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- Approved: That Paul Milgrom be ap-c
ial responsiblilty. Notices should be pointed elections director, his term end-
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to ing Jan. 30, 1968.
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- Approved: That Robert Simmons be
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding appointed to the Student Traffic Ad-
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday visory Board. . I
for Saturday and Sunday. General Approved: That the Student Activi-
Notices may be published a maxi- ties Building Administrative Board iss
mum of two times on request; Day hereby abolished and that a StudentC
Calendar items appear once only. Activities Building coordinator be es-r
Student organization notices are not tablished in its place 1) to assignI
accepted for publication. For more (subject to review by SGC) desks, files
information call 764-9270. and offices on the second floor of thes
student wing of the SAB to studentr
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 organizations, 2) to assign (subject toI
review by SGC) storage space in the1
basement of the SAB to student orga-
Da C nizations, and 3) to establish (with
D ay C aedar the consent of SGC~) and publish gen-
University Hospital Conference-An- eral rules and policies for the alloca-(
nual American Thyroid Association Con- tion, use and maintenance, of those fa-
ference: Registration, Lobby, Rackham cilities; and that he be appointed int
Bldg., 8 a.m. to 12 m. hmthe spring by the coordinating vice-t
president, with the consent of Council,p
for a term of one year.
/ Approved: That there be established
General otices a public relations coordinator 1) to sit
on the Public Relations Board, 2) to
Senate Assembly Meeting-Mon., Sept- establish and supervise liaison be-
18, Room 100 Hutchins Hall, 3:30 p.m. tween SGC and all dormitories, associ-
ated housing anc affifiated housing, 3)r
Open Meeting on Graduate Fellow- to arrange for substantial news media
ship Programs: For undergraduate stu- coverage of all significant action by
dents. University and national fellow- SGC, its committees, or its associated .
ship programs will be'explained by fac- activities and 4) to carry out any
ulty campus representatives on Tues., responsibilities assigned him by thet
Sept. 19, at 3:15 p.m. in the Rackham Public Relations Board; and that he
Lecture Hall. be appointed in consultation with the
Public Relations Board in the springr
LS&A Freshmen and Sophomores Ad- by the coordinating vice-president, with.'
vance Classification Winter Term 1968: the consent of Council, for a term oft
In an effort to minimize the time re- one year.
quired to make appointments with Approved: That the words "and rec--t
counselors for Winter Term elections ognized student or student community
and to help reduce the lines involved, organizations" be inserted after "units"f
the Freshmen Sophomore Counseling and before "may" in Section 2 of the
Office in the College of Literature, Sci- Block Ticket Sales Policy (March, 1966).
ence and the Arts is instituting a new Approved: That every SGC-recogniz-f
procedure. for making these appoint- ed organization or SGC-recognized stu-
ments. dent community 'organization shallp
Students are being asked to make prominently display on all its extra-_
appointments according to their as- organizational literature, posters, ad-
signed counselor as indicated in the vertisements and other publicity ma-
following schedule: terial, the organization's name and
Sept. 18, 19, 20-Arnett-Pre-Business, either the words "an SGC-recognized
Cowen, Field, Hartstuff - Medical student organization" or the words "an
Technology, McKibben, Morris, Nissen, SGC recognized student community or-
Ullman., ganization," whichever is appropriate.
Sept. 21, 22, 25-Austin, Clark, Ege, Approved: In thercase of absence of j
Hawk, Michot, Rockaway, Schwartz, an ex-officio, the organizational officer I
Wilson-Physical Therapy. second in line be invited to sit at1
Sept. 26, 27, 28-Braun, Fabian, Hin- Council, able o speak to issues with a
chey, Hoad-Pre-Business, Morzenti, C. vote.
Smith, Whaley. Appointed: Charles Goldberg as vice-
Appointments are to be made in per- chairman of Course Evaluation sCm-
son at the Freshmen Sophomore Coun- mittee.
seling Office, 1213 Angell Hall. Appointed: Steve Steglitz VISA co-
ordinator for academic year 1967-68.
Doctoral Examination for Howard Approved: That all committee chair-
Robert Wolf, English Language and Lit- men, subcommittee chairmen, coordi-
erature; thesis: "Forms of Abandon- nators and project directors, except-
ment in Henry James," Sat., Sept. 16, ing hoethat Council maywish to ex-

ing their own internal regulations Approved: Petitioning shall officially
through their own house councils open Mon., Sept. 19, and shall remain
(subject to exceptions listed below) and open until Wed., Sept. 27. Interviewing
their house judiciaries shall have orig- shall take place following the close
Inal jurisdiction in all cases arising of petitioning.
from these regulations. Approved: That SGC mandate its
Para. 4) Delete. members to do everything possible to
help insure the effect iveness of the
:. ::.::..:::.L::,::.:;::;:.;"::::: ?5: ara. 7) That freshmen women (a8 Speaker's Bureau, i.e., gettin off the
defined by first year in attendance Iears Busea ingh
d) Intoxicants. Amend by deletion with less than 31 hours) be polled rears and speaking
and addition of Michigan Compiled regarding hours. The results of this hir ordinat Brary orhe
Laws, 1948 and appropriate ordinances voting will be considered a mandate bureau.
of the City of Ann Arbor. by SGC to see that the issue is then Ared:
e) Speakers at Public Lectures. decided by the designated power. Approved: That Saturday 1C:30-12:30
1) Delete Section 8.11, be named for the time for Committee
2) e)2 8.11A, delete last sentence. P. 18-Delete Explosives- of the Whole Meetings. These meet-
3) d) Delete 2nd paragraph.,- P. 19-Shall be subject to IHA un- ings shall be tried on a trial basis
f) Demonstrations-Substitute: der condition of policies study. until Nov. 1, 1967. The Committee of
1) Individual or mass acts that de- IV. Regulations Concerning Sorority the Whole will meet in the Council
stroy University property or signifi- Women Affiliated with Panhellenic As- Amred:
cantly interfere with the free move- sociation. Approved: That SGC create a ten al
ment of persons or things, on the cam- 4. Regulations pertainin to individ parary committee. to investigate all
persining tohnbited-available ideas on restructuring and
pus, are prohibited.. ual sorority women and housing reg- report back to Council before Oct. 13.
2) Intentional disruption of Univer- iulations shall bedetermined by each
sity functions by depriving others of sorority as a unit. Those rules which Approved: That Don Tucket be iam-
needed quiet, light, heat, or other apply to sororities as organizations ed to chair this committee and all
physical conditions of work, is pro- within Panhel shall be determined by Council members so desiring be given a1
hibited. Panhel Presidents' Council, seat on said committee.
g) Library Regulations. Rousing Regulations-,Delete yhole
1) Delete last two sentences. section. Substitute : All regulations gov-
II. ; Regulations Concerning Studenti erning house, guests, intoxicants and ;lace nieraf
Organizations.{ visitors of the opposite sex shall be
a) Delete in last paragraph: "and made bsothe indiu hseshor by
the vice-president for student affairs" ade by the individual houses or by ANNOUNCEMENT
under authority granted by the Re- anybody they may deem appropriate. Public Administration Internships
gents. Last line chance 1966 to 1967. , Defeated: That University of Michi- with State of New York-MA in Public;
III. Regulations Concerning Men and gan Student Government Council with- Admin., Govt., Poll.. Sci.. Public., Af-E
Women Living in University Housing. draw from the National Student Asso- fairs or LLB. Apply for exam in Dec.
The purpose of the following regula- cationy, arrangements or outstate stu-
tions is to delegate the power to make Approved: That Robert Neff be des- dents can be made. Wide variety of
rules and regulations to the smallest ignated as NSA coordinator, to be di- positions available. Also the Bureauf
living unit compatible with enforce-.. rectly responsible to the coordinating has pamphlet on general employment r
ment. , vice-president, and that he will sub- for bachelor level grads in all fields.
a) Delete 3rd paragraph. mit monthly reports to SGC about the
a) D e3daran rpd .activities and structure of NSA and POSITION OPENINGS:
For Men-amended,;have these reports published by The Port Huron HospitalPart Huron
Para. 1) This rule will remain in Daily. Mich.-Pathologist, chif director of
rce upon condition of study. Approved: That Ruth Baumann be laboratories, in 270-bed hospital. Man,
Para. 2) Men living in University authorized to set up the mechanisms reg. clin, path, & path. anatomy, cert,.'
housing shall be responsible for mak- for door to door organizing all over American Board of Pathology, age 35-
ing their own internal regulations campus. 45.
through their own house councils Approved: That Ruth Baumann, E. Mueller Brass o., Port Huron, Mich.
(subject to exceptions listed below) and o. Knowles and Kay Stansbury be -Mkt. Trainee, BA, major in mktg.,
their house'udiciaries shall have orig- constituted the Organizing Coordinat- 3 months trng. nationwide territories.
inal jurisdiction in all cases arising ing Committee.
from these regulations. YMCA, Shreveport, La.-Health, Phys.-
For Women. Approved: That Bruce Kahn, Ruth Ed. & Recreation Dept. Assistant Di-f
Baumann, Sam Sherman, Lewis Paper rector. Strong in swimming, good sports
Para. d1) This rule will remain in and Michael Davis, Anne Patton and background.
force upon condition of study. Don Tucker sit on the interviewing For further information please callf
Para. 2) Women living in University committee for the three vacant Coun- 764-7460, General Division, Bureau ofd
housing shall be responsible for mak- cil seats. Appointments, 3200 SAB.e
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ORGANI1ZATION
NOTICES
1S t OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
N UNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Rm. 1011 SAB.
, , ,
La Sociedad Hispanica plans coffee,
conversation, Hispanic music. Mon.,
Sept, 17. 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Plans for the semester will be discuss-
ed. Anyone interested invited.
Hillel plans events: Fri., Sept. 15-
Sabbath services. Conservatives - 7:15
p.m., Traditional--6 p.m., Sept. 16--
Services - Trad., 9 p.m., 1505 Brooklyn
St.., Con., 9:30 p.m. At Hillel, Talmud
Class 6 p.m., Mincha-Ma'ariv service--
7:30 p.m. Sun, Sept. 17-folk dancing,
2 p.m., Deli House, 5:30 p.m.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at
Forest Ave., holds worship services at
9:30 & 11 a.m., supper at 6 p.m.,
speaker at 7 p.m. on Sun., Sept. 17.
Unitarian Universaiist Student Reli-
gious Liberals will meet Sun., Sept. 17,
at 6 p.m. at the church, 1917 Washte-
naw, for supper, followed by group
discussion, "What is Unitarianism, and
What is Our Relation to Christian and
Jewish Beliefs?"
* * *
AFS Club holds meeting Sept. 16, 1
p.m., Union Room 3A. If any questions
contact Bob Anderson, 761-6133.
* * *
The University of Michigan Dames
wish to extend a cordial welcome to
all student wives to attend their first
general meeting of the year. The af-
fair will be held on the second floor
ballroom of the Michigan Union, Mon.,
Sept. X18, at 8 p.m. Refreshments will
follow the meeting. As a married stu-
dent, wife of a student or intern, you
are eligible to join Dames.

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Room 1611 Haven Hall, at 10:30 a.m. clude fro
Chairman, L. H. Powers. vote, be
Summary of Action Taken by Student meetingst full
Government Council at Its Meeting tivities tc
September 14, 1967 for future
Approved: That Student Government That t
Council of the University of Michigan schedule
hereby declare our support for the tating ba
strike for recognition of the American of businea
Federation of State, County and Mu- Approve
nicipal Employes, ask our fellow stu- tem. of lia
dents not to replace a striking .work- to work it
er in his job and urge the administra- ers Burea
tion of the University to end the in-
convenience caused the students by the Approve
strike by granting the union recogni- lish the S
tion. and authc
Defeated: That Will Smith, director porary dir
of student organizations, be granted be found.
full speaking privileges but no vote Approve
or other rights at all meetings of SGC. versity Re
Approved: That the elections director following
shall 1) run SGC elections in accord- s:) Delet
ance 'with SGC regulations, 2) study bj Delet
election practices and formulate pro-
posals for their improvement, and 3) c) False
organize research to determine who substitutir
votes, students reasons for voting as tions of f
they do in SGC elections, and the like; fits from
and that he shall be appointed, for a by, the Ur
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)m this directive by majority
required to appear at SGC
once every two weeks to pre-
reports of their groups' ac-
o that date and its proposals
action.
the executive vice-president
these appearances on a ro-
asis to minimize congestion
ss at any single meeting.
d: That SGC establish a sys-
aison officers in housing units
M cooperation with the Speak-
u.
d: That SGC formally estab-
SGC Draft Counseling Center,
orize Ruth Baumann as tem-
rector until someone else can'
d: That the booklet "Uni-
gulations" be amended in the
way:
te word University in title.
.e first paragraph.
e Representation. Amend by
ng: To use false representa-.
act to win undeserved bene-
or avoid burdens imposed
niversity is forbidden.

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