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PAGL TEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1967

PAG! TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIflAV. APR!!. '7 W'7

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Idzerda Calls for Increased
Student Decision-Authority

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they have extraordinary respon-
sibility but that their genuine
power is difficult to discover and
usually attenuated by the time
they find it. They must work by
rewards, persuasion, distribution
of responsibility and authority,
and finally the creation of an en-
vironment in which good will,
patience, and mutual trust arej
normative."
"What are the goals of author-
ity?", he asked. "Is it peace?=
stability-charity of function?" ,
"You can create a desert and
call it peace."
"An unsympathetic observer
may look at the goverance of a
college today and conclude that
it is nothing more .than a mosaic
of vested interests in which the
principle seems to be each for
himself and each against all,.
Many of these vested interests are
as jealously guarded as fiefs in a
decaying medievil society."
But Idzerda doesn't want con-
frontation between students and
administration. "The goverance of
a college must go beyond com-
munication, consellation, or con-
frontation."
Implementation 'Impossible'
At a panel discussion afterwards
Assoc. Prof. Stanley M. Wiersma
of the English department of Al-
bion .college told Idzerda that to
implement his ideas would mean
"I won't be able to keep school."
Idzerda responded by saying
that learning "is a complex

aesthetic component." He said you
cannot justifiably separate the
emotional involvement with stu-
dents at the college level.
"I would submit that the
genuine significant learning pro-
cess is based upon love, delight
and joy. I have to use the word,
'love,' you can't get away from it."
"We're' making zombies of stu-
dents, Prof. Joan E. Meuller of the
English department of Hope col-
lege said, "We're all hung-up on
the medievil system. It's secure.
We like it that way."
Assoc. Prof. J. W. Crump of the
chemistry department of Albion
college said he could not under-
stand why the university com-
munity is split up. "Why have ad-
ministration representation, fac-
ulty representation, and student
representation?" He believed the
university should be unified. "Why
not organize as a community-a
one-man, one-vote-Would this

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Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
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Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
FRIDAY, APRIL 7
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"The Management of Managers":
146 Busintss Administration, 8:15 am.
Phi Sigma Iota Convention-Regis-
tration, Michigan Union, 9 a.m.
Lept. of Psychology, Sesquicentennial
Symposium-"The Frontiers of Social
Psychology": L. Festinger, Stanford; H.
H. Kelley, UCYA, and W. J. McGuire,
ORGAN IZATION

Columbia, Rackham Amphitheatre, 9:15 Party; Sigma Phi, Victory Party; Sig-
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ma Pi, Open-Open; Sphinx, Initiation;
Tau Delta Phi, Open-Open; Tau Ep-
Southern Asia Club: David Wurfel, silon Phi, Open-Open Party; Theta
professor, "Financing Politics in South Delta Chi, Victory Party; Theta Xi,
and Southeast Asia": bag lunch; open Party; Zeta Beta Tau, TG & Open-
to the public, Fri., April 7, Commons Open; Zeta Psi, Hall Party.
Room, Lane Hall, 12 noon. SAT., APRIL 8-
Alpha Delta Phi, Pledge Formal; Al-
Civil Engineering and Engineering pha Phi Alpha, Dance; Alpha Sigma
Mechanics Joint Seminar-Dr. Chaim Phi, Band Party & Open-Open; Alpha
Elata, principal research scientist, Hy- Tau Omega, Open-Open; Beta Theta
dronautics, Inc., Laurel, Md., "Turbu- Pi, Puddle Party; Chi Phi, Theme Par-
lent Flow of Polymer Solutions": 311 ty; Chi Psi, Social Open-Open; Delta
West Engineering, 2 p.m. Chi, Toga Party; Delta Sigma Phi,
Beach Party; Delta Tau Delta, Pledge
Astronomical Colloquium - A. H. Del- Formal; Delta Upsilon, Band Party;
semme, professor of physics and as- Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Formal &
tronomy, Univ. of Toledo, "A Geo- Open-Open Band Party; Phi Delta
physical Expedition into the Crater of Theta, Pledge Formal & Open-Open;
an Active Volcano": 807 Physics-Astron- Phi Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Gamma
omy, 4 p.m. Delta, Pledge Formal & Pre-Post,
Phi Kappa Psi, Mothers Weekend;
Cinema Guild-Vsevolod Pudovkin s Phi Sigma Kappa, House Party; Sig-
"Mother": Architecture Aud., 7 and 9:05 ma Alpha Epsilon, Pledge Formal; Sig-
p.m.i ma Chi, Pledge Formal; Sikma Nu,
Open-Open Pledge Formal; Sigma Pi,
Dept. of Speech University Players Open-Open; Tau Delta Phi, Open-
Performance-Arthur Miller's "The Cru- Open; Tau Epsilon Phi, Open-Open
cible": Trueblood Aud., 8 p.m. Party; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band Par-
ty; Theta Chi, Pledge Party & Open-
School of Music Concert-Collegium Open; Theta Delta Chi, Super-Orgy;
Musicum: Recital Hall, School of Mu- Theta Xi, Party; Zeta Beta Tau, Party;
sic, 8:30 p.m. Zeta Psi, Tyiana Party.

* * *
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division. Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB,
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB--
INTERVIEWS:-
TUES., APRIL 11--
Camp Optimist, Grand Rapids, Mich.
-Day camp. Overnight, counselors, men
only.
WED., APRIL 12-
Kelly Services, Detroit, Mich.-All
types of fobs open, including part-
time, skilled & unskilled, office, secre-
tarial, bookkeeping, computers, etc.
THURS., APRIL 13-
Camp Sequoia, N.Y.-Coed. 10-5 p.m.
Positions open in waterfront, arts &
crafts, nature, pioneering, ham radio
& general counselors.
Details and applications at Summer
Placement Service, 212 SAB, Lower Lev
el.

GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe
FRIDAY, APRIL 7th-NOON LUNCHEON 25c
BEN HOFFMAN, Grad.-Poli. Sci.
".MASS COMMU NICATIONS"
(End of Series)
FRIDAY EVENING-6:00 P.M.
Chinese Dinner (Egg Foo Young)
Call 662-5189 for*reservations
before 1 :00 P.M. Friday
Daily Classifireds Get Results

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not increase dialogue?"
Prof. Alfred G. Meyer, of the
University's Political Science de-
partment, moderator of the discus-
sion, disagreed with structuring
saying that "standards are always
obstacle courses."
"This community," he added,
"itself doesn't even exist-every-
one is getting in everyone elses
way." Meyer contended that "we're
stuck with thorough bureaucratic
structures of all life."
He believed, "if they really want
to learn, people must enter an
underground conspiracy."*
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General Notices

Placement

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cations now being taken. Call the di- port, Joidt Peace Corps-College Pro-
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UUAshould be in by May 1 for program
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ganizations only. Forms are available telecast on Detroit stations: ice. Summer expenses paid by Peace
In Room 1011 SAB. * 8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 - Corps, prospective math and science
"Understanding Our World. India's majors are eligible. Will accumulate
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Ben Hoffman, Grad: "MassCommuni- India, with Prof. O. L. Chavarria- ers certification at end of 2 years.
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Doctoral Examination for James Earl tography if qualified. Male or female.
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7, 8-11 p.m., Barbour Gym. ,ng Co., Warren, Ohio-Manager of
Manufact. and Industrial Products Di-
Campus Crusade for Christ, College E.vents vision. _40-50 age range, any engineer-
life meeting, April 7, 7:30 p.m., Alpha ing degree, some responsible super-
Omicron Pi Sorority. 800 Oxford Rd. The following sponsored student isory exper, in manu. and/or engrg-
* * events are approved for the coming metalworking.
Newman Student Association, Com- weekend. Social chairmen are reminded Southeastern Michigan University -
munity mass and supper, April7, 5 that requests fortapproval fortsocial Asst. to Publications Editor in Infor-
p.m., Newman Center, 331 Thompson. events are due in the Office of Student mation Services. Writing and design-
* * * Organizations not later than 12 o'clock ing publications, liaison between In-
Baha'i Student Group, Discussion, noon on wednesday prior to the event, formation Services and university fac-
April 7, 8 p.m., 335 E. Huron, Apt. 5. FRI., APRIL , ulty, immediate need. Degree in Jour-
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Newman Student Association, "Last pha Delta Phi, Record Party; Alpha in journalism, English, some exper. pref.
Blast" party, April 7, 8 p.m., Newman Kappa Alpha, Sadie Hawkins Dance; injour m, adv., or public relations.

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However, because the president
was out of town for the weekend,
the students phoned Loeschner. At
about 9:45 a.m., the president's as-
sistant indicated that he did not
intend "to be intimidated," but he
agreed to set up an appointment
to talk with the protestors at 11
o'clock.
After the morning action, Au-
ten said Loeschner was "shook,"
and Cebulski claimed this issue
was "the last straw that broke
the camel's back."
Fromhart felt that at least the
administration "realized students
will take an active role" because
this was "more than had ever
happened before." But he was cau-
tious to expect great success be-
cause "we just got a foot inside
the door."
At the meeting, which was de-
layed until about 11:30, Fromhart,
Auten, Cebulski and student coun-
cil president Steve Landers got all
the way inside the door to talk
with Leeschner and Lawrence.
Lawrence said the students be-
haved "politely and courteously"
and not like an unruly "bunch of
kids." The protestors presented no
demands, he continued, because it
was "not that sort of discussion--
it was a conversation.".Lawrence
saw the "nature of the conversa-
tion as a rather healthy exchange
of ideas and attitudes."
Appreciative
Students told Lawrence that
Ratliff "was well liked" and that
they were appreciative of his work.
The vice-president said "this was
something we liked to-hear," but
he offered no specific response to
student leaders since no demands
were made.
Lawrence explained that Rat-
liff's resignation was "not a ques-
tion of student rights, but rather
a question of student employabil-
ity." The Declaration of Rights
was receiving "proper and digni-
fied attention in the hands of the
faculty council."
Through meetings with the ad-
ministrators, Cobulski felt that the
Across
Campus
FRIDAY, APRIL 7
7:00 and, 9:05 p.m.-Cinema
Guild will present Vsevolod Pu-
dovkin's "Mother" in the Archi-
tecture Aud.
8:00 p.m.-The speech depart-
ment wil present the University
Players performing in Arthur
Miller's "The Crucible" at True-
blood Aud.

ecmmunication gap between stu-
dents a ad administration would be
narrowed and a bridge of mutual
understanding would be construct-
ed. He echoed Lawrence saying
Ratliff's resignation was an em-
ployer-employe relationship. The
decision to have any further stu-
dent demonstrations rested with
the residents, Cobulski added.
Although he does not exclude
the possibilit: that the students
may decide to continue protest,
Lawrence feels future protest
"would be inappropriate since
there is no catalyst."
After all, as one protestor said
outside I.eeschner's office, "We're
not the kind of people that want
to start anything."

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Center, 331 Thoi*pron.
* * *
La Sociedad Hispanica, Una Tertulia,
Mon., April 10, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg. Para toda persona que quiera pla-
ticar en espanol. Cafe, galletas, etc.,
gratis.
* * *
Ann Arbor Dance Theatre, Ann Ar-
bor Fourth Annual Dance Concert,
April 7 and 8, 8:30 p.m., Tappan Junior
High School Aud. Program of modern
dance: dances by Anne Chammah, Ann
Young, Barbara Berofsky and Taya
Bergmann.

Alpha Phi, Pledge Formal; Alpha Phi
Alpha, TG; Alpha Sigma Phi, Open-
Open Room Party; Alpha Tau Ome-
ga, Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi, Record
Party; Chi Phi, TGIF; Chi Psi, Social
Open-Open; Delta Chi, "TG; Delta Tau
Delta, Open-Open; Delta Upsilon, Rec-
ord Party; Gamma Phi Beta, Party;
Hayden House, EQ, Party.
Phi Delta Theta, Open-Open; Phi
Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Gamma Delta,
Open House; Phi Kappa Psi, Open-
Open; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Party; Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, IFC Sing Celebration;
Sigma Nu, TGIF & Open-Open Room

But 1 certify you, brethren, that
the gospel which was preached
of me is not after man. For I
neither received it of mam, nei-
ther was I taught it, but by
the revelation of Jesus Christ...
Gal. 1:11-12
CHURCH OF CHRIST

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