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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SGC Refuses Special Session,
Considers Judiciary Selections

By MARJORIE BRAHMS
diciary Council's procedure for ap- nically the motion must be refer-
Student Government Council pointing new members was refer- red back to Joint Judic if SGC
Wednesday refused by an 8-5 vote red back to Joint Judic as being makes any changes and cannot be
to call a special session to discuss incompletely written, passed by SGC first.
Daily Editor John Roberts, '62, and The problem of interviewing, Lecture Slate
Brian Glick's, '62, motion on stu- according to Judic Chairman Wil- The slate of nominees for the
dent rules and conduct. liam Phelps, '62BAd, is that if vacant student position on the
The motion would revise the there are 30 or 40 petitioners, the Lecture Committee recommended
amount of authority granted by interviewing procedure is ineffi- by the Executive Committee was
the present Regents' Bylaws to the ciently handled by one interview- approved and sent to Vice-Presi-
Residence Halls Board of Gover- ing committee. dent for Student Affairs James A.
nors, the vice-president for stu- The suggested motion would Lewis. This slate consists of Shar-
dent affairs, the dean of men, the have set up screening commit- on Jeffrey, Robert Ross and Stev-
dean of women and the Commit- tees, each consisting of three Ju- en Stockmeyer. After being con-
tee on Student Conduct. dic members and one SGC mem- sidered in executive session, the
It suggests that authority over ber. Both men and women would slate was approved by all but Han-
student conduct should rest with be represented on the committee. son.
the students, subject only to the Final Interviews-
Regents, The motion includes a These screening committees Boulding To View
revised referral and veto change would select 12 petitioners to ap-
for SGC, a student bill of rights pear before the final interviewing Communications
and a revision of rooming regula- committee. Included in the 12
tions. would be any present Joint Judic Prof. Kenneth E. Boulding of
Question Quorum member who was repetitnoning. the economics department will
When several Council members All approved applicants would speak on "The Role of Communi-
questioned whether a quorum then appear before the final com-spak on"The ReeaCh a 415
could be present for such a meet- mittee, composed of the president, cations in Peace Reserch at 4
ing, no time could be found when vice-president and treasurer of pm. today in 429 Mason Hall.
a sufficient number could attend. SGC and the chairman, vice-
Voting for the session were chairman and secretary of Judie. FOF
Glick, Sharon Jeffrey, '63, Wom- The composition of the final com-
en's League President Bea Nemla- mittee remains the same in this
ha, '62, Roberts, and Administra- motion as it was previously.
tive Vice-President Robert Ross, In the case of 12 or fewer appli- The Daily Official Buletn is anI
'63 cants, interviewing would begin official publication of The Univer-
Opposed were Thomas Brown, with the final committee. higan sor whit The
'63,MiciganUnin Prsidnt Sandrd Frm'Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
'63, Michigan Union President Standard Form responsibility. Notices should be
Paul Carder, '62, Richard G'Sell, Phelps pointed out that it was sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
'63E, Per Hanson, '62, Council up to this final committee to draft Room 3564 Administration Building
before 2 p.m., two days preceding
President Richard Nohl, '62BAd, a standard rating form with publication.
IFC President Robert Peterson, standard questions to ask all the
'62, Panhellenic President Susan petitioners. The final committee FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8
Stillerman, '62A&D, and Steven has the power, in this motion, to G
Stockmeyer, '63. set up all screening procedures, eneral Notices
Screening Procedure including the number of screen- The American-Scandinavian Founda-
t ing committees. tion offers several fellowships for grad-
A motion to speed up Joint u Roger Seasonwein, Grad, who uate study in Scandinavian countries.
_________________________ Rger easnwen, GadwhoApplicants must be U.S. citizens, and
sat in on the discussion, question- highly qualified graduate students.
HelinskieTo View ed whether there would truly be Deadline for completion of applica-
tions is Feb. 1. Further information
any consistency between th is available in the Fellowship Office,
Mutation Site .Map screening committees and wheth- 110 Rackham Bldg.
er this method would actually save
Stanford tim.Undergraduate Women students now
Donald Hehinski of don campus who do not have a housing
University will discuss "Studies Hanson called the procedure commitment for the spring semester,
on the Relationship Between the "ivory-tower" and suggested that 1962, may apply for housing in supple-
mentary housing and residence halls
Mutational Site Map and the Pri- all petitioners write an essay at the Office of the Dean of Women,
mary Structure of the A Protein which could be graded at leisure SAB, beginning Mon., Dec. 11.
of Tryptophan Synthetase" at 4:00 as a more effective means to limit Post-Caroling Parties may be held in
p.m. today in M6423 (Medical petitioners. housing units until 11:30 p.m. during
Science Bldg. Seasonwein added that tech- the week preeding Christmas vaca-
tion. Registration of such parties will
fbeaccepted in the Office of Student
Affairs, 2011 SAB. Chaperones may beI
a qualified single chaperone or a mar-
UB CHRSTEARried couple.
Approval for the following student-
sponsored activities becomes effective
TREE TRIMMING, CAROLING, 4 hours after the publication of this
TREE TMMIndGCROLNG notice. All publicity for these events
PINATA, and GIFTS must be withheld until the approval
has become effective.
Dec. 15-Alpha Phi Omega, Wilopol-
Ta itan, Campus to Airports, 10 a.ni.-8 p.m.
The following student sponsored so-
Admission-Can of Food -or 25 cents cial events are approved for the com-
ing weekend. Social chairmen are re-
3minded that requests~for approval for
331 THOMPSON social events are due in the Office of
Student Affairs not later than 12 o'clock
noon on the Tuesday prior to the
event:
DEC. 8-
MICHIGAN SWIM GALA ORGANIZATION
WATER SHOW NOTICES
FANCY AND CLOWN DIVING
Christian Science organization, Film
MICH IGAN NATIONAL CHAMPION & Speaker, Dec. 8, 8 p.m., Angell Hall,
SWIM TEAM A - -"
Newman Club, Xmas Party - Tree
Trimming, Refreshments, Dancing, Dec.
8, 8:30-11:30 p.m.; Catholic Open House
-Non-Catholics Welcome-Question &
Answer Period, Dec. 10; Newman Cen-
VARSITY POOL-1.M. BUILDING ter.
Wesleyan Guild, Supper & Square
SHOW AT 8 P.M. Dance, Dec. 8, 5:30 p.m. Supper, 7:30
TRIALS 10:30 A.M. FINALS 8 P.M. Dance, Pine Rm. & Social Hall.
* * *
ADMISSION:-' Baha' Student Group, Regular Week-
STUDENTS: $1.00 General Public $1.50 ;y Meeting-Open to All, Dec. 8, 8 p.m.,
418 Lawrence. Call 663-2904 for trans-
portation & information.

NOTES NEED:
Anderson Warns YR's,
GOPin 'nderdog'Role
By ANNE SCHULTZ
not convinced that administration
'As I have emphasized in the is moving ahead." Anderson cited
past, the Republicans are the the examples of Cuba and Laos
underdogs; we know that. and added that "some predict
"We do not have the advantage South Vietnam is going the way
that the presidency gives. and of Laos." The reason for the prob-
therefore. must work hard to win lems is a "rather tardy reaction to
the next election," Representative Soviet moves," he said.
John B. Anderson (R-Ill) said in
his opening remarks to the Young Answers Questions
Republicans yesterday. In the question-answer period
Anderson said that the Republi- which followed. Anderson com-
can role is to criticize intelligently mented on increasing executive
the administration. He said that power, Berlin, Cuba and the future
the present domestic program dis- of the Republican party.
regards the fiscal situation. He explained the efforts of the
Growing Alarm administration to re-organize the
"The Democrats can not dis- Federal Communications Commis-
tinguish between the necessary sion, National Labor Relations
and the desirable and we are be- Board and Federal Maritime Board
coming alarmed ataone new social Act and gain more power over ag-
welfare after another." riculture and tariffs.
He said, however, that the na- "The administration is demon-
tional defense had progressed in strating a thirst for greater and
the past year through "bi-partisan greater executive power and in
support." this way is limiting the power of
"Even in world problems I am Congress to act," he added.
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Alpha Chi Omega, Christmas Dance;
Alpha Delta Pi, Christmas Dance; Al-
pha Epsilon P,' Pledge Party; Alpha
Phi, Christmas Dance Alpha Xi Delta,
Christmas Formal; Collegiate Sorosis,
Christmas Dance; Hayden House, Open-
Open House; Hunt House, Mixer; Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, Theatre Party Din-
ner; Lloyd House, Christmas Party;
Martha Cook, Christmas Formal; Phi
Mu, Christmas Party; Phi Sigma Sigma,
Fall Party; Public Health Club, Dinner
Dance; Sigma Kappa, Christmas Dance;
Stockwell, Formal Dance; Tau Delta
Phi, Pledge Formal; Victor C. Vaughan,
Christmas Dance; Wenley House, Fire-
side Party; Zeta Beta Tau, Party; Zeta
Tau Alpha, Christmas Formal.
DEC. 9-
Acacia, Pledge Formal; Alpha Delta
Phi, Christmas Formal; Alpha Kappa
Lambda, Christmas Party; Alpha Rho
Chi, Pledge Formal; Beta Theta Pi,
Open Formal Dance; Chi Phi, Party;
Chi Psi, Party; Delta Chi, Pledge For-
mal; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Pledge For-
mal; Delta Sigma Delta, Christmas Par-
ty; Delta Tau Delta, Pledge Formal;
Delta Theta Phi, Hi-Fi Party; East
Quadrangle, SnowFlake Ball, Open-
Open House; India Students Assoc.,
Movie Show; Kappa Sigma, Theme Par-
ty; Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Formal;
Nu Sigma Nu, Dance; Phi Delta Theta,
Dance; Phi Gamma Delta, Pledge For-
mal; Phi Kappa Nu, Formal Dinner-
Dance;
Uudmnah,ndpYtl,C..
Phi Kappa Sigma, Pledge Formal;
Phi Rho Sigma, Formal; Phi Sigma
Kappa, Dance; Pi Lambda Phi, Pledge
Formal; Psi Omega, Christmas Dance;
Psi Upsilon, Party; Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon; Sigma Chi, Pledge Formal; Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Open-Open House; Sigma
Phi Society, Pledge Formal; South
Quadrangle, Noel Moderne; Tau Delta
Phi, Ballroom Party; Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon, Christmas Party; Theta Chi, Pledge
Formal; Theta Delta Chi, Dance; Theta
Xi, Pledge Formal; Triangle, Christmas
Party; Trigon Fraternity, Gambling
Party and Dinner; Zeta Psi, Pledge
Formal: Zeta Beta Tau, Party.
DEC. 10-
Couzens Hall, Open-Open House;
Geddes House, Christmas Tea and Open-
Open;Mary Markley Hall, Open-Open:
Mosher Hall, Open-Open House; Phi
Delta Phi, Open House; Victor C.
Vaughan, Open-Open House.
Events
Degree Recital: Jane Hirschmann,
pianist, will present a recital on Sat.,
Dec. 9, 8:30 p.m. in Lane Hall Aud.
This recital is presented in lieu of a
thesis for the degree Master of Music
in Education. Miss Hirschmann will
play compositions of Bach, Beethoven,
Ravel and Chopin. Open to the public.
Doctoral Examination for Edward
Thomas Erazmus, English Language &
Literature; thesis: "Some Features of
Morpheme Recurrence in Middle Eng-
lish Syntax," Sat., Dec. 9, 2011A N.
University Bldg., at 9:00 a.m. Chair-
man, A. H. Marckwardt.
Doctoral Recital: John Carruth will
present an organ recital on Sun., Dec.
10, 8:30 p.m., in Hill Aud. This is his
third and final recital presented in
partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree, Doctor of Musical Arts.
He will play compositions by Olivier
Messiaen, Ernst Krenek, Paul Hinde-
mith and Frank Martin. Open to the
public.
Orchestra Concert with Guest Con-
ductor: A program of Seventeenth and
Eighteenth Century music will be per-
formed on Sun., Dec. 10, 4:15 p.m. in
Rackham Lecture Hall, by a special
string orchestra under the direction of
Boyd Neel, renowned English conduc-
tor. They will perform compositions by
Handel, Mozart, Lalande, Bach, Abel,
Marais, and Vivaldi. Open to the pub-
lic at no charge.
Placement
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
Engrg.
DEC. 11-
Foote Brothers Gear & Machine Corp.,
Detroit, Mich.-BS: EM, E Physics, IE,
Marine & ME. Also Bus. Ad. or any
other degree with 2 yrs. basic engrg.
courses. Feb. grads. Sales.
Standard Oil Co. (nd.), Div. of Amer-
ican Oil Co., Lower Mich.-BS: ChE &
ME. Feb. & June grads. Sales.
(Continued on Page 4)

When asked if President John
F. Kennedy was throwing a scare
about- Berlin, Anderson supported
the President, maintaining that
the region was one of "potential
explosiveness." "I am convinced
though that the administration
did act badly, and I think the
recent shake-up in the State De-
partment is an admission that tne
administration recognizes its fail-
ure."
Anderson attributed present
United States inaction on Cuba to
"paralysis after the shock" of the
unsuccessful invasion in the
spring.
"If we can parade warships in
front of Santo Domingo, why can't
we do it in front of Cuba?
TODAY
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LSA Group
Considers
New Studies
By GAIL EVANS
The Literary College Steering
Committee began exploratory talks
on possible interdisciplinary
courses at their weekly meeting
yesterday.
Proposed courses included stud-
ies in contemporary, civilization
similar to a course presently
taught at Columbia University and
a course teaching students to make
value judgments about man's goal
in society.
The latter course, proposed by
Brian Glick, '62, would provide the
student with background on the
theory, methods and conflicts in
numerous cognate areas
James H. Robertson, dean of
the literary college and commttee
advisor, informed the group that
there is a possibility that an in-
vitational seminar of students with
diversified backgrounds and ma-
jors may be created.
The purpose of this seminar
would be to provide individuals
with the opportunity of presenting
their ideas about their field of
specialization and their rationale
for these thoughts.
The Steering Committee is also
attempting to formulate a sug-
gestiori for a reorganization of the
examination schedule. A stagger
system, leaving dead days between
exams, a reading period before
exams and invertion of the sche-
dule to create lumping of exams
at the end of the period have
been suggested.
Students wishing to submit sug-
gestions for possible interdiscip-
linary courses are encouraged to
bring them to Dean Roberton's
office, Ruth Gallanter, '63, , LSA,
chairman said.
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TONIGHT at 7 and 9 Saturday and Sunday at 7 and 9
Herbert Vesely's full-length experimental film,
NO MORE FLEEING LUST FOR LIFE
Creative Film Foundation Award of Exceptional Merit.
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