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List Rights Bill Revisions

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ARAB CLUB

WASHINGTON (R) - Here's
how the civil rights bill ap-.
proved Tuesday by the House
Judiciary Committee compares
in its major provisions with the
administration's original bill
and one drafted by a subcom-
mittee.
Public Accommodations
The administration bill out-
lawed racial discrimination in
a long and specific list of places
serving the public, basing au-
thority for the federal govern-
ment to intervene on its power
to regulate interstate com-
merce.
The subcommittee included
the same language but extended
the ban to all establishments
"authorized, licensed or regu-
lated" by state or local author-
ities, which could include nearly
all enterprises. Small, owner-
occupied rooming houses were
exempted.
The compromise bill went
back to the administration's
specific coverage, included the
exemption for small rooming
houses and added one for retail
stores without eating facilities.
Fair Employment Practices
The administration bill lim-
ited its ban on discrimination
in employment to federal em-
ployment- and government con-
tractors and subcontractors. It
merely extended existing regu-
lations in this field. f
The subcommittee called for-
creation of a Fair Employment

Practices Commission that
could outlaw discrimination in
private industry - establish-
ments employing 25 or more
and engaged in interstate com-
merce. The commission could
issue its own cease-and-desist
orders.
The compromise bill kept the
FEPC provision but provided
that the commission would
have to go into federal district
court to get a cease-and-desist
order issued.
Federally Assisted Programs
The administration bill would
permit the government-if it so
desired-to cutl off funds for
programs aided by federal
loans, grants, contracts, insur-
ance or guaranty, if racial dis-
crimination occurs.
The subcommittee bill added
a provision giving the state af-
fected by such a fund cut-off
the right of judicial review of
such an order.
The compromise bill followed
the language of the subcom-
mittee bill, but limited it to
loan, grant or contract pro-
grams-eliminating those which
the government merely insures
or guarantees.
Attorney General's Powers
The administration bill had
no specific section dealing with
such/powers but provided in
other sections that the attorney
general could bring suits to pre-
vent discrimination in voting,

education and places of public
accommodation.
The subcommittee wrote a
new section giving the attorney
general broad powers to bring
suit on behalf of any individual
deprived of his right to equal
protection under the law. This
was the section most criticized
when the administration op-
posed the subcommittee bill.
The compromise bill provides
that the attorney general can
intervene in a civil rights case
after it has been filed by an
individual.
Voting
The administration bill called
for written literacy tests, equal
voting standards for whites and
Negroes, the presumption that
a person with a sixth grade
education can pass a literacy
test, and the appointment of
temporary referees to register
voters who claim they have
been denied a chance to regis-
ter because of race. It applied
only to federal elections.
The subcommittee kept the
same major prdvisions but ex-
tended them to all elections,
not just federal ones.
The compromise bill is lim-
ited to federal elections, drops
the voting referee provision and
adds one permitting; the attor-
ney general to request that a
three-judge panel hear voting
rights cases, the panel to be
composed of district and circuit
court judges.

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des; Adams, Open Open (8-1), West
- Quad; Adains, Private Rec. Room Party
(9-2), West Quad; Alpha Delta .Phi,
Band Party, 556 S. State; Alpha Omi-
cron Pl, Post Game Open House, 800
Oxford; Alpha Sigma Phi, House Party
& Open House, 920 Baldwin; Alpha Tau
Omega, Party, 1415 Cambridge; Alpha
Xi, Football Open House, 914 Hill; An-
derson, Open Open (8-12), East Zuad;
Anderson, OOHI (Open House, 4-5:30),
East Quad.
Beta Theta Pi, Open Open Band Par-
ty, 604 S. State; Cheever House, Open
Open, Oxford; Chi Phi, Party, 1530
Washtenaw; Chi Psi, Band Party, 620 S.
State; Chicago, Open Open, West Quad;
Cooley, Open Open, East Quad; Delta
Chi, Homecoming Party, 1705 Hill; Delta
Gamma,- Open Open, 1800 Washtenaw;
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Parents' Weekend,
1912 Geddes; Delta Sigma Phi, House
Party, 2009 Washtenaw; Delta Upsilon,
Band Party, 1331 Hill; Elliott, Open
Open, Markley; Emanual House, Open
Open, Oxford; Evans Scholars, Home-
coming Party, 1004 Olivia.
Gomberg, Open Open & Dance, South
Quad; Greene House, Open Open (4-
5:30 , East Quad; Greene, Open Open
(8-12), East Quad; Hayden, Open Open
(4-5:45), East Quad; Hayden, Open
Open (10-12), 'East' Quad; Hinsdale
House, Open Open, East Quad; Lambda
Chi Alpha, Party, 1601 Washtenaw;
Markley, Open House; Michigan,Open
Open, West Quad; Helen 14ewberry,
Open Open; Phi Alpha Kappa, Home-
coming Dance, 1010 E; Ann; Phi Delta
.Theta, Dance, 1437 Washtenaw; Phi
Epsilon Pi, Party, 1805 Washtenaw; Phi
Gamma Delta, Party, 707 Oxford.
Phi Kappa Psi, Sat. night party, 1550'
Washtenaw; Phi Kappa Tau, Dance, 1910'
Hill; Phi Mu, Buffet Supper (6-7), 1431
Washtenaw; Phi Sigma Delta, Band Par-
ty, 1908 Hermitage; Pi Lambda Phi,
Homecoming, 715 Hill; Psi Upsilon,'
Dance, 1000 Hill; Reeves, Open Open &'
Dance, Markley; Sigma Alpha Epsilon,a
Party, 1408 Washtenaw; Sigma Alpha'
Mu, House Party, 800 Lincoln; Sigma'
Phi Epsilon, Band Party, 733 S. State;
Stockwell, Open House; Strauss, Open
Open, East Quad; Tau Delta Phi, Ball-
room Party, 2015 Washtenaw; Taylor
Huber, Dance, South Quad; Theta Chi,
After Party, 1351 Washtenaw.
Theta Delta Chi, Dance, 700 S. State;
Theta Xi, Homecoming Dance, 1345
Washtenaw; Triangle, Open House, 1606
Cambridge; Trigon, Homecoming, 1617
Washtenaw; Tyler-Prescott, Open Open,
East Quad; Wenley, Rec. Room Party
(10-2), West Quad; Wenley, Open Open
(10-11:30), West Quad; Winchell, After
Game Open Open, West Quad; X House,
Open Open (4-5:15), Markley; X House,
Open Open (11-2), Markley; Zeta Betac
Tau, Open Open (8-2), 2005 Hubbard;E
Zeta Psi, Homecoming Party, 1443 Wash-
tenaw.
NOV. 3-
Alice Lloyd Hall, Open Open; Stock-
well, Open Open; Tyler- Prescott, OpenX
Open, East Quad.1

LATE :
NOV. 1-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Party, 1408
Washtenaw.
NOV. 2-
Alpha Kappa Lambda, Homecoming
Party & Dinner, 927 S. Forest; Delta
Tau Delta, Party, 1928 Geddes.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Detroit Country Day School, Birming-
ham, Mich.-Internship.- Scholarship
Program. A 2 yr. grant worth $8,000 is
open to young men graduating in Lib-
eral Arts areas in May. Each man en-
ters an intern teaching program & is
provided funds & time to obtain an MA
degree of his choice.
Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, Conn.-
Wesleyan offers 2 programs of study
for men & women planning to teach in
secondary. schools: 1) A 1-yr. prog.
leading to the degree of MA in Teach-
ing; 2) A 2-yr. prog. leading to the
MAT degree & a Diploma of Further
Study. Candidates take course work in
the liberal disciplines they later plan
to teach, seminars in the, philo. of
educ. & educ. psych., & adequate teach-
ing practice in secondary sch. class-
rooms.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of
Appointments-Seniors & grad students,
please call Ext. 3544 for appointments
with the following:
MON. & TUES., NOV. 4 & 5-
International Business Machines, New
York, N.Y.-Men & women. Seeking
grads with majors in Econ., Astro., Lib-
eral Arts, Math, Physics & Chem. Po-
sitions in: Elec. Computing, Production,
Sales (territory), Systems Engnrs., Com-
puter Programmer, Design, Res. & Dev.
Also new positions in: Accounting Ma-
chine Sales and Systems Service. Sys-
tems Reps. assist salesmen in making
applications studies & accomplishing
the installation of these applications
on our machines. Oppor. in Systems
Service for both men & women.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Cercle Francais, Film: "Les Enfants
Terribles," Nov. 5, 8 p.m., UGLI, Mul-
tipurpose Room.
* * *
Congr. Disc. E & R Stud. Guild, Dis-
cussion: "Psychological Aspects of Mon-
asticism," Brother David, Nov. 1, 12
Noon, 802 Monroe.
Graduate Outing Club, Hike & Sup-
per, Nov. 3, 2 p.m., Rackham Bldg.,
Huron St. Entrance.

ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS--Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule posted at 128-H
W. Engrg. for appointments with the
following:
NOV. 4-
Analytic Services, Inc., Bailey's Cross-
roads, Va. (Washington, D.C. Met. area)
--MS-PhD: AE & Astro., ChE, EE, ME,
Nuclear, Physics & Math. R. & D.
The Budd Co., Automotive Div., Det.
Plant-BS-MS: EE, IE, ME & Met. Dec.
grads. Upper V3 of class scholastically &
under 27 yrs. of age. Prod.-18 mo.
mgmt. Trng Prog. leading to Super-
visory Position in Prod.
General Dynamics Corp., General
atomic Div., San Diego, Calif.-MS-PhD:
EE, E", Mat'is., ME, Met., uclear,
Chem.-(Analyt. & Phys.), Ph ics &
Math. Prof.: Applied Mech's., ChE. MS:
Construction, PhD: ChE. R. & D., Des.
& Prod.
General Dynamics Corp., Liquid Car-
bonic Div., R. & D., Chicago, I1.-All
Degrees: ChE & Chem.-(Analyt., Inorg.
& Org.). BS: ME. R. & D., Des., Prod.
& Sales.
NOV. 4-5--
IBM Corp., Plants, Labs. & Branch
Offices throughout the U.S.-AII De-
grees: AE & Astro., ChE, IE, ME, Met.,
Meteor. MS-PhD: Instrumentation &
Nuclear. BS: 7 Math, E Physics & Sei.
Engrg. MS: Commun. St. BS-MS: BE.
R. & D., Des., Sales, Computer Prog.
& Sys. Engrg.

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