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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 4, 1968

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 4, 968

Engineers to host A CLUextends guidelines
Big Ten meeting on educationalfreedoms

By MARTY SCOTT
The University's Engineering;
Council will host a conference of,
representatives from each of the
other Big Ten engineering schools
here October 18-19.
Each of the nine universities in-
volved, (Indiana has no engin-
eering school) will have five rep-
resentatives ion, campus for two
days of meetings and workshops.
George Marek, cnairman of thel
committee planning the confer-
ence, said' the purpose of the
meeting will be "to further stu-
dent relations with other engin-
eering colleges in the Big Ten."
The various workshops to be
held during the conference will be
aimed at providing the represent-
atives with the opportunity toi
exchange ideas, methods, and
programs for improving their own

councils, Marek explained. This
will include discussion of some
of their common problems.
Another thing that the confer-
ence is expected to accomplish is
the laying of foundations for pro-
jects on which the schools could
work together. Among the pos-
sibilities suggested by Marek for
this type of cooperation is a drive
to encourage business and indus-
try to perform social services.
Each school would write to cer-
tain companies asking for infor-
mation on social services they
have performed.

NEW YORK (CPS) - The
American Civil Liberties Union
has extended guidelines recom-
mended for academic freedom
on the college campus to high
schools.
A policy statement recently
released puts into writing the
philosophy that ACLU has been
practicing at the secondary lev-
el for some time. It spells out
what the organization sees as
the rights of students and
teachers on subjects that have
resulted in controversy and le-
gal hassles across the nation-
"If each new generation is to
acquire a feeling for civil liber-
ties," the statement says, "it -can
do so only by having a chance
to live in the midst of a com-

munity where the principles are
continually exemplified. F o r
young people, the high school
should be such a community."
The guidelines oppose loyalty
oaths and call for the freedom
to teach controversial issues.
Union participation, including
the right to strike, is also en-
dorsed.
Teachers' rights outside the
classroom "are no less t h a n
those of other citizens." it adds.
Rights set out for students in-
clude dress, access to books, as-
sembly, publications, outside ac-
tivities, and due process in dis-
ciplinary actions.
"As long as a student's ap-
pearance does not, in fact, dis-
rupt the educational process, or

constitute a threat to safety, it
should be of no concern of the
school," ACLU believes. A sni-
dent is entitled to a formal hear-
ing and right of appeal when
serious infractions of rules are
involved, it argues
"No student should suffer a ny
hurt or penalty for any idea he
expresses.. . ."the statement
continues. "There should be no
interference with the wearing of
buttons, badges, armbands, or
insignia on the grounds that the
message may be unpopular.
The ACLU considers the aca -
demic freedoms set forth in the
statement more than a line of
defense. They are, it says. ")osi-
tive elements in the educational
process of a democracy." -
ININ'G

REGISTER YOUR BAND
WITH THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL NOW!
(We are now compiling a band
list to be made available to all
Michigan Frats)
CALL or WRITE the I.F.C. office
1510 S.A.B. -662-3162
STATE NAME OF BAND,
PERSON TO CONTACT and PHONE NUMBER
and TYPES OF MUSIC PLAYED
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Sentence blackI
PFP candidate
NEW YORK (R - Herman- B.
Ferguson, black candidate of the:
PeadTe and Freedom party for the
U.S. Senate, was sentenced yester-
day to 3%/-7 years in prison on his!
conviction of conspiring to mur-
der moderate civil rights leaders.'
'State Supreme Court Justice'
Paul Balsam delayed jailing Fer-
guson, pending an appeal. Fergu-
son is eligible for bail during the:
appeal and is expected to be free:
to campaign.
A former high school assistant
principal, Ferguson was convicted
with others in a plot to assassinate
such civil rights leaders as Whit-
ney Young, head of the Urban
League, and Roy Wilkins, execu-
tive secretary of the National As-
sociation for the Advancement of
Colored People.

Responses would then be made
available to graduating engin-
eering students to help them eva-
luate companies they might like
to work for. In this manner, Ma-
rek hopes to capitalize on -the
fierce employer competition for
young engineers to help stimulate
a company's social conscience.
The delegates, will arrive Friday
evening and be officially welcomed
by Gordon J. Van Wylen, Dean of
the University's School of Engin-
eering.
Saturday will begin with an or-
ganizational meeting. The group
will then be split into five work-1
shops - curriculum evaluation,
placement services, industry and
a l u mn i relations, engineering
council structures, and engineering
council' committees.
The conference will be conclud-
ed with a dinner banquet and an
address given by Edmund B. Fitz-
gerald, the president of Cutler-j
Hammer Inc., of Milwaukee, and
a graduate of the University.
The conference will be financed
by the School of Engineering in
all aspects except the transporta-,
tion costs of the individual dele-
gates to and from Ann Arbor.
However, Marek explained that
these costs will be picked up by
the other universities.

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