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Tuesday, December 11, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DA Il Y

Page Seven

Tuesday, December 11, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Council
debates
chiases
(Continued from Page 1)
Sneed pursuits limited to situations
were either "thy officer has nrob-
wle calise to believ'e the su.snect
hs committed a felo'iv" nr sit -
Ations involving the threat of im--
*edi-te serimis nprs,)r R inj"r- or
immeiateirreparable damage *.o
pivate or public property.
rURRFNTLY, POLICE policy
allws officers to rise their discre-
tiin such situations.
Police Chief Walter Kra:nk, le'st
night defended the old ;policyv and
maintained, "If yo i1estric: +the
police, youi're only zrcating a big-
ger problem. You%~-e giving the
speeder a free license to break the
law."
Krasny further contended that
the public reaction against the
chases was a result of "absolilvl
fantastic" depictions of ,!ucA chases
in the movies and on TV.
THOUGH HE intended to Jinro-
duce the m e a s u r e last night,
Thomas decided to deay aotion
while he changed it from a resolu-
tion to an ordinance.
An ordinance carries xvith it spe-
cific penalty provisions. A re ,,lu-
tion, on the other hand, is merely
a formal policy statement of the
position of the Council.
Thomas urged police *o "rv to
strike a balance betxveen the need
for swift administration of jist~ce
and the exposure of the public to
the harm inherent in .3u h re-
sponses."
Missouri is known as the Cave
State because it supposedly has
more commercially developed
natural caves than any other
state.

Applicants to LSA
declinitng in quality

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 1)
l-,nie Erickson, associate direc-
tor of undergraduate admissions,
partially attributes the change to
"a lack of interest in a bachelor
degree program."~
"There's also a disillusionment
with the job market, more interest
in technical schools, and junior
colleges," says Erickson. "The
end of the draft has had its effect,
and so has the decrease in high
school graduates."
MARION JACKSON, the assist-
ant dean of LSA and director of
academic counseling, explains it as
a matter of choice. "It's not such
an automatic step to go to college
after high school nowadays. Kids
are taking time off to find a direc-t
tion. And there isn't so much so-
cial pressure to get an education."
Not everyone, however, accepts

t'1C n-tioni that the acndemic qual-
ifi-c'ations of students is on the de.
kin le. isv:hology Prof. John At-
kilsonisone suich skeptic.
"Highly motivated peonnle do not
nec;essnrily do better on teuts,"'
says Atkinson. "Some 1peoi)1'- c.n
take tests better than -,thers. We
must change the age n'id simplis-
tic way of interpreting *nese
Stor-s.'"
THOUGH THEY feel that the
University can hold its own in the
competition for students, LSD, of-
ficials are contemplating :etain
changes in their approach to the
admissions questions-')articii arly
in regards to curriculum.
"We have to look at careers Stu-
dents anticipate and develop skills
.eeded for those careers here,"
Dougherty notes. "We have to look
at the broad needs of ,.t -ety,."

jiyes'day, tDecember 11
DAY CALENIVAF
Georphy: M . Drawer. "$onji As-
pects of the Oil Geography of the Near
East," 3rd Fl. Lee. Rrn.. Rackhamu, 4
pnm.
Physics: T. Sanda, Nat'l Accelerator
Lab, "Hove Not to See Free Quark-s in
the QuarIk-Parton Model," 2038 Rlanda~ll
Lab. 4 pm.
Psych Films: "Flatlandj:" "Whiy Man
Creates;" "Maurits Escher;" "Painter of
Fantasies;" Aud. 0. Angel all.'4 Pmn.
Women's Studies Films~: "This Is No
Time for Romance;" "Anything You
Want To Be;" UGLI Multipurpose Rm.,
7:30 pm.

Music' School: Univ. Campus Orches-
tra, conductor. Hill Aud., 7 pm.
Rtesidlential College: "Duets," a con-
cert in dance & mince. E. {quad Aud_.
$ pm.
Speech-Communication: D. Millen.
C'MU. "Maijor Influences from Non-
verbal Messages in Interpersonal Comi-
munication." W. Conf. Rm., Rackham
Bldg.. 7, 9 prm.
H'ist., Philos.. Romance ILang.: P.
Ricoeur, Faculte Libre de Theologie
Protes.tante de Paris, "Metaphor in
Poetic Language." Aud. B, Angell Hall,
$ ')t1.
Music School: D. Francis. violin, Cade
Mus. Rm., Stearns Bldg., 8 pm.
Music School: D. Kuick, flute, SM Re-
cital Hall. 8 pm.

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U' Council votes to
reject campus polie

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(Continued from Page 1)
pled with general dis iisfaction
with the Burns System.
In the first meeting of the Un i-
versity Council onl the Fecurity
question, council member Miriam
Ross said, "Burns gua<ris are not
sworn peace officers. All t? ~v (ran

do is stand there and sciv, T s-w
it happen,' but they can't do any-
thing to help us."
FURTHER complaints agai !st
the Burns guards include ..Barges
that the guards are both inade-
quately trained and under,)a.ied.

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