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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1950

THE MTCHTEAN4i AT.V UDY,?OEMEI9,15

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Student Publications
1. S. Brown, Grad.
"In running for re-election to, the Board of Student Publirations,
I feel that the experience I nave had on the Board in the past year
and previously as Daily sports editor and co-managing editor and as
a staff member of the 'Ensian is highly important. I have attempted
to represent the student point of view in the year I have served on
the Board and will continue to do sc; if re-elected.
Phil Dawson, Grad.
Experience in publications and student government is the main
qualification for members of the board in control of student publica-
tions. I have served on the Daily as editorial director and managing
editor, and am now a member of the Men's Judiciary Council. My aim
is to help maintain and improve the high quality of the student publi-
cations, and to represent effectively the interest of the student body
in their publications.
Al Friedman, '52
I believe the basic pohcies of the board are very satisfactory and
would enjoy the work of carrying out these policies. I feel that my
past work on the Dally staff would be of some value in Board work.
Ned Hess, '51E ,
The Board has an important part in the success of the various
campus publications. I am sincerely interested in working with these
organizations, and my past experience in campus activities qualifies
me, I believe, for the position.
Jares Jans, Grad
During the p year, as a bo va merber, I have sunnorted th(-
'Ensian, Daily, and Gargoyie staff recommendations on every major
issue. In seeking reelection, I wish co continue this policy of keeping
the direction of the -publications ofrnm tely in sturd-nt hands. My ore-
vious experience indicates tht I have the ability to carry out 1hi:
pol7' ----fully, for I have or- -1ne year on the Board in Con-
trol and in the Student Legislature, being SL president for a term.
* * * *
Hugh Quinn, '51
As a former member-of both the D-}}y and 'Ensian staffs, I feel
that I am qualified to serve on the Board in Control of Student Publi-
cations. I am intere;*..'in ti- work of the Board and in seeing tnat
the student viewpoint is seen ard carrieir out at the Board meetings.
* * * *
Ron Seavoy, '53
(No statement)
Roger Wellington, '51E
It is my belief that to be an effective student member of the Board
in Control of Studen' Publications a candidate must have a thorough
knowledge of the working of that group and the intent with which it
op3rates. This can only be gained from long experience on the member
publications. T have been connected with Student Publications for
three years, serving as Business Manager of the 1950 Daily, Business
Manager of the 1950 Summer Daily, Frfor 1950-51 Student Directory
and editor of the 1950 Summer Student Directory. It is my firm belief
that all Student Publications should remain as independently student
operated as possible at all times.

Tom Anton, '53
1. no 2. yes 3. no opinion 4.
yes 5. yes
I want to serve on SL because I
feel this is one way in which I may
be of service to the students on
campus.
* * *
Kala Aronoff, 54 *
1. yes 2. yes 3. no 4. yes 5. yes
I desire to serve on SL in order
to bring into the open the com-
blaints and desires of the students.
I have decided that all talk and no
action is useless. The only way to
get action is to, become an active
voice and worker for the students
in their legislature.

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Questions
The Daily asked the 57 candidates for the Student Legislature
five questions pertaining to issues currently confronting student gov-
ernment. Beneath their names appear their answers to the questions,
indicating the line of action they intend to take on the issues if they
are elected.
1. Should the Student Legislature request the University to place
a time limit on fraternities for eliminating discriminatory clauses
with the understanding that after the time is up, University recogni-
tion of any fraternity which still has such a clause will be withdrawn,
forcing the fraternities' local chapter off campus? Yes, No, No Opinion.
2. Federal rent controls expire Dec. 31 of this year. Should the
Student Legislature sponsor a campaign to get the Ann Arbor City
Council to pass a rent control law under the local option clause in the
Federal law? Yes, No, No Opinion.
3. Should affiliated and independent house groups be represented
on the Student Legislature in proportion to the number of students
in each group? Yes, No, No Opinion
4. The Student Legislature is reviewing the general value, purpose
and success of Tug Week Do you favor the continuation of the Fresh-
man-s-homore rivalry week? Yes, No, No Opinion.
5. Do you favor a long Thanksgiving week-end holiday, at the ex-
pense-of subtracting a day each from the Christmas and Spring vaca-
tions to make up for the two days lost by granting the Thanksgiving
holiday? Yes, No, No Opinion.
Starred candidates are those who completed satisfactorily the
important candidate training program.
Double-starred candidates are incumbents.

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Student Posts

4

Ken Babcock, '53
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Y

Yes

In high school my interest was
aroused in Student Government
as I served on my high school
governing body for several years.
Student Legislature at Michigan
therefore, is the natural field in
which I should be most interested
and the field in which I should
continue my extra-curricula work.
Robert Baker, '52 BAd *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No Opinion 4.
Yes 5. Yes
I am interested in the work of
the Student Legislature, which I
feel is the most important body on
campus.
- *' * *
Robert Bard, '53 *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. No 5. No
1 wish to become a Student Leg-
islature member so that I might
be able to help in some small way,
to realize the ideal of a militant
Student Legislature, and be able
to accurately represent and carry
out the will of the student body.
* * *
Keith Beers, '52E
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No Opinion 4.
No 5. Yes'
I desire reelection, that I may
continue to fa-ly represent on dis-
crimination, s p e k e rs bans,
Thanksiving, etc, and put a
year's experience on the bookstore
sub-committee, and as SL's sum-
mer president, to work as TDirecto,
of Better Bus>_ss Burca and
Campus Prices Sub-Committee in
attempting tc bring student dollars
a better deal.
Dave Belin, '51 BAd
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5.
Yes
Because the internal organiza-
tion of the Student Legislature is
dangerously behind its vastly ex-
panded power and prestige, the
primary reason for my seeking re-
election is to continue working to
close this gap, making use of past
experience in student government,
other campus activities, and over-
seas army coordination work.
Lee Benjamin, '52
1. No 2. Yes 5. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
I would like to hln er "- 'e the
unjust criticism directed at Stu-
ent Legislature and want to make
,ur student government a more in-
tegral part of university life. Not
enough students re-line that only
through their interest and willing-
ness to participate can Student
Legislature truly reflect campus
opinion.
Phil Berry, '52 BAd *
1. No Opinion 2. Yes 3. No 4.
Yes 5. Yes
My two years experience with
SL can best be utilized to increase
and improve the value of SL in
representing the student body of
this educ'ational community, if 1
3m permitted n policy-making po-
7ition in both administrative and
substantive r-ttrs.
* * *
Alan Berson, '52 *
1. No 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. Yes 5.

official capacity the work I am
now doing in connection with the
Literary College Conference. This
is the student group that meets
regularly with the Deans an- de-
partment heads to decide upon
specific improvements in the cur-
riculum and student-faculty rela-
tions.
* * *
Gene Bohi, '53
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
The reason I wish to serve on
the Student Legislature is that I
wish to be a representative of the
student body for things ihich they
desire to have done. I feel that I.
have the tirr and ability to do
this satisfactorily.
* *
Margee Brewer, '52
1. No 2. No Opinion 3. Yes 4.
Yes -5. Yes
I would like to serve on SL be-
cause I am interested in being on
the inside of such an organization
so that I might be able to help
represent a certain segment of the
campus.
* * *
Rosemary Brown,''52 Ed
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
I am sincerely interested in stu-
dent government, and I want to
take an active part 'n stur 'nt leg-
islatĀ° n. I want to serve on SL
because I believe that it is the
most important -rvoun on this cam-
pus, and t'at only through "_can
student opinion be adequately rep-
resented.
Stan Brown, '52
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
I wish to further the work of
the SL. I am nprticiilarly interest-
ed in realizing a long Thanksgiv-
ing weekend, relieving dormitory
telephone congestion, finding a
practical solution '. the liquor
problem of those over 21, and in
bringing the SL closer to the stu-
dents and the University adminis-
tration.
* * *
Dave Cargo, '51
. Yes 2. Yes 3. No Opinion 4.
Yes 5. Yes
I wish to serve on because
I want to work to better and im-
orove conditions for the people
here on campus. I also desire the
experience of the work.
Uerb Cheston, 'S
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No 4. No 5. Yes
It's an election-and only if we
seat on SL hardworking, dynamic
individuals who can really under-
stand and readily express student
opinion, will we ever have forceful
student government. I pledge my
time, my efforts, my strength to-
wards rmkin' 5c the '-nrte of

powerful democratic studc-- self-
'rule.
* * *

Euth Cocoves,
1. No 2. Yes 3. No

'52
4. Yes 5. No

I am interested in serving, pri-
marily, because I believe in the
aims of SL. I feel that I am cap-
able of making a definite contri-
bution in strengthing SL on cam-
pus in order that it may fulfull,
more effect' ,-'v, th-e aims.
Susan Craig, '53
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
The work of Student Legislature
cannot be underestimated, and I
would like t'- >elp continue to make
this body as effective as possible.
I am especially interested in work-
ing to promote better cooperation
and more intimate relationship be-
tween the students and faculty
members.
Marjorie Creola, '53
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
My reasons for wanting to serve
on the St -JLegilature are pri-
marily to increase the voice of SL
on )us and increase its effec-
tiveness. The students by rip't
should have a voice in their gov-
erning and I would like to serve as
a medium for that i rice.
' .t
Pat Doyle, '52
1. No 2. Y-s 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
Since SL is the most impor-
tant governing gr'ip on campus I
think that they can be the most
successful in fulfilling student's
wishes. t a 'ant I too am in-
terested in such SL projects as
a co-op bookstore, and I would,
like to help in achieving these
aims.
Hugh Fletcher '52 BAd*
1. No 2. No 3. No Opinicn 4.
No 5. Yes
In seeking a position on the Stu-
dent Legislature, I im led primari-
ly by the desire, in serving the best
and continued interests of the stu-
dent body, to see +',e Student Leg-
islature boosted to a position where
it may wield a larger measure of
influence over both the academic

Bill Gay, '53*
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
The Student Legislature is justly
growing in power and importance
on the campus of the University
of Michigan. I would like to work
on this body and help it develop
even further to theeposition which
student gov"rnment should hold
in a university of this kind.
* * *
Bob Grew, '53 *
1. No". Yes 3. No 4. No Opin-
ion 5. Yes
The basic need of the Student
Legislature is increased prestige
and authority. This can be accom-
plished by: (1) an inc-ase in the
number of students voting, and (2)
by concrete accomplishments ac-
hieved by the S. L. These are the
g^'s for which I shall work.
* * * .
Harry Hawkins, '51 BAd
1. No 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. Yes 5. No
If 1 am -_cted I shall attempt
to carry he desires and peti-
tions of i fellow students. My
ultimate d are is to coordinate and
ur'te the efforts of my fellow stu-
dents, for their mutual benefit. Un-
dergraduate as well as the gradu-
ate student. A student body which
is united is strong while a divided
student body, inadequately repre-
sented, is weak.
*. * *
Hal Herman, '52 *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No 4. No Opin-
ion 5. No
I have been listening to student's
gripes for two semesters plus. I
feel that SL is the best way to turn
these gripes into constructive ac-
tion.
Joyce Howard, '52 Ed *
1. No. 2. Yes 3. No 4. No 5. Yes
I would like to be a member
of SL because I have a great in-
terest in activities and govern-
ment, because I think more repre-
sentation of the League and the
women's organizations is needed,
and because I want to have a
part in deciding the policies and
rules made by SL.
Gloria James, '53 *
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
I am running for the Student
Legislature because I believe stu-
dents should participate in shap-
ing their education and that the
Student Government should re-
flect the student's opinions and
ideas. Also I would like to see SL
become the most prominent body
on this campus.
R K. Johnson, '51 BAd*
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. No Opin-
ion 5. Yes
I wish to serve on SL so that
as a representative Michigan stu-
dent I may understand why and
how events happen on campus,
and why SL as a representative
student group does not have wid-
er authority over campus events.
* - -
Jack Kausch, '52 *
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
The removal of fraternity dis-
criminative clauses is a step for-
ward in getting rid of prejudices.
The present time limit for removal
of such clauses will merely streng-
then existing prejudices. The
IFC should be allowed to handle

Engineering President
Walt Dublanica
My qualifications are: President of the Freshman Class, Co-
Chairman of Engineering Open House, Vulcans, Tiiangles and member
of the Engineering Open House. I would like to carry out the specified
duties of class president and second and most important, to carry out
the' duties as class alumni representative of the graduating class.
Chuck Froman
I am running in hopes of promoting better class organization and
of carrying out 4he desires of the majority of the class, determining
these desires by an open class meeting or referendum.
R L* * * *
I am running for president of the Engineering Class of 1951 be-
cause I believe that I can fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the
office well, both now and in the coming years. I have been an officer
of my house, am a member of the Engineering Council Cabinet, and
am Editor of the Michigan Technic.
* * * *
Thirty-two juniors are running for the much coveted J-Hop com-
mittee.
The candidates are:
Barbara Becklev, Joan Beeman, Dan Burlingame, Jack Beyer,
Barbara Blair, Ethel Cada, Doug Cutler, "MAD" Davis, Don Downie,
Carol Eagle, Roger Easton, Abby Funk, Robert Graham, Jack Hamer,
Tulane Itkoff and Janice James
Other candidates are Bernie Kahn, Jim Kemper, Jo Ketelhut,
Bob Lawson, Sandy MacMillan, Elaine Madden, Doris Meyers, Mary
Muller, "Nick" Nichols and Jo Poch.
The list of J-Hop hopefuls ends with Jack Ray, William Sweet,
Dick Tinker, Ann Warnock, Leo Wasserberger and Bruce Woodell.

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Robert Lee, '51 A&D *I
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. Yes 5.j
No
In order to reflect my educa-
cational philosophy and assist
others in shaping their own edu-
catipn through the media of the
student legislature; a basic way
of life.
*1 * *
G. MacDougall, '52 *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. No 5.
Yes
I would like to participate in
SL programs aimed at the re-
moval of discriminatory clauses in
student organization and admis-
sion to the various schools of the
University. I wish to continue my
activities with the National Stu-
dents' Association, of which SL
is a member and which could be
much more effective than at pre-
sent in dealing with student prob-
lems.
* * *
Paul Marx, '53 *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. No
Opinion 5. Yes
At present there is no real stu-
dent government on this campus.
Students are governed for the most
part by the edicts of an authori-
tarian administration. I believe
that the University could better
educate better citizens for the
making of a better society by
making student government mean
government by students. It is to
ward this end that I will work.
Arnie Miller, '51 **
1. No 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. No 5. No
It is my hope to regain my seat
on the Legislature in order to help
solve some of the practical prob-
lems facing the student body, such
as, rent control, merchandise over-
pricing, graduation picture com-
bines, and text book monopolies.
* * *
Gene Mossner, '52 *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No'4. No 5. Yes
The essence of good government
is interested citizens. I believe
that by carrying on this campaign
for SL and also having served
previously on Student Legislatures,
important committees, and in
other administrative capacities
during my first two years of col-
lege, I am qualified to hold the
office. I have always been inter-
ested in government and if elected
I promise to represent the inter-
ests of all the students.
Barbara Ochs, '52
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. No Opin-
ion 5. Yes
I have been working on the Stu-
dent Legislature Better Business
Bureau for the past year and
would like to apply my experience
and interest to the actual running
of the Student Legislature and its
affairs.
Wally Pearson, '53
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
I wish to serve on the Student
Legislature because I would like
to work in establishing a closely
integrated council which would be
made up of representatives from
all student groups. I have gained
valuable experience by working
in other organizations and would
like to put it to good use to make
a closer knitted student body.
Jules Perlherm '52 BAd*

Bob Perry, '53E *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. Yes 5.
Yes
I'd like to serve on the SL
because it would enable me to pre-
sent my views on how to make
our campus a happier place to
live. e.g. An SL book bureau, ex-
panded student book exchange,
long Thanksgiving Day holiday,
better dorm phone service, and
an inexpensive football program.
* * *
John Roach, '53 *
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
I think that the Student Legis-
lature can do much to make their
University more than just a
school. There are, I believe, many
problems such as student living
conditions that should be looked
into with the intention of mak-
ing recommendations to the prop-
er authorities. I would like to
help improve these conditions by
giving my ideas and considering
the ideas of others.
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Bob Roensch, '52E *
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. No 5. Yes.
I would like to serve on the SL
so that I might work to destroy
this misconception prevalent in
this campus: that the SL is more
interested in working on the the-
oretical side of student life, than
for the students directly.
* * *
Jack Rose, '52Ed
(not available for questioning)
On a campus the size of Michi-
gan it is impossible to gain spirit
and organization without a form
of student conducted activities. I
believe the Student Legislature is
doing a fine job in representing
the student body and I would like
to get in on the work and fun in
making Michigan a better place to
go to school.
Irwin Roth, '52 *
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
My desire, to be elected to SL,
is two-fold. First, since I am pre-
paring myself for a career in law
I feel that if elected I shall have
the opportunity to develop char-
acteristics that will aid me in my
endeavor. Secondly, I would like
to see some reforms inaugurated
here on the campus.
* * *
Al Samberg, '52
(Not available for question-
ing.)
Student Legislature is the voice
of the campus. I would like to
serve in the organization for I
sincerely feel that I can help de-
velop it to its full potential. One
improvement that I feel might be
put into practice is the Better
Business Bureau's program for ob-
taining the students' books at re-
duced rates.
* * *
Mark Sandbround, '52
1. No 2. Yes 3. Yes 4. Yes 5. Yes
I desire to serve on the SL in
order to take part in the govern-
ment of the University of Michi-
gan and round out a part of my
liberal arts education.
* * *
Joe Savin, '53 A&D *
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
Through the SL I would like
to see, action taken to remove
questions of race, religion, and
national origin from the appli-
cation blanks to the University

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ta, satin and velvet com-
binations, strapless, jack-
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and up.
DRESSY FROCKS
Or after 5 o'clock. New
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styles, every wanted fab-
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and -up.
DRESSY BLOUSES
Beautiful new shades in
iersey, lamee, crepe and
famous Bobbie Brooks
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SKIRTS
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wools and gabardine, all
colors., $4.98 and up.
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and administrative functions of this problem. They have made
the University. - an honest effort and are succeed-
* * ng in abolishing these clauses.
John Foley, '53 * * *
1. No 2. No 3. No 4. 5. Yes Edwin Kerr, '53
After being a student here, I 1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes
hove lep-ned some of the oroblems to be allowed to serve on SL
of the campus, such a^ the liquor is an honor which I wish to ex-
ban: After talking with other stu- perience for I am interested and
dents and for'-"- "'ig ideas of dif- concerned with the activities of
ferent subjects I have wanted to this body. I have several construc-
take an active part ir student gov- tive plans for the student body
ernment and the -olution of these which I think would be best effect-
uroblems. ed through student office.

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