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Ludents 'Register' Glum Expressions

Facultymen To Report
On Business Leaders

Don' t Forget!

Two members of the faculty of
the business school will report to
a meeting of college deans and bus-
iness leaders on a business leader-
ship study made here.
Associate Dean Dick A. Leabo
and Prof. Alfred W. Swinyard, di-
rector of the Bureau of Business
Research, will participate in a con-
ference called by the Committee
for Economic Development (CED).
This will be held Sept. 4-7 at the
Aspen Institute for Humanistic
Studies in Aspen, Colo.
Bond Attends
Dean Floyd A. Bond, who is a
consultant to CED, will also be
taking part in the conference. At-
tending will be a number of cor-
porate executives, who compose
CED's Business Education Com-
mittee, and the deans of 18 leading
business schools who have been
invited to attend this four-day
Under the direction of Dean
Bond, Dean Leabo and Prof. Swin-
yard, a study was made of what'
business executives themselves
think are the prime requisites of

Faculty members conducted in-
terviews last summer with the
chief executive officers of 66 ma-
jor companies and corporations.
Not only were these executives
asked what qualities were neces-
sary for business leadership, they
were also asked about the role
they believed schools of business
would play in the development of
tomorrow's business leaders.
First Time
Results of these interviews will
be disclosed for the first time at
the Aspen meeting.
The Committee for Economic
Development is a private organiza-
tion of business leaders. Its aim
is to provide a wider understand-
ing of how the United States econ-
omy works. CED is considering is-
suing a policy statement on col-
legiate training for business ca-


The Michigan Unio

7:30 P.M.
Third Floor Conference Room-Union

Panhellenic Association Presents

-Daily-Kamalakar Rao
WATERMAN 'SIT-IN'-The lines in and outside Waterman Gymnasium tend to become rather lengthy at times-usually just when you
are trying to register. Students repose -outside on the ledges Wednesday in deference to standing behind a swarm of folders and fellow


Delta Opens Junior Program h1

in Hill Auditorium

third and fourth year college+
courses for students in the tri-1
county area right away.I
It is not a move to preclude ac-
tion by Gov. George Romney's
Blue Ribbon Citizens Committee1
on Higher Education, which is
presently studying the need fsor a
four-year college in the Bay City-+
Midland-Saginaw area, he indicat-
The committee has been asked
to make recommendations before;
the Legislature considers. taking,
action on this matter.
Merger Not Out
The possibility of Delta's af-
filiation with the University, as
was proposed earlier this year, is
still alive, if the committee were
to recommend such action, Carl-
yon said. He added that Delta is,
ready to follow the advice of the
In the meantime Delta officials
are awaiting a Sept. 18 meeting
with ithe state board to discuss
further the idea of a privately-
chartered senior college.
The board has set a public meet-
ing at the college, which will be
followed the next day by a dis-
cussion of the matter at the board's
regular meeting in Lansing. The
board will meet with the Michigan
Coordinating Council on Public
Higher Education to whom the
Delta issue has recently been re-
ferred for consideration at its
Sept. 10 meeting.
Refuse Approval
The board refused last week to
grant immediate approval of the
charter plan despite a strong push
given by Lynn M. Bartlett, super-
intendent of public instruction..
A group of private investors, in-

eluding a number of Delta trus-
tees, is seeking a 30-year charter
to operate junior and senior years
on a private basis. Efforts for the
private charter followed earlier at-
tempts to establish a public four-
year program at Delta, either un-
der affiliation with the University
or a separate "piggy-back" plan.
Under the proposal the Delta
senior college would operate on
grants and tuitions as a private in-
stitution and would use publicly
owned community college facilities,
faculty and administration.
Gets Legal Approval
The plan, which would also al-
low members of the senior college
board of trustees to continue to
serve as community college direc-
tors, was upheld as legal in an
opinion given recently by Atty.
Gen. Frank J. Kelley.
The only restriction stipulated
by the opinion was that the build-
ing lease should be short term.
The restriction would not ham-
per plans for the private institu-
tion since the investors, a group
of about 10 businessmen from the
area, have announced plans to
build facilities of their own ad-
joining the, community college.
The move failed when three of
the four board members rejected
the plan. They complained of the
speed with which the measure was
thrust-upon them and asked for
time to consider the move further.
Some $250,000 has been pledged
by the investors toward the crea-
tion of the privately-operated
school and they figure on a com-
parable amount from school tui-

Sy e 14

.. 8:30 P.M.

Block tickets on sale Tuesday, Sept. 3
General tickets on sale Friday, Sept. 9
Hill Auditorium box office open
f rom 9:00 to 4:00
No mail orders, please
Ticket prices start at $1.25

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-Daily-Todd Pierce
STREET TWIST-Students flock to the street dance sponsored
by the South University Street merchants held Tuesday night.
51 1 N. Seventh NO 2-9358

stages yet, Burroughs noted. _______________'I-



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new bookstore in Ann Arbor where stu-
dents can save in the vicinity of ten per
cent on all book purchases. Patronage
refunds based on a percentage of total
purchases, are issued quarterly. In addi-
tion there is no membership fee for Uni-
versity of Michigan students.

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For your conven-

ience, we wi ll remain open this weekend
and next week until 9 P.M. We will open
at 9 A.M. except tomorrow, Sunday and
Monday when we will open at 10:30.

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