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THE MICHIGAN' DAITX

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GARY ELECTION:
Justice Department Charges
Officials Diluting Negro Votes

Race Rioting
N. Carolina
Mayor Orders 800
National Guardsmen
Into Winston-Salem
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. W/P) -
A city-wide curfew was clamped
on Winston-Salem last night and
hundreds of National Guardsmen

sammas anafsir .: _ ................._ SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
DTUFELTIGOVERNMENT COUNCIL
DAILY OFFICIAl AT S I MEETING NOVEMBER 2, 1967
Accepted: Resignation of Lewis Paper,
BjLLETI1 TCo-ordinating Vice President of Stu-
dent Government Council.
Appointed: Ruth Baumann, Thomas
Copi, Judy Greenberg, Marty Lieber-
The Daily Official Bulletin is an man, Leslie Mahler, Bill Meeske, Anne
official publication of the Univer- Patton, Janis Sorkin. Kay Stanshury%
sity of Michigan for which The to the Credential and Rules Con mitt ,t'
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- for the fall elections.
ial responsibility. Notices should be Appointed: Tom Westerdale to the
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Committee or the Bureau of Appoint-
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- ments.
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding Approved: That the Undergraduate
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday Psychology Association be recognized
for Saturday and Sunday. General as a student organizaltion.
Notices may be published a maxi- Approved: That an honor or profes-j
mum of two times on request; Day sional society recognized by a depart-
Calendar items appear once only, ment. college, or school of the Univer-
Student organization notices are not sity shall be exempt from the conditions
accepted for publication. For more of Section 2 of Bases of Recognition
information call 764-9279. but shall otherwise be treated as a
student-community organization.

tronomy Building, Chair-man: R. L.
Sears.
Doctoral Examination for:Wayne Kut-
rawo Lehto. Nuclear Engineering. Thes-
is: "Measurement of Dynamie Reactor
Parameters by Photon Osbervation," on
Saturday. November 4 at 9:30 a.m., in
Room 315 Auto Lab, Chairman: J. M.

Mgr., college courses in bus., acctg.
and stat plus 6 yrs. exper., 2 superv.
BOOKLET ON WISCONSIN CAREER
CANDIDATE, '67 & '68., detailed dis-
cription of work in all areas of state
employ.
For further information please call
764-7460. Gen, division. Bureau of Ap-
pts, 3200 S.A.B.

GARY, Ind. AP) -- The Justice gibie persons have been added
Department charged in a federal to voter rolls in predominantly
court suit yesterday that Lake white precincts.
County election officials were at- A purge of voter registration
tempting to dilute Negro votes in lists has made it more difficult
the city election Tuesday, where for Negroes to retain or rein-
a Negro is running for mayor. state their voting eligibility, the
The suit, filed in U.S. District suit charged.
Court in neighboring Hammond, The Justice Department suit is
seeks an injunction to prohibit the first such voting rights ac-
County Clerk John G. Krupa tion filed in a Northern city.,
and other election officials from The suit appears to back up a
engaging in any act for the pur- sinilars suit filed in the same
pose "or with the effect of abrid- court earlier by Hatcher, who
ging or diluting the votes of Ne- asked the court to postpone the
groes on account of their race, election if voters' rights were not
Krupa, also secretary of the protected.'
election board and county Demo- The election board Thursday
cratic chairman," has been op- restored more than 5,200 names
posing Negro Democrat Richard to the voter rolls which had been
G. Hatcher in his campaign purged Oct. 25.
against Republican Joseph Radi- Hatcher sent telegrams yes-
gan. terday inviting the President's
The Justice Department suit, Commission on Civil I Disorders
said to be based on a three-week "to see racial strife being manu-
FBI investigation, charges that factured."
the names of fictitous and ineli- In telegrams to Illinois Gov.
REMAIN IMPRISONED:
Iowa Students Spill Blood,
Protest Marine Recruitment
IOWA CITY, Iowa 'P)-Student 1 no repetition of the scuffling and
demonstrators soaked the steps of hair pulling which led to 108 ar-
the University of Iowa Memorial rests Wednesday.
Union in their own blood yester- Campus security officers and
day, then staged a macabre skit police were on hand again but no
in which a soldier rose from a cof- arrests were made.
fin to protest "senseless killing" in An estimated 50 students and
Vietnam. teachers gave a few ounces of their
They also handed University blood, then carried it to the union
President Dr. Howard Bowen peti- in paper cups to splash it on a
tions bearing signatures in blood sign placed on the steps which
which protested the university's read, "Let the bleeding end here."
"implicit sanction" of American Later, the demonstrators carried
involvement in Vietnam. a'coffin to the front of the old
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Otto Kerner, commission chair-
man; New York Mayor John
Lindsay, vice chairman, and David
Ginsberg, executive director, Hat-
cher said his Republican op-F
ponent has asked Gov. Roger D.
Branigin to station National
Guardsmen outside all voting'
places on election day rather than
hold troops on standby outside the
city.
"The idea of uniformed troops
standing outside the voting places
is an insult to the citizens of this
city and is repugnant all Ameri-
cans," Hatcher said. "This is an
obvious attempt to create the
atmosphere of civil disorder, and
civil disorder itself, where none
has existed . .
Mayor A. Martin Katz, defeatedj
by Hatcher for the Democratic
nomination in the May primary,
said yesterday. He is ready to
call in state and federal help if

Car enter.- -
Summer Jobs in washington, D.C.
Doctoral Examination for: Alan Ben- An informational meeting for all stu-
jamin Solinger, Physics, Thesis: "A dents who would like to work for the
Model for the Explosion in M82," on Government next summer will be held
Saturday, November 4 at 10:30 a.m. in Monday. November 6 at 4:00 p.m. in
Room 817 Physics-Astronomy Building, the Multipurpose Room of the Under-
Chairmen: M. H. Ross. R, L. Sears, D. graduate Library. If you are unable to
C. wentzel. attend this meeting watch for notice
j-- of a similar one to be held in early
December.
TEACHER PLACEMENT
Correction on Agency for Interna- 'The following schools will interview
tional Development interviews - for at the Bureau during the week of
Monday interviews-November 6: 'Mini- November 13.
mum accouting courses for accountants Monday. November 13
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ringed the downtown area to pre- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4
vent recurrance of racial violence School of Music Concert-University
which injured at least 47 persons ofsMichigan Men's Glee Club-Philip
the night before. Duey, Director and Ohio State Univer-
Mayor M. C. Benton ordered sity Men's Glee Club-Norman Stiger.,
the curfew into effect at 11p 3Director: Hill Auditorium, 7:00 and
Ith cfewto cat1p.m. 9:30 p.m.
It will end at 5:30 a.m.---

The city Board of Aldermen
earlier had refused to order the
curfew, although some Negro
leaders had urged one. But
Benton acted just before night
fell, saying reports from the Negro

Department of Philosophy Conference
-"Fresh Aproaches to the Concept of
a Person"-Paul Ricoeur, University of
Paris: Multi-Purpose Room, Undergrad-
uate Library, 2:00 p.m.; Sidney Shoe-
maker, Cornell University: Multipurpose
Room, Undergraduate Library, 8:00 p.m.

The aeproval of the following student
sponsored events becomes effective after
the pvblicatin of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be withheld
until the approval has become effective.
Approval reaoest forms for student
sponsored events are available in Rooms
1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities
Building.
Seventh-day Adventist Student As-
sociation-Slide and Discussion Program
on Religion in Russian-Nov. 11, 1967-
3-5 p.m.-UGL Multipurpose Room.
Turkish Student Association-"Ameri-
can Influence on Turkish Education"-
Nov. 20. 1967-7:30-9:30 p.m.-3529 SAB.
The Tutorial Project--A Bucket Drive
-Nov. 20, 1967--8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-
Campus.
Women's Research Club--Miss Elva
Minuse. Epidemiology. "Equine Influ-
enza and its Relation to Human
Strains," Monday, Nov. 6. West Con-
ference Room, Rackham. 8:00 p.m.

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community "had not been good." Department of Speech University Play-
Iers Production-Jonn Arden's Serjeant
Police Prepared Musgrave's Dance: Trueblood Theater,
As dusk fell, about 100 Negroes 8:00 p.m.
congregated on a downtown street

needed to crush any violence. between a largely Negro section
Katz canceled all police de- and a white area. About 40 police-
partment leaves and said an un- men formed a wedge and fired
disclosed number of state troop- shotgun blasts into the air to force
ers will move into the city to help them to disperse.
the 275-man local police force. Police Chief Justus Tucker said
National Guardsmen called out he had given orders to his beefed
Thursday night by the governor up force not to shoot unless at-
will stand by outside the city, tacked, but they were instructed
he said. to "protect themselves and this
"I am absolutely unaware of1 city."
any imminent danger to the peace The 800 Guardsmen were called
of the Gary community," Hat- up Thursday night when Negroes
cher said. began burning, rioting and looting
Radigan said, "I, for one, don't in the eight-block area and in
foresee any disturbances on the f two shopping centers.
evening of the election." But he Fifty-one persons were arrested.
added that residents couldn't af- Police and fire officials estimated
ford to second-guess the gover- damage would run into hundreds;
fordoto second-guess the gover- f ,r7 ..7 7 ...«,.

Professional Theatre Program-Eugene
Ionesco's Exit the King: Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.

..r Doctoral Candidates who exnect to
General Notices receive degrees in December 1967 are
reminded that two copies of the dis-
Canterbury Tales-"The Merchant's sertation-ready in all respects for pub-
Tale," introduced by Professor Thomas lication-must be filed with the Disser-
Garbaty, Sunday, November 5, WWJ- tation Secretary by Monday, November
TV, 12:00 noon. 27. Reports of doctoral committees on
final oral examinations must also be
Engineering Mechanics Seminar-Pro- filed with the Dissertation Secretary by
fessor R. S. Rivlin of Lehigh University Monday, November 27, for December
"The Formulation of Constitutive Equa- graduates.
tions in Mechanics and Physics" on Doctoral Examination for: Bruce Clay-
Monday, November 6, 1967, 325 West ton Cogan. Astronomy, Thesis: "Pulsa-
Engineering Building, 4:00 p.m. Coffee tioins of Stellar Envelopes with Convec-
wEiil be served at 3:30 p.m. 214 West tion zones," on Saturday, November 4
SEngineeringat 8:30 a.m. in Room 817 Physics As-

test at Post office Sat., Nov. 18. Tests
given by team at Bureau also. Applica-
tions avail, at Bureau.
Second NSA Test Applications due
Nov. 24. Test Dec. 2.
CURRENT POSITION OPENINGS:
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Detroit, Mich.-Houseparents or house-
mother for home serving girls 12-17 yrs.
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to school out. Emphasis on personal
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State of Oregon, Salem, Ore.--Psycho-
logical Associate, Correctional. Oregon
State Penitentiary. MA in Psych plus
3 yrs. or BA plus 5 yrs.
Mtate of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.-
Chemist, Medical Biochemistry, BS plus
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of thousands of dollars.
Among the injured were threej
policemen and seven Negroes who!
suffered gunshot wounds. They
were reported in satisfactory con-
dition.
Hoodlums
Mayor M. C. Benton blamed the
trouble on "hoodlums who have
taken advantage of a situation ..
an excuse they have been waiting
for."

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The action culminated three
days of protests against the pres-
ence of Marine recruiters inside
the Memorial Union. 'There was
some heckling from onlookers but

ORGAN IZATION.
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.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St.
at Forest plans a recording followed
by discussion, Nov. 5, 7:00 p.m.
* *, *
Bach Club meeting; talk by Dr.
Thomas Taylor on "The Concerto Idea
In Bach's Works", Wed.hNov. 8, 8:00 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe, for further
information call 761-0699.
University Lutheran Chapel. 1511
Washtenaw, Nov. 5, 9:45 & 11:15 a.m.;
Worship Service with Pastor Kapfer
speaking on "Christian Giving is a
Gife," 11:15 a.m.; Bible Discussion "Por-
traits of a Servant," 6:00 p.m.; Gamma
Delta fellowship supper, 6:45 p.m.; Pro-
gram with discussion of "Sexuality
and the Christian."

state capitol on campus which
houses Bowen's office. Trailing be-
hind the coffin were students
dressed variously as soldiers or
grieving widows.
In a skit timed to coincide with
the change of classes, a young man;
in an Army jacket, jumped from,
the coffin and shouted, "My-
self and my dead buddies who died7
!in Vietnam can't rest until this;
senseless killing is stopped."
Some 1,000. persons witnessed'
the skit. There were no incidents
and onlookers dispersed at the re-
quest of a highway patrolman.
Bowen received a group of 12
demonstrators with their petition
accusing the university of sanc-
tioning the Vietnam war by allow-
ing U.S. Marines to recruit on
campus and by refusing to "halt
the bearing of students nonhvio-
lently protesting the war."
Demonstrators said they had
signatures in blood on another pe-
tition, to be sent to President
Johnson asking "an immediate
and peaceful end to American
military activity in Vietnam."

The Michigan Men's Glee Club, Negroes were angered by the
under the direction of Philip A. death of James Eller, 32-year-old
Duey, will present "In Concert" Negro who died after being struck
at Hill Auditorium, a joint con- in the head with a blackjack by
cert with the Ohio State Glee policeman W. C. Owens. Owens
Club tonight. Also appearing on said Eller was resisting arrest for
the program will be The Arbors, drunkenness.
a professional quartet and Bob Solicitor Prosecutor Thomas W.
McGrath, a professional tenor. Moore Jr. said a murder charge
This concert will be the first of against Owens, previously dis-
the Michigan Club since their missed, would be revived because
world tour this past summer, of new evidence.
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