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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, March 30, 1968

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, March 30, 1968

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Gymnastics Playoff Set Today
By BILL DINNER ago was selected in hopes of al- I 've changed my mind is thatD*
For many years the Big Ten leviating the home town edge. we've got too good a team to give
has avoided playoffs in deciding Originally, when the three up a chance to go. I feel we'll
conference winners. However, teams tied for the conference do real well in the playoffs.". see wppens
this afternoon will see the second crown they thought they would In any event the meet should
in less than three weeks. all be able to attend the NCAA be interesting. Among the three
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official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
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Notices may be published a maxi-
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Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information cal 764-9270.
SATURDAY, MARCH 30
Day Calendar
School of Music Degree Recital -
William Huff, Bass: School of Music
Recital Hall, 2:30 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-Kay
Pool, Violin: School of Music Recital
Mall, 4:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild - CBS Documentaries:
Architecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05
p.m.
School of Music Degree Recit--Mar-
tha Kurzweil, School of Music Recital
Hall 7:00 p.
School of Music -- University Choir
Spring Concert - Maynard Klein, Con-
ductor, Hill Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
General Notices
TV Center Programs: On Sun., March
31 the following programs produced by
the TV Center will have their initial
telecast in Detroit:
11:00 a.m., WJBK TV, Channel 2 -
"The Arts: A Way of Life." The Mich-
igan State Council for the Arts docu-
ments its efforts to make the arts a
meaningful andavailable contribution
to Michigan citizens.
12:00 Noon, WWJ -TV, Channel 4.
"Writing for Children with Irene
Hunt." 1967 Newberry Award winner
Irene Hunt reads from her books and
answers questions posed by eight
young fans.
Discussion Group-Leader: J. Edgar
Edwards, Guild House, "Conscientious
Objection," Sunday, March 31, Cam-
pus Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw, 8:15 p.m.
Dinner Meeting of the Women's Re-
search Club: will be held at the Michi-
gan League on Monday, April 1. The
annual meeting, including election of
officers, will follow a 6:30 p.m. ban-
quet. The final program of the year
will be given by Helen V. (Mrs. Alex-
ander H.) Smith; her illustrated talk
is entitled "Wildflowers through the
Seasons."

Doctoral
Examinations
J. Robert Jump, Communication
Sciences, Dissertation: "Iterative Net-
work Realization of Sequential Ma-
chines," on Saturday, March 30 at 9
a.m. in Room 3057 Administration
Building, Chairman: H. L. Garner.
SGC
The approval of the following stu-
dent events becomes effective after
the publication of this notice. All
publicity for these events must be
withheld until the approval has be-
come effective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in rooms
1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities
Markley Hall Council - All-Campus
Mixer - March 29, 1968 9-12 p.m. Mark-
ley Snack Bar.
National Negro History Week,-Com-
mittee - Reception for Bob Marion -
March 29, 1968 3-6 p.m. - Wesley
Foundation Lounge.
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BV
STUDENT COUNCIL AT ITS MEET-
ING MARCH 28, 1968
Appointed: Larry McKay, Coordin-
ating Vice President of Student Gov-
ernment Council.
Appointed: Bob Neff and Tom West-
erdale to the Joint Judiciary Council
Interviewing Board.
Approved: SINCE Apartments Limited
has accumulated the largest amount of
complaints on maintenance, damage
deposits, etc. according to the SRU
complaint service,
SINCE Apartments Limited continues
to refuse acceptance of the University's
8 month lease,
SINCE the individual owners may be
more responsive to tenant needs and
satisfaction,
MOVE : That SGC urge students to
deal directly with their apartment
owners on complaints and direct SHA
to make ownership lists public and
available to students and direct the
SGC members to each call 2 owners
within the next week.
Appointed : Mary Margaret Livings-
ton and Alex de Parry to the Member-
ship Board.
Appointed: Ann Kane, Chairman of
the Membership Board.
Approved: That the office No. 2522
be reserved for Panhellenic Associa-
tion's Rush from December 1 through
February 1.
Appointed: Bob Nelson, Chairman
of the Student Consumer's Union.
Approved: That SGC allocate $150.00

"to the Lisle Fellowship Program for
scholarship use in international pro-
grams.t
Approved: To abolish the StudentI
Traffic Advisory Board, effective im-
mediately.
Approved: That the President bet
mandated to allow the affixing of
posters to the doors, bulletin boards,
and walls in the SGC offices.
Approved: That the responsibility"
for calendaring use of office No. 2522#
be vested in the Coordinating Vicet
President, or a person designated by
him.
Approved: That executive board
members and council members here
during the summer begiven the au-
thority to make decisions by 3/4 vote#
on any matter except change in the
Council Plan and take action in Coun-
cil's name.
Approved: That Student Govern-y
ment Council, as representative of the
University of Michigan student body,
endorses and wholeheartedly supportss
State Senator Lorraine Beebe's Bill
(No. 925) calling for state-wide sex;
education programs in public schools
and establishing an advisory board of
volunteers to guide the State Depart-
ment of Education in these matters.
Approved: That SGC request the
Board of Regents to increase SGC's al-1
location from 25 to 50 cents per stu-
dent per semester.F
Approved: That SGC hereby urges
the University, its schools, colleges and
departments, to declar that it will ad-<
mit and readmit, without prejudice,
students accused or convicted of non-
cooperation with the Draft.
Placement
BIUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS
3200 SAB
GENERAL DIVISION
Current Positions received by mail and
phone, plase call 764-7460 for furthrt
information:
Wood County Community Action Or-
ganization, Inc., Pittsville, Wis. - As-
sociate Director for rural CAA in cen-
tral Wis. Personnel mgmt., program
dev., public and community rl. conduct
and administration, extensive writing
and public speaking. Head Start Pro-
ject Director, admin. exper., to direct
professional and non-prof. staff of full
year Head Start program, Dtre in early
childhood education, social work, psych
home econ or rel. fids.
Abbott Laboratoris, North Chicago,
Ill. - Great " varity of openings for
tchnical and non technical prsonnel,
both xperinced and nw graduates. D-
gres requsted ar MBA and other bus-
inss and acctg. curricula, engineering
degrees, IE, and others, Chemistry,
architecture, packaging, EE, molecular
biol., work with microbiol. degrees,
Editors for technical writing, Isotope
chemistry.
UNITEDSTATES ARMED FORCES
INSTITUTE, .Madison, Wis. - Super-
visory Education Specialist, guidance,
BA, Teacher Education Program under
"Approved Program" approach, or 18
hours in ed. and/or psychological tests
and measurements plus 8 yrs. in ed-
ucation, 4 of which must be in admin.
of guidance services. PhD desirable.
Deputy Director of Research, studies
made in field of educational tech-
Snology.
BRANCH COUNTY PROBATE COURT
Coldwater, Mich. - County Juvenile
Officer, MSW preferred, ACSW super-
vision available for BS with social
work maj or.

This season has already seen
the basketball playoff between
Ohio and Iowa.
T o d a y Michigan, Michigan
State, and Iowa will battle it out
to see who has the right to at-
tend the NCAA gymnastics cham-
pionships next week in Tuscon,
Arizona.
George Williams College in
Downers Grove, Illinois, will hold
the meet, starting at 2 p.m. The
site, located southwest of Chic-
ORGANIZATI
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to official-
ly recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are avail-
able in room 1011 SAE.
American Field Service Club (AFS)
of Michigan will hold its last regularly
scheduled meeting of the year on
Sunday, March 31, 1968 at 6:00 p.m.
in Room 3A of the Union. Election of
of next year's officers will be held and
events for next year will be discussed..
All members please plan to attend.
Communication Sciences lecture,
Tuesday, April 2, 4:10 p.m., Michigan
room, League. Speaker: Dr. Gerard Sal-
ton, Cornell: "Automatic on-line In-
formation Retrieval and User-Control-
led Search Strategies."
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, Sun., March 31, 9:45 and
11:15 a.m.; Worship Services with Pas-
tor Scheips speaking on "The Come-
back's Comeback." Holy Communion
will be celebrated. 11:15 a.m. Bible
Class discussion on The Gospel Accord-
ing to St. John. 6:00 p.m. Fellowship

meet. But they were soon in- lteams are tour NCAA champions,
formed that only one team would plus all of this year's Big Ten
be allowed. individual champs, including sev-
MSU thought they apparently eral repeats from last season.
earned the right by capturing the Duiet dualtmeetseason
Big Ten meet, but the Big Ten Iowa built up more than a point'
had decided previously that the lead over Michigan in average
meet score, 188.47-187.44. State
crown was to be determined by trailed with only 186.12.
both dual and conference meets.
In protest MSU planned to boy- But in the Big Ten meet, State
cott today's meet, but gymnas- roared back with the highest
tics coach George Szypula re- score posted so far this season-
cently decided that "the reason 190.25. Although they are not ex-
pected to duplicate this, they
.should score very well.
Leading the squad is senior
Dave Thor, this year's only
O N NOT ICES jdouble winner at the Big Ten. He:
captured both the all-around and j
... ............... . the high bar. His all-around score
Pr-of 106.1 should help him earn-
supper followedby Gamma Delta Pro-a berth on the U.S. Olympic
gram film about the reaction of New
VnrkJr to n frn~Yt r ~iI1c o 00 Vf

xorxers to a carpenter carrying a
wooden cross through the Streets.
Graduate Master of Rine Art's De-
gree Exhibition, Rackham Galleries,
April 2-6 opening 8:00, April 2.
Libertarian League - Ayn Rand So-
ciety, presents George Riesman, As-
sociate Professor of Economics at St.
John's University, New York, will lec-
ture on "Capitalism - The Political
Economy of Reason, Thursday. April
4, 7:30 p.m. in Aud. C. Angell Hall.
* * *
Lutheran Student Chapel, Sunday,
March 31, 801 S. Forest Ave. Discus-
sion "Capitalism" at 7:15 p.m.
* * *
Bach Club meeting, Friday, April 5,
1968. 8:00 p.m. Guild House, 802 Mon-
roes Program; discussion, let by. John
Harvith, on The Gypsy Tradition.
(Haydn, Motzart, Litz, Brahms, etc.
For further information call 769-3342.
Art Print Loan prints due April
1-April 5, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., 1011
SAB.

Iowa, coached by Sam Ballie
fell apart in the conference meet,
but should be back together in
hopes of a trip to Arizona, and
The Eastern Regional Qual-
ification Meet, a preliminary
round for the Michigan Assoc-
iation of Gymnastics State
Meet, takes place all day today
in the IM Building. Ten persons
from each event in three divis-
ions - ranging in age from
nine years to highschool - will
go on to the state meet from
here.
a chance to revenge their loss
against defending NCAA champ
Southern Illinois.
The sidehorse team, strongest
part of Iowa squad, is led by
senior Marc Slotten, who took
first in the Big Ten.
Another Iowa stronghold is
their all-around squad. They are
led by co-captains Bob Dockson
and Neil Schmitt, both of whom
scored better than a hundred
points in the conference meet.
The Wolverines, nevertheless,
has plenty of talent. The tram-
poline trio of Captain Wayne Mil-
ler, Dave Jacobs, and George
Huntzicker recorded a 28.10 score,
for the highest squad total of the
meet. In individual honors they
captured the first three spots.
Parallel bar champ Ron Rap-
per will be at the helm of that
squad. Rapper, moreover, is push-
ed by all-around soph Sid Jen-
son, who captured fifth in the
all-around.

The tall, well-dressed Negro walked up the steps of the
new basketball arena and pushed through a door into the
multi-million dollar structure's sparkling white interior.
Once inside, he walked up one of the graduated ramps to
the magnificent bowl of seats surrounding the shiny playing
floor.
The man, who had once been one of the best players in
the area pranced lightly down an aisle between seats to the
edge of the floor. There, he slipped off his7shoes and picked
up a basketball lying along the side of the court.
At the center of the court he paused and looked up at
the empty stands. The sun was streaming in through the
openings where the ramps fed into and out of the giant
arena.
As he slowly let his gaze circle the quiet stands, he
recalled former times in a similar field house not far from
the new building. He recalled moments of glory and excite-
ment ... and he knew that those moments had been im-
portant factors in the decision to construct the new arena.
He lowered his eyes to the orange rim and white hoop
hanging from a glass blackboard at one end of the floor. The
old instinct took over.
He smacked the ball into a series of quick, successive
dribbles as he broke into a run toward the basket. With the
graceful eloquence of physical perfection, he streaked inward
from the foul line, and reached high into the air with the ball
resting upon his extended fingertips.
At exactly the right instant, he pushed the ball lightly off
his fingers, over the rim and down through the hoop. He slid
to a stop against the backboard poles and retrieved the bouncing
sphere from the circle.
Next, after a lightening-fast fake to the right, he moved
to the left with his back to the basket, whipped around and
lofted a high, arching shot toward the hoop. He raced toward
the basket and snapped the ball in midair soon after it had
swished soundlessly through the hoop.
During all of this his face was the picture of determined
effort: concentrated, intense, firm. Now he broke into a
wide grin, teeth shining and eyes glistening out of his black
face. He could hear the roaring in his ears.
He walked slowly and magnificently back to where he
had left his shoes; bent and put them on. He then turned
back to the court and tossed the ball grandly into the center
of the floor, setting into motion a series of startling, re-
sounding echoes.
As he climbed the aisle back to the exit, he could hear the
echoes gradually fill the empty room, and then subside into
nothingness.
At the top of the stairs, he turned once more and looked
over the magnificent accomplishment of science, architecture,
and game-winning jump shots. He wished that the buzzer would
sound. But it didn't.
The pounding in his chest slowed and resumed its normal
pace. He wandered down the ramp, through the exit, and out
into the streets.
He didn't bother to look back at he dome-shaped coliseum.
His head was down, and was filled with thoughts of fire, pity,
anger, remorse.
The shining white sun flashed off his black shoes, and ab-
sorbed their intensity. He walked back to his parked car, got
in and drove away.

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