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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 18, 1968

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, September 1 8, 1968

ALUMNI RECOMMENDATION:

Voice organizational meeting

1w sororitiesirace sanctions presents issues to members
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tation in accepting the clause.
Not only does the national organ-
ization often own the sorority
house, but it can revoke the chart-
er granted to the house and thus'
force it out of existence.
Nor are these idle threats. Last

year the national of Zeta Tau
Alpha revoked the charter of its
Albion chapter when that chapter
admitted a black girl..
So sororities face a dilemma-
whether to bend under national
pressure and reject the clause, or
heed threats from Panhel and ac-

STA, l'andlords agree
to begin negotiations

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the inspector to their buildings
without notifying them first. But
unfortunately, the nature of the
specific complaipts we handled
last weekend demanded immediate
attention."
Students hope the negotiations
will lead to agreements on an
eight-month lease policy, an un-
derstanding of the use of damage
deposits and a system for having
tenant complaints handled quick-
ly and efficiently.
Although Banhill made no
comments concerning the goals of
the landlords, SHA niembers in-
dicated the landlords are seeking

cept it. For as a member -of Pan-{
hel, a sorority is granted rushing
priviledges-the only means it has
to gain new members. If Panhel
chooses, it can refuse to allow a
house to participate in rush.
The report of the Panhel mem-
bership committee, slated for re-
lease Oct. 2, will be subject to re-
view by an SGC membership -com-
mittee. If the committee does, not
find the report satisfactory, it has
the power to rule on the status of
the 15 houses as legitimate student
organizations.
But since many locals still have
not met in.,national convention,
the deadline for complying with
the ruling will probably be extend-
ed to at least 19,70.
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By STEVE ANZALONE of the three student or faculty
Voice-SDS voted last night to,- members of the council could vetoi
opoe eleton ofoffis and tlegislation. The other veto could
postpone election of officers and be exercised by the Faculty As-i
discussion of structural changes sembly or SGC. Concerning the
involving officers until its n e x t Judiciary, Davis said that t h er
-eg complexity of its structure guar-
The organizational meeting in- anteed the students due process.t
cluded presentations of various Last year's controversy involv-£
issues to Acquaint new people with ing the University classified re-r
the workings of SDS, search was reviewed by Bruce Le-
Jeff Schneider spoke about pos- vine for the benefit of the new1
sible curriculum revisions Voice SDS members. Levine said Voice
will support in the coming semes- abided by the results of the stu-
ter, including the removal of phy- dent referendum last year by1
sical education and language re- which it refused to repudiate all'
quirements. classified research. Levine urged
Mh-imael Davis, Grad, outlined thatVoice make it an issue again
'theplanfor the proposed Uni- this year.
versity Council and the new Judi- Eric Chester discussed the role
ciary system. Davis said the UC of the New Politics in the upcom-
has two vetoes built into it. One ing elections. Chester mentioned
is an internal veto, in which one that NP party is seeking "to buildE
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While Chester was speaking, one
member raised objection "to being
pushed through the programs" of
the agenda. She moved that the
agenda not be followed. 8 o m e
members, including Levine, ar-
gued that the agenda was neces-
sary to acquaint new members
with what Voice was doing.
Others said that it was more im-
portant to "talk politics." The
motion was defeated.
The motion was then made to
postpone considerations and elec-
tions of officers to the next meet-
ing. The motion passed and the
meeting split into workshops to
discuss the presentations of the
evening.

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guarantees of an SHA effort to
conduct a campaign aimed at
having students maintain decent
apartments and to pay their rent
on time.
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the pegotiations are successful he
said last night "If there are no
indications of productive\.results
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