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PAGE SIX

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER I20, 1967

Board of Governors
Takes Hours Action

Agitation Continues
As Arrests Increase

Systems are
b USS
everyone'
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That means you can prove yourself sooner here
At Sanders, what you are is as important as what you can do -
what you contribute to the development of new systems. And because
our interdisciplinary team approach will challenge you with
problems beyond your specialty, you prove yourself sooner.
The assignments are demanding, but the rewards are commensurately
high. Comprehensive benefits, including 100% pre-paid tuition,
and liberal salary schedule make the opportunity hard to match. More
significant, Sanders is an action company, its outstanding growth
provides real security and its multi-scientific disciplines assure you

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The Board has requested that
a report be compiled surveying
parents, residence hall, staff, and
students on the changes. The re-
port will be submitted to the
board in January, at which time
the parental permission clause will
be re-examined.
The second resolution, for resi-
dential college housing passed by
the Board differs from the first
one in that it supports the col-
lege's request for abolition of hours
without the necessity of paren-
tal consent.
Dean Robertson of the Resi-
dential College explained the re-
quest for elimination of hours and
for waiver of the parental per-
mission requirement as follows:
"The Residential College encour-
ages its students to take responsi-
bility for their own academic af-
fairs. To deny them responsibility
for their personal conduct as well
would be inconsistent with our ob-
jectives. Students should make
their own rules and take their own
responsibilities."
Mr. Racheter suggested that the
experiences of the Residential
College, operating without paren-

Two other resolutions, concern-
ing open-open policies and the
composition of the Board itself,
were introduced but tabled.
The East Quadrangle staff pre-
sented two recommendations con-
cerning visiting policy in the dor-
mitories. First, that the passage
concerning pre-marital intercourse
in the dormitories (which states
that the University finds is "un-
aceptable " be stricken from the
University rules, and second, that
the University relinquish its reg-
ulation of open-open policy, vest-
ing control in the individual
houses instead.
A proposal to add three student
members to the Board of Gover-
nors, was also set aside.
At a council meeting Wednesday
night Frost House in Markley
passed the following resolution re-
garding visitation hours:
"Each individual corridor in
Frost House shall have maximum
visiting hours from noon to mid-
night Sunday through' Thursday
and noon to 1:00 a.m. Friday and
Saturday under the following con-
ditions: A card shall be placed
on the outside of each participa-
ting room if the door is closed; the

SConunued from PU..C ticipating in the demonstration
cott of classes today. Reports cir- re planning to go to Washing-
culating the campus last fight In Oakland, pickets opened a
rumored that the faculty would path voluntarily for seven busloade
also boycott all classes, of nw recruits. An eighth unload-
The college has asked that all ed later at a side entrance.
charges on the 46 students except No arrests were made in contrast
for Gordon, who they call the to the 36 carried away in paddy-
"ringleader," be dropped. Last wagons on the three previous days.
night the court had not yet work-
ed out negotiations with the col- But rallies were held on eam-
lege. puses in the San Francisco Bay
The students arrested in Chi- area to recruit more protestors for
cago were some of the 150 parti- today. An estimated 2,500 turned
cipating in a picket of the induc- out on the Berkeley campus of the
tion center organized by the Chi- University of California.
cago Area Draft Resistance. In Washington the Justice De-
Violence erupted when one youth partment has received "a sub-
burned his induction notice inI stantial number" of draft cards
front of the center. Several dem- in the mail during the past week
fontaos th ceer.Sveala dr -and is sending them to the FBI
o dnstrators who were "planning on for investigation, an official said
civil disobedience" then rushed the Thursday.
bdoor of the mcente, which wS But he said he could not esti-
blocked by helmeted polic . mate how many cards the depart-
Several arrest were made at this ment has received since several
point, but in a second rush, a few antidraft groups began urging
students made it partway into the young men to turn in their Selec-
building before they were caught tive Service doucuments last Mon-
and arrested, day.
All those arrested were released He said most of the cards were
on bail. sent in by a group calling itself
No action is planned for today "The Resistance," of 5 Beekman
in Chicago, as most of those par- Place, New York City.
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tal permission for elimination of roommates permission is required
hours, would provide an opportun- to participate.
ity to see how it works before im-- At present one floor of the house
plementing the plan on a Uni- has approved the maximum hours
versity-wide basis. with a two-third majority.
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IN CHINA'"
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speaking on
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