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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAIL

FRIDAY, 5 FEBRUARY 1965

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The Luan Peckinpaugh Scholarship is
offered to out-of-state undergraduate
women who have suc'essfully completed
their freshman year and have a dem-
onstrated financial need* the stipend
is variable.
The Mary Louise Hinsdale Scholar-
ship, amounting to approximately $180
(-interest on the endowment fund) is
available to undergraduate single wom-
en who are wholly or partially self-
supporting and who do not live in
University residence halls or sorority
houses, Girls with better than aver-
age scholarship and need will be
considered.
The Laurel Harper Seeley Scholarship
is open to both graduate and under-
graduate women. The award is made
on basis of scholarship, contribution
to University life and financial need,
the stipend is variable.
The Lucy E. Elliott Fellowship is
open to women graduates of any
accredited coliege or university. It may
be used by a University of Michigan
graduate at any college or university,
but a graduate of any other univer-
sity will be required to study on the
Michigan campus. Academic achieve-
ment, creativity and leadership will be
considered in granting the award. The
stipend is $1,100.
The Alice Crocker Lloyd Fellowship is
open to women graduates of any ac-
credited college or university. It may
be used by a University of Michigan
graduate at any college or university
but a graduate of any other school will
be required to study on the Michi-
gan campus. Academic achievement,
personality and leadership will be con-
sidered in granting the award. The
stipend is $1,100.
Martha Cook Building applications
for residence are due no later than
Fri., Feb. 5. First appointments will be
made through Tues., Feb. 2.
Physical Education-Women Students:
Women students taking required physi-
cal education who were medically de-
ferred for the first half of this semes-
ter should report to Office 15, Bar-
bour Gymnasium, to sign up for the
second half of the semester. Registra-
tion will be held from 8 a.m. .to noon
and 1 to 5 p.m., Wed., Thurs. and Fri.,
Feb. 3, 4, and 5.
Upperclass students who wish to elect
physical education classes may do so on
Thurs. and Fri. mornings only, Feb.
25 and 26.
Dept. of Linguistics: Doctoral prelim-
inary examinations will be given Fri.
and Sat., March 5 and 6. Students in-
tending to take one or more exams
must notify the Departmental Office of
their intention to do so on or before
Tues., Feb. 9.
Dept. of Linguistics: French and Ger-
man language examinations will be
given Mon, and Tues., March 8 and 9.
Students intending to take the exam-
ination must notify the Departmental
Office of their intention to do so on
or before Tues., March 2.
The Society of Sigma Xi Dinner for
Initiates: To be held in the Ball Room,
Michigan League, 6:30 p.m., Weds., Feb.
10. Followed by a lecture, "The Great
and Inexhaustible Treasure," Dr. A
Geoffrey Nrman, V.P. for Research,
University of Michigan, 8:00 p.m. Open
to public. Spouses are invited.
Student Government Council approval
of the following student-sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All
publicity for these events must be with-
held until the approval has become
effective.
~ Approval request forms for student-
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB. ,
Committee on USNSA of Student Gov-
ernment Council, Conference on South
Africa, Feb. 25-28, 7-10 p.m., Michigan
Union.
Michigan Union & Women's League,
Academic Film Supplement-Part I,
Political Science, Feb. 6, 7-9:30 p.m.,
Anderson Room, Michigan Union.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting of
February 3, 1965
Approved: That Student Government
Council strongly recommends that the
College of L.S. & A. adopt a policy
which would permit any full-time stu-
dent to reduce the number of hours
carried to no less than 12 at any time
prior to the final exam period by sim-
ply notifying the instructor and the
college.

Approved: That SGC recommend to
the dean of LSA that juniors and sen-
iors be permitted to select their own
academic programs without the neces-
sity of securing prior approval subject
to certain conditions specified by the
college (grade point, etc.). Further,
that SGC ask the Literary College Steer-
ing Committee to join in this request.
Approved: That SGC reimburse each
of the following persons his full cost
of registration fee to attend the sec-
ond annual "Winds of Change Semi-
nar" to be held at Michigan State
University Feb. 5-7, 1965:
Albert Marckardt, P. S. Mohapatra,
Anrudh K. Jain, Solomon Chu, Jeff
Coffin, Sook Bang, Allan Schnalberg.
Approved: That SGC recommend to
the Office of Student Affairs that
chaperones no longer be required for
the registration of closed social func-
tions.
Approved: That SGC request the Of-
fice of Student Affairs, the planning,
department, the plant department, and
the security offices to release present
plans for the protection of persons in
the campus area and projected pro-
posals, if any.
Approved: That the following letter be
sent immediately to the President of
the University:
Dear Dr. Hatcher:
As you may know, the Student Gov-
ernment Council has been In the proc-
ess of taking action concerning the
recent price raise for all three Butter-
field Theatres in Ann Arbor. Many
SGC members and a great part of the
student body are agrieved by this price
increase, especially since there ap-
pears to be little justification for it
and since the management of the
theatre chain has made no attempt
to justify their action, but instead
have rebuked SGC in all of its at-
tempts to negotiate.
We are concerned with the position
of the University in this present situ-
ation. With the University holdingpre-
ferred Class B stock in the corporation
and appointing two members of the
corporation'stBoard of Directors, it
appears to us that the University defi-
nitely does have a stake in this busi-
ness. In addition, the University being
responsible, at least in part, to the
students, faculty and staff which make
it up, it appears that some action by
this institution is justified) We feel
that in a real way the participation
of the University as owner in part of
the Butterfield Theatre Chain, which
has acted against the interest of the
Univeirsity community, and the role of
the University in providing for the
interest of the community in other
ways, conflict with each other in this
specific situation.
Several weeks ago Vice-President Pier-
pont released a statement which was
not adequate. No further action was
taken by the University in this mat-
ter. Last week SGC pascsed a motion
asking that the University divest it-
self of the stock owned in the Butter-
field Corporation on the basis of the
inconsistency of roles. Nothing has been
publicly announced by the University
in this matter.
As a result of this aggravated situ-
ation, Student Government Council
urges you, as President of the Univer-
sity to explain the University's posi-
tion in this matter to the students,
'faculty and staff of this Institution.
A public announcement by your office
shall, we believe, aid in bringing about
a reasonable solution to the present
unrest on this campus concerning the
present movie theatre price increase. We
await your prompt action.
Sincerely yours,
SOC Members
Approved: That SGC ask the Office
of Student Affairs to write into the
student rental agreement which it
makes available for use through the
Off-Campus Housing Bureau a clause
committing the University to the en-
forcement of the terms of a rental
agreement for a period no greater than
the eight months of the academic year,
if the tenant does not intend to re-
main enrolled for the summer session
This is a recommended amendment to
section 4 of the proposal.
SGC further asks that Section 12 of
the currently proposed non-University
housing lease read that each lessee
is individually responsible only for hi
portion of the total rental fee and not
jointly responsible with the other less-
ees for the total rental fee set out In
the other terms of the rental agree-
ment.
SApproved: That students planning
to apply for recognition as a student
organization should notify the presi-
dent or executive vice-president of SGC
of plans to receive clearance to use
University facilities for a specific or-
ganizational meeting (p. 12).

Approved: That the Operating Pro-
cedures of Student Government Coun-
cil, Article VIII, be amended as fol-
lows:
Section B: Change four to three.
Add a new Section C to read: The
NSA coordinator shall attend the Con-
gress as a delegate.
Approved: That SGC require that any
person selected as a delegate or as an
alternate to the USNSA 17th National
Student Congress of USNSA, deposit $10
by April 1, 1965 which will be refund-
ed on completion of his participation
at the Congress.
Approved: That SGC contribute $500
to the Writer-in Residence Program
at the University of Michigan, March
7-28, 1966.
Appointed: Stuart L. Deutsch to fill
the vacancy created by the resignation
of Evan Wilner from the Off-Cam-
pus Housing Committee.
Steven Cody Engle, Joint Judiciary
Council representative to the Off-Cam-
pus Housing Committee.
Events
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are remind-
ed that requests for approval for social
events are due in the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs not later than 12 o'clock
noon on Tuesday prior to the event.
FRI., FEB. 5-1
Alpha Epsilon Pi, TG; Alpha Tau
Omega, TG; Blagdon House, Open-
Open; Chi Phi, TG; Cooley, Open-Open;
Delta Chi, TG; Delta Tau Delta, Band
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
* * *
Circle Honorary Society, Important

Party; Engineering Council, Mixer; -Announces Mental Health Summer
Fisher, Open-Open; Gomberg, TG; Work-Study program. 10 week intern-
Michigan, Open-Open; Phi Epsilon Pi, ships start June 21, for students who
Party; Phi Kappa Psi, TO. have finished Soph. yr. Assignment as
Phi Kappa Psi, Party; Phi Kappa I trainee, with salary, in mental hospi-
Tau, Closed Party; Stockwell, Engineer ! tal as part of 4 hr. credit course in
Mixer; Theta Chi, Party; Scott, Open- , Soc. Financial aid available. Deadline
Open; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, TG; Sigma April 10. Details at Bureau of Appoint-
Chi, TG; Sigma Phi Epsilon, TG; The- ments.
ta Delta Chi, TG; Theta Xi, TG; Tyler, t
Open-Open; Van Tyne, Valentine Party. POSITION OPENINGS:
SAT., FEB. 6-
Alpha Delta Phi, Band Party; Alpha Connecticut State, Hartford-Various
Epsilon Pi, House Party; Alpha Sigma openings including Occupational 8her-
Phi, Party; Alpha Tau Omega, Dance; apist, & Chief of Community Services
Chi Phi, Band Party; Chi Psi, Dance; (Mental Health). Also Urban Renewal
Cooley, Lincoln Party; Delta Chi, "Night Planner, BA Geog., Arch., Soc. Econ.,
in Greenwich"; Delta Sigma Phi, Band Public Admin., Civil Engrg., etc. plus 6
Party; Delta Tau Delta, Band Party; yrs. exper. in urban renewal, redevelop-
Delta Upsilon, Party; Frederick, Open- ment, or related area, or MA plus 4-5
Open/Party; Gomberg, Fresh Air Camp; yrs. exper.
Gomberg, Lounge Party/Open-Open; Eastern Michigan Univ., Ypsilanti,
Hayden, Open-Open. Mich.-Chief Accountant, BBA, major
Hinsdale, Open-Open; Lambda Chi Al- in acctg.; MBA or CPA pref. 5-10 yrs.
;ha, Closed Party; Phi Epsilon PI, Party; exper., some in gov't. or public acctg.
Phi Kappa Psi, Dinner/Party; Phi Kap- Age 30-40. Immed. opening,
pa Tau, Suppressed Desire; Sigma Al- U.S. Naval Labs., Calif.-Positions for
pha Epsilon, Party; Theta Chi, Work experienced engrs. include aerospace,
Whing-Ding; Theta Delta Chi, "Sewers electronic, general, & materials. Also
of Paris"; Theta Xi, Skating Party; Tri- chemist, physicist, architect, operations
gon, Initiation Dance; Tyler, Open- res..analyst, etc.
Open; Van Tyne, Open-Open, Escoal Hta
SUN., FEB. 7-- Episcopal Hospital, Phila., Pa.-Resi-
Alpha Gamma Delta, Open House; dence Director, woman for immed.
Delta Phi Epsilon, Pledge Open House; opening in School of Nursing. Degree,
Wenley, Open-Open. exper. not required.
For further information, please call
Foreign Visitors 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of
pointments, 3200 SAB.
The following are the foreign visi- SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
tors programmed through the Interna- 212 SAB-
tional Center who will be on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro- Camp Charlevoix, Mich.-Boys, inter-
gram arrangements are being made by viewing today for all types of jobs.
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International From 9-12 and 1-:.
Center, 764-2148. Institute ofsWorldd9-12landn1-r:30.
Alexander Charkov, Institute of World Camp Chi, Wis.-Coed. Will interciew
Economy and International Relations Tues., Feb. 9, for all types of jobs,
Rncudng unit heads, nurses, cooks,
Academy of Sciences, Moscow, USSR, kitchen ass'., waterfront, etc.
Feb. 1-8.iv Buea Melody Fair, N.Y.-Summer theatre
Altiero Spinelli, Executive Bureau will audition Tues., Feb. 9, in Room
European Federalistno ment, Ps h s3B Mich. Union for male & female
co-editor, "Ii Mulino," member of the chrsfom25pm
board, Olivetti Foundation, Italy, Feb. Social Security Admin.-Students for
13-7. program as ass'ts. in personnel ad-
min., soc. insurance res., budget analy-
Fl ce 3sis, public information, & correspond-
a L' ence analysis.

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