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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 8, 1977

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S......... Christina Schneider,
Christina Schneider
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.. . .......................... Alan Bilinsky

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and newcomers' edition, designed to introduce you to the Univer-
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We'd like to extend our thanks to the Daily's spring-summer
staff who wrote most of the pieces for this frosh edition with
never-ending patience and enthusiasm.
--The Editors

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orUnder the new plan, four per-
FOOSBALL sons will handle specific prob-
F AL lems faced by Blacks, Chicanos,
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vocates were jacks-of-all-trades reso n'ble for only one particu-
and masters of none. Now they lar nroblem area.
will each be expected to be an' "This program glosses all
expert in their special fields." kinds of minorities into having
Under the new program, each t ' s; '-' k"'ds cf problems and
advocate will be responsible for that j'st isn't true." Garland
a designated problem area, said. "It takes one of their own
common to all minorities. In the to deal with their problems oin a
past the advocates each dealt !ut level, pitst as it takes a black
with a specific minority group to deal with a black and a Chi-
rather than a specific problem cano to deal with akChicano."
area. BUT MOOREHEAD said if mi-
The Minority Student Services nority students want to deal with
program is the result of a reor- someone of their own race they
ganization study begun in March will be directed to that person,
1975 and supercedes the advo- in addition to the advocate who
cacy program discontinued over specializes in their problem
the summer. The Advocacy pro- area.
gram had utilized only two ad- "This way we will be able to
vocates-one for Blacks and one give all minority students the
for Chicanos. best assistance we can," Moore-
head said.
DESPITE ITS expansion and hs it now stands, the following
the increase in specialization, individuals will staff the minor-
the new program has met with itv student services: Richard
opposition. Garland, Blacks; Dorothy Goe-
Black Advocate Richard Gar- man, Native Americans; Ann'
land said he felt the Advocacy Lyon, Asian Americans; and Li-
Program needed to be expanded no Mendiola, Chicanos.
to include the two additional ad- The Minority Student Services
vocates for Native and Asian are located in the Michigan Un-
Americans, but thought it should ion in Rooms 2305, 2307 and
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CORRECTION:,
A CHANGE IN THE CHAMBER ARTS SERIES
The Ensemble for Early Music will perform in Rackham Auditorium
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Volume LXXXVIII, No. i
Thursday, September 8, 1977
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