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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15.1965

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15. i~ii~

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Niehuss Says 'U' Interested
In Residential College Plans

JOIN THE
INTERNATIONAL DAYS OF PROTEST.
AGAINST THE WAR, IN VIETNAM.
OCT. 15tH & 16th
Participate in the Ann Arbor Vietnam Day Activities

(Continued from Page 1)
Tuesday to release $3000 in pre-
liminary planning funds for the
college, which was placed fourth
on the priority list of University
buildings for the 1967-68 budget.
General library renovations, a new
architecture college and a science
building were ranked above the
residential college.
Residential college plans have
been going on since 1962. The
college was originally scheduled to
go into operation in 1964-65.
Prof. Stephen Kaplan of the
psychology department, a mem-
ber of the faculty advisory com-
mittee to the residential college,
indicated yesterday that one of
the problems delaying the college
has been a lack of communication
between the administration and
the faculty. However, he added
that the amount of communica-
tion has improved over the past
few weeks.
"People on both sides are eager
to have the college put through
the Legislature quickly and will be
working on plans," Kaplan said.
Prof. Bradford Perkins of the

history department, also a faculty
committee member, said yesterday,
"I am disappointed that the resi-
dential college does not have high-
er status with the Legislature. I
am sorry that they are not in-
flamed by what I think is a good
idea."
Niehuss explained the fourth
priority listing of the college as
caused by the relative newness.of
the project. "Work on the resi-
dential college is not so far along
as work on some of the -other
building projects. Requests for
funds for the three buildings
ranked higher than the college
have been filed with the Legisla-
ture for several years," Niehuss
added.
Lane yesterday called the 1967-
68 date tentative, contingent on
progress of plans to be submitted
for the college. He pointed out
that the University has not as yet
made any attempt to inform the
Legislature of the nature of the
proposed residential college which
is scheduled for construction on,
North Campus.

Hearing Demanded
In Admission Fight
(Continued from Page is ing out unauthorized literature in
MSU Board of Trustees is pleasing the dorms despite administrative
to me. It puts the responsibility warning, and therefore MSU was
for determining the disposition of justified in expelling him.
Schiff's request for readmission Robert Bodkin, '67, argued that
back in the hands of proper uni- a larger question of student rights
versity officials where it belongs." was involved. It was decided to
Schiff could not be reached for , continue to support Schiff since

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TOMORROW !
OKTOBERFEST
Homecoming Dinner-Dance

comment.
At the University's Student Gov-
ernment Council meeting last
night, Lee Hornberger, '66, pro-
posed that SGC withdraw its sup-
port for Schiff. Hornberger said
that Schiff had persisted in pass-
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
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In psych. Engrg, psych. & human fac-
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For further information, please call
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his expulsion was seen to be caus-
ed by MSU's opposition to student
activism.
Began in June
The case began in June when
Schiff, who had already been ac-
cepted for graduate work by MSU's
history department, was denied
readmission. John Fuzak, vice-
president for academic affairs, ad-
mitted that Schiff was academic-
ally qualified but claimed that his
presence in East Lansing was a
"disruptive influence."
Schiff filed a court complaint
in September alleging that MSU
had denied him due process of
law in failing to give him a
hearing before his expulsion. He
also said that he had not been
readmitted because of his leader-
ship of the Committee for Student
Rights, an activist organization
which often spoke out against
MSU's alleged multiversity pater-
nalism.
Schiff quickly obtained the aid
of the ACLU, which felt that the
matter raised a Constitutional
rights question which might re-
sult in a precedent for or against
academic freedom. The hearing,
originally set for Oct. 4, was post-
poned so that MSU's motion to
dismiss Schiff's motion could be
entered.
Yesterday's decision was not a
true victory for either side. Schiff
will get his hearing, but there is
nothing to prevent MSU from up-
holding his expulsion. ACLU's
Mazey says the decision will "bring
all universities to greater recogni-
tion of the rights of students to
constitutional guarantees of fair
procedures."

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Return Bookstore Petitions to:
SGT
1546 Student Activities Building
Drop oflor mail by THIS WEEKEND
Thank you,
SGC Committee on the
University Bookstore

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10:30 A.M.-12:00 A.M.
12:00 A.M.-START OF GAME
AFTER GAME- 4:30 P.M.
4:30 P.M.-

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