Wednesday,, April '14, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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big year end party Friday nite, 7:00
til ? Fine wine, dancing, and what-
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220 N. Ingalls (next to St. Joseph
hosp.). Info, call 761-6515. 25F80
WATERBEDS, some people call them,
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YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE 'FREE-
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day, every hour, 9-1 p.m. Bring your
lunch, 2-6 p.m., 7-9 p.m. Presenting!
in variable scientific evidence of the
mind's true nature, your most valu-
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IT'S A WONDER anything this good is
IF YOU'RE a Jewish nainby-pambl, legal. The Four Rivers Company, 769-1
somewhat like Alexander Portnoy, 8235, dist. for Waterbed Company.
come hear Rabbi Meir Kahane to- Prices start at $30. cF99
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It could be he had a domineering 03F80
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a good flick at the Campus
Anyway, RABBI MEIR KAHANE, Pre- a
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of the Black Panther Party, will be 2_
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By HESTER PULLING
As groups of Residential Col-
lege students sat in East Quad's
lounges sharply criticizing the
presence of military recruiters
on campus this past fall, three
ROTC students - four flights
above them - practiced march-
ing and formation drills, using
umbrellas for guns.
Way up on the fourth floor of
Cooley House, set apart from the
rest of East Quad, lives a cor-
ridor of non-Residential College
students - overflow students
from the literary and engineer-
Although fourth-floor Cooley
students eat, study and sleep in
the dorm, they view their cor-
ridor as distinct from the rest
of the quad and take little part
in RC's social and academic
"RC students are friendly and
polite, and they aren't bad peo-
ple. But they're soft," says Bill,
an engineering student living in
"They're just like jellyfish,"
he continues, sounding perplexed
and a little contemptuous. "We
can do anything to RC kids and
they just won't react - they
never fight back." -
Most students on Cooley pur-
posely exclude themselves from
RC's social life and the students
there, questioning the "purpose"
* and "relevance" of the college's
Residential College, a division
of the literary college, stresses
social science and humanity pro-
grams, and, as well, offers many
art and drama courses to its
"They don't learn anything
useful at RC," says one Cooley
student. "What are they going
to do when they get out of their
protective college and into the
Cooley students feel they are
more practical than RC stu-
dents and better able to cope
with problems that arise in the
"We do sort of rule the quad,"
says Dave, an engineering stu-
dent in Cooley. "We've got pride,
and guts-we're the backbone of
Citing an instance last fall
when several thefts occurred in
East Quad, Dave adds, "Our
floor organized a vigilante group
to patrol the hall, and we stop-
ped people from ripping things
off. The RC students - they
didn't do anything."
Trying to explain the differ-
ences between themselves and
RC students, many fourth-floor
Cooley students feel that by
both living and going to classes
in the Residential College, RC
students lose contact with the
outside University community
and thus develop a different life
"We were all the same at the
beginning of the year," says
Dave. "We played games to-
gether and were friends. But
then we sort of lost touch and
they got socialized into a dif-
ferent type of community."
In the area of politics, how-
ever, Cooley students feel more
kindship with their RC neigh-
bors. "In political views we're
pretty much together," says
Dave. "Even ROTC students on
our floor are against the Viet-
Despite their criticisms , of
Residential College and its stu-
dents, few fourth-floor Cooley
residents express regret at ivy
ing in the quad.
"I think it is a good experi-
ence to live here;" says Bill. "It's
good to see how people different
from us live, and it makes me
feel more right in what I'm
G RADUATING STUDENTS SPEAK
1ff: A living-learning experiene
(Continued from page 1)
this opportunity to s h i r k their
work, faculty members say that1
very few of them abuse the sys-
Seniors realize that with no
over-all grade point average on
their transcript their chances for
acceptance at top graduate schools
may be hurt.
But most accept the fact that
with relative good cheer, explain-
ing that the RC's program is more
impo'tant t h a n the graduate
school to which they are accepted.t
*COMMUNITY LIFE. "With!
the dean's office on our way to eat-
ing, and our teachers walking
down our corridors, it wasn't hard
to know everyone from the very,
beginning," says one senior, at-
tempting to explain an RC phe-
nomena called "community."
Community, as the RC student
explains it, is water fights, talks
with the dean, an RC Players pro-
duction, bridge games which never
end, and the Half Way Inn which
serves cucumbers and sour creamc
among other delicacies.
* CURRICULUM. Witn the hope
of enhancing the intellectual com-
munity of the college by exposing
But the community spirit of the students to a common academic
RC, dependent heavily upon the program, the Residential College
total involvement of every RC stu- when it opened, required all of its
dent, has fallen in the last two students to take a basic "core"
years with the addition of the last curriculum.
two freshman classes, according The core program consisted of a
to residents. sequence of specially-designed lib-
'The freshman and -ophomores eral arts courses which would ful-
couldn't participate in building the fill all of the college's di tribution
college, which was the n'eat unify- Irequirements - including English
ing factor among our classes. We'll
just have to devise some new ways j -_ ............
says a junior! BULLETIN
Whether is has decreased or not,
community has co lside-rably af- DAILY OFFICIAL
fected the departing seniors.
I guess the maul thing I got out :
of this place was how to be hu- APRIL 14, 1971
man. In the larger University, youi
can hurt and ignore people and Day alendCar
then gorthome to your OwVI apart-
University Activities Center: live
ment. Here you live witn the peo- band,.Diag, noon.
ple you deal with daily-you have Anatomy Lecture: D. Huelke, "Chang-
to care about them," says a senior. ing Injury Patterns in Automobile Col-
lisions: Results from Nine Years of
I guess htswhy sField Accident Investigations," 4804 Med.
hard to say good-bye," he adds. Sl. II, 1:10 p.m.
composition, a foreign language,
social sciences and humanities.
However, the Residential College
disbanded the program last winter,
term following complaints from
students and teachers that the re-
quired nature of the programi did
not take into account the needs of,
At present, only the freshman I
seminar and the language program
remain, but efforts to do away
Chemical Engineering Lecture: R.
Bird, U. of Wisconsin, "Molecular
Structure of Polymers," 1043 ., Engin.,
Botany Seminar: T. Crovello, Notre
Dame, "Numerical Taxonomy: Its Prob-
lems and Potential," 1139 Nat. Set., '
Physics Colloquium: A. Glass, Wayne
State, "High Power Lasers for Thermo-
nuclear Power," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4
Statistics Seminar: D. Culver, U of
Kentucky, "Bayesilan Inference in the
Variance Components Model," 2443
Mason Hall, 4 p.m.
Speech Dept.: "The Golden Screw"
and "The Rook," Arena Theatre, Frieze
Bldg., 4:10 p.m. "
(Continued on Page 8)
with these requirements are cur-,
Reflecting on their core experv
ence, many upperclassmen now re-
gret its demise. They cite a feeling
of togetherness which the comnmow'
academic experience f o s t e r e d
amongst their class.
"There was something about go-
ing to a class together. Without the
core, the identity was lost. They
really should have kept some of
it," says a junior.
TOMORROW: THE RC FACULTY
speaking today, April 14, 8:00 p.m.. at
Angell Hall, Aud. D. Why don't you
come? He likes to argue with people.
WANTED - Graphoanalysts or know-
ledge of graphoanalysts. Call 761-4437
3 minute walk from
a couple of beers at the Bell
EDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
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see portfolio . - F60
Includes Jet Transportation
MAY.2 - MAY 8
includes jet transportation via Air
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GIANT SALE AT STUDENT BOOK SERICE
Will Continue Thru End, of Finals
Prices Reduced on ALL BOOKS,
Supplies and (!) Aquarius Waterbeds .-
thousands of Books 50% off or cheaper
TONS of books at 30c per pound!
Open Saturday 'til 5
Student Book Service 5 S. University
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THE ROGER MARTS BOOK SALE:
The American' Yachting Service
Publications with listings-on the East
Coast, West Coast, Gulf Area, and
the Great Lakes is soliciting for
summer crew applicants.
Positions are available for ex-
perienced as well as inexperlenced
male and female'-college students
and graduates. Experience in cook-
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Crewing affords one the oppor-
tunity to earn reasonable sums
while engaged in jpleasant :outdoor
To apply type a,.1 page res'ume
following as closely as possile the
form" shown below. In April your
resume will be edited, printed and
sent "to approximately 2000-2500
(depending on area) large ,craft
RESUME FORM - (1) name, ad-
dress ,(home and school),' phone
number; age; (2) relevant work or
recreational experience; (3) dates
-available and area(s); (4) 2 or
more students wishing to work to-
gether, state. name of other parties;
(5) other information.
Send your resume with $6 pro-
cessing fee to:
Suite 503, 8730Sunset''vd.
Los Angeles,, California 90069
Your resume- must be received no
later than April 17, 1971.
8 P.M., FRIDAY, APR. 16
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