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Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAIL

Thursday, March 21, 1968

ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
921 Church St.
Friday, Mar. 22, at 8 P.M.
"South Africa Today"
What arethe eltes?
What can students do?
SPEA KE R:
Gail Morlan,
Frontier jntern in South Africa
1966- 1968
Daily Classifieds Get Results

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House Leaders Spilit
Over Civil Rights Bill

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(Continued from Page 5)
World is Square", March 22, 10 a.m.-
5 p.m., School of Public Health.
Canterbury House & Student Peace
Union & Draft Teach-In Committee,
Teach-In on the Draft and American
Soiey March 19, 4 p-m-idnight,
Students for McCarthy, Bucket Drive
Campaign, March 18, 19, 10, 9 a.m.-
5 p.m., Diag.
Doctoral
Examinations
James Alan Reynolds, English Lan-
guage and Literature, Thesis: "Gre-
yue'Tcreatises, and the Nature of
at 9 a.m. in W. Council Rm., Rackham.
Chairman: John Arthos.
Jiames Mc'nEoyrhe, Amiccan Culture,
the National Election of 1964," on
Thurs., March 21 at 10 a.m., in Rm.
625, Haven Hall. Chairman: R. C.
Leighton Selman Whitsitt, Pharma-
cology, Thesis: "A Pharmacological
Levorotatory Isomers," on Thurs.,

March 21 at 10 a.m. in Rm. M-6314
Medical Science. Chairman: B. R. Luc-
chesi.
Hardam Singh Azad, Civil Engineer-
ing, Dissertation: "Phosphorus Uptake
o-nmental and"PhysolgcaltCondi
tions," on Thurs., March 21 at 2 p.m.
in Rm. 340, W. Engrg. Chairman: J. A.
Borchardt-.
John Lewis Kurzenberger, Aerospace
Eninerng *Tesi"h Use I ofCn
iputers," onThurs., March 21 at 2 p.m.
L. E. Fogarty andED T reeood.in:
Doyle. Wild Buckwaiter, Political Sci-
ence, Disssertatin: "The Gulf ofTon-
Reality," on Thurs., March 21 at 3 p.m.
in Rm. 4609 Haven Hall (Conference
Rnm.), Chairman: A. F. K. Organski,
Frank udo JnnEuai,
Thesis: "Variations inNursin Seric
Characteristics and Teachers' Health
Observation Practices in Pour Michi-
gan Cities," on Thurs,, March 21 at
GENERAL DIVISION
Peace Corps Week--Information cen.-
ter at 3524 S.A.B., all students inter-
ested are invited to stop by and speak
with representatives between 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m. No appts. are necessary.
The placement exam will be given,
questionnaires must be filled out before

the exam, these can be picked up dur-
ing the hours above. Speakers are
available to interested campus groups.
Arrangements should be made by call-
ing Miss Mildred Webber at 764-7460.
First Week of April ends Recruiting
Appts., 3200 S.A.B. Requests continue
to be sent for both experienced and
inexperienced personnel. Come in and
company literatue directoriesn ond em
may plan. Please report job offers,
whether or not you accept, to the
Council uses these for statistical pur
poses. Keep the Bureau up to date on
address changes and plans after grad-.
yCurrentraPositioOeig receive
phone, call 764-7460 for further infor-
mation.
Financial Programs, Inc., Oak Park,
Mich. - Sales Management positions
(5 openings), Mutual Funds and life
insrace saar b s on psoal
under you. Man or woman, degree de-
management desired age 21 nun.sor
Northeastern Biologists, Rinedeck,
N.Y. - Biologist, man, BS in general
Fisheries work, must know how to
swim-.
Management Consultants, N.Y.C. -
Sales Engineer for manuf. of jet air-
craft, liaison between engineer and
salesman, man, Aeronautical engineer-

ing degree or exper. in aircraft mftr.
Sales orientation, early 30's age range.
Silver Spring Neighborhood Center,
Milwaukee, Wis. - Caseworker, MSW,
for Family Counselor position, men. 2
yrs. exper. in Social Case work req.
Assistant Director, man, some knowl
social wk, community problems and
resources, course work in psych., soc.,
wk.. or guid. & couns. Field worker
similar work and background to above.
1-3 yrs. In asuditing, public or indus-
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
-Secretarial positions, library assist-
ant, technical editor, Research asst.,
language abortor superisor. Com-
reau of appts., 3200 S.A.B. 764-7460.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE,
ner 212 S.A.B., Lower Level
March 21:
Camp Mataponi, Maine, girls, 10-5.
Must be 20 or over for waterfront, In-
structors for arts & crafts, dance and
rCam Mapiehurst, Mich. Coed. 1-5.
Counselors for arts & crafts, canoe
trips, instructors in sailing and scuba.
ENGINEERING DIVISION
Make interview appointments at Rm.
128 H West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
March 27:
Firestone Tire and Rubber Co.

WASHINGTON (P) - The Sen-
ate-passed civil rights bill was
caught in a political cross fire in
the House yesterday with Re-
publicans and Democrats accus-
ing each other of delaying action.
The bill is hung up In the Rules
Conimittee, where three Democrats
joined the five Republican mem-
bers in voting 8 o 7Tesday to
Wants Conference
Following a meeting of all Hou~se
Republicans, GOP leader Gerald
H. Ford of Michigan called on
the Democratic leadership to send
the bill immediately to a confer-
ence with the Senate and abandon
its plan to accept the bill with-
out change.
Ford and other Republican lead-
ers want the bill's strong open
housing provision altered to
exempt individual homones
Under the Senate bill they woul
be exempt only If they sell or rent
their houses themselves, without
using a real estate broker.
The Democratic strategy calls
for an up or down vote on the
bill as it now rstands, with no
chance for amendments.
"I emphatically urge the Dem-
ocratic leadership to send the
blU to conference today," said
Ford. "That is the quickest way
to proceed."
Rep. Melvin R. Laird, of Wis-
consin, chairman of the GOP
conference, added it should be
stipulated that if the conferees
failed to agree within 10 days the

bill could be brought back to the
House for the up and down vote
the Democratic leaders want.
Laird said he and "a vast ma-
jority of the Republicans would
vote for' the bill under such cir-
cumstances. "If they can't get
agreement," he said, "We would
take the Senate bill."
their demand frb a HouseSen
ate conference on the House floor
Wednesday, they aroused the Dem-
ocr ats to swift retaliation.
Majority Leader Carl Albert of
Oklahoma said, "if we could have
gotten a couple of, Republican
votes in the Rules Committee yes-
terday we could have the bill on
the floor next week."
Criticizes Republicans'
Rep. Richard Bolling, a Dem-
ocratic member of the Rules
Committe said te sRepublican
about the nee for a conference
tion that would have permitted the
House to choose any course of pro-
cedure it wanted.
"The point is," said the Missour-
ian "there is a group in the Hoiuse
that is Insisting on having its way
In this. It is saying "You can go
to conference or you don't aAct.'"
The leadership Is still hoping
to bring the bill to a vote on April
10, the day after the Rules Com-
mittee is due to vote on it. The
House starts a 10 day Easter Re-

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