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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 2, 1969

REQU IREMENT:
Faclyto meet
on LSA language

hatever happened DAILY OFFICIAL

or biol. sciences. One year professional
lab tech in crime detection or toxicol-

Grand Blanc. Mich.: All fields.
Mt. Clemens. Mich.: (L'Anse Creuse
P.S. Elem.: K-6. Sec.: Math., Sci-
Spec. Ed.

(Contlnued from Page 1),
degree-the bachelor of arts. But
it still may garner significant sup-!
port, including his own.
"I find it a very reasonable pro-
posal," he says.
In addition to the language re-
quirement, the faculty will also
consider the recent decision of the
executive committee concerning
the college's admissions policy.
The decision, which will de-
FBA ignores
meat scandal
(Continued from Page 1)
fine and be free to operate."
Corwith Hansen, president of
FBA, agrees with Moeller's plan
of no-action. "I don't think the
impact of a warning letter would
be that important," he says, "and
I don't think as a long-range
thing it would be advantageous
for us or for our dealings with
Riopelle."'
Hansen says he contacted nine
of 12 FBA board members, and3
claims they agree with him and
Moeller.
Moeller says, "There's no sense
in having a board meeting now.
There's nothing we can nail
down."
Stevens disagrees with FBA's
present policy. "I think Riopelle
should be taken off the authori-
zation list immediately," he says.
Beck, Sigma Nu treasurer, adds,
"Even if FBA cannot recommend
Riopelle, FBA should inform its
.members."
Stevens claims the Riopelle sit-
uation "shouldn't have been al-
lowed to happen at all, with the
resources of the University and
FBA. FBA should have had spot-
checks at fraternities on weights."
He says that at the annual
stewards meeting Jan. 15, "the
overwhelming majority was dis-
pleased about the meat.
"FBA should have seen this
coming in the wind," says Stevens.
"I was irritated that I had to dis-
cover this myself."

crease the percentage of out-of-
state students, is effectively made
following executive committee ap-
proval, although the faculty may
discuss it.
Other proposals completed by
the curriculum committee this
past week include the abolition of
ROTC credit in the college and
the initiation of an Afro-American
studies major.
The latter was specifically fin-
ished by the committee so it could
be brought up at this meeting.
The college's lay-over rule re-
quires that a proposal be submit-
ted one meeting before action can
be taken on it.
However, Sussman says it will
probably at least be mentioned at
the meeting so that final action
can be taken at the April meeting.
That would allow the major to be
offered this fall.
Grad fellows
assured funds
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would be sure to phase the change
over in time."
Although Smith assures immed-
late support can be found for
those grads already enrolled and
supported by fellowships, prospects
for the future are unclear.
"If the language requirements'
are changed, I assume many
teaching fellows will become un-
necessary," acknowledges Smith.
Clarence Pott, chairman of the
Germanic languages department,
says classes in his department are
"actually too small this year.'' He
believes a serious cut in the lan-
guage requirement could result in
an eventual decline in the number
of graduates needed.
Pott explains that once the num-
ber of graduates drops, it may
cause a "domino situation" with
a reduced need for regular staff
members.
Serious reduction caused by an
end of the requirement would
damage the "scholarly status" of
the department, Pott claims.

to Aen]
(Continued from Page S)
ber 5, three weeks before the re-
signation, Len's unusual behav-
iobr was brought to the atten-
tion of the FBI.
DURING A WELFARE pro-
test sit-in at the Washtenaw
County Bldg. in downtown Ann
Arbor, Len represented himself
as an FBI man to local police
Lt. Eugene Staudenmeier. Puz-
zled by Len's frank admisison,
Staudenmeier says he reported
it to the FBI. Later in the day
when the protesters inside t h e
building were arrested, Len, also
inside, was not.
.Finally, while it could be co-
incidental, the fragmentation of
the Ann Arbor SDS this fall is
in keeping with "Phase II" of
Operation Textbook. The Ann
Arbor SDS chapter had tradi-
tionally been one of the na-
tion's strongest, pushing through
many key campus reforms while
averting a Columbia style con-
frontation. But this fall an in-
surgent group called the "Jesse
James Gang," succeeded in lit-
erally yelling down the old SDS
leadership and taking control of
the organization.
WHILE THERE is no proof
that FBI agents are involved in
the "Jesse James gang", veteran
SDSers who have regrouped in-
to a "radical caucus" are sus-
picious about non-student mem-
bers of the insurgent group who
showed up in Ann Arbor for
the first time this fall. J o h n
Bologna recalls that Len fol-
lowed the SDS break-up avidly.
No one will probably ever know
if Len Smith was doing a job or
playing games; the case is un-
resolved. If he was impersonat-
ing an agent of the FBI and
CIA then it would seem that the
Justice Department would want
to prosecute. They haven't. If
he was in fact carrying out an
FBI assignment - then in fact
the nation's top spy agency is
not telling the truth - and the
New Left faces a new enemy.
FOR HIS OWN part Len con-
tends-that he was following or-
ders and that he has no worries
about prosecution.

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ward the future: "I hope to go Court Social Worker: Probation officer,
back to journalism school and supv. delinquentsboys. BA in social sci. !
study like I should have done Msw or MA in behavioral sci. area and
all along. I don't want to get min. 1 year exper. Casework Super-
involved with bureau work visor, MSW or MS in Behavioral Sci. on
again. Maybe I can make it in and 3 years exper.
public relations" Health Nurse, BSN and 2 years in pub-
lic health nursing or MS in Publ.
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Counselor, BA in area related to sociol-
ogv.
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THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL
WELCOMES THESE MEN
INTO THE RANKS OF MICHIGAN FRATERNITIES

Adams, John D.-29
Abdullahad, Charles-14
Aikens, Berton A.-30
Aiken, Robert D.-28
Alan, Clifford R.-09
Allen, Joseph N.-19
Ameen, David J.-19
Ames, Laurence M.-29
Arnold, Gary-22
Ashley, Ryan D.-40
Bailey, Jeff-42
Banta, Craig-07
Banta, Jeff-07
Baranec, James-38
Barbu, Dale-26
Barnes, Douglass-38
Bartlett, Thomas-14
Bartholomay, Robert-34
Beckman, Thomas C.-20
Belknap, John-07
Berenholz, Joseph-45
Berlin, Leonard-28
Betz, James M.-30
Bevington, John R.-22
Blain, James D.-30
Blessing, Richard L.-23
Bobo, Terry A.-14
Bohl, Robert D.-33
Bonadeo, David C.-19
Bower, Robert K.-30
Bowman, Russ-28
Box, James N.-22
Bram, Eric-39
Brandon, Harvey-03
Brand, David A.- 45
Bricker, Bruce B.-09
Brillhart, Bruce-40
Brown, Lane R.-34
Brown, David P.-15
Brown, James T.-08
Brown, Mark T.-44
Burchman, Thomas M.-44
Burkhardt, John-07
Burger, Gerald J.-44
Burns, Byron-22
Burnstein, James S.-37
Burt, James-22

Cameron, Michael E.-06
Carson, Brian D.-19
Cech, Jim-07
Chapman, Steven-22
Chekerylla, James-28
Cheney, Terence-26
Chudwin, David S.-03
Cilluffo, John M.-20
Civiletto, Steven E.-11
Clark, Jeff-35
Clarke, Peter D.-30
Clark, Patrick W.-35
Coleman, Edward G.-09
Conrad, Frederick R.-23
Cook, Gary A.-29
Cranmer, Thomas W.-34
Crayle, Jerome-15
Crumplar, Thomas C.-15
Damken, John A.-40
Depompolo, Robert-44
Deubel, William B.-03
Dever, Dana-29
Dindoffer, Frederick-34
Dinger, Ken-04
Dombrowski, Philip A.-22
Donohue, Tom-40
Dostie, Paul J.-41
Easley, Robert W.-40
Eldredge, Gordon S.-19
Elliott, Bruce N.-30
Eschenburg, Emil P.-19
Everhardus, Charles-19
Ewing, David L.-40
Exell, John R.-34
Fantin, Pete-22
Feeser, Raymond C.-09
Fekete, Douglas D.-30
Ferrier, David A.-43
Finken, Darrell E.-40
Fleischer, Steven D.-45
Flink, James R.-19
Flory, Dennis-34
Foley, Richard W.-26
Forrest, James T.-09
Forster, Lloyd M.-22
Fosdick, David A.-19
Fox, Hugh C.-14

Franklin, Steven D.-40
Fredrick, David-10
Frese, Henry J.-22
Friedman, Donald J.-37
Friedman, Robert A.-37,.
Frost, James H.-20
Garrison, Richard-22
Gerstein, John R.-19
Ghetia, Gregory L.-23
Giber, Robert M.-37
Giessel, Richard S.-42
Gilford, Paul R.-45
Glesser, Gary L.-10
Goldberg, Robert A.-15
Goodman, Gordon D.-03
Goodwin, David L-33
Gordon, Barry T.-40
Gordon, Michael D.-03 ,
Gould, Terry L.-28
Goy, Phil-15
Gregory, Robert S.-22
Grier, John H.-15
Griffis, Carl H.-26
Grinnell, Gregg-35
Grossman, Grossman-03
Grove, Robert S.-10
Gruber, David A.-03
Grubbs, Bruce S.-41
Guenin, Louis M.-41
Gullen, Christopher-09
Harris, Charles W.-06
Harris, Michael A.-33
Harriston, Greg B.-41
Harstein, Lawrence-45
Hartman, David L.-34
Haynam, Douglas L.-40
Hebert, James W.-45
Heller, Arnot B.-19
Hickner, Mark-35
Hicks, Craig D.-43
Higbee, David B.-15
Hilkene, Michael L.-30
Hinternhoff, Steve-07
Hock, Douglas A.-06
Hoffman, Ronald S.-25
Hoffman, Andrew-45
Hooker, Michael-i 1

Horn, Stanley H.-03
Huiskens, Thomas A.-08
Huntoon, David-07
Hussar, Christopher-35
Imirie, Michael J.-34
Jacobson, Peter A.-45
Jacobs, Frederick N.-28
Janoff, Norman-38
Jarvis, David-19
Jawlik, Andy-15
Jendrusina, Gregory-29
Jochems, Peter E.-40
Johnson, Gordon W.-23
Joliat, John-M.-20
Kameron, Matthew A.-31
Kaminsky, Daniel-24
Kandler, William C.-19
Katauska, Mike-39
Katcher, Robert A.-22
Katz, Steven-03
Kendall, Ken-07
Kent, Peter S.-22
Kennedy, James-28
Kettler, Mark D.-45
Kilgore, William B.-35
Kinnaman, Steve-40
Kimball, Kurt F.-19
King, Mcirk-14
Klein, Allen-35
Knapp, Mark J.-19
Kotarski, Frank-33
Kovacs, Alan-42
Kramer, Joel H.-4
Krechmer, Dan-25
Kuttner, Peter-14
Kyrias, Stephen M.-39
Lane, Henry C.-06
Laughlin, Mike-25
Langhorst, Charlie-15
Lawlor, Andrew F.-15
Lawrence, Bill-42
Leach, Gary E.-09
Leix, Christian P.-35
Leonard, Edwin R.-29
Levy, Sanford-37
Lewis, Scott-39
Lewis, James B.-44

Lindamood, Tom-21
Linnell, Paul-09
List, James T.-19
Locker, James-21
Loeb, Tom-21
Mac Dermott, Michael-19
Madigan, Terrence E.-19
Maiwald, Walter-34
Maki, Gary T.-30
Maki, David N.-38
Marakas, John A.-29
Marshall, Kenneth T.-15
Matousek, Jon F.-35
Matt, Joseph J.-11
Maximovich, Alexzender-42
Mayers, Colin-25
Mayes, David W.-44
McCollough, George-40
McClure, Steven J.-39
McGowan, James W.-35
McLaughlin, Mick-06
Mears, Gerald W.-30
Mensinger, Michael C.-15
Mesler, Greg-06
Milewski, John L.-13
Miller, Daniel B.-45
Miller, James 1.-34
Mitzelfeld, Lamont A.-45
Molina, Frank M.-42
Monnich, William-19
Montgomery, James L-20
Mooney, James D.-1 1
Morrow,,Alan E.-40
Mullkoff, Bruce A.-34
Myers, Thom-22
Nadelman, David H.-19
Nelson, Russell E.-14
Nelson, Roger A.-03
Nelson, John A.-33
Nemerovski, Kenneth-22
Neshkes, Robert-37
Newell, Peter-08
Nichols, Robert L.-08
Norcutt, Richard H.-06
Norton, Charles W.-19
O'Connell, Patrick-34
Ode, Stephen M.-08

Oliver, Gary C.-41
Olsen, Christopher G.-15
Ostendorf, David W.-09
Ostrander, Thomas W.-41
Parks, William C.-45
Parks, Michael-35
Parker, Sidney D.-37
Parker, George-42
Parr, Thomas-09
Pashaian, Gary-35
Paulson, Wayne E.-20
Perlberg, Richard A.-10
Petty, Kenneth E.-42
Phelps, Dennis A.-15
Plotner, George W.-15
Pohl, Melvin I.-28
Pollack, Harry-45
Posner, Michael-45
Powell, Don R.-42
Powell, Gregg-4Q
Pratt, John E.-29
Preshaw, Lawrence-33
Pugsley, Richard E.-06
Racette, Gregory T.-29
Radcliffe, Richard-26
Reiber, Steve-10
Revas, Donald M.-08
Robinson, John L.-06
Rockwell, Lawrence E.-44
Rodak, Keith-38
Rogers, Lawrence J.-46
Rosen, Kenneth-28
Rosenberg, Benjamin-28
Rosemarin, Carey S.-03
Rossman, Glenn-42
Rossler, Kyle E.-29
Ross, Martin D.-03
Ross, Joel N.-19
Rothwell, Stephen G.-26
Roth, David L.-39
Rowley, Mark A.-15
Roy, Dennis S.-33
Rudick, Jim-21
Rupprecht, Lynn E.-41
Ryan, Harold-37
Ryckman, Douglas A.-41
Ryker, Don W.-14

Sacks, Mark S.-37
Sallen, Michael K.-37
Saltmarsh, Robert W.-40
Salvatora, Paul J.-29
Sautter, Charles J.-33
Scherbarth, John C.-22
Schipper, David-29
Schiff, Marc S.-03
Schmidt, Miles V.-41
Schrader, Mark E.-25
Schraishuhn, Richard-13
Schwartz, Robert R.-40
Scott, Douglas-39
Seitz, Kenneth C.-40
Seyferth, John F.-30
Seymour, Paul C.-08
Shader, Jack C.-15
Shalda, Paul M.-29
Shapiro, Mitchell S.-28
Shapiro, Howard L.-03
Shaw, Donald B.-20
Shepard, William L.-26
Shogan, Stephen H.-37
Shuman, Ronald C.-43
Simpson, Leonard A.-45.
Smiley, Russell M.-29
Smith, James M.-34
Smith, Darrel E.-29
Smith, Dan-19
Snow, Michael L.-15
Snyder, Douglas-19
Spagnuolo, Jerry-10
Stafford, Ed-15
Staples, John G.-03
Stearn, Tim-22
Stephenson, Brian J.-29
Steuernagel, Carl-07
Stevenson, Alan-41
Stirling, John Jr.-14
Stoltenberg, Robert-18
Storey, James M.-34
Strauss, Gary D.-28
Sudduth, Herbert T.-14
Swarts, Robert G.-42
Szabo, Ernest S.-15
Szumiak, Stanley R.-i 1
Takach, Thomas-37

Tapert, Michael J.-19
Thomas, James E.-08
Thornhill, Tom-34
Thurston, William-26
Toscano, Paul-'35
Trick, Charles-14
Trzcinski, Charles-22
Vadino, Anthony-22
Van Loo, John T.-22
Vanden Toorn, Elton-i1
Vargo, Stephen J.-35
Vasaris, Allan A.-26
Vasileff, William-40
Warburton, Frank W.-20
Warner, James R.-14
Warren, Duane-44
Waszak, Stephen-40
Watts, Jeffrey A.-15
Weber, John R.-42
Weibel, Charles-39
Weil, Michael R.-37
Weinberger, Alan M.-03
Werry, Thomas H.-10
Wernet, John-06
Westrate, Mark A.-19
Wheat, Dave-15
Wheaton, Thomas J.-15
Whitbeck, Rodney-41
Whitehead, John A.-18
Winkelhaus, John-10
Winter, Eric-38
Wong, Lester G.-03
Woolfe, Larry-30
Worcheck, Richard A.-41
Wray, Stephen J.-21
Yaker, Jeff-21
Yambura, Lee H.-08
Yang, David-44
Yarrington, Robert B.-03
Younger, William H.-22
Zaret, Eli, A.-42
Zawacki, William M.-09
Zawrotny, Gerold F.-42
Zemmol, Lloyd-28
Zonder, Eric D.-31
Zuccarelli, David C.-30
Zuckerman, Richard S.-45

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