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Summary of action taken by Stu-
ent Government Council at its meet-
ag April 15, 1959.
Approved minutes of previous meet-
Appointed Richard James Ugdretz to
.1 the Council vacancy for a term to
cpire with the November 1959 elec-
ons and issued the following state-
ent in regard to this appointment,.
1) "That the selection of Mr. Ugor-
z was based solely upon the petition-
ig and interviewing process, and in
Lew of /the Interviewing Committee
as the finest selection to serve the
est interests of the student body.
2) That it is the ruling of the Chair
a regard to the seating of Michael
ishman to fill 'this vacancy that any
ppointing procedure is a direct re-
ult of action taken by the Council or
f members of the Council. This par-
cular appointing procedure originat-
1 with the violation of election rules
rd falsification of financial statement
y Michael Fishman which caused the
ouncil to refuse to seat him as a
ember which, in turn, created a va-
ancy on the Council to be filled by
ppointment- procedure. Thus, the ap-
ointing procedure was a direct re-
ult of the election rule violation. Thus
GC could not' justifiably appoint,
[ichael Fishman to the vacancy which
e himself created. Therefore, it would
e logically absurd and parliamentarily
npossible to seat Mr. Fishman in this
3) That the vote on tlje motion to
eat Mr. Ugoretz on the Council was
4-0 with one abstention."
The action to appoint Mr. Ugoretz
nd to issue a statement was taken in
,xecutive Session. A constituents' time
ras allowed prior to moving into Ex-
cutive Session, during, which time the
louncil received a petition on behalf
f seating Michael Fishman which was
aid to contain signatures of 1,100 stu-
Upon recommendation of the Execu-
Lye Committee, the following ap-
ointments were 4pproved:
Orientation Study Committee: Al
[aber, Tom Patterson, Philip Power.
Human Relations Board: Ellen Lewis,
rlene Wolinsky, Paul Litcher, Bart
iurkhalter, John Quinn.%
Driving Regulations Administrative
3oard: Ronald Bassey.
Driving Regulations Revisions Com-
nittee: Ronald Bassey, R. Bruce John-
on, Betsy Varley, Robert Alan Haber.

Finance Committee: Joan Comiano,
John Quinn.
Interviewing and Nominating Com-
mittee: Roger Seasonwein, Wendy Har-
ris, Sue Rockne.
Received finance report.
Heard report on plans being present-
ed to the Clarification Committee.
Approved the following activities:
April 27: Hillel Foundation, cultural
program, "Songs of Many Lands,"
Martha Schlamme, folksinger, 8:30
p.m., Hillel Foundation.
IFC-Panhel Greek Week:
May 11: Sing, 7:30 p.m., Hill Aud,
May 13: "Pick-Up" Jazz Concert, 7:30
p.m., steps of Clements Library.
May 16: Picnic at Island Park, 11:00
a.m., to include group games.
Tabled a motion to grant recogni-
tion to the Baptist Student Union un-
til further relative information is avail-
Approved motion directing that a
letter be sent to recipients designated
by the Michigan Region NSA in sup-
port of the USNSA policy relating to
the proposed Extension of University
Education Bill in the Union of South
Africa, and endorsing the protest to
the proposed legislation contained in a
letter from the Michigan Region NSA
setting \ forth the following:
1) Reaffirms its condemnation of all
forms of racial discrimination and seg-
regation in education, believing that
these can never give equality of edu-
cation to all students, regardless of
race, color or creed.
2) Denounces the present ever-
increasing policy of racial discrimina-
tion in education in South Africa as
b e i n g fundamentally incompatible
with the rights of all students to ac-
cess a full education.
3) Believes that the intention of the
government to impose segregation upon
the remaining unsegregated universi-
ties is similarly without justification
and restricts the autonomy of these
universities by forcing them to dis-
criminate in their admissions policy.
Adopted a motion directing the Edu-
cation and Student Welfare Commit-.
tee to investigate the possibility of set-
ting up under Council sponsorship a
ticket exchange service for University
Lecture and Concert series.
Adopted a motion directing that the
Student Activities Committee investi-
gate the possibility of instituting a
plan whereby students would be able
to sell or receive a refund for their
student season football ticket booklet.
The Committee should report to the
Council before the end of the semester.
' Proclaimed Academic Freedom Week:

April 20-26 and encouraged students as
individuals and through their organi-
zations, to discuss principles of aca-
demic freedom and assess their reali-
zation at the University of Michigan.
Adopted motion expressing dissatis-
faction with the spring examination
schedule and requesting the Calendar-
ing Committee and responsible admin-
istrative agencies to discuss the rea-
sons for the scheduling. Particular con-
cern with the compression of a major-
ity of the examinations in the first
week, thus detracting from the oppor-
tunity to integrate and reflect on
course material was expressed in the
School of Music: Applications now
being received for Honors Scholar Pro-
gram for 1959-60. Forms available in
School of Music office. Deadline for re-
ceipt of applications by the Honors
Council, Mon., April 27.
Prof. Wynne-Edwards, Univ. of Louis-
ville, Ky. "Population Density and So-
cial Behavior of Game in Scotland",
4041 Nat. Sci. Bldg. at 1:30 p.m. on Fri.,
April 17.
Student Recital Cancelled: The piano
recital by Robert Blasch previously an-
nounced for Fri., April 17, has been
postponed till a later date.
Academic Notices
Automatic Programming and Nu-
merical Analysis Seminar. Prof. Har-
vey L. Garner, "Residue Number Sys-
tems, " Fri., April 17, at 4:00 p.m. in
3209 Angell Hall.'
Aeronautical and Astronautical En-
gineering Dept. Seminar: Fri., April 17,
4 p.m., Rm. 1508 E. Engrg. Bldg. Prof.
Elmer G. Gilbert "A Cross-Spectral
Density Analyzer for Turbulence Mea-
Psychology Colloquium: "Uncon-
sciousProcesses." Dr. Charles W. Brik-
sen, Ill. U. Psych. Dept. 4:15 p.m., Fri.,
April 17, Angell Hall.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar,
Mon., April 20 at 4:00 p.m. Rm. 311,
W. Engrg. Bldg. Dr. J.,M. Burgers, Re-
search Professor at the Institute of
Fluid Mechanics and Applied Mathe-

matics, U. of Md. "Rotational Motion
of a Visco-Elastic Sphere."
Placement Notices
The following companies will inter-
view at the Bureau of Appointments,
4001 Admin., Bldg., Ext. 3371.
Wed., April 22:
The U.S. Marine Corps.
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co.,
Detroit, Mich. Graduates: June, Aug.
Men with a degree in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration for sales train-
ing program.
Thurs., April 23:
The U.S. Marine Corps.
Fri., April 24:
The U.S. Marine Corps.
The Procter & Gamble Distributing
Co., Cincinnati, O. Graduates: June.
Men with any degree in Liberal Arts.
or Business Administration for sales
management training.
Personnel Requests:
State of Michigan Civil Service.
Exams for math, trainee (closing date:
April 29) and Sewage Disposal Plant
Operator (closing date: May 6).
Job opening in Ann Arbor for Medi-
cal Technician to work with small ani-
mals. Will involve training at first.
Permanent, woman preferably, who will
work for 'at .least 2-3 yrs.
United Memorial Hospital, Greenville,
Mich, Registered lab. technician to
take charge of lab if qualified or as
an asst.
Central Adevrtising Agency, Inc.,
Lima, Ohio. Men, graduating soon, to
fit into agency trainee program. Parti-
ularly interested in those with basic
education in advertising, marketing
and journalism.
Twin Cities Chamber of Commerce,
Benton Harbor, Mich. General asst.
manager. College degree, intelligence,
and completion of military service.
Dexter Industries, Grand 'Rapids;,
Mich. Man to wor kin Product Engrg.
Dept. as a Prod. Engrg. Mech. Engrg.
degree, 26-35 years old.
Cleveland Hts. Public Library, Ohio
People to fill the positions of: Clerical
Asst. at Circulation desk, t nd Sub-
Professional Asst. in Adult Dept.
The following companies will not be
visiting campus but would appreciate
receiving applications of interested stu-
dents. If you wish to apply for any of
the following positions, please contact
the office so that we may forward
copies of credentials.
Indianapolis Morris Plan, 110 E.
Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind: Mr.

W. X. Marsh, Asst. Personnel Manager.
Men with a degree in Liberal Arts or
Business Admin.. for Management
Training Program. Salary Range: $400-
The Curtis Publishing, Co., Inde-
pendence Square, Philadelphia 5, Pa.
Mr. Alan H. Martin, Asst. Manager,
Personnel Division. Men and women
with a degree in Liberal Arts, Busi-
ness Administration, Journalism, or
Engineering for Curtis Training Pro-
Dept. of Health, Education and Wel-
fare, Social Security Administration,
602 Standard 01i Bldg., Baltimore 2,
Md. Miss Elizabeth Mulholland, Per-
sonnel Officer. Men and women with a
degree in Sociology, History, Econom-
ics, Geography, Psychology, Interna-
tional Relations, Social Welfare, Poli-
tical Science, Public Administration,
Statistics, Education, Social or Cultur-
al Anthropology, Philosophy, English,
Modern Language or Classics for Claims
Representative Trainee. Federal Service
Entrance Examination given on May 9,
applications must be on file by April
Standard Oil Cg. of Ohio. Profession-
al, Tech., and Specialized Personnel: in
Engrg., Liberal Arts, Math., Chemistry,
Economics, and many others.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.





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