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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TV

Panel Views Student Rights, Obligations

Board Views Staff Pay,
Defers Housing Request
(Continued from Page 1)

said, and the recommendations it
makes may have effect on yester-
day's board decision. "We will have
to look at this raise in the light
of other changes requested by the
committee," he said.,
Discuss Apartments
In discussing the advisability of
granting senior women apartment
permission, board members said
related problems of number, con-
dition and cost of local apart-
ments as well as the effect on
house structure and government
must be discussed. "There's no
question, however, about the ma-
turity of the women," Miss Daven-
port emphasized.
In other action, the board ap-
proved a new housing policy for
outside groups. Nonresident groups
that seek to use rooms on the
residence halls must notify Busi-
ness Manager Leonard Schaadt
three weeks before they arrive.
In all cases, the decision as to
whether or not the group will be
accepted as guests of the residence
halls will lie with Assembly or In-
ter-Quadrangle Council and the
council of the particular housing
unit involved.
The policy applys only to hous-
ing requested , in student rooms
and not to non-student areas in
any residence hall.
Foreign Students
The board also heard a report
from Hale on the status of for-
eign and graduate students in the
residence halls. He described a
"marked increase" in the number
and percentage of these students
living in dorms and quads.
A particular problem in work-
ing with foreign students derives
from the fact that many of them
arrive on campus two or three
weeks before the residence halls
open, he said. "They get settled
in an apartment and do not want
to shift into the halls when they
open, even though they have a
rooming contract with us."
Graduate students now fill Ty-
ler and Prescott houses in East
Quad and a cutoff date for appli-
cations had to be set two weeks
before classes started last Septem-
ber, Hale said.
Recommends New Unit
He recommended that a separ-
ate unit for graduate students
would be more desirable than pres-
ent facilities, since a large propor-
tion of the graduate students want
single rooms. The two East Quad
houses have a large number of
triples.
The board granted requests to
the Student Book Exchange, Mich-'
igan Union Creative Arts Festival
and Assembly Association to dis-
tribute publicity in the residence
halls.

Assembly and Women's Senate
have drafted a questionnaire about
the consequences of trimester cal-
endar, Assembly President Sally
Jo Sawyer, '62, said. "We will
canvass 20 per cent of the resi-
dents and get their opinions on
housing, registration and course
selection under the new calendar."
The board denied a request
from the American Academy of
Arts and Science to distribute in-
formation and subscription rate
cards about "Daedulus," the aca-
demy's magazine. Members ex-
pressed fears that privacy would
be violated if commercial prod-
ucts were advertised by slipping
circulars under each resident's
door.
Cooper SeeKs
State Agency
Justice Data
Complaints about the justice
handed out by state and local ad-
ministrative agencies are being
sought by Prof. Frank E. Cooper
of the Law School.
Prof. Cooper is directing an in-
tensive survey of rule-making and
court functions practiced by state
and local government agencies.
The study is sponsored jointly by
the law school and the American
Bar Foundation.
"Though there are a great many
things wrong with state adminis-
trative agencies, the only way most
of the defects can be pinpointed
is to rely on the assistance of per-
sons who have had a bad experi-
ience and wish to pass the infor-
mation along," Prof. Cooper ex-
plained.
"The use and misuse of these
functions by state and local agen-
cies are actually of concern to
many more people than are the
operations of the federal agen-
cies," he added.
Prof. Cooper notes that while
the federal agencies have been
studied extensively during the last
20 years, comparatively little at-
tention has been paid to the state
agencies.
Extend Petitioning
For Joint Judic
Due to an insufficient number
of applicants, petitioning for the
vacant women's seat on Joint Ju-
diciary Council has been extend-
ed from Wednesday to 5 p.m. Fri-
day, William Phelps, '62BAd, said
yesterday.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Dean of Men's office in the SAB.

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