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By SUSAN ELAN Tile decision of the Nationia l An ,'v
Assocate Managing Editor Council of SDS to train 30 organiz- in~.- "-tt
he Dailyers will become the primary re-r
CA as TeN-sponsibility of REP. These region-
CAMBRIDG , Mass. The Na-al organizers will be responsible l ;
dents for a for meeting the immediate educa- -t1 an'
Democratic Society (SDS) voted tional needs of the local SDS .
yesterday to hire and train 30 'chapters. This will entail the dis- ;Yy19 5
full-time regional teacher-organiz- tribution of film,, pamphlets and SeOr
'srs, to move the headquarters of aid in campus organizing on such a
she Radical Education Project issues as student power, and the
(REP), from Ann Arbor to Chi- draft.
sago, and to give full support to A sunimer institute will be set uf
the Spring Mobilization to End for the intensive training of tbi
the War in Vietnam. ' teacher-organizers. , aa


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IFew campus newspapers are more in-
fluential than the Michigan Daily at the
U~niversity of Michigan here, and Clarence
Fninto is what is making the Daily move
these cdays.
Mr. Fanto is managing editor of the
paper. An intense, energetic young man,
lie infuses the paper with the same serb
OLIS mnin be displays in carefully answer-
m:, a visitor's questions.
To him, the paper is 'a disseminator of
sews, a purveyor of opinion, a poser of
qujestions, and a forum for those who be-
lieve they have the answers. What the
paper prints, he emphasizes, is not always

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t have

the ol of Studen u-
f us ed to approve
next year's editor.
who is always rec-
ommended by " t hl:
current editors a c
rarely turned downi.
The board lawns
'° the Daily. "Occasi-

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think is important to them."
.,0 M. ano ly riiczeti;printed closely after we print so;zq,
V [ Lti-',,v1(ents, thing, but they have never consred iy ,
aL : 1'tnn before publication," says Mr. Fsu:i;.
.L."Pndence that enslY;4!
Fleiw ia t to crussul
AVOS ~ forItlProved P
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many observers of collegiate
journalism as the finest student
paper in the'anation, is about to
be investigated,
The University of Michigan's
Board in Control of Student Pub-
lications has asked that the
Committee on University Affairs
(FACUA) establish a committee
"to consider the properpurpose,
function, and responsibility of a
student newspaper in this uni-
versity community."
A resolution of the publi-
cations board asks that the new
committee investigate whether

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the problem to another morep.-a
resentative group.
A-former DAILY staffer, W' s1b/ 0k'I
ter said that. the problem %l lTl
now been stated as "Just a' "> ~
vestigation of the relation zo aS
board to the DAILY" 117
"This doesn't mean a taakq'
It's going to be a c all l t o ~ poI
move," said Winter h~< 0Jktr ' °J(
that among the prob" l)e, h tt 11° o/. 2
sed might be the S ' ml hl ~
making the DAIL' e oy 0 Qj /~A~
and the possiblE laj a'ai I p2(7 %< C l t
a second newsp hk e}1'4,ei ~ 1
Arbor campus,, 4N?/01. 0I1,qt;al

the Big Ten Faculty Representa-
b~t >tives yesterday told University of
"'1inois President David D. Henry
SCoaches Pete' Elliott, Hiar-
r ~ and Howard Braun ar.!
1 'i the Illinois ath-
.a -ch 21, Illinois
e Inerceted lty go.
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