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Tuesday, January 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

TuesdayJanuary-1, 1969 HE MICHIAN DAIL

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SACUA MOTION:
Assembly cites ban
on class intrusions

(Continued from Page 1)
search Policies Committee. The
plan calls for the appointment of
three graduate students and one
undergraduate student to the com-
mittee by Graduate Assembly and
Student Government Council..
The committee't original pro-
posal had been returned to it by
the assembly in December for
clarification of the selection proce-
dure.
The additions to the committee

dent Relations Committee and the
Civil Liberties Board had student
members prior to the passage of
the resolution.
The assembly also asked SACUA
Ito investigate the possibility of
establishing a grievance commit-
tee for faculty members. Copi ex-
plained that the type of commit-
tee which would be considered
would advise faculty members on
whether they had a reasonable
grievance and would offer them
assistance in taking their griev-
ance before the proper authorities.

Legislators
doubt rise c
in 'U' funds
(Continued from Page 1)
two or three per cent. However,
they want us to hit it on the
head," Fleming explained.
"We stressed that the Univer-
sity is very anxious not to increase
tuition. We pointed out that tui-
tion has been increased for the
past two years," Vice President
for State Relations and Planning
Arthur Ross said.
However, he added, the legis-
lators "made no suggestion of a
tuition increase."
Several legislators asked wheth-
er the proposed increase in med-
ical school enrollment would at-
tract a greater number of doctors
to the state.
"We pointed out that you can't
have a greater number of resident
doctors without having a greater
number of medical students,"
Fleming said.

ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Michigan Rugby Football Club - An-
nual general meeting - film, election
of officers and discussion - Weds., Jan.
22nd, 7:00 p.m. Room 131 Bus Ad.
Bach Club Meeting:HThursday, Jan.
23rd, 8:00 p.m. Guild House, 802 Mon-
roe St. Speaker: Wayne Linder, "Fusion
of Styles in Bach's Cantatas." Jelly
donuts and fun afterwards. Everyone
welcome. For further information call
769-2922 or 769-0995.
* * *
UM Scottish Country Dance Society:
Dance meeting, Weds., 8:00 p.m. to
10:30 p.m., W.A.B. lounge, instruction
given - beginners welcome.
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bring its membership to 20. The Presently all faculty grievances

Research Policies Committee is
the first of the assembly's com-
mittees to add students to ts
membership following the assem-
bly's resolution last October en-t
douiraging such action. The Stu-

are considered at departmental,
and school or college level. Facul-
ty members have the right to ap-
peal decisions to Allan Smith,
vice president - for academic af-

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HEALTH SERVICE INFORMATION

University;Health Service is now seeing stu-
dents onan appointment basis in an effort to
decrease waiting time and more efficiently
schedule doctors' time. A certain number of
appointments will be served each hour for
emergency walk-in patients.
For appointments call:

For special services or information, call your own doctor at
Health Service or

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Tuberculosis contact
Dental emergencies

764-8330
764-8385

No specific doctor
Dr. Robert Anderson
Dr. Thomas Clark'
Dr. Max Durfee
Dr. Paul Durkee
Dr. Albert G rz
Dr..Lucile Kucliera
Dr. John Maley
Dr. Leornard Price
Dr. Mrvel Rathbun
Dr. Maria Segat
Dr. Marguerite Shearer
Dr. Edmund Whale

764-8325
or 764-8326
764-8336
764-8338
764-8334
763-0284
763-3144
764-8328
764-8330
763-0276
764-8335
764-8327
764-8331
764-8328

Problems relating to women students:
(Infections, pre-marital advice,
contraceptive advice, menstrual

763-0284 Male doctor
764-8331 Female doctor
764-8335 Female doctor
r 764-8327 Female doctor

problems)

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Problems relative to Male

stulents:

(Infection, pre-marital

advice, contraceptive advice)
Food poisoning, Environmental
Health problems
Veneral Disease Information

764-8336
764-7330
764-8310

764-8336 Male doctor
764-8331 Female doctor

Mental Health

764-8314
764-8347

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