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Seventy-Fine Years of Editorial Freedom
VOL. LXXVI, No.64 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1965 SEVEN CENTS

EIGHT PAGES

Legislators

Hit

Faxon' s

Probe

By LEONARD PRATT landsen was unavailable last night. being "very uncourteous to legis- proceeded as though it had power
Ahighly-placed state represent- The source, who requested to lative committees who are more in this matter, although there
ative charged yesterday that Rep. remain unnamed, charged that directly concerned w i t h the has been no policy statement on
aikFarn's (Dyetraytt Re. Faxon's hearings yesterday were matter." this."
mittee on Higher Education of the "duplications" of ones held this Esch later said that the sub- Esch added that "the confusion
House Ways and Means Commit- summer by Vincent Petitpren's committee's actions, at WSU and here is not in the University, but
Houe, WahystdedaysCodtd (D-Wayne) House Committee on in announcing its proposed in- within the Legislature."
hearings on the University's tui- Higher Education. vestigation into Regent Eugene Esch saw two factors as creat-
tion and residence hall fee ac- Those hearings, initiated by Power's relationship with the Uni- ing this "confusion." First, he ex-
counts, "does not have the sanc- Petitpren after the University's versity through his ownership of plained, many representatives, in-
tion of its committee chairman for tuition and residence hall fee in- UMI, involve a question of eluding Faxon, are now serving
its investigation." creases last summer, included the "whether or not subcommittee their first term in the Legislature.
Regents, University President Har- chairmen have the power to func- Thus many are unaware of juris-
Rep. Marvin Esch (R-Ann Ar- lan Hatcher and members of the tion unilaterally." diction of the different committees
bor) added fuel to the fire by state board of education. He saw a definite duplication and subcommittees.
condemning Faxon's pending in- The source, noting that Faxon's between yesterday's investigation He also charged that "House a
vestigation of the relations be- hearings included neither Regents and that conducted by Petitpren officers" have not clarified the
tween University Microfilms Inc. nor Hatcher and only one mem- last summer. roles of committee chairmen.
and the University as "a Demo- ber of the Board of Education, Esch mentioned two areas in Faxon denied the charges, say-
crati,: form of witch-hunting Mc- charged the hearings were "in- which he felt the subcommittee's ing "the more people that are in-
Carthyism." complete." actions were questionable: terested in higher education, the
Faxon said that yesterday's He said Faxon's subcommittee! -"It confuses the question of better."
criticism was "the first I knew of was operating outside its proper ' who, the Ways and Means Com- He said he has sent copies of
such opinions." "There is no ques- area of concern in many cases. mittee's higher education subcom- all his minutes to Petitpren, "kept
tion," he said, "but that the Ways Mentioning Faxon's recently-an-, mittee or Petitpren's higher edu-jhim posted on developments" and
and Means Committee is the ap- nounced investigation of Wayne cation committee, has the respon- invited him to all hearings.
propriate committee to investigate State University's system of police sibility for legislative policies to- "The only thing I haven't done,"
these matters." protection for its students as an ward state colleges. Faxon said, "is let him be chair-
His chairman, Rep. Einar Er- example, he said the group was -"Faxon's subcommittee has man of my subcommittee."

-Daily-Jim Lines
REP. JACK FAXON (D-Detroit) (left) and Rep. James Farnsworth (,IHolland) quiz University ad-
ministrators on the use of tuition and residence hall incomes at the hearing yesterday.

REr. MARVIN ESCH

What's New at 764-1817
Hot Line
At tonight's meeting Student Government Council will
consider a motion sponsored by council members Mickey Eisen-
berg, '67, and Steven Daniels, '67. It would place an opinion
survey concerning military and political involvement in Viet Nam
on the ballot for the November 17 SGC election.
The motion also urges SGC to implore students to ignorej
the Hornberger poll, which asks the student body to affirm or
reject the statement, "I believe the student body to be in basic
agreement with the administration's policy in Viet Nam."
The two sponsors feel that the Hornberger motion is
"ambiguous and meaningless" and that only "an opinion survey
using rank order preference can provide a meaningful statement
of student sentiment."
* * * *
Michigan colleges are experiencing a dramatic enrollment
surge for the second. successive year, a University registration
official revealed yesterday.
According to a report prepared by Harris D. Olson, a total of
256,939 students are enrolled in Michigan's 76 colleges and uni-
versities-representing a 17 per cent increase over last year's
record-breaking enrollment of 219,525. The freshman increase of
27 per cent accounts for 39.3 per cent of this year's increase, and
considerable increases were noted on the graduate and profes-
sional graduate levels as well.
The University Professional Theatre Program has announced
that its 1966 Play of the Month Series will present "Absence of
a Cello," "The Subject Was Roses," "The Trojan Women," and1
"Barefoot In the Park." In addition, the program this season
will also sponsor a new Winter Festival of repertory by the Ameri-
can Conservatory Theatre, which will present "Tiny Alice" by
Edward Albee and Moliere's "Tartuffe."
Senators Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass), Philip A. Hart
(D-Mich) and Patrick McNamara (D-Mich) and Rep. Weston E.
Vivian (D-Ann Arbor) will be arriving at Ann Arbor airport
Friday afternoon at 4:45, it was announced today.
A reception for Kennedy, sponsored by the Ann Arbor and
University Young Democrats, will be held at the airport. Students
needing rides to the reception have been asked to meet in front
of the SAB at 4:15 p.m. Friday.,
Kennedy is the guest speaker at a Second Congressional
district dinner in Dundee that evening honoring Vivian.
Long Distance
University instruments were launched from the Fort
Churchill, Manitoba, rocket range at noon Tuesday and early
yesterday morning, the Space Physics Laboratory here reported
yesterday.
Three of them were "among the best we have ever had,"
4 , David R. Taeusch, Associate director of the electrical engineering
laboratory reported.
The instruments were launched under NASA Goddard Space
Flight Center support to measure nitrogen gas concentration and
electron density and temperature at altitudes from 18 to 200 miles
and to find the effect on these of extremes of sunlight.1

Faxon

Unit

Focuses

on

Housing
Students Cite'
Burdens of
Living Costs
Suggest Free Tuition,>
'U' Help for Students
Economic Welfare:
By SHIRLEY ROSICK
Student leaders advocated free
tuition for college students yes-
terday afternoon in a testimony
before the Subcommittee on High-
er Education of the House Ways
and Means Committee.
They also expressed concern
that students from low-income
levels are often unable to afford
to attend the University.
Student Government C o .u n c i 1
President Gary Cunningham, '66,
cited figures compiled by the In-
stitute of Social Research on the
family incomes of freshmen in the
fall of 1963 to demonstrate that TWO OF THE PRINCIPAL
the University is educating only Stephen Daniels, '67, reads
the "economic elite." dued-and a bit bored-as he
Bob Goyer, Grad, chairman of
the Graduate Student Council
Housing Committee, said that the TIRED OF IQC:
University attracts chiefly stu-_
dents from high-income families
not only because of tuition costs'
but also because of the high cost F ro st
of room-and-board, which amountsj
to about half of a student's ex-
penses. By NEAL BRUSS

Hears

Student

-Daily-
WITNESSES SHOWN AT YESTERDAY'S HEARINGS. At left: Student Government Council
prepared statement. At right: Vice-President for Business and Finance Wilbur K. Pierpont appe
e listens to a question.

Views
-. Legislators
a yHit Fee Hike,
High Costs
Say Housing Prices
Major Reason Poor
Unable to Afford 'U'
By NEIL SHISTER
Rep. Jack Faxon (D-Detroit)
and his House subcommittee held
the first of several anticipated
hearings yesterday on the Uni-
versity's use of income from its
tuition and residence hall fees.
The hearings are being held In
conjunction with the auditor gen-
eral's recently-released report on
the results of his audit of the
University's financial books.
Faxon emphasized that he is
not seeking to expose administra-
-Jim Lines tive impropriety, but is concern-
member ed that the University make the
ears sub- most efficient use possible of its
revenues while still maintaining a
concern for the economic status
of the student.
'U' Vice-Presidents
Testifying before the Ways and
Means Subcommittee were four
University administrators-Mar-
v*~ in Niehuss, executive vice-presi-
Sdent; Allan Smith, vice-president
for academic affairs; Wilbur K.
Pierpont, vice-president in charge
of business and finance, and
Michael Radock, vice-president for
Y University relations.
ty Young Richard Cutler, vice-president
leaflets at for student affairs, was also sched-
1 in a joint uled to appear but was unable to
ion d r i v e because of illness.
nan for the Most of the day-long meeting
table" the focused on the University's policy
o recognize and action in the area of stu-
erican Fed- dent housing, and also considered
ounty and the recent tuition hike, approved
as official by the Regents this summer.
mployes in High-Cost Housing
ry and in Faxon expressed great amaze-
ment that the publicly owned Uni-
ile the Uni- versity housing was not signifi-
s a war on cantly cheaper than private rents
it uncon- in Ann Arbor, one of the highest
deny eo- in the country. He said that this
nan dignity high cost of housing is "prob-
k in its own ably the principal reason why
larly ironic many of the state's poorer stu-
these em- dents cannot afford to attend the
the spokes- University."
In a survey conducted by the
nds that it'Institute for Social Research it
be covered See FAXON, Page 8
hinson Act,
igan public Ik Su f r
e unions as
ning agents
es if a ma- Second Attack
support the
ts, however, FT. GORDON, Ga. ()-Former
igan State President Dwight D. Eisenhower

louse Will Withdraw

3
,

ordering the house treasurer to re-,

The Frost IQC committee's in-

Goyer cited a lack of adequate
housing, especially at the lower-; At its weekly meeting last night,
cost end of the housing spec- Robert Frost House Council vot-
trum as contributing to the high ed to withdraw membership from:
cost of living. Inter-Quadrangle Council.
He called for the University to The 10-2 vote came after pres-I
plan now for expansion of hous- entation of evidence by a special
ing accommodations over the next committee chosen last week to as-!
five to ten years to take care of sess IQC contributions to resi-
the ever-increasing student popu- dents of the Mary Markley Hall1
lation. Honors house.
See STUDENT, Page 8 The motion included a clause

fuse to pay current IQC dues until vestigation centered around cur-
further notice. The dues are as- rent budget figures, which includ-
sessed at 35c per resident. ed a $400 office supply allocation,
a $317.17 miscellaneous fund, a
An IQC meeting next Monday $161.70 telephone charge, a $50
night is slated for discussion of president's fund, a $210 requisition
benefits and improvements with- for 'Ensian advertising and a $260
in IQC, according to Frost House special project allotment for which'
sources. IQC President Lee Horn- no specific use was found by the
berger, '66L, was unavailable for Frost committee.
comment last night after the:
Frost House action. Group Charges Waste
The committee heard rumors in
its investigation that IQC had been
selling athletic equipment to res-
idence halls at a profit out of a

LFocal, YI
Denounc4
Union PC
A group of Univers
Democrats distributed
the University Hospital
Young Democrats - uni
yesterday as a spokesm
group termed "regret
University's refusal tc
Local 1583 of the Am
eration of State, Cc
Municipal Employes
bargaining agent for e
the University laundr
units of the hospital.

HAS MIXED VIEW OF SDS:
Alinsky Hits Poverty Program as Wishifu

By STEVE WILDSTROM
Social critic, protest organizer
and writer, Saul Alinsky lashed
out at the government's War on
Poverty before an overflow au-
dience at Rackham Amphitheatre
yesterday.
"If you saw Watts," said Alin-
sky, referring to the race-riot torn
area of Los Angeles, "you wouldn't
question why it blew up. You'd
only ask why it didn't go in 1964,
or '63 or '62."
He added that to assume, as R.
Sargent Shriver, poverty war di-

pathetic and positive towards Stu-{
dents for a Democratic Society
(SDS)."
He added, however, "The way
they operate towards issues is just'
not realistic from our point of
view. People in the ghettoes are
not interested in the bomb. They
wouldn't mind seeing the bomb,
dropped-on the white commun-
ity."
He likened social organization
to a play-the fir'st two acts are
boring but lay the groundwork forj
the exciting action of the third
act. "The trouble with these kids
(SDS) is that. they want, to come

$50 athletic fund-"It is ironic that whi
l~In addition, the committee versity actively support.
caNaedehat s eermd b oeryi pslni
scattered and unclaimed copies, nomicly continues to
Negro area of Woodlawn on Chi- the IQC Newsletter-published at omi justice and hun
for the people who work
cago's south side. a cost of $126 this semester-was hospital. It is pamticu
"When we hold a delegate con- an ineffective use of funds. becase s ay of
vention of the Woodlawn Organ-..as o n f
ization, we have in the ioom twice Committee members said that ployes are Negroes, '
the total membership of all the IQC President Hornberger had man said.
civil rights organizations in Chi- claimed to them thatall residencer The University contc
cago. Tihis ogiszh aor Daeyi-hal government derives power !cannot constitutionally
ago. This is why Mayor Daley from the IQC. by the amended Hute.
will pay attention to TWO, even which requires Michi
if that attention is negatively di- Frost Members Dispute Charge employers to recognize
rected," he said. Several Frost House Council sole collective bargain
Regarding Daley, he said, "There members, however, felt that claim for a group of employ
is a wide gap between those who could be disputed, according to jority of the employes
hold power, the Daley organiza- Charles Ballard, '68E, committee union.
tion, and those who do not, par- chairman. In addition, Frost House The Young Democra
ticularly the Negro community, President David Satchell, '67, said point out that Mich

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