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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 22, 1968

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 22, 1968

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The Daily Official Bulletin Is a Ruotolo, Conductor: Aud. Rackham for Music Education at the College chasing business desired. Bus. acctg.,
offical publication of the Univer Bldg., 8:30 p.m. Level," on Fri., March 22 at 1:30 p.m. or sales bckrnd. degree in these flds LANSING (AP)-Leaders in Mich- to the confusion of any future dis-
Michigan fiaily assumes no editor- man: A. P. Britton. Radio Corporation of America, Find- igan's Legislature are reacting to orders.
fal responsibility. Notices should be G e feral Noticeslay, Ohio - Chem. or physics major Meanwhile,open housing de-
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Singer Alfred Buchanan, Speech, with exper. in silicon solid state. Elec- lastfsummerasbctvhioUpheavalsewith
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- 24 theflng rgram rouc by Dissertation: "A Study of the Attitudes tronic engineer, 'exper. with small an approach they hope will help sed y ear dse its co-
fare 2 p.m. of the day preceding 2of the Writers of the Negro Press To manuf. equip. Electrical engineer, session last year despite its co-
publcatin an by2 p~. Frday the TV Center will have their initial
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday ecas n etrot: ward the Depiction of the Negro in exper. in high speed testing of inte- quell riots and also help prevent sponsorslhip by the chamber's Re-
for Saturday and Sunday.Generalm tPlays and Films: 1930-1965," on Fri., grated circuits,
Notices may be published a maxi- "All:I0 a a ym. s WJ K" Canreporto March 22 at 2 p.m., W. Council Rm, MeiJer Thrifty Acres and Super Mar-habenritoud
umofto tmes on request: IDay Rackham. Chairman: W. P. Halstead kets, Grand Rapids, Mich. - Young sills introduced in the wake of an imbefor
~Calendar iems appear once only current problems of occupational mnadwmn ihsm}eti xe
Student organiation notices are y, health Norbert Antone Jaworski, Civil Eng-manome alsdie r last July's Detroit riot, which left the Senate
accepted for publication. For mr 12:00 Noon, WWJ-TV, Channel4. NretAteJarsiCvlEn-maosncmecaltuesrbsArad
normteo pucal. rmr 2:THE QUIET FURIES. "I'll Never For- quences for Water Quality Control in admin., good human relationsrskills 43 dead and destroyed propertyea approved by the Senate
information call 764-9270. get What's His Name." A close and neering, Thesis: "Optimal Release Se- and supv. aptitudes sought for be- Worth millions of dollars, are d- ths fear are bills creating the
dramatic look at the case study of Multiple-Reservoir Systems," on Fri., ginning management positions. ned to treat e of th felonies of inciting to commit
FRIDAY; MARCH 22 March 22 at 2 p.m> in Rm. 243, W. En- Connecticut Personnel - Community
anamnesiac,_1 gineering. Co-Chairmen: W. J. Weber affairs manpower development special. of riots and also to improve proce- various violent felonies and m
ing the incitement punishable by!
Honors Steering Committee - Peti- and R. A. Deininger. ist, degree in voc. guid., counseling, dures for handling violence once
tioning for central and all subcom- psych., soc. or bus. ad, plus 5 yrs, in the same penalties as the crimes
Center for Programmed Learning for mittee positions until March 27. Pick voc. gud., placement or personnel the inciter recommends.
Business-"Managing the Programmed up petitions in 1210 Angell Hall.management. In the first category are pro- The House has passed a bill
Lerning Effort Seminar": Michigan m ks rF y:GENERAL DIVISnION.................... .....{... pOsed state open occupancy legis- making it easier to prosecute per-
Union,8:0am to :0pm.Cmecen Tickets for Faculty: Peace Corps Week-Information cn-
. If you expect to attend the exercises ter at 3524 S.A.B., all students inter-'lation, measures protecting the sons caught possessing Molotov
Astronomical Colloquium - Prof. W. as a spectator, you may apply for a iested are invited to stop by and speak - RGAN IZATION rights of property renters, and a cocktails. Now before it is a meas-
A. Hiltner, Yerkes Observatory Univer- ticket in the Administration Bldg. with representatives between 9 a.m z __ESlsuggested change in the state ure makin it a fel t bs
say of Chicago, '"RecentExperiments lobby on Fri. afternoo Aprti ht Since a pa No appts. are necesy N Ik school aid formula to give poor or endanger on-duitayfieomeort
in -Ra Asroomy" R. 96,Phy- satng an asly ecoe tgh intheTh plcemntext.aeam will oec given, \/
ins-Astronomy Bldg., 4:00 p.m. University Events Bldg., it will be questionnaires must be filled out before : ..:. . . . . ..*. districts a greater share of the damage fire equipment, and mak-
necessary to keep control of all tickets the exam, these can be picked up dur-. . . . . . . state budget. ing it a misdemeanor to disobey
Center for Near Eastern and North until then. The tickets still available ing the hours above. Speakers are USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
African Studies - Mr. Kennebb Brown, will be distributed to the faculty and available to interested campus groups. NOUNCEMENTS is available to official- In the second are equally con- any reasonable order of a fire-
Research Associate, Committee for the emeritus faculty, first come, first Arrangements should be made by call- ly recognized and registered student troversial measures updating the mall.
Comparative Study of the New Na- served. ing Miss Mildred Webber at 764-7460. organizations only. Forms, are avail- Riot Act, strengthening the Another Senate-passed bill in-
tions, University of Chicago, "The So- able in room 1011 SAB states Ro csrnteigte'AohrSnt-asdbl
cial History* of a Moroccan City, Sale f Current Positions received by Gen- * * * laws against possession of incen- cludes a maximum penalty of 10
1830-1930", Fri., March 22, 200 Lane : Doctoral.j eral Division by mail and phone, call Libertarian League, Sun., March 24, diaries, making it a felony to in- years in jail and a $10,000 fine
Hall, 4:15 p.m. 764-4760 for further information: 2:00 p.m., 2X Union (Mines rm.), dils-
-Ex 'ai 1i s~ Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,| cussion of immediate and long-range terfere with firemen and giving for joining with four or more other
Cinema Guild - Jean Renoir's "Bou- Ind. - Advertising Salesmen, pref. | programs. local governments authority to im- persons "to wrongfully engage in
du Saved from Drowning", Arch. Aud. James Lucas Lee, Education, Disser- applic. familiar with Bloomington area. * * * pose emergency restrictions during tumultuous or violent conduct."
:00 and 9:05, p m. tation: "An Exploratory Search for Reporter, exper. covering gov. and po- I Baha'i Student Group, informal dis- riots.
Characteristic Patterns and Clusters of litical geats. Semi-conductor device cussion, "The Divine Springtime -r s
School of Musice Opera - Smetana's Seminary Persisters and Leavers," on Dev. Engr. EE, phys., ME, ChE. or BS ( Time for Renewal," Fri., March 22,
"The Bartered Bride" - Josef Blatt, Fri., March 22 at 9 a.m. in Rm. 4000, Chem., min. I yr. exper. in transistor or 8:00 p.m., 520 N. Ashley. All welcome. Different versions of the local-
Conductor, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, University High School, Chairman: diode dev. Electronic technician. Phy- Call 662-3548 if you need transporta. powers bill passed the House and
8:00 p.m. S. C. Hulslander. sicist. Broadcast Equip. sales engr., tion. Senate by wide margins this
fam. w/broadcast equip. Internal Aud- * *
School of Music Degree Recital - William Warner Tromble, Music, The- itor, degree in acct. analysis, vouching Bach Club Meeting, Wed., March 27, month, despite opposition of the
Jeffrey Hollander, Piano: School of sis: "The American Intellectual and exper., some travel. Computer program- 8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe. Michigan State Police, who fear aP
Music Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m. Music: An Analysis of the Writings of mer, exper. with 1400 series. , Speaker: Winston Kaehler, "The Con- patchwork of states of emergency, 5-0 P
Susanne K. Langer, Paul Henry Lang, Local Organization - Manager, Buy- certo Principle in Some Keyboard Mu- Vaying from city to city, will aid
University Musical Society - San Jacques Barzun, John Dewey, and ers Association, personable, dynamic, sic of J. S. Bach." For further informa v
Pietro Orchestra of Naples - Renato Leonard Bernstein-With Implications sales inclination, exper. in food pur- i tion, call 769-3422. --IFO R G EN

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