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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 17, 1970

iYCH DEPT.:
rads give demands
(Continued from Page 1) Jackson believes that research
distributed among the depart- done in black communities is in-
it so that blacks can receive 'adequate and only fulfills the re-
neeships, fellowships a n d searchers needs, not the needs of
ats, not just teaching fellow- the community. The blacks, he
>s. says, are being psychologically ex-

Radical Caucus future
to be discussed tonight

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The group also proposed t h e
eation of basic concept courses
)neerning black psychology.
The BSPA additionally has ask-
I for the integration of race-rel-
rant literateure into courses.;
Blackness is a psychological real-
y," said Jackson "and should be
icluded in reading, discussions
nd lectures in related psychology,
ourses. 7
Daily Official Bulletin
Day Calendar
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
Dept. of Geology and Mineralogy and
ist. of 'Science and Technology:Dr.I
A. Jacobs, Killam Memorial Prof..r
f Science The Univ. of Alberta, "Early
istory of the Earth and Core Forma-I
on". Physics and Astronomy, Aud.
4:00 p.m.I
Engineering Freshman Meeting:
What Will I do in Engineering?" Op-
ortunity to discuss your questions
bout engineering with Dean A. R.#
ellwarth and Prof. J. G. Ybung. Direc-
ir, Engin. Placement Service; Attend-
nce credited to series of Program's
dvisor Meetings, Rm. 311 W. Engin.,
:00 p.m.
Physics Theoretical Seminar: Bandel
ezzerides, Stanford U., "QED and
onthermal Plasmas" P&A Colloq. Rm.,
:15 p.m.
Student Assembly Meeting: All LSA
tudents welcome,~ 1017 Angell Ha 11,
:30 p.m.
General Notices
Dstinguished Service Award: Nomi'-
ations being accepted, all instructors,
ssistant profs and associat profs un-
er 30 yrs. of age eligible, six awards
f $750.00, forms avail. Rm. 2248 SAB,
764-8514), deadline March 2.
Industrial Engin. Seminar: P roaf.
ichard F. Baum, "An Introduction to
ptimal Control Systems, and Consider-
tions of Certain Stochastic Ques-
ions." Rm. 244 W. Engin., Wed., Feb,
8, 4:00 p.m.

ploited and do not benefit from
the research.
"The social sciences, for t h e ,
most part, have not designed pro-
grams to improve the areas being
researched," Jackson said. "The
major purpose of our committee
would be to get away from using
blacks as guinea pigs."
Dept of Phys. Ed. offers two c o e d
classes: 1) Jazz and Musical Comedyj
T.Th. 11:00 a.m., Women's Athl. Bldg.
2) Modrn Dance Lab, Th. 1:30-3:00 p.m.
Barbour Gym Also courses in Exercise,
Fencing, Golf & Tennis. Sign up at
Barbour Gym. Office 15, classes begin
week of Feb. 23.
Placement Service
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Late Additions to interviewing at Gen-
eral Division:
Feb. 19, Detroit Edison, seeks degrees
in Math (BA/MA), Econ. (BA/MA),
Electro-Chem. (PhD), Physical Chem.
(PhD). Educ. (MA), Sociology (MA),
for positions in Indust. training, mgt.
trainees, sales, union relations and
statistical positions.
Feb. 20 Mohawk Airlines, Inc., seeks
any majors at all levels, women for
positions at stewardesses, c o u n t e r
sales agents, and reservations agents.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 SAB, Lower Level
Interviews at SPS:
FEBRUARY 17:
Camp Maplehurst, 1-5 p.m., Mich.
coed, counselors spec, in tennis, golf,
fencing and scuba.
Vita Craft Corp., Oakland Park, Kan-
sas,4and8
sas, 4 and 8 p.m. in Rm. 3529 SAB, full
time summer work, and part-time dur-
ing school year, above average earnings
and scholarships.
Camp Scotmar, Calif., Coed, from 9-
12 Noon, openings for gen. counselors,
spec. in arts and crafts, riding instr.
waterfront, sports, nature and sci.

(Continued from Page 1)
they left, many going to IS."
IS - International Socialists -
was formed at the beginning of
1969 and an increasing number of
people were torn between the two
groups as the year progressed.
Another Radical Caucus mem-
ber says, "On one hand we were
trying to have a mass-based or-
ganization, while on the other
hand a lot of members were be-
coming more socialist."
Goldenson says, "We became
more and more political, while the
campus stayed at the same level.
Interest of many of the original
people shifted from Radical Cau-
cus to IS and no new people came
to take their places.
"We were afraid of losing con-
tact with the campus if we de-
clared ourselves socialists,' be
says. "We viewed Radical Caucus
as an in-between group - its im-
portant function was to brm g
people from where they were to a
radical analysis but not necessarily
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socialist. We were exposing prot-
lems more than giving solutions.
The individuals who gave Radi-
cal Caucus life are reluctant to
let it die without a successor. "We
are individuals," says Goldenson,
'but we have to be in some kind
of group to accomplish some-
thing."
He indicates that a new group
might aim its efforts at the prob-
lems of the draft, war research,
and more close to home, grades,
and the role of the University in
society.
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