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"AGE TWO

TH lE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1946

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The following platform and state-
ments have been submitted by Stu-
dent Legislature candidates running
on the University Committee:
Committee Platform
Michigan's University student body
has potentialities of becoming one of
the most spirited, most enthusiastic
and most closely knit groups in this
section of the United States. Up to
the present time little if anything
has been done to unify the aims and
desires of the 18,500 strong.
In answer to an urgent and cry-
ing plea, leaders of student partici-
pation in University government
have formed the "University Com-
mittee" for unification on these am-
bition and desires of students for
recognition. With a platform de-
signed to fulfill the wants and needs
of one of the most representative col-
legiate centers in the world, the "Uni-
versity Committee" has outlined the
following as their party ambitions:
1. Restoration of combined stu-
dent spirit and student participation
to an extent never before achieved in
the annals of the University of Mich-
igan.
2. Limiting the activities of the
Student Legislature to those affect-
ing the campus and all phases of
campus life.
3. Elimination of all such mis-
managed issues as the football ticket
confusion by coordinated efforts and
control by the students.
Today and Monday
"CLUNY BROWN"
with
Jennifer Jones - Charles Boyer
-and-
WELL-GROOMED BRIDE"
with Ray Milland
Olivia deHavilland

4. Grading of faculty members by
students to effect a greater partici-
pation in class responsibility and in-
struction.
5. Cooperative restaurant plans to
eliminate the necessity of having
some 8,000 students eat in ill-
squipped and commercial eating
places.
6. A complete housing survey on
a practical, non-partisan basis for
the benefit of all students.
7. Coordination, simplification and
unity of student government in or-
der to benefit all students without
partiality.
8. Elimination of unwarranted con-
tribution by students in the form of
dues and tuition to such organiza-
tion as the Union and League with-
out a full answer regarding the use
of such funds
9. Endorsement of all University
programs to facilitate advancement
and promotion of culture on the
campus.
"University Committee" candidates
for the Student Legislature have been
carefully chosen with absolute re-
gard for their cooperative campus
spirit, qualified backgrounds and in-
tense desires to achieve the finest and
most complete student representa-
tion in student affairs for the wel-
fare of the greatest number of col-
legians at the University of Michi-
gan.
Candidates on the University Com-
mittee are:
North Main Opposite Court House
Today thru Tuesday
Wm Boyd in
"TRAIL DUST"
-plus-
Ethel Smith in
"CUBAN PETE"
News and Serial No. 9

Music school, president of IRC,
chairman of the AKC, member of
Legislature Varsity Committee. The
primary aim of the student govern-
ment should be service to all Michi-
gan students.
SA7ch!7 w b -e ne ..
I am especially interested in seeing
that the students of this campus have
more to say in forming campus poli-
cies. I have participated in various
activities on this campus: Soph Cab-
aret, orientation week, Pan Hel meet-
ings and am vice-president of Collegi-
ate Sorosis.
Geoge Connor .
Qualifications: I served on the
student legislature at Westminister
College before the war; I served on
the East Quad council; I am a vet-
eran.
I pledge myself to work for greater
cooperation betweean students and
faculty and to give the students a
voice in the policy making of the
University.
Robert Epsicine *
Qualifications: I was Phi Beta Kap-
pa, junior year, president of Phi
Sigma Delta, member of IFC.
Individual projects are innumer-
able, but I believe myself capable of
exerting the effort and demonstrat-
ing the initiative and intelligence
necessary to resolve the problems
facing us because of the tremendous
enrollment.
Bill Gordon,...
The foremost concern of the Legis-
lature should be student problems,
opinions and desires. This group
should encourage a greater amount
of student participation in campus
activities also.
Paul arrion * **
Active in high school functions and

house manager of fraternity. I will
carry the same enthusiasm into the
new position that I have shown in the
past.
Carol *
It will be my endeavor to help the
Legislature becom^ a more active
liason between the student body and
the Administration and faculty. My
experience has been acting as clas
representative in high school student
council and mrnemborship in the stu-
dent legislature at another campus.
Tal bo s i.. y * * *
I have a kno.de of legislative
functions and procedure and I am
greatly interested in student affairs
on campus. I firmly believe that the
University can be a sdent's univer-
sity. I will endeavor toward and co-
operate in making it so.
Walter H1 - . .
A more libcral pl hcy regarding or-
ganized student a _~ivites is strongly
advocated in reeo ition of the fact
that the views of the Legislature are
the views of the students.
John Kci ic
Senior in the pharmacy college;
am interested in obtaining a seat in
the Legislature so that I can help
run the student governing body in an
American, efficient, business like
manner.
Walftr .K.(e . .
Three years on The Daily sports
staff, one year as Snorts Editor of
the Ensian and the position of presi-
dent of mny social fraternity have
given me a good background of the
problems which face the University's
student body.
George Leoinard . . .
During the war served overseas as
a navigator. Upon return to the
States, was made troop training of-
ficer and later a squadron adjutant.
During the past two semesters served
as housemanager and treasurer of
Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Nancy Lond. . .
Qualifications: student govern-
ment at Bradford Junior College;
junior personnel assistant and Stu-

dent Book Exchange here. I would
like to see the Legislature more rep-
rEesntative of student opinion.
Joc - n ou r . .
As a veteran. I am both familiar
and concerned with their problems.
As a senior, I am well acquainted
with campus activities and student
desires as a whole. The wishes of
the student must come before all
else.
Carla Mulendore. .
I am a junior in the literary college
and a political science major. I have
had several responsible positions,
among them: central committee of
Soph Project, assistant ticket chair-
man of Soph Cabaret, orientation
central committee, assistant chair-
man of Casbah.

George Nicolau...
I believe that one of the necessities
of student government is intelligent
cooperation between the student
body and the faculty. The Congress
gives students a voice in affairs at
this University and my interest is
the student.
Paul Prill....
I am a senior in the engineering
college, with three semesters left at
the University. I was a member of
the IFC in 1945 while in the NROTC
and served on the Executive Council
for four months.
John H*edfied
Veteran, junior in the engineering
college, vice-president of Zeta Beta
Tau. I believe the primary function
of the Legislature should be to en-

hance the interest of
body in its government.
P~a R~d..

the student

I am a junior in the literary col-
lege, a League Council Assistant, in
League activities, student publica-
tions and a Chi Omega. I will strive
to unite the students and the cam-
pus organizations into one coordinat-
ing body..
Second semester freshman; public-
ity committee of Union; overseas in-
fantry veteran; spech major in pre-
law; Alpha Tau Omega; Campus Cas-
bah entertainer.
Willim Rs . .
It is the duty of the Legislature to
represent the majority of students on
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