THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Lawyers' Organizations Set Program
Announce Merger Plans On Careers
By PHILIP SUTIN
pensation throughout the system,
employment based on qualification The Lawyers Club and the Stu-;
ofaplicmentbasetonqafitionem dent Bar Association have merged
)f applicant, protection of the em- this semester to represent all stu-
>loyee against demotion or dis- dents in the law school.
charge without cause and a plan The council, which represented,
Of fair-hearing employer-employee students who live in the law quad-
grievances. rangle, and the association, which
Two Doubts is composed of law students liv-
He said he had two grave ing elsewhere, were joined in an
doubts on the job local welfare attempt to remove overlapping
Inits are doing: That throughout functions, William Schmidt, '62L,
the state the best possible job in president of the new group, said.
welfare work may not even be This merger was urged by the
beginning to be done, and that law school, Schmidt reported. "The
probably not nearly enough is dean was desirious of having one
known about "the business of wel- group responsible for all student
He noted that too often the wel- The new Lawyers Club is head-
fare program goes along in almost ed by a 13 member executive
an identical pattern of eligibility, board. It consists of the president,
turning people out or fitting them vice-president, secretary, treasurer,
in, and he said that the nation seven board members and two ex-
would soon see all welfare pro- officio members from the Lawyers
grams under a single organization Club Board of Governors.
and local units would find them- The athletics committee will or-
selves disenfranchised unless they ganize student athletics and the
are capable of handling the job. publications committee will pub-
Thus he saw the firm establish- lish the quad newspaper, "Res
ment of the merit system as the Gestae," and the yearbook, "The
only way to prevent this cen- Quad."
tralization, for it will entrench The Lawyers Club will retain
the program in needed efficiency. the Student Bar Association's af-
filiation with the American Law
The bridging of the diverse in-
terests of the two old groups is
the major problem facing the
club. "It will be difficult to bring
the two 'old organizations to-
gether," Schmidt commented.
The Club also faces the com-
plaints of non-quadrangle resi-
dents who paid a mandatory five
dollar membership fee to the club.
These members feel that they will
not get any benefits for their
To View Poetry
Prof. Marvin Felheim of the
English department will discuss
the works of e. e. cummings at
7:15 p.m. today in the Undergrad-
uate Library Honors Lounge.
Michigan College Presidents
Announce Credit Hour Totals
Students attending Michigan's
ne state universities and colleges Council of State College Presidents
rried a total of 2,683,200 semes-announced yesterday.
rcredit hours during the fiscal More than two-thirds ,of the
car of 1960-61, the Michigan total credit hours were taken by
students at the University, Michi-
gan State University and Wayne
enaerts To Talk state University.
The remaining hours were di-
Sn Spanish MusiC vided between the four regional
institutions (Western Michigan,
Prof. Rene Lenaerts, director of Northern Michigan, Eastern Mich-
ie Seminar in Musicology, Uni- igan and Central Michigan) gov-
rsity of Louvain, Belgium, will erned by the State Board of Edu-
cation, and Michigan's two tech-
th Century" at 8:30 p.m. today nical colleges, Ferris Institute and
Rackham Amphitheatre. the Michigan College of Mining
Lenaerts is presented as a guest and Technology.
enuertsnderte ascesogte More than 10,000 students
,turer under the auspices of the registered for courses which rang-
hool of Music. ed from those for first-semester
-- -- freshmen to graduates.
DIAL No 2-6264 The three largest unversities ac-
counted for 60 per cent of the
undergraduate and 90 per cent of
the graduate students.
ASr DS Panel To View
ENDING FR IDAY 'Crossroads'
PLEASE NOTE Americans Committed to World
3 Shows only at Responsibility will hold a panel
1:00 - 4:30 - 8:10 discussion at 7:30 p.m. today in
"THE BEST BLOCKBUSTER the third floor conference room
OF THE YEAR RIPS THE HEARTF" of the Union.
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The panel will be composed of
students who participated in
"Crossroads," a summer work pro-
gram in Africa Elinor Winn, '63,
David Langhaug, Grad, and Bon-
nie Wood, '63, will discuss their
ACWR, one of the founders of
the Peace Corps, will orient its
work this year toward exploring
and doing "depth" research on
:. ;..international problems, Robert
x:Zwerdling, 163, chairman of the
Among the issues to be stu-
died is the possibility of a United
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