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Student Judicial Board Working closely with the Dean of Students ' office, Student Judicial Board handles cases in such diverse areas as student disci- pline, constitutional questions, and in- fractions of elections regulations. Members of SJB must demonstrate superior academic ability, pass a rigid elimination test, and solve test cases ' before an examination board. One of SJB ' s major cases last fall was a ruling on an SLC member ' s eligibility. To insure maturity of judgment and familiarity with university policy, only upper division students may serve on SJB. Members of this erudite and impartial assemblage were (standing) Mike Josephson, Jim Kennedy; (seated) Judith A. Oliver, Linda Mitchell, Chairman Hope Erlich, Barbara Sachnoff, Lawrence Biegel, and Robert B. Sitzman. Finance Committee Finance Committee reviewed over a $298,000 budget for ASUCLA activities last year. FiCom, composed of experts on ASUCLA finances, makes recommendations to SLC on all budgets presented by student activities. Under Finance Director STEVE LOVAS, FiCom has recommended that the student ac- tivity fee be decreased by $3. It has also investigated finances of the AMS surf movies, Intac dance, and Mardi Gras. It has consolidate d normal budget expense for all student activity budgets in an 11-page report and standardized rules and procedures after compilation of the FiCom manual. Members were (back rpw) Steve Sterry, Jim Perisho, Jan Vickland, and Ray Goldstone: (front row) Jeri Rolinson, Finance Director Steve Lovas with gavel in hand, and Pete Blowitz. 207
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Board of Control Ad Brugger, Dick Weisbart, Ray Goldstone, Tom Hicks, Bob Weeks, chairman, Erwin Keithley, Chuck Wihnot, Paul Hannum, and Bill Ackerman constitute the pecuniary- conscience of ASUCLA. Each year BOC ap- propriates the funds necessary to finance the Student Legislative Council with all its subordinate activities. Moreover, BOC allocates monies to pay the salaries of the professional staff members of USUCLA, as well as the monetary chuckles awarded every two weeks to the student workers who produce the services and publications of the Associated Students. This year BOC considered enlarging and revamping the Coop facilities, established a committee for the planning of Activities Center construction and long range plans for the Student Union. Board of Governors The Union Board of Governors, made up of Dean McClure, Don Sawyer, Roland Elliott, Warren Hall, Jerry Dubin. Pat Cohen, Chuck Molfit, Hanno Weisbrod, Robin Moore, Arnold York, Harry Shimada, Shirley Warburton, Steve Davis, and Dru Cummings, is responsible for providing a varied and serviceable program of cultural, social, and intellectual activities for the thousands of UCLA students. This year BOG instigated a Kelp-monitored clean-up campaign for the Coop, a uniquely incon- gruous endeavor for all concerned. A newly formed Program Committee sponsored varied projects, including the stage production of Space is so Startling, numerous concerts and photo exhibits, as well as a series of popular films shown in the Grand Ballroom. 206
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Freshman Class Hailing from Pacific Palisades, Frosh vice-president BECKY SICCARDI en- tered UCLA with an eye on politics. Sigma Alpha Mu RICH SPP:ARE gains experience for his political science major as Freshman Class Treasurer. Proving that commuters can take an active part in student government at UCLA, Freshman Class President JIM EVANS drives to classes from North Hollywood. AVIVA BRUNNER handily defeated other candidates to land the office of Secretary of the new Class of 1967. Although a miniscule turnout at both the primary and final polls reflected a general apathy on the part of the Frosh toward student government, the enthusiasm of the participants indicated at least existence of a group of leaders who will doubtless remain active for a full four years at UCLA. The new cabinet immediately set to work by occupying the suite of spacious offices provided for them by ASUCLA. Undaunted by the grandeur of their new-found prestige, the youthful officers immediately set out to grease the squeaky wheel of ASUCLA.
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