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SUNDAY. DECI 31BER 3. 1967

SGC Incorporation Proposal

McCarthy

Seeks Financial Independence Addresses

ACROSS CAMPUS:
University To Honor One of Founders

(Continued from Page 1)
SOC dues. According to Sherman
the implicit dues collected by the
OSA as part of tuition would be
eliminated if SGC incorporates.
A referendum will then be held
as part of the SGC elections. A
majority of 75 per cent of the
students voting in the election or
3000 students, whichever is greater,
would be able to authorize the
amount of . the dues. Under the
proposed contract, the University
would then be responsible for col-
lecting the dues from all students.
Corporation status would also
allow SGC to do many things

which are now impossible under
the present system. It would have
the power to sue in court, obtain
loans, float bonds for long term
investments, and buy land.
Incorporation would make stu-
dent owned bookstores, grocery
stores, and restaurants possible. In
addition to giving discounts to stu-
dents, these stores could aid SGC
in forcing down prices of private
businesses.
- . According to Davis incorpora-'
tion will also "eliminate major
sources of friction between SGC
and the OSA, simply because all
the responsibility and energy will

be in the same place." He added I 7on veni on I
that incorporation is also advan-
tageous to the Regents, not only (Continued from Page 1)
because they would no longer be Sharp rebuke Friday from Texas
finanially responsible for SGC, 3ov. John B. Connally, who ac-
but because they would no longer ,used McCarthy of being a "stalk-
have to answer to the legislature ng horse" for Sen. Robert E. Ken-
or the public for SGC's actions. nledy (D-N;Y.).
SGC Action The text McCarthy prepared for
At its next meeting, SGC willbhe Conference of Concerned Dem-
discuss a motion to authorize )crats did not mention his awn
Davis, Sherman, and president andidacy but stressed the plat-
Bruce Kahn to enter negotiations form on which he is running: op-
:with the Regents about the pro- osition to Johnson's policy in the
posed contract. The contract is; It a warr which is morall
for a period of 25 years, but either "
part cantermnateit b wrong," McCarthy said.
pary cn trmnat itbygivingj Rep. Don Edwards {D-Calif.
the' other a year's notice. cl h ofrne Mcrh
od the conference McCarthy
According to Davis, SGC hopes:'
shares our concern about mill-

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Fereney Urges Dissidents
To Organize Within Party

that -the Presidential Cmme ;iple problems we face at home,"
on Decision Making will come out end added, "We must dedicate our-
in favor of most of SGC's recent selves to the nomination of this
actions when its report is made man for president." Conference
public January 15. They also hope readers withheld fiat endorsement
the new President will then rec- f McCarthy, however, and indi-
ommend that the Regents adopt ,ated at a news conference that
the recommendations of the Com- I a ih
th ld~i bU~tP~iU~

The University will honor one of! The Social Work-Social Sci-
its founders, the Rev. John Mon- ence Colloqium will sponsor a dia-
teith, by placing a memorial low Wednesday. Dec. 13, on "Econ-
momic and Social Implication of Al-
marker at his birthplace in Get-|traieApoce oIcm
tysburg, Pa., on Sunday afternoon, Maintenance."
Dec. 10. Participating speakers will be
The ceremony will conclude the Robert J. Lampman, Professor of
University's observance of its Ses- the University of Wisconsin's In-
quicentennial year. Monteith, a stitute of Poverty Research, and
Presbyterian minister in the fron- Alvin Schorr, Deputy Assistant
tier post of Detroit, Father Gabriel Secretary for Individual and Fam-
Richard, a Roman Catholic priest, ily Services of the U.S. Depart-
and Judge Augustus A. B. Wood- ment of Health, Education and
ward drew up the original charter Welfare.
for the University in 1817. It will begin at 3 p.m. at the
* * Rackham Amphitheater.
The School of Education will amA hher. -
present Mrs. Lena Gitter, lecturing The Henry Russel lectureship for
Monday, Dec. 4, on "Montessori 1968 has been awarded to H. R.
in Mississippi." The lecture will be
in room 1512 of University Elemen-
tary School at 3 p.m.
The film "Time for Change"
will also be shown at 7:30 in the O PEN 1
University Elementary School Au-
.$1.75 &$1.25 l
ditorium. Wed. & Thurs. A
The Concert Dance Organization
will present an evening of Modern UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGA
Dance on Thurdsay, Dec. 7, at 8 for the
p.m. in the Dance Studio of Bar-
bour Gymnasium. DEPT. OF SPEECH PROI
The evening's program will in- of
elude the performance of Doris
Humphrey's "Water Study" and D0ERET CMed
an improvisatory group work.
Several student compositions will
also be performed.
TH

Crane, chairman of the physics de-
partment.
Crane a major part in the de-
velopment of a new type of high
energy accelerator called the
"race track" synchrotron which
later served as a prototype for
many other accelerators.
* * *
Prof. Paul F. Zweifel of the De-
partment of Nuclear Engineering
has been appointed member of the
executive committee of the Re-
actor Physics Division of the
American Nuclear Society.
* * * *
Aubrey B. Hicks has been ap-
pointed to the new position of di-
rector of audits at the University.
Hicks, who has been assistant

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controller and business manager
for sponsored research, will over-
see all audit programs in the Uni-
versity.
4 ,*
Prof. L. M. Jones of the Depart-
ment of Aerospace Engineering
has been chosen to serve on a key
panel of the International Com-
mittee on Space Research.
Already a member of the COS-
PAR Panel on Remote Sensing of
the Atmosphere, he will also serve
on its Panel on the Dynamics and
Structure of the Neutral Atmos-
phere.

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TICKET

(Continued from Page 1)
candidate, I'm endorsing him."
Following Ferency's speech, the
convention adjourned for lunch
and workshop. discussions. John
Conyers (D-Detroit) was the
principal speaker at the luncheon.
Conyers pointed to "three basic
problems - war, racism and
poverty. Racism is the pervasive
and difficult one, and its solution
,will help solve the other two," he
said. Conyers said that- "racism
is not just black versus white -
it's the deeper struggle of black
versus black and white versus
white."
Violence
Conyers cautioned "those who
would resort to violence. Wait
until we've tried the political
process. Although we've been dis-
united in the past, we have a base
in Detroit where the 40 per cent
Negro population could combine
with the concerned 15 per cent
white population to solve our
problems."
Throughout his address, Con-
yers alluded unfavorably to De-
troit Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh

and "friends of minev
,done nothing for peac
rights.
"Cavanagh talks abou
ing Twelfth Street. Wh
we worry about seman
we should be worring ab
we can do to alleviate th
along Twelfth Street th
the summer riots."
Cavanagh
Conyers told The D
"Cavanagh has been un
face up to all the need
ghetto. It will take a Neg
to tackle these issues,"
There has been specula
Conyers might seek ther
self but he "absolutely
such a possibility. Con
The Daily that he was n
ting a "Dump Cavanag
ment, but was "operati
the assumption that Cav
not going to run for re
He's gotten himself intot
problems."
He also explained tha
not ready to join a "Dun
son" drive, and refused
ment on McCarthy's c

who have
e or civil

LES

mittee and, in the same spirit "John Kennedy set free the spirit
it renam- recommend that the Regents en- )f America," McCarthy said. "Quiet
by should ter into the contract which will ,ourage and civility became the
tics when allow incorporation. nark of American government, and
out what Davis said, "Incorporation of the new programs of promise and
le poverty SGC is in the interests of the of dedication were presented."
at caused University and the Regents; if 'Frustration'
they decide in favor of it, they The senator said the spirit of'
t h will do so for that reason. Once Kennedy's leadership has given;
aily that they've decided to approve it and way to "a mood of frustration, of
willing to have some experience with it, they anxiety, of uncertainty.
ds of the won't, I think, want to change "Instead of the language of
gro mayor it. romise and of hope, we have in
he said SGC Motivation politics today a new vocabulary in
ation that Commenting on the motivation which the critical word is war:+
post him- her incorporation, Sheran t be war on poverty, war on ignorance,
y" denied her"hoedatha t l obeai-war on crime, war on pollution.
yers told aewrpreted astthe UnivrsityemT aNone of these problems can be
ot initia- nonsense. It's the first step to- solved by war but only by per-
h"~ move-nnee.I'th fisepo- sistent, dedicated and thoughtful
wards a really viable communal attention."
ng under government on this campus." The at Then he turned to the Vietnam
vanagh 1s new financial capacity of SGC, war, calling it a conflict of ques-
e-election. he added, would enhance the over- tionable legality and constitution-
too many all influence of students. SGC ality; a war which is diplomatic-;
doesn't look at this as "a club to ally indefensible, a war which
tt he was be used against the University or "cannot stand the test of propor-
mp John- anyone else. It's a genuine con- tion and of prudent judgment.
to com- structive proposal to increase our
andidacy. ability to do things," he continued. "T Administration
"The message from the admin-
istration today is a message of
appirehension, a message of fear,I
yes-even a message of fear of:
Campus Calendar ! er"M~rh ad
"This is not the real spirit of
Amfeicar othybsaid. tati
t Charles 8:3 Op.m. - The Professional America. I do not believe that it
ni" and Theatre Program will present is. This is a time to test the mood,
ii" at the Studs Terkel's "Amazing Grace" and spirit."
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TUESDAY, DEC. 5
8:30 p.m. - The Professional
Theatre Program will present
Studs Terkel's "Amazing Grace"
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will present the University Sym-
phony Orchestra, Josef Blatt con-
ducting, at Hill Aud.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6
4:10 p.m.-The Department of
Speech Student Laboratory The-
atre Program will present Charles
Reinhold's "The Bikini" and
Douglas Sprigg's "The Jail" at the
Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg.
8:30 p.m. - The Professional
Theatre Program will present
Studs Terkel's "Amazing Grace"
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will present the "Chamber Music
of Paul Cooper" at the Rackham
Lecture Hall.:
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will present Beverly Williams, or-
ganist, at Hill Aud.
THURSDAY, DEC. 7
4:10 p.m.-The Department of
Speech Student Laboratory The-

atre Program will presen
Reinhold's "The. Biki
Douglas Sprigg's "The Ja
Arena Theatre, Frieze B

7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will present F. W. Murnau's "Sun-
rise" at the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m. -- The Professional
Theatre Program will present
Studs Terkel's "Amazing Grace"
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
FRIDAY, DEC. 8
7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will present F. W. Murnau's "Sun-
rise" at the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m. -- The Professional
Theatre Program will present
Studs Terkel's "Amazing Grace"
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
18:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will present the University Choir
a n d Philharmonica Orchestra,
Maynard Klein conducting, at
Hill Aud.
SATURDAY, DEC. 9
7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will present Alfred Hitchcock's
"Dial M for Murder" at the Ar-
chitecture Aud..

SUNDAY, DEC. 10
2:30 p.m. - The Professional
TheatreeProgram will present
Studs Terkel's "Amazing Grace",
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
7 and 9:05 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will. present Alfred Hitchcock's
"Dial M for Murder" at the Ar-
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