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dept. 'PG'
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".June Allyson, David Niven. A bum who is
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den emotions when his three estranged sons
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goes to college on a basketball scholarship
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and used by the school for its own purposes.
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Fernando Lamas, Gilbert Roland. A pair of
mercenaries in India bargain with an Indian
mogul to trade a hand grenade for a valu-
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creations are used to tell the story of Elvis
Presley's life and career.
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(1946) Dorothy McGuire, George Brent. A
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Hearings continue as:

THlE ST-ROLIVS
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Ed-School
(Continued from Page 1)
"If the school is cut, it will show that
the University has no concern for the
state educational system. That will
leave a very negative impression on the
state legislature, and result in even
smaller appropriations from the state,"
Nadon-Gabrion said.
She continued to emphasize the role
of the University in the state's
educational system. "Where do you
think future law, medical, and science
students come from?" she asked,
referring to review subcommittee
members William Pierce, John
Romani, and Billy Evans, professors of
law, health planning, and chemistry,
respectively. She left the podium to a
resounding applause.
SUPERINTENDENT of Ann Arbor
Public Schools Harry Howard stressed
the role the education school has played
in the high quality of Ann Arbor's
schools, and tried to "dispel the myth"
that there are too many teachers in the
state.
"The average age of teachers in the
Ann Arbor schools is 43 years old," he
said. "In 11 years, if a sizeable number
of those take early retirement, we'll
have to replace them."
Howard's statements were echoed by
Philip Renkel, state superintendent of
public instruction in the Michigan
Department of Education. "The
average Michigan teacher is over 40
years old," he said. "I seriously
question the wisdom of diminishing the
School of Education in a time when the
public education system needs that in-
stitution most."
SEVERAL OF the 20 speakers gran-
ted time yesterday defended the quality

faces cuts

of the students and programs within the
school.
"The quality of education available
here on the Ann Arbor campus is far
superior to what is available at other
units across the country," said Prof;
Fred Minifie of the University of
Washington's Department of Speech
and Hearing Science.
Charles Ramsey, a retired alumnus
of the school, added that the school has
"made many, many unique con-
tributions to the understanding of the
learning'process in younger children,"
something he felt the University should
continue to support.
"EDUCATION is one area that
should not be left by the wayside," he
said. "If the University doesn't keep
abreast of this, I can't think they'll ever
catch up."
Gail Stephen, superintendent of
Whitmore Lake schools, said teachers
in her school system who graduated
from the University are those she finds
most qualified.
"43 percent of the teachers in my
district are U of M graduates," she
said. "I've noticed that these are the
people who I see taking leadership
roles. They are the ones who will
determine if my school district survives
or not."
Last night's hearing was open to any
subject relevant to the review, while
the first two meetings were directed at
the school's graduate and un-
dergraduate programs. The next
hearing willbe Wednesday at 7 p.m. in
the Rackham Assembly Hall and will
focus on the school's research quality.

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West Quad diners try out
newly renovated cafeteria
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THE STROH BREWERY COMPANY DETROIT MCHIGAN 1901

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tious Roman Catholic priest, converge dur-
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Juliet - Jordan, Harold Hopkins. Sara's
newfound social status is threatened when
her first love moves into town with his new
wife.
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man who has been taught many schemes to
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tures become blurred.
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Bloom. Based on the novel by Ernest Hem-
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his hidden emotions when his three
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(1967) Robert Taylor, Anita Ekberg. A
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boy who goes to college on a basketball
scholarship is abused by the coach, scorned
by his tutor and used by the school for its
own purposes. 'PG'

Almost every other University dor-
mitory uses the scramble system.
THERE ARE, however, supporters
of the new system. Salad eaters, for in-
stance, like the scramble method
because it allows them to pick up their
greenery without having to fight their
way through the entree line.
The other, more hidden features of
the renovations are new ceilings, lights,
floors, and counters; one entrance to
the cafeteria instead of two; a new
lighting and ventilation system for the
dining rom and the quad's basement
kitchen;' and wooden booths for the
West dining room.
The new lighting system has also
come under fire. Some residents have
complained that the lights are too
weak, and housing officials almost
agree.
"THE LIGHTS are a waste of
money," said Adams House resident
Josh Horwitz, explaining that the fix-
tures only provide light for people
directly underneath them. "Four
floodlights would give us more light in
here," he said pointing to the rows of
lights that now dot the ceiling of the
cafeteria.

Sunstad maintains that the light fix-
tures are more energy efficient than
traditional lights, but admits that
housing is still pondering the wisdom of
the selection, as the dining rooms seem
too dark. "They may be on the ragged
edge of darkness," Sunstad said.
Students have given higher marks to
several other features of the system,
such as the move of the goodies - fruits
and desserts - into the dining room,
where students don't have to wait in
line for them.
STUDENTS, however, pushed to
reverse an original decision to scatter
the cafeteria tables around the dining
room, making each table seat six to
eight people. Sunstad and Schleh said
the new arrangement was an attempt to
make the cafeteria look less in-
stitutional and more like a restaurant.
But since West Quad tradition and
student eating habits dictate that
students often eat in groups of 10 to 15
and seem to prefer eating with their en-
tire hall at a meal, the new
arrangement met with opposition.
Students even took to moving tables
back together. So housing officials
agreed to change the tables back.

Survey ranks humanities
depts. in top ten nationwide

(Continued from Page 1)
a 1971 survey, is ranked seventh in the
latest report.
"I am pleased to see the result," said
Joel Isaacson, chairman of the depar-
tment. "It does mean a decline of one
place from the previous survey, but
given the subjective nature of surveys,
it's a very good showing." He added
that due to fluctuations in the strength
of the department over the past decade,
"overall strength couldn't really be
said to be greater than before."
Previously ranked fifth in a 1969 sur-
vey, the classical studies department is
tied for fourth place in the latest
ranking.
EXPRESSING his satisfaction with
the ranking, John D'Arms, the depar-
tment chairman said, "there is always
a bit of arbitrariness in these reports,
and they can't be taken as solidly objec-
tive fact. But I myself have always
considered us to be in the top three or
four and it is gratifying to have that

am surprised that, this poll puts us at
16th," said John Knott, department
chairman. "I am surprised that its not
higher. I think the ranking of tenth was
a more accurate ranking of where we
were (in 1975), and we've certainly im-
proved since then," he said.
"Anyone who knows the department
knows we've improved over the past
five years," he said, citing the recent
addition of Professors Vicinus, C.A.
Patrides, Robert Lewis, and George
Garret, generally considered to be
among the foremost scholars in their
fields of specialization.
"THE ONLY thing I can say in ex-
planation," concluded Knott, is that
there is a time lag, and the reputation of
the faculty hasn't caught up with us
yet."
The School of Music, which ranked six-
th in the last survey, is tied for fourth
place in this report.
Spanish and french are rated sixth
and eight respectively. Frank Casa,
department chairman nntin thd a

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