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March 23, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

} WlUkNEhSDAY, MARCH 23

STUDENT ADVISORY C03ITTEE
WINS APPROVAL OF BURSLEY
(Continued from Page One)
part in the regulation of student life.
Officials of the committee consider
that the Student council has directed
its attention to the supervision of such
matters as class games, elections, and
kindred activities and has not been
able to do anything with the prob-
lems of general regulation of the stu-
dent body. This condition, they main-
tain, has been brought about by the
unwieldly size of the council, which
has a membership of about 25'
New Syste Better
The committee feels that the new
system provides a better machinery
for the consideration of such ques-
tions, inasmuch as it has been elect-
ed by the entire campus and not on a

class representation system, and it is
small enough to permit real executive
work to be accomplished.
According to the present plan, mem-
bers of the committee will not enter
into other campus activities to any
great extent, that there may be no

neglect of its duties due to other in-'
terests.,
Dean Bursley will receive the com-
munication from the committee in
time to bring it up for discussion at
the meeting of the committee on stu-
dent affairs this afternoon.

Club Ghes Program at Meet Tonight
Presenting a program of readings,
the Players club will meet at 7:15
o'clock this evening in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. Members will be permit-
ted to bring guests to this meeting.

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