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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 5, 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Friday, October 5, 1973

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high school and college entrance,"
he maintained.
Elizabeth Fox, a parent of a
Community High student, goes so
far as to assert that the school's
credits enhance her daughter's
abilities to get into college. Gradu-
ation from Community, she says,
"will be an added feature on an
application because it would dem-
onstrate initiative and resource-
fulness."
UNIVERSITY Asst. Director of
Admission Lance Erickson says
that, at present, admissions of-
ficials do not automatically take a
dim "fish eye" view of Commun-
ity credits.
He points out that Community
offers a more or less standard aca-
demic program in addition to their
more experimental offerings.
"Its the same as withany other
school;" he says, "if a student has
taken the standard courses requir-
ed by the University he will be ad-
missible."
FOX, meanwhile, blames Com-
munity's credibility gap on "the
news media's emphasis on nega-
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tive aspects (of the school) and was just a small program with five completed administration plan, the most of Community High's teach-
the large number of negative ru- teachers in January, 1972, it was administration should have imple- ers, students and parents are now
mors coming from staff and coun- opened the next fall, and was "sold mented a program devised by the cautiously optimistic.
selors at other high schools." to students as the answer to every students themselves, Schreiber "COMMUNITY'S problems were
Allan Schreiber, coordinator of need," Schreiber says. contends. the same as any program (has in
Earthworks - another local alter- He argues that this was a "back- Despite the school's many prob- its) first year," Zweifer says. "To
native school - also says counse- wards" approach. Instead of find- lems and initial fears that school fall short of standards doesn't
lors spread misinformation, al- ing students to participate in a administrators had given it up, mean failing."
though he maintains there is "no
conscious plot" to sabotage Com-
munity High.
ButeveghCommunity High' s de-I House, Senate confer ees OK
fenders admit the school's prob-
lems go beyond bad publicity and
misinformation.
RUTH ZWIEFER, another Com- Presidential war powers curb
munity parent, says the school is
"committed to serve students in,
ways it can't meet." Specifically, (Continued from Page 1) House conferees. Dissenting were jacket" in dealing with emergen-
she cites the problems of coordi- voted 71-18 for a 30-day limit. Reps. P e t e.r Frelinghuysen (R- cies that cannot be foreseen.
nating the "community resource" N.J) and William, Mailliard (R-
programs for some 340 students. THE COMPROMISE was accept- Calif). haveaer t o 1 d newsmen:r"We
C h a r 1 e n e Eisenlohr, a tenth ed by all seven of the Senate con- Freylinghuysen said it "attempts hv ten care not to encroach
Cr 1counselorat gHuron High ferees and by seven of the nine to put the President in a strait- on the constitutional powers of the
g a e c u s l r a H u o H i ___________________________________________________P resident.''
School, says although "the basic _________________________________
i d e a (behind Community) is THE BILL declares that the con-
sound," a few students have be- stitutional power of the President
come "disenchanted with the run- Th . to introduce U.S. armed forces into
around. They can't get classes yhostilities, or situations where hos-
when they want them." tilities are imminent, "are exer-
Blame for this situation is laid ,scsdol usat'o
to former Superntendent McPher-C IRC U LA T IO N1DEPT . ) A declaration of war, 2) Spe-
I Person puied stohethe school cific statutory authorization; or, 3)
Pheron pshedto ave he shoo A national emergency created by
opened before it wassfully ready. Come in any afternoon attack upon the United States, its
SCHREIBER says McPherson Iatc pnteUie tts t
"invented a community resource 420 Maynar territories or possessions, or its
school to answer student needs as armed forces."
he perceived them." Although it _ As explained by Javits, the bill
~- ~ ~_~ would not specifically limit the
President to those three situations
in committing U.S. forces to com-
bat, but the time limitation and
the provision for congressional

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