100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 23, 1970 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1970-01-23

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Ten

_t HE MlUIC~.AN [JIL.Y

Friday, January 23, 1970

.

Daily Official Bulletin
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to
Room 3528 L. S. A B l d g., before
2 p.m., of the day preceding pub-
lication and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. Items ap-
pear once only. Student organiza-
tion notices a r e not accepted for
publication. F p r more informa-
ti-n, phone 76'=9270.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23
Day Calendar
School Board Members and School
Administrators Conference - "Educa-
tional Reform and Student F~ights":
Rackham Amphitheater, Registration,
8:30 a.m. First Session, 9:15 a.m.
Dept. of Physics Astronomy Collo-
quium: Dr. Bernard Pagel, Royal
Greenwich Observatory, "Composition
of Normal Stars and the Origin of
the Elements" P &A Colloquium Rm.,
4:00 p.m.
Stearns Collectionof Musical Instru-
ments Lecture: Robert Warner, lectur-
er, "Beethoven's Orchestra: An Era of
Expanding Technology in Musical In-
struments": Rackham Amphitheater,.
8:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program: Ro-
sencrant and Guilldenstern Art Dead:
Hill Auditorium, 8:30. p.m.
General Notices
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN AT
1-15-70 MEETING
Approved That: Student Interna-
tional Meditation Society, National
Lawyers Guild, R. C. Players, Polish
Club, Doctoral Student Organization
School of Library Science, Sociology
Studen, Union, Students to End the
Draft, Zeta Beta Tau, Eden Health
Foods, OUTREACH, Canadian B l u e
Pa,nthers are recognized as student
organizations. That Dale Evans. is ap-
pointed Chairman of the Gpvernmenta
Relations Committee and Victor Gut-
man is appointed special Assistant
tb the Executive Boardt Approved That
Council members be authorized keys
to Room 1532 SAB, and that SGC
establish a time to meet with repre
sentatives from various schools a n
college governments and initiate such
meeting as soon as possible. Appointed
to Bookstore Policy Committee: Gary
F. Allen, Law School; Thomas Cohen
Engineering; William G. Price, Rack
ham; Eugene L. Smith, LSA; and Bruc
Wilson, LSA.
MOVE: That SGC establish a com-
mittee to investigate s'uch matters a
opening the parking structures to stu
dents and ridding the campus of un

sightly parking meters, and initiating undergraduate and graduate studies for University Housing and he shall serve
reform in those areas, and that Glen minority students, such as blacks, at its discretion
Gilbert be chairman of the com- Mexican-Americans, and others; a n d
mittee. manifest its commitment immediately, Pla , Service
Appointed: Joan Martin and David in the form of policy statements and cem ent
Brand to the Committee to Investi- concrete action. GENERAL DIVISION
gate Opening Parking Structures to the 2. That the University of Michigan 3200 S.A.B.
Students of the University. would actively recruit the aforemen- Cr
MOVE: That the SGC demand to tioned students and that they would eurrent Openings received at Gen-
Vice President Smith and/or President be provided adequate sfiolarship as- tral Division. Come in and browse
Fleming that no decision on the I.M. sistance and living expenses. . through others: Department of Ed-
Building be made between the months 3, That the existing Opportunity ing Program Expediters, Lansing head-
of April and August so that the stu- Awards Programs be expended a n d quarters, travel about state visiting
wa y can boie inored shnoul te opened up to include other minority businesses, industries and private
Ayminstationreusgntorecognize the group members, such as Mexican- schools to determine if training is in
Administration refuse toernum. Americans. accordance with VA requirements. Some
4. That the University of Michigan al- exper in business or industry, add.
MOVE: That SGC call on the LS&A locate more budgetary funds towards some college BA in an area of edu-
Student Assembly to make this meet- admissions and scholarships for minor- cation area would be ideal. Majors in
ing an open one to all LS&A stu- ity students in its next budget and in other areas especially business good
dents; and all succeeding years. also. Veterans especially encouraged to
FUTE OE htSCrle- 5. That the President of the Unzi-k apply.
ate its position that no faculty may be versity of Michigan and its Vice- SMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
on a board hearing a student's case President for Academic Affairs, and its Interview at Summer Placement:
without that student's consent and President's Assistant. Dr. Cash, and January 26: Miss Liberty, London,
urge the LS&A Student Assembly not the Loard of Regents be notified by Engare2rMsntietwLnten,
to violate this position and refuse to letter about the position of SGC on England, representative, will interview,
appointstudents to anydisciplinary the.issue of admissions and scholar- interested students Mon., Jan. 26 from
< 3-5 p.m. Openings for men and women
board that has faculty on it. ships for blacks, Mexican-Americans 3 p pening for men and
BE IT RESOLVED: That Mr. Flem- and other minority group students. in general office work, Evenings and
ing release the manner by which a 6i. That SGC set up a committee to .weesfe otaeec
decision will be made in selecting a solicit funds from 10 other organiza- January 28, 29 and 30: Camp Tamar-
new Vice President; and that when this tions to place ads in the Daily and to ack, Fresh Air Society, Detroit. Open-
new Vice-President has been chosen plan a presentation on Admissiops and ings for cabin counselors, specialists
Mr. Fleming publicly list the reasons financial aid for the February Re- in waterfront, arts & crafts, nature,
whythis candidate was superior to the gent's meeting. campcraft, tripping, dramatics, dance.
other four. Approved: That SOC demand that music, unit and asst. unit supervisors
WHEREAS: Mr. Fleming had prev- the present Residence Hall Rate Com- caseworker truck-bus driver, nurses,
"ously stated that all five candidates mittee be disbanded, and its recom- counselors with emotionally disturbed,
recommended by the Search Committee mendations be rejetced; That SGC act Marionette theater, and kitchen-porter
would be given equal consideration; to assist the dormitory and housing positions.
and WHEREAS: Mr. Fleming had not units in establishing a new rate com- ANNOUNCEMENTS:
,efore this time stated any reservation mittee on a format acceptable to them: Platt National Park, Sulphur Okla.:
to the above statement; BE IT RE- That the decisions of this rate com- Ranger-naturalist positions open. Ap-
SOLVED: That SGC demands that mittee be subject to review by a stu- ply by Feb. 15.
President Fleming meet with Peter Gent committee for the Office of Uni- Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Vil-
Steinperger in public and not rule out versity Housing chosen from residents lage, Dearborn, Mich.: Openings in
Steinberger as a candidate for t h e of University Housing, which shall set a many areas for men and women stu-
Vice-Presidential post because he in- policy for that office; That the policy dents, training starting weekends in
sists on letting the student body know committee shall hire the Director of Feb.
what's going on. (Voted upon unani- ~~~~-- - _ - _._-~
mously).
APPROVEP: The function of thej
- Office of the Vice President for Stu---
t dent Affairs is to serve the students,/y-662.-890ritED/N
-nd to act as their representative in ' "T ,xD t/zBT3 G (APLED I$'
,i dealings with the Administration. The A /VI E5Th HN9 CADES MDF 7
- only manner in which student inter- AT~ SAN/IT i&6ES V H e/rF'.EARLYGrfW.2 P/RS,
t ests can be guaranteed is by binding
: the Vice President .for Student Affairs.
s to a student policy board appointed
by SGC. Any arrangement which fails
- to meet this stipulatidon is totally
d unacceptable.
a MOVE: That SGC allocate $100 to the'
d Black Student Union to pay for an ad
y in the next issue of their magazine.{
, Approved: That SGC of the Univer-
- sity of Michigan strongly endorse and
e actively support the fololwing propos-
al:
1. That the University of Michigan
s establish as a prime objective and im-
- mediate priority, an Admissions a n d
- Scholarship program on all levels of l

h ~1

"
I/
" +
iJ
J t
s

1751 PLYMOUTH ROAD AT UPLAND
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Phone: 665-8626
HOURS: Monday thru Thursday: 4 p.m. to midnight, Friday: 2 p.m. to
3 a.m., Saturday: Noon to 3 a.m., Sunday: Noon to midnight

I

Littl e
Caesars® Ii°l
made with Little Coesors Reol Italian Sauce and Select Blended
Cheese . . . from the giant 600-degree ovens in the window.
Sports- Party

t r

CHEESE
WITH PEPPERONI
WITH MUSHROOMS
WITH HAM
WITH BACON
CHEESE, YOUR CHOICE
OF ANY TWO ITEMS
SUPER CHEESE, YOUP, CHOICE
OF ANY THR EE ITEMS
WITH FAMOUS ITALIAN SAUSAGE
WITH GROUND BEEF
WITH GREEN PEPPER
WITH BLACK OLIVES
WITH ONION
LITTLE CAESARS SPECIAL,
CHEESE, PEPPERONI, BACON,
MUSHROOM, HAM, GREEN
PEPPER, ONION
(ANCHOIVE ON REQUEST)

* ...mm.... mm. m . mmmmm m mmm mmmmmmm
Small Medium Large Man Time
1.20 1.70 2.30 3.05 4.05 50c S5 c
1.75 2.25 2.85 3.60 4.60 C PF
1 9 .030 ,5~THIS COUPON GOOD FOR I
1.90 2.40 3.00 3.75 4.75
I
1.90 2.40 3.0 3.75 4.75 C Oi
l.90 2.40 3.00 3.75 4.75 ,
* ONTHE PURCHASE OF ANY -U
2.15 2.65 3.25 4.00 5.00 * MEDIUM OR LARGER PIZZA I
'* AT LITTLE CAESARS
2,35 2.85 3.45 4.20 5.20 AT L A A
1 .90 2.40 3.00 3.60 4.60 *Coupon expires January 29, 1970
1.75 2.25 2.85 3.60 4.60 VC 0c
1.60 2.10 2.70 3.45 4.45 ,'..........- mm - ....................
1,60 2.10 2.70 3.45 4.45

1.60 2.10 2.70 3.45 4.45

$10 per month
FREE Service and Delivery
---NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED-_-
CALL:
Nejac TV Rentals
662-5671
SERVING BIG 1OQSCHOOLS SINCE 1961

3.00

EXTRA ITEMS (ABOVE ON REQUEST) .35

3.50
.50

4.10
.60

4.85
.75

5.85
1 .00

Delivery Charge SOc
1751 Plymouth
COR. UPLAND Near Broadway
665-8626

I I
THIS COUPON GOOD FOR
: 65cO FOR 65
I I
* I
* I
I ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY
* SPORTSMAN (18") OR PARTY TIME (20") PIZZA U
AT LITTLE CAESARS®
~Coupon expires January 29, i1970l
.uu .. ..... .... ..........
DELIVERY IN 30 MINUTES
ALL ORDERS READY IN 15 MINUTES

r

._ _ ___ _

T ' !"

-

j

q

By now, you've probably listened It may surprise you to hear how
to "Nashville Skyline" thousands of times. Flatt & Scruggs influenced people like Dylan.
And Dylan's new sound doesn't sound It may surprise you more to hear how
so strange anymore. So now,-maybe you're Dylan, Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen
ready for Flatt & Scruggs. sound to the men who made the sound.
They got together about 25 years ago Listen to "Final Fling," Flatt &
in Nashville, playing the kind of music Scruggs' newest release. And dig where
that evolved from the earliest settlers in the circle goes.

*1

America. Bluegrass. Kind of an American
variation of'madrigals. True folk music.
Earl Scruggs in 40 years developed
banjo playing to the point where anyone
whlio picks up a banjo is going to be
a ..:.. c . - -rr ,-a-b .nw(x',.. r wi v'1 7 L rrA #1 u'c

,

: :;! - f

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan