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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

eks 'U' International Outlook

ACROSS CAMPUS:
To Speak on Peacetime Journalism

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By DAVID BLOCK
Student Government Council
affirmed the principle that the
University is committed to the
ideal of international understand-
ing Wednesday night in its final
meeting of the year.
The motion, jointly submitted
by Isaac Adalemo, '64, president of
the International Students Asso-
ciation, and Barry Bluestone, '66,
stated that any incident which
unfavorably portrays the culture,
heritage or symbols of another na-
tion is in direct violation of the
international aspect of the Uni-
versity.
It stated further that Council
would regret any action by stu-
dents or groups of students which
tends to violate this principle. SGC
agreed to forward this declara-
tion to all student organizations
on campus.
International Center
In another ,motion introduced
by Adalemo, Council unanimously
agreed to recommend to the Uni-
versity the inclusion of a new
International Center as a top pri-
ority item among the projects that
would benefit from the University
fund-raising drive.
The rationale for this motion
included the fact that present In-
Rothwell Asks
Reevaluation
Of Education
Collegiate Press Service
CHICAGO - The president of
Mills College recently called for
a restatement of the aims of lib-
eral education in modern Amer-
ica.
Speaking at the national con-
ference of the Association for
Higher Education, P. Easton Roth-
well stated, "Many moderns feel
that man is absurd; they deny
the very premises of liberal learn-
ing."
Men must be made to see that
there can be partial realization
of the fundamental assumption of
liberal education, Rothwell said.
That assumption, he explained, is
"that man is perfectable and can
lift himself by his own efforts.
"No one is naive enough to
think that all this can be at-
tained. But we must reassure our-
selves that man can surmount his
irrationality. This assumption pro-
vides a place" from which to go
forward, a base for future plan-
ning."
It is necessary for liberal edu-
cation to "help man break through
the crust of misconception and
inhibition in order that he can
come above the . meagreness of
mere-existence," Rothwell said.

Cleve Mathews, assistant to the
foreign news editor on the New
York Times, will speak on "The
Peace Correspondent: New Job in
Journalism" at 3 p.m. today in
Rackham Aud.
Diakoptics..
Gabriel Kron, consultant to a
large electric company, will speak
on "Linear and Non-Linear Dia-
koptics (The Piecewise Solution of
Large-Scale Systems)" at 4 p.m.
today in Aud. A.
Astronomy Lecture,...
Prof. Oren C. Mohler, chairman
of the astronomy department, will
speak on '"The Kitt Peak National
Observatory Solar Telescope" at 4
p.m. today in Rm. 807 of the
Physics-Astronomy Bldg.
Irish Personality...
Prof. E. Estyn Evans of.Queens
University, Belfast, Ireland, will
speak on "The Personality of Ire-
land" at 4 p.m. today in Aud. A.
Civil Rights ...
Bayard Rustin, a civil rights
leader and deputy director of last
summer's march on Washington,
will deliver the keynote address at
the Michigan regional conference
of CORE at- 8 p.m. today in the
Union Ballroom. He will speak on,

"The Future of the Nonviolent
Civil Rights Movement."
Rustin's address will be follow-
ed by a speech by Thomas Kahn
of the Workers Defense League
on "The Politics of Civil Rights."
The two speeches are co-spon-
sored by the Michigan Union Spe-
cial Projects Committee and the
Student Government Council Hu-
man Relations Board.
Cancer Research..
Wendell M. Stanley, head of the
virology laboratory at the Univer-
sity of California, will give the
first Donald E. Johnson lecture
on "Recent Trends in Virus Can-
cer Research" at 4 p. m. today in
the Third Level Amphitheatre of
the Medical Science Bldg.
The lecture is sponsored by the
U-M Cancer Research Institute.
Visitors' Night ...
A talk by Prof. Richard G. Teske
of the astronomy department will
be featured at the department of
astronomy visitors' night at 8:30
p.m. today in Rm. 2003, Angell
Hall. Observations of a star clus-
ter and a double star are also
planned for the program.
May Festival...
The Philadelphia Orchestra,
with Thor Johnson conducting,

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HOWARD SCHECHTER

ISAAC ADALEMO

ternational facilities were inade-
quate for the large number of
foreign students and visitors who
frequent the campus.
The expansion of these facili-
ties is long overdue if the Univer-
sity is to continue to live up to
its commitments in the areas of
promoting international under-
standing. Furthermore, a new In-
ternationaY Center would add to
the University's international pres-
tige and would be a symbol of its
world outlook.
Book Exchange
Council approved a -motion by
Howard Schechter, '66, to estab-
lish the Student Book Exchange
at the site of the new cooperative
book store. This would make ad-
ditional office space available in
the basement of the SAB where.
the SBX is presently located.
SGC passed a motion to submit
a list of six people from which
the Office of Academic Affairs
will select three for the Commit-
tee on Public Discussion. The six
people are: Jack Warren, '66;
Sherry Pastour, '66; Gary Cun-
ningham, '66; Robert Pike, '65;
Ann Gwirtzman, '65, and Michael
Sattinger, '65.
In another motion presented by
Schechter, SGC agreed to man-
date its Committee on Student
Concerns to, investigate the possi-
bility of obtaining funds to fi-
nance the education of a foreign
student who has previously stud-
ied in the Soviet Union.
Russian Student
According to the motion, the
rationale for this is that many
students who have studied in the
USSR have become discontented
and have expressed a desire to
continue their studies in an Amer-
ican university. Furthermore, a
foreign student who has studied
in the Soviet Union would be an
invaluable asset to the University
and its student body.

In other action, Council approv-
ed a motion by Ann Wickins, '65,
president of Panhellenic Associa-
tion, to create an ad hoc commit-
tee to formulate specific operat-
ing procedures by which SGC
would make rules governing stu-
dent conduct.
Council also approved a motion
by Diane Lebedeff, '65, to estab-
lish a' Committee for the Revision
of Rules Governing Student Orga-
nizations.
The committee, comprised of
SGC members and John Bingley,
director of student activities and
organizations, will submit a re-
port and a uniform code of rules
to Council for its approval by the
first SGC meeting in the fall.
Council also approved a wom-
en's late per for tomorrow night.
Comp anyWins
Chamnpionship
Company D-3, the National
Honorary Society of Pershing Ri-
fles at the University, won the
State Drill Championship at the
Michigan State University Invita-
tional Drill Meet on April 25.
The University team accumulat-
ed a total of 1,614 points.

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