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fines of not more than $10,000 or said. He will continue this super- 1liam Cross who left the University Government Council and other the owner, and it "stoo
had taken nn official stand nre- five years' imprisonment, or both. vision. to assume a similar post with the student activities. entrance for about ti
11CLti YOYA.G II liV Vii/41Sa1 /P VikaaV. 7t4"" ?
viously. Promoted... .
The compromise bill says no Lyle M. Nelson, director of Uni-
subversive group member may ap- versity Relations since 1957, was
ply for a loan. A former member named to the re-established post
within five years of membership of Vice President for University,
must submit a statement of "facts Relations, effective July 1.
concerning his membership. . and He stepped into the sixth vice
the knowledge possessed by him presidency, given "in recognition'
during the period of his member- of his outstanding work" in broad-
ship therein with regard to the ening his duties to include the
purpose and objectives thereof." Development Council and Alumni
Violators would be subject to Association, President Hatcher,
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Nelson, a University of Oregon
graduate who was assistant to the
president of San Francisco State
College before coming here, takes
over a position vacated in Septem-
ber, 1951, by Marvin L. Niehuss,
now Vice President and Dean of
Niehuss's former duties were all
gradually absorbed by Nelson in
his University Relations position.
Dems' Offices ...
Changes were also made in the
Office of the Dean of Men in the
first week of July. Mark Noff-
singer and William Perigo were,
named assistant deans of men.
Noffsinger resigned his position
as senior resident director of the
quadrangles to be in charge of
off-campus housing and automo-
bile regulations, He replaced Wil-3
-. ._until the owner closed
Unnversity of Florida. ,,
UiS1l i-rn r . .
Perigo, former University bas-
ketball coach, will work in the A group of stude
I ~April 12 had inter
areas of loans, scholarships and onstrated against 1
personnel counseling. ern discrimination
The duties of other assistant Ann Arbor dress
deans of men were also changed. chain store branc
John Hale took over room assign- "walk-in" at a bea
ments in the men's residence tage Lake late in J
halls, in addition to the general About 40 people
operation of the men's dorms. Negroes. were ad
Louis Rice will expand his du- incident, after pr
ties in working with the fraterni- ating with the own
ties, while Karl Streiff will alter and conducting to
some of his responsibilities in the cover if discrimina
student loan office. The group had d(
Mrs. Ruth Callahan. adminis- of the beach was
trative assistant in the student af- Diggs Act, a Mic
fairs office, has transferred to bidding discrimina
the student loans office. No one publicly-used estal
has yet been appointed to re- However, a week
place her as advisor to Student group was refused
ents which since
local and South-
by picketing an
shop and three.
hes, conducted a
ach club on Por-t
, including nine;
ners of the beach
est cases to dis-
ecided the policy
contrary to the
chigan law for-
ation in various
k later the same
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 8:30 P.M.
saying he would not reopen
Leaders of the group expr
regret that the experiment, i
first appeared successful, had
Withdra s,. -.
Rep, George W. Sallade (R.
Arbor withdrew his bid for
publican candidacy for lieutez
governor in mid-June.
Replying to charges of imp
procedure from attorney Alfr
Sullivan acting for Sen. Lew
Christman (R-Ann Arbor),
lade said, "The circulators si
some of the petitions before
were presented to a notary.
"This is a technicality a
might possibly invalidate
petitions, although they were
tarized," he declared. "Act
this is a common practice for
candidates for public office."
Sullivan, who said he is
quently retained by candidat
check petitions' validity b
filing, disagreed, calling such
tices "relatively infrequent."
Sallade also charged that
who helped him collect signs
were threatened with embar
ment unless he withdrew. "
profoundly shocked at the let
to which certain elements o
Republican Party will go to
vent popular control of the pa
In local August primaries
University men were nomi
for state office. Prof. Richa
Cutler of the psychology de
ment was named Democratic
didate for senator from Wa
Gilbert Bursley, who has
Development Council assistai
rector since 1957, won the RE
lican nomination for state i
Other primary returns mac
Gov. John Swainson and
Bagwell, Michigan State, Ur
sity scholarships director, th
spective Democratic and
candidates for governor.
The local slate also sets RE
licans Stanley G. Thayer
Senate candidate and Jami
Warner for reelection to the I
Mrs. Albert Marckwardt and
liam Dannemiller will be D
cratic candidates for repres
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Two lecture series in par
SUMMER SCHOOL-Typical of the about 10,000 students who stay In Ann Arbor for the Univer- highlighted the University'
sity's summer session, this pair relaxes between classes on the central campus lawn, The many mer session.
' ~"The Social Implications o1
course offerings and less rushed pace of the summer session are two of the major points that con- nomic Change" brought to c
vince nearly half of the academic year students to remain for the summer. Continued on following Pi
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One bike is not enough 199-
for 23,000 students but NEW BIKES as low as
we have one bike for
am k ft + :n n HUMBER (a Raleigh
One look at J. B. Towne price tags is
..- " .
the best definition of "sensible prices" we can think of. We
could call them "Discount," "Cut-rate," or "Sale Priced,"
but we're just not that type of shop-much too tweedy, you
What good are sensible prices
if you haven't got high style, high quality merchandise? We
carry a complete line of authentic eastern and traditionally
Michigan furnishings, sportswear and interesting accessories.
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INTIMATE LITTLE SHOP:
That's what everyone is calling
J. B. Towne. In truth, if more than six people are in the
store at any one time, we're violating the fire laws! It makes
for Togetherness'* though. Remember that old saying, "Nice
things come in small package
Referring to money, of course!
You'll find that you can buy so much more, yet spend less at
J. B. Towne. A welcome relief to every allowance.
Now that we've set it down in black and white, isn't it time
you stopped in at J. B. Towne to see for yourself?
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