EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY
The Ann Arbor Direct Action
Committee will meet at 7:30 p.m.
today at the Friend's Center, 1416
Hill St. Judith Yesner, '61, said.
The group will continue work on
Rule Nine which forbids real es-
tate backers from handling roles
or rentals which contain dis-
criminatory stipulations, and Rlue
2.14, the anti-discrimination by-
law. She indicated that a Food
for Fayette County movement at
the University would also be con-
Negroes in Fayette County, Ten-
nessee were denied credit in cer-
tain stores when they attempted
to register to Gvote. The Negroes
have had a, difficult time obtain-
ing food and clothing.
Leonard Wiener, '62, became the
second general manager of WCBN
to resign his position in the past
Wiener cited programming pol-
icy and scholastic reasons as
causes for his resignation. He also
mentioned the failure of the
station's board of directors to con-
solidate the three separate studios
in South, East and West Quad-
"The board felt that to con-
solidate the operation of the
studios would be cutting out
people," Weiner said.
"But the three separate studios
triple the problems to the point
where the job is too big for any
"I feel the present programming
policies of the station are basically
sound," he said, adding that board
members werepressing for more
Weiner said he will remain on
the staff of WCBN but he does
not want to fill any "policy mak-
ing position on the staff."
Jack Huizenga, '61, who resigned
as general manager four weeks
ago, after holding the position
nearly a year, says, "The board is
relatively inexperienced. Nearly
all of them are new working on
the network level this year.''
CHICAGO -- A Student Code
amendment which would eliminate
the requirement that recognized
organizations must have a faculty
sponsor is presently being con-
sidered by the student government
at the University of Chicago.
If passed, the amendment would
make contact between student or-
ganizations and faculty members
exclusively the option of the or-
ganization. At present a recog-
nized organization must have a
Dean of Students John P.
Netherton, who must either accept
or repect the student government
action and whose veto is final,
ivas cool towards the amendment.
"I'm not sure that I see any
reason for it."
"Students are always asking for
increased contact between the
faculty and the student body, but
now they want this type of con-
tact to end."
John Kim, chairman of the
Committee on Recognized Student
Organizations said that his com-
mittee's recommendation to the
student government was not meant
to discourage faculty-student con-
Circle, Dec. 2, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
League, 3rd floor.
Congregational Disciples E & R Stu-
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Friday Luncheon Discussion: "Ethics
of Teaching" 524 Thompson St.
Graduate Student Council, Dec. 2,
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Forresters' Club, Annual Deer Drive
postponed from Dec. 3 to Dec. 10.
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