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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 18, 1974

Pane Two THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

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in western Africa.
The motion originated with a
constituent during the time given
over for constituents to speak, was
sponsored by an SGC member,
pushed up in the agenda to be
c on s i d e r e d immediately, and
passed.
Normal procedure would have
been to consider the motion as new
business, placing it at the end of
the agenda.
IN A RELATED move SGC gave

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a total of $700 for a Third World Student Judiciary (CSJ) placed a ' composition to Council.
People's Solidarity Conference to temporary restraining order on
be held in the city Feb. 21, 22 and MAC last Monday night. I RUMORS HAVE been afoot that
23. In two separate motions, Coun- : campus leftists are preparing to
cil allotted $500 for traveling ex- UNDER THE ORDER, handed mount intensive campaigns once
penses to Ramsey Munez of Texas, down at a preliminary CSJ investi-' again for SGC positions.
and $200 for expenses and pub- gation, MAC may not spend any of i John Taylor, one of the spokes-'
licity. its funds or even meet. The CSJ persons for the newly concerned
These motions were originally suit was filed by Mat Hoffman, an groups of blacks who have taken
sponsored by Ted Liu, director of SGC member who has been con- go of blacks w e tn
sponsoed byto attending Council meetings re-
Asian Affairs for the Minority Af- sistently hostile to MAC. Transfer-1 cently, lashed out at the Council's,
fairs Committee, (MAC) but spon- ring the motions to Community Af- "Watergates," and protested
sorship of the motions had to be fairs evaded the spirit of the CSJ against the appearance of "Ann
transferred to the Community Af- ruling, and was seen as a clear Arbor's finest" at last week's
fairs Committee because Central victory for council and campus meeting. Police were called to the
_ - ,.,.,progressives. SGC chambers last week when it
During the constituents time, was allegedly reported that a
H OU S E many members of the audience, "race riot" was in progress.
which was largely black, stood up
OD MALL and inveighed against what they DESPITE THE chaos, some
termed racism on the part of business was wearily dealt with.
30 MON. -SAT. Council members, all of whom are Council also recommended to the
1 227 white. Regents last night that Martin,
Marty Kaufman, a campus acti- Dither King's birthday, January
und RK products vist of the late '60's, warned Coun- 15, be made a holiday, censured
I, 'g tVice President for Student Serv-;
LarryShultz cil, "Time's running out for rac- ono o nefr
llrr Jmison ists on this Council," and hinted ices Henry Johnson for interfer-
isBill Jamison that the spring SGC elections ence in student government, and
discount Mon.-Thurs. would bring a new ideological passed a resolution praising the,
five schools and colleges which

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exists in its wide diversity," he
says, which can be lost when all
film resources are collected in one
department.
The English department's an-
nouncement of a sub-concentration
in film will make it possible for
English majors to take at least
nine hours of cinema courses that
will count towards their English
major.
"I DON'T THINK we're trying to
create the best possible. film pro-
gram, we're just trying to improve
and individualize instruction in the
English major," says Eng Prof.
William Alexander, head of the
new subconcentration program.
Other members of the Film Re-
sources Committee agreed that the
English departmentisubconcentra-
tion is no final solution. "Some of

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us believe that you shouldn't have
a film concentration without film-
making courses; that's like a liter-
ature concentration without crea-
tive writing courses," says Prof.
Marvin Feldheim, chairman of the
Film Resources Committee.
John Allen, who teaches Resi-
dential College film courses, sug-
gests that the English department
is taking up film partly to bolster
sagging enrollments, and says he
disagrees with some of the ideas
of the English department's sub-
concentration offering.
"I OBJI CT to an exclusively
literary a-sproach to film-it shuts
out chant es for the expression of
film as c .her art forms, like music,
drama or dance," he says.

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