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Page Six



iLA5NEXT: LSA panel
Ask second house for'asks drop of
West uad reserve'ROTC credit

Tuesday, February 18, 1969
California campuses

(Continued from page 1)
By BARBARA WEISS that Williams House be involved give ROTC representatives "an
Representatives of West Quad "only if absolutely necessary." opportunity for rebuttal" beforeI
residents recommended Sunday The committee also stated that sending the recommandation to
that the University place Williams "under no circumstances are those the faculty was rejected.
House on "reserve" along with Houses to be converted to office While the committee admitted
Michigan House for some use space." certain courses were 'presump-
other than men's housing if there Students in Michigan House last ively worthy of academic credit,"--
is an excess of men's spaces in the'week volunteered to be one of the they are handled in the present
residence halls next year. two houses placed on "reserve" if military programs."
The West Quadrangle Commit- the 'need arose, and strongly ad- Regarding ROTC courses which
tee registered strong disagreement vised that these houses be con- deal with military history and
with a proposal made recently by verted into women's residences. strategy, politics, and foreign pol-
the Hughes Committee on Dormi-
tory Planning, of the Office of Williams House Council passed icy, the committee's recommenda-
UnieryityHusingf to plce two a resolution last week not to be tion states, "Officers are not like-
University Housing, to place two I h~
houses in West Quadrangle on placed on "reserve," and recom- ly to have the training and ex-'
"rs ,,e"mended instead that Chicago and perience to handle these topics in
Since the Hughes Committee Adams Houses be the two houses an intellectually satisfactory
said some houses must be placed involved. maner .
on reserve, however, the West The council, basing their deci- "Moreover, their professional
Quad Committee recommended sion on "what is best for the their freedom of inquiry, even;
that Michigan House be the first quad," claims: though they may not perceive this
house to be placed on reserve, and -if men lived in the houses to be the case," the report adds.
............ :...................next year, the question of reserve The recommendation further
.% Ak A W housing would be irrelevant; states that while many military
RGAlN IZLAT I N --if the houses were empty, instructors may be qualified, the
Michigan and Williams Houses ROTC policy of rotating instruc-,
NOT ICES would not be appropriate choices tors gives no assurance "that a A
for reserve housing because of course well-handled in one year A Phi Epsilon Pi active attem
their location in the center of the will be well-handled in the next." sity's first coed fraternity. Ph
quadrangle; An earlier curriculumcommit- rush, which included 38 coeds
sus: Free movies (donations we 1- __i h w osso eev e eomnainta ol
come though) - 'Wed. and Thurs., Feb. hfteawvose nreev e redcmedtionvtat wuldr -~ s.
19 and 20 at 4:00 -"6:30 p.m. Multipur- were made into women's dorms, have reduced the overall number ASKDISMIIAL
pose room of UGLI - "History of a Michigan and Williams Houses of credit hours given for ROTC -J "
Battle" (45 min. Cuban Film on i961 wmi.., hp thfrom 12 to four was submitted to

(Continued from page 11

said, "this may well lead to a sup-

--Daily-Jay Cassidy
What's a stvirly?
pts to convince a rushee of the advantages of living in the Univer-
i Ep plans to add 16 women as associate members next fall. Informal
last weekend, will continue next Saturday and Sunday.

end to alleged harrassment of pression of the liberty and auto-
black student leaders. nomy that are the lifeblood of a
At Berkeley about 150 demon- university community . . . a re-
strators roamed through the stu- birth of fascism . . . We rule our-
dent union cafeteria and library, selves or others rule us."
breaking windows, overturning In an open letter to the faculty
tables and chairs, and spilling and students, Father Hesburgh
library card catalogues on the said anybody or any group "that
floor. There were three arrests, substitutes force for rational per-
two on previous charges. suasion, be it violent or non-vio-
Several hundred demonstrators lent," will be given "15 minutes of
picketed despite heavy rain. The meditation to cease and desist."
police were more restrained than If the action continues, he
last week and broke up a picketsiftem atosoninues h
lineblokin th Sater ateen-said, demonstrators will be asked
line blocking the Sather gate en- to turn in their student identity
tace without violence.;
The administration cancelled a cards,
rally planned for Monday but Those who turn in identity
strikers plan to hold one today cards will be given five minutes to
whether the university approves it cease their actions. If they don't
or not. A similar rally last week they will be expelled.
was followed by the most violent Those who do not turn in cards
day of the strike. will be considered outsiders and
In South Bend, Ind., the Rev. charged with trespass before civ-
Theodore M. Hesburgh, president il authorities.
of the University of Notre Dame,
laid down a timetable yesterday
for squelching campus demon-,e
strators who "substitute force for
rational persuasion."
The timetable will begin with
demonstrators being given 15 m ocris
utes of "meditation to cease and
desist" and could end with stu-0*
dents being treated as trespassers.-gl i
he said. 11 1 0
The Roman Catholic university
has had only minor disorders, a ' ,Continued from page 1)
sit-in last November to protest mass communication upon pol-
Central Intelligence Agency job tics and public policy, I have no
recruiting and a skirmish two doubt that the enlightenment of
weeks ago with civil authorities our people has greatly benefited
who seized a "blue movie" during uasa result."
.conference on por- During the question and answer
But Father Hesburgh said there tpaeed, the fovernme nto atn
is a "new politics of confronta- Bay Resolution as well, as other
tion" and "somewhere a stand
must be made." recent foreign policy.
"No' one wants the forces of "American foreign policy pales
law on this or any other cam- all other issues," he asserted. "Our
pus," he said, "but if some neces- country will never survive with a
sitate it, at a last and dismal al- policy of military containment."
ternative to anarchy and mob tyr- Morse blamed the Eisenhower-
anriy, let them shoulder the blame Nixon-Dulles administration f o r
instead of receiving the sympathy detrimental effects - to the pre-
of a community they would hold sent day - on U.S. policy abroad,
at bay." Answering a question concern-
The Notre Dame president ing his defeat in the past election,
warned that "we are about to and the possibility of a second re-
witness a revulsion on the part of count, Morse said, "I did not want
legislatures, state and national, to be remembered for a bitter
benefactors, parents, alumni and fight over my Senate seat but ra-
the general public for what is ther for my opposition to the war
happening in higher education to- in Vietnam."
day." The crowd of some 400 persons
"If I read the signs of the gave Morse a standing ovation af-
times correctly," Father Hesburgh ter his speech.


Literacy program and Bay of Pigs In-
vasion); "Hanoi -13" (45 nin, Cu-
ban Film on People and War in
Hanoi); "No Game" (15 min. newsreel
on Pentagon Demonstration); "Gol-
peando" (20 min, Film on Colombian
Guerills); "Time on the Locust" (15
min. Film on Vietnam); "I was a
Teenage Werewolf" (45 Min. - Ameri-
can boy takes a trip).
American Institute of Industrial En-
gineers weekly luncheon, Tuesday, Feb.
18th at 12 noon, 229 West Engineering.
Speaker: John Reed, Marketing Man-
ager of Detroit Branch Office of IBM.
"Career Opportunities for Industrial
Engineers in Marketing at IBM."
University Lutheran Chapel, Feb.
19th, 7:25 a.m., 1511 Washtenaw,
"Spoken" Communion Service.
University Lutherap Chapel, Feb. 19,
7-30 and 10:00 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw,
Sermon: "Good News from the Upper
Room" by Rev. Alfred Scheips. H o l y
Commnun ion.

wUUUrO Dy De tin e oLer
choices; and
-if the houses were to be made
into offices, it would be "very
bad" if Michigan and Williams
were the two houses chosen.
According to William Russell,
president of Michigan - House
Council and a West Quad Com-
mittee member, the decision to
make Williams House the second
house on "reserve" was based on
the hope that both Michigan and
Williams Houses would be con-
verted into women's residences
next fall.
Russell said the decision was
made because the location of
Michigan and Williams Houses
are best suited to security con-
siderations for women residents.'

the executive committee of the
college last December. The recom-
mendation, however, was sent
back to the curriculum committee
for further study.
Col. H. K. Reynolds of the Army
ROTC declined comment on the
committee recommendation. The
other ROTC commandants, Capt
W. R. Sisley of the Navy and Col
Antonio Criscuolo of the Air
Force, could not be reached last
night for comment.
In other discussion, three fac-
ulty members on the committee
presented three different positions
on the language requirement.
Profs. Jean Cardumer, of the
French department, Frank X
Braun of the German department,
and James Gindin of the English
department, presented arguments
in favor of retention, improve-
ment, and abolishment or substi-
tution of the requirement, respee-

t MS U editors hit adviser
Continued from page 1) -Believed Brill had failed Io The editorial also defended the
ror in attribution of the offending organize his staff well enough to decision to print the controversial
quote. The News had attributed cover campus news adequately, paragraph. It was "of key signi-
the obscenities to "a black stu- Berman did not recommend tr at ficance to the tone and the course
dent" while, in fact, the speaker the board take action against of a very important demonstra-
in question was not a student. Brill, beause "that's not my job." tion," Brill stated.
The error was corrected in the He said he simply had filed a Brill and the editors also struck
paper Thursday. report judging the competence of out at Berman in the editorial,
In his letter to the board, Ber- the editor from his "professional saying he had harassed the staff
man said he: point of view." with vicious attacks on the edi-
- Held the opinion that "Ed- "I have no confidence 4nEd tor's personal, not professional,
ward Brill has been and continues Ihv ocniec d sproantpoesoa,
t be gu BriltyasbegrandrcontinesBrill's veracity," Berman said. integrity, interfered with the sal-
to be guilty of grave derelictions "And when you never know if aries of the staff, and blocked
and incompetencies which threat-Aykirchas4 of a Telex system.
en the wellbeing of the State someone is telling you the truth, -T
News." communication breaks do'vo." i"We refuse to be the editors of
-Viewed Brill-s approval of the Comments from senior editors of a castrated newspaper," they con-
printing of the allegedly obscene the News yesterday hinted t h a t tinued. "We demand the advisory
matter as "contrary to promises much of Brill's defense at the ad- board take . . . action against
made to the advisory board at the visory board; hearings today will Louis J. Berman.
time of his selection" as editor-in- be based on statements printed in "If these demands are not met,"
chief: a front page editorial by Brill and the statement continued. "We
___._---_---- -"the editors" for yesterday's State have no other choice but to with-
News. draw from the advisory board."
The editorial struck out against Brill met yesterday with Execu-
the "vacuous" resolution of cen- tive Editor Trinka Cline and other
sure passed by the advisory coi- members of the States News edi-
nittee, saying it was based on torial board to discuss appropriate
j ignorance and secrecy. responses to Berman's letter.





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