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By JOHN MEREDITH'
South Quad Council has lodged
a formal protest with the Office
of Student Affairs against the pro-
posed conversion qf 150 double
rooms to triples next fall.'
Council President L e o n a r d
Schwartz, '66, recently discussed
the proble' with administrators,
adding emphasis to the group's po-
sition. "I feel 'more confident
now," he commented, "that there
is not too great a chance of the
proposal going through."
The plan to convert the rooms
to triples was designed to solve
the housing problem.
" We Oppose...'
"As a representative body of the
residents of South Quadrangle, we
formally protest the submitted
suggestion' that 120 double rooms,
or any lesser number, be trans-
formed into triples," ;the 'quad's
executive committee said.'
The primary reason for sub-
mitting the protest, Schwartz re-
marked, is the fear that the new
triples, ostensibly temporary, will
become permanent. The rooms
presently operating as triples in
South Quad were also originally
established on a "temporary" bas-
"Although we have no objec-
tions to the triples we now have,"
the protest statement emphasizes,
"we feel that the conversion into
triples of rooms obviously design-
ed as doubles would set a prece-
dent for similar action in the fu-
Discussing probable c o n s e-
quences of the conversion, the
protest mentions that with "the
literal 'jamming' of three into a
room built for two, there will be
an undesirable increase in both
discipline and noise problems.
MSU Plans Workshop on Desegregation
By JOHN WEILER
EAST LANSING-A two day
conference, to be held May 8-9,
will consider workable solutions to
the problem of desegregation.
The symposium, which will ob-
serve the 10th anniversary of the
Supreme Court decision on school
integration, will review all pro-
grams in this field to date. Its
Prof. Alfred Sussman of the
botany department Will speak on
"Timekeeping in Neurospora" at
4 p.m. today in Rm. 1400 of the
Original research and theoreti-
cal papers will be presented at!
an all-day psychology conference,
sponsored and organized by psy-
chology graduate students, at 9
a.m. today in the 3rd Floor Con-
ference Rm. of the Union. There
will be a luncheon banquet with
an award presentation. Anyone in-
terested is invited.
Controversy . .
Prof. Harry M. Orlinsky of the
Hebrew Union College will speak
on "Controversial Passages in the
New Translations" at 4:10 p.m. to-
day in Aud. B.
Cook Lecture. ..
Prof. Theodore W. Schultz of the
University of Chicago will give the
third Cook Lecture on "Trans-
forming Traditional Agriculture"
at 4:15 p.m. today in ,Rackham
The Women's League will pre-
sent a dinner for Senior Night,'
open to all senior women, at 6
p.m. today in the League ball-
room. Tickets are a v a il a b le
through 12 noon today.
theme will be "Social Science and
School Integration: Research and
Roy Wilkins, executive secretary
of the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People,
will be the featured speaker.
MADISON-A chain letter, with
the stated purpose of sending one
dollar to Ross Barnett "for the
Medgar Evers Relief Fund" has
been circulating around the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin.
The letter tells the recipient
that if it "goes through five
people in an unbroken chain, the
governor should receive 200,000
envelopes within ten days."
IOWA CITY-The State Univer-
sity of Iowa has a new -political
organization-the Young Liberals
The club, which was formed "to
provide for the interests of the
students, which the Young Dem-
ocrats cannot," plans to bring
speakers who represent different
views to the campus.
The club also plans to form an
"intercouncil" with the other cam-
pus political groups.
To Hunt Grounds
AMES, Iowa--Iowa State Uni-
versity plans to send An archaeol-
ogical team this summer to ex-
plore prehistoric Indian hunting
grounds and villages along the
Des Moines River.
This area is particularly inter-
esting, since artifacts have already
been found which date back to
The project will be financed
by the National Park Service and
the Iowa State University.
LOS ANGELES-Stanford stu-
dents are coordinating the re-
cruitment of 1000 college students
for a mass assault on the problem
of Mississippi desegregation.
The "Mississippi Freedom Sum-
mer" will require 2000 workers,
half of whom will be college stu-
The program plans to offer a
freedom school; to provide com-
munity centers for job retrain-
ing, health instruction and recrea-
tion; to stage a "Freedom Regis-
tration" drive to place 400,000,
Negro names on mock voter lists;
to hold a Freedom Election dur-
ing the Mississippi primary elec-
tions on June 2 and to challenge
the rights, of many Mississippi
congressmen to hold seats on
the House of Representatives, since
Negroes are not allowed to vote
in the elections.
ITHACA, N.Y.-Students from
Cornell will join with several oth-
er' universities in demonstrating
against the House Committee on
Un-American Activities in Buffalo
on April 29.,
The students will protest hear-
ings by HUAC, which is allegedly
investigating the "Communist in-
fluences at the State University
of New York at Buffalo."
The Buffalo Committee to Op-
pose HUAC said that HUAC at-
tacks primarily student move-
ments, peaceful movements, civil
rights movements and trade ~un-
.Peaceful demonstrations are
planned "to support the rgihts of
peaceful assembly and to oppose
the suppression of dissent."
EVANSTON - Interfraternity
Council recently considered limit-
ing social permissions of houses
falling below the required two
- The house presidents, however,
questioned the new legislation,
asking whether its disadvantages
would outweigh its advantages.
STUDENTS and FACULTY
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