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Candidates'

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DAILY OFFICIAL IULLETIN

Statements of candidates run-
ning for office on the Student
Legislature appear below. Further
statements will appear tomorrow.
Walter Hansen
The Student Legislature is the
only true all-campus group for
student representation. As a leg-
islator, I would seriously strive to
promote the welfare of the entire
student body in all aspects of
campus life. My interest would
be with the unorganized as well as
the organized groups, on a basis of
their needs.
Al Harris
In presenting my platform, I
feel that previous qualifications
are of little consequence. I be-
lieve that the Student Legislature
should focus more of its attention
on campus activities and issues di-
rectly concerning the student
body. In this latter respect I feel
that a review of campus restric-
tions is highly in order.
Mary Ann Harris
I believe that the student leg-
islature can be made closer and
more vital to the student popula-
tion through a more adequate at-
tempt to represent student opin-
ion. Projects I would immedi-
ately consider are a new women's
swimming pool and the right of
political groups to campaign on
campus. My experience has been
membership on WAA board, wom-
en's staff of the Michigan Daily,
and various League activities.

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William H vfydon cellent work of the Legislature the
If leced shllprootea lb-last ,year. As with all organiza-
If elected I shall promote a lil- tions, there is need for improve-
eral representative student gov- nent. With three years in which
erment advocating:
a. Better food indorms to serve on the Legislature, if
b. BWtmen'sswdmmingdoo. you, the voters, so decide, I will
b. Women's swimming pool. be enabled to work, on many long_-
c. Modification of paternalism. range improvement programs.
d. University owned draperiesrae
for IM Building. Cathy 10o11s5 011
I have served as President of Election to the Legislature must
Veterans' Organization, Chairman be followed by continuing partici-
of Michigan State Student Veter- paticn in its work. My experi-
ans Conference and have partici- ( ence: two years with Student
pated in fraternal, religious and Book Store, past term with Legis-
social campus organizations. lature NSA Committee as non-
.k . member volunteer.
a~(l Fi In Platform: enlarged Student
I have been on the staff of the Book Store operated by Legisla-
West Quadrangle for two years ture, stronger NSA, relaxation of
and have held chairmanship on University's ban on political
the last four quad formals. speeches.
I am a junior in Architecture
and Design. Being familiar with DaroldIJacobson
this school, which has not been Having been President of my
represented, I feel I could make class in Wyandotte High School
Student Legislature more accur- and active in student publications
ately representative of the whole there, and now being on the social
University. committee of Adams House, West
Quad, and Chairman of the I.F.C.
Pres Holmes Publications committee.I feel that
I believe that the University I am qualified to be a member of
should have less jurisdiction over the Student Legislature. As such I
student affairs. I believe that the would attempt to obtain quicker
University should give to the Stu- legislature action on campus af-
:ent Legislature, which is closer fairs.
to and more aware of the students' Pt f autf9
problems, the power to decide
what steps to tal~e and corirective My immediate aims are' to
measuressto follow, strengthen the Legislature to the
ns point where it is a voice of the
MIlariyn Holmqziist campus, and a self-governing stu-
The Student Legislature should dent body. Through the legisla-
try to establish closer contact ture we can aid the campaign for
with campus organizations and a women's swimming pool, beer in
clubs to coordinate and exchange 'the League, and freedom for po-
ideas, policies and programs, and litical groups to campaign on
provide a means to test student campus.
>pinion on campus issues. Jml' fejailS
I am interested in working on a Since the Student Legislature
SL committee and have worked on is the only campus organization
campus activities: The Daily, J- capable of governing and coor-
Hop, Panhellenic, JGP and oth- dinating campus wide activities
Ars. and of representing a true cross-
CharleS 1iHoLker section of student opinion. I will
I believe that there is much sincerely strive for the intensifi-
oom for improvement in the Stu- cation of the activity of the Stu-
dent Legislature. Its functions dent Legislature and for the
hould be expanded to include broadening of its field of action.
eating and ticket distribution for Fe Roy finorSOn
athletic events. A de-emphasis I feel that my experience in in-
hould be placed on business of dustry and in the Armed Service
national and international scope has qualified me to become a
with a resulting emphasis on is- member of S. L. I will strive to
ues directly concerning the stu- make S. L. a more powerful or-
lent body. I am a member of the ganization for the presentation of
A.I.M. Council.student viewpoints on Campus
Knight Hoighton Affairs. I will also strive to make
I have closely observed the ex- the Faculty-rating system an ac-
.__cepted and just standard.

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JDulcie hrasitnck
I feel qualified to serve as a
member of the legislature by vir-
tue of my past experience in high
school and participation in many
campus activities including Soph
Cabaret, J.G.P., and Assembly
Council.'I am actively interested
in Student Legislature and feel
I can help in adding to its present
list of accomplishments.
Jeann e Lange
As a freshiman i am anxious to
get an early start in student ac-
tivities. I believe the Legislature
should take a more active part in
attending to the needs and wnts
of the students and I would like
to see closer cooperation and un-
derstanding between the schools
of the University.
Edwin Lewison
I feel that an interest in stu-
dent government and student af-
fairs is essential for successful
membership in the Student Legis-
lature. If I am elected, I shall
attend meetings regularly, take
an active part in as many legisla-
ture activities as possible, and do
my utmost to increase the power
of the student body on campus.
Marcia Lipsett
Student Legislature needs more
than interest; it requires a will-
ingness to work for and serve the
student body, a person represen-
tative of the students' views, and
the desires to focus primary at-
tention on students and Univer-
sity problems. I feel that I have
these qualifications because of
work on the central committees of
J.G.P. and Faculty-Student Tea
as well as various other campus
activities.
Stanley May
Once again this year 10 per
cent of the University's student
body will go to the polls to efect
a handful of hopefuls to their
Legislature. If you would like to
elect someone who would object
both to the students' indifference
and to its Legislature's relative
impotence, vote for Stan May.
Paul E. McCracken, Jr.
If elected to the Student Legis-
lature, I will do my best to help
aim the Legislature's activities to-
ward student interests as related
to the campus, instead of using it
as a sounding board for world pol-
itics.
A. 1). Mc(regor
I'm seeking a seat in our Stu-
dent Legislature for the exlxess
hope of encouraging a wider stu-
dent interest by personally sup-
porting all measures that will
enumerate greater student control
of campus affairs. Also if I am
fortunate to gain a place in the
coming election I'll concentrate
my time and abilities to the ful-
fillment of the office.
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Graduate School Record Con-
cert: 7:45 p.m., East Lounge,
Rackham Bldg.
BEETHOVEN: Sonata No. 17 in
D. Minor ("Tempest") Op. 31, No.
2 Gieseking.
MOZART Concerto No. 5 in A
Major for Violin and Orch., K219.
Heifetz; London Philharmonic,
Barbirolli.
BEETHOVEN Sixth Symphony.
B.B.C. Symphony Orch., Tosca-
nini..
MOZART: Sonata No. 24 in C
Major for Violin and Piano, K.
296. Nathan Milstein, Artur Bal-
sam. All Graduate Students in-
vited. Silence is requested.
Journal Club: 8:15 p.m., East
Lounge, Rackham Building. Jer-
ome Wilkinson and Abraham Be-
zanker will speak on Symbolism.
Students ind Faculty of the
Geology and Geography Depart-
ments are invited to a Student-
Faculty Hour, 4-5 p.m., Thurs.,
April 22, Russian Tea Room,
Michigan League.
4International Center weekly tea:
4:30-5:30 p.m., Thturs., April 22.
Hostesses: Mrs. E. H. Redman and
Mrs. M. T. Crapsey.
A legal aptitude test: 3:30 p.m.,
Room 120, Hutchins Hall. The test
is for students planning to attend
a law school but anyone interest-
ed is invited: there is no charge.
The test is sponsored by the
Michigan Crib and the Michigan
Law School.
Phi Delta Kappa, National pro-
fessional fraternity in Education,
will hold its Initiation and lunch-
eon in conjunction with Michigan
Schoolmaster's at 12:15 p.m.,
Michigan Union. Member s are
urged to make reservations with
Mr. Lankton at the University
High School.
Sphinx Club: 7:30 p.m., League
Chapel. Tapping and initiation,
and Tag Day plans.
Michigan Sailing Club: Meet-
ing, 7 p.m., Room 311 W. Engi-
neering Building.
Modern Poetry Club: 8 p.m.,
Russian Tea Room, Michigan

YPCM: Executive Meeting,
p.m., Michigan League.

Michigan Dames and guests are
invited to an organ recital by
Frieda and Charles E. Vogan, 8:30
p.m., First Presbyterian church.
Coming Events
Debate: University of Chicago
vs. Michigan State College, 4 p.m.,
Fri., April 23, Kellogg Auditorium.)
Subject: "Resolved that a Federal
World Government Should be Es-
tablished." This debate is the
opening event of the United World
Federalists World Government
College Forum-April 23-5. The
student body and faculty are in-
vited to attend this and the other
sessions of the Forum.
Acolytes: 7:30 p.m., Fri., April
23, West Conference Room, Rack-
ham Bldg. Dr. B. L. Atreya, Pro-
fessor of Philosophy at Benares
Hindu University, will speak on
"Supernormal Factors in Human
Personality." Open to the public.
International Center's classes in
American Ballroom dancing will
not be held this week, due to the
International Ball.
Delta Epsilon Pi, Phil-Hellenic
Fraternity: 7 p.m.; Fri., April 23,
Room 304, Michigan Union.
Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity: 7:30
p.m., Fri., April 23, Room 308,
Michigan Union. All members in-
vited.
Lawyers Guild: Prof. Richard
Watt, University of Chicago Law
School, and Prof. Russell Smith,
University of - Michigan Law
School, will discuss "The Taft-
Hartley Act" from the vantage
point of almost a year of opera-
tion, Fri., April 23, 4 p.m., Room
100, Hutchins Hall. All students
and faculty invited.
APPLICATION PHOTOS
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Ten international seminars, de-
signed to bring together foreign
and American students and out-
standing authorities in social sci-
ences will be held this summer,
under the sponsorship of the
American Friends Service.
Five seminars will be held from
June 25 to Aug. 14, and five from
July 2 to Aug. 21. Three will meet
in New England, three in the
Southwest, three in the Middle
West, and one in the Southeast.
The average cost to the Friends
Committee for each person will
be about $183. Students are asked
to contribute as much toward this
as possible, but scholarships are
available.
Further information can be ob-
tained by writing to the Interna-
tional Service Seminars, American
Friends Service Committee, 20 S.
12 St., Philadelphia.

League. Discussion of Stephen
Spender, poet. Ann Arbor ltws harking back to
LB (m..9Cclude,Yr
dhorse-and-buggy days still stand
N.S.A. Special meeting for all on the statute books waiting in
students interested in the British vain for modern-day culprits to
N.U.S.workprjthviolate them.
N.U.S. w r ioject this summer. "oi n rqethwig
Information on other European "Loud and fretuent howling,
projects will also be presented. barking, yelping, girowling, bleat-
7:30 p.m., Room 231, Angell Hall. ing, braying, cackling, quacking or
Icrowing" by anybody's dogs, cats,
pigs, chickens, sheep, goats, or
Wallace Progressives: 4-5:30 any domestic or farm animal can
p.m., Room 306, Michigan Union, still get the owni into about
April 22. Organizational. Open to $50.00 worth of trouble, accord-
Public.

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.Jeannie Joh/nso t
As a candidate for Student Leg-
islature, I believe that only
through adequate representation
can the student body hope to gain
a voice in the administration of its
own affairs. My qualifications in-
clude: League publicity commit-
tee, Michiganensian, Orientation
advisor, Soph Cabaret.
Val Johnson
A student legislature which
knows the views and needs of the
student body can act most bene-
ficially on the students' behalf.
Being an upper-classman and
having associated intimately with
a large cross-section of the stu-
dents, I feel that I know or can
discover what legislative action
they prefer.
Ton Kelsey
A more active and stronger Stu-
dent Legislature will be my aim
if I am elected as a member of
this body. I will do my best to
make our legislature a true repre-
sentative body instead of a politi-
cal debating society. As qualifi-
cations I was closely associated
with the Student Legislature at
Ohio State University and have
had two years of valuable expe-
rience in the armed forces.
Andy' Klingbeil
Having been in such activities
as inter-house sports, 'Ensian,
Glee Club and Sophomore project,
I now have an active interest in
seeing how our Student Legisla-
ture works instead of just reading
about it. I believe we should make
the students more aware of this
superior student aid offered them
and extend it to the rest of the
schools in the university.

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