COUNCIL SEEKS CHANGES IN HOUSE ADMISSIONS
AIM IS TO DISPEL VAGUENESS OF PRESENT SYSTEM
Clarification of House admission standards and the setting up of certain new criteria for choosing member's are recommended in a Student Council report released yesterday.
The report supplements an earlier Council document published in February. Many of the suggestions contained in the February report, including the "associate plan," the giving of preference to upperclassmen, and the provision of full intramural facilities for out-of-house men have already been adopted by the University.
Specific recommendations included in the current Council report call for "definite preference" to Junior and Senior applicants (already adopted); virtual guarantee of admission to all Dean's List Freshmen; stricter adherence to an "intellectual cross-section"; leniency toward men applying in groups; reduction of the number of graduate students liv-