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April 11, 1964 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT

Sees Need To Decentralize

Senate Passes Measure
Covering U Operations
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ACROSS CAMPUS:
Blake To Speak at Convocation

On top of the University's prior-
ity list for utilization of this year's
$6 million budget hike-if it comes
through-are salary increases for
faculty and staff. Another "top
priority item is provision for ex-
panded enrollment.
Begin Crusade
'Aiding 'Poor
A major reorganization and ex-
pansion program was announced
recently by the National Urban
League "to combat poverty and de-
spair" in the country's Negro com-
munities.
The League, considered a key
member in the civil rights move-
ment, has warned that all dem-
onstrations and protest programs
would continue until causes
prompting them were stopped.
In reference to their new pro-
gram., the League further reveal-
ed its desire for federal govern-
ment financial assistance. Both
federal and local agencies are re-
quested to utilize the League's re-
sources for their anti-poverty
campaigns.
Whitney M. Young Jr., executive
director of the Urban League,
said equality can only be attained
by a "sustained, long-range battle
against racial and economic bar-
riers."

The $44 million sum contrasts
to the $38 million alloted last year.
Provided the House does not cut
the Uhiversity's operating budget
outlay the University will institute
trimester operations next year, ad-
ministrators have noted.
Executive Vice-President Marvin
L. Niehuss commented last night
that if the appropriations bill is
passed in its present form trimes-
ter operations will be started on
with a limited third term.
The University expects $14 mil-
lion of operating budget revenue
from student fees and about $1
million from investment income
and other revenue.
The fees and state funds-plac-
ed in the General Fund-provide
for faculty salaries, libraries, or-
ganized research, student aid,
operation and maintenance of
plant and a variety' of other serv-
ices.
Another money pool, the "re-
stricted funds" budget derives the
bulk of its revenue from the fed-
eral government and private gifts
and grants. Totaling $44.9 million
last year, it is earmarked for re-
search projects.
The Auxiliary Activities Fund,
amounting to $31.3 million last
year, is a self-supporting portion
of the University. It includes med-
ical and hospital expense, student
residences, the Michigan League
and Michigan. Union, Intercolle-
giate athletics and the University
Press and student publications.

Peter Blake, managing editor of
Architectural Forum magazine,
will speak at 10:30 a.m. today at
the architecture college Honors
Convocation on "The American
City Today and Tomorrow."
The Honors Convocation is a
part of the college's seventh an-

K. Yek, general co-chairmen; Re-
becca J. Rapport and Daniel B.
Syme, directors; Randee E. Coss-
man and Jill S. Nathan, Ed., chor-
eography; Donna J. Fellows and
Dale L. Gold, costumes; Nancy R,
Grossman and Patricia A. Shan-

Klitzner, programs; Randall G.
Dick and Paula B. Rome, props;
Brett R. Dick and Vicki A. Las-
sar, publicity; Gaynelle Groth and
Sandra S. Erlich, SN, secretaries;.
Robert J. Black, stage manager;
Patricia T. Flaherty and Charles
H. Tobias, treasurers.
Dance...
Miss Carol Tenbrink, a senior
in the School of Nursing, and Miss
Evon McLittle, '63, were recently
chosen to take part in the "Oper-
ations Crossroad - Africa" ex-
change program.
The two local residents will be
part of the 300 students from the
United States and Canada who will
spend their summer in nineteen
African nations,
The movement was begun in
1957 by James H. Robinson who
later made suggestions to the late
President John F. Kennedy on
the organization of the adminis-
tration's Peace Corps. The Opera-
tions Crossroads program sends
students to local villages to work
on equal grounds with natives on
all types of manual labor projects.
The Newman Club, Internation-
al Students Association and Afri-
can Club will sponsor an informal
dance at 8 p.m. today in the New-
man Center to collect proceeds for
the local candidate
Banquet...
The India Students Association
Spring Banquet will be held at 7
p.m. today in the Michigan Union.
Ballroom. The guest speaker will
be Dr. Peter Clancy, director of
programs, Mott Foundations, Flint.

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Union Plans Remodeling of Cafeteria

"We would like to make the
room into a heritage room," Union
President Kent Cartwright, '65,
commented yesterday. "We are
considering lining its walls with
old pictures of the University and
famous sayings of prominent
alumni. Kegs and carved tables
placed in the room would also add.
to its atmosphere."
In recent years the Union has

remodeled the other two sections
of the cafeteria: the middle area
and the MUG. "The remodeling
has been aimed at increasing the
cafeteria's appeal to student cus-
tomers," Cartwright remarked.
Cartwright algo announced at
faculty room "in line with the
the meeting plans to make the
present hi-fi room into a student
Union's philosophy of encouraging
student-faculty cooperation."
He went on to mention that the
Union and the League are going to
begin further discussions concern-
ing the possibility of a merger of
the two units.

nual open house, which opened
yesterday and will last through
this evening.
Blake has held his present po-
sition since 1961. He originally
joined Architectural Forum maga-
zine as associate editor in 1950.
Blake has also been a visiting
professor at several schools of
architecture and is the author of
several books.
U.&S. .
The Gilbert and Sullivan So-
ciety will present "Iolanthe" at 8
p.m. today, in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre. The same opera was
presented by the society last night.
Gray. .
Jesse Gray, leader of the Har=
lena Rent Strike, will discuss that
project at 1:15 p.m. today iu
the Dentistry Bldg. Aud. The talk
is part of the Students for a
Democratic Society conference.
Soph Show . I
The Central Committee for Soph
Show, 1964, was announced re-
cently. It consists of the follow-
ing sophomores:
Robert A. Sideman and Deanne

non, makeup; Paul H. Kirby, SM.
and Susan J. Waterfall, SM, mu-
sic.
Also, Adele J. Goldberg and Pe-
ter A. Lempert, AAD, productions;
Julie D. Emerson and Martin P.

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CINEMA. GUILD
SHOWI NGS.
SATURDAY NIGHT
DUE TO A& D OPEN HOUSE

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

SHOWS RESUME SUNDAY NIGHT

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tions open for counselors for high sch.
boys attending statewide conference at
Lansing. Period of employment: June
16-June 25 (6 p.m.). Salary: board &
room plus $70.
Nippersink Manor, Wis.-Resort posi-
tions for waiters & waitresses, bus
boys, bell hops, pool boys, office help,.
etc. Special interest in accounting ma-
jor (at least Jr.) for job as night
auditor.
New Hampshire & Connecticut State
Employment Services-Applicationk now
on file at summer placement for camps
& resorts.
Michigan National Bank, Lansing -
Positions open for full-time summer
employment. Interested in students
(male) from the Lansing area who are
at least Jrs. & have an interest in
banking.
For further information, pelase come
to Summer Placement.

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TONIGHT
Gilbert & S ullivan
APRIL 11
Tickets on sale
at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

Apri

11: 9 A.M.-8 P.M.

dancing. Donation proceeds will help
sponsor Carole Ten Brink on Opera-
tion Crossroads Africa.
* * *
Phi Sigma Society, Lecture: Sea Lam-
prey Control in the Great Lakes" by
Dr. Leo R. Erkkila, U.S. Bureau of
Commercial Fisheries, Tues., April 14,
8 p.m., East Conference Room, Rack-
ham Bldg.
Unitarian Student Group, Meeting
and discussion, April 12, 7:30 p.m.,
Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw. "A
Religious Dialogue" between Rabbi Har-
old S. White and Prof. Stevens, Eng-
lish department.
U. of M. Tennis club, Meeting - if
warm weather, April 11, 1 p.m., Burns
Park, Wells St.

Prices:
Saturday-$2.00
Saturday Matinee-$1.00
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

JASS BAND"

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STARTING TODAY
Shows at 1:00-:45
4:50-6:55 & 9:05

NOW A LOST WORLD BECOMES
A NEW WORLD OF ADVENTUREI

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TOURNAMENT TO BE HELD
AT OHIO STATE.
APRIL 24th-25th

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THE MIRISCH COMPANY Presents
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