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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 11, 1970

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 11, 1970

SCREAM-OUT':
Black group refuses
to speak at teach-in

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

ments in the Theory of Wave Propa- Statistics, Fri.. 3 p n., 3003 Angell
gation", Rm. 220 W. Engin., 4:00 p.m. Hall.
Russian and East European Center'
Let:Max Haward, St. Antony' oCli I C l.~t er ic
Let:Max Hayward, St. Antony'sCol]l. 1(,P11~I~ e rc
Oxford, "Aleksandr Sol henitsyn A d. 1L DIVISION
C Angell Hail, 4:10 p~m. 00 S.VII.
Botany Seminar: Norman Norton. --
Hope Coll.,. "Floral Changes During Cre-
taceous and Teritary Time', 1139 Nat.
Set. Bldg., 4:15 pa..VI'ST.A Helm.: 3rd fi., SAB, ail wt, k.
Society of the Sigma Xi Dinner for (C1S documentary, 'Hunger in Ainer -
a: ica shown today 2:00 and 7:00 p.m.
Initiates and Lect.: A, S. Sussman, Fed. Service Entrance Exams must
lie, 8:00 p.me VaFnden p Ru.e toMpub-apply today for next test. Mar. 21. Pick

By PAT MEARS
The Vanguard, a black student!
organization, yesterday refused an1
invitation from the public health
school to speak at the "Environ-'
mental Sream-Out" last night.
The group charged in a state-I
ment released to The Daily that'

"disappointed" in Vanguard's ac-
tion but stressed that the disap-
pointment is "minor to the un-
derstanding ENACT wishes to
achieve with the immediate en-
vironmental problems of the
black community; problems that
are hard for affluent, middle-class

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o rmnto
Room 3528 L. S. A B1 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. Fo0r' more informa-
tion, phone 764-4270.
WFDNESDAY, MARCH 11.
DaI v'Calendiar

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Progress, Ann Arbor, Adimin. Asst, for
analysis. charting, graphing, good with
nunbers, prefer math background, ex-
per,_ not necessary.
1igh Scope Educational Research
Fou'ndation. Ypsilatnti. Curriculum De-
ve loper". DMA in imy areas approp..
family. v Piaget Theory. infant - 3rd
rade, consultants, PhD, teaching or
academic admin. wk., travel 1 wk. mo,
IS UALMER PLA CEMENT''S ERVIC(',
12 SAB, Lower Level
Int(erviewks ASIPS:
MARCHI 12:6
Camp Blodgett, Mich., Soc. Wk.. cabin
couns, spec. in wtrfront, arts & crafts.,
and nature.
MARCH 13:
Camp Sequoia N.Y. Coed., waterfront,
pioneering, piano and coral, nature,
dance, tnoo, rferspaper, dr aeham

the "Scream-Out" was "nothing '!whites to grasp.

more than a shouting match be- Scott also stated that ENACT
tween members talking about the is obligated to "define the issues Anatomy Seminar: D. O. Overman,+
symptoms and not the environ- of the environment and demon- "Early Biochemical Changes in the
mental problems." strate the connections of these Fetal Rat Heart After Teratogen Treat-'
They added that their partici- issues to everyone, since they af- ment", Rm. 4804 Med. Sci. II, 1:00
pation would give evidence of their fect',everyone,'especially the black p.Physics Collo .: L. Kadanoff, Brown
"acceptance of ENACT's and pub- community." He said that too U., "Computer Simulation of Urban
lic healthfs belief in a future en- often the white community de- Growth"; P&A Colloq. Rm., 4:00 p.m.
vironmental crisis when, in actu- fines the environmental issues in statistics Seminar: C. H. Kraft, "Lin-
ality, it exists now in the black "white" terms only, while failing earized Rank Estimates", 2433 Mason
.communty." to understand the problems of the Engineering Seminar: F. P. Brether-
The group was approached black community, ton, Johns Hopkins, "Recent Develop-
Monday by representatives of the -
public health school and invited!'.
to speak at the program. A nVan-
guard spokesman said they condi-
tionally agreed to speak at that
time. However, the spokesman
added, when Vanguard received
more information on the purose
they decided not to participate. {
Commenting on Vanguard's re-)
fusal to speak, Doug Scott, co- REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE ON C
chairman of ENACT, said he was
MARCH 9 THROUGH 13-9:00A.M

League, 6:30 p.m.
University Players: "Life Is a Dream"
Trueblood Theater 8:00 pin.
General Notices
Seniors, College of LSA, and Schools
of Educ., Music, and Undergrad. Pub.
Health: Tentative lists of seniors for
May graduation have been posted on
Bhilletin Bd. in the first floor lobby,
LSA. Students enrolled in those units
not listed above should, consult their
school office. Changes should be
brotght to attention of theRecorder
at Office of the Registrar, Window A.,
1513 LSA, or from the respective coun-
seling office.
Review classes for examinations of
the Society of Actuaries will meet this
week according to this schedule: Part
I: Gen. Math., Thurs., 4 p.m., 229
Angell Hall; Part II: Probability and

up at Career Planing.
C(rrent Position Openings, inuned-
hte, not for spring grads., call 764-
7460O.
Area :newspaper, newsiwriter, general
writing skills. educ and exper, back-
ground, not specific.
Farmer's Insurance (Croump, Detroit.
claims rep., no specific ed. or exper.
req., prefer wok exper., summers or
full time, considerable people contact.
0) & S Bearing Co., Whitmoi'e Lake.
Sales Engineer. BS BA any area. Ii. 5
years., industrial exper.
National Assessmcnt of Educational

Daily

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It Has Been Shown That a Simple, Inexpensive Tune-
up Can Reduce Carbon Monoxide and Hydrocarbon
Exhaust by as Much as 50% on Most Cars.
FREE TUNE-UP
THE SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS, in
Cooperation with ENACT, Will Perform Free Tune-
ups to as Many Cars as Possible, and Will Conduct
Tours of Our Exhaust Emission Research Facilities.
SAT., MARCH 14
8 A.M. to 5 P.M. (come early.)
PARTS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT A DISCOUNT
PLEASE NOTE: We Cannot Help Cars with Major Mechanical
Problems (Such as "'Oil Burners") or Brand New Cars (Less
Than 5000 Miles).

GRADUATE ASSEMBLY
MEETING
TONIGHT
7:30
WEST CONFERENCE ROOM
RACKHAM
MEMBERS, VISITORS, OTHERS
ARE WELCOME
-,SGC ELECTIONS-
MARCH 24-25
PETITIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED IN THE
SGC OFFICE, SAB, FOR THE FOLLOWING POSI-
TIONS:
0 President, Vice-Pres. (tandem slate); 5 Council
seats
* 2 Seats on the Board in Control of Student Pub-
I ications
* I Seat on the Board in Control of Intercollegiate
Athletics
* 2 Two-year positions on the Advisory Committee
on Recreation, intramurals, and Club Sports
(one a men's seat, the other a women's)
0 1 One-year women's vacancy on the Committee
on Recreation, Intramurals, and Club Sports
FOR MORE INFORMATION, contact:
The SGC Office-763-3241
or, Tom Pearce--761-3127
PETITION DEADLINE: MARCH 11, 5:00 P.M.
Use Daily Classifieds

Vt. to 5:00 P.M.

Rent your
Roommate with
a Classified Ad

SAB Rm. 3529 and Fishbowl
FILM: "HUNGER IN AMERICA"-MARCH 9, 10, 11
SAB Rm. 3529
2:00 P.M. and 7:00 P.M.

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SCHEDULE for THURSDAY,

MARCH 12

WORKSHOPS

9:30 A.M. Michigan Natural Resources Commission
-Union Ballroom
10:00 "Too Many Americans"-Angell Aud. D
12:00 "Physics & Society-Are the Two Compatible?
-P.&.A. CoIloq. Room
1 :00 "The Future of the Great Lakes"-Union
Assembly Hall
1 :00 "Should the Internal Combustion Engine Be
Banned?"-1042 E. Engin.
1:00 "How a Growing Pop. Helps Maintain the Quality
of Our Environment"-Rooms D&E, Mich. League
1:00 "Sock It To Motherhood: Make Love, Not Babies"
-Mich. Room, League
1:30 "Man, Society, & Technology"
-Union Assembly Hall
2:00 "Panel on Air Pollution"-small Union Ballroom
2:00 "Symposium Pesticides"-Angell Aud. A

3:00 "Can We Blame Our Pop. Growth on the
Ghetto?"-Rooms D&E, Mich. League
3:00 "There Is NO Pop. Problem in the U.S.!?"
-Mich. Room, League
4:00 "Air Pollution & Climactic Alterations"
-1042 E. Engin.
4:00 "Towards a Totally Managed World"
-311 W. Engin.
7:00 "Constraints of Environmental Problems on
Management Decisions"-Room 130 Bus. Ad.
7:30 "Ecological Balance & the Quality of Life"
-Nat. Sci.
7:30 "The Hospital: Help or Hindrance?"
-N. Lecture Hall, Med. Sci. I I
7:30 "Problems in International Pollution Control"
-Union 3R-S
7:30 "Economics & Politics of Pollution" . .
-101 Econ. Bldg.
7:30 "Development of Environmental Educational
Materials"-4001 U. High
MAJOR EVENTS

7:30 "Attitudinal Change on the Environment"
-Elementary Ed. Aud., U. High
7:30 "Environmental Materials in Elementary
Education"-2435 U. High
7:30 "Economics of Environmental Problems"
-Angell Aud. B
8:00 "Water, kesources, & Engineering"
-311 W. Engin.
9:30 "Population Growth, Technological Change
and Pollution"-Econ. Bldg.
9:30 "Politics and Pollution Control"-Econ. Bldg.
9:30 "Welfare Effects on Pollution"--Econ. Bldg.
9:30 "Urban Environment"-Econ. Bldg.

FILMS

ECOLOGY HOUSE
MULTIPURPOSE
ROOM-=UGL-l

10:00
11:00
12:00
1 :30
2:00
2:30
3:30
4:30
5:30
7:30

BULLDOZED AMERICA
BY LAND, SEA & AIR
MULTIPLY ... AND SUBDUE THE EARTH
WEALTH OF THE WASTELANDS
THE SQUEEZE
WHO KILLED LAKE ERIE?
A DAY AT THE DUMP
BEYOND CONCEPTION (X-rated)
THE RIVER MUST LIVE
ASSORTED ENVIRONMENTAL FILMS ALL EVENING

IA

1-:30 Panel: "The Bridge Be-
tween Ideals and Action"
-Union Ballroom
8:00 "The Urban Condition:
Individual and Community
Perspectives"

8:00 Environmental Town
Meeting
-Pioneer High
EDDIE ALBERT-Actor & Conservationist
C. C. JOHNSON-Consumer Protection
HEW

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RALPH MAC MULLEN-Dir. Mich.
of Natural Resources

Dept.

Union Ballroom t 7 < Yr' ' nlK J K V' C

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