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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1Nednesd(jv. Ar)ril 10. 1968

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ss 21, 1968. Medical Scool diplomas will
flaoi Citizns Beat Bombs with Bamboo DAILY OFFICIAL idynt
BU LE I convocation on Mayl 31; Dearborn
MIAMI, Fla. (P) - The people "These are remarkably cffective reduced to broken bricks and scat- He reported that the Long U.E.T. . erisp *iasJawShoolrdiptona
in North Vietnam's capital met shelters," Baggs said, "and there tered glass on any afternoon," Bridge which once spanned the may be called for after Ma 27 at Rm.
the escalation of the American air are now tens of thousands of them Baggs wrote, mile width of the Red River and fContinued from Page 5 555. Admin. Bldg.
war against them with compar- in Hanoi." Baggs said the number Baggs said that 'In Hanoi al- its approaches, just outside Ha- D Doctoral degree cand dates who qua-
able escalation of their.defenses, of the shelters has increased most incidentally, but conspicu- -noi, "is now a silent and grotesque Dr. iichard B. selander, Dept. ofrEn- degreefrom t e Graduate School and
which an American writer report- greatly since he was in tie Com- ously in the countryside, you see monument to the precisi3n of the to -logy, University of Illinois, "Sex- wHO ATTEND THE COMMENCEMENT
ed yesterday seem to have "car- munist capital 14 months ago. the violent wake of the American United States Air 1ore. The plsiBcshAstron Bldg, 0Beetes. hEXERCISEs will be given a hood b
ried them through the air war in -t.-Ibombers" The damae from ar- mild1l ,f thhri riab iyt

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remarkably good shape."
Bill Baggs, editor of the Miamia
News, said Hanoi is nested in
what must be "one of the most
sophisticated and effective warn-
ing systems in the world,"
Shelter System
Hundreds of loudspeakers send'
people scurrying for shelter when
U.S. fighter-bombers approach;
the city, he said.
"Something which appears to
be a purely Vietnamese confection
is the 'one-person bomb shelter,' "4
Baggs reported in a copyrighted'
story written while returning from
his second trip to Hanoi.
The shelters are lengths of con-
crete pipe about three feet in di-1
ameter planted in the ground. Thei
shelters have lids of concrete or1
woven bamboo.

Believe It or Not ial bombardment is much greater
In the first of a series of re- now than last year.
ports, Baggs said independent wit- Many Fly-Overs
nesses in the diplomatic corps Many U.y-Oers
report that "persons nave survived over or near Hanoi 11 times
the impact of air to grround mis- March 29-31, but dropped bombs
siles landing only four feet from in the suburbs and not in the city.
these one-person shelter holes. "A little more than a year ago,
You cannot verify this, but you the rolong stoc in Noyear Vet-
can eliee it" headde therollong stack in North Viet-
can believe it," he added. nam appeared to be the ragged
Hanoi is not really a blitzed city
in the traumatic style of Rotter- items of an .impoverished motor
dam, or even London, in World pool. The trucks were old, usually
War II," he said. "Rather, it has small, and frequently you saw
been sort of nicked at. Or per- them stalled or expired along the
has they were nuisance raids or Groadways of the country," he re-
ported.
those punishing mistakes com- "Now it is apparent that North
mon to the making of war." Vietnam has invested much of its
"There is not even a hint that line of credit with the countries
the American strategy has been of the Soviet Union and what they
to obliterate Hanoi. Surely, with- call their socialist compatriots'
the competence of the U.S. Air in eastern Europe for rting

Force, all of this city could be

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trucks, some in the region of two
and a half tons, and they are new
and well kept.
"Again, another sign of what
might be described as 'the escala-
tion of defense' is the common
sight, out in the countryside, of
modern ingredients for carrying
on a war. In one short stretch of
road, there were seven tractor-
drawn rocket launchers and more
than 30 gasoline tank trucks and
four heavy artillery pieces and
every one was new to the extent
that each appeared almost un-
used," Baggs said.

oueu Le orlage is a mangled
silhouette ... steel and wood and
concrete sagging despondently into
the river. The destruction was
surgically accomplished.".
"But once more you see the
tenacity and invention of these
people. Only a short distance
south of the Long Bridge is a new
span across the vital river, hastily
composed of pontoons, and on
down the river are other new
bridges, largely made of bamboo,"
he said. Bamboo is stacked on
both sides of the river for quick
repairs in case the bombers come{
again.
Baggs was accompanied to Ha-
noi on both trips by Harry Ash-
more, former editor of the Ar-
kansas Gazette and now 'executive
vice president of the Center for
the Study of Democratic Institu-
tions.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
room 1011 SAB.
* * *
UM Scottish Country Dance Society
meeting Wed., 8:00-10:30 p.m., Women's
Athletic Bldg. Beginners welcome. In-
struction given.
* * * ~
UM Rifle Club, shooting, instruction,
equipment supplied, 'tonight, 7-9 p.m.,
ROTC Range.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St.
at Forest, April 11, Holy Thursday Serv-
ices: 7:15-8:00 p.m., Service with Com-
munion.
. * .
Art Print Loan Prints due by Friday,
otherwise a hold credit will be placed
on, youraccount. Bring prints to 1011
SAB, 8-12 and 1-5.
* * *
University Lutheran Chapel, April 10,
10:00 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw, Tenebrae
Service.

Tenor:" Arena Theater, Frieze Bldg, BUREAU OF APPOINTMIKNTS
4:10 p.m. 3200 SAB
GAN NERAL DIVISION
Hopwood Lecture - Denise Levertov, ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Poet, "Origins of a Poem", Rackhamn Graduating Seniors and other stu.
Lecture Hal, 8:00 p.m. dents - Placement services at both
Idivisions of the Bureau of Appts.,
School of Music Degree Recital -- Teaching, and General, can be of use
Sister Nathan Super, Organ, Organ to anyone who is not certain of future
Studio 2110, School of Music, 8:30 p.m. employment or plans. Requests con-
tinue to be sent to us, and are pub-
School of Music - University Sym- lished in the Daily, to resume with
phony Band, ZWilliam Revelli, Con- summer sessions, are entered in a Cur-
ductor, Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m. rent Openings Notebook, and are pub-
] j lished in the Alumni Job Bulletin.
General Notices Please give us your home or campus
address for the summer in order to
Botany Seminar - Co-sponsored by receive this bulletin and other com-
the Depts. of Biological Chemistry and munications. If you have accepted an
Zoology - Dr. Masayasu Nomura, Uni- offer 6f employment, or received of-
versity of Wisconsin will speak on "Re- fers, please inform the General Divi-
constitution of Ribosomes from Sub- sion, thus we will be able to remove
ribosomal Components," Thurs., Ap- your file from available applicants, and
ril 11, at 4:15 p.m. in 2054 Nat. Sci. Bldg. this information is ,useful to the Col-
leg~e Placement Council for statistical
Attention Faculty Members of: Col- purposes for counseling,
lege of Literature, Science and the Thursday, April 11,
Arts, School of Educatino, School of Placement interviews at Genera Div-
Music, School of Public Health, and ision, Bureau of Appts., 3200 S.A.B, call
School of Business Administration. Stu- 764-4760 before 4 p.m. for appoint-
dents expecting degrees April 27, are ments:
advised not to request grades of I or Teachers Corps, throughout the
X. When such grades are absolutely U.S., - Men and women, all day, call
imperative, the work must be made up 764-4760 for appts. Two types of as-
in time to, allow you Ito report the signments. Teacher interns - recent
make-up grade not later than noon, graduates or special qualified upper-
Fri., April 26. classmen, 2-3, mo. preservice training
at 50 participating college and univ.
Commencement Ticlets for Faculty: acquinting them with social and econ.
If you expect to attend the exercises problems of poverty, and with the
as a spectator, you may apply for a communities in which they will serve;
ticket in the Administration Bldg lob- then enter a nearby university, yield-
by on Fri. afternoon, April 26. Since ing MA and cert. at end of 2 years.
seating can easily become tight in the Teacher Corps team leaders - have
University Events Bldg., it will be nec- graduate degrees and teaching exper in
essary to keep control of all tickets poverty areas. After preservice training,
until then. The tickets, still available which includes more background \n
.will be distributed to the faculty and techniques used with disadvantaged,
emeritus faculty, first come, first Spanish communities, Indian reserva-
served. tions, and migrant labor camps, they
-- may serve as leader of team of teacher
SPRING CQMMENCEMENT EXERCISES interns, work with school officials on
April 27, 1968 programs, serve as liaison between the
Graduates assemble at 9:30 a.m. university, school and neighborhood.

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Procession enters at 10:00 a.m. Pro-
gram begins at 10:30 a.m.
Exercises will be held at 10:30 a.m.
in the University Events Building. Ex-
ercises will conclude about 12:30 p.m.
All graduates as of April 1968 are,
eligible to participate.
Ti'ckets:
Maximum of four to each prospec-
tive 'graduate, to be distributed from
Mon., April 15, to 5:00 p.m. Friday, Ap-
ril 26, at Diploma Office, 555 Admin.
Bldg.
Some unclaimed tickets may be
available at the Information desk, first
floor, Admin. Bldg., on Sat., April 27,
8 *00-9 :30. a.m. N
Academic Costume:
Can be rented at Moe Sport Shp p,
711 N. University Ave., Ann Arbor. Or-
ders should be placed immediately.
Assembly for Graduates:
At 9:30 a~m, in area east of Stadium.
Marshals will direct rgraduates to prop-
er stations, In case of inclement
weather, graduates will go directly to
the building where they will be seat-
ed by marshals.
Spectators:
All spectators should be seated in
the building by 10:00 a.m. when pro-
cession enters,
Graduation Announcements,
Invitations, etc.:
Inquire at Office of Student Af-
fairs.
Commencement Programs:
To be distributed at exercises.
Distribution of Diplomas:
Diplomas conferred as of April 27,
1968, may'be called for at the Student

U.S. Civil ,Service Management In-
tern Oral Examinations will be held
April 24-26 at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3200 S.A.B. Students will be
notified individually by the Civil Serv-
ice Commission as to which day they
are scheduled.
Current Positions received by Gener-
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information,
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per req. Biochemist, BS chem. plus
minor Biol./ MS Biochem. no exper.
needed with MS, 1-2 yrs. with BS.
Colgate Palmolive Company, Piscat-
away, N.J. - R & D Dept. seeks Tech-
pical librarian, MALS degree and BS
in bils. or chem.
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