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PAGI! TEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY.NOVEMBER 11. 1966

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DAILY OFFIC
(Continued from Page 7)
felt that some membership requirement
was necessary.
On the other hand, we realized the
necessity of protecting the individual
political rights of organization mem-
bers. Many students, who might join
an organization to learn about it, would
be discouraged if their names were to
appear. on official membership lists.
Thus we felt that the old membership
requirement detracted from the Univer-
sity's educational goals to the extent
that it prevented students from experi-
menting with new ideas. .
We feel that our requirement of .the
names of two officers rests on some
preferred middle ground. Procedural
problems of accountability disappear
as the names of responsible members
of the organization are brought out
into the open. Through publishing
these names other stulents at the Uni-
versity are -better able to contact the
organization's leaders and learn of its
activities. Further,, we felt that re-
quiring officers names did not engender
the same civil liberties problems that
the old requirement did. Officers are no
longer learning about the ideas of the
organization but are actively promul-
gating them. Thus, we felt that they
should be ready to take responsibility
for these ideas.
The faculty adviser issue presented
many different problems. It was our
desire to increase the role of the fac-
ulty adviser in student organizations.
FAcross
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FRIDAY, NOV. 11
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objectives of the University after con- Phi Sigma Kappa, Party; Phi Sigma engrg. bkgd. with MBA, other consid- in camping. Good pay. Details at Sum-
sulting with the three principal groups Sigma, Open-Open; Pi Lambda Phi, ered, 3-8 yrs. out of college, business mer Placement Service, 212 SAB.
A TU BUT N concerned: students, faculty and ad- House Party & Open-Open; Psi Upsi- exper. of accomplishment in planning International Student Information
ministration. Only by continuing in this lon, Band Party; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, areas. Service-Mr. Pot will be at the Sum-
direction can we maintain regulations Wesson Oil Party; Sigma Alpha Mu, City of Inkster, Mich.-Acctg. Super- mer Placement Service, 212 SAB, on No-
which benefit students and student Open-Open; Sigma Phi, Open-Open; visor, City Treas. Office. Maint. tax, vember 22 from 9 to 5. Come in and
organizations on the campus of the Sigma Phi Epsilon, Band Party; Sigma payroll, purchasing records, supervise ask questions about working in Eu-
We felt that the potential contribu- University of Michigan. Pi, Open-Open; Tau Delta Phi, Party; office, personnell and all acctg. activity, rope full time and summer employment.
tions of such an adviser are great, Tau Epsilon Phi, Record Party & Open- Degree in Acctg. or BA with some acctg., Summer Placement Service-Now has
but can only be realized when the or- Open; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge For- or exper. If degree, no exper. required. full details and new applications on
ganization truly wishes the adviser. The Events mal; Theta Chi, Open-Open; Theta Del- Dana Corp., Toledo, Ohio - Internal the Lufthansa Airlines, employment in
previous regulation relevant to the fac- ta Chi, Father's Weekend; Theta Xi, Auditors, wide exposure, considerable Germany. Student must have sufficient
ulty sponsor, was a flat requirement The following sponsored student Open-Open; Trigon, Dad's Day; Zeta travel. Acctg, major pref., at least some knowledge of German to enable him/her
that served to decrease, not increase, events are approved for the coming Beta Tau, Open-Open; Zeta Psi,. Band courses. 3-4 yrs. in public acctg. or to converse in this language.
his usefulness. Student organizations weekend. Social chairmen are reminded Party. internal audit. Davey Tree Expert Co., Kent, Ohio -
were all too ready to find any faculty that requests for approval for social McGraw-Hill Publications, Hightstown, Mr. Swen will interview students, male,
member to fulfill the prerequisite with- events are due in the Office of Student N.J.-Salesman for open territory in Nov. 18 from 10 to 12 and 1:30 to 5.
out bothering to consider the specific Organizations not later than 12 o'clock lacef fnt Detroit. Publications, by subscription, Outdoor work all summer with expert
contribution that such an adviser might noon on Wednesday prior to the event. to Ind. Engr. and bus. mgmt. men at training in tree care and good salary.
make to the group. Through passing a FRI., NOV. 11- ANNOUNCEMENT: their place of bus. Any field degree,
regulation encouraging an adviser, and Acacia, Open-Open; Allen-Rumsey, Peace Corps Examination-Regularly will consider non-degree candidates. ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
stating generally why we did so and by Hay Ride; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Open- scheduled the second Saturday of the Winchester -- Western Div. of Olin VIEWS: Make interview appointments
working with each organization to dem- Open; Alpha Sigma Phi, Open-Open; month, this Sat., Nov. 12, at 9 a.m. Mathieson, New Haven, Conn.-Assist- at Room 128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
onstrate its individual need for one, Alpha Tau Omega, TGIF; Alpha Tau in the Civil Service Rm., basement, of ant Counsel, for all legal affairs of NOV. 17-
we feel that the position of the adviser Omega, Open - Open; Beta Theta Pi, the post office at 220 N. Main St., Div. International Operations, and spe- Aerospace Corp.
will be enhanced. Far from denigrating Band Party; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Open- corner of Main and Catherine. Peace cial assignment on domestic matters. Air Products & Chem., Inc.
the worth of an adviser, we feel that Open; Delta Tau, Delta, TGIF; Delta Corps Week at the University is next LLB and some international law course Atlantic Richfield Co.-At Chemistry.
he can give tremendous help to his Tau Delta, Open-Open; Delta Upsilon, Mon., Nov. 14-19. Representatives and work, recent grads and exper. in cor- B. F. Goodrich Co.
organization if he is the correct per- TG & Band Party; Evans Scholars, returned volunteers will be located in porate law with some international De Vlieg Machine Co.
son for that organization. The flat Open-Open; Martha Cook, Square the basement lobby of the Union, tests business emphasis. Giffels & Rosetti.
requirement did not permit us, as the Dance; Phi Delta Theta, Open-Open; will be given at most times of the * * * Gulf Oil Co.-Res. & Dev.-Corporate.
new requirement does, to develop the Phi Epsilon Pi, TGIF; Phi Epsilon Pi, day, and literature will be available. Get For further information please call 6Gulf Oil Co.-Res. & Dev.-R. & D.
position of the faculty adviser to its Party; Phi Gamma Delta, Open-Open; questionnaire-application at the Bureau 764-7460, General Division, Buerau of Monsanto Co.
utmost. Phi Kappa Psi, Open-Open; Psi Up- and take to testing center, completed. Appointments, 3200 SAB. Petro-Tex Chemical Co.
Questions concerning due process have silon, Phantom Party; Pi Lambda Phi, Texas Instruments, Inc. - Metals &
TGIF. SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: Controls Div. and Dallas and Houston
also been raised. In our regulations we Sigma Chi, TGIF; Sigma Nu, TIF; POSITION OPENINGS: 212 SAB- Divs.
have attempted to clearly define the Sigma Alpha Epsilon, TGIF & Open- Ford Motor Co., Ford Div., Dearborn, Pine River Canoe Camp East Lansing U.S. Govt.-NASA-Langley Res. Cen
stepsthat student organizations take Open; Sigma Alpha Mu, Fireside Open- Mich.-Product Analysts for product Mich.-Looking for mature camp coun- ter.
in appealing sanctions applied by the Open; Sigma Phi, Open-Open Party; planning dept. Planning for future mod- selor who likes canoeing and boys. U.S. Navy-Philadelphia Naval Ship-
taut challenges to our right to punish Sigma Phi Epsilon, TGIF; Sigma Phi al years, forecasts, recconendations. Ideal Must have W.S.I. and some experience yard.
exist, we are prepared to make what- Epsilon, Record Party Open-Open; Sig-
ever changes are necessary, should the Party; Tau Epsilon Phi, TGIF; Tan
need arise. However, both in th old Kappa Epsilon, Open-Open; Theta Chi,
and the new regulations, Student Gov- LETtTGE
ernment Council is granted the power Xi, Open-Open; Zteta Bi, Tau, TG &
to adjudicate student organization pen-Open; Zeta Psi, TGIF.
violations. Until this grant is removed Oe-pn eaPi OF
we feel it is necessary to spell out the Acacia, Open-Open; Alpha Epsilon Pi,
exact judicial process that an organi- Open-Open Theme Party; AlphaSigma
zation goes through. For this reason Open-Open Bhem Party; Alpha Ta
we have added a due process section to Omega, Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi,y;A
our regulations. Alumni Open House; Beta Theta Pi,
In conclusion, we realize that study- Band Party; Chi Phi, Father's Week-
ing our rules is a continuing process. end; Delta Chi, Floor Party; Delta Kap- DRAFT REFERENDUM
At no given time can they be perfect; pa Epsilon, Band Party; Delta Tau Del-
we are the first to admit this. For this ta, Father's Weekend; Delta Upsilon, PART I
:eason a committee will constantly study Dad's Day Open House; Delta, Upsilon,
the regulations. Requests for changes Record Party; Evans Scholars, Hay Par- The University should cease the compilation of class ranks to be used by
and improvements will always be wel- ty; Kappa Alpha Psi, Party; Lambda the Selective Service.
some. Chi Alpha, Open-Open Band Party;T U
Hopefully this letter has served to Phi Epsilon Pi, Soph Party; Phi Delta The University should continue the compilation of class. ranks to be used
clear up several of the misapprehen- Theta, Fathers' Weekend; Phi Gamma by the Selective Service.
sions that existed concerning the reg- Delta, Open-Open; Phi Kappa Psi, Open-I
ulations that we passed. It has been Open; Phi Sigma Delta, Theme Party!PART I I
our aim to best serve the educational & Open-Open. P. Regarding drafting of men into the armed forces I would prefer that:
1. All able-bodied males must serve.j

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Only some able-bodied males randomly selected by lottery must
serve with no deferments granted.

3. Only some able-bodied males, chosen on a selective basis, must
serve with deferments granted for: (if this is your choice select
one or more of the below)
a. critical skills
b. completion of education
c. all married men

You won't
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lying down
when it comes
to
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service.

When you're looking for a Mickey Spillane
thriller, a Frodo Baggins adventure, a complete
history of the Hittites, or a used text for the
Principles of Plant Breeding, Hort. #323,
your best bet is Follett's. Whether it's a book
for pleasure reading, supplementary
reading, or required reading, Follett's
has what you want.
That's our business, supplying you with the
books you want and need. We have the
largest stock selection on campus and the
most modern facilities. And, because of our
association with the Follett College Book
Company we can get out of stock books to you
faster than anyone else in town. Follett's
also offer full exchange privileges on texts
up to 14 days from time of purchase.
But perhaps our greatest service to students
is our ability and willingness to bur back all
the books you don't want or need, even
those books which won't be used on this
campus next semester. Remember, when
you're buying or selling books, see Follett's
first, for selection, quality and service.

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4. The government should not conscript for military or non-military
service. (if you choose this alternative do not answer 11.)

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I prefer a system in which all those chosen:
Should serve in the armed forces.

2. Should be able to serve in the armed forces or have forms of alter-
native government approved service open to them in lieu of serving
in the armed forces.
TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 16, 1966
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
VOTE-NOV. 16
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