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Friday, Aprif 10, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, April 10, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W*2% iYMt Room 3528 L. S. A B 1 d g ., before and M'odern Studies Panel Discussion-' for Advanced Study, Princeton Univer- shall pay all accounts due the Uni-
2 p.m., of the day preceding pub- "The Making of Poetry, Oral and Lit- sity, "The Ptolemies and Their Por- versity not later than the last day of
DAILY OF ICIAL cation and y 2 p.m. Friday for erate": Multi-purpose Room, U n d e r- traits": Auditorium C. Angell Hall, 4:10 classes of each semestero. summerPP1> i
Saturday and Sunday. Items ap- graduate Library,9:00a.m. and 1:30- p.m. asession. Student loans which are notd
pear once only. Student organiza- p.m. ivUniversity Players (Department of paid or renewed are subjeect to h)err
publication. F o r more informa- sen, "Multiple Frequency Radio Obser- Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m. yet due are exempt. Any unpaid sc-
le , 6,.,f~ s Yt":? o . ,y yy",'?zM tion,phone 764-4270. vatons of BL Lac", P&A Colloq. Sm.,e. counts at the close of business on the
FRIDAY, APRIL 10 4:00 p.m. Generalt clast day of classes will be reported
The Daily Official Bulletin is an - - American Institute of Classical Arch- to the Cashier of the University and
official publication of the Univer- . 'Day C le ( aeology, Kelsey Museum and Depart- Student Accounts: Your attention is "(a) All academic credits will be WASHINGTON (} -"I have
sity of Michigan.' Notices should be ment of Classical Studies Joint Leo- called to the following rules passed by withheld, the grades for the semesterWAT)- h
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to Center for Coordination of Ancient ture: Dorothy Burr Thompson, Institute the Regents, Feb. 28, 1936: "Students or summer session just completed w1l1 F tg aDe had much to do over here," s
____- - - -- ----- -- ---*-.v- not be released, and no transcript of inEf former draft director Lewis
credits will be issued.- Hershey, now an adviser tot
(b) All students owing such ac-Hrsynw nadsrto
(u) Aill snts aowing t sch ac- Another student Was arrested President. "but then I haven't h
counts will not be allowed to register in
any subsequent semester or summer ses- yesterday on charges stemming many people to help me."
sion until payment has been made." from disruptions involving a Gen- For 29 years Hershey direc
LATEINTERVIEW ANNOUNCEMENT: eral Electric Co. recruiter Feb. 18- 'thousands of workers whose ac
Atomic Energy 'Commission, MPA, Stephen Sporn '72, was arrested ities affteted the lives of tens
MBA, and MA poll. sci. for admin. at Ann Arbor City Hall by De-. millions of Americans. Today
trainee positions nn Fed' Career Pro tective Sgt. Anderson on charges domain is two rooms in a1
6Further Info, at Career Planning, 3200 of felonious assault. Bond was set federal office building: his sta
m , .'''' "y SAB, call 764-6338. at $250. Anderson claims -that one secretary.
College Teacher Programs directory of Sporn-the seventeenth person to "I can show you aroundr
Natio0n Sci."unatnresearcpa- Ibe arrested in connection with the whole place here in 35 second
50C 54Cticipatfin summer institutes and short
5c courses. GE incident-threw a brick at him he told an interviewer.
THIS COUPON GOOD FOR Teachers College, Columbia Univ., during the February demonstra- The tone conveyed not bitt
programs for preparing major admin- tion. Sporn denies the charge. ness but the self-mocking hun
' ~istrative officers for colleges and uni-, famnWosy i om
versities, joint prog. w/teach. coll. and Sporn will be arraigned today of a man who says his form
sch of Business. before District Court Judge Pieter for happiness includes "an ou
inein r,FenmNorwr& TdbsoueeteSity of worry - but only if somebo
on any medium or large pizzaS dnelse furnishes the adrenalin.
Sporn said he had been at city Despite growing criticism 1
Cp LITTLE CAESAR97Flac MERnube ster to kthe seri year, Hershey had stuck to
7SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE A er f hwanted to buy. guns as draft director until Pre
15 0 35 212 SAB, Lower Level After paying the inspection fee, dent Nixon finally "reassigne
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Sporn said he was approached by. him effective last Feb. 16.
wNASA, Greebelt Md., Soph. or mor Anderson who informed him he "It was inevitable," Hersh
ply~t10tih Rd Epubliclr admin. was under arrest. said in the ipterview. "And ther
P o Rdy Insurance of Wausau. Wis., wa . always a question whether y
intern prog. for students interested in "I don't understand why they wait the way I did too long. Bu
e e ins, career.
PTexas Instruments, Attelboro, Mass., waited until now to come up with would have felt I was runni
Phone. F 6565c 61 Jr. or better in ME, EE, IE, Materials this charge." Sporn said. "I really away.
E, and Metall. E, and Computer Scd. "I haven't allowed myself to1
THIS COUPON GOOD FOR Johnson and Johnson, Chicago, Fresh- question whether they arrested gret it," he said of his reassig
men-Grad., areas of engrg., computer me 'for those charges or because ment. "I enjoyed the damn t
sci. design dev., plant operation, sum-
mer devei prog. 'I'm a member of SDS" moil. I went through over the
We on the p'urchase of '
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But I don't think I ever wake up
at night and miss it."
And yet. after an Army career
spanning 59 years, he said on his
last day that he would miss having
a command. At Selective Service
he tried to know every headquart-
ers employe by name, and was re-
paid with unswerving loyalty.
Since leaving Selective Service
for the presidential advisory post,
Hershey admitted. "I haven't
worked a great deal. I've been out
on the hustings a bit m a k i n g
speeches. I've got more traveling
ahead of me.
"I do some reading," he said,
pointing to a copy of the report
by the President's commission on
an all-volunteer Army. To read,
Hershey must perch his thick
glasses on his forehead and hold
the page, about four inches from
his left eye. A 1927 polo accident
blinded his right eye.
"I write a memorandum or so,"
he continued, "but I don't think
they're a matter of public discus-
sion. I don't know if anybody
reads them or not. I don't think
you sit around and wait until
somebody asks your advice.
"I attend a meeting now a n d
then. I have seen some of the
White House people, but I have
rather religiously' stayed away
from the Selective Service."
The phone rang and, after a
brief conversation, Hershey re-
called how as draft director he was
deluged with calls from draft re-
gistrants and their families a n d
friends. Congressmen would call
too, about defense matters a n d
legislation.
Now the phone doesn't ring as
of ten.
"Oh, the Boy Scouts still re-
member me," he said. Hershey
has been active in scouting since
the mid-1930s.
Another phone call was from
an officer at the Pentagon-it had
to do with providing Hershey a
chauffeured car.

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Yet, his pace is slower now,
Hershey 'says, "but I see a lot of
retired people who have less to
hang on to than I have. I'm 76
and some people think, that's old,
but I'm still active.
"I got a promotion out of it,
whether I deserved it or not,"
he said with a chuckle, referring
to his new rank as full general. A
few years ago Hershey said the
one thing that scared him was
"having nothing to do."
So he is glad he's still got a
job as Nixon's advisor on man-
power mobilization. "I don't know
how to be an advisor or not," he
mused, 'but I think an advisor
should give his boss the best he's
Igot. You don't just tell the boss
the best things. You've got a re-
sponsibility to tell him things you
don't think he ought to do."
That role may well place him at
odds with his successor, Curtis. W.
Tarr, who says he wants to see
draft regulations applied more
uniformly throughout the nation.
Hershey always has been and
still is against centralizing author-
ity. "I still feel it's best," he said,
"if you give people responsibility
and let them do it. You have to be
careful that administration does
not turn into meddling."
Hershey said he offers no opin-
ions on such subjects as the vol-
unteer Army, student deferments,
and the forthcoming Senate hear-
ing on revision of the draft law.
"You have two questions," he
said. "What are you going to do,
and how are you going to do it?
On 'how'; I haven't gone into de-
tail. On 'what', I have some opin-
ions."
Hershey talks on in his famil-
iar, folksy, rambling way, clearly
in no great hurry.
As tgetinterview ended, Her-
shey's lunch - in a brown paper
bag-and another visitor were
both waiting in the outer office.
Hershey chose the visitor, escort-
ing him inside.
"Have you seen my new club?
If you can spare 35 seconds I can
show you around my whole lay-
out," hehwas saying as the door
swung shut.

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