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-Daily-Norman Jacobs
above picture shows. the University Marching
g regional television viewers two weeks ago at
, Michigan fans, at least those not in Cham-
ball game against Illinois, will have to be con-*
verage of the game.
WULTS:
cils for Construclion
SCollege Armories

No Mail
Monday
There will be no postal serv-
ice in Ann Arbor next Monday,
Postmaster Oswald J. Koch
announced yesterday.
All deliveries and window
service will be discontinued be-
cause of the Veterans' Day holi-
day. Mail pickup will be made
on the holiday schedule; spe-
cial deliveries will be handled
as usual.
Michigan State
To 'Construct
New Branch
construction will begin next
year on the Oakland branch of
Michigan State University, ac-
cording to John A. Hannah, MSU
president.
Hannah said the branch school,
located near Rochester, Mich., will'
open in the fall of 1959 with an
expected freshman enrollment of
from 500 to 1,000.
In a progress. report presented
to service clubs, Hannah estimated
the enrollment of the four-year
school will range between 5,000
to 10,000 iby 1969.
The school, located on the 1,400
acre Meadow Brook Farm estate
donated to MSU last January by
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Wilson,
will draw students primarily from
Oakland and Macomb counties.
Mr. and Mrs.' Wilson ,also don-
ated $2 million to MSU to be used
in the construction of facilities
for the new branch.
The first two buildings to be
constructed on the campus will be
a three-story classroom building
with 39 classrooms and a one-
story building which will house a
library, laboratories, lecture halls
and offices.
Hannah;said that plans for the
educational program of the branch
"still point toward a program of'
liberal arts with some emphasis
on teacher and engineering train-
ing at theoutset."
The school could develop, into+
"an excellent locale for graduate
work in engineering" because of
the' nearness of industrial facili-
ties, Hannah predicted.

4'

v .construc-
ay.
and larger
puses have
result of a
iring how
in need of

n calls for the
fense and the
i to pay 50 per
count necessary
Ties.
Wichita Air
aid that a pro-
new armory on
s 'is under con-
ding, if erectde
pending legis-

OPEN HOUSES HELD:
SGC Candidates Discuss
'U' Education Standards

lation, would cost approximately
$600,000.
The spokesman mentioned two
factors partially responsible for
such a nationwide constructidn
program. First, colleges do not
have the money to purchase such
a big item as a new armory; sec-
ond, that most army and air force
officers come from ROTC pro-
grams.
Saginaw Votes,
For College'
Creation of a "Tri-county" col-
lege district has been approved by
voters in, the areas of Saginaw,
Midland and Bay City.
Saginaw county voted 10,682 for
the proposal, to 3,263 against. In
Midland, the vote was 3,696 in
favor to 2,511, and in Bay City,
5,521 in favor to 4,939 opposed.

(Continued from Page 1)
houses. He said SGC should work
with the administration in meet-
ing the University's needs and
tuggested that television be exam-
ined as a possible solution.
Grumbling Emphasizes Honor
Systelp
Virgil Grumbling, '58, empha-
sized the honor system. At the
Cheever open house he said the
only way to determine its value is
to try it. The idea of sampling stu-
dent opinion is good, he said, but
how will students know whether
they like it or not unless they try
it.
He queried, it works in engineer-
ing and medical schools so why
not in the literary college and the
other schools?
Jo Hardee, '60, a present mem-
ber of SGC, advocated educational
television as a solution to rising
enrollments. She warned, how-
ever, at Monday's Zeta Beta Tau
open house that instructors should
be chosen very carefully and stu-
dents should have the right to
help decide who would appear and
what courses would be taught by
the method,
She also suggested at the Cou-
zens open house that a tutorial
program be introduced. "Students
in it would do most of their study-
ing on their own, attending per-\
haps one lecture a week." They
would 'work on outside research
projects and meet regularly with
the course's faculty advisor, she
explained.
Koster Focuses on Cooperation
Don Koster, '59, focused on co-
operation, urging -that SGC work
closely with the faculty and ad-
ministration on academic prob-
lems. He said there is need for
more progress and the basic steps
should not be halted. +
Linda Rainwater, '60, said she'd
College
Roundup
Divisional courses for Pomona
College seniors have been launched
as an answer to the contention
that college educations are becom-
ing too specialized.
A $1,000,000 grant from the Car-
negie Foundation' has. been re-
ceived by the Claremont, Calif.
college to establish 'the courses
for a three-year-program Three
such courses will be offered, one
in each of the college's three divi-
sions-humanities, social sciences,
and physical science.
The cqurses will concentrate on
raising questions in the student's
mind, rather than on giving him
all the answers according to a
Pomona administrator.
* * *
A major revision of the arts and
sciences curriculum, the first such
revision in many years, has occur-
red at Boston College.
The revision includes the study
of philosophy in the freshman year
and continuing throughout the
student's four years in college.
All students will be required to
take thecore liberal arts program
in English, language, philosophy,

rather wait until the committee
report came out before taking a
stand on the proposed honors pro-
gram. She backed the early publi-
cation of exam schedules and at
the Sigma Phi Epsilon open house
Miss Rainwater said she would
alike to see more controversial
speakers brought to campus.'
During the Panhellenic open
house she suggested that one or
two student members take part in
the planning of curriculums. Stu-
dents might help set up classes
that aren't already offered by-the
University:
Wise Suggests Plan
A general course similar to Co-
lumbia University's "Contempor-
ary Civilizations" required of
freshmen was suggested by SGC
candidate Mort Wise, '59. This
would avoid the trend towards
complete departmentalization he
said.
At another open house, he sug-
gested that the University provide
more funds for ooth in and out-
state students. Amplifying his
comments for The Daily, he said
the funds would not all be di-
rect scholarships, and emphasized
that the money could be loaned
out. The source, he hoped, would
be alumni, business and the state.
"Just because a person doesn't
have the money to go to school,
he shouldn't be denied the right,"
Wise declared,.
Claims Evaluation Poor
Lis Wurster, '60, told The Daily
that "evaluation of faculty mem-
bers is very poor.' She suggested
that students get together to evalu-
ate a course and then draft a re-
port. She also advocated student
participation in faculty evalua-
tion of courses.
An honors system she said, was
too idealistic.
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Ciy Drive
Nears Goal
N asAnn Arbor United Fund offi-
cials announced yesterday that
they thought the local drive would
reach 92 per cent of its $332,446
goal.
As of yesterday drive totals had
reached 92 per cent.
Directors of the Community
Chest decided to delay considera-
tion of what is to be done with
these funds until \ their Dec. 5
meeting.
The total collected in the drive
is $272,480. Agencies which de-
pend on the fund for support will
have their budgets cut if the drive
fails to achieve 100 per cent of
its goal.
Three divisions of the drive
have exceeded their gioal: utilities,
St. Joseph Hospital and construc-
tion.
The University has reached 71.6
of its $76,400 goal

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