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By SUSAN ELAN
X.-soc~iate Managing Editor
CAMBRIDGE, Mas. The Na-
t Cdet for a
Democratic Society (SDS) votedI
yesterday to hire and train 30,
full-time regional teacher-organiz-
,°rs, to move the headquarters of
the Radical Education Project
(REP) from Ann Arbor to Chi-
cago, and to give full support to
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for meeting the immediate educa- W al
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chapters. This will entail the dis- ;,Y '\19
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aid in campus organizing on such ~
issues as student power and the
draft.
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fluential than the Michigan Daily at the
University of Michigan here, and Clarence
Panrto is what is making the Daily move
these days.
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pa~per. An intense, energetic young man,
:e infuses the paper with the same seri-
os mnion lie displays in carefully answer-
in. a v "sitor's questions.
To him, the paper is a disseminator of
i-iews, a purveyor of opinion, a poser of
tiuestions, and a forum for those who be-
lieve they have the answers. What the
paper prints, he emphasizes, is not always~

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Michigan DE
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T1IM- Whigan DAILY,_ seen by
many observers of collegiate
journalism as the finest student
paper in the ° nation, is about to
be investigated.
The University of Michigan's
Hoard in Control of Student Pub-
lications has asked that the
Committee on University Affairs
(FACUA) establish a committee
"Ito consider the properpurpose,
function, and responsibility of a
student newspaper in this uni-
versity community."s
A resolution of the publi-
cations board asks that the new
committee investigate whether
"Ithe existing arrangements at the

DNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1967
oilly-Finesty1
-Uner Study
to expand its scope or turn I
the problem to another morep-x
resentative group. x~
A-former DAILY staffer, W} 1e
ter said that. the problem rl vq0z
now been stated as "just a'2'0014
vestigation of the relation olsl ls?
board to the DAILY."' stth a jw41a
"This doesn't mean r(4(4 ' 11
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move," said Winter )be,. o% '?t 2O/4
, that among the p roble4' 1j Y~el2 04 i CI~
sed might be the T Lle Q'l, 41- t' ?)
making the DAIL' 0 se ~ 1490 c lj- Y<,rS
and the possibil - ta ,j , '~ ij ('a q - Ve
Arbor campus,.O. s 11 il, '" r, . {1
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9 ~s ushi fund Cases
the Big Teni Faculty Representa-
L ives. yesterday told University of
"1inois President David D. Henry
5 'x'7 Coaches Pete' Elliott, liar-
-and Howard Braun arm
1. III the Illinois .ath-
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