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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

YAF Group Attacks Association Lea
By THOMAS DeVRIES
Collegiate Press Service : .:: . .{:.. VU ,__

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Accusing
United States National Student
Association national officers of
holding secret meetings with rep-
resentatives of the radical left,
Thomas Huston, vice-chairman of
Young Americans for Freedom,
announced formation Wednesday
of a new group called "Students;to
Oppose Participation in USNSA"
("STOP NSA")
Huston said .he will recruit "na-
tional cadres of full-time students
tow ork against USNSA." Asked
about financing of the new group,
Houston said that about $500 had
been spent so far and that it had
come from the Young Americans
for Freelom, a right-wing group.
USNSA President Greg Gallo
said that he had spoken to rep-
resentatives of the left-wing Stu-
dents for a Democratic Society
(SDS) both during and before the
Congress but had not attended
any "secret meetings," as had been
claimed. "If they had any secret
meetings," he said, "I wasn't in-
vited. They don't trust me."
Huston said his group would
carry the anti-USNSA fight to the
individual students. He said the
group hopes to convince at least
75 schools to withdraw from US-
NSA during the next year.
Huston, 23, is a 2nd year law
student at Indian University and
was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate
from Indiana in 1963. He attended
three USNSA Congresses and has
traveled over 50,000 miles in the
last year speaking about USNSA,
according to his spokesman.
The national director of STOP'
NSA is Richard Alledn, 25, mid-
west YAF executive director. He is
a native of Indianapolis.

-Minnesota Daily (via CPS)-Bob Mooney
USNSA delegates convene at the University of Minnesota's Coffman Memorial Union.
Friendly'Advi 'ea USNSA Delegates

By EDWARD SCHWARTZ
of the Oberlin College Review
Collegiate Press Service
The following are a few handy
tips for those attending their first
USNSA congress in the delicate
area of resolution writing. It is
borne of the tedious chaos of the
15th Congress and a brief, but il-
luminating persual through the
latest Codification-

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This information can guaran-
tee you a regional chairmanship
and a lifetime salary of up to
$100,000. Since there are four sec-
tions, often completely independ-
ent, to any legislative master-
piece, we may deal with each;
of them separately:
Fact
A section of righteous indigna-
tion. It should contain the latest
dirt on administratie crimes
against s t u d e n t s, Mississippi
crimes against SNCC, Portuguese
crimes against Angola and world
crimes against humanity. Wher-
ever possible, previous 'USNSA Fact
Sections should be cited to indi-
cate our continuing anger at such
atrocities. The key word of the
Fact Section is "suppression," al-
though "coercion" and "quashing"
I dbessubstitutedfor variety.
Blood should be mentioned, if
spilled.
SPrincipl e
A sweeping value judgment, ac-
cepted as self-evident by the as-

the manifest integrity of the
American student community, a
evidenced in the Codification of
Policy.
Its key words are "community",
-student, college, total, world,
universal or otherwise; "meaning-
ful," which should be inserted ar-
bitrarily before every fourth word'
and invariably before such wordE-
as "communication" and "inter-
action"; "right"-inserted between
"have a" and "to"; and.."rights,'
connected with "violated." Anoth-
er name for the Declaration is
"Pronouncement.",
Mandane
A command, addressed to stu-
dent leaders, college administra-
tors, USNSA officers, presidents,

of student unions, congressmen,
Presidents of the United States
and ambassadors to the United
Nations. The Mandate should be
strong enough to conceal the as-
sociation's inability to enforce it.
The key word of the Mandate is
"instruct."
And so, fellow delegates, amidst
the wanton suppression of our
rights, let us once again reaffirm
our role in drafting legislation
meaningful to the 'interaction of
the total student community and
to the meaningful communica-
tion 'between responsible student
leaders and irresponsible college
administrators. It is this task
which we are instructed to per-
form.

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Congress Votes Bl4I for
National Council on Arts
Special To The Daily

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sca4LoI1. tA eriil in a UI u- WASHINGTON-Both the House and the Senate have passed
tion should refer to a broader
principle in a Basic Policy Dec in recent weeks a bill establishing a National Council on the Arts.
laration, which in turn should re- The measure awaits the signature of Presiden.t Lyndon B. Johnson.
fer to the Student Bill of Rights In its major provisions, the bill would establish a 25-member
and Responsibilities, which refers National Council on the Arts. The council in turn would make
periodically to itself. studies and recommendations on the ways and means of strengthening
Such will provide the pretext the cultural resources of the country.
if not the existence, of a compre- ' Earlier, the Senate had passed a proposal that would establish
hensive and consistent ethical in addition a National Arts Foundation with a yearly budget of $5-$10
code. The key words of the Prin- million. But the House did not add this section to the measure it
ciple Section are "conviction that,'" approved, so a Senate-House conference compromised and accepted
"role" and "reaffirm." Sample the less elaborate House version.
sentence: "USNSA reaffirms its The .committee which reported the bill to' the House described
conviction that students can and , as the latest of many attempts to gain "official recognition for the
do have a 'role in.. " arts," and recommended its approval. The repdrt added that govern-
Declaration ment ,promotion of the "major arts" would include recognition of
A series of hortatory digressions music, dance, literature, architecture, drama, folk art, sculpture,
from the self-evident principle, painting, industrial design, and others.
The Declaration can be a blanket Meanwhile, the House has referred back to committee a proposal
condemnation, a call to arms, a which would establish a larger national foundation for support of
Kantian interpretation of interna- the humanities and arts It was introduced by Rep. William Moor-
tional politics or an accolade to head (D-Pa). It is not expected to come up for a vote until next year.

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