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_ ___ ___ __THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FREDAY, AP

Candidates' Statements

representative organization. En-
lightenment and cooperation will
be my purposes."
James Mcllhenny
During the past semester I have
been vitally interested in the
seeming lack of actual student
representation in Student Govern-
ment of the campus. With the sin-
cere hope of remedying this sit-
uation in some small way I there-
fore propose not to act as a free
agent in matters of student pol-
icy but rather as the representa-
tice of those who elect me.

IDon McNeil
I seek to make the Student Leg-
islature a more representative
group, insofar as I can express
the opinions of the segment of the
Student body desiring self-govern-
ment. My immediate objectives
are beer in the Union, a women's
swimming pool, and freedom for
student political groups to com-
paign.
James Miller
Discerning liberalism is the
platform I advocate. Liberalism
because many changes are needed
on our campus, but discerning be-
cause the wrong change has often
been pursued.
Vital is the need for careful
planning, but essential to achiev-
ing a better university is the stim-
ulation of stagnated conservatism
and the deterring of wild radical-
ism.
John Montrose
We students at the University,
possess a definite apathy toward
the traditions and normal chan-
nels of college life. The Student
Legislature can aid in combating
this condition. To this end I offer
my candidacy wtih the qualifica-
tion of a great enthusiasm to work
for this purpose.
Allan Neef

mittee, and am also Athletic Di-
rector of Greene House.
Duane Nueceterlein
If elected to Student Legisla-
ture, I would strive for more stu-
dent voice in campus policies, spe-
cifically food costs in the quad-
rangles. M y qualifications arel
president of Williams House.
member of West Quad Council,
West Quad food committee and a
charter representative on the As-,
sociation of Independent Men.
Delores Olsen
Activities: Michigan Daily, IRA,
Soph Cabaret and NSA Commit-
toe.
The existing student apathy is a
pressing situation confronting the
legislature. My experience, deal-
ing with this and other campus
problems, should enable me to
serve actively on the Legislature
and to promulgate the NSA doc-
trines to meet and fill more stu-
dent needs.
Phil Par.enter
I have served on student repre-
sentative bodies; at Howe Mili-
tary School I edited the school
paper. Having served with the
Navy overseas I entered their Uni-
versity, joined the debate squad,
and took an interest in campus
affairs. My program is for a
broader popular base in decision
of student policy.
Dorothy Priestley
The first and most important
duty of any legislature is to rep-
resent those who have elected

him, be it the people of the Unit- Oo Sands
ed States or as in this case, the
students of the University of I believe that the students of
Michigan. If elected, no matter this University are capable of far
what the issue, my main purpose more self-government, both indi-
w ould be to represent you-the vidually and in their affilated
students of this campus. groups, than they are now permit-
Shirley Richardson ted. And I feel that Intelligent
Ilccooperation between the faculty
I feel qualified as a candidate and the student body is one of the
for Student Legislature because of fundamentals necessary for suc-
my campus activites and interest cessful student government. If
in student affairs. On campus I elected I will try to further these
have participated in League com-
mittees. Soph Cabaret, and Michi- policies.
ganensian staff. If elected. I will Sam Schaefer
devote my time and effort for the I am a Senior in the college of
good of all students as their repre- L.S.& A. I feel qualified to repre-
sentative. sent the student body because of
Dole' Rink my past participation in all-cam-
I will honestly do my best to pus and fraternity activities. If
represent the student body in the elected I will make a sincere and
various problems which arise and honest attempt to interpret carn-
especially in trying to limit much pus opinion and reflect this opin-
of the red tape which is so re- ion to the Student Legislature.
straining to many of our activities.
I have attended the University .e
for three years and am familiar ' Discussion of issues vital to this
with our type of student govern- I campus should be the main func-

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ment. I feel I am capable andf
willing to represent you in all pos-
sible ways.
John Ryder
I ani a Sophomore in L.S.& A.
Since my transfer here from To-
ledo University last summer Ij
have followed the activities of the
Student Legislature. An intense
interest in campus activities and
in the welfare of the student body
is what I offer. If elected, I will
do my best to promote construc-
tive action by the Legislature.

tion of Student Legislature. I be-
lieve I could help create a legisla-
ture which would really be the
voice of the students. Activies:
Michigras Central Committee,
Michifish President, WAA Board,
Women's Pool Campaign Chair-
man, Gamma Phi Beta Secretary,
1947 J-Hop and Michigras Pub-
licity.
Richard Schultz
Participating in University ac-
tivities here on Michigan's cam-
pus for the past two years, I feel
I know the feelings and attitudes
of a great many students toward
the University and its activities.
My platform consists of two
points: 1) To help the Student
Legislature to run more efficient-
ly; and 2) To develop a more per-
sonal relationship between the un-
dergraduate student and the fac-
ulty.
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As a Senior in L.S. and A. and a
candidate for a Masters Degree in
Business Administration, I have
had experience with campus ac-
tivities. At present I am an active
member of Alpha Kappa Psi, the
Greene House Council, the Co-
Recreational Sports Night Com-

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