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March 05, 1940 - Image 2

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ASU Will Issue
New 'Challenge'
IntCampus Sale
The second issue of the newly or-
ganized student monthly magazine,r
"The Challenge," edited and pub-
lished by the Aierican Student
Union, will go on sale Friday and
Saturday, June Harris, '40, chairman
of the publication commission an-
nounced yesterday.
"The Negro in Sports," an article
by Mel Fineberg, '40, sports editor of
The Daily, discussing the discrimina-
tion against Negroes in sports will
be featured in this month's issue,
Miss Harris said.
Poems by John Ciardi, winner of
a Hopwood major award in the poetry
division in 1939, John M. Brinnin,
Hopwood winner of 1938, and Miss
Harris, will be included.
Also listed in the contents is an
essay, "The Americai Press," a
study in humor, by Robert Pincus,
'4QE; a review of the movie, "Grapes
of Wrath," and articles by Elliott'
Maraniss, '40, and Robert Speckhard,
42.

UCLA Has Highly-Developed
Form Of Student Goverwnent

Among West Coast colleges, the
University of California at Los An-
geles has one of the most highly-
organized systems of student govern-
ment, although lately charges have
been leveled that the majority of stu-
dents display practically no interest
toward the governing bodies, ac-
cording to the editor of the Cali-
fornia Daily Bruin, student news-
paper.
At the head of the student gov-
ement is a StudentCouncil acting
as an executive and legislative body,
composed of the President and Vice-
President of the Associated Students
-an all-campus group, the Chair-
man of the Organizations Control
Board and heads of all other cam-
pus organizations. Political set-up
on the U.C.L.A. campus is a good
deal different from Michigan's inas-
much as the campus is at the heart
of a metropolitan area and many
students live at home.
Not only does the student body
take part in the elections of officers
of the various organizations, the

heads of which have a vote in the
Student Council, but it also possesses
powers of initiative, referendum and
recall. Exercise of the first of these
powers was illustrated recently when
4,000 students, representing half the
entire student body, petitioned the
Council to rescind regulations re-
stricting the freedom of the student
paper to print news of so-called "un-
recognized" groups. The regulations
were repealed and the Council in-
stituted action to limit the petition-
ing power of the student body. This
immediately plrecipitated consider-
able protest by the students and has
to date evinced re-awakened in-
terest in political affairs.
Original power to the students was
granted by the President of the Uni-

time, although there has never been
any attempt to do so. The charac-
teristic difference between t h e
U.C.L.A. government and that here
at Michigan is the compactness and
every organaton on t sQ -t
dent campus being represented in the
main governing group-the Student
Council.
TICKETS
Mozart's delightful.
Comic Opera
1;11L SERAGLIO"
or
Abduction From The Harem

Hamlin Garland Dies At 79
HOLLYWOOD, March 4. -(P)
Hamlin Garland, 79, known as the
"Dean of Afnerican Letters," died at
his home tonight of a cerebral hem-
orrhage.

Thurs., Fri., Sat,, 8:30 P. M.
Prices $1, 75c, 50c - Phone 6300
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

'42. oftevros ogaainteorae
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what SPRING will bring
the well-dressed man...

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sport eo*ts
With the development of active and
spectator sports as a national hobby
among }people in all stations of life*-
sport clothes are on important part of
the game.

Coats
Slacks

. . . $25.to $35.
. . . $9.50 to $15.

suits
A suit designed by Van Boven is ob-
viously the clothing of a gentleman
. .-. correct in its casualness . . . dis-
tinct in its good taste . .. .for Spring
see the new rich diagongJs and her-

ri ngbones.

$.5. to $65.

dobbs hats
,Qualify . ..style...

Van Boven shirts are made by Ameri-
ca's finest producer of men's shirts,
with special attention to details got
ordinarily found' in shirts in our price
range. $2.50 to $5.00

Ever t.hing you

look for in a hat . . is yours in a
Dobbs! Nothing finer can be said
about the hat you wear than ... "It's
the Dobbs."

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