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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 196 i

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END RACIAL BIAS:
Schools Revamp
Greek Procedures

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IFC president Bruce Getzen, '68,
said he does not feel IFC will need
to apply the type of pressure now"
being employed on other cam-
puses.
"IFC is proceeding on an edu-
cational basis' as opposed to forc-
ing fraternities to eliminate dis-
crimination," he explained.
On many campuses Sigma Chi
fraternity has come under fire for
allowing alumni to participate in
membership selection. Getzan, who
is also president of the Univer-
sity's chapter of Sigma Chi, said,
"This is a policy of the national
organization and not necessarily
of the individual chapters."
Getzan said further he plans to
work for elimination of traditional
alumni participation in member-
ship selection when Sigma Chi
holds its national convention this
summer.
Hollett forsees "de facto segre-
gation as a major problem still
facing the lEO membership com-
mittee." He says, "education
rather than direct action" will be
used to tackle this problem.
The problem of de facto segre-
gation is compounded by the na-
ture of the Greek system. Many
houses require unanimous consent
to initiate a pledge. A single mem-
ber's negative vote could block
the membership of any individual.
The self-perpetuation of houses
which are predominately Jewish
or Negro is another problem relat-
ed to discrimination. At the Uni-
versity there are eight fraterniti-
ties and four sororities known as
Jewish houses, two Negro fraterni-
ties and two Negro sororities.
Members of these minorities are
attracted primarily to t h e s e
houses.
As a result there are few Ne-
groes in the University's predomi-
nately white fraternities and no
Negroes in white sororities.
Pressure on the Greek systemI
elsewhere across the country has
for the most part been initiated
by faculty and administrators:
At Tulane University in New
Orleans, several faculty members
are pressing for "minimal univer-
sity recognition" of fraternities
until they no longer practice ra-
cial discrimination.
Henry Mason, a political science
professor there introduced this as
a motion to the Faculty Senate's
student affairs committee, where

it was defeated by one vote. Uni-
versity sources indicate Mason's
proposal may, however, be adopt-
ed in the near future.
At the University of Colorado,
the Board of Regents passed a
resolution barring from campus
any fraternity or sorority which
allows alumni to participate in
membership selection. However
the action was delayed this year
when a new Board of Regents was;
elected.
At the University of Iowa the
student council recommended that
the University of Iowa president
carry out an investigation of their
Greek'system. Sigma Chi was ask-
ed to withdraw from their na-
tional because of a clause in the
national constitution which states
no chapter may pledge or initiate
any member "who for any reasonI
is likely to be considered as per-
sonally unacceptable as a brother
by any chapter or any brother!
anywhere."1

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Student organization notices are not
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Information call 764-9270.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
ioar-"The Management of Managers":
146 Business Administration, 8:15 a.m.
Dept. of Mathematics Film Showing
-Marston Morse's "Pitts, Peaks, Pass-
es": 325 West Engneering, 3 p.m.
Slavic Dept. Lecture--Roman Jakob-
ion, Harvard University and M.I.T., "The
Peculiar Features of Russian Litera-
ture": Aud. A, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Science Researci, Club Meeting: Jo-
senh D. AMrris thnrai inaav"P

Dept. of Germanic Languages and the John Hays Fellows Program, speak- b) All students owing such accounts
Literatures Dramatic Reading: Dr. Fred- er. Reservations should be made with will not be allowed to register in any
erick Ritter, former professional actor, Hazel M. Losh, secretary. Members subsequent semester or summer ses-x
Lessing's "Nathan der Weise": Tues., of other chapters invited: Thurs., April sion until payment has been made.
April 4, Au A, Angell Hall, 8 p.m. 6, Michigan Union, 6:30 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Robert Ed-
School of Music Doctoral Student University of Michigan Grounds: The ward Reinert, Fisheries; thesis: "The'
Concerto Concert -University Sym- University of Michigan Grounds Dept. Accumulation of Dieldrin in an Alga
phony Orchestra, Theo Alcantara, con-± is going to start spraying elm trees (Scendesmus Obliquus), Daphnia (Da-
ductor: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m. along streets and parking lots on phinia Magna), Guppy (Legestes Re-
campus. ticulatus) Food Chain," Tues., April 4,
Spraying will be done on relatively Room 1032 Natural Resources, at 9 a.m.
{ eteral N E)o ces windless days, when temperatures are Co-Chairmen, J. E. Bardach and F. F.
320 or wbove. The areas to be sprayed Hooper.

who will be on campus during the fol- U.S. Force, New Mexico--Adminis-
.owing week, on the dates indicated. trative Librarian, GS-9, chief librarian
Program arrangements are being made for base. Fie torn 57.
3y the Foreigi Visitor Programs Oftice, lig Brother, of Sagia, Inc.. Sagi-
764-21 '.3 naw, Mirh.-Crseworker and counseior
Harmut von Hentig, chair for ped- for private non-sectarianagency serv -
agogy, Gottingen University, Germany, ing fatherless boys between 8-17. MSW
Gerold U. Becker, doctoral candidate pref. bkgds. in soc., psych., social work
God Us.s Bckerh dtol canie acceptable at other degree levels.
and assistant to the head of the Insti- * * *
tute of Education at Gottingen Uni- For "urther information please call
versity, Germany, April 3-'5. 764-7460, General Divis:ion, Bureau of
M. F. Mohtadi, professor of engineer-
ing and head, Department of Chemi- Appointments, 3200 SAB.
cal Engineering, University of the West
Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad, April ANNO-JNCEMENT:
9-11. Peace Corps T'eam--At Bureau of Ap-
A. Nduka, secondary high school pointments Monday. Wednesday. No
teacher, Nigeria, April 9-12. appointments necessary.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:

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Student Tea: At the home of Presi-
dent and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher. All
students are cordially invited. Wed.,
April 5, 4 to 6 p.m.
Botany Seminar, Dr. Katherine Esau,
Univ. of California, "Cytology of the
Phloem and its Possible Relation to
Function"- Wed., April 5. Aud. E,
Physics-Astronomy, 4:15 p.m.
Conference of Michigan Scholars in
College Teaching Program: "Student-
Faculty Robhs in Academic Decision
Making"; attendance by invitation only:
Thurs., April *, Rackham Bldg., 9:30
a.m. to 6 p.m.
School of Natural Resources Honors
Convocation: Stanley A. Cain, asssitant
secretary of the interior, "The Grow-
ing Concern for the Quality of the
Environment": Thurs. April 6. Aud. A

will be posted the day before spraying
takes plac,
One general application will be need-
ed before the bird nesting season be-
gins.
Mist application during this early
spring period wil' give the best con-
trol of bark beetles which spreads
Dutch elm disease.
The spray will not harm the enamel
of cars. If spray mist should settle
on a car, the owner should use a con-
mercial cleaner polish to remove the
residue, jus soap and water will not
remove the spray.
Depending on weather conditions the
spraying will take between 21 to 3
weeks.
NDEA Title IV Fellowships: Applica-
tions or Progress Reports for 1968-69
must be- submitted by department
of program chairmen to Assoc. Dean

Doctoral Examination for Dodd Har-
vey Bogart, Social Psychology; thesis:
"Demonism as a Function of Status
Certainty Loss," Wed., April 5, Room
4110 ISRtat 9 a.m. Chairman, Dorwin
Cartwright.
Doctoral Examination for Sister Paul
Michael Slakey, Biological Chemistry;
thesis: "The Composition of Rat Liver
Triglycerides," Wed., April 5, Room
5423 Medical Science, at 10 a.m. Chair-
man, W. E. M. Lands.
Doctoral Examination for David Leroy
Williams, aMt.ematics; 'thesis: "Some.
Banach Spaces of Entire Functions,"
Wed., April 5. Room 6 Angell Hall, at
11 a.m. Chairman, A. L. Shields.
Doctoral Examination for Ellen Mae
Johnston Laing, History of Art; thes-
is: "Scholars and Sages: A Study of

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Mich. - Medcal Technologist, pref.
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for School of Nursing, masters degree
pref. Bacteriologist, Therapeutic Dieti-
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Pontiac Press, Pontiac, MIch.-Exper-
ienced reporters and copy editors, aft-
ernoon publication of 72,000 circula-
tion.
Deere & Co., Moline, Ill.-Two prefes-;
sional libr. positions. Cataloger and
Readers' Services Librarian.

212 SAiR-
INTEitVIEWS:
W1?)., 1AP11l.15-
Grolier Society-Men only, April 4 &
5, 3-5 p.m. each day.
Howard Johnson Co., Chicago, Ill. -
9-5 p.m. Offer maiager trainee pro-
gr am in 7C locations.
Trueman, Inc., Detroit, Mich. - 9-5
p.m. Temporary office work for clerks,
typists, receptionists, key punch oper-
ators, computer programmers, switch-
board, calculator, stenographers, book-
keepers.
Details and applications at Summer
Placement Service, 212 SAB, Lower Lev-
el.

I.p ot1. orris, L o . ac c stirrery e--", . ., ------, ------------,------------ - -,-- --- -
At Cornell University the Board vascularization of the Heart"; Daniel Angell Hall, 2 p.m. Bretsch not later than Fri., April 7, 4 Chinese Figure Painting," Wed., April
of Trustees threatened last :;ping Sinclair, "-ubble Chamber": Tues., p mi. 5. Room 208 Tappan Hall, at 11 a.m.
to separate the Greek system from April 4, Rackham Amphitheatre, 7:30 Phi Beta Kappa Annual Dinner: Dr Chairman, Richar Edwards.
n.m. Charles R. Keller, director-emeritus of Student Accounts: Your attention is
the chol bcaue ofdisrimna-called to the tollowing rules passed oy D loctoral Examination for Charles Al-
tory practices. Three "Christian" - - the Regents at their meeting on Feb bert Ryavec, Mathematics; thesis:
sororities had their national af- 28, 1936: Students shall pay all accoun, . 'Problems in Diophantine Analysis."
filiation revoked for pledging due the University not later than the Wed., April 5, Room 3015LAngell Hall,
pleding ce blast day of classes of each smse at 1 p.m. Chairman, D.J. Lws.
Jewish girls which Sigma Chi was u or summer session. Student loans which Doctoral Examition for Charles E
forced by the university's admin- are not paid or renewed are subject t o ctrlEaiain o hre d
istration to drop out of their a this regulation: however, student loans ward Meyer, History of Art; thesis:
tina s te cudpeg n -i ,~ not yet due are exempt. Any unpaid "The Staircase of the Episcopal Palace
tonal so they could pledge an - --,accunts at the close of business o at Wurzburg," Wed., April 5, Room
Oriental whom they had bid. the last day of classes will be reported 208 Tappan Hall, at 4 p.m. Chairman,
This year's IFO president at TUESDAY, APRIL 4 8:30 p.m.-The Stockholm Uni- to the Cashier of the University and N. T. Whitman.
Cornell, however, sponsored a 8:30 p.m.-The University Sym- versity Chorus will perform as a) All academic credits will be with-
drie o-getNeros itowhtephoy rcestaTho Acataapart of the University Musical held, the grades for the semester or For ig7ysi .~
drive to, get Negroes to white phony Orchestra, Theo Alcantara, summer session just completed will not o S O
lea st ne ee rsentati e ofas a Society Choral U nion Series at Wl e is e .F lo i g ae t e f ri n vst r
frerties so every house has at conductor, will perform in a music Hill Audbe released, and no transcript of credits
least one representative of a #o r ipromi u ilAd will be issued. Following are the foreign visitors #
minority group. The school's school doctoral student concerto -- --- -
Board of Trustees has suspended concert at Hill Aud.
action to push the Greek system WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 .I n UInIn
cat Oregon State University a 8:00 p.m.-The speech depart- VOICE
ISan Tieorn alumnusio ff igmn, C.hi1 ment w'll present the University

ORGANIZATION NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- 6,7:30 pin., Michigan Union.
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially J*CM
Joint Jh diclary Council, Meeting,
recognized and registered student or- Wed., April 5, 6:30 p.m., 3540 SAB.
ganizations only. Forms are available , * -
in Room 1011 SAB. Scotto* ntrFakianu

k

- *aeut tuu .rom DanceC uo
. * * -Dancing, Wed., April 5, 8-14 p.m., Wom-
Russian Circle, Russky Kruzhok, tea en's Athletic Bldg. Step instruction
and Russian conversation, Tues., April and practice-8-8:30 p.m. only.
4, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. * * *
* * * Deutscher Verein, Kaffeestunde, Wed,
Phi Eta Sigma, Spring initiation, April April 5, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Sthe new....
SPECIAL OFFER to all residents of MARKLEY

Ol .lg uuill U 0gia 1111
held up the pledging of a Japa-
nese-American. As a result, Wally
Priestly (D-Portland) has intro-
duced a bill in the Oregon state
legislature which would make
alumni interference in member-
ship selection illegal. In the mean-

Players performing Arthur Mil-
ler's "The Crucible" at Trueblood
Aud.
8:30 p.m.-William P. Maln
will direct a music school concert,
"Music of Southeast Asia" at Hill
Aud.

time Arthur S. Fleming, president
of Oregon State, said that fra- THURSDAY, APRIL 6
ternities and sororities must stop 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.-The Cinema
discriminatory practices or with- :
draw from the university. jIGuild will present Vsevolod Pu-
At the University of Wiscon- dovkin's "Mother" at the Archi-
sin fraternities and sororities have 'tecture Aud.
been given a deadline for submit- 8:00 p.m.-The speech depart-
ting-a certificate stating there is ment will present the University,
no alumni interference in their Players performing Arthur Miller's
membership selection. "The Crucible" at Trueblood Aud.

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