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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, March 16, 1968

UNION-LEAGUE:.
i9(Continued from Page 5)
Libertarian League - Lecture-April
4, 1968 - 7.30 p.m. - Aud. D, Angell
WEEKEND Hall.
StudentPeace Union - Bucket Drive
for Draft Teach-In -March 15, 1968
~~Alice Lloyd Intra-Dorm Council -
Mixer - March 8, 1968 - 8:30-12:30 -
4 .Lloyd Hall.
P resnts: James Van Veen Angel Flight - Rec-
-ord Sale - March 18 and 19, 1968 -
7:30-9 p.m. - North Hall, ROTC Bldg.
National Negro History Week Com-
'T'T 777 mitte4 e - National Negro History Week
/TI March 20-24, 1968 - Wed.-Fri., 10-4
SPRINGINGowl - Book and Button Sale -
Fri., 9-1:30 a.m. Ann Arbor Armory -
Fund?raising Dance - Sat. 7-9 p.m.
Trueblood Aud. - "History of Jazz"
Concert - 9-11 p.m. 2nd Floor Frieze
In. JustBldg. - Bazzaar -Sun., 3-6 p.m. Aud.
A Angell Hall -Panel Discussion.
nthew d is mud Approved: The following statement .n
sprng W en 1WOr the March 20th "Day of Deliberation."
The recent ruling of the Selective
luscious the little Service System has forced on students
a dilemma that many have been avoid-
ed for a long time. It is no longer
e balloon man possible for students to avoid a con-
{ frontation with issues of crucial sign-
ificance to them both in person terms
whistles far and whee and in a more general context.
I In order to assist in the sort of
11 (deliberation and discussionhthat an-
- e e cummings - swers to these questions demands,
( SGC is co-sponsoring along with Grad-
uate Assembly and other groups, a
18.
L series of vents for the week of March
(a) A mass meeting Monday eve-
SPi c C ,J, ning to plan activities for the fol-
lowing Wednesday.
(b) A draft-teach-in Tuesday night
Sfeaturing speakers and workshops.
(c) A series of small group activities-
Wednesday morning.
It is our hope that these activitities
will help draft-liable sctudents to
make judgment based on knowledge
of alternative courses of action and
an understanding of the full con-
sequences of their decision.
19Finally, we wish to clarify the 1-
lowing points:
In no way do these events protest
Ju o Sthe loss of student deferments.
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Neither students nor faculty should
be forced to attend classes Wednes-
day. The intention of the Day of Deli-
beration is to achieve a break in the
routine of everday evens. The monen-
tousness of the question before us de-
mands such a break and makes a de-
fense of this routine for its own sake
ludicrous.
The purpose is also to give individ-
uals a day in which to consider their
personal moral plight and alterna-
tive courses of action.
Appointed: Jim Rosbe Director of
the Legal Service.
Accepted: Operatiog Procedures of
Student Government Council.
Approved: That SGC direct the Elec-,
tion Director to make preliminary
investigation for computerizing elec-
tions next fall and report back to
Council as to cost and progress.
Approved: That SGC appropriate
$180.00 to purchase 3 permanent tables
for use in the fishbowl.
Approved: Plan for organizational
use of offices on the second floor of
the Student Activities Building pre-
sented by John Kleiman, S.A.B. Co-
ordinator:
Room 2510 Fraternity Buyers
Room 2514 Sailing Club
Room 2514 Women's Athletic Assoc.
Room 2518 India Students
Room 2518 Israeli Students
Room 2522 Mock Convention
Room 2528 Alpha Phi Omega
Room 2534 Voice-S.D.C.
Room 2538 Cinema Guild
Room 2538 Student Communication
Network
Room 2542 Libertarian League
Room 2542 Youth for American Free-
dom
Room 2542 J. S. Mills Society
Room 2546 Intercooperative Council
Room 2547 Tutorial
Room 2543 Tutorial
Room 2539 Young Democrats
Room 2535 Young Republicans
Room 2531 Gilbert and Sullivan
Room 2527 Folklore Society
Room 2527 Race Relations
Room 2527 Committee for Improved
Education
Room 2521 Campus Crusade
Room 2521 Michigan Christian Fel-
lowship
Room 2521 Christian Science
Approved: That SGC allocate $75 to
the National Negro History Committee
Week of Jazz - March 20-24.
Approved: That Council allocate $75
to send Michael Davis, Paul Miigrom
and Bob Nelson and Carol Hollenshead
to' the New University Conference to

be held at the University of Chicago
on March 22, 23 and 24.
Approved: Change in calendaring:
Class II activities may also be calen-
dared during the spring. Petitions to
calendar these atcivities should be
turned over to the Secrtary of the
Calendaring Committee to reserve a
date. Because of the nature of Class
II activities, student or student-com-
munity organizations may submit ac-
tivity registration forms at any time
during the year. This form can be ob-
tained from the Administrative Secre-,
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are available
in room 1011 SAB.
* * *.
All delegates to the Mock Convention
are invited to stop by the Reagan Hos-
pitality Suite and find out about Gov.
Reagan's ideas. Room 3C Union, Fri.
and Sat., March 15 & 16, 7-10 p.m.
Phi Kappa Phi, initiation, Wed.,
March 20, 8:00 p.m., Rackham Lecture
Hail.
* *m
Annual Tri-Service Military Ball will
be held March 23, 9-12 p.m., Michigan
League Ballroom. All military person-
nel welcome.
. * * *
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washteria, March 17, 9:45 and 11:15
a.m.; Worship Services with Pastor
Kapfer speaking on "An Unclassified
Weapon," 11:15 a.m.; Bible Class dis-
cussion on St. John. 6:00 p.m.; Fel-
lowship supper followed by Gamma
Delta meeting at 6:45 with election of
officers.
* * *
Lutheran Student Chapel - Hill at
Forest ave., March 17, 7:00 p.m., spedk-
er: Dean Herbert Johe, School of Arch.,
"Trends in Modern Church Architec-
ture."
.* * *
Bach Club meeting, Wed., March, 8
p.m., Guild House, 802 Monre. Pro-
gram: "Trio" Sontas (for instrument
and clavier). BYO Bach record, For
further information call 769-3342.

tary of Student Government Council or
from the Office of Student Organiza-
tions and the signature of the ap-
propriate officer.
To be deleted: (a) Events of one day
on the weekend involving evening ac-
tivities not in Hill Auditorium.
(b) Events of more than one day
of the weekend involving scheduling
of only day' activtities (Conference).
(c) Events of one day or more in-
volving scheduling of day and/or eve-
ningMactivities during the week.
LIMITATIONS:
(a) Activities must be registered.
(b) Tickets shall be sold in ac-
cordance with the regulations estab-
lished by Student Government Coun-
cil.
Approved: That SGC support the ef-
forts of the Office and State and
Community Relations in hving stu-
dents escort state legislatros around
campus, the tours to include, when-
everpossible, visits to an SGC meet-
ing and to a dormitory.
Approved: Seating of Michael Knoen-
eke, President 4419 votes Robert Neff,
Executive Vice President.
Council members:
Carol Hollenshead 4391 votes
Michael Davis 3904 votes
Gayle Rubin 2644 votes
Panther Wadte 2287 votes
Robert Nelson 1963 votes
Paul Milgrom 1717 votes
Aproved: That the Credential and
Rules Committee make an exhaustive
study of the recent election and means
of improving elections.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
- SENATE ASSEMBLY AGENDA
Monday, March 18, 1968 3:15 p.m.
1. Report on Classified Research at
The University of Michigan.
2. Approval of the minutes of the
meetings of November 13, 1967, Decem-
ber 18, 1967, January 15, 1968, and
February 19, 1968.
3. Announcements
4. Composition, of Civil Liberties
Board (Proposal that the Civil Liber-
ties Board's membership be increased
from 10 to 16 members, including 10
facult'y, 2 administrators, and 4 stu-
dents.)
5. Policy respecting CIA activities on
Campus.
6. Proposed Commission for Long
Range Study of The University of
Michigan (Study Commission)
Illustrated Lecture: Sponsored by
the Ann Arbor Society, Archaelogical
Institute of America and the De-

partment of Classical Studies - Tues-
day, March 19. Professor Anna Mar-
guerite McCann. Department of Art
History and Archaeology, University of
Missouri, on "Ships and Ports of An-
cient Italy," 4:10 p.m., Auditorium B,
Angell Hall.
If you are scheduled to do your dir-
ected teaching in the Fall Term,
would you please come to The Sec-
ondary Directed Teaching Office,
Room 2292 University High School, no
later than March 19 during office
hours, 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-5:00 to ar-
range the assignment interview. If you
do not come in at, the designated
time, it will be assumed you are drop-
ping out of the program. Manage your
class schedule in such a way that
priority is given to D301, Student
Teaching, over all other elections and
bear in mind that most student teach-
ing assignments are in the morning.
Doctoral
Examinations
Gerald Michael Browne, Classical
Studies. Thesis: "Documentary Papyri
form The Michigan Collection," on
Saturday, March 16 at 10 a.m. in Room
2009 Angell Hall, Chairman: H. C.
Youtie.
Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
Opportunities for Further Study and
Financial Aid, contact General Divi-
sion, 764-7460 for further information:
Fletcher School of Law and Diplo-
macy, Tufts University, Medford Mass,
is a Graduate School of International
Relations administered with the co-
operation of Harvard, University.
Registration for students is Sept. 12
for 68-69 year. The catalogue, with
c o m p 1 e t e application information,
course offerings, and general infor-
mation is at the Bureau.
Trinity College, Washington D.C.,
offers MAT program candidates 10
teaching fellowships, 6 in Amer Hist.
and 4 in English. Full tuition paid,
stipend, and dependency all -- have
not held 'appt. In elementary or sec-
ondary school during the academic
year preceding fellowship tenure. Ap-
plication deadline, March 31.
Current Positions received by Gen-
eral Division by mail and phone, call
764-4760 for further information:
International Atomic Energy Agency
-These openings in Vienna. Two year
terms. First Officer, Div. of Research
Labs, PhD in eatomolty ;plus 10 years
exper. Radiation Biology Section, Div.
of life sci., MD or PhD plus 10 years
in radiation biol. Dosimerty Section,
adv. degree in physics plus 10 years
in high energy radiation in mied.
Similar position as preceding but with
15 years expet,
State of California, State Board of
Equalization, Chicago, 111. - Auditor,
BA in acctg., travel 50 per cent, will
train.
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co., De-
troit, Mich. - Finance and Economics
graduates for economic and financial
analysis, prefer CPA cert. or MBA
degrees, exper. candidates with BA de-
grees will be considered.
State of Michigan - Open corn-
petetive examinations every two weeks.
openings forClinical psychologist, Soc-
ial work trainee, clinical social work-
er, welfare social worker, several lev,,;1s
of these positions are available, some
require BS/BA degrees plus min. 1 yr.
exper. Most require MS/MA degrees.

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TO HELP:
-The families of servicemen and veterans
-Organize or participate in a blood drive
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