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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Chicago, IllinoisA a student newspaper serving Lollini for nearly a Century ninety seventh year sixteen pages Urbana Champaign Illinois saturday May 11, 1968 seven cents number 151student unrest continues Roosevelt students protest Lynd appointment refusal Chicago pm eleven More students were arrested Friday at Roosevelt University bringing to 48 the number arrested in three Days of protests against the schools refusal to give a full time appointment to history instructor Staughton Lynd. The students arrested late Friday were taken into custody after they refused to leave the it waiting for a customer this the work of previous customers. Volunteer in paint the Bod mod at Spring thing displays staff photo by Phil Gant reception room outside president Rolf a. Weill a office at closing time. Weil has been the target of the mounting protests since he refused Lynda a appointment March 29. The University announced earlier Friday that 16 students were being expelled for barricading themselves in a records office thursday night. Police arrested 13 of those students when they refused to leave the office which had been declared off limits to protesters. Program needs $500,000 drive to tap All sources the University a special education opportunities program which has plans to enrol 500 students not normally eligible to attend the University needs $500,000 before the first week of june if the program is to be fully implemented. If the fund drive Falls Short of its goal the number of students accepted under this program will be reduced or the amount of financial Aid per student will be reduced. Either Way the program will not be As effective As originally planned. All persons connected with the. Plan have emphasized the urgency in collecting the Money for the program one which could turn out to be the largest commitment a University Ever has made to any plan of this kind. The Money must be collected by Early june or the program May fail. Charles Warwick associate director of admissions and records said fund drives Are being conducted in Many areas. A we Are contacting the Federal government private foundations alumni students and faculty a he said. A we will not concentrate our fund raising efforts in one area. It probably will take All our sources to get the kind of Money we the University already has obtained some Type of commitment from 150 High school students who have been identified with the program. Funds needed for this group total $125,000, but if the other 350 students Are successfully recruited much More Money will be needed this fall. The immediate goal of $80,000 to $100,000 will take care of Only the first 150 students. The Cost of the entire program is $750,360, with the bulk of the Money $685,000 earmarked for financial Aid. This allows $1,600 per student $200 less than the average Cost per student currently enrolled Here. Recruiting costs to the University will be $4,360 for 20 student recruiters. This is but a Small fraction of the actual Cost of the recruiters because the Federal government will pay 85 per cent of their wages under the work study program. To give the students in the program a Chance to succeed a number of supportive services will be offered which will Cost an additional $61,000. These services include a better orientation program lasting several Days tutorial help realistic counselling and greater flexibility in determining class schedules. At the present time there Are $240,000 Worth of economic Opportunity Grants log available and $170,000 of this has been committed to the 150 students already identified for the program. This leaves a total of $70,000 in uncommitted log funds and an additional $85,000 in a separate fund available for the other 350 students the University Hopes to recruit. To obtain the log funds the University must match the Federal government Dollar for Dollar. This still leaves More than $500,-000 to be raised before recruiters go out to their communities this summer. If All the Money required is not collected the recruiters will not be Able to offer As much financial Aid to prospects. Training sessions for recruiters will begin next week according to Warwick. A we Are working closely with Bra Black students association because the bulk of student volunteers will come from their group a he said. A student organized drive has been set up to collect Money for the or. Martin Luther King or. Fund Money which will be used to give students in this program financial Aid. Since the goal of the fund is $500,000 its organizers Hope each student will contribute $10 and each faculty member $25. All contributions or pledges of Money should be sent to the i foundation Lollini Union. Rains ignored at the thing by Meg Gunkel daily Lollini staff writer Light Rains did Little to Dampen spirits at the Spring thing Friday night but it made the Cotton Candy Sticky. The turn out was More than double that. Of thursday night with the Booths drawing the majority of the crowd. The Stock Pavilion was filled with people trying to win stuffed animals but Only collecting leis. More Booths were operating Friday night As compared with thursday. One of the most imaginative Side shows was Illi Alley which included Chew Chew and Dart ski. The object of Chew Chew was to consume three pretzels in one minute. After failing to win one student commented that if they had served Beer with it he could have won. At Dart ski a student is Given three balloons which he is supposed to break by throwing them at darts. One of the More prosperous Booths was a test your sex Appeal a which was really a test of strength. The object was to swing the Hammer hard enough to ring the Bell which gave the Winner a sex Appeal rating of super mate. Other Levels of sex Appeal were Playboy or playmate Olive Oil and Many More. A Dart game was set up for those who wanted to play politics. Mccarthy Kennedy Nixon and other presidential candidates were the targets of Dart throwers. A few balloons were intermingled to add noise. Paint the Bod mod also attracted Many Illinski goers. Topless males and bathing suit Clad females were the object of artistic talents. Each artist was Given one minute to create his masterpiece on skin. A giant twister game and silent flicks were also new additions to the Stock Pavilion Booths Friday night. Many students also got hitched at the marriage Booth. Each certificate is Good for 24 hours after issuance. The rain did no to affect the student pig in the pig pen he spent most of his time in his mud Bath. The Mung machine artist icly decorated with such sayings As a join the army a please a challenged students skills with a one Hole Golf course. Almost everyone was a Winner Here and the Mung machine set to work splattering its victims with beautifying Mung. People crowded around the Popcorn and Cotton Candy stand but the Only rides with Long lines were the sky diver and the Ferris wheel. Paid political advertisement second City revue presents Quot showdown at credibility Cap Quot monday May 20 $2.00 students $3.00 non students tickets available tues at Union Box office 7 30 . University auditorium to Enty four students were suspended thursday after they were arrested during a sit in wednesday outside Weill a office. All the arrested students have been charged with trespassing. Lynd who teaches part time at Roosevelt made an authorized trip to North Vietnam in 1965 and has been a vocal critic of the Johnson administrations Vietnam War policies. Weil said his refusal to hire Lynd full time was based on the instructors personality rather than his political views. About 100 students have been Active in the protests. There Are about 7,000 full and part time students at the downtown school on South Michigan Avenue. The student protestors have presented a list of demands including hiring Lynd amnesty for protesters and end to administration veto Over student and faculty decisions and barring police from demonstrations. Another group the Black students association also made a series of demands. These include negro instructors in every department one third the freshman class be negro african la n g u a g e courses and the Power to approve All faculty appointments. The University has made no reply to these demands. Another student group which Calls itself students who care about Roosevelt University is urging other students to a take a stand and oppose the tyrannical members of the Siu sponsored by volunteers for Eugene Mccarthy Carbondale 111. Imp the merger of White and Black student protest groups at Southern Illinois University was announced Friday As notices circulated that a proposed sleep out and occupation of the Campus student Center were cancelled. The sleep out proposal asked coeds to refrain from using their dormitories during the night. Stuart Novick of Carbon Dale a former student who has been a Leader of a coalition of White student protest groups and William j. Moffett Chicago senior who Heads the Black protesters were forming what they called a United front. About 1,750 of the enrolment of 19,000 students at the Carbon Dale Campus Are negroes. Richard Richman Jackson county states attorney announced the arrest of a sixth Southern Illinois University student who had been sought on a warrant charging him with mob action. They were charged with mob action in connection with a student attempt wednesday night to occupy the office of the University president. Today a weather there will be rain saturday and saturday night with Chance of Thunder showers. Showers with continued Cool temperatures and decreasing temperatures by evening Are predicted for sunday. The High saturday will be in the Low 60s and the Low saturday night in the 40s
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