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SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DA I i.V

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COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Koch Gets Student Support

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

POLITICAL HOPEFULS - The Young Republican Club has
thrown its support to Vice-President Richard M. Nixon, while
the Young Democrats Club has announced that they are backing
Gov. G. Mennen Williams, (right) for the Presidency.
Camputs Political Clubs
Announce '60 Choices

CHAMPAIGN - The Student
Senate at the University of Illinois
has indirectly supported ousted
Professor Leo F. Koch by passing
a resolution which declared the
group in sympathy with "any sin-
cere intention to help solve mod-
ern social problems."
The bill also urged that (1) all
channels of appeal be granted to
Koch, (2) the president of the
university "make available all the
information" leading to Koch's
ouster and, (3) a temporary Stu-
dent Senate committee be set up
to look further into the situation.
Pleased at Backing
Prof. Koch said that he was
"thrilled" at the backing he has
received. He commented that the
students "have been great" and
the experience "pretty gratify-
ing."
He said that coupled with out-
side pressure these student dem-
onstrations might affect the
chances of his being re-hired and
that those to whom he is appeal-
ing "will have to consider it."
The Senate bill emphasized that
while the group is "not necessarily
in sympathy with the views" set
forth by the former professor and
while Koch "clearly violated" es-
tablished American Association of
University Professors principles
about the public expression of
personal beliefs, the Senate still
felt compelled to sympathize with
any person's concern about mod-
ern social problems.
* . *
AMHERST - There has been,
strong and diverse reaction to the
"march on Washington" plan on
the Amherst campus. General
faculty sentiment is that the con-;
cern for segregation is great but
that picketing may not be the bestI

expression of this concern. Student
feeling is more varied.
Some students have objected to
the Student Council action sup-
porting the march financially and
in other ways without an appeal
to the student body. A petition has
been circulated for a referendum
vote to record the sentiments of
the entire college on two ques-
tions.
The first is a student vote on
the support given by student
Council, and the second is a vote
to instruct the Student Council
to report the college sentiment
about the Negro efforts in the
South,
One faculty member commented,
r"I think that as a matter of prin-
ciple it's a fairly sound thing. As
a demonstration of opinion it's
useless. When we have a national
issue it's a good idea for people
to stand up and go on record for
what they believe. Its practical
effect will not amount to any-
thing."
Another faculty member said,
"I think it is in many ways the
first indication of Amherst being
aware of anything beyond the
Amherst campus.
The most common campus sen-
timent was that the march would
inspire the Southern Negroes and
show them the strength of white
support for their movement.

PHILADELPHIA-Five colleges
have collected almost $1,500 in the
last five days to aid the students
of Alabama State College in Mont-
gomery, and an additional $200
was raised at a rally held at the
Yale Challenge this weekend, ac-
cording to the National Student
Association.
The five schools - Oberlin,
Swarthmore and the Universities
of Chicago, Colorado and Wiscon-
sin -- collected the funds to be
used for food for the nearly 1.000
students who went on strike last
week protesting the arrest of their
fellow schoolmates participating in
non-violent sit-ins.
When they refused to register,
the administration refused to open
the dining room, thus leaving the
students with worthless meal tick-
ets and no place to eat.
Learning of the need of funds
for food, the five schools raisedI
money on their campuses to help3
feed the Alabama students. Almost
$1,000 was sent to Montgomery
before the strike was called off
this weekend.
The remainder of the money
will be put into a fund to be used
for the legal expenses incurred by
the students who have been ar-
rested.
. * *

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By SANDRA JOHNSON
"The Young Democrats are now
officially supporting Gov. G. Men-
nen Williams for the presidential
nomination," Mary Ryan, Presi-
dent, reports.
"Until the party has nominated
its candidate, the YD's cannot
take a stand on any of the other
contenders or campaign for any
specific individual. She observed,
and then added, "of course, this
does not prevent the people in
the club from having very defi-
nite personal opinions.
Assist Canvassing
"After the convention we plan
to assist the local Democratic or-
ganization with their canvassing
and mailing," Miss Ryan said.
The campus Republicans, uni-
fled in their support of a single
candidate, are now organizing a
"Youth for Nixon" group.
"This organization is part of a
nation-wide movement," Presi-'
dent Larry Sampson points out,
"We hope to work with clubs on'
the other Michigan campuses too."
Nixon Campaigners
"Youth for Nixon" will be cam-
paigning and canvassing with Ann
Arbor Nixon supporters. "It's too
late for us to have a float in
Michigras," Sampson said regret-
fully, "but we are going to at-
tempt to have one at other student
events throughout the state."
"Next Tuesday evening the
"Youth for Nixon" group is hold-
ing a planned meeting at which a
more definite program will be set
up.,'
Late in May the Young Repub-
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licans and Young Democrats in-
tend to co-sponsor a campus pri-
mary. Nixon, Kennedy, and Hum-
phrey will have their names on the
ballot. There will also be a space
for a write-in candidate.
The YR's, YD's and the Politi-
cal Issues Club, cooperating with
the Special Events committee of
the Union, are planning to bring
national speakers to the campus-
perhaps the vice-presidential can-
didates.
A Hare for Governor club is
presently being organized also.
Paul Heil, the leader of this
group, said "the activities of the
group would probably be incor-
porated with the program of the
YD's if Secretary Hare should
receive the nomination."

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COLUXABUS - The Faculty era with "the Great Age of his- cilities including dishes, cooking uten-
coeyof the 1t century." sils and dish washer. On campus. Call
Council of Ohio State University covery 15th 35135 evenings. C5
has received a motion to abolish "Both have their pioneers, in-
compulsory ROTC at the univer- epid adventurers, willing to un- SUMMER. Furnished, 3 bdrm. house, 2
derg th riss ad toendre te 'blocks from campus, fully equipped
sity from the Council on Instruc- dergo the risks and to endure the kitchen, wash. mach., garage. NO 8-
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THETA DELT ACTIVES: We, your hum-
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you, our concrete unity - RIGHT!
With pigs and chickens, we wish you
a very Happy Easter. F44
THE BIG weekend 'is coming - watch-
fort..
To
Our
Youth F42
SPIFFY is gung-ho Michigras-he ha
his name on the label of the re
P43
LOSE SOMETHING CEC? Look out,
your window: it may still be flying.
P39
WHY HOW CUM DEPARTMENT: Why
at Michigan does Spring automatically
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F41
To the Tau Delts,
We have your goose, please retreive
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IT RAINED yesterday so Spiffy had to
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from a strenuous week of school.
F35
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Emp loym ent rooms in a variety of situation."
The following part-time jobs are _ _ __ __ _
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non- Or a i i
Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020 Organizagu gt
following hours: Monday through Fri-
Eploer es oo hrngsudent.,
for part-time work should contact ___________________
Bill Wenrich, Student Interviewer at
NOrmandy 3-1511, extension 2939. April 16, 1960
Students desiring miscellaneous odd Congregational Disciples E & BR Stud
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MALE Church: Seminar: Symbolization, Rev,
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1 Costwaccountant, experienced (5 days April 17.
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lege in the country," Union Presi- 410 OBSERVATORY near Stockwell,
dent Perry Morton, '61, said re- new 2 bedroom apartments. Immedi-
cently. ate. $135 per month. Call NO 2-7787
Commenting on the outcome of or evenings NO 3-2763. C85
the recent Big Ten Union Con- '839 TAPPAN near Bus. Ed. School. 2
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4 people. Call days NO 2-7787 or eve-
nion has more to offer the stu- nings NO 2-4165. C84
dents and has a generally well-
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Held at Indiana furnished. NO 3-5947. C20
The confernece, held annually CAMPUS ROOMS for men, reasonable.
to discuss the common problems Linens furnished. NO 3-4747. C17
of Big Ten Unions, took place at ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS-Modern'
the University of Indiana last apartment, 514 S. Forest. Also room.
weekend. NO 2-1443. C25
Morton said the conference was LARGE ROOM, single $8 per week. HKU
successful, but that it was disap- 2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road. C35
pointing that the writer from the GIRL WANTED to share spacious apart-
Saturday Evening Post, who ment close to camkus next semester.
severely criticized Unions in gen- Call NO 5-7616 after 5 p.m. C67 I
eral last year, was unable to at- DO YOU HAVE boarders moving out--
tend. Rooms for rent? Apartments for rent?
Morton, who was accompanied Do you want a cheap, convenient,
widely read source to publish this in -
to Bloomington by John Ross, formation??????????? then -- try the
'60, and Michael Turoff, '60, Union MIChIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED
vice-presidents, said he was per- NO 2-4786
sonally satisfied that the Union is _ -C42
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League Also Present 29c; shorts 69c military supplies.
The three Union representatives Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. Wl
were, accompanied by observersL
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League on campus. ge4l Hall. Phone NO 3-7541, ext. 433.
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The University was selected toA38
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for next year's meeting, to be held where between Mary Markley and Hill
'.osSt. No reward but much thanks. Call
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Z15,
ZUNDAPP SCOOTER-'58 Vella. Sacri-
fice for quick sale. $225. NO 2-5377.
Z30
CUSHMAN SCOOTER or Harley David-
son cycle. Excellent condition. Call
NO 3-8111 Z1
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3 Typists (20 bra. per week).
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of May, then 20 hrs, a week).
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La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, April
18, 3-5 p.m., 3050 FB. Cafe y conversa-
cdon,
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Lutheran Stud. Center & Chapel,
Easter Services:, April 17, 6:30 a.m., 9
a.m., 11 a.m., Hill at St. Forest Ave.
Mich. Christian Flwshp., April 17, 4
p.m., Lane Hall. Speaker; Rev. S. Mor-
gan, Grace Bible Church, A.A., "He Is
Risen As He Said."
Ukrainian Students Club, Meeting,

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