SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PAGE SIX THE MlCH1GA1~J DAILY SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1967
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Wilson Fears Rail Strike I
To Develop From Walkout
LONDON OP) -Prime Minister
Harold Wilson's government warn-
ed Friday night it will take emer-
gency powers if a walkout by
brakemen grows into a nation rail
Labor Minister Ray Gunter call-
ed in rail union chiefs and deliver-
ed the warning as strikers around
the country forced cancellations
of hundreds of trains.
"I have explained to the Na-
tional Union of Railwaymen that
no government can stand by and
watch a developing paralysis of
train services," Gunter told news-
men later. i
Union official Albert Griffiths
said the government may declare
a state of emergency like it did in
the seamen's dispute last year.
The 15,000 brakemen are de-
manding a bonus of about 60 cents
a day because some 10 per cent of
their number are now required to
perform extra duties on trains
where the job of locomotive fire-
man has been abolished.
More than 900 trains were can-
celed Thursday, and more than
1,000 failed to run Friday.
Wilson had talks with Gunter
after returning from a visit to
Scotland and held himself ready to
intervene in the crisis.
The rail chaos is the latest in
a series of labor disputes which are
embarrassing Wilson at a time
when he is trying to get the British
economy moving again.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21
University Players Children's Theatre
-Cinderella: Trueblood Theater, 10:00
a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program - George
Kelly's The Show-Off: Lydia Mendels- Committee for the Teach-In on Drugs;
sohn Theater, 8:00 p.m. that the o mmittee be responsibleto
the Administrative Vice President: that
University Musical Society - Chain- its term end January 8, 1968; and that
ber Symphony of Philadelphia - Anshel Robert Hauert, Elaine Hoisington. Marty
Brusilow, Conductor: Rackham Auditor- Lieberman, and Lemar Morris be ap-
ium, 8:30 p.m. pointed to the Committee.
That there be established a Select
G' erarl Notices Committee on Freshman oWmen Or-
ganizing to get freshman women to
The Department of Romance Lan- take full advantage of SGC's recent
guages - Lecture by Lucien Gold- legislation concerning Freshman Wo-
mann, Professeur a L'Ecole des Hautes men's Hours: and that the Committee
Etudes (Sorbonne) "Le Theatre de Jean be responsible to the Administrative
Genet Mon. Oct. 23, Auditorium A, Vice President. have a term not to ex-
Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m. ceed six months, and consist of a
Chairman. apopinted by the Adminis-
The Department of Romance Langu- trative Vice President with the consent
ages - Lecture by Prof. Robert D. F, of Council, and an indefinite number of
Pring-Mill of St. Catherine's Colege other members appointed by the Chair-
Oxford, "The Conceptista Aesthetic,,; man in consultation with the Admin-
Wednesday, October 25, 3050 Frieze isttive ice rubensein be appointed
1p.m.Chairman of the Select Committee on
Now University of Michigan students Freshman Organizing.
many apply for the Tuskege-Hich. stu- Approved:
dent exchange for the second semester That SGC hereby urges the Board of
at Tuskege, Fbruary 2 to June 3, Regents immediately to implement
1968.Apiatis rteprograPart VI, Section 3, of the report from
be obtained from Mr. John Chavis or tePeietsAvsr eiwCm
Mrs. Betty Latoszewski in the Tuskegee mittee on Athletics regarding an ad-
Exchange Office, 1223 Angell Hall, 764- visory board on intramurals and rec-
9128. The form should be completed reation.
and returned to this office by Novem- The proposed motion would super-
ber 1, 1967. cede SGC's action of October 5, 1967,
setting up a study committee on the
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY subject.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL pproved:
AT ITS MEETING OCTOBER 19, 1967 That an Executive Secretary be ap-
Approved: pointed to assist the Executive Vice
That SGC accepts Alpha Phil Omega's President with her duties.
offer to take on the responsibilities of Approved:
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cord with the principles set forth
That SGC allocate $75 to the College
Republican Club to aid their College
That SGC allocate $75 from its Spon-
sorship Fund for the U of M Race Re-
That SGC allocate $250 to the Writer-
in-Residence Board and suggests that
the Writer-in-Residence Board make an
attempt to procure such funds as are
availablerfor the Writer-in-Residence
Board from the University of Michi-
That there be established a. Select
That the following be added to Sec-
tion (a) of Article 2 Rules Covering
the Use of the Fishbowl, Diag, and
Workshop: "Any organization which re-
serves a Fishbowl table for a specific
day and then finds that it cannot use
the table or does not need to use the
table, for any reason, shall notify both
the Alpha Phi Omega office and the
President of Alpha Phi Omega by 5:00
p.m. of the day preceding the day for
which the table has been reserved.
Failure to comply with this regulation
shall result in suspension of, the priv-
ilege of using Fishbowl facilities for
one month or in a fine of not more
than ten dollars.
That SoC send the following telegram
to Brooklyn College:
The University of Michigan Student
Government Council supports and ap-
plauds the students of Brooklyn Col-
lege in their efforts toremind the col-
!lege of its obligations to ensure the
rights of free expression.
That SGC send the following tele-
gram to University of Wisconsin:
The Student Government Council of
the University of Michigan supports
the strike by the students and fac-
ultyq at the University of lWsconsin,
protesting the brutal attack by the
city police on student demonstrators.
The University has traditionally been
the home of dissent within a free so-
ciety, When such dissent is met by
repression, it is time for the members
of the University community to assert
their rights of independent action.
That SGC buy for Opal Bailey, Office
Coordinator and Home Coming Queen
one dozen red roses to be presented
to her on or before Friday afterto'.
at 5:00 p.m.
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Sigma Theta Tau, first meeting of
yedr: Business meeting and program.
Oct. 24, 7:00 p.m., School of Nursing
Bach Club, meeting; talk by Dr David
Crawford on "Bach's Cantata no. 140,
a Union of the Sacred and the Secular,"
Thursday, Oct. 26, 8:00 p.m., Guild
House, 802 Monroe.
Unitarian Universalist Student Relig-
ious Liberals: Joint discussion with
Newman Club on "Problems of Doc-
trine and Ecumenism," 7:00 p.m., Oct.
22, First Unitarian Church, 1917bWash-
tenaw. Supper at 6:00. Members of
all denominations welcome.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, Oct. 22; 9:45 & 11:15 a.m.,
Worship Service with aPstor Scheips
speaking on "Grace Alone", 11:15 a.m.,
Bible Class discussion will continue on
Key Doctrines of the Reformation,
"Washing of Regeneration," 6:00 p.m.,
Gamma Delta Supper, 7:00 p.m~,Pres.-
Elect Fleming will speak at Rackham.
Lutheran Student Chapel - Hill St.
at Forest Ave., speaker Dr. Robben
Flemming "The Church and The
Campus," Oct. 22, 7:00 p.m.
La S ciedad Hispamica, vna reunion,
Oct. 23, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Friezbe.
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