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PAGE SIX

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THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
PLAYERS
Department of Speech
presents
1964/65,
ire finest seating and the
=ormances of your choice
eserving your Season Subscription
now!

By LAURENCE KIRSHBAUM
From the ranks of the faculty
each year is chosen a man who,
more than any other, is respon-
sible for seeing to it that the
faculty's voice is heard in Univer-
sity decision-making circles.
For the coming year that man
will be Prof. Richard Wellman of
the Law School. The responsibil-
ity came with his appointment
to the chairmanship of the Senate
Advisory Committee on University
Affairs (SACUA).
Prof. Wellman replaces Prof.
William Kerr, chairman of the
nuclear engineering department.
Wellman will have a formidable
task in, crystalizing faculty opin-
ions. This is due in part to the
segmental or "state rights" ap-
proaches of most professors.
Local Perspective
Their doctrine demands that
faculty members maintain terri-
torial rights over the running of
their departments and schools.
This limits their scope. In the
Law School, faculty members help
"set admissions policies and aid in

the selection of new staff mem-
bers."
With their interest centered in
their own schools and their time
devoted to research and teaching,
faculty members "are reluctant to
assume any more responsibilities
in aspower sense," Wellman ob-
serves.
They are only too glad to leave
the running of the University to
the administrators. Their task is
to be a "viable working advisory
body to the administration, aware
that advice is best received when
it is asked for."
Committees
To prepare recommendations,
SACUA relies upon the principle
of the smaller unit. It has more
See Related Story, Page 7,
Education & Research Section
than 15 subcommittees, each
specializing in one field. Their
investigations explore all the ma-
jor issues of the University.
From the freedom and respon-
sibility committee last year emerg-
ed a proposal to alter the nature

of the University Senate and
SACUA. The provisions would es-
tablish a University Assembly of
65 persons elected to three-year
terms. SACUA would be reduced
to nine members.
When the issue comes up for
discussion in the Senate next fall,
Wellman will remain neutral. He
does retain some doubts: I don't
think that shrinking SACUA will
help it," he contends.
Many Issues
For Wellman and SACUA, the
next year will be full of issues
demanding scrutiny.* "We must
be prepared to discuss the host
of new problems, arising with the
third semester." These will include
staffing, the new schedule and
admissions difficulties.
SACUA subcommittees will also
face a flood of new students, sent
by Student Government Council,
who wish to sit as ex-officios on
its committees.
But Wellman sees no possibility
for any form of University "gov-
ernment" composed of teachers
and students, due to the faculty's
advisory capacity.

Also the Student
NEW bicycle
headquarters.

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GIDEON
Wednesday-Saturday, October 7-10
(Trueblood Auditorium, Frieze Bldg.)

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THE IMAGINARY INVALID
Wednesday-Saturday, November 4-7
(Trueblood Auditorium, Frieze Bldg.)
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PREMIERE PRODUCTION in co-operation with the
Playwritng Classes of the Department of English
THE PEACEMAKER
by Carl Oglesby
Wednesday-Saturday, December 2-5
(Trueblood Auditorium, Frieze Bldg.)
Anton Chekhov:
UNCLE VANYA
Wednesday-Saturday, January 27-30a
(Lydia MendelssQhn Theatre)
Francois Billetdoux:
CHEZ TORPE
Wednesday-Saturday, February 17-20
(Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre)
The Opera Department, School of Music in
DIE FLEDERMAUS
Wednesday-Saturday, March 17-21*
(Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre)

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Clues from Collins

U of M shopper's guide
Collins knows what U of M. girls need for their
very special campus life. It's a life so special that
no hometown friends can fill you in on what's
"just right"! But you can rely on Collins 35 years of
"rightness" and experience with Ann Arbor Coeds!
don't be Stuck! . . . with all the wrong
things for classes, football games, teas, and espe-
cially for dates. Clothes needs for dates and
dances are so different here, so . . .
wait! .. buy in Ann Arbor!
bring your parents to get acquainted with our
store and to meet our welcoming committee of
specially picked salespeople, and to
open charge accounts ... for you
before they leave for home. Collins will be having
unique .
Fashion shows. . . that cause quite a
stir in our windows on Saturdays all through the
fall season. Here at Collins you'll find brand
names that appear in fashion magazines, names
that make clothes buying really exciting, such.
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Bertolt Brecht:
GALE LEO

Wednesday-Saturday, April 7-10
(Trueblood Auditorium, Frieze Bldg.)
ALL PERFORMANCES 8:00 P.M.
*Opera Matinee (Sunday, Mar. 21) at 2:30 P.M.

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Season Coupons Available From
Student Representatives On Campus During Registration

;. .v.you'll see the Country Set outfit shown at left on the
cover of August Mademoiselle (see-stores really do have what the magazines show!)
The all wool red and gold striped French Sailor pullover with navy borders 9.00, matches
a navy wool skirt 15.00. Other important names at Collins are .
Lanz. . . sold in Ann Arbor only at Collins.
Jantzen, Country Set, MIss Pat
College Town, Lampl, Susan Laurie, and Country
Mis--Sortswear. Great Six. Aloaaora and

SEASON TICKETS:

$6.75, $4.50, plus 25c for each Friday

or Saturday performance selected.
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