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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December S, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, December 5, 197 I

'U' RECRUITMENT

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Artistic Beauty and
Acoustical Excellence

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By KAREN TINKLENBERG and cuirriculum changes, as well asi
Every fall and spring of t h e to answer students' questions. t
academic year, representatives Uit
from the admissions office extend Usually Erickson wi e
the already-extensive University a group of 10 to 12 students, who
Influence even further, visiting query him on a variety ofareas, in-l
high schools throughout the state. cluding dorm living and costs,r
Lance Erickson, assistant direc- transportation on campus, cur-
tor of admissions, emphasizes that rent trends in campus politics, and
the representatives' role in making their chances of being accepted
these trips is to disseminate in- inder the admission requirementso
formation to students and coun- Of the various programs.
selors without using "hard-sell" In some schools, the admis-s
recruitment techniques. Their sions representatives only m e e t
main task is to update counselors with counselors. The counselorst
on current admission requirements are presented with a record show-
State legislature studies r
party delegate selection
(Continued from Page 1) the situation for the Democrats. i
The vote split along party lines Republicans also cite monetary'
when legislatoros weighed the ef- costs and a potentially low votert
fects of the 18-year-old vote, the turnout as objections to the bill. S
cost of the election and possiblef "There was no proposal to place
repercussions to the state Demo- I Teewsn rpslt lc
cratic Party should the bill fail. any other matters on the ballot
Democratic National Coan-during this election," Rep. Ray
Smit (R-Ann Arbor) argues, "and
mittee orginally proposedele ation the people are asked to fund
more attuned to convention year this election strictly because of ac
moreiattuneito coe yearproblem created by the Democraticr
public opi ocrats also contend National Committee."
that unless a special election is{ Smit also charges] that the pos-t
held prior to next summer's na- sibility of a very small voter turn-
tional conventi6ns all people in out "would distort the selection of
the state who have turned 18 since convention delegates permitting
August 1970-an estimated 500,000 takeover of both political parties
voters--will be unrepresented in by a well organized militant min-
the delegation selection process. ority."
Should Democrats fail to alter Democrats counter that Repub-
the state law-and consequently licans are afraid that newly elect-
elect no new delegates-they might ed precinct delegates would be an-
be blocked from participation in ti-Nixon and would select anti-
the national convention. Nixon delegates to the national
Because of Michigan's role in convention. This, Democrats say,
preventing the seating of the would embarrass state Republicans
white Mississippi delegation at the at the convention.
1968 Democratic convention, ob- "I think the fear of the 18 to 20
servers say, many southern states year old vote is a significant factor
are hostile toward Michigan and for the Republicans," Rick Winer,
would not mind seeing it excluded an administrative assistant to
from the convention. State Sen. Jack Faxon (D-Det.);
Republicans, expectedly reluct- said.
ant to help the Democrats out of At a conference in Chicago this
an embarrassing predicament, con- weekend, 2,300 young voters are
tend that since state law did not examining ways in which they can
create the problem the Legislature pressure the national political par-
should not be forced to correct ties.
ATTENTION: Students Receiving
Degrees by August 1972
GRAD 11
Computerized Job Opportunity Matching System
is available for the second and final time this academic year.
This system can be helpful in searching out potential employers.
Come in and pick up the forms. Deadline for completed forms:
4:30 p.m., Wednesday, December 8.
STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE LAST
CYCLE OF GRAD 1I, PLEACE COME IN
AND PICK UP YOUR PRINTOUTS

ing which applicants from t h a t a year, some going directly into
high school were accepted I a s t jobs, while others attend vocation-
year and, of those accepted, t h e al schools. Others are disillusioned
number that declared their inten- with college after hearing the re-
tions to go to the University by ports of friends who are now col-
paying the enrollment deposit. The lege freshmen.
record also shows whether r e - Erickson believes an "anti-intel-i
jected students were unacceptable lectual" streak among parents of
by the standards of programs ap- lower-income levels discourage
plied for or were rejected because students from attending college'
of space reasons. A record of the because they believe graduate sal-
grade point averages of this year's aries are not high enough to make
sophomores who are graduates of the cost of education worthwhile.
that high school is also presented One counselor accused the liter-
to the counselors. ary school of requiring higher test
According to Erickson, the num- scores for female applicants.
ber of applications to the Uni- Erickson, however, insisted t h a t
versity has decreased as compar-, there has not been any sex bias
ed to this time last year, while the against women, and added that'
number of acceptances has i n- the medical school and the en-
creased. gineering college are especially in-
Some of the grade requirements terested in recruiting women ap-
have changed. The literary school plicants.
for example, now accepts students Erickson advises students to
in the upper 10 per cent of their visit the campus before making
class, as compared to the 3.5 grade any definite plans. "No one col-
point average used as part of last lege is best for everybody," i n-
year's criteria. A student with a cluding Michigan, he said.
3.2 grade point and a combined Though Erickson and other ad-
SAT score of 1100 is also accept- missions representatives do not
able, regardless of his or her class: use a hard-sell approach, the "line
standing, between informing and selling is
Some counselors and students mighty thin sometimes", as one
cite the current lack of job op- counselor put it.
portunities for graduates as a rea-
son for the decline in student in-
terest in college. More students are
choosing to stay out of school REMEMBER OUR
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NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR
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FOR
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CALL
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