THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursdoy, Morch 14, 1968
THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Thursday, March 14, 1968
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 9) sis: "Michigan Public Junior Colleges: Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.
March 14 at 4:00 p.m., in 110 Physics- A Decade of Development 1914-1923," Social activist educators interested
Atronomy 4 4on Thurs., March 14 at 8 a.m. in West means of dealing with children fr
Astronomy. Council Room, Rackham, Chairman: adult oriented system to child orient
DfJ. S. Brubacher. workshop, improvisatory theatre tec
Physical Chemistry Seminar - Dr. niques taught to teachers in grea
visnS cneiderti oprtices of e-Sylvan Gerald Frank, Pharmaceuti- D.C. area.
actiin Moileclesc1200oem. Bldg.,e cal Chemistry, Thesis: "Micelar Solu-
acting Molecules," 1200 Chem. Bldg., bilization of Water in Hydrocarbon SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE,
4:00 p.m. Solvents," on Thurs., March 14 at 212 S.A.B., Lower Level
12:30 p.m. in Room 3002 Pharmacy Re- Deadline for Application for Su
Center for Chinese Studies - Rulan search Bldg. Chairman: George Zografi. mer Internship in Public Administi
Chao Plan, Lecturer, Harvard Univer- tion in Cleveland, Ohio, Governmen.
sity, "Chinese Music", 200 Lane Hall,Research Institute offers this, det
a:5_pm. P acem entL and applic. at SPS
Cinema Guild - John Ford's "TheC Queen Quality Laundry Compai
Cn Voage H--oe",Arhitecture GENERAL DIVISION Detroit, Mich. - Starting May 1, p
Long Voyag H me", Ac htp mAnnouncem ent: sition for m an 21 or over, relief ro
Peace Corps Test given this Sat., truck driver, salary and commissi
Book review and discussion - "The March 16, at 1 p.m. at Downtown good pay, details at S.P.S.
New Reformation?" (Robinson) Can- Branch of Post Office, Main at Cath- E
terbury House, 330 Maynard St., 7:30 erine Streets. Take completed applica- ENGINEERING DIVISION
p m. tion with you. These are available at Make interview appointments
the Bureau. The Peace Corps team will Room 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. un
ACS Lecture - Dr. L. F. Dah, Uni- be on campus April 1-5, testing and otherwise specified.
versity of Wisconsin, "Structural general information will be handled, March 21:
Chemistry of Transition Metal Sulfur applications taken then with testing. Anchor Hocking Glass Corp.
Complexes," 1300 Chem. Bldg., 8:00 p.m. Rackoff Associates, Inc.
Current Positions received by Gen-
Department of Speech University eral Division by mail and phone, call:
Players - Richard Reichman's "Jude" 764-4760 for further information: O
Trueblood Theater, 8:00 p.m. Local Firm - Secretary for Indus-
trial Engineering Dept., type 50-60
School of Music - D M A Piano Ser wpm, use dictaphone, good with num-
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General Ao0LCe adhesives, man, BS Chem., exper. pref. NOUNCEMENTS is available to o
198 Business Leadership Award under 35 pref. caly recognized and registered stude
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sponsored by the Graduate School of -Young beginning journalist inter- in room 1011 SAB.
Business Administration. Charles B. ested in reporting society and general
"Tex" Thornton, Chief Executive Offi- articles pertaining to suburban, news- All deates to e Mock onvent
cer of Litton Industries will speak on paper.gatref. youngck lady.t
"TheChaleng ofMangemet" n iare invited to stop by the Reagan H
Rackham Lecture Hall at :00 p.m. on Department of Parks and Recreation, pitality Suite and find out about G
Fri., March 15. Mr. Thornton will be Adrian, Mich. - Womens and girls ac- Reagan's ideas. Room 3C Union, F
introduced by Arjay Miller, Vice-Chair- tivity director, supv. and plan activi- and Sat., March 15 & 16, 7-10 p.m
man, Ford Motor Company, who like ties in public recreation and Sr. Citi- * "
Thornton is one of Ford's famed "Whiz zens Club and Civic programs. Michigan Rugby Football Club p
Kids." Detroit Public Schools - Associate sents Dr. John Robson, School of Pt
Architectural Engineer, Contract 'Man- lic Health, lecturing on "Tactics
Department of History Lecture - agement Department, 5 yr. Arch. de- Improved Rugby," on Thurs., March
Prof. Edward H. Spicer, Dept. of An- gree plus exper. in arch, office, em- 7:00 p.m., Business Admin. Bldg.
thropology, University of Arizona, Tue- phasis on school design. * * *
son, "Political Incorporaton and Cul- Library of Congress, Wash. D.C. - Michigan Christian Fellowship, F
tural' Change in New Spain: A Study Referral Specialist, in engineering, March 15, 7:30 p.m. in the UGLI M
In Spanish-Indian Relations," Mon., knowl. of engineering areas and 11- tipurpose Room, Speaker: Dr. Wal
Mar-b. 18, 2402 Mason Hall, 4:10 p.m. brary practices, awareness of special- Kaiser, "Christianity: Intellectual S
ized information resources, BSE plus cide?"
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Exam inations neer (Process Chemist), degree in ChE March 15, 8:00 p.m., 520 N. Ashley.,
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Grace Helen Green, Education, The- in manuf. and QC industry areas, transportation.
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Edward Page is a right radical."
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<ROTC AND THE 'U':
, Relations: Legal and
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program are slated to feature
more courses taught by university
complete reversal has occurredI
since last fall." Reynolds says the
student was flunking and will not
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faculty members. . Li111uto.IJ.
Along the same line Reynolds it. Administrative board members
now allows many of his Army ca- have worked out a compromise
dets to substitute courses in po- of sorts.
litical science, business admin- Dean Robertson believes the
istration or psychology for cer- University has been fortunate tc
tai ROTC courses. receive commandants who under-
stand academic procedures. But'
Dropping and adding of ROTC both he and Anderson point out
classes is an occasional source of that the situation can easily
friction between the units and the change.
colleges. One other factor sets off ROTC
instructors from other faculty
stay in our program, there's no members -they are obligated to
point in forcing him to do s ,"
Reynolds said last semester, "If agree with Commander-in-Chief
heyantstsadr semter'Lyndon Johnson on all matters of
they want to drop ther can go n
any event," he adds, "if you dis-
agree, you get used to not voicing
There are still officers ' who
seriously disagree with the Viet-
nam war. One, it is reported, ex
pects to go to jail in the near fu-
ture if he is ordered to serve in
Students express similar atti-
tudes. Certainly few activists join:
ROTC, and students who do join
but are against the war, don't:
press the issue.
Assistant Dean George Ander-
son of the literary college notes
that three years ago one of the
commandants was much stricter.
"He wouldn't let anyone drop,"I
Anderson says, probably because
he feared not making the quota of
25 graduates a year.
In recent years the comman-
dants have been more coopera-
tive than previously, Anderson
notes. However, after a recent
controversy involving a student
trying to drop, Anderson said, "A
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Saturday March 16-Noon
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.Interfaith Council for Peace
Newman Social Action Committee
Women's International League for
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and others, present the films:
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Beginning 12 noon, Sunday, March 17
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