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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

Wednesday, December 11, 1974

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Senators
confirm
Rockefeller
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Senate they would vot agansti
the nomination because they felt
the former New YorK governor
lacks good judgment and is not
sensitive to the great influence
represented by his family's
wealth.
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Student Counseling Office
slashes through red tape

By SUSAN ADES
Students flock to the Student Counseling
Office (SCO) for advice on how to cut the
University red tape.
The student-staffed service in 1018 Angell
Hall takes off where the general LSA coun-
seling office grinds to a halt in the academic
advice-giving grid.
As one student seeking advice about an
incomplete, explained, "The attitude at SCO
is how-can-you-buck-the-system."
SCO, crammed with information but often
neglected by students who are unaware of
its existence, soars in popularity during the
drop-add period and at the end of the term
when students are fighting to drop tough
courses.
"We have a unique perspective on the
University," says Peter Honeyman, one of
SCO's four program coordinators. "The LSA
Counseling Office doesn't have the time or
the inclination we have."
SCO boasts a large file with names of vol-
unteers in every major who can offer first-
hand information about their areas of con-
centration. Its ten to 15 staffers schedule reg-
ular office hours to accommodate walk-in stu-
dents.
SCO ALSO works to keep the Course Mart
program they sponsor alive and growing.
Next semester the Course Mart Committee

expects to sponsor 30 student-taught credit
and non-credit classes.
Administrators underscore the advantages
of SCO, and LSA counselors often refer stu-
dents to the office.
According to Chuck Judge, associate direc-
tor of the LSA academic counseling office,
"Most of us feel very good about SCO and
Course Mart."
HE DESCRIBES SCO as an "institution-
alized grapevine" whose main purpose is to
"find best how .to make exceptions to regula-
tions."
Judge characterizes SCO's advice as
"qualitative," and distinguished it from the
LSA counseling office's
However, he expresses concern over what
he called "the dwindling of SCO's pioneer
spirit."
He explains, "Since so many of their staff
have not worked in the office for a number
of years there aren't as many who are as
fullly aware as they might be of all the edu-
cational alternatives open to students."
However, Judge predicted that SCO will
again pick up speed and move into a more
enthusiastic and effective period.
With telephone services like Checkpoint
burgeoning in popularity, coordinator Herb
Trix cites another of SCO's advantages,
"Real people rather than machines answer
your phone calls."

Burmese soldiers retrieve
Thant's body from students

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By Reuter
RANGOON, - About 1,000
troops and police armed with
tear gas raided Rangoon Uni-
versity campus early today and.
took the body of former United
Nations Secretary General U
Thant from a student - built
mausoleum to a tomb construct-
ed by his relatives in the city
center.
An estimated! 5,000 students
and Buddhist monks"were
around the campus tomb when
the police, firing tear gas shells,
moved in at about 2 a.m. local
time. But they offered no re-
sistance.
THE RAID followed a call on
Monday by Burma's director

general for higher education,
San Than Aung, for removal of
Thant's body from the campus
and for action to be taken
against the students who had
government building materials
to construct their mausoleum.
U Thant died of cancer in New
York on November 25 at the age!
of 65.
The students seized his body
Thursday shortly before it was
to be buried at a public cere-
mony and took it to the campus
where they built a mausoleum
with building material intended
for a new university building.
They buried him there Sunday.
THE STUDENTS said they
wanted a more fitting funeral
and a special tomb in his honor.
The relatives meanwhile hadI
built their own mausoleum, with
the help of the government,

near the Shwedagon Pagoda,
the country's most sacred Budd-
hist shrine.
The troops and policedetained
a large number of students and
monks and took them away in
a fleet of trucks.
NO SHOTS were believed to
have been fired.
3The monks and students had
been ordered to leave the uni-
versity, which along with all
other educational institutions in
Burma has been closed since
the body was seized, by midday
local time yesterday.
But they continued to guard
the mausoleum near the former
students union building which
was demolished during -student
riots in 1962, although their
numbers dwindled to about 5,000
as midnight approached.

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