1962-12-14; Central Michigan Life
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'\ u o9 V§o NUMBER 12 (LIFE Photo) WILL EDS BE BEHIND THE WHEEL OF YOUR CAR DURING THE HOLIDAYS? Just because school dismisses at noosa Wednesday doesn't mean you have to be home by 12:30. ?<"* -i^ZZA- ' 4' By Carla Swensen "If America isn't for everybody, it isn't America." said . v /yn y, Judd Arnett, columnist of the \:fj - fgfyf- Detroit Free Press, in his address on "The Tragedy of Mississippi" Tuesday night. Arnett began by typlifying the mood prevalent in Mississippi before the Oxford incident with a pathetic incident. "A negro child of 13. playing in a truck cab, was shot in ihe stomach when he ran from investigating police. 'Help me!' he cried. 'Don't touch me!' was She reiori -of police." "James Meredith (first negro to enroll at 'Ole Miss') was a brave and courageous man," according to Arnett. As he faced such opposition, "his life was, and still is, in danger." Arnett continued, "Meredith faced opposition from state and local officials based on the tenth amendment to the Constitution." (Powers not delegated to the United States, nor 'A Judd Arnett hounded by his fellow Americans." There, is only one way to bring order to the chaotic south t -u-4. j u +u r< o+;4.„4.;~„ as Arnett sees it. And that :s prohibited by the Constitution, for ^ southern white moder. are reserved to the State.) "But Meredith's claim was a„linlu,r upheld in/ federal court by right n^T„ q „ "^ of the fourteenth." (No state Fist .toi.-Sckiiite ates to take a stand for decency Ld equality. Now, with the possibility that shall make or enforce any law Meredith may leave "Ole Miss" which shall abridge privileges due to V?*™** tension and pre- pf citizens of the United States.) ™udy inadequate training was The real issue of i h e ^ really worth the stmgglein- ; "tragedy" A*-* W,4S ihe Jury and deathjha£«^^ question-of Mississippi's rights Au Yes> says Arnett. this was as a sovereign .state". - the only way for change to .Arnett quoted John Faulkner, come about- . • to exemplify this idea. ' "Most feel that the law of the l$nd brought, the negro to the campus and set off the riots; so there must be something wrong with the law of the land." ■ Federal troops were called in tp halt the rioting that began the night before Meredith's registration on October 2. Arnett encountered a group of state poliGe at an intersection one- half mile from the erupting campus that same night. They were doing nothing to halt vio-% Jence on the campus. "The same breakdown "pi law enforcement was demonstrated by city police the following day in the town-square rioting," he added. James Meredith's first walk on campus was, as.'-AifEiisiS ©5s- pressed, "&n&. kmojiy. aegr© WMtm$ President Judson, W. Foust will give his annual Christmas message at the AWS Christmas Coffee Hour Sunday in the University Center Ballroom. All students and faculty are invited to the coffee hour which is being held from 3 to 5 p.m. A selection 'of Christmas carols will be presented by the Central Singers. Heading the receiving line will be Mrs. Wilbur Moore, Dean D. Louise Sharp, Marie Foerch, president of AWS, Ovid senior, and Carolyn Keith, general chairman of the Christmas coffee hour, Montrose junior. Registration for the spring se- phabetical schedule. Once in- mester will be conducted on the side, the student will find a same plan as the fall registra- fourth entrance station, with all tion, according to Dean George stations being identified by stu- N. Lauer, Registrar. dent number. Therefore, the Students will begin at the student will appear at the sta- Gymnasium, according to al- tion in which his student num- •^ber in included. The Alphabetical Registration Schedule will show the distribution of student numbers among the four stations. Spring Sem.esies Class Schedules will he available for distribution Tuesday at. each of ihe residence halls and in ihe registrar's office. " Seniors, Graduate Students and Honors Scholars will begin registration at 7:45 a.m. Monday, February 4, and will continue throughout the morning. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Specials and Guests - will begin registration a£. 12:45 p.m. Monday, February 4, and coniinue as scheduled- Shrough Wednesday morning, February 6. All new siudenis, boih freshmen and transfers, will register ai 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, February 5. The Alphabetical Registration Schedule is being rotated each semester, so that each student will have an opportunity for an earlier registration during his college program. Instructions and steps to be followed in registration are included in the Class Schedule. Classes begin at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 6. A required Mass Rush Meeting for all CMU women who wish to participate in Spring Formal Rush will take place at 7 p.m., Monday, Jan. 7, in the University Center Ballroom. At this meeting speakers will inform the women of the various phases of sorority life and matters concerning rush. Each sororiiy will have an informative display showing individual group interests. A fee of $1.00 must be paid at this meeting by all women planning to participate in Spring Rush. They will then receive a packet of material including a booklet, "It's Greek To Me", a schedule of the rush parties and cards to be filled out and given to each sorority. To participafe in rush, freshman woman must have a 2.2 over-all average and upper-class women must have a 2.2 over-all average wiih ai least a 2.0 from the previous semester. Women transfer students must have a 2.3 over-all average. All women wishing to participate in Spring Rush but who are unable to attend the required meeting must sign up in Dean L. Sharp's office either before the meeting or within 24 hours after the meeting. The $1.00 fee must be paid at that time. ©©©(to ©rtoaffiaOs St™© § fa* ©ooirattM 'p Listed below are three final examination time changes from the schedule printed in last week's issue of LIFE. Psychology 201:" 8200; 8203 Pratt has changed from W355 io Warriner Auditorium. Sociology 152: 9521; 9523 Hichards has changed from. 10-12 a.m. io 12-2 p.m. Mathematics 151: 6042, 6043; 6045 Wilson Saturday, Jan. 19 from -10-12 a.m. in C 207* This listing was omitted ■ from ihe previous schedule. The complete exam schedule will be published again following, Christmas, .vacation. Student Senate gained a "new look" Monday night by adopting an ordinance to revise its standing-committee structure. The ordinance, originally proposed as an addition to the rules of procedure more than a month ago, was reintroduced by Jim Hasselback as an ordinance so that its effect will continue indefinitely. (Rules of procedure terminate with each administration.) The ordinance designates four would be no duplication and the standing committees—Students new committee would be "a Affairs and Welfare, Education- service to senate itself." Bob al Awareness, Special Projects Burkett, member of the aware- and Events and Budget and ness committee, suggested ap- Finance. pointing a corresponding secre- The new siruciure auto- tary to handle communications, maiically discontinues i h e Later an amendment by .Gassie-McCloihlin to...add the duties of. the proposed committee io the existing awareness committee -.was pass©d wiih a 12-8 vote and 6 abstentions. Hasselback, chairman of the tinued membership in the asso- special Elections Rules Revi- ciation. sions Committee, distributed An additional committee on proposed revisions during his local, state, and national student report. affairs with a conference sub- He commented briefly that committee 'was defeated. there is no clause on musical Tom Lougheed, chairman of campaigning and that verbal the Educational A w a r e n e s s campaigning would be accept- Committee, stated in opposition, able "anytime anyplace except "There is little enough legisla- around polling areas." tion going through my commit- He said formal introduction tee' and creation of the new 0f the revisions will be pre- committee would constitute du- sented at the next .meeting,. set plication." for 6:45 p.m. Monday in Rowe Jim Bedore answered there 224. . \ . . Ways and Means Commiiiee whose-duties are assumed by ihe-Budget and - Finance Committee. ' The National Student Association Committee was dropped last spring when Senate discon- A tape of Margaret Mead's speech "Where and When Gender Matters" will be presented for students and faculty to hear and discuss at 8 p.m. Tuesday, January 8 in the University Center Ballroom. "The Associated Women Students (AWS) Board felt that, since there has been so much discussion about the talk given by Margaret Mead, students and. faculty should be given the chance to hear the tape again and express their own views," said AWS • President Marie Foerch, Ovid senior. "Men students are esp©-' cially urged io attend because, many controversial subjects about women are discussed by Dr. Mead." -said co-shairsnan' of She eveni, Sharon Kowalski, Lansing junior. The presentation of the tape will replace the AWS film scheduled for the same nighi?. The film will be shown at another time. Following the tape and discussion, refreshments will be served. dQtalop Matthew T e n g, Bangkok, Thailand, has been chosen by Michigan State University to receive a $75 scholarship to attend the MSU Adventure hi World Understanding. Previously, the Student Seriate voted to give Teng $50 for the conference, should he receive the MSU scholarship. i r i < . !§i nf ii * V J, ii i & ii V JL .„-!.-.,-■.
|Title||1962-12-14; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Friday, December 14, 1962 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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