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Vol. LXXX, No. 83 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, January 10, 1970 Ten Cents

Eight Pages

Committee
for student
N+
Nominees:
Youthful,
diverse

names c
services

andidates

VP

post

Fleming may make
choice next week
By JUDY SARASOHN

* - :President Robben Flen
1 The list of candidates for of five nominees for vice pr
vice president for student whom are 35-years-old or y
aservices revealed yesterday byesTdeit o addts
members of the Student Rela- studnt faculty search con
....-... d . tions Committee includes five yesterday by a member of
individuals who representt e
P dnumber of different fields andBed;esdr.
UEEbackgrounds. The president said last
will be ready to bring his c
^*Despite their diversity, the at their meeting next Thursaea es oetigTu
? a ~~~~~in c om mon: they are all young- Acrigt h R
under the age of 35. Two of the the vice residential
ByTA MYJAOB W-Trhhevigtn,32 iRa' DCy-Tpi: RC ( p rfuphostuen ad ac
drar. -Theres oi candidates are black, one is a office of religious affairs
'woman, four are from the stateskn am ecer i th
yWrooe alv efresyourcparits Guski. hstoblc addaeas hlscmint e c ted inth ft
nrtnc ip i'me it home fO of Michigan and one is from out- Steinberner gnA Ao
uof-state nom nneArnnomrbor
This scene was re-enacted many times last night as the Michigane r torney and recent University gn
hockey team narrowly defeated Colorado College 8-7. The two They were all selected by a uate; Carol Leland, an official
teams will face each other again at 8 p.m. tonight. See Page 7. joint student-faculty search com- the College Entrance Examinat
mittee originally appointed by Board;and Prof. Walter Shervi
Preh- d sd C g sy Tnsg e e deeg msnsd s "ston, a psychiatrist in the medi
DUE NEXT WEEK: March, 1969. The committee madescol
__rpt_______rr____thm__t______d its nominations to Fleming in De- Nechiter Fle , nor m isr
cem ber shortly a f t e r classes .rr se h a " m the searc h com m ittee w ould c
s yr y d h t thnUn yg.nnended, firm whether the list of nomin
Srae l c douPeter Steinberger, 27, is the i Fccurate.
youngest on the list. Steinberger n n gn'owe.Ths......n.....rbad.s busp
is a 1966 g k aduate of the Univer-d, ee t e eeton comn
h d s n d mmf h s it y L a w S c h o o l . H e i s ac e t bhs t erfi d t h e l t o f n am e s w
gradet~tttelu s yrtu mbr," W -employed by the Ann Arbor Legal nt les ed.
Aid Clinic. promseit h Flemingpa t o a l
BTAM y J AOBS. Un lery Seino, 3, is ak, gnsDais-Tho.aT s R. Copi for further student and facu
psengnrwithew W r myfu2 ngd m st sibem Y n r n iuergssr"os amhs .sdthiatrist'recentlysappointedyas'" mt sd the nomination
pSues wmissn w chfuldparent be Tersnd in an instructor min sthemedicalone Rakth" nar itthlprzike"g 'i g i in imte memsiont he sea
last semester's low grades by snatching your transcript from school.. Shervington, one of the comBnmitsen.eadswan thedlst
your home mailbox before your parents can see it. This; two black candidates, also holds A"ll ip o1weasetto the public, Borenstcdure
transcripts didn't make it home for Christmas vrea- an appointment as a lecturer in m bye said, but Fleming had objected
wnte aca-n reamog the law school.g Lhe' smhP p srglheP- tir ere
(1t011. 0 Carole Leland, 35, is the only ..5 Student Government Cour
Asopiafor theRegisetr esoulas oe s ayhthat radne out-of-state nominee recommend- T t h ma sPresident Marty McLaughlin
pot aing any longer ha n ed by the search committee. She c gm I h,,ember ofRide
usualsbutg therdifference of a sfewdays in the academic is currently serving as an official n.e o p le s5 - R-e 1Lf- - t with Fleming Wednesday dI
csal r nwill cause transcripts to be sent out almost two of the College Entrance Examina-nm g, with generalities concerning
.n A-weeks later than they swere tion Board. office, not wth personalities.
Vlast year. Consequently, while~ Alan Guski, 32, is a lecturer By AL: SHACKELFORD game of wits fought'by a group of repainting of the sign, which as, SRC will meet with the se
yt s , st ah eredys.p in the Residential College in psy- This is one struggle the people students calling themselves the of yesterday said "Regent's Pla- discussing the candidates, butf
cie s t a he tchooy and a project director at will win," vows a bearded Blue "Canadian Blue Panthers" a n d za" is imminent and could take architecture college, said his
scripts will arrive at home the Institute for Social Research. Panther revolutionary, speaking' another group calling itself "the place "some night around about scheduled with Fleming.
AnnArorwit Shortgly.a ( GuyskinMnda. for"mehernlyay de hw tsersdvedwenainw ithees
shrtly. uski n for s in e of the battle over the name of the University." midnight." He fondled a can of lem.ingsareey ese y
e E1 Volunteers in Service to America sign in Regent's Plaza. This bat- According to a scoreboard posted ysblue spray paint as he spoke. eing si he ipestn
fo r n Crkat ih Un- Exm kor ther y96 faser B-s(VISTA)sprogram, Kcandidates. said he believe
y b Ii ended on Dec. 17, "so we were abled tie, begun last term, seems to be Tin the SAB office of SGC coor-'snWe wouldhave repainted the' Regents next week only if the
to work around the Christmas " Hubert Locke, 35, is currently growing more heated as the win- I dinating Vice President Bruce Wil- sign sooner, but it was too cold," te the me t
holidays and mail out most of the serving as director of the office ter becomesdcolder, son, the score in the battlegishnowhewentondthefresvlsetheappo
ol u z ngrades by late December," Wool- ofrliious affairs atwoaynse State k One minute the sign says "IRe- People 713 and Regents a puny reouinr(elmgh eqe-idctd
pUL r I L ndtI ley explains. Universdd it osckewh is blagents Plaza," and the next it is 100. This score is compiled bytioned.Anyway, the plant work- One candidate Fleming ha
Te h -was formerly employed as an ad- repainted to say "People's Plaza." totaling up the hours in which the ers have something which takes believes there may have been
Anegnerfrth tteWtrexam day was Dec. 20, and grades ministrative assistant to former You never can be quite sure what sign says either "People's Plaza". enamel off the sign:' terday said he told Fleming's
eioeur om s ae d ano d t b ee i Detroit Police Commissioner Ray the name of the plaza between or "Regent's Plaza," counting from As tt t e h the i t would e
Reore omsincagdwr outer deseatrnyed ing Tntilt mAgnso iftboksdueemsphafsizeml ,sthe eshta itanothel smwirth fthe predidents.uld"anyvet
yeserdy tat nivrsiy rseachDec 23, "which took us right into Girardin. Ithe SAB and the Union is at any Dec. 6, the day of the first re-stugefrcnolfthsinsbenved
a rt hatWi rnt hared ao the o e sas d The five nominees were selected o n e moment without first con- painting by the Blue Panthers,,,truegeoplesntrulethe Pn-biteim
facilities t Willow Ru are autngihelholidadechbdule," sysaWdol-rat-uerpeoplesortrugg'e.the Pan-mSin Berger tclimedatneds
to the o ey by the search committee following suiting the sign. A spokesman for the Panthers,thespokesman pointed out that not meet under those conditio
tiemonoi o urs oteek roesigiwih-salytae nine months of-. interviews and The struggle to control the sign who called himself the chairmanj "the masses have occasionalCreI
about six working days, was, research, is escalating into a half-serious of the sign division, hinted that done the job for us."alyFemn'ofi.
Ca drs in ge ar ena er mn t a n t ve ningsof a n. e sPlant m anager A. B. Veker, less commno the e .
varsitsiofils, Brn etalthough the office of the regis-sinct "hed y ith Pathe . deoloa ae ra Ne has e e ai
in the -Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area, trancwaseopenihroughoutdmostg incihrdCtellf h
Wayne annistn, a bsin ew !ir s stops sellin g" tex tb ook s questions involved in the struggle!.sneRcadCulrlf h
Wan ensoabsne-of the holidays. Woolley expectsan moeccredwt th
gineer, charged nine companies almost all of the transcripts to'benan orkn conceekds" iuthe Noehe
inth Yslatiaeaan fu i miedou b ex Mnay svproblem of the sign itself, admits elwilrtntohrfr
in. the Ypsilantimae ansoun. mied otnbyh nextMo!"ay. U rs faetbks. 1that'"wehaven'hanyrgdeanhontrypresident when a new vice presi
wannt rbrwithpolluting.local"Ithinkit'stotallyridiculous!"'Inacofis ou n t bsto e stop the repainting of the sign." Interviewed yesterday, mei
waewy.says Paul Travis, '73. "How can 3ti con "We haven't found the guy were divided on the question of
Disposing waste Into the Wil-j you start a new course if you wh'jongi e,"Vkrsy t tepulc
low Run Creek along with Uni- I don't know whether you passed By ALLISON COOKE Hallen explained that both ris- of books necessary for such a Pla'sdn t oredtVry s.trikyedpubcto. rf oe a
versity laboratories, he said, are the prerequisite." Faced with the establishment of ing labor costs and taxes have ' service. This will reduce the store's manuverkoers i roetheC rist kyh- Eatioemmrsof heBr
three General Motors plants -! Ellen Pall, '73 explains that "it a University student bookstoreI contributed to the shrinking profit taxes. idaysvetaking the plrsatso tereleae the nmems. o h
the Hydra-matic Division, the Che- really doesn't matter to me; I I Waher's University Bookstore hasI margin. Instain the pastteverloyershaeleIsigeTheapu the plaesehic
vrltMtrDvsoadtheknow I'll get all A's and B's." decided to discontinue its textbook B icninigistxtok'i Reets lza"bc nBaritt said the search co
Fisher Body Division plants, all at Many students, however, find service.,ydsotnin t etokadded, the increasingly small:sad"entsPza"bc onurrlaeofhelitwldr
Willow Run. out their grades early by giving "The profit margin on textbooks service, Wahr's will be able to re- profit margin on textbooks hasthsinltWeeda.otecniae."Aye
duce its staff of employes. The resulted in an overall smaller Accodngt the BluedatPanthere
Anns Arbor plants charged with their professors a self-addressed{ has become almost non-existent," thecstrggl fo the soetie,"Barantexlaied
disposing waste into the H o n e y 'postcard before vacation starts.,'according to Manager Leo Hallen. cu"ilWncueeohuljnupr-srf t orakevespokesman, Another member of the sea
Creek drainage area were Uni- An upperclassman summarized He says the planned student book- ibimeemkys,"lest rakd.evenpronftt-sgn s beingvaidedNbyethetfactthat
versity Microfilms, Braun-Brumn- the agony of late transcripts( store makes it unnecessary for In addition, elimination of the beoso w H a ten aiteroftas the guys in the Plant Dept. don't ! heoever.i"Non of heeasn did
field, Inc., Goetzcraft Printers, groaning, "I don't "know if I pass-+ Waher's to continue stocking all textbook department will enable 'bcm olwta ars cannot like working on weekends."tepsiiiyo ees n:
Inc., and Gelman Instrument. ed anything!" 'University textbooks.I Wahr's to cut the large inventory support the huge staff necessary --- -- - ---- --- ------------

ing is presently considering a list
resident for student services, all of
ounger.
which was submitted bya joint
nmittee last month, was released
Senate Assembly's Student Rela-
eming discussed the list with SRC
; night he is uncertain whether he
,hoice to the Regents for approval
,day and Friday.
member, the five candidates for
are Hubert Locke, director of the
at Wayne State University; Alan
e psychology department; Peter
at-
red-
of
ion
cal
of,
lees
re-
em
o
~alt<.
te Peiet lmn
arch committee tomorrow to continue
SRC Chairman Joseph Wehrer, of the
conimittee has no further meetings
in the process of interviewing the five
s he will bring a sngle name to the
ese Interviews are concluded In time.
cl be postponed until next month, he
as not met with is Steinberger who
a misunderstanding. Steinberger yes-
secretary that any interview he had
,o be public and a Daily reporter would
cretary told him the president would
ns and he has not heard since from
dentify the nominees, said he had no
;ting vice president for student affairs
post in June 1968. Fleming said Mrs.
mer post of special assistant to the
dent is chosen.
bers of SRC and the search committee
whether the names should be released
ritt, a member of the search commit-
committee had tacitly agreed not to
mmittee was concerned that prema-
sult in unfair criticism of one or more
eorth his salt has angered someone,
arch committee, Borenstein, disagreed,
ates have expressed displeasure with
ames," he said.

NORTH CAMPUS CONSTRUCTION

ICC

to open

new co-operative

By JEFF ROSS
The opening of a new $1.24 million co-op
on North Campus is now scheduled for
next fall. Construction has already begun
on the structure, planned by Inter-Coope-
rative Council (ICC).
The Department of Housing and Urban
Development is providing the funds at the
low interest rate of three per cent. It is the
first loan granted by HUD's College Hous-
ing Program to a student-owned co-op.
ICC, with a membership of 350, now
owns 11 houses on central campus with 20

The size of the new building has been
criticized by some students now living in
co-ops. Many feel the character of the old
houses will be lost in the modern architec-
ture.
"It's too big and too modern," one girl
complained about the new structure. Her
friend agreed, "I don't like central cooking
instead of having the kids do it. I like the
way it's done here."
ICC has tried to combat the problem of
size by subdividing the building into 18
houses with 12 students in each.
"The whole thing depends on their abili-

Forty students have already applied to
live on North Campus. One student who
plans to live there commented, "I like
luxurious living, and the houses on campus
are old." But he continued, "I like the type
of kids who live in co-ops. It's a natural
atmosphere."
Canadian architects Elmar Tampold and
J. Malcolm Wells designed the quadrang-
ular, three-story building that will encircle
Ann Arbor's second highest hill.
The ground floor will have four dining
rooms and two kitchens. Rooms will be
provided for study and large group activi-

Sor a Lexi ooK aepartment.
"It's hard for a smaller store to
carry texts," commented Hallen.
"We've carried textbooks since
1883, but we feel we have filled our
obligation to the University and
students and the service we for-
merly provided will be taken care
of by the new bookstore,'' Hallen
said.
The change at Wahr's will be
effective immediately. A 10 per
cent discount on textbooks cur-
rently in effect is intended to clear
the present inventory.
This will make way for the
general books the store plans to
carry in the future, including
some specialized books and art
books with an emphasis on paper-
backs.
Ned Shure, manager of Student
Book Service, said he was sorry

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