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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11- 14911

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BAEZ, 68 JAILED:
War Opponents Return Cards

(Continued from Page 1)
of the U.S. courthouse. As their
names were called over a loud-
speaker, each one dropped a draft
card or. "letter. of non-coopera-
tion' into cardboard boxes on the
sidewalk. U.S. Marshal Anthony
Marasco refused to take the box-
es however.
The demonstrators collected 181
draft cards and 105 supporting
statements. anyway. They said
their demonstration was part of a
nationwide mobilization by those
resisting the. draft.
Coffin Speaks
At the Arlington Street Church
in .Boston 3500 demonstrators
from Harvard, Yale, Boston and
Brandeis - universities rallied to
hear Y a 1 e chaplain William
Sloane Coffin offer church and
synagogue sanctuaries for draft
resistors.
ORGANIZATION
NOTI CES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized-and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Rm. 1011 SAB,
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Friends of Vietnam Fall, Wednesday
luncheon, noon. October 18, Guild
uon se, 802 oMnroe, speaker: Ed Mose,
graduate student in History, speaking
on Vietnam.
A meeting of the Liberatarian League
- Avn Rand Society will be held Wed.
evening, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m. in room 3D
rle students interested in Objectivism
are invited to attend.
r * *
; Concert Dance Organization is hold-
Ing, modern dance classes every Tues-
cay 7:30 p.m. and Thurdsay 8:15 at the
Barbour Gym Dance Studio. Classes are
held for men on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Communication Sciences Lecture Ser-
les sponsors De. Richard Rosenberg,
"Simulation of Genetic Population."
Tues. Oct. 17, 4:10, Michigan Union 3A.
UM Ski Club, mass meeting for Aspen
trip, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m., Union Ball-
'room.
Vietnam Club, meeting Oct. 18, 7:30 p.
' ., International Center, Lounge.
speaker: Mrs. Le Thi Anh, "The Viet-
iamese as a People."
College Republican Club, education
committee meeing, Oct. 17, 4:00. 3511
SAB.
College Republican Club, campaign
committee meeting, Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m.
7[7
THIS WEEK
Thursday & Friday
STORM OVER
ASIAI
dir. Pudoukin, 1928
The destruction of
imperialism in Asia
Saturday & Sunday
GRAPES of
WRATH
dir. John Ford, 1941
From Steinbeck's classic;
an Academy Award winner,
with Henry Fonda.
7:00 & 9:05
ARCH ITECTURE
AUDITORIUM
iSTILL ONLY 50CMM

Coffin said that law officers
would have to enter the religious
buildings in order to arrest the
draft violators.
A total of 214 draft cards were
given to Boston ministers to be
handed over to the Justice De-
partment in Washington on Fri-
day. Another 52 persons burned
draft cards at the Boston rally.
Four demonstrators in Chicago
were arrested and sentenced to 10
days in jail for creating a dis-
turbance at the Federal Bldg. as
an estimated 250 persons tried to
enter the building to surrender
draft cards.
Two representatives were per-
mitted to enter the Los Angeles
Federal Bldg. after 300 demon-
strators were locked out. They
carried a bucket containing 55,
draft cards.
In Detroit, 100 persons were
presented at a press conference at
the Fort' Shelby Hotel for draft
resistors. Father Maurice Geary
read a statement of the Clergy
and Laymen Concerned About Vi-
etnam offering two D e t r o i t
churches as sanctuaries.
The demonstrators picketed De-
troit induction center in the Ca-
dillas Towers in a driving rain
while 17 draft resistors went up-
stairs to turn in cards. Col. Roy
Culbert refused to take the cards
and the youths threw them on his
desk. Culbert said it was up to
state Selective Service Director
Col. Arthur Holmes to decide

what would happen to the draft
refusers.
Police arrested 10 persons for
sitting n at the Champaign-Ur-
bana draft board. A draft-card
burning ceremony organized by
the Draft Resistance Union pre-
ceded the sit-in.
Demanstrations also occured on
the Cornell University campus at
Ithaca, N.Y.; at the Denver, Colo.,
Selective Service headquarters;
at the Mnneapolis, Minn., federal
bldg.; in Cincinnati, O.; at Port-
land, Ore.; and at the National
Selective Service headquarters in
Washington, D.C.
Baez Busted
The Oakland demonstration
where Miss Baez was arrested,
was the largest in a summer-long
attempt to blockade the induction
center. It began at 6 a.m. and
faded away four hours later after
failing to prevent entry of several
busloads of inductees f r o m
throughout Northern California.
Some draftees were momentar-
ily blocked, but police formed a
double column through which the
draftees walked peacefully into
the building for their physical
examinations.
Demonstrators taken into cus-
tody were arrested one by one and
led into patrol wagons to be tak-
en in to the city jail. When the
last draftees entered, other dem-
onstrators crowded around the
entrances. The doors were locked
and no further effort was made
to remove the pickets.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only,
Student orgainzation notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17
Day Calendar
College of Engineering and Interna-
tional Scientific Radio Union Annual
Symposium -- Rackham Building, 9:00
a.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
Samuel Lam, Organ: Hill Auditorium,
8:30 p.m.
College of Engineering - Three Day
Lecture Series - today, Wednesday,
Thursday - Dr. Paul C. M. de Belatini,
San Miguel de Allends, Gto., Mexico,
"The Morphology of Physics," Room
311 West Engineering, 3:00 p.m.
Department of Psychiatry Lecture -
James Masterson, Jr.. M.D., Cornell Uni-
versity Medical College, "The Psychi-
atric Significance of Adolescent Tur-
moil": Auditorium, Children's Psychia-
tric Hospital, 4:30 p.m.
American Association of University
Women Lecture (Ann Arbor Branch) -
Dr. Walter M. Spink, The University of
Michigan, "Japanses Gardens and Arch-
itecture": Rackham Amphitheater, 7:30
p.m.
Linguistics Club - Professor Paul
Thieme, University of Tubingen, "Phil-
osophy of Grammar in Ancient India,"
Auditorium A, Angell Hall, 7:45 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program-George
Kelly's The Show-off: Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
School of Music Concert - University
of Michigan Arts Chorale and Annj
Arbor Symphony Orchestra - Emil'

Holz, Conductor and Marynard Klein,
Conductor: Ann Arbor High School
Auditorium, 4:00 p.m.
School of Music Concert - Collegium
Musicum: School of Music Recital Hall,
8:30 p.m.
General Notices
Interdepartmental Seminars in Fluid
Mechanics - Professor Sydney Gold-
stein, Harvard Unversity, "A Retro-
spective View of the Development of
Fluid Mechanics in the 20th Century
- A Continuation of the Unfinished
Story," Wednesday, Oct. 18. 325 West
Engineering Bldg., 4:00 p.m.; coffee will
be served at 3:30 p.m. in Room 214
West Engineering Bldg.
Final Student Tea at the home of
President and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher on
Wed., Oct. 18. from 4-6 p.m. Special
honored guests: President-Designate
IRobben W. Fleming and Mrs. Fleming.
All students are cordially invited.
The Department of Linguistics will
be offering the French and German
language examinations for the MA stu-
dents in that department on October
19 and 20. Please sign up in the
Linguistics Department Office (218
Gunn Building or Phone 764-0353) as
quickly as possible.
Doctoral Examination for: Glenn Al-
lan Ohlson, Education and Psychology;
Thesis: "The Effects of Maternal At-
titudes on Self Concept and Classroom
Performance in Pre-Adolescent Edu-
cable Retardates," Tuesday, October 17

in West Council Room, Rackham at
3:00 p.m., Chairman: W. C. Morse.
Foreign Visitors
The following foreign visitors can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor
Programs Office, 764-2148.
October 18-25, 1967
Mrs. Louise Braga, Linquist, Hong
Kong.
October 23-25, 1967
Miss Carol Holgren, Centro Inter-
culturalde Documentation, Cuernavaca,
Mexico.
October 19-20, 1967
Mr. Teruo Matsushita, Specialist in
Japansese-Soviet legal studies. Professor
of Soviet Law, Kobe University, Kobe,
Japan.
October 23-25, 1967
Mr. Sang - Hyun Cho, Professor of
Voice and Choral Music, Seoul, Korea.
[October 25-28, 1967
Miss Ellie Boyd, Liaison Officer, Wal-
kato University, New Zealand.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Canadian Public Service Commis-
sion test given Tues. Evening, Oct. 17.
Contact Bureau for details.
American Oil will be interviewing
at Chemistry Placement Oct. 17 for
Econ and Math majors interested in
Compt., Mktg. Res., Pub. Rel., Purchas.,
Trans. and Programming.
Placement Interviews for week of
October 23-Oct. 27, 1967 Please call 764-

Monday, Oct. 23, 1967 J.C. Penney Company, Inc., Ann Ar-
Metr i ibor, Mich. - M & F, a.m. only. BA
tropolitan Life, Ann Arbor, iMch Econ., and Gen Lib Arts., for Mgmt.
- p.m. only. BA Econ. and Psych ofr Trng., Merchan.. and Purchase and
Mgmt. and Territ. Sales. Sales.
Tuesday,"Oct. 24, 1967 A.B. Dick Company, Chicago. III.-BA
Barton Aschman Associates, Inc., Chi- in Gen. Lib. Arts and any mktg. major
cago, Ill. - M & F. AM only. BA/MA -for Ins. and Territ. Sales.
PhD Arch., Econ., and Geog for Trans- Friday, Oct. 27, 1967
portation and Urban Planning. Nointerviews held at Bureau of
U.S. AIR FORCE, Ann Arbor, Mich.- Appts.
M & F. All degrees at all levels, pro-
grams incl. personnel administration ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
etc. Make Interview Appointments at
Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1967 Room 128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
International Business Machines Corp. October 23, 1967
Dearborn, Mich. - M & F. All levels Allh Ludlum Steel Corp.
Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, Jaurn., Math,, Allisl Chalmers Mfg. Co.
Chem., Phys. Chem., Physics for Bank- Eastman Kodak Company
ing, Computing, Mgmt. Trng., Mktg. General Dynamics Corp. - Convair.
Res, Prod., Sales, Stat., Writing (tech- Electronics. o erg-Carlsn, Pamona
nical), Programming and Syst. Engrg.,i. t WrhDv
Mobil Research and Development
Bureau of the Census, Wash. D.C.- CoranMoieC mclC.
M & F. BA/MA Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, rp. and Mobile Chemical Co.
Geog., Math Psych., and Soc. for New York Central System Railroad
Cartography. Computing, Mgmt. Trng., PPG Industries (Pittsburgh Plate
Mktg. Res., and Stat. Glass Co.)
Temple Industries, DiBoll, Texas, - Charmin Paper Products Co.
p.m. only. BA Psych., Wood. Tect., TRW Incorporated-Mich. Div.
Forestry, and Bus. Ad. for Ins. and
Territ, Sales. Union Ca rbide Corp. - Materials
Household Finance Corp., Chicago, Ill. ServiWabco-Westinghouse Air Brake Div.
Thursday, Oct. 26, 1967 Varian Associates
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INDIA STUDENTS ASSN.
Presents
CULTURAL PROGRAM
to Celebrate Diwali
India's Festival of Lights
on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, at 7:30 P.M.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* CLASSICAL AND FOLK DANCES AND SONGS
* SITAR
" VEENA
* LIGHT MUSIC
Admission: $1.00 or Membership
Place: TRUEBLLOD AUD., Frieze Bldg.
(corner of State and Huron)
DI RECTOR'S!NOW
FESTIVAL '~ .,ua!.~ DIAL 8-6416
Ending Tonight
MON.-TUES.-OCT. 16-17
SERGEI hI
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Part 1 portrays a forboding image of 16th century Russia.
Part 2 recounts the murderous plot of the Russian landed
gentry to dethrone Ivan IV. Portions in color.
WE.D.-THURS.-OCT. 18-19
AKIRA KUROSAWA'S MASTERPIECE
RASHOMON
Set In the middle ages it probes the ungraspable quick-
silver nature of truth and subjective reality. An eloquent
masterpiece brimming with action. A piece of cinema art.
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AND OTHER WORKS
Benefit Screening for the Legal Defense
Fund of Cinema Guild and
The Grants in the Arts Program
of the Dramatic Arts Center
TONIGHT & TOMORROW, OCT. 17-18
ARCHITECTURE AUD. . 7:00 and 9:05
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by the Third

SLICES, a preview of a new production
Incident Company.

"EXTRAVAGANTLY
BOLD and BIZARRE'
-Bsley CrowhorN.Y. Times
"MISS ZETTERLING
MAKES EACH SCENE
A WORK OF ART.
STUNNING EFFECTS."
-WilliamWolf, Cue Magazine
"THE VOYEUR'S
DELIGHT OF THEYEAR."
-=Judith Crst, World Journal Tribune

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FOUND FILM or CAMPTOWN RACES,
by George Manupelli
LA LUMIERE, by Peter Toukhanian and
David Gibbons.
THE BRIDGE, by Tom Berman and Robert Haiper
LAPIS, by James Whitney
FAT FEET, by Yvonne Anderson and Red Grooms
AN EARLY CLUE TO NEW DIRECTION,
by Andrew Meyer
CASTRO STREET, by Bruce Baillie
WINTER 1964-66, by David Brooks
Because of the benefit nature of the program
$1.00 admission will be charged

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Fri., Sat. 7, 9 & 11 P.M.
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