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THE NIiCHIGAN ,DAILY

Thursday, February S, ? 970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, February 5, 1970

)aily Official Bulletin

(Continued from Page 6)
in (IIIA) and Fall Term (I)
be avail. Rm. 2000 University
r2. Applicants muat have
olastic standing and financial2
happlc. and interview to be
ed during Mar.

1970
Sch.,
high
need.
com-

L.S.&A. JUNIOR-SENIOR COUNSELING
OFFICE ADVANCED
CLASSIFICATION APPOINTMENTS*:
Group I: Anthropology, Astronomy,
Eliophysics, Cellular Biology (Srs. in
dept.). Chemistry, Classical Archaeol-
ogy Classical Studies, Far Eastern Lang
R: Lit, Far Eastern Studies, Geography,
Geology, History of Art, Linguistics,
Microbiology, Near Eastern Lang & Lit,
Physics, Psych-Speech-Hearing, Ro-
EranceLinguistics,LRussian & E a s t
European, Slavic Lang & Lit, Social
Anthropology, Studies in Religion, Zool-
ogy.
Group II: Amnerican Culture, Com-
munication Science, English, English
T.C., Mathematics, Mathematics T.C.,
Philosophy, Social Work.
Group III:**Biology, Botany, Econom-
ics, History,eHistory T.C., Journalism,
Political Science.
Group IV: Cellular Biology (Jrs. only),
French, French T.C., German, Music
Lit., Pre-Dent sPre-Legal,yPre-Medical,
Pre-Professional Psychology, Sociology,
Spanish, *Spanish T.C., Speech, Speech
Correction.
All Seniors may appear on dates in-
dicated below to make appointments:
Group I:Feb. 9 -Feb. n1 - appts.
madein appropriate dept. office.
Group II: Feb. 9 - 10 - appts. made
at 1223 A.,
Group III: Feb. 11 - 12 - appts made
at 1223 A.H.
Group IV: Feb. 13 & 16 - appts. made
at 1223 A.H.
Second Semester Sophomores, Juniors
appear on the dates ?indicated below to
make their appts:
Group I; Feb. 7, - 14 - appts. made
in appropriate dept. office.
Group. II; ;Feb. 17 - 18 - appts. made
at 1223 Angell Hall.
Group III: Feb. 19 - 20: appts. made
at 1223 A.H.
Group IV: Feb. 23 - 24: appts. made
at 1223 A.H.
Students who do not make appt.
during scheduled period hav eto wait
until Feb. 24.
Students on BGS, Liberal Studies, and
Individual Concentration may turn in
materials Feb. 25, 1223 Angell Hall.
*Students with less than 55 hrs. at
end of the current term, follow appt.
procedure arranged by Freshman-Soph.
Counseling Office, 1213 Angell Hall.
Honors program students, make advance
classific. appts., 1210 Angell Hall be-
ginning Feb. 16.
**Sophs. in Biology TC. and ,Spanish
T.C. won't be able to make appts. un-
less they have attended concentration
meeting and receive a card, until a 11
other students have made appts.
Placement Service
+GENERAL DIVISION ,
3200 S.A.B.
A NNOUNCEMENT:
..Applications for Professional Trainee
Program with City of New York ac-
cepted until Feb. 20; deadline has been
extended. Applc. at Career Planning.

Bardach
s eaks on
dirty ocean.
(Continued from Page 1)
But Bardach did express the,
feeling that the "Big Sink" can"
be cleaned up, "provided we,
agree that we can't grow very
much larger in this country.,
and as a species."
According to Bardach, 28,000
gallons of water are available
per person every day in this
country. In the preparation of
food and other products for
each person, however, we now
use 15,000 gallons a day. Pop-
ulation g r o w t h would thus
worsen the situation, he said.
Viewing the local situation as
an example, Bardach predicted
the Huron River Valley will be
short of water by the year 2000.
"Either we change our way
of doing things," Bardach warn-
ed, "or we do something about
the number of people."
Bardach then added that pol-
lution further complicates the
problem ofi limited water re-
sources. "The amount of pollu-
tion is absolutely staggering,"
he said.
Bardach cited chlorinated
hydrocarbons, -including DDT
and PCB's as especially harmful.
Among the effects of DDT he
listed the reduction of photo-
synthesis, and thereby oxygen
production, in algae. As a re-
sult, Bardach mentioned "a dis-
tinct possibility in the very long
run of a decrease in the atmos-
phere's oxygen content."
In conclusion, Bardach said
that action on the problem must
begin now if the problem is to
be solved. "The world won't end
everywhere, but it may end in
many places, including - very
disagreeably -our own."
SACIA blasts
SDS actions
(Continued from Page 1)
ed about seeing whether the exist-
ing institutions can hold up," he

OBSCENITY R ULING:
* Judge revokes bail

after cour
(Continued from Page 1)
the front row, tried to pull them
away from him.
She was forced back into her
seat by three marshals. Another
marshal approached Abbie Hoff-
man while he was struggling with
two others and threw him to the
floor.
Lamb was arrested when he ap-
proached the marshals scuffling
with Hoffman. Other members of
the defense staff, as well as de-
fendants Rennie Davis and Tom
Hayden also joined in the melee.
As the uproar died down briefly,
Davis yelled at the judge: "This
court is bullshit! I say it too. Re-
voke my ball too. This court is the
most obscene thing I have ever
seen."
Jerry Rubin, standing near Del-
linger, shouted, "You're not going
to separate us! We're partners.
Take us all!" The other defen-
dants also took up the cry.

t outburst
Rubin's wife, Nancy Kurshan,
yelled "Right on!" and was drag-
ged from the room by the mar-
shals. Fighting broke out again
as Rubin attempted to get to her,
screaming "Take your hands of
my wife!" She was expelled from
the courtroom but not arrested.
Kunstler, pleading, with the
judge to call off the marshals and
reconsidering his decision on Del-
linger shouted, "Your honor, is
their no decency left here?" He
received no verbal answer.
Through the uproar, Assistant
U.S. Attorney Richard Schultz
could be heard making sure the
court recorder got the names of
the defendants as they yelled con-
demnations at the judge.
\bbie Hoffman was livid as he
screamed to his namesake on the
bench, "You're a disgrace to the
Jews, you runt! You're a fascist!
Why don't you work for theI
Nazis?"
E:

College

4

....

is a

waste of

time...

4

SPECIAL SALE
1969 Fiat 124 Spiders

. . . unless you find a job that turns you on and
makes good use of your education. Inland Steel
wants only people who want to use everything
they've learned in college-and strongly desire
to grow personally and professionally.
Inland's future depends on the creativity arnd
productivity of its people. If you want a really
challenging opportunity to contribute-with the
rewards and responsibilities that go with it --
Inland wants to talk to you.

We need action-seeking graduates with degrees
in most fields for management opportunities in
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...finance . .. administration . . . or you name
it.
Think it over. If you have high aspirations
and a good record, take time to find out about a
career with us.
For information, see us on campus.
THURS., FEB. 5, 1970

*

t I, , ...
They envy this newest new car
of any year . . . the Fiat 124
Spider. No other sports car at
near the price has dual over-

head cams . . . plus 5-forward-
speed synchromeshed stick
shift... radial tires... plus Gran
Turismo styling by Pininfarina.

SUMMER PLACEME
SERVICE
212 SAB, Lower Levi
Interviews at Summer Pia
Camp Scotmar,'Coed, Cal
3-5 p.mu.LGen. couns., ttm-it'
spec. in arts and crafta, spc
and sci, riding instr.
Camp Ma-Hi-Ya, Jew hC
Center of Toedo, soci'a w
Feb. 6, 10 a.m.-S p.m.; Ac*'mla.
gram director, waterfronat dir
in arts and crafts, music,
maint. man.

added.
NT The last section of the SACUA
statement condemned the vandal-
elism because of the expense it
cement - cauSes the University.
if eb. 5: The statement charged that
rts, nature vandalism takes funds urgently
needed "for the support of larger
Community numbers of students from disad-
w grkcamp, vantaged sectors of the popula-
ector, spec. tion." The statement concludes by
campcraft, suggesting a "reordering of priori-
ties right here and now."

$3,495° 00 How does Fiat do it for the price?
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OTHER DAYS TILL 6 P.M.
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Inland Steel Container Company

An equal opportunity employer

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Westinghouse

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interested

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filming

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q

on

environmental

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IF YOU:
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-are the son or daughter of a business executive
-have a younger brother or sister in high school
-are an articulate person willing to seriously discuss environmental
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THEN WE WANT YOU.
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