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RIDAY, acT OBER 2767, 1
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FRI DAY, Oct. 27 at 8:30 P.M.
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Faculty Comm tee Supports
Continuation of Research at 'U'
Grad Student Council
of Bagel, Lox, etc.
SUNDAY, October 29, 12 Noon
Israeli Consul, GAD RANON
"Israel: By Right or Sufferance?"
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jects at the University, about $10.3
million is presently involved. How-
ever, if allowance is made for the
portion of actual classified re-
search carried on within those
projects, the volume drops to
about $5 million or one twelfth
of the total supported research
funding of about $60 million."
Normaneexplained tothe com-
mittee, according to the report,
that "government - sponsored re-
search resultting in the production
of knowledge which could beE
harmful to the best interests of the
United States if such knowledge.
should fall into the hands of act-
ual orpotential adversaries is sub-j
ject to classification at various
levels by federal agencies."
The current criteria used to de-
cide what research projects are
recommended, according to the
report. Their criteria include:
-Does the University have
specialcompetence in the area
-Will the basic science or
engineering result in the genera-
tion of fundamental new know-
-Is the proposed research ap-
propriate for the University?
-Is it non-competitive with in-
"There is no classified research
in any school or college within the
University except in the College
of Engineering," the committee
reports. "The remainder of the
classified work is undertaken in
the Willow Run Laboratories of
the University's I n st i t u t e of
Science and Technology."
Most research proposals come
from University staff members
who will run the project but, on
occasion, a proposal may be sub-
mitted in response to a govern-
ment agency request for a pro-
"It is important to emphasize
that the subject mater of a given
proposal is subjected to critical
review at each stage of the pro-
cessing procedure," the report ex-
plained, "and that proposals can,
and, in some instances, have been
held up at one stage or another
in the reviewing sequence."
"These as a rule," the report
states. "arise if the contemplated
work lies in an area in which the
University has particular com-
In addition to the Research
Policy Committee report, reports
from Vice President for Student
Affairs Richard Cutler on non-
academic student regulations and
an address by University President
Harlan Hatcher are proposed for
next month's Senate meeting.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
1429 Hill Street
HEMMED IN BY THE GOP
Kansas Gov. Robert Donning, center, a democrat, felt a bit out of place on the speakers' stand in
the Kansas State fieldhouse Thursday morning when Gov. Ronald Reagan spoke during the
Landon Lecture series. Former Kansas Gov. Alf L andon, one-time GOP presidential candidate, and
Reagan, a possible presidential candidate, obviously enjoyed Donning's predicament.
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SOLD OUT FRI. & SAT !-SEATS SUN. MAT. & EVE.!
-Detroit Free Press
FINAL APA WEE'F
"MAGNIFICANCE!"-Detroit News "BRILLIANCE!"-Detroit Free Press
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- Petel, Member of the Indian Parlia-
NnUNCEMENTS is available to officially ment (Swatantra Party) will speak on
recognized and registered student orga- "Problems of Economic Development in
nizat"ons only. Forms are available in India."
Tm. 1011 SAB. * * "
College Republican Club, Esch Action
Council, Sat., Oct. 28, 11:00 a.m., Multi-
purpose room, UGLI
* * *
The State Meeting of The Nat'l Assoc.
for Foreign Affairs is to be held at the
Student Center, Central Mich,., Sat.,
Oct. 28. For further information or a
ride, call Ruth Hok, 764-2417 (662-2895
-in the evening).
UM Chess Club, meeting, Oct. 26, 7:30
p. m., 3C Union.
Guild House, Friday Noon Luncheon,
Prof, John Erlich: "Organizing the
Local Community," Oct. 27, 12:00-1:00.
802 Monroe. Also Guild Halloween Party.
Oct. 28, 7:00 p.m., 802 Monroe.
Southern Asia Club; there will be a
bag lunch today at noon in the Com-
mons Room of Lane Hall. Dahybhai V.,
Baha' Student Group. informal dis-
cussion, "The Age of Maturity for Man,"
8:00 p.m., Oct. 27, 520 N. Ashley. Call
662-3548 if you need transportation.
* * *
Hillel Sabbath Services dedicated to
Mr. Osias Zwerdling, The Founder of
Hillel, Fri. at 7:15 p.m., Torch Service
with music composed by John Planer,
discussion following service on "The
Thought of Rabbi Leo Baeck" led by
Dr. Gerda Seligson, Associate Professor
of Latin, 1429 Hill.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511 Wash-
tenaw, Fri., Oct. 27, 8:30 p.m.-Grad
students of Fourth Friday Forum will
hear Prof. Kauper speak on "The
Church and Criminal Law."
* * *
La Sociedad Hiapanica, Una reunion,
Mon. Oct. 30, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze. Cof-
fee, conversation, music. Vengan Todos!
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