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PACE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNr3SD AY, MARCH 30, 1927

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UNION APPOINTS BODY
TO MKEPLANS FOR
COMMITTEE WILL BE, PROF. H. C.
ANDERSON, ARCtHIE W. I)AC K
AM) LESTER JOHNSON
SUPERVISED BCY BOARDS
Result Of Report Of special Group
Which Blade -Inivetigation s
Of Organizatioii
Following the suggestion made in
the report published last spring by
the special committee of the Union
after a detailed investigation of the
organization and its condition, a com-
mittee has been appointed to make re-
organization plans. This committee,I
appointed by the board of governors
and the board of directors of the Un-
ion, is composed of Prof. 11. C. An-
derson of the mechanical engineering
department, who is financial secre-
tary of the organization; Archie W.
lack, '92, member of the board of di-
rectors; and Lester F Johinson,'27L.
president of the Union.
As provided by the constitution, the
organization is at present managed by
two boards, the board of governors
and the board of directors. The ,gov-
ernors, composed of seven students
and ten faculty or alumni, according
to the constitution, "except as herein
provided, shall have full power to au-
pervise and control all of the ativ-
ities of the Union."
Porers Outlined
The board of governors, composed.
of the president of the Union, a Re-
gent, the financial secretary of the in-
stitution, and four alumni -appointd
by the Alumni association, are given
full control over all financial matters
b)y the constitution, as well as "power
to appoint, discharge and direct a ,gen-
eral manager and to fix his compensa-
tion"
"The sole constitutional powers of.1
the president of the Union," the in-
vestigating' committee reported last
spring, "are to preside at all meetings
of the board of directors and to be
an ex-officio member of all commit-
tees." The general manager, says -the
constitution, "subject in all respects
to the control and :direction of the
board of governors . . . shall be re-C
sponsible for the orderly conduct of
all financial affairs of the Union, shall
be an ex-officio member of the ap-
pointment committee, and treasurer of
all its 'committees; shall be purchas-'
ing -agent, and have :powers to select,
discharge, and fix the compensationr
and duties of all paid employees of
the Union."
Concerning the powers .of the board
of directors, the 'investigating commit-
tee expressed in its 18-page report
submitted in May 1926, the belief that
the board's authqrity in the manage-
ment of the building and over te ex-
penditure of money is thus practically
limited to making requests of the
management and recommendations, to
the board of governors.
"The committee," the report con-
tinued, "believes experience has
shown that these powers are entirely
Incommensurate with the duties and
responsibilities of the board of di-
rectors, and that the, division of au-
thority which now exists =makes the
connection of the students with the
management of the Union, In -fact,
only nominal."
The report also stated that "it
should be "plaily said that under the
existing scheme of organization, when
a student president of the Union seeks
to alter the established routine of the
building or advances proposals which
do not meet with the approval of the
management, he finds himself in the

mazes of circumlocution office which
makes the attainment of his ends
practically impossible during the year
of, his political life; and this seems
to be true even in matters upon
which the president enjoys the sup-I
port of the board of directors.
Not Representative, Clm
"fThe board of .governors," said the '
committee, "is not only non-trepre-
sentative of student opinion, but is
not in close enough contact with af-
fairs in t he building to effectively
control and direct the management of
the building."
Its is the plan of this committee of
three men recently appointed, to -goI
more thoroughly into reorganization
plans and suggestions than was pos-
sible and out of the sphere of the
in evsti gating committee, which stud-
ied all of the various phases of the
organization's condition.
PURDUE-There will be an annual
Sweater Hop on May 6.
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STUDENTS SHOULD BE CAREFUL IN
UPHOLDING HONORSYSTEM - MO ORE
Editor's "-"ote: Prof. A. D. Moore of may unwittingly give the appearance
the c5n~rgcollege, ntional presi- g.:i otsuhwil
dent of 'fall 1Beta Ii, honor eniner~ing 0 'erti('bCrps nesc, hl
fatern'tx'. is the fauthor of this Seic if' ryin''Ito (10o somIe ('onctintrat ed think-
artic les basedst j ,,l a unatiomal survey'
mad eof the honc t systemnco IIlltges and ltl staresinto s pace. flIc(does not see
til ive s S :ev, woe I he is looks ig at, and if he hap--
1)3 ithclI Int<,ttnment : eas to be lookilgin i he direction
of ]i:i')')] , persont's work, his sact may
Vti:,ng o~ cr I~i1 t;I Vihi+«.trs ;be t)b1rved and suspected. There are
I Akewis,'Lrnerd lnot It asmned(I other Iand simiilarti~ i a! ions in which
that every ob)servedI iLo 01.o honor inoeew t people may seem to be guil-
principles inl examlinartions shoul belty
reportedl. In the first place, theid Balu- II si'2jiinstancies, se ially when
dent obser ving the violation may he thle observer in not suare of i.
mist aken. Therei is h :irdl y rmynn-ed ,;ounids, tl~e l lobrsystem b 1ooklf't
hero toLI point: out hlit! some stuidenits slicii~l ins~truct himi to sound out
who have the ;AidIR v to lose .elr- :,ce kind of general warning. One
Selves ccr Aetely inl the e b :all id y ay i for kiln to speak out and say I

that he thinks there is something1 one of his classmates, will be very
wrong going on, and that if he sees; likely to last him for a long while
it happen again ,he will name the of- f warning will do no good; he will re--
fender. Now remember this: if the peat later, eventually will lbe report-
to come. If he is a vicious, irrespon- ed and convicted, and his absence will
sible individual (therefore having nol leave everyone better off. But such
rightful place ini any college) such ;a one is the exception; of t hose few
offender is really= guilty, the shock of ,x,,ho (10 offend, the majority reed but
such a warning, coming directly from one proof of the spirit and t emper of
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and April 16th.

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