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December 05, 1958 - Image 2

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TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PRESENTS PROSPECTUS: SFAC Groups T
MUSKET '58 PRESENTS Goldman Asks SGC Members To Take Initiative SGT Admission
Roers & Hammerstein's_,

o Discuss
is Policy

Council members might begin cis-
cussion of these questions.
The whole area of bias clauses
and discrimination in off-campus
housing are areas which have not
been explored fully enough. Gold-
man indicated.
The counseling study report, the
area of increasing enrollments.
deferred rush for fraternities as.
well as sororities and the Coun-

By JAMES SEDER

up their activities to devote more

"The future of Student Govern- time to studying,
ment," "Activities versus Academ- Assistant Dean of Men John'
ics." and "The University's Ad- Bingley and Prof. Robert Angell,
mission Policies" will be the dis- director of. the Honors Council
cussion topics at the Student- will attend this conference.
Faculty-Administration Confer-
ence tomorrow. a u an e
SFAC, sponsored by the UnionTalkyPlanned
does not attempt to come up with
solutions to the problems it dis- By Hamerow
cusses, Hank Mote, Union execu-
tive councilman, said yesterday.
Discussion groups merely attempt "German Liberalism and the
to shed light on various campus Revolution of 1848." will be the
problems, in the hope that this topic of a lecture by Prof. Theo-
will influence the participants' dore S. Hamerow, of the history
thinking on the problem, he add- department of the University of
ed. Wisconsin, scheduled for Dec. 10.
To Discuss SGC Prof. Hamerow will speak at
The discussion on the future of 4:10 p.m. in Aud. B. Angell Hall,
student government will center on according to Prof. W. B. Willlcol,
the powers and functions of SGC, chairman of the history depart-
whether it has been "adhering ment. Prof. Hamerow is the auth-
strictly to these functions," and or of Restoration, Revolution, Re-
how effectively SGC reaches the action - Economics and Politics
students. Dean of Women Debor- in Germany, 1815-1871.
ah Bacon will be one of the par-
ticipants at this conference.
Robert Cross of the Office of
the Vice-President will attend the Don't Forget !
discussion on the University's ad-*
missions policy. Among the ques-
tions raised will be whether or not
in-state students are being un-
fairly kept out of the University
by the out-of-state students'ac- C ldren s
cepted and the differences in ad-
missions policies of state and pri- oo , s
vate universities. DOOKB, t
Activities Participation
The third group will discuss Toys
"What the effect of an acceler-
ated Honors Program would have
on activities." -Because many of at
the students participating in ac-
tivities are in the Honors Pro-
gram, Mote explained, if the pro-
gram were to challenge them Second Floor
more, they might decide to give

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MAYNARD GOLDMAN
... asks more Initiative

oil's relationship with the Na-
tional Students Association are
further places in which Goldman
requests that SGC initiate and
continue its work.
In conclusion, Goldman made
this plea to the Council: "I ask
you to help me in making the Stu-
dent Government Council a
strong, effective and responsible
student government. We can do
this together, if we will all shoul-
der our share of the responsibility
which has been given to us."

Use of Chemicals Favorable
In Destruction of Lamprey

Recent tests have shown favor-
able results in the use of chemi- w
cals to destroy the dreaded sea w
lamprey in the Great Lakes, the u
Great Lakes Fishery Commission
announced yesterday.
At the Commission's annual a
meeting being held at the Uni-
versity, the report said the chemi-
cals Dowlap F-40 and Lampricide
2770 have been used with "amaz-
ing results" in the streams of p
Michigan and Wisconsin.
The effectiveness in killing the f
lampreys, eel-like c r e a t u r e s,
ranged from 34 to 94 per cent ac-
cording to the personnel admin-
istering the chemicals at the
United States Fish and Wildlife
station in Marquette.
Fish Unharmed
The report said that few sport
or other fishes were harmed by
the treatment.
One of the officials at the Mar-
quette laboratory estimated that
several hundreds of thousands of
lamprey have been killed by the
treatment.
Lampreys are a problem be-
cause they attack trout. Because
of it nearly all sport and commer-
cial fishing for that fish has end-
ed in Lakes Huron and Michigan.
Weather is Problem
Another problem with the
chemicals has been the effect of

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