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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 31, 1968

PageEigh THEMICHGAN AIL

Sunay-._.March.. 31.... 1968..

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Wyoming, Michigan - No fields list-
ed.
Glen Ellyn, Ill. No. 87 (Glenbard
H.S.) - H.S. - Bus., Eng., Fr., Lat.,
Span., Guid., Math, GPE., Chem., Art,
Mus., P.E./Coach, Phys., Biol., S.S.,
i b., Dr. Ed., Ger.. Phys Sci., S.S.,
Speech, Read.
Tuesday, April 11:
Dearborn Hlgts., SMich. (Crestwood P.
S)- Elema. K-5, Gr. 6-8 Math, G.-
P.E., Math/Sci., Or. 9-12, B'us., I.A.,
Math, Sci., Eng., S.S., Art.

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(Continued from Page ') Tuesday, April 9:
ter Carps, Teacher -- Intern Bi-idgeman,Mich. - Elem., H.S. - Eng.
leader positions, these pro- G.E.,Math, Lib., Bus., J.H., - Eng.
~m laderpostion, tese ro- FerndaleMc lrn -,Gd
described in detail in leaflet,, 7-12EAll.fieldsplusSp.Ed.
etailed Flint, Michigan (Bentley P.S.) -
etailed.Elema. K-6, Voc., P.E., J.T. - Eng.,
Eng/S.S., Arts/Cr., Shop, Type A, Math,
EDUCATION DIVISION H.S. - Eng., Voc., Shop, Math, Fr.,
following schools will interview Chem/Physics.
Bureau during the week of Flint, Mich. (Kearsley Schs.) - Elem
- 1-6, Art, Couns., Sec. -Eng/Journs.,
Sp. Corr., Fr., Read., l.A., Math.
, April S: Flint, Michigan (Westwood Hgts) -
a City, Mich. - No fields listed Elem. - K-6, Type A, Lib., Sp. Corr.,
Michigan (State Hospital) - See. - Eng., Eng/Journ., Sp/Debate, Sci.
ddp., Ed. Psych., Sp. Ther., Span., Bps., Voc., GPE, Coor. Ed.
.Med. Tech. Greenville, Mich. - Elem. K-6, Art,
.ngton, Mich. - No fields- listed. Sec. - Phys/Math, Eng., Lat., Lib.
Michigan (Carman Schs.) - Grosse lie., Mich. - Elem. See. -
[s listed. Art, GPE/Sci., Eng., Sci/Shop, Biol,
fCity, Mich. - No fields listed. Math, iHst.
Dearborn Heights, Michigan - Holly, Mich. - Elem. K-6, ArtVoc.
K-6, Lib., Read., VT, Soc. W., J.H. - EngfiS.S., MathfiSci., H.S. - Eng.
G.P.E., I.A., Inst., S.S./Math/ Jackson, Mich (Queen of the Mira-
E., Swim coach, Tracts. culus Medal) - GR 4, 5, 7 - S.S.
ville, Mich. (Brandon Schs.) - Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'anse Creuse P.f
- K-6, H.S. - Lib., and Guid. S.) - Elem. K-4, Sec. - Sp. Corr, Sp.
r, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, Sec. -All Ed., VT, I.A., Set., Math, Comm., H.E.
ilus Sp. Ed.
kston, Ill. (E. Ill. Dev. & Ser- Southgate, Mich. - Elem. K-6, J.H.
it) -- Elem. - K-6, Art, Mus., - Math, Set., Dr., I.A., H.S., - Bus., IA,
H. - Eng., S.S., Math, Sci., I.A., Math, Eng.
p./Eng., Sp/Journ., Fr., Fr/Eng., Addison, Ill. (Addison Trail H.S.) -
., S.S./Asst. Ftb., GPE/S.S., G- Art, Bus., Eng., Fr/Span. Ger., Guid.,
E/Hist, BPE/Bus.., Comm., Hist., I.A. Math, GPE, Chem., S.S., Lib., Set.,
oc., I.A., Lib., Biol., Dr. Tr. Span., Biol.

Wednesday, April 10:
Adrian, Mich. (Lenawee County) -
Sp. Ed. Only, TMR, Home B., Deaf.,
Soc. WV., Ortho.
Bridgeport, Mich. - Elem.,Auto., Type
A
Gradn Blanc, Mich. - Elem. K-6, Art,
Lib., Instr., Voc., P.E., Type A, Sp.
Ther., J.H. - Inst., Art., Counts., Eng/
S.S., Math, Lib.. P.E., Sci., Voc., H.S.
- Sci., Art, Bpus., Couns., Dr/Sp., Eng.,
For Lang., Lib., Math.
Midland, Mich. - Elem., - Lib., Voc.,
Art., P.E., Type A. VT, J.H. - Eng/S.S.,
Eng., Math, Sci., S.S., GPE, Art, BPE,
H.S., - Eng., Hist., Econ., Pol. Sci.,
Psych., Math, Phys., Sci., Earth Sci.,
Bus., I.A., Fr., Span.
Millington, Mich. - Elem. K-6, P.E.,
Lib., Sec. - Chem/Phys., Voc.- Ag., Fr/
Hist.
Muskegon, Mich. (Oakridge P.S.) -
Elem. - K-6, Type A, Read, Lib., Sec. -
Metal., aMth/Sci., PE/Health, couns.
Otisville, Mich. (Lakeville P.S.) -
Elem.
Portland, Mih. - Elem. - K-6, Lib.,
Type A, R. Read., J..1- OPE, H.S. -
I.A., Eng., H.E., Journ.
Temperance, Mich. (Bedford Sch.) -
All fields.
Warren, Mich. (Van Dyke P.S.) -
Couns. - Male, Bus., G.P.E.

Erie, Mich, (Mason Cons. Sch. -
Elem. - Sp. Corr., J.H. - Math/Sci/
Basketball Type A, SS/Eng.
Flint, Mich. (Bendle P.S.) - Elem.
K-6, ec. - Math, Metals, Elec., Type A,
Sp. Corr., Eng., Biol's.
Flint, Michigan (C.S. Mott . Child
Health Center) - Emot. Dist. Only.
Grand Rapids, Michigan (North-
view P.S.) - Elem. Read., J.H. - Sci.,
Eng., Eng/S.S., Sp., Shop, Read., Couns.
Lib., H.S., - Earth Sci, Life Sci., Phys/
Chem., Mech. Dr.
Northville, Michigan (Wayne County
Child Dev. Center) - Emot. Dist., M.
R.
Oak Park, Ill. (No. 99) - Elem. - K-6,
Sp Ed. - All, J.H., - Math/ Sc., Eng.,
Span., G.P.E., Art, Music, BP.E.
Yorktown Hgts., N.Y. - Elem., Sec.-
Eng., Lang., Math, S.S.
Pittsburgh, Pa. - All fields.
To arrange appointments contact
Mrs. Shear 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
ENGINEERING DIVISION
Make interview appointments at
Room 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg: unless
otherwise specified.
April 5, 1968
Ford Motor Company

WhiMp
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK -- Dick Barnett
shook New York loose from stub-
born Philadelphia in the last
quarter and the Knicks evened
their National Basketball Associ-
ation playoff series, beating the
76ers 107-98 yesterday.
The teams meet this afternoon
in Philadelphia in the fifth game
of the best-of-seven Eastern Di-
vision semi-final set. The teams
are tied 2-2.
The game will be on national
television.
Barnett, who was New York's1
only answer to a 76ers last period
rally that cut into an 87-71 Knick
lead, climaxed his performance
with a 25-foot hook shot to beatI
the 24-second clock.
The shot, which sent the crowd
of 18,262 to its feet, came after

ripplet
Philadelphia had closed the gap,
to 99-96 with 80 seconds remain-
ing,
Barnett, who hit 11 points in
the last quarter and 18 in the
second half, finished with 27
points. Teammate Walt Bellamy
had 28.
New York. hitting 16 of 25
from the field in the first quarter,
jumped to a 35-24 lead and heldI
a 68-56 edge at the half behind!
Bellamy's 22 points.
Philadelphia was bothered by
numerous turnovers against the
Knicks' harassing defense but re-
fused to fold.
New York lost Walt Frazier,
its star rookie, in the first half
of the rough game when he pop-
ped a tendon in his right calf.
Frazier will be out indefinitely.

76e rs

Wilt Chamberlain. hampered by
a Sore toe, had 23 points for the
76ers. Chet Walker added 20.
uskies itFinals
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Minnesota took a 15-point lead
into the final four minutes, then
had to stave off a Kentucky rally
to claim a 114-108 American Bas-
ketball Association victory yester-
day afternoon.
The triumph gave the Mtgskies
the ABA Eastern playoff series
three games to two and sent them
into thehdivision finals against
Pittsburgh.
That seven-game series opens
Thursday at Pittsburgh
Dael Carrier, held without a
field goal for 45 minutes, scored
seven points in barely more than
one minute to ignite a Kentucky
rally which pulled the Colonels
within five points with 11 /min-
utes remaining.
Kentucky got the ball again
but Louie Dampier missed a
three-point field goal attempt
with 56 seconds left.
Mel Daniels then hit a free
throw for Minnesota and Erv In-
ninger's short jump shot with 20
seconds to go iced it.
Inninger led Minnesota with 33
points, his best of the season, and
Les Hunter added 24. Dampier
had 33 for Kentucky.

4

DICK BARNETT

EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Cash*Connects in Tig er Win

UN ION-LEAGUE

THE GENERAL CO-CHAIRMEN
OF
HOMECOMIG 1968

By The Associated Press
LAKELAND, Fla-First base-
man Norm Cash blasted a pair of
two-run homers to pace the De-
troit Tigers to a 6-5 triumph over
the Atlanta Braves in an exhibi-
tion baseball game yesterday.
With the Tigers trailing 3-2 in
the sixth, Cash hit his first spring

Boston got an early lead on
run-scoring singles by Carl Yas-
trzemski and Rico Petrocelli and
a two-run double by Ken Harrel-
son. All four runs came off Yan-
kee starter Steve Barber,
Nats Whip Astros

That was the only run Sprague
has yielded in 12 innings in 8
tgames.
Odom yielded three runs in the
third on Ron Clark's single. Look's
double, Chance's walk, a wild
pitch and Jack Hernandez' two-
run double.

Proudly Announces the

1968

ALUMNI RELATIONS
Ronna Freiberg
Bill Klumpp
BOOKLET
Judy Cravets
Dan Omohundro
ENTERTAINMENT
Lee Mary Danielson
Rick Friedman

FLOATS and DISPLAYS
Barbara Joseph
Rob Martens
SECRETARY
Wendy Kress
PARADE
Rena Wish
Burt Reiter

?entral Committee
SPECIAL EVENTS
Mary Jean Dombrowski
Jim Sandler'
TICKETS
Susan Friedman
Mark Phillips
TRANSPORTATION
Bob Freund

homer off loser Tony Cloninger. POMPANO BEACH, Fla. ---
It followed a single by Jim Nor- Washington remained undefeated I
thrup. in 10 games against National Lea-
In the seventh, with Lenny gue teams yesterday, beating
Green on first, Cash hit another Houston 8-4.
homer off relief pitcher Cecil Up- Frank Howard contributed a
shaw. homer and a run-scoring single,
The Braves scored two runs in The Senators scored five runs
the ninth and had the tying run off Don Wilson in the second in-
on second before rookie Jim Rook- ning on a walk and five singles,
er finally retired the side. the last a two-run hit by Dick
* * * Nen. Howard hit his second spring
Yankees Edge Bosox homer to lead off the fifth and
singled home a run in the seventh.
RoINs n A10th Fn g ingl Houston reached Barry Moore
Robnso's 0thinnng inge Ifor eight hits and four runs inI
drove in the winning run yester- si gstwits adleshrri-
day as the New York Yankees de- six nings with Dave Adlesh driv-
feated the Boston Red Sox 5-4 gs

behindJimBouton s five strong
innings of relief pitching.
Robinson drove in his second
run of the exhibition baseball
game with a solid single to left
off loser Sparky Lyle. Roy White
scored the decisive run.
Robinson also singled in the
sixth to drive in White.
Dick Howser hit the only home
run of the game when he con-
nected off Boston starter Ray
Culp with a man on base in the
third.

A's Clip Twins
BRADENTON, Fla. -The Oak-
land Athletics hammered 20-game
winner Dean Chance of Minne-
sota for five runs with no outs in
the fifth inning yesterday and
edged the Twins 7-6.
John "Blue Moon" Olson of the
A's yielded a two-run homer to
Twins catcher Bruce Look in the
third and his relief, Ed Sprague,
threw a solo four-bagger to Rich
Rollins in the sixth.

the vandal
.. howard kohn
patience, Jobe .. .
We only protest feebly when our realities are changed.
But we resists most vehemently when our pretences are
attacked.
-Anonymous
the season opened friday in memphis. Jobe threw out the
first rock.
Jobe should have known better, of course,
he had been to sunday -school in the dingy-dirty white-
planked church by the river and to public, school in the grey
weather-tortured meeting house, he had learned all about
brotherly love.
out of the good book he was taught abouteCain and abel,
about the sons of jacob, the philistines and babylonians, jezebel
and ahab. and out of pretty-colored leaflets passed out at sun-
day school he was taught about the heathen pagans who annu-
ally sent their young men off into the jungle to engage in mortal
combat with men from other tribes.
he was taught it was the divine mission of good folks to go
about telling the sinners how wrong they were.
he hadn't understood why it was important to him at first
but the kind-looking man in public school explained that amer-
icans lost their blood and lives so that the pagans could under-
stand about brotherly love.
he was taught that the suppressors had to be blown away as
chaff in the wind before brotherly love could be learned openly
and freely.
he thought about that a long time as he walked home from
schoolhe thought about good and evil and all the things he'd
been taught.
Jobe thought he understood...

GRAPHICS
Barbara Lowrie

PUBLICITY
Susan Ettinger
Bruce Moorstein

TREASURER
Mike Sternberg

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Petitioning for
JOINT JUDICIARY COUNCIL

Come to my
ELECTION VICTORY
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Saturday eve., March 30
OLD HEIDELBURG
211 N. Main

also refused to accept the University's 8-month lease.
The owners will be much more concerned about the condition of his
and tenant satisfaction than the management agency.
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Pick up petitions in SGC offices.
Sign up for interview.
Petitions due in SGC offices
5:00 P.M. Wed., April 3.

Dancing
Entertainment
No admission
charge
MAX
SHATIN
DEMOCRAT
City Council
Vote April 1

KARL MALCOLM, 818, 8191 823,
6660 N. Maple Rd. 824 Brown
665-6634 1016 Oakland
515 Walnut
1506 Geddes
JACK SHIPMAN,
7 Shipman Circle, 410 Hill
AA, NO 3-2800 1412 Geddes
or 663-6366
ROBERT SHIPMAN, 415 Benjamin
3 Shipman Circle, 8
AA, 662-1784 819 Brown
or 663-6366
ED FENTON,
16591 Meyers Rd.,
Detroit, 864-7580 820 Fuller and
NED SMOKLER, neighboring bldg.
Detroit
548-7255
WILBERT BUDD,
929 Rainbow Bend, 832 Packard
Elkhart, Indiana
524-1043

ROBERT STOLL,
1465 Marian, AA
NO 2-0576
RICHARD STOLL, 402 Hill
1157 Aberdeen
Dr., AA
NO 3-1044
JOHN SHAREMET,
2980 Hickory, AA 1015 Vaughn
761-3087 712 Oakland
PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INS. CO., 503 Hill
Penobscot Bldg,,
645 Griswald, 425 Hill
Detroit
961-3828
DON AND
NELLIE THOMAS,
519 Tecumseh Rd. 911 Oakland
Clinton, Mich.
456-4965
RICHARD
CALDWELL,
3176 Lakewood 934 Greenwood
Dr., AA
668-8833

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SYMPOSIUM '68

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PANEL
BRUCE WHITE

SHAW LIVERMORE

ROBERT SKLAR

discussing the
New Moods of Dissent

RON J.
GORDON SMITH,

911 S. Forest
4 , I E : - -

RICHARD
BARNHIL L,
2615 Lookout Circle

913 Dewey
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