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Wednesday, February 12, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, February 12, 1969

!A' gives
ipport to
nt strike

West Quad. petitioniers prote st
planned conversion to offices



nter-House Assembly last night
animously approved a motion in
>port of the Ann Arbor Tenants'
ion-sponsored rent strike.
Fhe action followed discussion
tactics used in soliciting pledges
Withhold rent until strike de-
nds are met, as well as alleged
sinformation contained in the
o page explanatory sheet put
by the rent strike committee,
k second motion advocating
gotiations between members of
executive board and rent strike
nmittee members concerning
ure changes in signature-
iciting practices was then

The house presidents of West
Quad last night formed a commit-
tee of-volunteers to keep two more
of the quad's houses from being
converted into office space.
The committee, whose first task
will be to conduct a petition drive
against the Residence Hall Board
of Governors' endorsement of the
Hughes Committee on Dormitory
Planning's resolution to withhold
any decision on the status of the
dorm until next summer.
The resolution also entails that
the training and recruiting of

staff for the quad be halted until year will be resolved immediately.'
next summer. The possibility has been under!
The residents of West Quad consideration since last semester
maintain that other University when students at the quad pre-
housing units should be converted sented a petition signed by over
since they "neither have the rich 400 residents which demanded
tradition" of West, Quad "nor do that women be allowed to live in
they have its proximity tO central the quad next year.
campus." Though there is always some
Hughes claims, however, that uncertainty in the planning con-
"the University cannot place cerning the number of upperclass-
rooms in reserve in other units men returning to the residence
since they have debts on their hall system, the problem has been
bonding issues outstanding." complicated this year by the Re-
The six point petitions which gents' decision allowing sopho-
Thesixpoit etiion whchmore women and all freshmen to
began circulating in the quad last live in off campus housingo
night demand:l
-The students of the quad shall
be represented on all committees 7
empowered to take action pertain-
ing to West Quad.
--Students living in the quad
will receive immediate notificatione
of all decisions and discussion per- ('coflit I

In other action, it was reported
that the Office of University
Housing, at IHA's insistence, ap-
proved Monday a motion concern-
ing confidential reports written by
resident advisers on students. In
the past, these reports were given'
to any dean's office at its request,
without student knowledge of their1
contents. Now, the document must]
bear the student's signature testi-
fying that the student has seen
the report before it is turned over
to the dean's office.
Two representatives of the Uni-
versity Health Service, Dr. Robert
Anderson and Dr. Marguerite,
Shear, were'present at the meeting
to discuss with IHA visitation pol-
icy and also the services -provided
for students by the Health Service.
IHA also elected its Executive,
Board last night.
The newly elected officers are
Jack Myers, incumbent, president;
Debby Wilson, 'executive vice-
president; Dave Yonutas, admin-3
istrative vice president, Anne Za-
lewski, secretary, and Rick Victor,
Nixon' S v
prove expe

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Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 81":1 North Campus Com-
mons, 8:00 a.m.
Department of Zoology Seminar: Dr,
Michael L. Rosenzweig, Department of
Zoology, Bucknell University, "Why
Predators Don't Overkill Their Prey
1400 Chemistry, 4:00 p.m.
Anatomy Seminar, Dr. Karl M.
Knigge, Dept. of Anatomy, University
of Rochester, "Where are Those Elusive
Brain Hormones?", Room 1520 E.
Medical Bldg., 4:00 p.m.
Comparative Studies in History Lec-
t ure: Professor Richard P. McCormick,
Rutgers, The State University, "Com-
parative Analysis: An Internal Perspec-
tive": East Conference Room, Rackham
E bldg., 4:15 p.m.
Recital: String Department Students:
School of Music Recital Hall, 5:00 p.m.
University Center for Adult Educa-
tion: first class meeting of "Rocks"
Room 3066, Natural Science Bldg., 10
week course, $22 fee, 7-9 p.m.
University Center for Adult Educa-
tion: first class meeting of "Europe:
Of f the Beaten Path," Room 65, Bus,
Ad. School, 6 week course, $13 fee, 7:30
- 9:30 p.m.
Graduate Assembly Meeting, Rack-
ham Bldg., 7:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild: Paul Muni in I am a
Fugitive From a Chain Gang: Archi-
tecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
Musket: Camelot: Mendelssohn Thea-
tre, 8:30 p.m.
(4nerai Notices


(Continued from Page 1 ) tinent to the quad..The quad resi- ' " " -
best interests of everyone to have dents had been angered because
the positions filled by guberna- they were not notified about theI
torial appointment," he explained, actions taken by the Hughes com- UUILU
Bursley said his motion is now mittee until after the Board of
being co-sponsored by about 15 Governors had endorsed its reso- Continued from Page 1)
other state senators from both lution.
parties, "although there are a -Complete occupancy shall be versity of Wisconsin are expected
few more Republicans than Demo- restored in all eight houses in the to escalate their protests, which so
crats."I quad. At present, only six of the Ifa have been peaceful.iYesterday,
He also noted that three of the houses are occupied since two 150 riot-equipped police cleared
co-signers were Senators L. Har- houses have already been convert- the Madison campus building
vey Lodge (R-Waterfdrd), Robert ed to offices under a two-year 'ithout incident. A march is
Richardson . (R - Saginaw), and lease. scheduled for today to seek more;
James Fleming (R-Jackson), all -Present facilities in the quad support for a strike that has been
members of the Senate Judiciary shall be renovated to include more so far unsuccessful.
Committee. ! study and recreation space Student demands include re-
Bursley's proposal would have -The freeze on training and se- cruitment of more blacks and es-
each of the Regents, trustees and lection of staff necessitated by the tablishment of separate black cur-
governors sitting at the time of state of limbo in planning for the ricula.
the hill's assahe replaced by an- quad shall be terminated. A clash between protesters and

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pointment only at the regular
piration of his term.
!unttteer 'ai
/nsvie, il

(Continued from Page It A year earlier Johnson rep
and nonveterans between the ages ed the findings of a Nationall
of 16 and 34 living in 35,000 visory Commission on Selec
households in an effort to gauge Service, an exhaustive Defe
their attitudes on military serv- Departmeiit analysis, conclu
ice. that "the cost of sustaining
The 1966 survey also led de- adequate all-volunteer f
fense experts to a finding t h a t would be prohibitive."
improving fringe benefits such as # That study also concluded
leave, retirement and medical "In the absence of the dr
coverage "would have limited ef- our surveys indicate that
feet as an enlistments in - sharpest reduction in volun
ducement.7' enlistments, would occur am
Johnson said "we know that individuals with above-ave:
vulnerability to the draft is a educational attainment . ."
strong motivating factor in the In other words, it said, w
decision of many young men. to out the draft, the quality ofr
enlist." serving in the armed forces wo
And he claimed that research go down, and it noted that
has disclosed "that volunteers better educated "are the m aj
alone could be expected to man a source of trainees for the m7
force of little more than two mil- highly technical military spe
lion." ,ties."
Current thinking involves re- tiOfficials in the Nixon adr
turning to about the 2.7-million I istration's Defense Departm
strength at which the U.S. arm- will take these past studies
ed forces stood in the summer of account.
1965 when the United States be- They also will concentrate
gan the big buildup associated finding ways to elevate the
with American involvement in tus in society of military men
the ground war in Vietnam. Among other things, man(
Current strength is about 3.4 mil- er officials are thinking ofc
lion. I ducting public opinion-style p
Committee to Plan
student credit union
(Continued from Page 1) has developed a sense of c
Obtaining a charter is seen by radeship here," Hoffmann s
Hoffmann as the major stumbling "So if a member misses a paym
block. Though there are over 1200 or two, he eventually will payo
credit unions serving specific But students, Hoffmann P
membership groups in the state, will leave campus at the en
"there is absolutely no precedent a semester and never ,come n
for granting a charter to student again, leaving the credit un
groups," Hoffmann said. holding the bag. And even if t
"Something going 'for the stu- don't run away from their de
dents, though,' Hoffmann ob- he adds upon graduation they
served, "is that Robert Briggs is leave Ann Arbor and take t
state b a n ki n g commissioner." capital with them. Then thec
Briggs is a former University vice dit union will be in serious tr
president and Regent. ble.
The other major problem Hoff- Despite the possible set ba
mann sees in organizing the credit Hoffmann is optimistic. "If itc
union is the acquisition of suf- ches hold, you'll have 35,000s
ficient working capital at the be- dents banging on the door,"
ginning of operation. "You need says.,
at least $250,000 in working capi- And the student credit uni
tal to get off the ground," he said. sponsors are hoping there wil
The Employes' Credit Union did a door to bang on.
not reach $1 million in assets until __
its ninth year.-
The lack of well-defined com-
mon bonds among students is a An 0
final difficulty which must be
overcome if the union is to suc-
ceed. "Since the employes who ' JAN I C E
are members of our union all work Bach, Mozart, Pa
permanently in Ann Arbor, there
C..&...--L ... Cn

ex- -Theqiuesti f heherorani-rotstrs wa tBroadcasting Service: wUOM Radio
1 -n-Thproeettrsnwastwhethenedr anti-protestirn washthreatned (91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
not West Quad will be coed nextyesterday at Windsor University inIWednesday 11:00 am. l'he Eleventh
Windsor, Ont. over the school's ?Hour trepeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows
refusal to rehire dissident theology hosts an hour of news and conversation;
about the arts and literature. Guests:
Prof. W. D. Kelly. Honors lecturer Harold Cruse; also
r i 11',tl'1 While 50 studentscontinued special readings by actor Kent Martin.
V/ 'R.A/their occupation of the theology Wednesday 1.:00 p.m. Department of
offices, larger groups of students ml ryStatueivrsity, o ust Meier
/y attempted to occupy the offices of a History of the Role of Non-Violent
cthe student government and the Direct Action in American Negro rPo-
1"' th sudntgoermet ndth test". Wednesday 4:45 p.m. Campus
Lance, the school's student news- News, produced by students in theE
paper. speech department. Wednesday 5:00
ort- across the country to find out how Both the Lance and student p.T. The Press and World Affairs, with
Ad- professional military men are re- government have come out in sup- Nig.t BeoYabonk. Nopze di Figa
ctive' garded in the civilian community. port of the occupation. produced by the German Opera of
ense At the same time, the Penta- The anti-demonstrators have Berlin.
Ldedgo'ne ledrhphpsta called a mass meeting for 7 p .m. Thursday 1:00 p.m. Department of
dgon's new leadership hopes that aHistory Lecture: Prof. Robert Fogelson,
a n Congress will enact higher pay tonight to formulate plans for M.I.T., on "Rioters and Restraints: Re-
orce and more military housing can be further action. flections on the Negro Ghetto". Thurs-
provided. The university has so far refused day 4:45 p.m. Conservation Report with
Prof. Karl Lagler. Thursday 5:15 p.m.
The experts will look for the to discuss the protesters' which U-M Feature story with Jack Hamil-
raft, impact on enlistments of improv- include amnesty. ton. Thursday 7:30 p.m. U-rlV Sym-
the ed pay and benefits. Student leaders say they will phony Band - one of a series ofapro-
the d pa andbeneits.grams conducted by Dr. William D.
tary Another facet of the new stu- call for a general strike of the, Revelli,
nong dies will approach the question of university if the administration
rage force levels after Vietnam and continues its refusal to negotiate dmissions counselinfearorthe in-
what kind of recruit input will be the students' demands. pus: Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ann
ith- needed to sustain those levels. Kelly said today he was told he Arbor campus freshmen and sopho-
men The Nixon administration, re- would not be rehired because, "I mores interested in co-operative edu-
The ixo admnisratin, .,-cation programs tn business admin-
ould gardless of what its studies pro- didn't understand the ideals of istration and engineering, and degree
the duce, faces formidable opposition the department and cause dissen -_
J o r in Congress to the idea of substi- tion in departmental meetings."

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Respondents: Panel of lnternational Students




tuting an all-volunteer force for!
one that is at least partially rais-
ed through Selective Service,
Chairman John Stennis, (D-
Vgiss.), of the Senate Armed Ser-
vices Committee, told Secretary
of Defense Melvin R. Laird last

on month: "Personally, I do-not seeI
sta- how we could ever attain a so-
'called volunteer Army without
pow- some kind of Selective Servicej
con- Act."
polls His counterpart in the Housew
A r m e d Services Committee,'
Chairman L. Mendel Rivers, (D-
S.C.), has followed the same tack:
"It's a known fact that the
existence of the draft law helps
in getting volunteers," Rivers
said recently.
The military chiefs of the Pen-
tagon would strongly oppose abbl-
om- ition of the draft machinery be-
says. cause, they feel, it would crip-
ment ple U.S. efforts to mobilize na-
off." tionally in event of a major emer-
ears, Nixon's orders for high priority
d of studies partly carry out his cam-
back paign pledge.
.pion He does not appear to be under
theyj any self-imposed obligation to
ebts, come up with a hard action_ plan
will in the short range, because he has
heir pegged his goal to the time when
cre- "our involvement in the Vietnam
rou- war is behind us."
After taking office, he amended
.cks, that slightly saying he wants to
cat- move toward an all-volunteer
stu- Army when the posts of the Viet-
he nam war are substantially reduc-
ed. But he still did not give a
on's specific timetable.
1 be The present draft law does not
expire for about 2/ years.

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