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TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1965
In an unprecedented statement.
Ind the War in on May 14, Vice-President for
Student Affairs Richard L. Cutler
of concerned in- commended the Student Nonvio-
n Arbor. lent Coordinating Committee for
"its contributions to campus and
s met with some national life."
arts to shift the The Cutler statement served
ivities from the notice on the campus that the new
Inity to the out- vice-president intends to encour-
leaders report, age "involvement in meaningful
received active and signicant activities outside of
n local religious the classroom," thus breaking the
eaders. administration's long tradition of'
Clem facing the avoiding controversial pronounce-
critics has been ments on student activism.
from campus of Labeling constructive extra cur-
ulty and student ricular activities an "integral part
instrumental in of the total educational exper-
ience for our students," Cutler
said that it "seems appropriate
that the Vice-President for Stu-
dent Affairs take this occasion of
the anniversary week of SNCC to
recognize and congratulate this
He went on to endorse SNCC's
involvement in the "excruciating
efforts of our society to deal with
the problems of relationships be-
tween the two major races in
America." This involvement, he
added, is consistent with the phi-
losophy of the Office of Student
The arena for such efforts, Cut-
te dded, "may be quite circum-
scribed, as in the case of acquiring
added insight into one's motives
and values . . . Increasingly, stu-
dents have turned to such broad
involvement as a means of meet-
ing the challenge of personal, so-
cial and moral development."
He praised SNCC for basing its
activities on compassion, patience
and the brotherhood of man.
Joyce Reymer, '66, president
of the Ann Arbor Friends of
SNCC, expressed the organiza-
y-Thomas R. Copi tion's appreciation for Cutler's
vote of confidence.
cently protested "We of SNCC Are pleased to
the astronauts. hear of Cutler's statement con-
cerning our : organization," she
said. "It is very gratifying to us as
students to receive this kind of1
support for our beliefs and ac-!
James Lesch, assistant to the
vice-president for academic af-
fairs, also "heartily endorsed the
(Cutler's) statement," adding that
it conformed with his knowledge
"I believe it is the prerogative1
of the vice-president for student
affairs to comment on such stu-
dent activities at the University,"
However, other administrators
either preferred not to comment
or could not be reached.
Cutler's statement came at the
beginning of the celebration of
SNCC's fifth anniversary. Locally,
the celebration was highlighted
by a Sunday evening program fea-
turing a speech by Rep. Weston
Vivian (D-Ann Arbor).
Cutler emphasized that his en-
dorsement was not a blanket en-
dorsement of causes of any sort
but served as a commendation to
SNCC on its activities in the civil
Ann Arbor Friends of ' SNCC
also held a program including a
panel discussion of SNCC's goals,
tactics and philosophy, films about
the organization and a talk by
Prof. Gerhart Weinberg of the
history department on the Missis-
sippi Freedom Democratic Party.
The Freedom Democratic Par-
ty, which is trying to organize
Negro voters in Mississippi, had
received the support of many of
the faculty and administrators at
the University. Weinberg traveled
to Washington last term, for ex-
ample, to aid the party in its
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