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Tuesday, March 26, 1968
DAILY OFFICIAL BU LLETIN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

(Continued from Page 5)
3. Proceeds to be used to promote
the academic pursuits of the students
of the University.
a. Open to any student of he Uni-
versity.
b. Open to members of the spon-
soring groups.
4. Proceeds to be used for charitable
projects.
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
CLAUSE:
The student organization must:
a. Show a general financial sound-
ness and an ability to cover operating
expenses.
b. Meet the stipulations of the
tracted groups.
RESOLUTION:
Be it resolved that this committee
recommends that the calendaring
committee takes the assignment of
concerts to the calendar not on a
restrictive schedule, but on the law
of supply and demand, and that we
mandate our representatives to follow
this policy.
Approved: Calendaring Chairman's
Comments, Conclusions and Recom-
menatlons.
Defeated: The calandaring commit-
tee in addition to its official report
and realizing that this is not part
of its assigned task, wishes to make
the following suggestion of a pro-
posed partical fall calendar with the
desire that it be passed on to the cal-
endaring, committee.
PARTIAL FALL CALENDAR 1968
1. Aug. 30-Sept. 2 Labor Day Week-
end, UAC, Outside Entertainment -
*yes..
2. Sept. 20-21, Weekend, IFC, Out-
side Entertainment - Yes.
3. Oct. 11-12, Weekend, IHA, Out-
side Entertainment Yes (MSU week-
end).
4. Oct. 25-26, Weekend (Homecom-
ing), Outside Entertainment - yes.
Nov. 16, One night, IFC-Panel, Out-
sidentertainment - No -IFC Sing.
Roll Call Vote
YES -- Heyboer, Hollenshead, Keefe,
Knowles, McCreath, Rorke, Nelson.
No - Davis, Lowen, Neff, Rubin,
Sherman, Westerdal, White, Koeneke.
Approved: That Student Government
Council endorse the following can-
didates for City Council:
1st Ward-Mrs. Norma Kraker (Rep.)
2nd Ward--Len Quenon (Dem)
3rd Ward -- Max Shane (Dem)
5th Ward--Leroy Cappaert (Dem)
AND Student Government Council
authorizes the following statement
about James Riecker, Republican can-
idate for the 2nd Ward:
Programs and policies of James
Riecker stand as the best reason for
supporting and voting for Len Quenon
in the 2nd Ward. Unfortunately,
Councilman Riecker has not and will
not effectively represent students
even though his ward includes most
of the central campus area.
Despite repeated building code vio-
lations by the owner of Albert Terrace
and by other apartment owners in the
2nd Ward, Mr. Riecker contends that
the housing laws are reasonably and
effectively enforced. His solution to
the housing problem in student areas
tis to let the law, of supply and de-
nand take its course, With regard
to the parking problem he would
speed up the elimination of all on-
street parking from 2-5 a.m. Most
unfortunately, he refers to all stu-
dents who are unable to register to
vote as mere "guests of the city." He
indicates there "guests of the city"
include students who live in private
apartments and indeirectly pay city
property taxes. He believes that stu-
dents and their problems are the Uni-
versity's business and not the city's.

In essence, the substance of his
proposals fails to come to grips with
the urban problems presented by the
rapid 'growth of the 2nd Ward, He is
to be contrasted with his opponent
Len Quenon and with Mrs. Norma
Kraker, the excellent Republican can-
didate in the 1st Ward.
Placeme~nt
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTSj
3200 SAB
GENERAL DIVISION
ANNOUNCEMENT:
VISTA will be interviewing at the
Bureau of Appts., Bus. Ad. and Econ.
Majors particularly. Others will be con-
sidered, for a credit union project by
VISTA,
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS at Gen-
eral Division, call or stop in to make
appts. before 4 p.m. day preceding
interview, 764-7460,
Thurs., March 28:
U.S. Navy, Detroit, Mich. Men and
women. All day. Any degree, any major
for officer training programs (15 varie-
ties).
U.S. Marines, Detroit, Mich. - All
day, men and women. Any degree, any
major for officer training programs,
United Air Lines, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Women. All day. Any degree, any ma-
jor for Stewardess.
Fri., March 29:
U. S. Navy, see above.
U. S. Marines, see above.
Gibson Greeting Cards, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Men and women, morning only.
BA in Engl. and Fine Arts. Art and de-
sign positions, Sales (inside and terri-
torial) and Verse writing.
Sat., March 30:
Camp Fire3Girls, Detroit, Mich. -
Women only, morning only. Interviews
will be held at the Michigan Union,
however appointments must be made
at the Bureau. Call 764-7460. Interview-
ing for national staff members, Field
Directors, District Directors, Camp Di-
rectors, and Executive Dir.
Peace Corps Week Apr. 1-5--Informat-
ion center at 3524 SAB, all students in-
terested are invited to stop and speak
with representatives between 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m. No appts. are necessary.
The placement exam will oe 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.
Opportunities for Further Study and
Financial Aid, received by General Div-
ision, call 764-7460 for further infor-
mation:
State University of New York at Buf-
falo, School og Business Administration
catalogue is on file at Gen. Div. An-

nouncements of Graduate assistant-
ships, Stipends, and special programs
of administration and Ph.D. MBA pro-
grams for BA degrees in Anthro., Arts,
Bus., Econ., Engrg., Geol., Geog., Math,
Philo., Phys., Poli. Sci., Psych., and
Soc., regular and quantitative , pro-
grams.
Australian National University, Re-
.search Scholarships in school of Bio-
logical Sciences, Developmental Biol.,
Population and Environmental Biol.,
and Genetical and Molecular Biol. For
2-3 year Ph.D. work, stipend, fares to
and from Canberra, Australia, and
family allowances. Application should
be made before April.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
March 27
Camp Nahelu, Mich. Coed.-1-5. Head
counselor, man, 21 or over. Tripper, 21
or over man. 2 Waterfront counselors,
men. Two women counselors.
Camp Cavell, YWCA, Metro. Detroit
-1-5. Waterfront, arts and crafts, gen-
eral counselors, sports director and
nurse.
March 28
Camp Holiday, Mich, girls-1-5 Wa-
terfront director, general counselors,
unit leaders, nurse.
March 29
Camp Chief Makisabee, Mich. Social
work camp.-1-5. Counselor on water-
front, senior counselors, and unit
leaders. Nurse,.
ORGAN I.ZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to official-
ly recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are avail-
able in room 101 SAB.
Delta Phi Alpha, the national Ger-
man honorary fraternity, will hold its
spring meeting and initiation cere-
monies Wed., March 27 at 8:15 p.m. in
the W. Conference Rm. of the Rack-
ham Bldg. The art historian Dr. Egon
Verheyen will speak on the topic,
"Erwin von Steinbach and Goethe -
Betrachtungen Uber das Strassburger
Munster."
* * *
UM Scottish Country Dance Society
meeting every Wed., 8:00-10:30 p.m.,
Women's Athletic Bldg. Beginners wel-
come. Instruction given.
* * *
Bach Club Meeting, Wed., March 27,
8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Speaker: Winston Kaehler, "The Con-
certo Principle in Some Keyboard Mu-
sic of J. S. Bach." For further informa-
tion, call 769-3422.
* * *
Student Zionist Organization, Lec-
ture discussion, Wed., March 27, 8:30
p.m., Mines Rm., 2nd floor Union.
Speaker: Leon Fine, "American Settlers
in Israel." -

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