1967-06-29; Central Michigan Life
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"'■:. menta, leavei of abeence as applied to tenure, as aoon as poaaible on 100 appointed Dr. Curtla Naih dean of the School taaaata. ; of Education for the yean 1067-M and lOftS-60 Da^«aap-plaM and aperifiratloni for an > and rejected a University Senate recommen- patty Center (more or leas dation. . .present facilities). f . the recommendation asked that a profes- of Rofler Allen and Aaaodates sor be permitted to dismiss class to attend a _—^p^^WhbvY.plans and specifications professional meeting when approved by the _■ the apartments. (Ihay have been previously department chairman. ithorised forth* Residence Hall Complex and Bee—TRUfTEES—Pace 2 , M m In approximately It months, new library more than dou- _ wi|l, be located to^S- ipiu facmg VranUm St. be- ~ Rd. and Grawn State Administrative approved state funds for construction within days the deadline for too expir- ition of construction bids rhich wars taken late in April Bids were well below the estimates and it was leered a re-bid would result higher costs. Ihe $4,282,000 four-story icture will have a capacity 815,000 volumes. The Clarke >rical Library will be loused on the fourth floor. Low bidder on the general itract is Miller Davis Com- The State Legislature ap- $75,000 for planning the ibrary in 1988 and followed 'ie appropriation in 1886 with additional $780,000 to start The balance of ie state'! participation in the ~ cost was requested by the Jniversity in the l»67-«8 bud- let Federal funds in the tount of $1 million to assist construction costs were con- irmed this April through the "igher Edueation Facilities et of 1983. Musicians Prepare For Final Concert The 238 students participating in the two-week High School Music Camp are preparing for their final concerts wiiich will be held Saturday in Warriner Auditorium. The orchestra and Gold; Band will perform at-1:30 pjn. and the chorus and Maroon Band at 4 pan. ., Dr. Ernest Sullivan, chairman of the Alma College music department^ will conduct the camp chorus;while the. orchestra will be under the direction of Dr. Paul flillwerth, director of the CMU erchestra. „. Conductors of the Maroon and Gold Bands axe Dr. Norman Diets, director of the CMU Wind Ensemble and Alfred Marco, director of the East Detroit High School Band, respectively. 26 per cent to 2,919 Summer enrollment, is up 126 per cent from last year according to George N. Lauer, (registrar. The final enrollment figures total 2,919 as compared [to 2,325 in 1988. Jy v;,-/. Included in the enrollment [are 150 freshman, 141 sopho- [ mores, 322 juniors and 843 % Column -—...—page 2 Sporta • .r^iUi. page 8 Picture Story ..... page 4 seniors. There are 1,362 in graduate studies as compared to 1,094 last summer. The number of special students and guests is 101. ; Lauer pointed out that for the past two years the enrollment of juniors and seniors had remained relatively stable, This year, senior enrollment is up by 157 and junior enrollment by $9. He remarked that this could be accounted for to a great degree by the pressure created by the proposed now teacher certification Jcode, The codk now undo* consideration, would stiffen requirements for .those now teaching or planning to .teach. '•.,<•. By Male Harpist Gerald Goodman, troubador- harpist, will .perform tonight at 8 pjn. in Warriner Auditorium as part of the Artists Course Series. He is billed as "the only man who sings and accompanies himself on a "concert harp" and has concertized widely throughout the US'and Canada, making appearances with leading orchestras in Carnegie Hall. Accompanied by Mary Lou Robinson, instructor in music, Goodman will feature selections from Voices in the Wind, XVI century court dances, French folk songs, five preludes, American folk ballads and from, the American Musical Theater. The program is free and open to the public. RAINS CAME DOWN on flat haods of 874 their iamlHea on Juno 10 daring flit outdoor VVflBuBamSsOBoBflBeV SI^MxgJMftfA sSa9HBe9^8* ZSauaSaraBnl MHMf wZsBr1 ■snaas stfsm^s^sm^i^sr^tr^s^twsmnwt^g ^^BJV^^FW^BiBi WK^ememtmsmw ^FaW'^^v^BseP ew, SJOT -VS^^Bf ond sttttlod os nor classmKries Extended Almost Twenty-one is still the magic number. If a student is at least 21 years of age at any time during the semester or term, he will be permitted to live in other than approved housing according to the latest word from the Housing Office. However, this is providing that parental approval has been filed with the Housing Office prior to the beginning of the semester or term if the student is under 21 years of age. President Judson W. Foust has approved this change in policy, which has immediate effect. '.•; -.'■ ." If a student can meet one of the following qualifications, he may also live inuuappioyed housing: 1) Graduate student 2) Married student living with spouse ' v </>'« . 3) Living at home or with relatives ^ 4) Taking six hours of credit or less and employed full time in the area." ' ,;*¥$': \ X '". ^ Budget May Trigger Tuition Hike by PAUL BAZELEY Life Staff Writer Will tuition be raised in the fall? As yet this question has not been answered. A great deal will depend on the austerity budget which, if , adopted, could make operating funds available to the University scarce. If this should occur, the possibility of higher tuition to make up any cuts in the financial situation may become a reality. In 1966, a $2,461,922 or 16.8 per cent of the operating funds of the University came from tuition and fees; The major source of operating capital, $5,502,658 or 3tS>r cent came from state appropriation ■v i- through the state legislature. The rest of^the funds were made up from gifts and grants, departmental activities, investment, income and a variety of other smaller sources. It is unlikely that there will be any significant increase in these areas. If the legislature cut back oh the appropriations, the only logical area in which the funds could be made up is tuition and fees. Most of the 1966 funds were spent on instruction, that is, the direct cost of .teaching. These amounted to $4,552,668 or 31 per cent of the expenditures. In all 71.1 pet cent of total University funds were spent on general' and • educa- , tional operations of the school. Of the total cost of all operations, $195,034; was left at the end, of the year from the total amount of operating funds obtained for that year. t App/f^ati ong NsKwisary For Summer Degree* Graduate students who hope to receive a degree at the close of the six weeks summer session or the post sessions, 1967, must file an application for the degree immediately. A. copy of the application may be obtained in the graduate office, Warriner 103.
|Title||1967-06-29; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Thursday, June 29, 1967 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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