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Xssociate Managing Editor
CAMBRIDGE, Mas.- The Na-
t et for a
Democratic Society (SDS) voted
yesterday to hire and train 301
full-'time regional teacher-organiz-
ers, to move the headquarters of
the R~adical Education Project
(REP) from Ann Arbor to Chi-
cago, and to give full support to
the Spring Mobilization to End

The decision of the National "Ani-x.1,
Council of SDS to train 30 organiz- :iy..---.
ers will become the primaryrep
sponsibility of REP. These region ; 11--
al organizers will be responsible
for meeting the immediate educa- kV an6-
tional needs of the local SDS,
chapters. This will entail the dis- -
tribution of film, pamphlets and c2c
aid in campus organizing on such .
issues as student power and the
draf t.
A sumimer institute will be set ur
for the intensivei trainingw of th,


the War in Vietnam.- teacher-organizers. r ll.c te
--- = ---A C am pus E i o N R O . 3116'11
:Iew campus newspapers are More in- k« tir -
fluential than the Michigan Daily at the u;, . is tra
University of Michigan here, and Clarence facult
Fanto is what Is making the Daily move hv
these cdays. paper
Mr at smaaig i dio ftepper. An intense, energetic young man, rl.
hie infuses Pe paper with the same Seri- / licati(
(105 mien -he displays in carefully answer- f
ate a visitor's questions.°w
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jews, a purveyor of opinion, a poser of cure
fuestions, and a forum for those who be- rrl
' ieve they have the answers. What the e Thi
paper prints, he emphasizes, is not always "h
! what the people like to read. We play oal
O , ~~- think~ is Important to them."Mr at ally
'v.,,...1~Printed closely after
,[T-fidn thing, but they have never
4 1dns "I'ir1' before publication," S2

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ins initially re-
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ant editors atid n ,
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Ilinois Bid To
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'to crus1id{ ,

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h air to t 2he Pro aInd lecess lyttery Aa S b e n2/ sity tate.,s. I
2,0 0 ile T e aba t n utitc ite sl.ec z# e _

many observers of collegiate
Journalism as the finest student
paper in the * nation, is about to
be investigated.
The Uilversity of Michigan's
Board in Control of Student Pub-
lications has asked that the
Committee on University -Affairs
(FEACUA) establish a committee
"to consider the proper purpose,
function, and responsibility of a
student newspaper in this uni-
versity community."
A resolution of the publi-
cations board asks that the new
committee investigate whether
tithe existing arrangements at the

the problem to another more r p-
resentative group.
A former DAILY staffer, Wf's t ,0 ,t
ter said that- the problem rlj1 t
now been stated as " just a' Z 1 - 1
vestigation of the relation ,0 sh ty, l ,,:
board to the DAILY." l.it 4yto) ./II1/c
"This 'doesn't mean Q?1 tl
It's going to be a, c a 2t kh~ 1Q
mnove," said Winter rh k 1 " -;' 1 °V- ,
that among the probl' % pQOr C r
sed might be the ° ' t z11 1
making the flAIL' e ctlab/>N "
and the possibl: a>4'0" 1 QS
A s e odrb o r c a m p u s o e ~ 1. I , - - °
Winter no -~ ' A-. --,,-- -

sslushx fund case,
the Big Ten Faculty Representa-
tiv C estedytl nvriyo
,g '~lni os President oDavidiDr :Henry
- Coaches Pete Elliott, lHar-
fii- and Howard Braun are
oju the Illinois ath-
"ellh 21, Illinois
774 1
11ty gro._
1% (/ted Letters
Az% If' IArbor rIOPQR , liSo
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