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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, December 6, 1969

PageEigt TE MIHIGN DILY atuday Decmbe 6,196

SIX HOUR OCCUPATION:
Black students at Ho
hold building, win d
(Continued from Page 1) more black be hired to fulfill con-'
the OBU a formal response to its tractual work at Harvard, and
demand Thursday night, buit the ' that the university abolish the
organization hadn't received it. designation "painters' helper" on
The other demands were hat its building and crew.
black organizations be notified of He contends that painters'
employment ope.nipgs on construc- helpers do essentially the sameI
tion jobs, that the school hire a thing as painters, yet are paid less.
compliance officer to oversee im- Most painters' helpers are black
plementation of their demand that the organization says.
20 per cent of the work force at University Hall was the scene of
construction sites be black, that another, more explosive takeover
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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LSA board postpones plan
to add student members

arvard

Continued from Page 1) Assembly President Kenneth
!em a n d sU tthe current 2-2-2 representation firm stand on the question, but
scheme would be maintained for asked that time be given for the
last spring led by Students for a judiciary boards hearing disrup- assembly to consider the question.
Democratic Society. About 200 tion cases, Miss Garden said. This Members of the administrative
young people took over the build- too was an area of controversy in board then agreed to postpone
ing in an anti-ROTC demonstra- the proposal. consideration of the restructuring
tion only to be swept out the next However, the proposal w a s proposals until next term.
day by about 400 police. Some 180 changed early yesterday so that
persons were arrested, most on three students would be included North Campus bus service will
trespass charges. on the six-man judiciary boards be extended to accommodate stu-:

Everett J. Soop, director of the
University's Extension Service, re-
ceived a silver plaque for his ser-
vices to the Flint Extension Ser-
vice and Center for Graduate
Study which was established on
an "experimental basis" by the
Regents 25 years ago.
The trustees of the Mott Foun-
dation paid tribute to Soop "for

regardless of the nature of the dents using the late-night library
case, Miss Garden said. It was in hours during the study and exam
this form that the plan was sub- period, Dec. 11-19. Buses will leave
mitted to the board. the Washtenaw Avenue bus stop
Underlying yesterday's decision at half-hour intervals between
to postpone action was the ques- 2:45 and 5:15 a.m.j
tion of whether students consid- During the exam period extra
ered the 3-3 representation satis-.buses will be added at certain
factory for disruption cases, hours just before large exams.
Student Government Council Nevertheless, the University Tran-
Thursday night reiterated its long- sportation Service is encouraging
standing oppostion to such a , students to leave early and allow
scheme. In a unanimous vote, themselves plenty of time.
Council condemned any plan -
which involved the inclusion of
an, faculty members on hearing
boards for non-academic offenses W r
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G eneral

Notices

the theme Social Responsibility andhi
the Modern Corporation. Deadlines are hisconsistent, effective, and un-
March 16. Prizes. derstanding leadership through-
Academy or Dramatic Art, Meadow- !out the entire 25 years.
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ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
University L~utheran Chapel, Dec. 7,
9:30 and 11:00, 1511 Washtenaw, 20th
Anniversary Service, Communion at
11:00, sermon by the Rev. Alfred T.
Scheips, "On Leaving the Teens".
Gamma Delta, Dec. 7, 1511 Washtenaw
Avenue, 6:00 p.m, supper followed by
Christmas Open House 6:45 to 8:15,
carols and cookies.
Inform Yourself: Hear representatives
from Young Americans for Freedom,
Young Democrats and SDS. Dec. 8, 7:30
p.m., International Center (next to the
Union). Sponsored by Internationalr
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At yesterday's administrative'
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