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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Chicago, IllinoisPage four the daily Ilus saturday october 24, 1970 position stems from idealism Yak clarifies political stand by Robert Collins Tive because of their stand on the Young americans for free political issues of the Day. Dom Yakin the past have however the University Yak been labelled extremely conserva-1 has tried to dispel this image by Assur changes dates of Boycott to avoid election Campaign conflict by Chris Kelsey been picked to be a launching by Chris Kelsey daily Zillini staff writer dates for the class Boycott proposed by associated students Council for University reorganization Assur have been changed from oct. 28-30 to nov. 4-6. Assur spokesmen have previously stated a desire to avoid the possible political effect of a Boycott during election campaigning. The Boycott is in support of student representation of the Board of trustees. The decision made at an Assur meeting thursday night is the result of a student Survey taken earlier this week. Responses indicated that More than half the students polled were in favor of an educational Boycott of classes and slightly More than half of those students favored the november dates. A the nov. 4, 5, and 6 dates have been picked to be a launching Point for an in depth program for informing people a said Steve Cummings Assur spokesman. A the Boycott is effective Only if people know what they Are boycotting. Its not Ascurr a goal to have 33,000 students standing out on the streets to get out of classes a he said. Assur Hopes to have spoken to All fraternities sororities dorms and Independent houses in addition to arranging meetings with apartment groups in the next three months. Information will be Given about the policies of the trustees and the solutions of electing representation to the Board. Cumings stressed the fact that a discussions will be open for student feedback a ideas from the students so Assur can maintain its position As the student voice rather than a select holding a series of informal meetings in and around Campus to explain their position. Common ground a what we re trying to do at these meetings a spoke Don Weber president of Yafo is to show students we share common ground in that we Are idealists opposed to racism the draft and the government oppression of the the main difference Between Yak and the new left is they stand idealistic ally at opposite ends of the political spectrum. The Yak feel racism is unhealthy for the capitalist system because it blocks a huge labor Force from taking responsible jobs and is a financial Burden on the . Government. Oppose draft also they oppose the draft because they feel it infringes on political liberties guaranteed to the people by the Constitution. They feel the draft should be abandoned and replaced by a Volunteer army which is a historic tradition of the . The welfare system they feel infringes on a Many a civil rights because it takes Money without asking private consent to support. The elderly citizens. As an alternative solution they propose charitable institutions unite to provide a uniform welfare system to support the elderly. They feel a private system would provide More assistance than the a present bureaucratic system the government now classified ads Cost so Little be a sister of the Skull Phi Kappa Sigma Little sister Rush sunday october 25 2-3 . 313 e. Chalmers sunday dress University of Illinois Shapi cou�5 congratulations to our new freshman staff Catherine Allen Debbie Alman Diane Althaus a trim Brett August Gail Birdsong Richard Brown Barbara Calabrese Jim Cannon Stephen Carley Mary Cay Chisholm Sara Collier Mindy Conover John Corner Peter Deguire Joan Dizikes James Eubald Nancy French Alan Gans Carol Gibbons Murray Greenberg Kimberly Groebe Julie Hallstrom Don Hensel Richard Ireland Lawrence Kienzler John Krauss Elizabeth Madsen Paulette Marquis Linda Meinke Anne Melvin Sheryl Menees Paul Merrion Sharon Metallo Donald Miles Jane Mosser Laura Lyn Nelson Judy Neidenbach John Poyser Gordon Pruett Georgeann Ratko Cathy Rice Mark Rosen Marla Shandelson Susan Lynn Smalter Diana Smith Mitch Staley Chuck Stickelmaier Laura Stonitsch Paula Thackeray James Thomas Terrance Thomas Patti to Trabue Cathy Trost Deborah Valentine Peggy Wencel Jeanne Wenzel Sarah Williams Debra Wiseman bes Hageb shop a a a my aug re Quot a .7k flares a a Stripe it Rich Quot in de custom contours discover a new world of flares a a a found in our red Hanger shop. Popular Al custom contours that feature toe to Heel slant Western front pockets and Back Flap pockets. Perma press in Brown or Grey. Sizes 28 to 38, length 29 to 33. Use your Karou s charge i master charge or 8ank am Ricaro ill use the free bus service 16-18 main downtown Champaign country fair shopping Center a free parking
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