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SAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 4,
University Tightens Control
Over Lane Hall Speakers

1954
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t l ,t ,1 .1.. U FI I .0 ""' ~~ Ivr I' . and the student religious groups
Governors has been named to dis- meeting in Lane Hall should .
cuss the new policy with Dean have the freedom to decide on
The South and West Quadran- Walter. The committee is headed the speakers coming to address
fles will be hooked together on one by Prof. William Frankena of the their regular religious meetings
nain switchboard in the new South philosophy department. and their programs.
Quadrangle, Leonard A. Schaadt, "Since I came to Lane Hall as
assistant to the Business Manager To Baldwin the announce- director these matters have been
>f the Residence Halls, announced ment of the new policy "carme decided by the student groups in
resterday. as a surprise. Ever since its es- consultation with the *religiously
This system will go into effect tablishment in 1937, SRA has trained staff in Lane Hall.
next fall. The telephone company prized the freedom allowed to
iat asured the edene hmalls carry out its religious program. "This change seems to me.
hat this switchboard, deup of It has been recognized that SRA to infringe directly on the free-
ive smaller switchboards, should dom. which should be allowed
fivesmalerswichbords shuldreligious groups, and it takes
be sufficient to cope with all calls. Group Offers away the crown of educational
Connected with this combined and ethical values of leaving to
switchboard will be a few more 1 h r the students the responsibility
direct tie lines to the switch- ,e olarsiups and imlications of their own
boards in the New Women's, choice."
Dorm. These tie lines will be the Applications for Glee Club Don Haskell, '51, president of
only improvement of the wom- scholarships, which are available SRA, also expressed opposition to
en's dorm phone system. to any male student with a full the new policy. "One of the main
When asked about the feasibility time schedule and satisfactory purposes of the SRA and Lane
>f putting student phones in on grade average, will be accepted Hall is to make the underlying re-
separate extensions, like the sys- until May 15. ligious values in problems of stu-
tem used by the University ex- Preference will be given to needy dent concern evident," he said.
change, Schaadt replied that the students who have contributed "Activities to this end are car-
nain difficulty would be that the their time, efforts and talents to ried on under the auspices of the
students, by dialing an outside line, extra-curricular activities. Musical SRA council which is responsible
night use these phones for long ability is not a prerequisite. to the Lane Hall staff and the
listance cals. The residence halls Applications should be.addressed Board of Governors of Lane Hall.
would be unable to check these to: Chairman--Glee Club, Award We 'feel that we have operated
calls until the cumulative phone Fund Committee, 1020 Administra- carefully within this pattern un-
bill arrived about a month after tion Bldg. der a board chosen because of
the regular school year ended. The awards will be announced at their experience in religious mat-
Schaadt also added that the the Glee Club banquet May 24. ters."
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Dorm are being studied, and that
as soon as there are sufficient
funds, improvements will be made.
____________Motner ]knows h e -
Advisor Plan Gifts come from
Draws Crowd
The newly-formed Student Ad-
visors Program had a large turn-
out yesterday in contrast to the
poor showing of the previous week. -
This program, which is spon- 0Ea
sored by the Student Legislature=Fie
in conjunction with the literary 1-ee ace
college, will be held each Thurs-17-Jewel Watches
day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in 1209 v ELGĀ®N
Angell Hall. Qualified students U"b E G
from every department will be 5
available at that time to give stu- fl75
dents information on various 1 from 3373
courses, and to help them with '
their electionstfor nexthsemester. BUDGET TERMS AT LI
Alan Berson '52, director of the NO ADDED COST
program, stated that he Was very -
satisfied with yesterday's turn-
out, which was estimated at morev
than 80 people. He said that they
expected a larger crowd next o 2A
Thursday. ii F
Any students who can not come - MOTHER'S DAY FOR FINE JEWELRY
at the specified time may makeMA 1thFRINJE LY
special appointments by contact- Main at Washington
ing Berson at 203 Wenley House,
West Quadrangle. . . O AK K) >)- K) t }.>{ 0 >QC

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SOX
6 pair $1.90
35c per pair.. .
ceiling price 75c per pair
BRIEFS
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49c each.
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Undershirts
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spectfully suggest that you can listen
much better if you cycle out to the
country on one of our rented bicycles.
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and Plenty Khaki and Grey Pants
and 1001 Other Surplus Buys
SALE PRICES SALE PRICE
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