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(HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 9, 1969

Page Two I HE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, September 9, 1969

liormi dtory crowding continues
as U' officials hiunt for room

Controlle~td lfroiPage 1
temporarily housed in the Michi-
gan Union. Thirty-six of the stu-
dents had spent several days in
Dining Room No. 3 in Markley
Fall.
The students are the victims of
an unanticipated dormitory short-
age which left the housing office
with a large number of dormitory
applicants who could not be ac-
commodated in regular rooms.
Those who elected to live 'in the
temporary housing have been as-
signed priorities for available dor-
mitory space according to the date
on which their housing deposit was
received.
Mrs. Mantyk said the students
with the earliest deposit dates are
the 90 freshmen occupying Dining
Rooms Three and Four in West
Quad.
The West Quad dining rooms are
considered by housing officials to
be the "worst~ temporary quarters.
"These students were assigned to
the cafeteria because we knew they
would be the first one's to be of-
fered a permanent housing." Mrs.
Mantyk said.
The cafeteria occupants were
informed last week they would be-

gin to receive permanent rooming Feldlkamip said hie has set a

assignment last Friday afternoon.'
As of late yesterday afternoon,
however, none had been offered
permanent quarters, and they were mwa itre bu t
.'They're getting restless." ,;aid
Leon West, building' director ofc
West Quad. "They're just about as
tight as you can get."
Each residence hall staff has
been asked to telephone the homest

"target date' of Sept. 15 for re-
moving the students.
"I have informal understanding
with the Board of Governors of
the Residence Halls on this," he
explained. "But the time limit
could be lengthened at our dis-
cretion.-
He added that students who
could not be given a space by the
deadline would be asked to find a

LSA unit
gives vote
to students
Continued fronm Page 1
"It would be unwise to put Stu-
dents on the committee." he spid,
"because the faculty is an ( xamnin-
ing body performing its function
for the state. The committee is an
important extension of the fac'l7 ,L
in that capacity, and we most
therefore distinguish between t he
examiner and the examinee," lhe
said.
Prof. Carl Cohen. assistant di-
rector of the Residential College.
also argued there should be no
student vote on the committee
since "such power would turn the
committee from a working faculty
committee to a battleground for
struggles between students and
faculty."
However, he said. "It is ex-
tremely important to increase
student representation and re-{

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of the students who contracted! permanent residence "in the com-
rooms but never arr'ived. If a stu- munity."

dent indicates he does not intend
to occupy his reserved space, the
space will be given to one of the
students in temporary housing.
A similar attempt is being made
to assign the foreign students to
Vera Baits Housing, which is oc-
cupied by graduate students.
If the housing office is made
to locate a student who has con-
tracted for residence hall space by
Thursday, his space will be offered
to those who are waiting.
According to University Housing
Director John Feldkamp, reserved
dormitory spaces will not be held
past Thursday unless the students
contracting for the space have re-
quested otherwise.

This solution to the dorm
ing problem may not make
easier for the students hi
There has been a notable
of off-campus housing, anc
students spent last week se
the classified adds and to
down vacant rooms.
Plans for prevention of a
situation next year will
cussed sometime in October,
Vice President for Student
Barbara Newell said ycster,
"We were very much to
surprise by the students'c
for University housing," Mr
ell said. "I hope that in
vear'twe can more pr1opelyi
to this demand."

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life any
iowever,.
sc arcit y
d an
Ba nning
,racking
similar
be dis-
acting
A ffa irs
.day.

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lit: ('il Defense Traiing ( Cnter,
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Degree Reci talI: Jaiine. Sharp. organ:
Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
Degree Recital :Dennis Jacono
baritone: School of Music Recital Hall.
8:00 pi.
,stronouac:Il Colloquium. 3:30 ~i
Room 807 Ph'. -ics-Ast ronoin Bldg. Her-
bert J. Rood. Department of Astron-
omy, Wesleyan University, will speak
on "A Photographic Study of Galaxies
near the Center of the Coma Cluster"
General Notices
Films for the "Basic Operastion of th
IBMi 029 Keypunch" will be shown
;'eptember 10, 11, 12 and 15th thru 19th
Avith 81h0r1-'n. at 3. 4. 5, 7 and 8 pm.
in the Seinair fRooni of the Comput-
ing Center. The above* will be shown
on- the hour along; with the film "Ad-
vanced Use of thte 029 Keypunch' he-
luig shown on the half hour.
The filmh 'Basic Oper'ation of the
NITS" will be shown on September
22nd thru 26th with showings at 3,
4. and 5 p.mn. This will also be held in
the Seminar Room at the Comput-
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formation, contact Milss Jacqueline
Parker at the Computing Center, 704-
Application for Graduate Student Dis-
sertation Grants may be made through
the closing date of October 1. 1969. Late
applications cannot be accepted. Two
other opportunities for application will
be provided during the y'ear: onie in
January. another in March. Exact (eawl-,
lines will be announced. The .t udet s
are expected to have a cersae
menrt of the research probrlm togethel'
with :the estimated cost rofteach m;ajor
expenditure connected with it, The
project shoutld have been reviewecd by
members of the doctoral chairman or
or the chairman of the department.
Guidelines and a forinat for this sub-
mtission canu be obtainted in te Fellowy-
ships Office, Rackh ami Build i: ig.Room
1014; information by culing: exten
lion 4-2218.
Graduat e Record Examnilationi: Ap-
plicat ion~ blaniks are ava~ilable in Room-
3014, Rackham Building for the Grad-
uiate Record Examination, The next
administration of the test will b on
Sat urday, October 25, and ; pplicat lOs
are due in Princeton, New;vJersey be-
fore October 7.
F or eign lVisitors
Thec followting individual canl be

reached throtigh the Foreign Visitor
Division o1 the Visitor and Guest Rela-
tions Office. Rooms 22-24, Mchigan
Union. Telephone: 764-2148.
Mr.,John Edgar Lowe; Assistant Di-
rector of the Office of 'rests and Mea-
suzreneiits; and Chairman of English
Entrance Examination Commit tee,
American Uniiiversit v. Eeirutt Leban -
Mr. Frie'drichi (4cyer; Manager of
the Division on st andardization of
la boratorv equlipmen t inl the DECHEMA
German Society; of Apparattis in the
Chemical Field). Germane~. Sept. 9-10.
Mir. Walt her Dunhil; Dean of the
Instit ute of Construction of Institutes
of higher learnling with the Univeristy
of Stutttgart, Germany. Sept. 9-10.
Mir. M1einrad Bueche; iii charg-e of
platnning and development of the Tech-
mical Unlivei>itv of Karlsruhe, Ger-
many. Sept. 9-10.
tr. Friodtheim Heskie; Staff Member
of the Association of the Chemical In-
dtustry in Heidelberg. G;ernmany. Sept.
9-10.
3'200 SAi..
stuldentsb in last y'ear or semester,
loc-. April grads, seniors or grad.
stuadents.
Rtegistration meetilug for Placement
Services, General and Educational Dt-
vi ,ions, and information on Summer
Placeinit, and Career Counseling.
Tuesday. Sept. 16. Atid. D . Angell Hall.
come at 3 or 4 p Im.
Ci met openings, not interviews on
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NOTICES
Art Print Loans: Sept. 9th, 3:00-5:00
p.ml. and 7:00-9:00 p.m.: Sept. 10th,
7:00-9:00 pm.; Sept 1th. 3:00-5:00 p.m.
In i'ooms 3516 and 3532, Student Activ-
itles Btiliding.
Bach Club meeting. Thursday. Sept.
11. 8:00 p.m.; 1236 Washtenaw (corn-
er of S. Forest and Washtenaw, near
S. Unliv). Speaker: Dr. David Craw-
ford. "Bach and Handel - A General
Coimparison.'' Refreshments and fun af-
terwards. Everyone welcome!(Mtisical
knowvledge tinnecessary)u. For further
information call 663-2827. 761-7356,
665-'6806.
Leadershuip Training Cotirse-199. Sept.-
11, 7:00 pin.. 3529 S.A.B. Offered by the
Office of Student organizations for
developing pers~onal leadership skills
aiid identifying problems of university
leadership. Open to all sttidents for 2
hotirs c'redit. For more infornmat ion
cail 764-7421.
Youniig Social ist Alliance meeting. oi
Sept. 9thi. 7 :30 p.ml.. 3532 SAB. Mr.
Patil Luclico. Socialist Workers Partyv
Candidate for Detroit Common Couin-
cii. speaks on "The Fight for Socialism
inl Amueica.v
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Director. new grati or exper. p
park ping.
Local University Office: Clerik
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20-30 hours for 6 more weeks,
terminates tintil spring semest+
on same scitoti.
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investigate, couinseling, case~oo
pref. SSsoc work sci. mliii.
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Electrical Engrs, for Audiovisi
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music'. Part-timhe position. Deg
certificate irequired.
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ken by spect in the decision-making of
demand tihe Univer'sity. If you admit that
s. New- students have the right to vote
anrother' 01 these committees, then there
'espondisd no10 reasonl why there should not
be equal representation." he said.
LSA Associate Dean James Rob-
e' tsoni. director of the Residential
Collcee, replied, however, that
there w~as no philosophlical r'ea-
son that would be under'cut. if the
motion for I'epresentation wer'e
44ae d."
"The Cut'riculum Committee is
it. unto:; a body to look at all dimenisions
creation of courses. If we expect students
I ib1icto look at the comlmittee seriouisly
and not as a sanldbox operationi
:'al zPo5i- then t hey should be givenl voting
ks. then
t h e ni ptowpr i''he said.
oer, then We havo all'eady used such a
syvstpmn in tile Residential College
t, cold- anld it has somletimes been har'd
officer. fol' us, But it has made us think,
k, MSVw and 011 the whole it. has worked
iid Asst very well." Rober'tson said.
Ca Iw US tonihlit
eteach- Tile Radical Caucus will hold its
and se-
college first meeting of the year at 8:00
p~lm. tonight in tile second floor
v ocalI hallway of tile Studenlt Activities
roe anid Building. The discussion will focus
contact on R.O.T.C. and the bookstolre is-
sue.

Our ad staff initially offered season tickets at prices
far too low. We must stand by our announced prices.

So

while our staff is back in training, you get a $14

season ticket for $8 and a $17.50 season' ticket for
$11!-
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