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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 12, 1968

And the speeches go on and on,

French 'cultural mission'
provokes Trudeau reaction

1

EMERGENCY APPEAL

By 'The Associated Press
NEW ORLEAVS-Vice Presi-
dent Hubert Humphrey said
yesterday he would be willing
to debate third party candidate
George Wallace. Previously,
Humphrey had termed the for-
mer Alabama governor "an im-
portant candidate," but not a
major one.',
The Vice President added, "I
am willing to debate any man
who seeks the presidency."
Speaking on a television pro-
gram, Humphrey pictured Rich-
ard M. Nixon as "a wiggler and
a wobbler" on the political
issues of the day-and he
sought to work himself out of
a tangle on Vietnam. '
Humphrey aides have said
the Vice President is counting
on debates-like the John F.
Kennedy-Nixon debates of 1960
-to defeat Nixon in 1968.
* * *
WASHINGTON -- Humphrey
apparently will have to fait
until early October to find out
of Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy
will actively back him for
president. McCarthy. the sym-
bol of dissent to the ? umin-
istration's Vietnam 1-icies

which Humphrey is supporting
with variations, said yesterday
he will not announce his in-.
tentions for at leastthree
weeks.
But the Minnesota senator,
who lost the Democratic nom-
ination to Humphrey at the
Chicago convention, made it
clear at an informal news con-
ference and a subsequent in-
terview he has' no inclination
to support the GOP nominee.
Richard M. Nixon.
Asked if he could possibly
back Nixon, McCarthy replied
with a smile: "I don't think
so."
McCarthy acknowledged that
Humphrey's supporters have
been putting some pressure
on him for an early endorse-
ment of the vice president.
* * *
RALEIGH, NC-Richard M.
Nixon staged a party unity
display in New York yesterday,
then turned his Republican
presidential campaign to the
South.
Top echelon New York Re-
publicans took turns praising
the GOP presidential nominee

and pledging campaign help.
"All of us together are team
players," Nixon said. "And a
party that can unite itself can
unite this nation."
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller,
Sen. Jacob K. Javits and Char-
les E. Goodell, who will be
campai gn
J'68
sworn in Thursday as New
York's junior U.S. senator, and
New York Mayor John V. Lind-
say joined in promising to aid
the ticket.
Later, at the Raleigh-Dur-
ham Airport in North Carolina,
Nixon needled the Democrats
about the turmoil that beset
their national convention in
Chicago. "Some people had
trouble there" he said "but they
were very friendly to us in Chi-
cago." North Carolinians,
standing 15 to 20 deep along
an airport barrier, cheered.

NEW ORLEANS - George
Wallace said yesterday he will
not have a national convention
of his national party because,
he said, it takes "the armed
forces of the country to make,
it possible to hold one conven-
tion."
The third party candidate
told a $25-a-plate fund raising
luncheon crowd of 1,000 that
he will have state conventions
-"You might call them mini
conventions," he said-in states
where election laws require
them.

OTTAWA bPb-The visit of a'

In Paris. officials said the man

French language expert to the was on a private trip, not a gov-
Canadian prairies on a voluntary ernment mission.

The Children's Community

School faces

cultural mission has raised a new

The French official was iden-

row between Canada and France. tified as Philippe Rossillon. sec-

It brought memories of Presi-
dent Charles de Gaulle's explosive
outcry of sympathy for separatists
on a visit to bicultural, bilingual
Quebec in 1967: "Vive le Quebec
Libre?"
This time it involved Canadian
prime minister of French-Ca-
nadian heritage, Pierre Elliott'
Trudeau, who, among other :
things, accused France of sending t

i etary for the high committee for
the defense and expansion of the
French language throughout the
world. The service is attached di-
rectly to the office of Prime Min-
ister Maurice Couve de Murville.
Trudeau declared, "It van harm
the acceptance of bilingualism if
an agent of a foreign state comes
in and agitates, as it were. to
have the citizens in that province

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
Program No. 7"': North Campus Com-
inar: "The Management of Managers.
mons, 8:15 am.. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00
to 9:00 p.m.
Basic Fire School 1: Civil Defense
Center, 9:00 arn. to 5:00 p.m.
Actuarial Review Class for general
mathematics examination of the Socie-
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Angell Hll, 4 p.m.
Phys. Chem- Bio-Physics Seminar:.
Prof. J. Oncley, Bio-Physics Research
Division, University of Michigan,
"Studies of Rotary Diffusion of Macro-
molecules", Room 1200 Chem., 4:30.p.m.
Cinema Guild: - Dick Bogarde and
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Architecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05
p.m.
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U-M~ Broadcasting Service: WIJOM-1
FM (91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily;
Today: 1:00 p.m. Peace, Love, Creativ-
ity: Hope of Mankind - "Love of Hu-
manity," with Beatrice and Johnson
Fairchild, the Cooper Union.
School of Nursing Required Tuber-
culosis Testing Program, Fall 1968 -
Freshmen: Test: Monday, Septemberj
16, 1968. Room: M7330 Medical Science1
Bldg. Time: 4-5:30 p.m. Read: Wednes-
day, September 18, 1968 Room: M4118
School of Nursing. Time: 3:30 - 5:30

p.m. Sophomores, Juniors, S
Test: Tuesday, September 17,
Room: M4118 School of Nursin
Time: 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Read: Th
September 19,, 1968 Room:
School of Nursing Bldg. Time:
5:30 p.m.
History Department lecture.
sor Keith Hopkins of the Unive
Hong Kong will lecture of "Soy
cal Methods and Ancient B
Tuesday, September 17, 4:10V
110 Physics-Astronomy Buildin
Law School Admission Test:A
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Rackham Building for the Law
Admission Test. The next admn
'tion of the test will be on Sa
November 9, and applycationsa
in Princeton, New Jersey befo
tober 19.
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ATTENTION STUDENTS:
September 13, 1968 (4:00 p.m.
last day for the Fall Term w]
Registrar's Office will:
Rgistrar's Office will: a. Acc4
Student "100%" Withdrawal No
refund purposes. b. Allow refu
the student who reduces h
course credit.
October U, 1968 (4:00 p.m.) is
October' 11, 1968 (4:00 p.m.)
last date for the Fall TermwI
Registrar's Office wil lallow 'ref
a "50%" withdrawal.
Exception: Appropriate adju
will be made for those schools
classes whic commence othe
August 29, 1968.
* * *
Educational Testing Service
and German Test. The Edu
Testing Service Test in Fren
German administered by the 0
School for doctoral candida
scheduled for Tuesday night,
22, at 7 p.m. In the Rackhaml
Hall. ALL students planningt
the test must registr by 4 p.m.
day. October 22, at the Info
Desk in the lobby of the R
Building. The fee is $6.00. For
information call the Informatio
764-4415. -
Doctoral
Examination
Robert T. Frossard, Educatia
sertation: "Attitudes Related to
zens Committee Study of Equ
Educational Opportunity." TI
September 12. 9 a.m., Room 32
versity High School. Chairman
Bertolaet.
Johanna Katerina Helene

Seniors:
1968
g Bldg.
iursday,
M4118
3:30 -
Profes-
mity of

Mathematics, Dissertation: "The Cau-
chy Problem for a Singular Partial Dif-
ferential Equation," on Thursday,
Sept 12 at 1 p.m. in Room 2445 Mason
Hall, Chairman: A. E. Heins.
Placemen t
3200 S.A.B.
GRNLRA D I bVTSTAY'

He said the Republican and "secret agents" to Canada. act in a certain way,"
Democratic conventions proved
that it takes "the Army and
the Navy and perhaps even the
Marine Corps and the Air SO YOU'VE ONLY GOT 50c
Force" to 'maintain order. He ('til you hear from dad)?
said the major parties "have
brought this about by cowtow-follow the student crowd
ing" to what he called anar- to the
chist groups,
Earlier Wallace told the AAUW 16th Annual Used Book Sale
American Legion national con-
vention that if peace talks in (records and magazines too )
Paris break down "we should THURS. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
seek recourse to the military FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.
strength in this contry.'' STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING
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12th, 10:00 p.m. Pastor Alfred T. T
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International Association for the Ex- A Discussion o fMethods
change of Students for Technical Ex-*,
perience, Thurs., Sept. 12th, 7:30 p.m. and Alternotives Designed
UCLI. Multi-purpose room, "Training
Overseas For Students of Science, Ar-
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Hillel: Registration for Beit Midrash
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g please call 764-7460 for further informa-
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obably not a startling revelation when you think about it. The ex-
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d that's what fraternities today are offering. People and ideas. Coin-
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8:00 GENERAL DISCUSSION-Why a Wrte-in Campaign for McCarthy?
What Will We Do After Nov. 5?

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