Friday, November 1, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
social action group
By RENA SELDEN
A new local organization of
psychologists and students con-
cerned with social problems has
formed in Ann Arbor as a result
of a re c e n t convention of the,
American Psychological Associa-
tion in San Francisco.
The group, Psychologists for So-
cial Action, plans several projects
in this area designed to "seek
alternatives to violence and cony
frontation in bringing about so-
Proposals include the formation
* By SCOTT MIXER
"A university must not be an
ivory tower," said Dr.. Nguyen Cao
Hach of the University of Saigon.
"I believe the American university
serves the community which sup-
Dr. Hach referred to widespread,
' student activism on U.S. campuses
as an indication of "much needed"
university involvement on contem-
* porary issues.
Hach is the spokesman for a
group of seven South Vietnamese
deans and college directors, cur-
rently studying the American edu-
* cational system.
The Vietnamese educatorswere
invitedto participate in a session
of the Pilot Program \at. Alice
Lloyd, affording an informal din-
ner and discussion atmosphere be-
tween the foreign guests and dorm
This was the first time that the
Vietnamese group had been able
to speak with university students
in the United States.
Dr. Hachsaid' he was very
pleased to discover that students
were "enthusiastic, informed and
sympathetic to the plight of the
Southi Vietnamese people."
Dr. Hach believes that the war
"has had atremendous effect on
the five major universities of
South Vietnam. "The draft laws
have hot affected the enrollment
to such a great degree," Hach
explained, "rather, Viet Cong ter-
rorizing has caused widespread
fear and destruction on cam-
He cited the University of Hue,
located 50 miles south of the
Demilitarized Zone, as a case
where more than 75 per cent of
the campus facilities - libraries,"
research labs, and living quarters
v have been totally levelled by ter-
of a consumer orientation pro-
gram and a professional systems
analysis of the city of Ann Arbor.
Other programs which have been
proposed are making speeches
about racism to community
groups, encouraging student in-
volvement in social problems in
the public school system, and in-
vestigating "ways and means to
correct racial imbalance in grad-
uate training programs."
Some professors have indicated
academic credit may be granted
for supervised research or reading
in the field. Professors who are
looking for free assistants for their
own research projects may find
them in this organization.
Eduardo Siguel, a graduate stu-
dent in psychology, gave an ex-
planation of the proposed con-
sumer orientation program. He
said information on bargains, de-
termined through comparative
shopping, would be disemminated
at a central location, and later
through a publication.
Budget guides and information
about the cost of credit would also
be made available. A further step
might involve consumer organ-
ization for economic power.
A systems analysis of the city
would entail a study of Ann Ar-
bor's city resources and depart-
a big bust
EAST LANSING () - Cows
competed with coeds at Michigan
State University yesterday in a
bust measurement contest, but!
student judges disqualified the;
Declared the winner was Cath-
erine Depuydt, a 19-year-old
sophomore from Holland, whose
vital measurements, after several
checks, were declared at 43% V
Runnerup was Gay Lynn, 21-
year old senior from Clarkston,
with 38%/ inches.
Only three girls and two cows
entered the contest. One girl ran
away crying, frightened by a
pusl ing and shoving mob of more
thaA 1,000 male students.
Several other coeds also were
scheduled to enter. but decided
against it when they saw the male
mob yelling and wolf-whistling at
the lone remaining female entries.
The contest was sponsored by
the SNOBBS, a group dreamed up
by Howard Gabe; a writer for the
State News, MSU campus news-
paper. The initial stood for State
News Organization Boosting Bux-
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'Danny the Red' sentenced
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