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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SGC Related Boards Provide Services

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By JUDITH OPPENHEIM
In addition to the committees
in its newly reorganized adminis-
trative wing, Student Government
Council has 10 semi-autonomous
related boards.
The related boards are those
groups outside the area of the
ad wing, but individually respon-
sible to SOC. They are the par-
ticular concern of the executive
vice-president.
The Committee on Membership
in student organizations is likely
to be the most active and in-
portant semi-autonomous board
during this school year.
Investigates Violation
Its purpose is the initiation of
investigation and inquiry of any
group as to its possible violation
of the membership selection regu-
lation.
The committee also makes rec-
ommendations to SGC for cor-
rective and disciplinary action
against student organizations
which fail to comply or show'
good faith with the membership
selection regulation.
The regulation on membership
stipulates that no University or-
ganization may discriminate
against a person seeking admis-
sion on grounds of race, religion
creed or family origin.
Cinema Guild
The SGC Cinema Guild Board
was established in 1955. Its pur-
pose is to present to the Univer-
sity community high quality films.
at reasonable prices and provide
to recognized campus organiza-
tions an opportunity to sponsor
films and receive a portion -of the
profits.
Cinema Guild films are shown in
the architecture auditorium. for
an admission price of 50 cents.
Most of the films, selected by the
board, are popular reruns and art.
and foreign-films.
Human Relations
The Human Relations, board
considers cases andareas; involv-_
ing discrimination against stu-
dents in the University community,
or Ann Arbor. Its goal is to work.
in a positive manner-to encourage
better human relations in the Uni-
versity and Ann Arbor community.

The International Relations
committee was established in Jan-
uary. Its purpose is to aid and
advise existing programs and to
develop new programs to increase
person to person and small group
contact between American and
foreign students and to counteract
or eliminate barriers to this con-
tact.
Ad Board
The Student Activities Build-
ing Administrative Board, better
known as SAB-AB, is responsible
for the administrative and mana-
gerial tasks of the second floor
rooms in the Student Activities
Building.
The four member scholarship
board awards funds to enable de-
serving students to participate in
campus activities when financial
need might otherwise prohibit
them from doing so.
The Student Relations Board
acquaints the student body with
the activities of the University,
Development Council.
It works with the University
alumni and alumnae clubs in de-
veloping programs which encour-
age greater student participation
in their home localities.
Wolverine Club
The Wolverine Club works to
develop the spirit of the Univer-
sity's student body and main-
tain the spirit by providing var-
ious University services such as
the Block M flash-card section
for football games, pep rallies, and
special trips to athletic, meets at
other' schools.
The Reading and Discussion
Committee, established as a semi-
autonomous board plans and ad-
ministers the. summer Reading
and Discussion programs- and all
other programs along similar lines
which: the committee considers
educationally valuable and admin-
istratively feasible.
The Student Book Exchange
acts as an exchange medium for
students selling and buying used
text books. The SBX appraises
the books and runs the student
bookstore. in the basement of the
SAB.

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Welcome to0MICHIGAN'S

PEP RALLY-An autonomous organization operating under Stu-
dent Government Council is the Wolverine Club which sponsors
football pep rallies like this one held last fall at Homecoming.

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pictures that have received some fame in the movie world. At very
modest prices, this branch of SGC serves the campus movie
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