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Seventy-Six Years of Editorial Freedom


OSU Faculty Approves,
College Reorganization

State Senate
Votes Today1 0U
On Tax BillSt d
Passage Predicted;
Would Clear Waiv u






By JUDITH KOMISHANE first proposed in 1962 by the Pres- plan over a number of months.
Toohe Faculty Council of Ohio ident's Permanent Planning Com- Students would continue to ap- For Budget Action
State University last week approv- mittee, which since then has been ply to the individual colleges for s
ed a sweeping academic reorga- renamed the Office of the Vice- (admission as freshmen, as is the By WALLACE IMMEN
nization plan creating four new President for Academic Affairs. current policy. However, under the , Gov. George Romney's tax re-
colleges. Pooling Departments plan, admission requirements form bill was placed in line yes-
The new colleges-Arts. Physi- The reorganization plan consists would be standarized and once terday for a Senate vote today.
cal Sciences and Mathematics, Hu- of pooling departments which cur- admitted students in all colleges| An amended tax package was
manities, and Social and Behav- rently exist within other colleges would meet the same distribution reported out of the Senate Tax-
ioral Sciences - would form the and regrouping them into the four requirements. ation Committtee late yesterday
new Colleges of Arts and Sciences, new colleges. Sociology and Poli-a A foreign language proficiency fternoon.
under the ,authority of a dean of ' tical Science, which are presently would be required of all students. Cen. Harry DeMaso t R-Bartle
undergraduate studies. The dean in two separate colleges would, for Presently it is at the discretion
would act as chairman of a Coun- example, both be placed within of the individual college. said the bill has more than enough
cil of Coordinating Deans of the the newly formed College of Social Duplication of courses offered suport; he claimed he wouldn't
newly created colleges. Under the I and Behavioral Sciences. by the different colleges would be have reported it out otherwise.
college plan, the four colleges "The purpose of the plan is to eliminated and inter-disciplinary As a hedge against defeat of the
newoe billnte Romneyeyestrday delaye
will have autonomous administra- create a .more effective and uni- studies facilitated. Under the olddelayed
tions, but coordination on curric- form program for undergraduate system it was difficult for a stu- bid-taking for nearly $10 million
ulum and degree requirements will education by establishing uniform dent to elect courses in both so- in construction at four state col-
be stressed. admission standards and distribu- ciology and political science for leges because he wants to con-
The new program will be insti- tion requirements among the sev- instance because each was in a serve the advance funds in the
tuted as of January 1968. It was eral colleges," explained John Ben- different college dwindling treasury surplus.{
originally scheduled for July, 1967. der, chairman of the student panel A centralized student counsel- Senate passage today will send
The reorganization plan was -which studied the reorganization ling system is also provided for in the Senate free to begin work
the natereetthe new plan. ;<.kn
-_ new .the appropriations budget. Rom->
-We would hope that with a ney's haste to pass the fiscal pack-
- centralized counselling system and
r 'Ilh cetino aanwoe age has pushed back work on the
primaryconcern is dealing itbudget, whose major constituents
are higher education appropria-
4 s undergraduate concerns, to de- tions.
velop a solid, more unified pro- Roneyd
Bgramfor stdes , commn vances from the $130 million gen-
Prof.hCharles Babck, chairmaeral fund would be financially ir-
ofigheafaculty committee whichpro- responsible unless the Legislature
takes affirmative action on fiscal
Sev.reform, POLICE FORCED all male students at
zat Sveral aspects of the reorgn Romney warned that more ap- tories after a four-hour sniper siege dui
AN ANTI-WAR DEMONSTRATOR, fasting in the District zaon g memars otro- propriations delays could be an- Rioting began Tuesday morning when
of Columbia jail while awaiting trial, is being fed intravenously sd among members of both the - nounced shortly. "This is a no- was hit by a watermelon while they we
ofClubajalwil witn ril i engfdinrvnosy student bodyand university fac- tc otesho epeta e__
after going four days without food and liquid. ulty. ice to the school people that we
Doctors found that Miss Suzanne Williams, 19, of Leverett. Profesisonal Emphasis to face it" ensaid ANN ARBOR OFFICE:
Mass., was suffering from dehydration. They said she would be Former Student Senate Presi- Sen. Garland Lane (D-Flint) f
force fed today if she keeps up. the fast, dent Timothy Neustadt has at- charged Romney with "putting a{
Twenty pacifists, eight of them women, are in jail awaiting tacked the plan as creating an pistol to the heaa of our educa- F o
trial oi charges of unwarranted loitering in the Pentagon, sleep- additionalism as a result of increased an income tax program.
ing and assembling on federal property. They have declined to specialization among colleges. Attorney General Frank Kelley
postbail of $250 each and are to appear before a U.S. commis- Babcock, however, sees the pre- then rebuffed Romney by ruVcng
sy'rto..professional status of undergrad- that Ira Polley, state superinten- I oIM
* *uates as being protected by the dant of public instruction, has the
NINE PERSONS WERE INJURED slightly as hundreds of new dean of undergraduate stud- power to advance the funids, and By HELEN JOHNSON ilies an
students fought over the U.N. flag yesterday at the University of ies, who will be responsible for co- not the governor.

Veto Power
Over Lottery
Rivers Committee Also
Proposes National
Deferment Standards
Armed Services Committee voted
yesterday to insure continued
draft deferments for college stu-
dents by writing them into the

-Associated Press
Texas Southern University in Iouston to leave their dormi-
ring which one patrolman was killed and two others injured.
surveillance officers arrested a TSU student after their car
ere patrolling a campus rally.

Meets Problems
d their relationship with; better be used by well-established
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California at Los Angeles.
The riot broke out as members of a group supporting Rho-
desian independence attempted to carry out a ceremonial burn-
ing of the U.N, Nazi and Soviet flags. None was burned, but all
three were torn.
United States without registering as a narcotics violator were
dropped by U.S. Atty. Lawrence Gubow.
Federal authorities lodged the complaint in February when
Leary took a bus from Detroit to Windsor, Ont., to deliver a
recording of a lecture, before a speech here.
Gubow said the complaint was dropped because of similar
charges lodged against Leary in New York.
THE STATE BOARD of Canvassers yesterday issued a state-
ment explaining its failure to act May 10 on controversial peti-
tions for a referendum. on Daylight Saving Time.
"Contrary to common publik expression in recent days, peti-
tions fol' referendum are not t, be rubber stamped," the state-
ment said,

ordinating and directing under- Polley said he will take the
graduate curriculum, matter to the State Board of
Another question raised by both Education for deliberation at their
student and faculty leaders is the regular meeting next Tuesday.
possible competition for budget The colleges involved are Cen-
allocations and research grants tral and Northern Michigan Uni-
between the various colleges. versities, Ferris Institute and
which could result from the new Grand Valley College.
system of autonomous colleges. Iomney has said he is willing
However, supporters claim direct to compromise to obtain a tax
and efficient budgeting would re- package. Sources indicated he has
sult under the new plan by elimi- agreed with all provisions of the
4 nating present duplication in Senate's tax bill.
course offerings and equipment. Approval of 20 of the 38 sen-
Despite the reservation express- ators is necessary to pass the bill,
ed by certain campus elements which is only altered in terms from
there is, acording to Bender, a Romney's original plan.
general feeling of optimism among The taxes for new revenue in-
faculty, students and administra- elude a 2%' per cent personal in-
tors about the success of the new come tax (with a $600 exemption
plan. per person and dependents), a
"There is good logic and poten- 15 ' per cent corporate income tax
tial in the plan and we'll try hard and increase of taxes on finan-
to make it work," Babcock con- cial institutions from 50 cents per
cluded. $1,000 to $1 per $1,000.

the public" is the aim of its 1000 leagues like the National Associa- n
One per cent of the U.S. popula- ;- PDC1 n iii0 SIU U~L~idiI~
one ptential victms of lay, scientific, and schizophrenic tion for Mental Health.
tio are potential victims ofe don't consider ourselves
schizophrenia, according to Kahlil mbs." competitive with anybody," main-
Samra, president of the American Too Much Secrecy
Schizophrenia Foundation (ASF) "Our major function is to dra- tains Samra.
whose headquarters are located in matize the problem of schizophre- Furthermore, he states, "Criti-
Ann Arbor. te nia to the people," tells Samra. cism doesn't bother us; we are
"TnnhAbbtrh growing so rapidly. If we can bring
Schizophrenia, a form of mental There has been too much se- ow ing so c brin
illness, accounts for one half the crecy in, the psychiatric profes- out the differences, so much the
patients in today's psychiatric sion. Psychiatrists have lost con- better."
wards. Its targets, usually 16 to 35 fact with the needs of patients ASP contributions to research
years old, suffer perceptual dis- that must be communicated to the have amounted to $56,000 in the
tortion and often total loss of con- public," he explained, past two years.
tortion ad often ttASElgoals care ftwo-foldheinplrena-
tact with reality. A second goal of the group is tiASF goals are two-fold inrela-
One-third of the 250 people af- to amass funds to be used inandotpsychologists, psychiatrists,
flicted by schizophrenia weekly supporting the work of men like andm other members of the field,
can be expected to recover. An- O.bram Hoffer of Canada and Samra x phins. The organization
othr tir wil e rtunedtoHumphrey Osmond of New Jer- bringste together in nation-
other third will be returned _ to Hmhe sodsfle wide conventions, which stress the
society in a "twilight zone," as sey who have successfully exper- t t
Samra , puts it. The other one- imented with the vitamin niacin exchange of ideas to eliminate
third are incurable in treating schizophrenia. confusion in treatment prescribed
ASF, housed in a small, local Faces Criticism or the patient.
office, was founded in 1964 to help "We see research as the most " Unity of Views
these victims. The "betterment of effective means to therapy and "We want him to be able to
schizophrenia patients, their fam- channel more funds into the bio- visit a doctor and get one or two
or three views icnstead of 5D0f"

The committee, working toward
final action on a bill extending
the Selective Service System for
four more years, also decided to
recommend giving Congress veto
power over any presidential deci-
sion to institute a lottery style
The committee actions were an-
nounced by Chairman L. Mendel
Rivers (D-SC).
Rivers said college deferments
would be written into the law un-
der the committee bill, instead of
leaving the issue to the president.
Rivers said another innovation
in his committee's bill would be
the establishment of a non-gov-
ernmental advisory board on man~-
power resources that would work
with the National Security Coun-
cil to set up -occupational defer-
ments and other manPower poli-
The Senate has passed a four-
year extension of Selective Serv-
ice, but its bill would leave the~
final decisions on college defer-
ments and a lottery system to
President Johpson.
Another provision adopted by
the House committee would es
tablish national standards to be
used by local draft boards in clas-
sifying men as available, deferred
or exempt.
Proposed by Rep. Richard S.
Schweiker (R-Pa), it is designed to
end the practice whereby a youth
is deferred while another youth in
the same circumstances may be
drafted by a different board.
"More public criticism has been
leveled at this point than at any
other," said Schweiker.
He said his amendment. would
provide specific, tightly drawn na-
tional standards but still leave
local boards with some discretion
in considering individual cases.
Last week, the Senate gave over-
whelming approval to a four-year
extension of the draft.tThe vote
on the passage was 7~0 to 2.
Several of President Johnson's
proposed alterations in the draft
system would be possible under the
senate measure which would.per-
mit the draft director to make
various changes at the request
of the President.
Thesesincludeinduction of 19-
and 20-year olds first instead of
the present system of calling first
the older registrants in the 18-26
age bracket.
The Senate also recommended
a continuation of deferments for
college students until they attain,
a degree, reach 24 years or fail
to maintain college standing. They
then would be placed in draft
pools along with the younger men
most liable for induction.


Carmichael Terms Hoover's Charges 'Infantile'

chemical aspect than into others,"
Samra explained.
Since its founding, ASF has
faced criticism on several counts.
Most objections come from those
who advocate psychoanalysis as
the best treatment for schizopren-
ia. Psychoanalysts claim, as well,
Ithat ASPF is n. a P e-mind.d on r-

By DAVID BERSON ! cret testimony before the House group as "dedicated to the over- "Sixty-eight per cent of the pop- ick Douglas, W.E.B. DuBois, and ation.
Special To The Daily appropriations subcommittee in throw of the capitalist system in ulation is black and 98 per cent Brother Malcolm. We gotta define "We don't deny that there can
GRAND RAPIDS - SNCC's February, calling the RAM a the United States, by violence if of the kids in the public schools our own heroes." be psychological causes of the dis-
Stokely Carmichael said last night "highly secret, all-Negro, Marxist- necessary, and its replacement by are black," he said. "We're going "You ever seen a dark-skinned, ease," the full-time ASF executive
that he would have to be "neu- Leninist, Chinese-Communist ori- a socialist system oriented toward to have Washington lock, stock dark-eyed Italian?" he asked. acknowledges. He says that Freud
rotic" to answer FBI Director J. ented 'organization which advo- Chinese Communist interpretation 1 and barrel." "Hannibal did that. And then himself found such treatment suc-
Edgar Hoover's charges that he cates guerrilla warfare to obtain of Marxism-Leninism." After the press conference, .he they go get some hunky named cessful with his schizophrenic
"has been in frequent contact" its goals. 'Infantile Charge' ambled into the restaurant, picked Victor Mature to play him in the cases.
with a key figure in the Revo- Hoover identified the RAM offi Carmichael refused to confirm out some records on the juke box movies." Others fear that ASF will
lutionary Movement (RAM), ; cial as Max Sanford, the group's r y and sat down with some of the "Hunky" is currently one of his "siphon off" funds that might
Hoover made the charges in se- field chairman, and described his fantile" and saying "so is 'J. Ed- men from the neighborhood-"'R- favorite labels, and Carmichael's
gar Note-taker'." When we were E-S-P-E-C-T!' You dig that, history of America included fre-
getting our heads beat down baby?" quent references to the American
ou h en etkignt SNCC Worker Indian. "The white man calls gen-' r a u e
The best thing he could do is re- In the evening, he was greeted ocide 'Winning the West," he
sign." by a standing-room crowd for his said. "And to say that Columbus
"Do you know that he called speech in a downtown Unitarian stupid a msin camsaNk Tsk
the beautiful Dr. Martin LutherC was Cleveland Seers, a pulpit mah (a beautiful cat if the CIA
Kirg a liar?" said Carmichael. worker who said he was going to would leave him alone') discovered
"Now, Dr. King is a preacher, and jail on Friday rather than be in- England when he went there in By HELEN JOHNSON
a 1964 " It s a cold fact: we need a lot
l ~~~~~~~~we all know that preachers don't ducted into the Army. "Better fed 1964" "tsacl at ene o
le than dead," Sellers told the au- d'Meet Violept Man' more money," says Sam Sherman,
dience. The crowd shouted approval- 68, treasurer of Student Govern-
Carmichael was brought to . ment Council
Grand Rapids by a trade union Grand Rapids is known as one "Uh-huh, tell it like it is, brother. That is the initial reason the
group and spoke in the afternoon of the most conservative cities in The black man is the most Council is planning to make a
to reporters in a room adjacent to the North. "Fifteen Stokely Car- violent man i America, h formal request in June to the
a restaurant in the heart of the michaels wouldn't have any effect shouted. "Every Friday and Sat- Board of Regents for a 25-cent per
citys Negro ghetto. , whatsoever," claims one native. urday night he is shoutin' and cut- Bastudent sem increase in funds
No Policy Change But Carmichael got a standing tin' up his brothers. And the white a d11
ovation when he was introduced man dont care none about that. crease amounts to twice what the
t Dressed in levis, white shirt to the predominantly Negro and But let a brother move to get the Crease amounts tortwdy habt
sleeves, and Beatle boots. he said hnywosbe nhsbc l oni eevsarayo bu
mostly teenage group. The ap-hunky w be on is ba all $1C.unc.
"':-- theire will not be any change inpastrwaoCrihe se his life and the shooting staits." 1$16,000.
the SNCC black power philosophy television cameramen to turn off By this time Carmichael's tie Sherman says that although the
- a rf ult nf channrs in thpI , ca - --a weoc lnci onA th hio-h .hnn rir- . 1965-66 SGC left a surplus of

he explains.
Members aim at assuring fami-
lies of schizophrenics that they
are "allies of the patient" rather
than causes of their diseases.
They work closely with religious
leaders. For Samra notes that a
troubled schizophrenic often goes
to them first for help.
Samra reports a rapid growth
of local chapters throughout the
country. He boasts that ASF's
growth rate is about 200 members
per month.
Publications of the ASP -include
a newsletter and a professional
journal whose first issue will
appear this month.

Says SGC Plans
ire Funds from 'U'

xvill oriVra therm I haL i r pV t tJ- imnncIaJ


wil givetnem the power to impose
a 50-cent per semester levy on
C'Half-Way Step'
"The request for more money is
a half-way step," Sherman ex-'
plains. "We want financial inde-
pendence." I
If the Regents do approve of
the levy, -SGC will refer the issue
to the students before it charges
them anything, he continues.
"It's important that students

-To set up a draft counselini
-To enlarge the SGC renta
Under the present systen
SGC, only source of funds come
from the Regents, who allocate 2
cents per student per semeste
from tuition fees. These nione
are granted to' SGC through th
Office of Student Affairs.
Going It Alone
"We're not working with th
OSA on this thing," says Sher
man. "We're tired of going t
them and whining 'Could yo

irealize that SGC does not engage
in "'goblin spending,' and that
I they don't take a cynical attitude

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