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mews, a purveyor of opinion, A. poser of
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lieve they have the answers. "What the
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T$'YRcbigan DAILY, se~n by
many observers of collegiate
journalism as the finest student
paper in the nation, is about to
be investigated.
The University of Michigan's
Board in Control of Student Pub-
lications has asked that the
Committee on University -Affairs
(FACUA) establish a committee
"to consider the properpurpose,
function, and responsibility of a
student newspaper in this uni-
versity community."
A resolution of the publi-
cations board asks that the new
committee investigate whether
"the existing arrangements at the
University of Michigan ade-
quately serve these goals."
DAILY editor Mark Killings-
'worth stated the Hoard's request
for an Investigation did not in-
dicate if such an inquiry might
lead to a limitation on the
DAILY's tradition of - editorial
freedom.

to expand its scope or turn
the problem to another more p-f '% .
resentative group.
Aformer DAILY staffer, W; "lk0
ter said that- the problem lv 0e
now been stated as "just wa' «e1, 24mac
vestigation of the relation Son s'42the llI4<.
board to the DAILY." 0 2i 0j h lav c
"This doesn't mean al f ( l 14
It's going to be a c a l - Fl I
move," said Winter he~eo I"'t'tO) 4i
that among the probl' 4lob It e~~ 012 a,
sed might be the , t'ts ,l
making the nAIL' , Pe, l0? ' Sf
and the possilE l> s cr - t'j 7c
Arbor campus, ' 1-/~ /,
Witer n' e21 Oj- ? 1 ~shse '
Isnow out ~ ~ '~~
board." Z C z s - Jo7 0 1
now conch t sQ?. a.~a l I 01. 22
wcom ig (0 11J 42t4orP11.f12 %.1010 ,- gy
the Ar% Ijl0 P e1 - X7011 ;i o f-
s C' vo I - !1 t1t "lt% ilj j.
in i~ oe I ht le4 24 Tl

o ~s slushfund case,
thle Big Ten Faculty Representa-
sb f. tives yesteday told University of
.'1inots President David D. Henry
'~Coaches Petd Ellioitt, Harw
1tr i'- and Howard Braun are
-)u the Illinois ath-
rat'ch 21. Illinois -
suspended
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