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LSA study faces delay over
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Allen steps down as DAILY OFFICIAL
6:50 and 9;05
dean of law school
Friday, May '9
c I Uo e1 a eU la te IC .ontinued from Page ) academic development. Hays will
years, he would want the option be concerned with researching new Day Calendar
of leaving that administrative re- programs and curriculum develop-
(Continued from Page L) He points to the example of be the most likely place for such sponsibility for full-time teaching. ment.M ,n
many others agree that such a the language requirement, saying research into the educational iro. "He has agreed to stay on for "We work from moment to mo- special meetin enate Assembly:
study, of some sort, is a must. that if that were removed, similar cess," Hays says. the coming academic year which ment and few people at the Uni- Agenda: discussion of possible Univ.
"Liberal arts colleges are just arguments might be advanced for "But we work from moment to will give us an opportunity to versity are concerned with an on- strike policies, Rackham Amph.. 3:15
too big, Hays says. There are other, or even all, course require- moment and few people at the search for a successor," Smith going study of the educational
some very serious organizational ments in the literary college. University are concerned with an added. process," Hays said yesterday. ditd
problems and when you get into . Hy Allen has taught at Northwest- "It seems that a university a'e i c itgan tai, ee and man-
IWhile not expressing an opin- ongoing process," he adds. Hays I em htauiest e by students at the University of
the area of curriculum, it's enorm- ion on the language i sees the possibility of the study ern University, Harvard, and the would be the most logical place Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
ous. For instance, we have very i s hn m University of Chicago, and is a for such research and study, but Class postage paid at Ann Arbor. Mich
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l ecnetoo httefeh uhpeeelcags affcnd its original assignment to leading specalis n criminal law it is not," Hays added. He express- ihgn 420 M8anr St., Ann Arboy
man year should be." such piecemeal changes affect onIt rgnl sinett He was chairman of the cornm dhp hth ol i c- day through SulhdamrngUne-
I other parts of the curriculum and tackle specific problems. In fact ed hope that he could begmn aca- y rogsnaymrignve
And Sussman adds, We in the that to look only at a part of the just such a process will be part of mittee which formulated the Illi- demic development in this area. ty year. subscription rates: $10 by
dean's office were very worried thatre tos a it a Hs' jus s h n a p roe rl b earo nois Criminal Code of 1961, and Until next year, however, Hays carrier. $to by mail.
that If you take one thread out picture is a mistake.Hays job when he returns a year chairman of the Committee on is looking forward to his year in summer session published ,Tuesda
of a curriculum at a time and "When you think of tIe re- Poverty and the Administration of Santa Barbara as a chance to through Saturday morning. subsrip-
alter it without relating it to the search and development depart- Both men also pointed out the Federal Criminal Justice. The lat- "relax, do some studying and may- tion rates: $5. by carrier. $5 by mail.
context of the entire curriculum, ments in most industries, it seems possible importance of the study ter group's study led to the en- be write a little."
distortion occurs." logical that the universities would beyond the literary college. "We actment of the federal Criminal "I might even learn something," -
-- --can't do this in a vacuum. The Justice Act of 1964. he added. T ry Daily Classifieds
moves we make will have to be ac- Meanwhile, retiring Dean Hays -----
companied by looks at everyone has expressed enthusiasm for his-
else," Hays says. "Universities are new job. As vice president for
increasingly interrelated organ- -----------I ANN ARBOR
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Sussman goes further than Hays pharmacy college, has been elected!
sn a res D ra ise and asserts, "This would be really to the office of vice president of
the first time in this generation the Michigan State Pharmaceut-
that a college of our structure, aj ical Association by a mail ballot
WASHINGTON W) - A punch Chandler later apologized for public university, had undertaken of the Association's 2,831 members.
"right in the schnozzola" of a the fisticuffs, saying, "I'm sorry such a study and it might serve He has served on the Association's
long-haired student during a Uni- that I did that. If I had had time as a paradigm for other col- Executive Committee for the past!
versity of Kentucky demonstration to think, I don't know what I leges." three years.
has brought a letter of commen- would have done . . . this young
dation to former Kentucky Gay. man grabbed me by the tie. I
A. B. "Happy" Chandler from didn't even think . .I just swung
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. and hit him right in the nose."
Chandler, a long-time friend of The punch was delivered on the
Hoover, refused to release the con- 18th: floor of UK's office tower as
tents of the note,.- Chandler was making his way to-
Persons who have heard the ward an elevator through a crowdP
71-year-old former governor and of some 200 students who had PRESENTS
U.S. Senator describe its contents gathered to protest the Kent State
say Hoover remarked that if such shootings and U.S. involvement in
prompt action was taken by others Cambodia.
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.who's been mayor of this Detroit
suburb for 29 years, may have to
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His son, John Jay Hubbard, 35,'
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ly after visiting his father Wed-
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