THE MICHIGAN DAILY
N STUDENT OPINION:
SGC SetsDebate Regulation
By RUTH EVENHUIS
The Student Government Coun-
cil heard a report from the Driv-
ing Code Revision Committee andj
passed a motion governing Coun-
cil consideration of motions ex-
pressing student opinion or chang-
ing University regulations at its
The motion, propsed by Arthur
Rosenbaum, '62,provided that the
Council consider all motion int
these areas in a committee of the
whole and that final consideration
be withheld until a week after in-
Rosenbaum said that the seven
day period would give Council
members an opportunity for more
careful consideration of the ques-
tion, and students an opportunity
to express their opinions. He said
that consideration in a committee
of the whole would be more ex-
Daily Editor Thomas Hayden,
'61, opposed the motion as bind-
ing the Council and adding to its
rigidity. He said that the Coun-
cil should have the right to deter-
mine, issue by issue, the form in
which to consider it, and called for
an attitude rather than a regula-
tion of expediency.
Ronald Bassey, '61 BAd., pointed
out that some issues call for im-
mediate action and might be stale
after a week. He added that some
difficulty will be incurred in deter-
mining whether a motion can be
considered to involve student
Bassey in a report as chair-
man of the Driving Code Revision
Committee announced that a
minor may now drive a car out
of Ann Arbor without using up
one of his three social permits,
although he must still obtain
special permission to drive in Ann
Arbor for that portion of his trip.
Bassey said that this will make
week-end trips home possible..
The recently appointed Com-
mittee on Membership Selection
in Student Organizations elected
as its chairman James Seder, '61,
with Walter Sagendorph, '61, as
be prepared for their meeting
H olds Talk,
The literary college steering
committee yesterday continued its
discussions of cheating in the
college and possible remedies for
They also decided to form a
final proposal to the curriculum
committee on the idea of insti-
tuting comprehensive examina-
tions for seniors in their major
fields. A draft of this report will
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