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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

Thursday, September 5, 1968

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Teacher strike talks remain deadlocked
in 12 Michigan districts, across nation

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information call 764-9270.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
Day Calendar
Cinema Guild-Sergei Eisenstein's A
Time in the Sun (cut from Que Viva'
Mexica) and Eisenstein ( biographical
study): Architecture Auditorium, 7:00
and 9:05 P.M.
General Notices
Foreign Student Tuition Scholar-
ships: Content: Beginning September
1, 1968, application forms will be avail-
able at the front desk of The Interna-
tional Center for: Winter Term, 1969,
The deadline for receipt (if schoar-
ship applications will be Oct. 15, 1968.
At the time of application, all appli-
cants must have already completed at
least one full semester at The Univer-
sity of Michigan in the school or col-
lege in which they will be enrolled.
Canadian citizens and immigrants
(Permanent Residents to the USA) are
not eligible to apply for these parti-
cular scholarships.'s
Marriage and Family Relations in
Americain Society (HD 345): Lecture
(Section 001) has been changed to meet
on Wednesdays, beginning September
4, at 4:00 p.m. in Room 1025, Angell
Hall.
CEEB Tests: The College Entrance
Examination Board Tests in French,
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Find it with a
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German, Russian, and Spanish will be
given September 4th, 7:00 p.m. in the
Natural Science Auditorium. Graduate
students as well as seniors contemplat-
ing graduate study at the University
of Michigan who have previous) foreign
language experience are urged to take
these examinations toward satisfying'
any type of doctoral language require-
ments. Results may provide (a) immed-
iate completion of requirement, or (b)
advanced placement toward completion.
No advanced registration; no cost to
student; results posted by roster in
Rackham Building Lobby 48 hours af-
ter test administration. Individual
scores are not released.
Applications for Graduate Student
Dissertation Grants may be submitted
up through the closing date of Tues-
day. October 1, 1968. Late applications
cannot be accepted .because of the
tight schedule. Two, other opportuni-
ties for application will be provided
during the year; one in January,
another in March. Exact deadlines will
be announced. The student is expected
to have a clear statement of the ; re-
search problem together with the esti-
mated cost of each major expenditure
connected with, It.' The project should
have been reviewed by members of the
doctoral committee and carry a letter
of endorsement from the doctoral
chairman or the chairman of the
department. Guidelines and a format
for this submission can be obtained in
the Fellowships Office, Rackham Build-
ing, room 1014: information by calling
extension 4-2218.
Doctoral
Examinations
'Edith Lorraine Lindquist, Education,
Dissertation, "An Information-Proces-
sing Approach to the Study of a
Complex Motor Skill," on Thursday,
Sept. 5 at 2:30 p.m. in West Conference
Rm, Rackham, Co-Chairmen: S. H.
Cooper and W. R. Reitman.
Placement}
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division, by mail and phone, please call
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license, easily obtained. Men, min. age the5placement services, 3200 S.A.B. 764-
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Management Consultants, positions eee ee classes had been'scheduled to be-'
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Cunningham-Limp Company, Birm- area.
ingham, Michigan: Designers, engineers
and builders of large industrial and Elsewhere some 150,000 school-
commercial buildings seek graduate cide cosA eiaaelt
civil, structural and architectural en- Bach Club Meeting, Thurs. Sept. 5th, children across America are late
gineers, pref. men with 3-6 years exper. 8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe st. starting school because of the na-
Speaker: Dr. David Crawford, "The tionwide strike. Striking teachers
Sarkes Tarzan, Inc.: Bloomington, Brandenburg Concertos: Contrasts in In New York City and Philadel-
mnd.: General Reporter. Sports Report- Instrumental Styles." Jelly donuts and
er. Keyboard Operator. Semi-Conducto conversation afterwards. All persons phia have kept negotiators work-
er. Keyboard Operator. Semi-Conductor who like classical music are invited; no ing around the clock.
Sales Engineer. Chief Engineer. Head- musical knowledge is necessary. For
Research and Dev. Lab., Semi- Conduc- further information call 769-2922 or In Madison, Ill., the walkout
tor Chemical Engineer. Applications Randy at 761-0828. was countered by a protest dem-
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Engr Fld. Serv. Engr. Jr. Engr. Physic- day, Sept: 6th. Traditional and liberal picketed City Hall. They carried
ist. Electronic Technician. Draftsman. services at 7:15 p.m. preceded by dinner signs saying, "Teachers, you got
Sales Manager. Expediter. Satistical at 6:00 p.m. Meal reservations may be an education-How about us?"
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Placement interviews: the following U.M. Young Americans for Freedom optimistic about quick settlement
representatives will be at the Bureau and UM Society of Classical Liberal- for the 12 school districts where
of Appts: Please call 763-1363 at ism, joint meeting, Sunday, Sept. 8th,
your earliest convenience for appoint- 3:00 p.m., 3 R-S Union organizational negotiations remain deadlocked.
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beyond the mediation stage and laying the beginning of instruc- ton, Charlevoix, and
factfinders are probing the situ- tion by one day. Teachers' demands

Clarwin.
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ations in each district. The state
Board of Education estimated
that about 2,124,000 students will
be enrolled in public schools when
all districts are in full operation.
The total represents an increase
of about 44,000 pupils over the
number who entered last autumn.
Tentativeagreements subject to
ratification were reached yester-
day in Bedford, Jefferson, Char-
lott, Romulus, Willow Run, and
Heintzen school districts.
Teachers at Chippewa Valley in
Macomb County agreed to work
While negotiations continued, de-

Students will return to classes
today in Charlott, where the
scheduled opening was delayed for
two days. Negotiators there ham-
mered out a tentative agreement
yesterday.
The Michigan Federation of
Teachers (AFL-CIO) represents
faculty members in three un-
settled districts--Inkster, Ecorse,
and Taylor.
The other nine districts still
deadlocked have faculties repre-
sented by the Michigan Education
Asociation. They are Adams
Township, Lincoln Park, North-
ville, Oscoda, River Rouge, Tren-'

country range from salary in-
creases to more textbooks and
smaller classes.
In addition to the teacher walk-
outs, some non-academic employes
such as bus drivers have also
walked off their jobs. In Rhode
Island a "sick strike" by bus
drivers and non-teaching staff
forced cancellation of opening
day classes in one city.
The threat of a strike in New
York City stemmed from a con-
troversy over control of the hiring
and firing of teachers by experi-
mental neighborhood committees.

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