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Austin Summer Texan (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Austin, Texas Student officers ousted _ v a set election student president Ray Farabee. Disqualification with Honor Xan by Willie Morris texan editor the appellate court monday disqualified All victorious representative party candidates from office but subjoined a Strong Quot recommendations the officers serve in their present position s until the general fall election. Dean of student life Vino now Tony empowered to in validate the student Constitution in times of emergency one hour later announced he would adhere to the courts recon mentation and present it to the regents Here july 8. The regents will ultimately decide if the disqualified officers can retain their posts until the fall election. The court decision reverses the May to action of the student court and creates the first situation of its kind in it history. The appellate opinion cause of widespread Legal speculation since the filing of an Appeal by counsel for plaintiff Riley Blake Smith May to was announced at 6 3q . Dean Nowotny made his statement at 7 in . A i have utmost Confidence in the court Novotny told the texan. A in View of its opinion i will allow the officers to retain their posts until the regents meet july 8, and then present the court recommendations. The regents will then decide it or not the officers will stay in office until the october affected by the disqualification Are five representative party candidates Ray Farabee president Bob Siegel Vic president Janet Holder Secretary Jim Brill student court Justice and Jim Richards Cactus editor. They were elected in the general Spring election april 27. See Farabee Page 7 vol. 55 Austin Texas tuesday june 28, 1955 eight pages today no. 7army announces plan for recalls the department of the army has a Nix my i a new emergency reinforcement plan to assure the prompt filling of units for recall to a Ive duty during Early phases of mobilization. The Pirn which will become effective Friday will affect officers and enlisted men released from a. Five duty with eight year service obligations. These men will to Given specific assignments in event of Mobil a it a the plan is intended to encourage voluntary participation in the National guard and Reserve to in ing. The returning reservists will to assigned to Active army Reserve unit or installations and to National guard units neat their Homes. The obligated reservists will not become organic to the units hut Wall merely be paper members pre selected for assignments when the unit and its Mem Liers Are ordered to Active duty. The plan will not be applied to obligated reservists who have undergone shortage vetoes Sutton lounge students won t feel history requirement the purposed Sutton Hall lounge originally reported to i scheduled for completion this summer has been disapproved by the administration. Said i it a. A i it. Hask Evv. Dean of the College of education late monday afternoon. A the administration is fearful that the amount of space available for the next several years for classes and offices will not inv enough to go around and therefore considers it unwise to use the rooms for this purpose a said let a. Haskow. One of the two rooms slated for the lounge Aion is now being used As a faculty office and extra office space would have had to be provided if the proposal had been approved or. Haskew continued. In addition threw faculty members arc being added this fall or. Whon receive Oran or. John Vav. Wilson of the southwestern medical school of the University of Texas has been Given a radiological Grant the Grant was was awarded to or. Wilson by the James picker foundation for studies in radiation therapy Lite indicia sports fag e i a a. Mcaa results editorial Page 4 a Wise step society Page it Why june weddings Amus Rentsc Page 5 a love me or leave me general pages 4 amp 7 court opinion in Fuu Lucky Lucky girls Odds 2.86 to one ladies you re surrounded. Die males outnumber you almost three to one and if each Gal warts or share of the masculine Talent around the University this summer she should slice off two whole males and eighty sixth one Hun or cd Tbs of another. Total registration As of june 22, according to assistant registrar Edsell f. Bittick is 7.370. Total registration of men is 5,464 while total women a registration is 1,906. But this May not always he True most of the 240,209 babies Horn in 1954 were boys but the fir s show that girls had More stamina 881 More male babies than females died during their fit is year. A the males die faster through infancy childhood adolescence maturity and old age a a statistician commented. Birth rates soared to unprecedented High Kevels in 1954, the biggest on record according to the Texas department of vital statistics see girls Odds Page 7 and will require offices a it All boils Down to not having enough classrooms a or. La went on. A naturally priority must he Given to classrooms to take care of the increase Iii enrolment. The College of education will undoubtedly have the same increase As the rest of the University Ami room must be the original purpose of the lounge w As to provide a place for a dents in the College of education to become better acquainted. It was Felt that this would build up morale in the College a it a unit a it was a Long shot to begin with a said or. Haskew. A by approving this request the administration might very Well have established a precedent and similar requests could have come from other Campus groups. I a i want to emphasize that i have accepted the derision As sound judgement and ant neither upset nor critical of it a he continued. Degree plans for former and present University students will not be effected by Senate Bill 251, or. C. P. Boner University vice president said monday. There had been a possibility that Roto cadets might be effected. The Bill signed by governor Allan Shivers last week provides that no state supported institution May Grant an undergraduate degree Atter july i 195ft to any person that has not taken and passed six hours of american history. Court decisions have established that degree requirements As outlined in a school s Catalon Are of a contractual nature and As such cannot be abrogated. Students enrolled in the University before the Hill became Law Are riot subject to the agreement such As that contained in the University Cata logs cannot he nullified retroactively by legislative action and must remain valid. The Bill As signed provide that the history must be a taken and passed Quot or. Boner pointed out. This phrase will make american history unique the Only Routs in which advanced standing examinations Are prohibited by statutory Law. University Cata logs will have to he amended to make new University students meet the Bills requirements. A possibility exists or. Boner said that the next session of the i legislature will revise the Hill to eliminate unnecessary duplication of subject matter. Mach american history is taught in the military air and naval science courses. Texan to publish july 4 the second july Issue of the summer texan will come out july 6 instead of the regular tuesday i Issue because of the july i holiday.1,000 enrolment swell tops �?T54 total with 7,370 i registration has jumped More than 1,000 Over the same period last summer according to information released by the assistant registrar Edsell f. Bit tick. The final registration As of june 22 is 7,370 in comparison to 6,337 on i june 23, 1954. Highest registration is in graduate sc1kx 1 with a total of 2,137. Arts and see rices is next with stabs 1.727. Followed by business administration w Ith 1.005, engineering lists 911 Law school 532 and education 514. Fine arts pharmacy and architecture have respective totals of 234. 191, and 86. In 1954 during this period there was a slightly higher total for graduate school. 2,275 however a a very nuttier division this year has shown an increase in registration. Mal1 students total 5,161 this semester compared to 1,906 women students. Peppy Blount former terns legislator and longhorn end sweats Over his state bar examination monday in the House chamber. Or. Blount is or a of 165 trying for shingles during he grueling two Day examinations. Interviews by examiners to assure necessary qualifications began at 8 30 . Monday and written tests started at i . Or. Blount is now employed by in Oil company in Tyler Texas

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