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Page Ten

THE' MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 11, 1970

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 11, 1970

Residential College discusses

PARSONS CASE:

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changes in 'core'

curriculum,

(Continued from Page 1)
College's curriculum committee
and Representative Assembly, the
RC's decision-making body of stu-
dents, faculty members and ad-
ministrators.
The revised proposal would be
presented for discubsion at an-
other RC meeting, Robertson
said. After action by the Repre-

sentative Assembly, it would then
go to the literary school's cur-
riculum committee which must
approve all academic program
changes along with the LSA ex-
ecutive committee.
At the close of the meeting,
Robertson said he supported the
general themes of the proposal.
However, he expressed reserva-

tions concerning course
offered in the proposal.

options

CSJ orders suspension lifted
(Continued from Page 1) Clarke Cogsdil, Richard Feldman, states, "Any member of the Uni-
dependent, fair, and impartial ju- Christopher Fry, Jerome Gold- versity Community substantially
diciary with jurisdiction in all berg, George Miles. Robert Par- affected by the alleged misconduct
sons, William Sacks and Andrew of a student, group of students, or
cases the outcome of which could Schecter, violated SGC rules con- student organization, may bring a
be expulsion, suspension, fine, or cerning student conduct when they case before the Judiciary."j
other University disciplinary ac- "significantly interfered with the By ruling not to hear the case,
,ion." free movement of persons and CSJ maintained that the literary
Article 19 further assures "the constituted an intentional disrup- college was not substantially af-

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Better than ever films

(Continued from Page 1)
the visible life of a city. He com-
ments upon it in contrasting shots
of individual old-timers and march-
ing youth; a black carrying a shop-
ping bag from Sears stopping into
a barber college to shake hands
with a look-alike of Lincoln.
It seems this was a night for the
comic. Pssht was a well-tuned gag
on the ever-increasing dependence
Americans have on the sound of
gas escaping from a tin can and
propelling out all manner of fore-
ign substances. In this case, every-

thing from Sen-Sen to the gas
which in the end neatly bumps off
a hood. The Guest was another
brief gag, shot in rapid motion, a
young man neatly m a k e s two
young women sipping from both
the cup of life and that of Lipton.
There is a tendency to program
the better films as the week goes
on. No doubt a major decision is
that between ENACT and the Fes-
tival, but in this case it is rap-
idly becoming clear that the
Eighth Ann Arbor Film Festival
is a filmic event not to be missed.

The meeting then broke up into
small group sessions and recon-
vened after an hour to hear re-
ports from the caucuses. Soie
concern was expressed by the
groups over specific recommenda-
tions, but favor was shown for the
general concept.
Beyer wins post
Prof. Robert E. Beyer of the
zoology department has been
elected to membership in the
3iophysical Society at its annual
meeting in Baltimore.
Prof. Beyer, a member of thej
program committee for cellular
and molecular biology in U-M's
graduate school, participated in
formation of the Biophysical So-
ciety's new bioenergetics division.
He will serve as the division's co-
chairman for the next two years.

right to judicial due process, in-
cluding a speedy trial, confront-
ation of plaintiff and his witnesses,
counsel, presumption of innocence,
protection against cruel or un-
usual punishment, and appeal."
CSJ ordered Hays to appear be-
fore the court on Mar. 24 to
show causewhy the temporary or-
der lifting the suspension should
not be made permanent.
CSJ's second decision last night,
not to proceed with the case
against nine LSA students, was
made at a pre-trial hearing.
The literary college charged
that the students, Randall Clarke,

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The complaint claims the de- Engineering Bldg.
fendants were participating in a Ann Arbor attorney Richard Ry-
demonstration against a DuPont an. managing the case for the
Co. recruiter on Jan. 29. literary college, asked the court to
Co-Counsels for the defense, law . hear the case on the grounds that
students Neal Bush. Mel Feffer- the college was indeed substan-
men, and Alan Kaufman, claimed tially affected by injury to its
that Hays and the literary college reputation caused by the incident,
were not proper plaintiffs for the and that the college was delegating
case.; its disciplinary authority in the
CSJ Manual for Procedure case to CS.J.

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tion of a University functon.

fected by the disruption at the

Phone

764-0558

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BONNIE AND CLYDE 7 & 9:30 P.M.
starring Warren Beatty and Waye Dunaway
directed by Arthur Penn
March 20, 21-Fri., Sat.
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starring Peter Sellers, George C. Scott
directed by Stanley Kubrick

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starring Cary Grant, DouglasI
and Sam Jaffe as GungaDin

7 & 9:30 P.M,
Fairbariks, Jr.,

March 27, 28-Fri., Sat.
BEDAZZLED . 7 & 9:30 P.M.
starring Dudley Moore, Raquel Welch
Sin and satire in English style
March 29-Sun.
REBECCA matinee--i & 3 P.M.
starring Sir -Laurence Olivier
directed by Alfred Hitchcock

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