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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Creal Comments Reveal
Concern Over Railroads,

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down alreadly and moved to Ypsi-
lanti. .
No Good Service
Creal noted that "we do not
have good rail service by any
means." He credited this to vast
duplication of facilities by "par-
allel and conipeting lines," and he
said they must consolidate to elim-
inate duplications and provide
better service.
The Mayor said that passenger
service west of Chicago was "first
class," but east of Chicago "it's'
lousy." He said that Eastern roads,
would have to do away with dup-
lication as has been done in them-
west.
Prof. Kohl said that the Michi-!
gan Central probably wouldn't
discontinue service to Ann Arbor
"except for financial reasons
which remain to be seen. If com-
bined competition places them at
too strong a disadvantage, they
.may be forced to shut down quite
against their best wishes.
Wants a Chance
"All the NYC wants is a chance,
to work out the rearrangement of
all Eastern railroads at once and
not piecemeal."
New York Central Vice-Presi-;
dent for Marketing Arthur E.1

Group Lists
Programs,
Membership
The executive committee of the
Men's Glee Club and Prof. Philip
A. Duey of the music school, the
club's director, have chosen 30
new members, bringing the total
to 76.
Keith Johnson, '62, publicity
manager, announced that the fol-
lowing were selected:
James Granger, '65E; Frederick Hatch,
'65E; Ronald Jeffers, '65SM; David
Schwartz, '62; Harvey Toles, }63; Mich-
ael Barron, '64L; Gerald Belcher, '63;
Robert Hoylan, '64L; Robert Chitester,
'62; Charles Henrey, '63; Gerald Kel-
lum, '62; Richard Knudson, '63; An-
drew Navarro, '64E; Steven Straight,
'65; and William Thompson, '65.
Roy Ashmall, '63; Norman Brodey,
'645M; Raymond , Heald, '63; Curtis
Hosking, '64; David Karpinskii '65; Leff
Sapford, '65; Lloyd Mistele, '65; An-
drew Mollema, '65; Roger Wertenberg-
er, '65SM; David Dunstone, '63; Daniel
Jackson, '65; Gary Miller, '65; William
Robinson, '65; David Ross, '64; and
John Winder, '65, were also chosen.
Additionally Alan Gillmor, '63,
has been chosen as this year's ac-
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CURRENT DIGEST OF THE SOVIET PRESS
discussing
DECISION-MAKING IN THE
SOVIET UNION AND CHINA
Sunday, Oct. 22 . . . 2-30 P.M.
Multi-purpose Room, UGLI

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CECIL CREAL
.. .on railroads

Baylis told the ICC that "uni-
lateral control of the B & 0 by
the C & 0, coupled with the Penn-
sylvania Railroad's gargantuan
empire, the NYC will be virtually
strangled."
He cited drastic NYC traffic
losses due to the merger of the
Erie and Lackawanna Railroads
and the Norfolk and Western and
the Virginian Railroad.

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cial events are approved for the com-
ing- weekend. Social chairmen are re-'
minded that requests far approval for
social events are due in the Office of
Student Affairs' not later than 12 o'clock
noon on the Tuesday prior to the
event:
OCT. 20-
Alpha Omega, Party; Beta Theta Pt,
Open House; Hayden House, Yell Like
Hell Contest; Tau Delta Phi, Float-
building' Party.
OCT. 21-
Acacia, Party; Adams House, Open
Open House; Adelia Cheever House,
Football Open House; Alpha Chi Sigma,
Homecoming P'arty; Alpha Delta Phi,.
Band Dance; Alpha Gamma Delta, Open
Open House; Alpha Kappa Lambda,
House Party (Records); Alpha Phi, Open
Open House; Alpha Sigma Phi, Alumni
Homecoming Band Dance; Alpha Tau
Omega, Open Open House & Party;
Beta Theta Pi, Open Open Band Dance;
Chi Phi, Party; Chi Psi, Dance Party;
Chicago House, Open Open House;
Delta Chi, Band Party; Delta Kappa
Epsilon, Homecoming Party; Delta Phi'
Epsilon, Football Open Open House;
Delta Sigma Delta, Dance; Delta Tau
Delta, Party; Delta Theta Phi, Open
House & Supper; Delta Theta Phi, Band
Party; Delta Upsilon, Band Party; Evans
Scholars, Dance; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Open Open House; Kappa Sigma, Open
Open House; Nu Sigma Nu, Dance;
Phi Alpha Kappa, Homecoming Party;
Phi Delta Phi, Party; Phi Delta Theta,
Dance;
Phi Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Gamma
Delta, Band Dance; Phi Kappa Psi
Open Open - House; Phi Kappa Psi,
Dance; IPhi Kappa Sigma, Homecoming
Dance; Phi Rho Sigma, Dance Party;.
Phi Sigma Delta, Homecoming Party;
Phi Sigma Kappa, Semi-formal Dance;
Pi Lambda Phi, Hay Ride; Psi Omega,
Homecoming Dance; Psi Upsilon, Party;
Reeves House, Record Dance; Sigma
Alpha Mu, Band Party; Sigma Chi,
Homecoming Dance; Sigma Nu, Home-
zoming Party; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Open
Open House; Tau Delta Phi, Hayride
Ballroom; Tau Epsilon Phi, Party-Band;
Theta Chi, Band Dance; Theta Delta
Chi, Dance; Theta Xi, Band Party;
Trigon, Homeoming Party; Wenley
House, House Party; Zeta Beta Tau,
Party; Zeta Psi, Homecoming Dance;
Zeta Tau Alpha, Open Open House.
OCT. 22-
Alice2Lloyd Hall, Open Open House;
Stockwell Hall, Open Open House.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at its Meeting of
October 18, 1961
Approved: Minutes of the previous
meeting.
Referred: (To Committee on Student
Concerns) Question of whether Stu-
dent Government Council will organize
a subscription drive for Current maga-
zine.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES 4
Baha'i Student Group, Fireside Dis-
cussion Group, Oct. 20 8 p.m., 418 Law-
rence St.
Congregational Disciples4E & R Stu-
dent Guild, Luncheon Discussion:
Southern Non-Violent Coordination
Committee Report, Oct. 20, Noon, 802
Monroe.
International Students Assoc., Piano
Recital by Benjamin Gutierrez of clas-
sical and Latin-Am. music, Oct. 20, 7:30
p.m., International Center.

Appointed: James Collins to the Cin-
ema Guild Board, term to end in De-
cember 1961.
Adopted: That ,Student Government
Council authorize $200.00 of General
Council funds (Account F-1) for the
Regents' Banquet to be held later this
fall.
Adopted: That the Council send Rob-
ert Ross to the Aims of Education Con-
ference to be held in Racine, Wiscon-
sin from November 17-19, expenditure
for this purpose not to exceed $40.00,
to be taken from general Council
funds. The recipient shall submit a
written report on this conference to
the Council, with a copy of the re-
port sent to the Committee on the
University and the Steering Committee
for the Conference: on the University,
and shall meet with the Steering Com-
mittee in accord with the wishes of
the Steering Committee.
Defeated: That Student Government
,Council expend $150 to assist recog-
nized student organizations at the
University of Michigan in bringing
Curtis Hayes to campus to speak to
students, these funds to be taken from
the Forum Fund. Organizations which
desire such financial assistance in
bringing Mr. Hayes to campus should
petition the Council. (Roll call vote.)
Defeated:- To alter the composition
of the Human Relations Board to' al-
low one member of Student Govern-
ment Council to sit as an ex-officio
non-voting member of the Human Re-
lations Board. This member shall have
the . full: speaking privileges afforded
to a regular member. This -member
shall be appointed by the Council each
year upon the report of the -Human Re-
lations Board.
Adopted: That Student Government
Council direct its Committee on Stu-
dent Activities to investigate the pos-
sibility of establishing a central agen-
cy 'for selling tickets to such as stu-
dent sponsored plays and musicals;
Speech Department plays; band con-
certs.
Student Government Council sug-
gests that letters be sent to the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin to receive infor-
mation on their centralized ticket
agency, and that Alpha Phi Omega
and the University be approached to
see if they would be willing to provide
space, financial support or personnel
to 'run such -an agency.,-
Adopted: That Student Government
Council direct its' Committee on Stu-
dent Activities to cbmpile information
concerning eligibility for student ac-
tivities. Such information should in-
clude a history of the present eligibil-
ity rules; definitions of "academic dis-
cipline" as determined by each in-
dividual college; recommendations from
students, faculty, administrators as to
revised eligibility rules.
Defeated: That Student Government
Council direct its Administrative, Vice-
President to assign to the research
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