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SGC hopefuls reflect varied political views
(Continued from Page 1)
Armanda Pena, a Chicano'
student running on the SOC tic-
ket, explains his stance: "You
come here to the great U. of M.
with misconceptions. You think
they'll be gung ho on minorities,
and you find out it's not that
power by reasserting their been our basis of power. We lot.
rights." helped institute the non-union THE CONVENTION scheme
The third independent, Rich- lettuce boycott in the dorms." calls for a body of no more than
ard Scheich, states he is "will- Higby's status as a UHC rep- 75 students to draw up revisions
ing to voice student opinions resentative is being contested to the current All-Campus Con-I
objectively to SGC." in an impeachment suit brought stitution.
Campus Coalition, character- before Central Student Judiciary In regard to MOVE's partisan
ized by its president David (CSJ). He lost in last winter's appeal, Engman says, "We're
Faye as "just left-of-center," dorm lottery, and as such is no from the frats and sororities,
-.J-,...4 1i a4 -..,..li
PENA ADDS, "I would like to promotes honesty in student Longer engibLe to represent resi-I but I dont thinx we're identi-
see SOC become more politic- government as its main point. dence hall students. fied as going after any certain
ally oriented. If it means get- ACCORDING to candidate Gordon concludes "I think we group."
ting flak from others, you just Greg Higby, "We've concentrat- appeal to groups t h a t say Party representatives vary on
have to cope with it.' ed on cleaning up Council." I don't like what SGC has done their estimates of election suc-
SOC also pushes for increas- Higby and other Coalition can- in recent years."' cess. SOC's Lark states, "We'll
ed financial aid to students and didate Robert Gordon attribute The fourth party running for do real well." Another optimist,
what the party terms "quality the registration of SGC Presi- Council seats is MOVE (Make MOVE's Engman, says, "We
education." dent Lee Gill in 1974 to their Our Votes Effective). Accord- have pretty good chances."
Steven LaTourette, an inde- party's exposure of Gill's ques- ing to candidate Lauren Leim- BUT CAMPUS Coalition's
pendent candidate, has a "strong tionable financial activities. bach "Our general philosophy PH s oalition's
desire to represent out-of-state He was charged subsequent- is to make SGC workable. We in his appraisal: "We'll do fair-
students in their fights to main- ly with embezzling $16,000 of support more contact with stu to-middling. We'll try."
tain reasonable tuition rates." Council's funds, but has yet to' dents. We want to show we're ACTION's Freeman estimates
A N 0T H R inepenentbe brought to trial, credible." ATO' rea siae
A N O T H E R independentigt .that "we'll take two or three
Craig Zanot, states, "Students STATES Higby, "The Univer- LEIMBACH claims that, in I seats." Five ACTION candidates
should regain the balance of sity Housing Council (UHC) has order to make SGC more visi- are running.
- - --- --ble to students, "we have to in- Asked if representatives from
stitutionalize communications." several parties could work to-
MOVE opposes one of the SGC gether effectively if elected,
MON DAY,NOV. 17-8 P.M. ballot issues: the Michigan Stu- candidates agreed that partisan
dent Assembly (MSA) plan, spirit could be overcome.
at H I L L E L, 1429 H ill Street which would expand student ACTION'S Jasper DiGiuseppe
representation on Council to allrema "We coulgetuvote
NOTED ISRAELI NOVELIST school and college governments to pass. Council should work
from its present literary college or
A. , against personal alienation."
A. B. YEHOSH UA (LS&A) dominance. gmem- Observers are hesitant to es-
TOPIC: "in Defense of Normality: An Attempt ber, claims that "an elite group timate the voter turnout, but
B k oos of he eo ewis Crsis got together to write the MSA indications are that it will be
to B r e a k Loose of the Neo - Jewish Crisisn i arty st the less than last fall's election, in
Through a Return to Zioni Sources." contutona which approximately 1,300 stu-
ff Trouh aRetrn o Zinis Sorce, cnsttutinalconenton landents cast ballots.
Swhichalso appears on the bal-
I__.- -~- --..-- Says elections director Tim
I"Kunin, "We had about 4 per
cent last year, but there was a.
:.:::::...presidential slate. This year
w rs there isn't."
Denver is called the "Mile
'High City" because it is 5,2801
feet above sea level.t
Feminists confer on
program coordinator Gail Res- vidual can evaluate those stra-
nik. tegies," Rel added.
"There aren't going to be One solation to bureaucratic
great changes in the University red-tape emphasized during the
just because of this conference," 'conference was an ongoing
remarked Eunice Burns, chair- struggle to open a multi-ethnic
woman of the President's Com- and multi-cultural day-care cen-
mission for Women. ter on campus.
"But I'm looking forward to University regent Sarah Pow-
the publication of the report. I er, who 'attended yesterday's
hope women will take some of event, expressed her support for
the ideas discussed here back day care as a means for moth-
to where they work or study," ers to supplement their educa-
Burns added. tion.
IN THE morning's session, "I'M NOT so sure I should
Florence Howe, president of the comment on the ways to facili-
Feminist Press Publishing tate matters that will ultimately
house, called for nationwide re- come to the Board of Regents,"
visions of university structures remarked Power, "but I be,
to strengthen their commit- lieve that, on the whole, open-
ments to nontraditional stu- ing up our society to child care
dents like middle-aged women is going to be an immensely
returning to school for a de. key issue."
gree. I At a similar conference spon-
Group sessions such as "Fi- sored by the Women Law Stu-
nancing Non-Sexist Education" dents' Association and the Law
and "Survival of Innovative School, Rosemary Pooler, Ex-
Teaching" dominated the after- e""tive Director of the New
noon's events. York State Consumer Protec-
Although discussion within the tion Board, spoke on "making
various workshops wandered at F it" as a woman lawyer.
times, many women said they Pooler, who is a 1965 Univer-
left with a few fresh ideas and sity Law School graduate, said,
plans to implement them. "I have stooped counting the
"I WRK a theUniversity r pember of times I have called
"I WORK at the U er someone up and they thought
in the business school." corn- 11was a male lawyer's secre-
m iented Gloria Rel. "And when ; tarn."
I as an individual feel that:
things are restrictive, it's very SHE SEES better chances for
difficult to know what to w omen graduates today than
change." those she faced when she was
"But what we talked about in schOO].
can heln an indilidual cone Pooler says, "I am in a posi-
with a wide ranee of strategies tiov to hire women, which I do
for change, and how an ndi-I with great delight."
P AT INOFFICIAL BUlTTIN
Sunday, November 16 Oral Biology/DRI: G. W. Jour-
1Dav Calendar dian, "Biosynthesis of Proteogly-
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Music School: Carmina Burana, brew U. of Jerusalem, "Mountain
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Rackham Aud., 4 pm; Piano degree Present," w. Conf. Rm., Rackham,
recital,Recital Hall, 4:30 pm; organ 4 pm.
degree recital, Hill Aud., 8 pm; Hillel: A. B. Wehoshua, "In De-
voice degree recital, Recital Hall, fense of Normality: An Attempt to
8 pm. Break Loose of the Neo-Jewish Ori-
Monday, November 17 ses through a Return of Zionist
WUOM: Report from IWY, 10 am.; Sources," Hinl, 8 pm.
SMusic School: Saxophone degree
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YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT
SG-UH(-Michigan Union Eledions
4 SGC BALLOT ISSUES
A. Voluntary funding of SGC. C. Constitutional convention
B. Michiaon student assembly D. Release $12,000 of
plan. S.LA.P. funds for
use by SGC.
7 at-large seats
Ii constitutional convention delegates
3 UHC BALLOT ISSUES.
1. Continue. lettuce/grape 2. Vegetarian option
boycott. 3. Vice-Presidential succession
11 Dorm District Seats
2 MICHIGAN BALLOT PROPOSALS
1. Presidential appointment. 11. Change committee
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