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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CAMP WISE
The Resident Camp of the
Jewish Community Center of Cleveland, Ohio
Is Now Hiring Counselors and Specialists
for the 1974 Season
A Representative of CAMP WISE
Will Conduct Interviews on the Campus
on Tuesday, January 15, 1974
For Further Information, Applications, and Interview
Appointments, Please Contact the Planning and Placement
Bureau in the Students Activities Building

OPEN BOWLING
TODAY, 1 p.m.-12 mid.
MIXED LEAGUES
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Syorgy A. Arbatov
Dir, of USA Institute, Academy of Science of the USSR
1973-74 Arthur Vandenberg, Lecturer
will speak about:
"The U.S. in the 1970's;
the View from Moscow"
Tues., Jan. 15, 1974-4 p.m.
East Conference Room, Rackham
as part of UNIVERSITY MINI-COURSE 412
"American Cultural Views from the Outside"
co-sponsored by the Center for Russian and E. European Studies
and the program on American Culture

The absence of a Republican
w t candidate for the Second Ward City
Council seat has prompted var-
ious HRP members to suspect they
are the victims of a conspiracy.
"This is very clearly an attempt
to destroy HRP," Council member
Jerry DeGrieck said. He and other
HRP leaders suspect traditionally
Republican voters may cast their
ballots for a Democrat if no GOP
candidate runs.
"It is clear that the Republicans
decided not to run a candidate

in the Second Ward deliberately to
hurt the HRP," said David Good-
man, spokesman for the party.
Long a student stronghold, the
Second Ward, has proven to be
HRP's strongest one in previous
elections. T h e Republicans, in
turn, clearly have' no chance to
win the Second Ward and have had
difficulty finding a candidate to
run in the past.
But while some local political
observers have likened the situa-
tion to the "corrupt bargain of
1824," high level Democrats and

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Republicans deny any political
dealing has taken place.
And Democratic city chairman
Laird Harris' comment on the sup-
posed deal bears the distinct ring
of truth. Harris asks: "How could
the two parties possibly strike a
deal when they can never even sit
down and talk?"
Sad admissions
While the University still isn't
accepting "just anybody," admis-
sion standards have slackened in
recent months according to recent
articles appearing in The Daily
and Ann Arbor News. Tuesday, the
University tried to explain.
Speaking in defense of the lower
admission standards, University Di-
rector of Admissions Dr. Clifford
Sjorgren called the University "the
most selective public institution in
the country."
Sjorgren cited several trends that
have forced the University to lower
admission requirements, including
lower average SAT scores, a :ie
in out of state tuition, and a small-
er pool of applicants from which
to choose.
Still, Sjorgren's defense of the
admission standards was hardly
optimistic. "Our situation is not
desperate," he said, "but it's far
from encouraging."
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Gillquits-
This week's bombshell was the
Thursday night resignation of SGC
President Lee Gill.
Gill cited academic reasons for
his sudden unprecedented mid-term
resignation. "I have to go back to

Lee Gill
being a student," he said. "My
grade point average has got to
rise."
But Gill hinted that his resigna-
tion was prompted by the unabat-
ed harassment he has suffered
during his term of office. Since
beginning his term .after a con-
troversial and fraudulent election
last spring, Gill has been under
continuous attack.
In the.past few months, Gill has
been accused of embezzling SGC
funds, stealing a Council desk and
holding a University office while
not an enrolled student. None of
the charges have been proven
true.
Last week, Gill successfully de-
fended himself in an assault and
battery suit brought by former
SGC Treasurer David Schaper.

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