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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 18, 1969

-3 VOTE:
SGC eliminates
ex-officio members

Board re-evaluates
co-ed living proposal

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DOWNTOWN-HONDA

UNUSUAL SUMMER WORK

SCRAMBLER

By BARBARA WEISS

- that only those students who

The Board of Governors of Re-I
By MARTY SCOTT sidence Halls yesterday f u r -1
Student Government Council last night abolished all of ther qualified their recent ap-
ex-officio seats by an 8-3 vote. proval to alternate men's and+
Bob Nelson, who proposed the action, called the ex- mes-rooms on one corridor of#
cio seats "unfair since only a few groups were represent- Therexprnalla
p ~The experimental plan would j
involve thirty-eight people living
Darryl Gorman charged, "Ex-officio seats served as a on the second floor of Mosher-
ins of favoritism for a large organization simply because Jordan Hall. Thus far, twenty-six
'as large and self governing and operating under the guise people have requested to be a part,
of such a living arrangement. Ten
eing non-political.r' women and two men are neededt
"The elimination of ex-officio seats is an attempt by to fill the floor to capacity.

favor the institution of such a
living arrangement be placed on
second floor Mosher-Jordan;
- that residents of the if 1o o r
begin the fall term under th e
present policy of men being as-
signed rooms in Mosher Hall and
women being assigned rooms in
Jordan Hall, and
- that an immediate switch to
alternating men's and women's
rooms be made when and if Re-
gental approval on the issue is
obtained.
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council to make council itself more representative of the The proposal was originally ing the proposal, Mosher Hall re-
_ ,individual student," Gorman planned for implementation next sidents Phil Cherner and Rich-
added. fall. However, members of t h e ard Sanok say that the advantages
SPanther White agreed, saying, Board of Governors decided they of the proposal lie in the increas-
"Having ex-officio seats from wanted more information on the ed feeling of cooperation, as well
large campus organizations on an proposal before taking specific ac- as "greater respect for and aware-
elected council would be like the tion on it. ness of the problems of other peo-
Senate deciding to have ex-officio The motion approved by the ple" among those living on t h e
ti f o 101or and Dow Chemical." cludes the fallowing pints:" Advocates of the proposal also
that work begin on formulat- argued at yesterday's meeting that
D . .a ing "supportive arguments" to be dormitory living should be part
ier in the meeting introduced a added to those already put forth of the total educational exper-
D otiondtoretain five ex-officio by residents of Mosher-Jordan, ience and that a co-ed floor such
seas, isare . «GC as ostand that these arguments beI as the one proposed would be con-
oig sr uJ sM mnco nfoit rmsof cor - brought before the Board of Gov- ducive to "a more real living sit-
Visiting astronaut James Mc- municating with campus organi- ernors for consideration: uation."
Divitt will be honored today by zations. This is a loss for both
the city and the. University. A SGC and those organizations," she
motorcade carr'ying McDvtt anld said.I
his wife will start out from the After his proposal was approv-
League at 4:30 p.m. and run ed, Nelson proposed a presi- SUMMER JOBS
through the city. dent's committee consisting of{
Highlight of the day-long pro- presidents of major campus or- WE HAVE A SPECIAL JOB JUST FOR YOU!
gram will be an illustrated speech ganizations be set up for com-
:on Apollo 9 by McDivitt. The pro- munications. ain lA e c f td n
gram is open to the public with- He said, "Communication be - nyEy
out charge and will begin at 8 tween SGC and the groups who
p.m. in the Events Building. hold and are seeking ex-officio P. O. Box 52492
McDivitt, who has attended the seats is important. Council should I New Orleans, Louisiana 70 150
University, will also hold a scien- move to improve that through theI
tific-technological briefing at 2 Presidents Committee." Cash Q Check Q Money Order[Q
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