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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 21, 197'5

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, November 21, 1975

State prison to be
built close to city

Black enrollment
on campus slides

(Continued from Page 1)
"Jackson is a monstrosity,"
he said. "No prison should be
that big. You start getting over
600 (inmates) and you got trou-
ble in a prison.
"You have to mix up old
people with young people, ag-
gressive people with passive
people, and you just can't get
the separation," he added.
PITTSFIELD residents have

already indicated they have no
objections to the facility as long
as security is tight. Chase said
the prison will be a maximum
security institution.
Plans for construction have
already been approved by Gov-
ernor William Milliken and the
state's Bureap of Manage-
ment and Budget. Allocation of
funds by the state legislature
will finalize the proposal.

Pep rally raises
sirits for game

(Continued from Page 1)
doesn't matter how strong our
commitment is, we might as
well be committed to hell,"
Goodman said.
Regental reaction to the re-
port was favorable. Regent
Sarah Power (D-Ann Arbor)
called it "thorough and sensi-
tive, and a credit to the leader-
ship of the University."
University President Robben
Fleming called it "the most
comprehensive. report of its
kind that we have had on this."
AT THE public comments
session, the Board heard argu-
ments for support of two re-
commendations from the Com-
mission to Study Student Gov-
ernance (CSSG). Student gov-
ernment representatives and
CSSG members asked the
Board to unconditionally sup-
port the principle of student
participation at all levels of
University decision making,
and to create a non-voting stu-
dent seat on the Board.
CSSG member Doug Balchan
said the recommendations of
the Commission were 'neither
capricious nor radical." He ex-
pressed disappointment at the
executive officer's proposal that
the Board turn the decision of
student participation back to
the college level.

B a 1 c h a n disputed Re-
gental contentions that the
creation of a non-voting student
seat 9n the Board would bring
requests from other constituen-
cies on campus.
"IN FACT, said Balchan, "if
the only concern with the con-
cept is the potential for other
such requests, then the execu-
tive officers are substantively
in agreement with the Com-
mission on the necessity of stu-
dent participation at the Re-
gental level."

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(Continued from Page 1)
"I hope," said undergraduate
Scott Kemp, "that the students
stand by the team this way
through the whole game."~
L OCAL businessman D a n
G a m b 1 e commented, "This
shows some of the old college
spirit that I haven't seen for a
while."
Meanwhile, on the other side
of campus, a crowd of about
300 students gathered outside of
Markley Hall to catch the spec-
tacle of a slogan spelled out by
the strategic arrangement of
Vote tally
continues
(Continued from Page 1)
elections were four propositions.
M O S T COUNCIL members
and candidates expected the
first issue, providing for volun-
tary funding of SGC by students,
to pass.
Observers also predicted ap-
proval of the second proposal
which would create a Michigan
Student Assembly (MSA) con-
sisting of representatives of all
school governments within the
University and replacing the
present structure of SGC.
"CHANGE" HAS COME!
The new album from
Spanky & Our Gang.
On Epic RecordsU
SPANKY& G GNG
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room lights switched on or off.
The slogan was, "Fuck OSU,"
illuminated in letters six stories
high.
THE SPECTATORS sang thei
Michigan Fight Song and shout-
ed an assortment of cheers.
The plan for lighting up the
north side of Markley was con-
ceived by freshman engineeirng
major Chris Valant. It was ex-
ecuted with the cooperation of
Markley residents under the di-
rection of Valant and two of his
f r i e n d s, sophomores William
Duncan and Jim Carnes.

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WORKSHOP
Dec. 5, 6, & 7
RELATIONSHIP-
TRUST-
AUTONOMY ISSUES
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ANN WRIGHT
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