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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 20, 1971

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Center. for Black students organized

(CotinuiedifromtiPage 3
of matey existing University serv-
ices as well as a spectrunm of SO-
cial possibilities.
Plans are now underwvay for or-
ganizing a "mobile. informeat on
service', designed .o ofirr slt-
dents te opportunity to spcs
with academic and hal U4't roun-
selors inside Trotter Slo,,se itself.
The coutnselors wotiul be enmploy-
ed on a rotating basis, which
wosld permit them to pr(,vitie
cunseling botls in 'i'rs ter Hose
and in their own offic, 's.
"The purpose of this propgt" ,si
is to bring mnore people into cot-
tact with the Universi y's sets-
ices," says Kidd. "We hope that
ottr progranm sill help to increase
the notibef ot students who use
the counseling services earl
year. Instead ot drasitng Stu-
dents assay from the counseling
office toward Trotter House, sic
hope to attract students wlto have

never betore been interested in
cotunseling."
The role at the acadensic couin-
selors wotld not be restricted to
giving advice on what courses to
take, he stressed. They wotld
instead be qualified to give advice
in personal matters. Budget
couinselors awould similarly not hi'
aiming at only informing stut-
dents of the best methods for ob-
tamning financial aid, bitt sould
be expected to offer students re-
liable information concerning
reasonable rent rates in Ann Ar-
bor, food prices, and general in-

formtation ott howr to live cheaply -
in the city.
Kidid, himself a memiber ot the
Task Force on Minority Suippor-
tive Services, is strict in ihis be-
lief that the facilities of Trotter
Hotuse shoetld be oriented only to-
weard black students. "The treat-
ment of mitnorities shoutld taker
into account the different lifte
styles of each." lie says. "Dif-
ferent groups would demand dif-
terent things to create a homte-
like atmsosphsere. That is why
Trotter Houtse svas not mtade
broader."

Aid ;allowed to activist students

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From 9-6C

PHILADELPHIA (Ai_ A stpe-
ciat three-judge tederat patnel
declared unconstitutionial yes-
terday a 1969 Pennisylvania stats'
lawe thtat eitabled the state to
rut ott scholarsthip tunids out
studeints involved in campus ott-
res.t.
In asverrulinig the 1969 lass,
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Organizing, 71 -7
Phone 434-0623

2-1 itajority atfciederal judges
said:
''Deprivation at aid utnder the
statute tmight cause tragic uni-
di'rdrvelopmtettoathumntatet l
by pirohibitingtitnanicial assist -
otte to young popalle who msighit.
othersvise be attorded tthe ap-
portunsity at higher education."
'Tir statute, ireouir ed aisy col-
lege itn the country with stu-
deints receivitig aid tram Peini-
sylvattia to agreein writiing tout
retport the namies at disruptive
studenrits to the Pennsylvania
H ighse r Educatiats Assisiane'
Ageincy.
TOMORROW .. .
...The Daily will mark the "
owpning of the annual Ann Ar-
bor Street Fair with a special
supiplenment. It will be included
in your regular Daily,
JUDY COLLI NS
4 Hours Featuring the
Music of Judy Collins
TUESDAY, JULY 20
8-MID.
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FRIDAY, JULY 23-8:00 P.M.- CRISLER ARENA
Tickets $3.50 & $4.50
GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
Tickets at Union, Discount Records (S. Univ. Stare), and All Hudson's

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