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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 13, 1973

THE ICHIAN DILY hurdaySeptmber13,---2

Confusion plagues
credit exam plan
(Continued from Page 1) clarify this for all of us. I myself
fairs on how these issues are to be am unclear as to how they're go-
resolved. ing to handle this," he said.
"I wish the University would Zimmerman said he hopes to
have recommendations from mem-
) bers of his committee on these
Don't worry "housekeeping kinds of questions"
' by the end of the month.

frosh told

AP Photo
THOUSANDS OF ITALIAN leftists carry a portrait of late Chilean
President Salvador Allende through the streets of Rome yesterday
in a demonstration denouncing the country's military coup.
U.S. Knew of coup plot,

(Continued from Page 1)
A slightly higher return rate and
a smaller number of no-shows has
also contributed to the problem, he
said.
LOOKING TO the future, Feld-
kamp speculated that the time may
come when returning students may
no longer be granted dorm space.
"So far that hasn't happened, but
it may not be far off. Already
we've had to deny space to in-
coming transfer students for the
first time," he said.
Most of the homeless students
questioned. yesterday still wanted
some form of University housing if
it was available. Many were will-
ing to stay in their temporary
places if arrangements can be
worked out with the various build-
ing directors. Feldkamp empha-
sized, however, that the housing
office would put no pressure on
students to accept a third room-
mate or for building directors to
reassign rooms.
ROB & SHAR
But you havent been forgotten.

Marion tMarzolf, coordinator of
the department's program, ex-
plains the apparent haste in get-
ting the program to the students
before these decisions are finalized
as the department's "desire to get
the qualified students into feature
writing and advanced, interpretive
writing courses."
"WE WANTED to get this done
very early to be sure these stu-
dents can get into a section of Jour-
nalism 302 this term," she said.
Despite the confusion surround-
ing the test, Smith claims there is
no risk involved in taking it.
"ONE HUNDRED per cent no,
there's nothing but gain in this
program," he said. "What would
be the student's loss items?"
But when asked specifically how
the exam would affect students'
transcripts and grade-point aver-
ages, Smith admitted, "I just don't
know."

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Excelsior, speaking from the Mex-
ican embassy in Santiago, said
bloody battles were taking place
around a factory which the work-
ers had turned into a stronghold.
So far the military had been un-
able to subdue them.
AS DEMONSTRATIONS and pro-
test rallies against the military

coup took place .in Rome, Paris
and several other European cities
last night, the Soviet Union charg-
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murdered.
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protesting the overthrow of Allen-
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