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Carder Reports Union Now Part of 'U'

committee impossible; therefore,
be it
Resolved, that this Committee
recommends that the Council find
Gamma Nu chapter of Sigma Nu
in violation of the Council's reg-
ulation of May 4, 1960, as amend-
ed May 18; and be it further
Resolved: That this committee
recommends that the Council
withdraw recognition of Gamma
Nu chapter of Sigma Nu as of the
end of the Spring semester, 1962,
unless prior to that time Gamma
Nu has demonstrated to the
Council's satisfaction that it no
longer follows a policy of dis-
criminatory membership selection.
Addendum: The Committee rec-
ognizes that there is a possibility
that Gamma Nu may apply for
a waiver, but insofar as the Com-
mittee has no information con-
cerning the guarantees or inter-
pretation of the waiver, it is in
no position to consider such a con-
tingency at this time.

By GERALD STORCH
With the selection of new Mich-
igan Union senior officers Mon-
day night, former President Paul
Carder, '62, closed out a year in
which "the Union finally became
a part of the University."
"There is a change in atmos-
phere around the Union now--it
is starting to think ahead and
plan on a more than one-year
basis," he said.
Carder cited the Facilities Com-
mittee report adopted by the Un-
ion Board of Directors two months
ago as the most significant devel-
opment during his year in office.
The report, which recommend-
ed extensive physical changes and
expansion of present facilities, as
well as a new orientation towards
becoming an all-campus organi-
You Cold?
The receptionist in the Ad-
ministration Building's second
floor lobby can truthfully say
she has a blanket problem.
She has become the involun-
tary custodian of an enormous
blue , baby blanket, complete
with knitting needles. The blan-
ket, you see, is almost finished,
but not quite.
"Whoever the owner is, she
used to ask for. it, but now she
doesn't come any more," the
receptionist explained. "And
just after that it turned up.
"I wish she'd come back; I
don't know whether to finish
knitting the thing or not."

zation instead of merely a private
men's club, involved "a thorough
re-evaluation of facilities and
personnel."
"Implementation of the report
will greatly enhance future use of
the Union," he noted.
Another improvement Carder
thought was made during his term
was that the MUG became a place
"where all groups, not simply a
minority segment, are willing to
go."
He mentioned physical revisions
such as the Juke box in the din-
ing facilities and the elimination
of illicit activities in the MUG as
factors in the increased use of the
cafeterias.
Carder praised the Union Board
for asserting strong leadership in
helping to plot future courses for
the Union. He cited the establish-
ment of a committee to investi-
gate possible integration with the
Michigan League as one example
of the board's role in the new em-
phasis towards long-range plan-
ning.
Carder cautioned, however, that

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sucn a merger snould be taKen
only after close and extensive
scrutiny into the financial, legal
and student organizational com-
plications which are involved.
Shuval To Discuss
KibbutZ Sociology
Prof. Judith Shuval of the He-
brew University and Israel Insti-
tute of Applied Social Research
will speak on "Structured Strains
and Adaptive Processes in the
Kibbutz" at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Rackham East Conference Rm.
Imported Gifts
For Al Occasions
INDIA ART SHOP
, *
330 Maynard
(across from the Arcade)

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FRI. & SAT., MARCH 16-17
/Sace Co'ncert.

8 P.M.

Robert Ross, '63, was elected
chairman of Voice for the next
year at a general meeting Mon-
day night.
John M. Roberts, '64, was chos-
etA secretary-treasurer. Carl Gold-
berg, '63, Nanci Hollander, '65,
Ralph Kaplan, '63 Richard Magi-
doff, '63, and Martha Prescod, '65,
were elected to the executive com-
mittee.

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The University of Michigan Dance Organizations
in conjunction with
THE CREATIVE ARTS FESTIVAL
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre * All Seats Reserved $1.25
Tickets on sale now at Box Office & Student Union

An ad-hoc group of University
students will hold a peace vigil at
the flagpole from 8:45 a.m. to 5
p.m. tomorrow.
Philip MacDonald, '63E, co-
chairman of the committee, said
that it would be a "serious Quak-
er-type demonstration." People
standing off to the side of the
vigilers will hand out literature
and answer questions.
"We have called many people
asking them to participate, and
we expect to have a core group of
at least ten people participating
at all times," he commented.

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