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FJA To Vote Again

On Trigon Bias Case
(Continued from Page 1) Jan. 26 that Trigon must reviE
-Religion is an essential and its ritual by Sept. 1, 1965, or fa(
integral part of the activities of expulsion from IFC which wou
the fraternity. deny Trigon participation in IFC
Christian organizedhrush, fraternity intr
Hall said in his letter that "the mural athletics and other priv
fraternity was based on and is leges coexistent with IFC mem
distinguished by its adherence to bership. "The effect will probab
the Christian religion, and en- destroy the active chapter," Ha
deavors to provide in the environ- said in hispeter.
men ofthecolegefraternity a by While I am deeply concern
inent of the collegefrtniyab this eventuality, it seems '1
constant recognition of its relig-m thatuTigy, iseese
ios' Heritage.e e very fraternityrat the Universit
"Accepting this fact, the execu- will also be adversely affected b
tive committee reasoned that the precedent set by this action
whether members were excluded Hall added.
because of 'negative religious dis- "Benal lfr
crimination' or 'the situation Being a local fraternity, Tr
criminationor te sit, hiongon could more easily than a Na
which Trigon presents, which tional, change its ritual. In con
might be called positive religious vention last summer it vote
discrimination the end result unanimously to make no chang
is the same ... prospective mem and the sentiment runs hig
bers of the fraternity system are among alumni and actives to dis
prohibited from becoming mem- solve in preference to any chang
bers because of their religious in the ritual which would tendt
convictions." have the effect of eventually alter
According to a personal state- ing the essential character of, th
ment by Hoppe, the executive fraternity," Hall said.
committee "recognizes and en- Appeal
courages fraternities based on a Trigon filed an appeal to FP
s t r o n g religious background." and the executive committee s
However, in Trigon's attempt "to March 11 as the date of the ap
nurture a 'spiritual, ethical de- peal. Trigon contended that the
velopment' Trigon's ritual has the were given insufficient notice o
effect of eliminating all those the date and therefore were un
people who cannot or are not will- able to prepare a defense fo
ing to profess a certain religious March 11.
belief." Their request for postponemen
Obligations was denied by the executive com
The executive committee further mittee and, at their March 1
felt that "undergraduate fraterni- meeting, FPA passed a motio
ties do have an obligation to the denying Trigon the right to ap
society within which they func- peal, feeling that Trigon had no
tion," Hoppe said. dealt in good faith with the fra
"This obligation may in some ternity system. It ,was understood
cases be greater than the obliga- however, that at some later dat
tions owed to the founders of the FPA could vote to hear th
fraternities, themselves. appeal.
"We as fraternity men claim A motion to hear the appea
that the fraternity way of life is was passed March 25 and FP)
the best possible way to prepare moved immediately into the ap
the college man for entering the peal in a closed meeting. The out
general society. The executive come was not revealed at tha
committee could not accept the time.
argument that isolating men from It was later disclosed that th
certain elements of society will in executive committee decision wa
any way make them more con- upheld by a 22-20 vote. However
structive members of that society." due to voting irregularities, a re
Must Revise vote. was planned for the nex
The executive committee ruled meeting, to be held tonight.

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FToday tthrough Thursday the Ethic" in a Charles Horton Cooley leo" in Trueblood Aud.fgraduate Honors Convocation at 7 and 9 p m.-Cinem Guild will
I5 ! / Facuty-Student Committee to ;Centennial lecture, at Aud. A. 8 p.m.-A travel film will bei Hill Aud. Present Michaelangelo Antonoi~s ;
Stop the War in Viet Nam will 4 p.m.-Julius London of the presented in Aud. A. 2 p.m.-Open Blood Clinic Day eIl GridoaThe Outcry)" at the
(Continued from Page 1) conduct the first all campus "Pay- University of Colorado will speak 8:30 p.m.-The School of Music at the American Red Cross Sub- Architecture Auy.
chologies 621, 630, 631, 643, 644, in," a United Fund type effort on "Time Variations of Ozones in Concerto Concert will be held, pre- Center, 2729 Packard Road. 8 p.m.-The Dept. of Speech
and 653 had zero enrollment. Psy- with contributions anonymous in the Upper Atmosphere" in Rm. senting the University Symphony 3:45 p.m.-M. O. Burrel of Na- University Players will present
chologies 642, 652, and 681 had which the goal will be one full' 5500 East Engineering. Orchestra with Student Auditions tional Aeronautics and Space Ad- Bertolt Brecht's "Galileo" in True-
one student apiece. day's pay from 10 per cent of the 4:15 p.m.-George Howerton of Winners, at Hill Aud. ministration Space Flight Center blood Aud.
As Many As Signed University faculty. The funds will Northwestern University will lec- FRIDAY. API, 9 will speak on "Proton Penetration 8 p.m.-The Deutsche Verein
Hoch said that the psychology be used for support of continued ture on "Today's Demands for 8 a.m.-Peace Corps Placement Calculations" at Cooley Aud. on vocal concert will be held in Aud.
department would have taken as protest activities . Musical Excellence" in a Pi Kappa Test will be held in the lower North Campus.r.
many students as signed up for * * Lambda honors assembly in Rack- lobby o fthe Union. 4 p.m.-Joseph V. Swintosky of 8:30 p.m.-John A. Williams will
Psychologies 100 and 101, by cre- THURSDAY. APRIL 8 ham Lecture Hall. 9:15 a.m.--The Michigan School- Smith, Kline and French Lab- speak on "A Close-Up of the
ating sections enough to handle .-Fn7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will master's Club Conference will hold oratories will lecture on "The Bio- Moon" during an astronomy dept.
enrollment. Psychology 100 has e 8 a.m.-Frank Maria, manage- present Michelangelo Antonioni's a general session in the Rackham logical Half-Life concept and Its Visitors' Night at Aua. D.
12 students y ment consultant, will speak on "Il Grido (The Outcry)" in the Lecture Hall. Applications," at the Chemistry- 8:30 p.m.-Melvin Jones, cornet, +
Other departments in the Uni- The Human Relations Audit"in Architecture Aud. 10 a.m.--The Michigan Junior Pharmacy Bldg. will hold a degree recital at the
versiy are seeing similar enroll- re o nus eins 7P.m.-Prof. Herbert Goldstein, College Association Conference 4:15 p.m.-James J. Gibson of School of Music Recital Hall.
metproblems, but refused to r- Personnel Techniques Seminar at of the department of special edu- will meet at the Michigan Union. Cornell University will speak on 8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
lease figures independently. the Michigan Union. ction at Yeshiva University will 10:30 a.m.-His Royal Highness a subject to be announced in a will present Collegium Musicum
Hopes 9:30 a.m.-The Michigan Schol- deliver the Special Education Col- Bernhard. Prince of the Nether- Psychology Colloquium at Aud. C, directed by Robert A. Warner at
According to Woolley, the Reg- ars in College Teaching Confer- loquium lecture on "Special Class lands, wili speak at the Under- Angeli Hall. Rackham Lecture Hall.
istrar's Office hopes to increase ence will have registration at the vs. Regular Class Placement for ---- -
the 2,496 enrollment figure to 4000 Rackham lobby, the Educable Mentally Retarded,"
by April 16, the end of the early 9:30 a.m.-The Michigan Schol- in Rackham Amphitheatre.
registration program. ars in College Teaching will hold 8 p.m.-The Department of
Hellwarth summed up the en- a conference in the Rackham Am- Speech University Players will
rollment problem in the engineer- phitheatre. present Bertolt Brecht's "Gali- o f MEF O L K
ing college by saying that the en- 2:15 p.m.-Alex Bernstein of Si- ~ - I
rollment in term 3-a was low be- mulmantics Corp. will speak on
cause the college could not offer, "Artificial Intelligence" in Room F S * w
enough courses to attract students. 1057 of the Mental Health Re-
They could not offer enough search Institute tk
courses because they did not have AmPARRIeLs hm10,r1i1
enough budget 3 p.m.-A Research Semnary END!NG SATURDAY
enough udget.Hospital and Medical Care Sys- :

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But, to have enough budget,
they would have needed to have
more students. Hellwarth describ-
ed this as a circle.
Other Questionsj
Other questions raised by fac-I
ulty members are:
-Will classes with very low en-
rollment be cancelled?
-What use will be made of pro-
fessors whose. courses have en-
rolled no students?
-What was the University
budget for term 3-a?
-What will the cost per stu-
dent be for the University for
the third term?
-If enrollment is half that
predicted, will the cost per stu-
dent then be twice the usual?
-What steps will be taken in
the future to make sure enroll-
ment is exactly calculated for the
third term?
-What long-run effect will
these developments have on the
trimester system as a whole?

tems will discuss "Organizations
of Medical Care and Its Effect on
Hospital Use" in Rm. 69 of the
Business Administration Bldg.
3 p.m.-Prof. Herbert Goldstein,
of the department of special edu-
cation at Yeshiva University will
deliver the Special Education Col-'
loquium on "General Problems in
the Preparation of Teachers of
Exceptional Children" in the Uni-
versity ,High School cafeteria.
3:30 p.m.-The Michigan Junior
College Association Conference!
will be at the Michigan Union.
3:30 p.m.-The Michigan Junior
College Association will hold a
conference in the Union.
4 p.m.-Punya Shoka Ray of
the University of Chicago will,
speak on "Language Standardiza-
tion" in Lane Hall series lecture in
Rm. 200, Lane Hall.
4 p.m.-Prof. Guy E. Swanson
will speak on "Human Nature
and the Search for a Naturalistic
ETIN
hold its initiation ceremony at 6 p.m..
Thurs., April 8, East Conference Room,
Rackham Bldg.; to be followed by their
banquet, Vandenberg Room, Michigan
League, 7 p.m., Dr. Alvin D. Loving,
speaker, "Education in a Changing
World."
Phi Delta Epsilon Annual Lecture-
ship: William B. Bean, M.D., editor,
AMA Archives of Internal Medicine,
professor of medicine and chairman,
Department of Internal Medicine, Uni-

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Michigan Scholars in College Teach-
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Lobby, 9:30 a.m.
Mental Health Research Institute Sem-
inar - Alex Bernstein. Simulmatics.
Corp., "Artificial Intelligence": 1057
MHRI, 2:15 p.m.
Research Seminar in Hospital and
Medical Systems-69 Business Admin-
istration, 3 p.m.

Search for a Naturalistic Ethic": Aud.
A, Angell Hall 4:10 p.m.
School of Music Pi Kappa Lambda
11ciors Assembly-George Howerton,
School of Music, Northwestern Uni-
versity, "Today's Demands for Musi-
cal Excellence": Rackham Lecture Hall,
4:15 p.m.I
Cinema Guild-Michelangelo Anton-
ioni's "Il Grido" (The Outcry): Archi-
tecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.

Nice Evie
Jackson...
Dear Heart
Evie Jackson..
Tonight Fp
she would.
get herself-
a man and
they'd
never call
her that
again!

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Michigan Junior College Association Dept. of Speech University Players
Conference-Registration, Michigan Un- Production-Bertolt Brecht's "Galileo":
ion, 3:30 p.m. Trueblood Aud., 8 p.m.
Pharmacy Alumni Lecture-Joseph C.R.E.S.T. Travel Film-Aud. A, An-:
V. Swintosry, Smith, Kline & French gell Hall, 8 p.m.
Laboratories, "Development and De-
sign of Oral Sustained Action Prod- School of Music* Concerto Concert -
ucts": 1200 Chemistry-Pharmacy Bldg., University Symphony Orchestra with
4 p.m. Student Auditions Winners: Hill Aud.,
8:30 p.m.
Lane Hall Series Lecture - Punya
Shoka Ray. University of Chicago, Dept. of Anthropology Lecture: Fran-
"Language Standardization": 200 Lane cols Bordes, Universite de Bordeaux,
Hall, 4 p.m. France, "Recent Developments in Pale-
olithic Archaeology," Thurs., April 8,
Charles Horton Cooley Centennial 4:10 p.m., Aud. D, Angell Hall.
Lecture-Guy E. Swanson, professor of
sociology, "Human Nature an dthe Phi Delta Kappa Omega Chapter: Will
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