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YH QUESTION of changing the selection of student representatives
o'n the Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics has appar-
tly hit almost everyone concerned in a very sore spot. The con-
versy that has resulted, generally between members of the Board
A members of SGC, but in some cases among members of each body,
s resulted in a strict alignment over three critical issues.
The three issues that have caused particular problems are all
inted up by members of the Board as reasons why the motion before
W should not be passed. The first area of controversy is the present
ection of'members. Most of the members of the Board have ex-
rased opinions feel it is now quite adequate, although it has under-
ne constant criticism for the past 10 years.
The second area of argument concerns the amount of skill needed
holding a student position on the Board. This actually boils down
whether or not a non-athlete knows enough about athletics to
ndle the problems. This eventually leads into the third criticism
the suggested change: that it distinguishes between students and
hange IS Needed,. . .
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HE MEMBERS of the Board that have spoken in favor of the
present set-up-Athletic Director H. 0. Crisler, Faculty Repre-
tative to the Big Ten Marcus Plant, and present student repre-
batives John Herrnstein and Stan Noskin - state that the elec-
i system now used has in almost all cases resulted in very helpful,
perative and well-informed members.
This may be true, although there has been much discussion to
contrary. Nevertheless, the important thing is that many people
it non-athletes on the board, so that the "stands" as well as the
ld" can be represented. Plant says it is possible for a student
er than an athlete to get on the Board, he simply has to petition
get elected. Sure, but in an all-campus election-which, no mat-
what Plant says, is a "popularity contest" --- the non-athlete al-
'a loses to the athlete. Thus, a change is needed if non-athletes
to sit on the Board,
rowledge Will Come . .
I FOR THE second argument, students other than athletes can
md do know much about athletics. And certainly, if they don't
w enough, they are capable of learning it. It is a safe assumption
if they were admitted to Michigan they have the necessary in-
gence, What is needed is the interest, which can be assured by a
e deliberate petitioning process.
The faculty members on the Board are not athletes, and they
ously understand the situation. And there is no requirement that
' be former athletes, either, since the important consideration is
rest. Some members of SGC have pointed out that an intricate
wledge of the situation may not even be a necessity, since they
t, more than anything else, the opinion of the average University
ent. They point out that if the person to be selected must "think"
an athlete, the basis for change is defeated.
New Solutione.. .
I FACT that the motion before SGC does distinguish between
,thletes and students is certainly a valid criticism. Even to dis-
iish between athletes and non-athletes is perhaps a bad thing,
almost a necessity if different. categories of representation are
e set up.
The only means by which this could be removed from the motion
Id be complete elimination of the present election method and
>tion of the suggested dual-selection method. This would es-
sh a special committee to do the selecting of all three members
suming that three is better than the present two.) The commit-
-consisting perhaps of the Athletic Director, the Faculty Repre-
atlive, the Vice-President for Student Affairs and the Dean of
- would receive petitions from aspiring members (petitions
would require both a certain number of signatures and some
i proof of interest and knowledge in the area of athletics.) The
nittee could then select the members that they felt would be
best, leaving the Judgment of interest, knowledge, and other con-
'tions to them.
A system of this sort should please everyone, since both athletes
non-athletes would have equal opportunity to become appointed.
rtainly couldn't miss selecting the best qualified men - and this.
Id be what both sides want.
A single sijcct or a compife course
IAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
NICE, quiet room, private bath, linens,
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FURNISHED 3 room apartment with
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10175 Bishop Rd. ACademy 7-7199
FURNISHED APARTMENT. 2 rooms, %
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