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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sundav. Fehrtinrv 22 1970

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SERIES I: Politics, Priorities, and Social Change
KICKOFF ADDRESS-RON M. LINTON speaking on
A CHALLENGE TO PRIORITIES
Mr. Linton was the chairman of the Task Force on Environmental Health, author of
A Strategy for a Livable Environment; a founder of the Urban Coalition and a staff
director for Urban America. His forthcoming book Terracide will be published in
March by Little, Brown and Company
WED., FEB. 25-Aud. A, Angell Hall-8 p.m.
A SYMPOSIUM-
"Airs, Water, Places" and Health
DR. MYRON WEGMAN, Dean School of Public Health
DR. JAMES LEE, Director of Human Ecology, Environmental Health Service
DR. JOHN HANLON, Assistant Surgeon General, Environmental Health Service
MON., MAR. 9-Sch. of Pub. Health Aud.-4 p.m.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCREAM-OUT-
An Open Forum on Intellectual Pollution-The Diversion from the Ghetto and Vietnam
DR. JIM KIMMEY, Director of Community Health, Inc., New York City and students
and community spokesmen from Detroit and Ann Arbor will open the discussion
TUES., MAR. 10-Nat. Sci. Aud.-8 p.m.
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
THE URBAN CONDITION-INDIVIDUAL AND
COMMUNITY PERSPECTIVES
DR. LEONARD DUHL, Professor of Urban Social Policy and Public Health, College
of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley; Editor of the Urban Con-
dition; formerly chief psychiatrist with the Peace Corps
REACTION PANELISTS-Students from the Urban Studies Program, Wayne State University; Dr.
Bertram Gross, Director of the Urban Studies Center and Mr. Richard Strickartz, General Counsel,
Wayne State University; Dr. Ruth Cumings and Dr. Phil Margolis of the School of Public Health
THURS., MAR. 12-Union Ballroom-8 p.m.

SERIES II:Man, His Health, and the
Environment-A Dynamic Spectrum
DR. JAMES NEEL, Chairman Dept. of Human Genetics, Med School;
Recent expert witness for Congresional Subcommittee on Environmental
Quality
"The Genetic Effects of
Trace Chemicals"

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A, Angell Hall-8 p.m.

A PANEL DISCUSSION-The Residual Pollution
of the Environment
DR. CHARLES WURSTER, Director of the Environmental Defense Fund, Dept. of
Biological Sciences, State University of New York, Stoneybrook
DRS. MICHAEL BENDER, ROLF HARTUNG, WAYNE MATSON, Dept. of Environ-
mental Health, School of Public Health, Industry representatives

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A PANEL ON AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
DR. HAROLD MAGNUSON, Associate Dean School of Public Health, Director of the
Institute of Industrial Health
MR. BERNARD BLOOMFIELD, Director of Air Pollution Control, Michigan Depart-
ment of Public Health
DR. WILLIAM MIRSKY, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Auto Lab
Detroit Edison Engineers
FRI. MARCH 13-Small Union Ballroom 2 p.m.

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School ofPublic Health Students and Faculty will lead the following
WORKSHOPS during the Teach-In (March 13th and 14th):
The Urban Housing Crisis
Deterioration of Urban Services
Mental Health and Poverty as Environmental Issues

Look for the roving PUBLIC HEALTH BOOTH in the Fishbowl and
at major events. Pick up our position papers, reprints, and brou-
chures. Learn about career opportunities in public health, health

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