ssETHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Union Officers' Statement
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786.
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Following is
the text of a report drawn up by the
Michigan Union senior officers and
presented to the Union Board of Di-
rectors Thursday night. The report
states the views of the student offi-
cers only, however, and is not an
official statement of the board it-
(The officers' report refers to an
opinion issued last week by the Re-
gents, who criticized the Union-
League Study Committee Report's
outline for a merger of the two or-
ganizations. The Regents supported
a combining of the student activi-
ties wings, but rejected the concept
of a student-faculty-administra-
tive board which would govern a
new University Center. Instead, they
asked thatthis control be placed
'under the administration only.)
Because of the increasing com-
plexity of the Union-League mer-
ger question, the senior officers
of the Michigan Union wish to re-
view the comments of the Regents
in the light of their relevance to
the Union Board's previous actions
and their interpretation of the
Union-League Study Committee
The senior officers wish to
stress that their comments are
not intended to support or reject
any part of the regental state-
ment, but rather are an attempt
to clarify the situation.
The Regents' statement men-
tioned some specific functions of
the University Center Board which
they felt were implicit in the re-
port. The Union-League Study
Committee intentionally did not
mention specific functions of the
University Center other than that
of student activities. This was
done to allow the .implementation
committee the freedom of further
study into what functions would
be desirable in the center.
It was also understood that in-
clusion of any group other than
the Union and the League would
be at the. specific request of that
Further, it was never the intent
of the Union-League Study Com-
mittee Report to restrict the au-
tonomy of the contributing groups,
and in the case of student activi-
ties their autonomy was increased
z from the present situation.
The intention of the report was
that the University Center Board
would be primarily concerned with
the policies regarding the aspects
of the center used by more than
one of the component groups-
such as the "MUG" used by stu-
dents, faculty and alumni.
It was hoped that this new
board would "provide a fertile
meeting ground for students, fac-
ulty, alumni and administrators to
come together with a common
purpose: to work for the individ-
ual and collective interests of
segments of the University."
The Regents indicate that they
are in accord with the merger of
the student activities of the Union
and the League. They further
state that this can be accomplish-
ed without regard to the con-
sideration of forming a Univer-
sity Center Board.
The Union-League Study Com-
mittee discussed the possibility of
combining only the student activi-
ties portions of the Union and
the League. This idea was rejected,
feeling that there was a need for
interactionv between the Univer-
sity's component groups.
The Regents stated that this
student activities group should be
established as a separate entity
apart from the League and the
The Union-League Study Com-
mittee Report realized the need to
modernize the existing concepts
and provide more continuity with-
in the organization than exists at
present, including decreasing the
students' concern with the man-
agement function, but one of the
report's basic concepts was:
" There is an important
need for student counsel and par-
ticipation in the affairs of the.
University Center Board of Di-
rectors. It is this participation by
students in the broader activities
of the University Center Board of
Directors that will give an addi-
tional dimension to the education-
al and incentive values of the
University Center student activi-
Desiring to retain in the new
organization those aspects of the
Union and the League that con-
tributed to their success, the com-
mittee stated, "One of the major
sources of strength for the Union's
and the League's student activities
has been that they have not been
student organizations per se;
rather, they have existed as parts
of their respective boards which
reflect all of the interests of the
University, and which are well-
equipped to supervise and to pro-
vide continuity in student activi-
There is no indication in the
Regents' statement as to what
would happen to the student
members and officers of the Un-
ion board when the student ac--
tivities become separate. Space
now being used in the Michigan
Union and the Michigan League
buildings would continue to be
provided so long as such space is
The regental statement did not
indicate who would determine the
nature of effective use. Implicit
in the Union-League Study Com-
mittee Report was the feeling that
the group best equipped to deter-
mine such questions as effective
use of space as well as types of
desired services to be offered in
a service center was a board con-
sisting of all groups using the fa-
cilities of that center.
The statement of the Regents
requested that the implementation
committee should be set up imme-
diately to establish a joint student
activities organization and to de-
fine the area of responsibility that
should be undertaken by this co
educational student activities or-
The charge given to the Union's
implementation committee includ-
ed the mandate to present to the
board of directors a specific plan
for creating a University Center
and to recommend such additional
points of implementation within
the general framework of this
study committee's report, as it
No provision was made to im-
plement only a student activities
portion of the plan.
The Union has provided service
to the University for over 60 years.
The Union-League Study Commit-
tee Report proposed a new con-
cept, but a concept which at-
tempted to retain the best features
of the Union and the League. It
is imperative that any subsequent
plan that the Union Board of
Directors adopts also retains these
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The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Placement
Office, 2200 Student Activities Bldg.,
during the following hours: Mon. thru
Fri., 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Dave Lowman,
Part-time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
-Several Psychological Subjects to do
experiments. Need both male and
female. Contact: Miss Kambas, NO
3-1531, Ext. 7431 for further details.
-There, are some positions open to
girlsethat have shorthand ability.
Hours range from 6 to 40 per week.
1-Lab Aaide (Female) with Histology
and general lab procedures back-
ground. This is a full-time position
-Several miscellaneous jobs for both
male and female to be filled im-
3 PSYCH Grad students looking for 4th
roommate, to share 4-bedrm. house on
campus. Call 6-8 p.m., 662-0050. C33
FURNISHED HOME, modern, January-
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AL-DOR MANOR APTS. 2 bedrm. apts.
for rent, furnished or unfurnished.
South Lyon. Call GE 7-2023. C32
ON CAMPUS lot parking available. NO
GARAGE AND APT. ($125/mo.) for
rent. Close to I-M Bldg. Call 2-7274.
3 ROOMS AND BATH near campus. Off-
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after 5:30. C12
2 BEDROOM APT, with 900 sq. ft.
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SPACIOUS 3 RM. APT. Ideal for grad
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block N. of Summit, off Minor. Can
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PARKING available in vicinity of Law
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Wilmot-Geddes-Forest intersection &
City Hall. Call NO 2-7787. C30
DELUXE NEW 10 unit bldg. completed
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Furnished or unfurnished. Geddes-
hospital area. 3-0511. C28
We invite your inspection of Ann
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Swimming pool, free bus service,
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
FOR SALE-1963 HONDA sport 50. Jack.
NO 5-6617. Z33
1963 SILVER EAGLE Motor Scooter -
Fully equipped, 4 months old. Cost
$616. Will take $400. 2740 Tim, Wooa-
Idnd Lake, Brighton, anytime after
5 p.m. Z29
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FOR SALE - 1954 Mercury. Also girl's
bike. NO 8-7945. B39
8 FOOT SOFA. Lt. green. $100. Call NO
8-6528 after 6. B35
REVERSIBLE Winter Coat, excellent
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Size 12. Call 5-8526. B37
FOR SALE-One 3-carat diamond en-
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value $600-for $350. 662-6193. B38
FOR SALE--Microscope "Zeiss" mono-
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542-6431, Detroit. B9
PORTABLE STEREO, Motorola. Two
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cords. One 6" speaker. Excellent con-
dition. Reasonable price. Call NO 3-
9348 between 5 and 7 P.M. Ask for
John W. B27
WANT RIDE Tuesday and Thursday
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Phone NO 2-4786
1959 AUSTIN HEALY Roadster, wire
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1960 SIMCA, 4 door, Arronde deluxe,
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'54 FORD-Oxidied but ambitious. Call
'58 RAMBLER 4D, R & H. Spotless body.
$510. 5-8196 after 4:30, N25
1929 HUDSON Super 6, +d door sedan.
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FOR SALE-1955 Dodge 4-door sedan.
Runs well. $100. NO 2-6193. N22
1960 FIAT-In good condition, less than
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MERCSEDES 190 SL Sports car. Detach-
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MUST SELL 2 automobiles quickly.
'56 Plymouth - hydramatic, radio,
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'53 Pontiac - hydramatic, radio,
Both in good condition. Best offer
buys. 665-0080 after 6. N27
1957 FORD-Excel. mech. cond. Body
and tires very good. $450. NO 2-1291
after 5:30 p.m. N4
1962 BUICK LE SABRE-4-door hard-
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Afternoons and evenings. N21
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LOST-Woman's bifocal glasses, black
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Desperately needed. A29
KITCHEN HELP WANTED: Call Bob,
NO 3-9393. H2
SALESMAN-Part time or full time for
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HOUSE-Nine rooms on Geddes. Bath
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