1966-04-22; Central Michigan Life
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Central ie 46, Number 25 <>^ CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN April 22, 1966 • ousin yestici by Peggy Gekas Liie Copy Editor rlescluticns calling for :he extension c: v.-rrr.-n s hours vrere s~r.: :o hie Executive Housing Ccur.oh by the Associated Werner. Students Ceur.c:. and Student Senate this Both resolutions recommend change in senior women's hours from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. on ;.-s and Saturdays a n d ■Q r>- - -| 11 VO y-, -r^ , — .- ' SUE DAWE, Alpha Gamma Delta, and Sue Woodman, Sigma Kappa were named I Greek Women of the Year while Dan Derezinski, Tau Kappa Epsilon was named Greek Man of the Year Sunday night at the Greek Week Sing. (See story on page 11). 'Outstanding Accomplishment' Chemical Central's Department As unaays. AWS' recommendation stipulated t h a t the change be made for women with 85 or more hours, externees returning f;r the weekend, guest graduates of CMU and w:m~n 21 vears of ase or over. Acting en the AWS resolutions, the Executive Housing Council has decided to send out questionnaires to every woman living in dorms. The questionnaire will state the resolution and ask whether or not the women are in favor of it. Carole Koslosky. past AWS president, said the resolutim was based on questionnaires aire She already s* The American Chemical Society, the largest group of scientists in the world, has voted to accept CMU's chemistry department for membership. The chemistry department is the only department on campus that belongs to a national organization. "I think this is the most outstanding accomplishment of the (chemistry) department in years," says Dr. Malcolm Fil- son, chemistry department chairman. "Now we will be recognized by the major uni versities and industries for having an outstanding chemistry department," he continued, Before a college or university can be accepted into membership by the Society, it must have a major percentage of the chemistry professors holding Ph.D.'s, have certain chemistry books in the library and have up-to-date teaching standards. Another requirement is that the department have an unofficial affilate chapter started before membership acceptance. Um Johnson Is Morgan leadership Award Winner John H. Johnson, Mount IPleasan* junior, has been seated recipient of the annual IDavid H. Morgan Leadership (ward at Central. Johnson was selected by a student-faculty committee to receive the award which annually goes to the sophomore w Junior who has best dis- j%ed "true and sustained pdership" in campus activi- 'les. Recipients must also haye a grade average of "B" or better. Johnson, a graduate of Jount Pleasant Sacred Heart Academy, served as vice present of Central's student body on numerous committees at Central, including the President's Advisory Council. Johnson, who was a candidate for the student body presidency, plans to go to law school after graduation. Johnson is a political science major and speech minor of a liberal arts curriculum with a grade point average of 3.5. J. M. Howard. A.C.S. Committee on Professional Training secretary, said in a letter to President Judson W. Foust, "Your students who have majored in chemistry and who have fulfilled the minimum requirements for professional education as adopted by the Society, are eligible for admission as members of the Society following graduation and after two years of experience in the field of chemistry." "ACS is the largest such organization in the world and its recognition is highly coveted," Said Filson. Central now has more than 70 students majoring in chemistry and some 160 working toward chemistry minors. CMU. Alma College, Wayne State University, Albion College and Western Michigan University are the only schools in Michigan that fulfill the Society's membership requirements. aid. tne response was good, but she does not feel that the response will be as great if a questionnaire is sent to every woman. Student S e n at e. however. after a 45 minute debate Monday night, passed a resolution which asked for a change involving women with an accumulation of 55 hours. Senate was divided in opinion on whether or not the women on Central's campus w ere interested enough to have their hours changed and whether or not the recommendation should call for the complete abolishment of all hours. Senator Bob Houtrow. who introduced the resolution, says that he has asked himself the question, "Why cannot women students go out for a walk at 2 a.m. or for a breath of fresh air or a cup of coffee?" He said that he has not received adequate answers to this question. Houtrow said the response from Lee Polley. director of housing, was, "Women are the weaker sex." Houtrow asserts that a woman walking home at 12:50 p.m. can also be attacked. "Possibly a woman shouldn't be walking the streets at 2 a.m.. but I contend that this is her own decision." Houtrow said. Polley, Executive Housing Council chairman, said he objects to the one hour difference on Sundays because of health reasons. He says since dorms will close an hour later, students will be tired for their Monday meriting classes. He claims that this is one of the reasons for the ntononucleous cases that the health center is dealing with now. Citing another reason why he was not in favor of the proposed change in hours. Polley said. "Every student ought to feel that somebody cares. If we would say girls could come in when they wanted to. that would mean we didn't care. We feel a responsibility." Michelle Gnmaldi. AWS up- perclass representative, said tke abolishment of hours should be done gradually, and the opinion of parents should be taken into consideration. Gene Ragland. student body president charged that the women were brainwashed. He said they don't challenge or question the rules: they cannot see what they need. «-r;#"3?_r-^®2^Sr-_.r- -I Inside Life I Page Page 3 S Page 2 - Editorials Columnists Greekweek Educations Insights University Senate Student Draft Look at New SB President Sports is 1 Page 8 Page 11 Page 13 Page 14-15 this year and was president of tlls freshman and sophomore c|asses, ., A member of the CMU delate team for two years, he won over 20 awards in nation- j1 ar>d state speech competition, For three yearSj he has jrved as coach of Sacred fleart Academy's debate team. . «e has also been delegate '° we Michigan Association of foment Governments and the national Conference of Christ- ans and Jews and has served B_fiS KZJ UOOT! .;:*vA^A*l% John Johnson Central has received a grant of $170,983 from the Educational Television program of the United States Office of Health, Education and Welfare for the purchase of transmission and production equipment to activate Channel 14. Total amount of money raised by the University and the Federal grant totals $263,- 000. This money will be used to begin televising from the University's new UHF Station. It is hoped that the University will be telecasting approximately five hours a day by the first of the year, according to Dr. Wilbur E. Moore, vice president of academic affairs, under whose general area of responsibility the telecasting will be done. Studios for the new channel will be located in the ground floor of Anspach Hall. Telecasting is expected to be carried over a 30-mile radius. The new station is expected to carry some of the educational programs that originated at CMU and have been carried by area commercial television stations, as well as community type programs, possibly a tie into local commercial stations by relays, educational programs for credit and general university programs. Some of the more specific types of programs planned include university reports, music, drama, concerts, art, athletics, speech, science and history. The nature of some of the area or community type of programs include those dealing with social security, agriculture, soil, farm bureau and community reports. Much of the money raised by the University as matching funds have come from the Alumni and friends of the University in the form of donations and gifts. The TV antenna was a gift of the Ger- r i t y Broadcasting Company and local oil trucking transported it to the CMU campus.
|Title||1966-04-22; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Friday, April 22, 1966 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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