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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, January 31. 1970

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

SDS continues protest against
industrial, chemical recruiters

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(Continued from Page 3)
Counseling Office, 1223 Angell, w i t h
concentration advisor.
Summary of Action, SGC Meeting:
Approved: That SGC support us in
our attempt to.urge students to with-
draw their accounts from the Ann Ar-
bor Bank. The bain reason for this ac-
tion is the bank's complicity w i t h
landlords in facilitating" the garnish-
ment of accounts of striking members
of the Ann Arbor Tenants Union. The
mass action til take place on Fri-
day, February 6th at 3 p m. at the South
University branch of the bank.
Approved: WHEREAS: The co-chair-
men of the Search Committee for the
new VicehPresident for Student Serv-
ices have received a letter from Presi-
dent Fleming stating that th dispute
over bylaw 7.03 defining the post of
Vice President must be resolved before
a new one can be appointed; WHEREk
AS: Most of the nominees have stated
to the eearch Committee that they ac-
cept the idea of a policy board as the
highest internal policy making body in
the Office of Student Services; WHERE-
AS: The conduct of the overall OSS
and many of its divisions, under. Mrs.
Newell, has been at odds with the
principle of student decision-making;
THEREFORE: SOC declares that Pres-
ident Fleming is attempting to black-
mail SGC, by giving us a choice be-
tween an indefinite extension of Vice
President Newell's -term. in office or
accepting a definition of the office
which wouldcontinue previous practice
but with a new face. THEREFORE: SGC
declared that the President's previously
stated desire for "good-faithconversa-
tions" to. settig Issutes. is :revealed to be
a fraud by his insistence on getting his
way on this 'matter by the superior
force at his disposal. FURTHERMORE:
SGC welcomes the President's belated
recognition that conflict and c o n-
frontation are the only way to settle
questins of principle and states its will-
ingness to meet him on a field of battle
bf his own choosing, preferably the Re-
gents' meeting of 'February 18-19. COR-
OLLARY: SOC agrees to meet with
SACUA and. the President by Tuesday
if he desires to accept the principle that

students have certain democratic rights
in the decision-making process of the
University.
Approved: That SDS has permission
to show films in the Fish Bowl for
the next threeweeks and any student
organization, with special permission
may show films in the Fish Bowl in'
the future.
Approved: That SGC allocate $500
to the LS&A Legal Defense Fund to
help cover appeal of the students ar-
rested in the Bookstore Sit-in.
Approved: That SGC allocate r $185 to
Women's Liberation for the research,
publicity and organization of a cam-
paign to establish free Child Care fa-
cilities for the faculty, students and
employees of the University of Mich-"
igan.
Approved: That SGC allocate $500 and
match the amount (up to $100) of
UAC's allocation to Writer-in-Residence.
Placement Service
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
All spring graduates should register
to take the next FSEE for federal gov't.
work. Applic. at Career Planning, file
before Feb. 10.
Erikson Institute for Early Education
offers Masters of Educ. training pro-
gram in pre-school educ. affiliated with
Loyola Univ, Chicago.
U. S. Dept. of Commerce announces
temporary positions as Field Statis-
ticians in Dearborn, and Grand Rap-
ids, Mich. Travel expenses and others
paid for 1 week training in ,Wash. Be-
gin Feb. 23 and continue full time for
3? to 4 months.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 SA8. Lower. Level
American Field Service Committee,
N.Y., Chaperones needed for 35-45 teen-
agers from overseas touring the U.S.,
positions are volunteer with some liv-
ing expenses and transp. paid.
Henry Ford Museum, and Greenfield
Village, openings in, many fields for
len and women students,,must train on
weekends starting Feb.

(Continued from Page 1)
decision on disciplinary action by
Monday.
He, like other administrators, is
shaken by the confrontations and
is not sure how to respond.
"I don't want to get tough, but
we can't go on living like this,"
he said. "We've got to abide by
certain. rules, and get some ways
of preventing this kind of action."
Ardis was shocked by last week's
incidents and said he would be
"deeply disturbed" if University
students were the instigators.
Yesterday, the SDS guerrilla
theatre group-some actors wear-
ing sheets decorated with a Gen-
eral Electric Lightbulb and a leer-
ing Revlon lady-danced in the
Fishbowl on the hour.
As classes changed, a crowd of
about 200 would fill the "liberated"
Fishbowl, listening to SDS mem-
bers put the corporations on trial
for their alleged racism, environ-
mental pollution, and imperialism.
At the end of the skits, the
crowd would move off, often to
watch the continual showing of
free radical films. The SDS actors
would enter on-going classes to
perform and "rap" with students.
An attempt by the guerrilla
theatre troupe to perform to
ROTC classes in North Hall. As
the troupe entered the building,
security men closed self-locking
doors

The guerrillas could find only engineering students should
one class in operation, and upon ganize against further SDS
entering the room the officer in trusions.
charge ordered the class dismissed "They should be thrown ou
immediately. their fannies," said Prof. D.
Reaction to SDS' campaign yes- E. Cole. "A guy's rights are re
terday was mixed. In disrupted deprived if he's prevented from
classes students responded to the terviewing, from seeing theg
skit with applause. who may give him a lifetime
But the skit polarized one econ- reer. The SDS kids should ex
omics class when a student ripped someone to give them a knuc
a copy of the skit from an SDS sandwich for lunch."
leader's hand and students booed SDS leaders were pleased'
the actors out of the room, the threat of vigilante action f
One student in the class was students. "Let 'em come.
shocked that the SDS troupe was bring pipes," said one stud
booed. "I thought this was sup-
posed to be a liberal school," said pounding an iron stave to
Mark Krausenack, '73. "I was in floor as he spoke.
sympathy with the actors' point _ -
and was really surprised by the
hostility of the reaction."
Another student, John Little, ST JCI V
'72E, said the SDS tactics w e r e
alienating. "They have a right!
to make their poirit, but whenPA
they're interrupting our education
and everybody's rights I don't
agree with them."-
A small group of Ann A r b o r
Police Department plainclothes-
men, engineering students, a n d Here's How To R
engineering professor gathered in!
the basement hallway of the West Michigan Daily's
Engineering Bldg. after the stink-
bomb was cleared from the build-
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R. Edward McCracken, Campus Minister
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7:00- p.m.-Revolutionary Church Task Force
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