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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1961

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 196~

Strangers Take-Off
On a Non-Drug Trip

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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(Continued from Page 1)
last year by Miller and Dr. Larry
Bloomberg in Albuquerque, N.M.
They have implemented their pro-
cess of "self-awareness and aware-
ness of others" in community pro-
NoonRally
Ote
'To Protest
Indictments
By DAN SHARE
A rally in support of Dr. Ben-
jamin Spock, Yale University
Chaplain William S. Coffin Jr.,
and Marcus Raskin, codirector of
the Institute for Policy Studies,
will be held at noon tomorrow in
the lobby of the Administration
Bldg. A rally permit is being
sought.
The men were indicted last
Friday by a Federal Grand Jury
in Boston. They are charged with
promoting nation-wide resistance
to the Selective Service System.
The indictment charges that the
program of the defendants in-
cluded counseling, aiding and
abetting Selective Service regis-f
trants to resist the draft, counsel-
ing registrants to stirrender draft
classifications and registration
certificates, and interruption of
the induction processes at induc-
tion centers throughout the coun-
try.
The rally is co-sponsored by
Voice, Vietnam Summer, and
Friends of Vietnam Fall, primar-
ily a student group. Additional
sponsors, may be announced later.
Tentative speakers far the rally
include Karen Daenzer, '70, Voice
chairman; a student who turned
in his draft card; and Prof. Rich-
ard Mann of the psychology de-
partment. Mann is one of the
signers of the "Time to Resist"
statement circulated by Spock in
August, which is part of the in-
dictment.
"It is Voice's position," Mrs.
Daenzer explained, "that the re-
cent indictments are indicative
of a test by the government of
the resistance movement.
"The resistance movement has
liberal supporters and -the govern-
ment is trying to scare them away.
For this reason we think it is
very important to support these
people to the fullest," she added.
An open letter of support and
sympathy will be circulated at
the rally and will be sent on to
Dr. Spock and his co-defendants.
The planners chose to hold the
rally in the lobby of the Admin-
istration Bldg. because it is one
of the few warm, uncrowded
places on campus at the noon
hour. They are applying to SGC
for a rally perpiit.

grams of a series of micro-lab
experiences.
Every other weekend there is a
"founding experience" similar to
the experience- Sunday night, in
which 15 people take part for the
first time. On alternate weekends
"veterans' meetings" are held for
the people who have gme through
a "founding experience." In this
way the "intense, new experience"
is reinforced every weekend, with
more and more people becoming
involved-aiming toward an en-
tire community involvement.
The aim is to "help each other
with all the things that make life,
and not death," Miller explained.
What happens now to students
at the University who have had
this one sample experience? "I
can see whole dormitories having
experiences," Miller responded.
"If there were a real serious ef-
fort, the students could do it."
Miller believes that the deep
experience of involvement felt by
students at the "micro-lab" Sun-
day night should not be buried.
"The Christian religion is based on
the concept of original sin," Mil-
ler said ."Why not original love?"
'U' Pep Band
Attendance Up
"Too many students put their
instruments in mothballs and fail
to continue with music. This is
a mistake and a real tragedy,"
claims Dr. William Revelli. In
order to provide an outlet for
music minded students who are
not music majors, the Michigan
band family has added a new
member, the Wolverine Band.
Revelli said the band, now in
its third semester, has grown
from 32 to about 85 members. He
explained that it is "not for
credit, just an opportunity to en-
joy participating."
Joining Dr. Revelli in direct-
ing the band is Ronald E. Stil-
well, graduate assistant director
of University bands. Stilwell com-
mented that the purpose of the
Wolverine Band is simple "to play
good music, enjoy it, but play as
well as possible."
The band rehearses Tuesdays
at 7:15 p.m. in Harris Hall. The
band is tentatively scheduled to
play at two basketball games and
possibly at other public functions.
CORRECTION
A story in yesterday's edition
said that the University's cur-
rent counterinsurgency project
in Thailand is valued at $1.5
million. The project is actually
worth $1 million.

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sity of Michigan for which The
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Hall of the Chrysler Center for Con-
tinuing Engineering Education..
Student Relations Committee Meet-
ing-3:00 p.m. 3529 SAB. Open Meeting.
Chemistry Dept. Physical Seminar-
Dr. Kozokuchtsu.(Res. Asooc.sin Chem
Dept., University of Michigan-, "Struc-
ture Studies by Gas Electron Diffrac-
tion," 1200 Chemistry, 4:00 p.m.
Computer Lecture Series-Prof. Brice
Carnahan of the Chemical Engineering
and BiostatisticsaDepartments, "Intro-
duction to Digital Computers in the

Joio and Dr. William Revelli, Conduc-
tors-Henry Charles Smith, Trombone:
Hill Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
General N\otices
Ushers are needed-Persons who are
interested in ushering, during the sec-
ond semester, for Choral Union and
Extra Series concerts in Hill Auditor-
lum on Thursday, January 11th from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. See Mr. Warner.
Educational Testing Service French
and German Test. The Educational
Testing Service Test in French and
German administered by the Graduate
School for doctoral candidates is sched-
uled for Thursday night, February 1,
from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Rackham
Lecture Hall. ALL students planning
to take the test must register by 4 p.m.
Thursday, February 1 at the Informa-
tion Desk in the lobby of the Rack-
ham Building. The fee is $6.00.
For further information call the In-
formation Desk, 764-4415."
French and German Preliminary Ob-
jective Test. The Preliminary Objective
Test in French and German admin-
istered by the Graduate School for
doctoral candidates is scheduled for
Tuesday, February 27 from 7 to 9 p.m.
In the Rackham Lecture Hall. ALL stu-
dents planning to take the test must
register by 4 p.m. February 27 at the
(Continued on Page 8)

THURSDAY and FRIDAY
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