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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FILES BANKRUPTCY
Ramparts: leading a shaky exstece

Michigan House faces
possible shutdown in fall

SAN FRANCISCO (CPS) - A
little less than two years after it
exposed the relationship between
the Central Intelligence Agency
and the National Student Associa-
tion and made itself a name,!
Ramparts magazine is in deep
financial troible.
On Feb. 3 the magazine filed a
oetition in bankruptcy to permit
al reorganizationl to pay off more
than $1.8 million in debts.
The preceding week the maga-
zine's president and editorial di-
rector, Warren Hinckle III, re-
signed because he had been unable
to raise money to get the maga-
zine out of debt. He said he would'
start a new radical magazine to
be called "Barricades" and that
most of the present Ramparts
staff would join him.
Frederick Mitchell, Ramparts'
New frater
elepts IFC

publisher, said Hinckle left be- better magazine, and hired sev- Eldridge Cleaver as an editor and By JIM NEUBACHIERI
cause of "a difference of opinion eral new staff members, including recently printing excerpts from a Students in Michigan House of
on the future of Ramparts." a managing editor. biography of Panther founder West Quad last night passed a
Ramparts has undergone several None of that worked. The new Huey Newton written by Party
internal u p h e a v a 1 s since it m Chairman Bobby Seale. resolution to shut down their
managing editor, Lawrence Ban-
changed from aolnquiet shCatholic b
monthly intona muckrakingadi- esky, didn't last very long and is Some 'critics -said it was the house voluntarily should there be
mnly again. Inmuckra inckadi-now listed as the book. editor. The magazine's general "screaming" an excess of men's dorm spaces in
cal magazine. In 1967 Hinckle magazine rarely appeared less tone which badly hurt it. At the the residence hall system next
ousted themagazine's founder, than a week behind schedule, same time, younger and more mil- fall.
There isn't enough money to pay itant leftists were scornful of the .
opinion siilar t the one now the expanded staff. (Ramparts magazine's "slick, superficial" ap- Ia thl e
causing ,Hinckle to resign. ia wllb converted to office
According. to Mitchell, Ram- owes them $30,000 and many proach. spaces or women's residences.
parts' serious financial problems weren't paid in January.) Mitchell says Ramparts can be
are arrtly the resultof an effort One reason for the failure of saved "by more modest aspira- The decision, made at a meet-
to make Ramparts the first mass- this plan seems to be that, at the tions, graphically and in the cost ing of the Michigan House
circulation left-wing magazine in same time it was trying to achieve of promoting itself." One immed- Council late Wednesday night,
the nation. , a circulation of 250,000 or more, iate change will be back to month- was announced to a mass inet-
Last summer the magazine went Ramparts was moving further to ly publication. It was apparently ing of residents from all the
bi-weekly, upped its subscription the left, alienating many poten- disagreement over these "more Quad's six houses last night. The
price to $15 a year, announced tial subscribers and backers. The modest aspirations" that caused resident's meeting had been called,
that the editors would stop trying stand that is believed to have hurt Hinckle, the ihain advocate of a for the purpose of deciding whichl
to raise outside money and instead the most was the magazine's pro- slick, mass-circulation magazine, Iwo of the houses would go on "re-I
spend all their time putting out a Arab stance on the Middle East to resig
-__ crisis. Mitchell says Ramparts will re-
Others believe Ramparts' views main controversial. "No doubt
on lac Poerhurt it. The mag- we'll continue to lose-and gain-
ut zine had a close alliance ith support because of our stands," he
u n ittthe Black Panther Party, hiring says.X VW-
off; ..-

serve," as the shutdown process is
termed.
At the meeting, students decid-
d to wait before selecting t h e
second house until the, Williams
House Council could meet to con-
sider a resolution similar to the
one made by the Michigan House.
However, at a meeting late last
night, the council refused to vol-
unteer Williams House for reserve.
In a statement signed by the
council and president Kenneth
Budnick, '69 E, Williams House
members attacked the philoso-
phies behind the shutdown.
"The move by the University
is strictly an economy measure,
and is totally unmotivated by any
potential underoccupancy in
University Housing," they claim-
led.

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The Case for Community Control of Schools
hear RHODY McCOY

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By LANIE LIPPINCOTT . der the IFC constitution which was
The Fraterinity Representatives revised last year. IFC is now a
Assembly held ,its first meeting bicameral body consisting of a
last night and elected Tom Mowry, board of directors and two assem-
70, as External Vice President and blies, the FRA and the Fraternity
Dave Rubinow, '71, as Executive Presidents Assembly.

Secretary of 'the Inter-fraternity
Council.
* FRA was newly established un-
1SC asks
rad union
The Radical Caucus last night
heard a proposal by the Indepen-
dent Socialist Club to form a
Radical Students Union.,
ISC proposed that exploratory
discussions be held between re-p
presentatives of the Radical Cau-
cus, ,the Tenants' Union, N e w
Democratic Coalition, SGC, ISC
and any other interested groups.
The purpose of the proposed
union is to form a multi-issue fe-
derati6n of groups which will al-
low for better coordination of
0 campus campaigns, such as' ten-
ure, requirements and the r e n t
strike.
The Caucus voted to send three
representatives to the proposed
meeting.
The Caucus also voted to form
committees to write a position
paper concerning "general aca-
demic issues" and to gather in-
formation on the issue of tenure.
The latter committee will also
propose what action should 'be
taken on this issue.

The FRA has legislative author-
ity in the relations of the frater-
nity system with all organizations
beyond the individual fraternity
chapters. It represents e a c h
fraternity according to the size of
the fraternity. The FPA deals with
individual chapters.
Gates Moss, IFC president, said
that the new officers would de-
termine the direction of the as-
sembly.
Mowry, former IFC rush chair-
man, said he interprets h4s role
of External Vice President as "a
suppprting role to facilitate com-
municationi between .FRA and the
executive directors." He sees FRA
as "an opportunity to lift IFC
through grassroots decision-mak-
ing, for whatever programs the
fraternities want."
He proposed that the five coun-
cils of FRA serve as committees
to administrate FRA's . services-
publicity and publication, univer-
sity relations and services, com-
munity relations and services, stu-
dent relations, and special events
and projects.
Rubinow, president of Pi Kappa
Alpha, emphasized public rela-
tions and a re-evaluation of rush
so that "through FRA the frater-
nities can weather the crisis in
the system." He' said he wanted to
review rush and find out exactly
why fraternities took 1200 men
three years ago, and in rush this
year took only 600.

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