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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1967

WAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1967

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BATTLE WITH POLICE:
University of Madrid Students
Demand Academic Freedom,

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A Shabbat with
Shiomo Carlebach

Collegiate Press Service it, and estimates as to the actual
MADRID, Spain - Student un- number of members vary. Most
rest at the University of Madrid sources, however, claim the group
came to a head last week in a has the support of the majority
series of strikes, protests, and of students.

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Among the things the students
are demanding is an end to the
use of military police at the uni-
versity. At present, a student who
is detained by police must appear
before a military court for a court
martial. Students are denied re-
dress in civilian courts.
They are also asking for a num-
ber of basic freedoms, including
freedom of speech and assembly
and the right to have their own
organizations.
Form Student Union
In an attempt to reach the lat-
ter goal some students have form-
ed the Democratic Students Un-
ion of the University of Madrid
and split with the state-run Uni-
versity Students Union.
Since the group is illegal, stu-
dents will not admit belonging to

On Oct. 27 there was a battle
between police and students, con-
cluding the week of protests. The
demonstration began at 12:30
p.m. when almost 1,000 students
gathered in front of the school of
philosophy to protest their lack
of freedom.
Police Action
At first, the police were re-
strained in dealing with students
and avoided contact with them.
But when students began break-
ing up concrete manhole covers
and picking up rocks an armored
hose truck was rushed into the
quadrangle to spray the students
with dye and a chemical irritant.
The dye is used as a means of
identification.
As students began demanding
that the police leave, a mounted

riot squad attempted to disperse
them. The students continued
shouting anti-government slogans
and turned their ire on the horse-
men. One horse and rider were
knocked down, although neither
appeared to be seriously injured.
No student injuries were reported.
At 2 p.m. the police moved in
en masse and surrounded the
demonstration. After an hour the
students were permitted to leave
quietly.
March Dispersed
On Oct. 26 the students had
planned a mass rally and march
across town to the Ministry of
Education, but they were kept
from assembling by mounted riot
police. At first, it appeared that
the students would be allowed to
continue their march along the
sidewalks but once the limits of
the campus were reached the
marchers were continually har-
rassed and broken up into small
groups. These groups finally dis-
solved into the noon crowds. Sev-
eral students were held by police.
Smaller demonstrations were
held earlier in the week, although
they were squashed by police be-
fore they gained any momentum.
On Oct. 23 there was an anti-
war rally at the school of phi-
losophy. About 80 students par-
ticipated, haranguing American
students and shouting anti-Ameri-
can slogans.

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Calendar items appear once only,
Studentrorganization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Day Calendar
Institute of Science and Technology
Workshop-"Manufacturing and Nu-
merical Control workshop": Registra-
tion, Lobby, Cooley Building, North
Campus, 8:15 to 8:30 a.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-Charles
Lehrer, Oboe: School of Music Recital
Hall, 2:30 p.m.
Statistics Seminar-David Siegmund,
Standford University, "First passage
time problems," 3209 Angell Hall, 3:00
p.m.
Public Lecture-Center for South &
Southeast Asian Studies, Center for
Chinese Studies and the History of
Art Department-Professor Michael Sul-
livan, Department of Art and Architec-
ture, Stanford University, "Chinese
Artists in a Changing World," 203
Tappan Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Department of Astronomy Visitors'
Night-Mr. Richard Bochonko, The Uni-
versity of Michigan, "Novae". To Ob-
serve: A Star Cluster and a Double Star:
Department of Philosophy Conference
-"Fresh Approaches to the Concept of
a Person"-Bernard A. O. Williams,
University of London: Multi-Purpose
Room, Undergraduate Library, 8:30 p.m.
Department of Speech University Play-
ers Production-John Arden's Serjeant
Musgrave's Dance: Trueblood Theater,
8:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program-Eugene
Ionesco's Exit the King: Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
General Notices
Washington University School of
Medicine will have a representative on
campus Friday, November 3 to talk
with interested students. Please make
appointments with Mrs. Robinson, 1223
Angell Hall.
The University of Virginia School of
Medicine will have a representative on
campus, Friday, November 3, to talk
with interested students. Please make
appointments with Mrs. Robinson, 1223
Angell Hall.
.Canterbury Tales-"The Merchant's
Tale." introduced by Professor Thomas
Garbaty, Sunday, November 5, WWJ-
TV, 12:00 noon.

UM Junior Year in France: An in-
formation meeting for freshmen and
sophomores interested in spending their
junior year in Aix-en-Provence. France,
will be held on Tuesday evening, No-
vember 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Rooms 3-R
and 3-S of the Michigan Union.
The approval of the following student
sponsored events becomes effective after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be withheld
until the approval has become effective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Rooms
1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities
Building.
Socety of Automotive Eneineers-

visit to the assigned school must be
made and completed prior to December
15: therefore. assignments should be
obtained as early in November as pos-
sible.
Doctoral Examination for: Helmut
Willy Baer, Physics, Thesis: "Gamma-
Ray Spectroscopy on the N equals 82
Nuclear Isotones: 139Ba, l4OCe, l4lPr,
and 142Nd", on Friday November 3 at
1:15 p.m. in Room 618 Physics-Astron-
omy Building, Chairman: M. L. Wieden-
beck~
Placement

"Tire Research"-Nov. 1, 1967- 7:30 INTERVIEWS. Please
p.m.-1042 East Engineering. ;make appts. before 4 p.m. day preceding
Senior Board, 1968-Sell .Announce- contact 76474sume forms are required,
ments-Nov. 2-10-9 a.m. to 2 p.m. c t -760, Gen. Division.
FishbowlMOND
Organization of Arab Students-Lee- AY NOVEMBER 6, 1967
ture-Nov. 14, 1967-7:30 p.m.-Michigan Cornell University, Graduate School of
Union1Ballroom. Business and Public Administration,
Unin alrom.Ithaca, N.Y.-Any major and degree
level interested in MBA andMAstudy
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WINTER TERM 1968 iflent (AID), Washington, D.C.- M &
Teaching assignments in Elementary F. Advanced degrees only in Econ.,
Directed Teaching for Winter Term, 1968 Auditince g s
will be available in Room 2292. Univer- Dev Eg cctg. Min 24 hrs acctg. for
Econ inWas. D.C. hand overseas.
sity High School from November 8 .tn. In Wash..and overseas.
to December 1 on Wednesdays, 9:00- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1967
11:30 a.m. and 1:30-4:00 p.m. and onC RR. Donnelley and Sons Company,
Fridays, 9:00-11:30 a.m.' Chicago, 111-M & F. Dec. GradnB
Any student who has applied for Econ Gen.LibArts, Math, Psych. BA
Elementary Directed Teaching, Winter Chem and Physics for EDP, Mmt, Trng
Term, 1968 must obtain his assignment etin, Puyshs Saesg (inside and
by December 1. Arrangements for a o tnPrhsSae,(sdenc

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NOTICES
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.
Southern Asis Club: Bag lunch to-
day at noon in Lane Hall. Professor
David J. Steinberg of the History Dept.
will speak on "A Vietnam Solution."
UM College Republican Club spon-
sors a reception for Congressmen Rob-
ert Taft and Marvin Esch. Friday, Noy.
3, 9:30-11:00 a.m., Assembly Hall, Michi-
gan Union. Everyone is welcome.

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Bach Club meeting: talk by
Thomas Taylor on "The Concerto
in Bach's Works," Wed,, Nov. 8,
p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe,
further information call 761-0699.
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Dr.
Idea
8:00
for

Baha'i Student Group, informal dis-
cussion: "What is the Purpose of Life?",
Fri., Nov. 3, 8:00 p.m. 520 N. Ashley.
Call 662-3548 if you need transporta-
tion. All welcome.
* * *'
Michigan Christian Fellowship holds
discussion groups, Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m.,
meet at Engin Arch.
. * *
UM Chess Club, meeting, Nov. 3, 7:30
p.m., 3C Union.

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THE ANNEX REVIEW
OF WAYN E STATE r U.
featuring
Pat and Rosemary Mason
East and West
Dave and Mike
Paul Broh I
NEWMAN-331 Thompson

Martine Administration, Wash. D.C.-"
M & F. BA/MA/ Econ., Journ., and
Math for Mgmt. Trainees for careers in
transportation.
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited,
Millbank, London, England-M & F.
British Citizenship required. PhD. in
Biochem, all areas of Chem., Math.,
Microbiol., and Physics for research
positions.
Michigan Department of Social Serv-
ices, Lansing Mich.-M & P. BA An-
thro., Educ., Eng., Gen.Lib.Arts, Geog.,
Journ., Music, Philo., Poli.Sci, Psych,
PublHealth, Speech, Soc., and Soc.Wk.
for Social Work.
Allstate Insurance Company, Detroit,
Mich.-BA Gen.Chem., Educ., Engl.,
Gen.Lib.Arts, Geog., Journ, Law, Math,
Pub.Health, Speech for Insurance,
Mgmt. Trng, Property or Casualty Ad-
juster, Ins, underwriter, Supervisor.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1967
Union Carbide Corporation, Nuclear
Division, Oak Ridge, Tenn.-M & F.
P.M. ONLY. All degree levels in Math.,
Biochem., Chem., and Phys., for EDP,
Production, Stat., R & D,, Nuclear re-
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Lib. Arts, Biochem., and Gen.Chem for
Inside Sales, Q.C., and Prod. Mgmt.
City of Detroit Civil Service Commis-
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Arch., Econ., Gen.Lib.Arts, Hist., Math,
Forrestry, Pharm., Phys., Poli.Sci.,
Psych., Pub.Health, Chem. for Mgmt.
Trng., Personnel, Pub.Admin., Purchas,
Recreation, Soc. Wk., and Stat.
CURRENT POSITION OPENINGS:
State of Vermont, Montpelier,-Social
Wlf. FId. Supv., MSW or Bach plus 5
yrs. Rec. Leader, Bach. Forrester A & B.
BA plus some exper. Soc. Wkr. Trainee,
degree not necess. Chemist, BS plus 1
yr. Practical Nursing Instructors and
Assistants BSN plus 1 & 2 yrs. Micro-
biologist, major in bacteriol, or Micro-
biol.
State of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.
-Employment counselor I & I. MA
in G & C. Supv. Psychiatric Soc. Wkr.,
MSW plus 4 yrs. Applic. due Nov..8.
For further information please call
764-7460. Gen. Div., Bureau of Appts,
3200 S.A.B.
Summer Jobs in Washington, D.C.
An informational meeting for all stu-
dents who would like to work for the
Government next summer will be held
,Monday, November 6 at 4:00 P.m. in
the Multipurpose Room of the Under-
graduate Library. If you are unable to
attend this meeting watch for notice
of a similar one to be held in early
December.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
Make Interview Appointments at Room
128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
November 10, 1967
Atlantic Richfield Co.
Bendix Aerospace Systems Div.
Bendix Brake & Steering Div.
Bendix Missile Systems
Bendix Research Lab.
Bendix Corp.-Executive Office and
all Divs. and Subsidiaries
Bristol Labs.
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc.
Hercules Inc.-Nationwide-(BS & MS)
Northern Illinois Gas Co.
Chas. Pfizer & Co. Inc.
Rockwell-Standard Corp.-(Now North
American Rockwell)
Philco-Ford-Aeronutronic
Sealed Power Corp.
Sun Oil Company
Union Carbide Corp.-Nuclear Div.
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company
U.S. Gov't-Tennessee Valley Author-
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