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Friday, January 11, 1974

l~An THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ADMISSION 75c

Gill resigns SGC

Gill leaves legacy of
constant controversy

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(Continued from Page 1)
several University officials. But a
later Daily investigation produced
no conclusive evidence that Gill
committed any crimes.
OTHER ATTACKS on Gill came
from competing SGC parties in the
October all-campus election, and
several members of Campus Coal-
ition (CC) tried unsuccessfully to
remove him from office for alleged
failure to be properly enrole.ed as
a student during his term in office.
Gill insisted last night that the
attacks "don't have anything to
do with my quitting," but left the
door open for speculation by say-
ing, "I've suffered in a lot of dif-
ferent ways since I got on SGC."
Fowler and Mullin both cited -
as Gill had-"academic reasons"
in announcing their departures.

"We'll try to carry on without
(Gill), said Fishman, "but that
may not be possible. Lee was
about the only thing that kept SGC
from flying apart."
Faye said he was "optimistic"s
about Schiller's chances of success-A
fully running the Council, but add-
ed, "It's much too early to judge."
And within seconds after Faye's
comment, Shiller found himself at{
the center of an explosive, almostt
violent debate.
SCHILLER, WHO took over witha
the comment that "SGC spirit is
as low as it can sink, and it can't
sink any lower," attempted to ad-
journ the meeting early as dozens
of constituents led by SGC Asian 1
Affairs Director Ted Liu demand-
ed that the session continue.-
An adojurnment vote failed, but1

(Continued from Page 1)
allegations stemmed from an un-
signed leaflet distributed by Da-
vid Cchaper, the controversial for-
mer SGC treasurer whom Gill fired
last summer.
A Daily investigation found no
conclusive evidence of any wrong-
doings by Gill, but the leaflet took,
its toll. As Gill said last night,
"Mudslinging and game-playing
may be fun, but in the end it hurt
... I no longer have time to fight
people or court battles."
Gill Won the "court battles"-
an accusation of assault and bat-.
tery based on a complaint from I
none other than David Schaper.
Schaper claimed Gill had assaulted
him in the Council chambers last
November, but Gill, acting as his
own attorney in Washtenaw County
Circuit Court, won a fast aquittal.
EARLIER, GILL opponents in
the Campus Coalition and Screw
SGC parties joined in an effort to
remove Gill from office for alleged
failure to properly enroll as s stu-
dent during his term of office.
That effort, too, failed.

As Gill walked away rrom the
SGC chambers last night, carrying
a pile of books and a painting that
once hung on the wall of his office,
he said something that sounded
like a declaration of commitment:
"Like Jesse Jackson says, I've
switched roles but I haven't
changed goals."
BUT' IRONICALLY, the single
force that stopped' Gill from
achieving his goal df "making the
Council responsive to its people"
and at the same time prevented
SGC from total collapse-was the
presence of Gill himself.
He was at once the calmest, most
controlling force at SGC sessions,
and the largest potential for ot-
right chaos in the form of attacks
on the president.
"Leaving at the expense of
SGC?" cried Gill as he departed
last night. "What about the ex-
pense for- Lee Gill?"
But last night's.chaotic session
underlined the high cost the Coun-
cil will pay for actions leading to
the abrupt exit of its flamboyant
chief executive.

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SGC MEMBERS reacted with Schiller declared the meeting at an
amazement at Gill's exit. While end. By this time however, a num-
Screw SGC Party boss and con- ber. of constituents blocked the;
stant Gill critic Matt Hoffman said doorway and attempted to force
he was "very happy" with the members to remain in the room.
announcement, Student R i g h t s A shouting match ensued, and
Party member Marcia Fishman Schiller swiftly lost control of the
and CC party leader David Faye meeting.
voiced the widespread feeling of As Liu and others moved to the
hesitancy. front of the room announcing "the
I ________ __________ people can run the meeting now,"
Schiller and several SGC members
NORTH SIDE left swiftly by way of aback star-
case. Fearing violence, Schiller's
1 group called the police.

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Welcomes University students
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mation, transportation, call Don
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But when two patrolmen arrived Friday, January 11
at the paper-strewn SGC dhamn-DAY CALENDAR
I Hospital Commission for Women:
hers, Liu and some 30 constituents F1199 Mott Hosp., noon.
swiftly closed their brief "people's Genr.rowf Public Policy rSe:Lkhord
SGC meeting" and filed past the 4 pm.
policemen in orderly silece. HopwoodUnderclass Awards: Poetry
reading, Anthony Hecht, Aud. 3, MLB,
(ed note: This story was written by , pm.
Daily staffer Dan Biddle with files Astronomy: Observation of Comet
from staffers Cindy Hill and Stephen Kouhoutek (if cloudy, canceled), 5th
Selbst ) fl., Anigell Hall, 9-9 pm.
Hockey: Michigan vs. North Dakota,
Yost Field House, 7:30 pm.
Music School: Beth Gilbert, piano,
rI ESM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
------- GENERAL NOTICES
Apply now for faculty research grant:
Forms available, Rm. 1014 Rackham
(764-4405); due at Grad. School not
later than Feb. 1, for funding begin-
SLocation ning May 1, 1974.

Attention Students: Jan. 22, 5:00 pm.
is last date for Winter Term when
Registrar's Office will: a. Accept the
Student 100 per cent Withdrawal No-
tice for refund purposes. (Excluding
$50.00 disenroliment fee). b. Allow re-
fund for the student who reduces
hours of course credit.
Feb. 19, 5:00 p.m. is the last date for
Winter Term when the Registrar's Of-
fice will allow refund for a 50 per
cent Withdrawal.
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Recruiting on Campus: Jan. 17. Oak
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of Bus. Admin; Jan. 23, Xerox Corp, &
UM Dearborn, School of Mgt.; Jan. 24,
The Milwaukee Road, & U. of Roches-
ter, Personnel Dept.:; Jan. 25, Procter
& Gamble Co. & First Nat'l Bank of
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BIBLICAL STUDY Holy Eucharist at Noon
Leader: Pastor Don Zill. Time an Dates: 9:00 a.m. Sunday morn- in St. Andrew's Church U2.UU
ings beginning January 6th.
PLACE: Lord of Light Lutheran Church
THE CHANGING FOCUS IN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY
Leaders: Fr. Bill Gavin, S.J.; Sr. Connie Smedinghoff. Time and /
Dates: 7:30-9:00 p.m. eight Wednesday evenings beginning Jan-
uary 23.
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Student Chapel
INTRODUCTION TO THE GOSPELS
Leader: Fr. Bill Gavin, S.J. Time and Dates: 4:00 p.m. five Tues-
days beginning January 22.
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Dates: 7:30-9:00 p.m. nine Monday evenings beginning January 14
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PLACE: Canterbury House
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER PROGRAM Sunday Masses: 7 :45, 9:00,
Leoders: Fr. Bob Livingston, 663-0557
Dom and Del Bitondo, 971-4637 10:30, 12:00, 5:00
Sam and Mary Allen, 663-3039
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Dotes: February 15-17, May 17-19
PLACE: Siena Heights College, Adrian, Michiganh
PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE
1. Marriage Preparation Seminar6 -
Contact Fr. Livingston, 663-0557
2. Engaged Encounter Weekend
Contact Fr. Livingston, 663-0557
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