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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 3, 1968

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 3, 1968

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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Ignore the Student Strike
The issues can be discussed
at the
Americans for Democratic Action
Organizational Meeting
Monday, Nov. 4, 7:30 P.M.
Union Ballroom
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(Continued from Page 2)
Computing Technique in Optimal Con-
trol": 1504 East Engineering, 4:00 p.m.
Center for South and Southeast Asian
Studies: Anil Seal, Lecturer in His-
tory, Unersity of Cambridge, and Fel-
low, Trinity College, "Imperialism and
Colonial Nationalism, Comparative Per-
spective": East Conference Room, Rack-
ham uilding, 4:10 p.m.
Office of Religious Affairs Open
Seminar: "The Divine Relativity - A
Social Conception of God, Guild,
House, 802 Monroe St., 7:30 p.m.
Six Evenings with the Professors; Wil-

Liam M. Cave, Professor of Education,
"Social Change in Soviet Central Asia":
Amphitheater, Rackham Building, 7:30
p.m.
School of Music Recital: Rhea Kish,
Piano; Jerome Jelinek, Cello; Rackham
Lecture Hall, 8:00 p.m.
Women's Research Club Meeting: Dr.
Deborah S. Freeman, Economics De-
partment. "The Role of Consumption
of Modern Durables in Economic De-
velopment," West Conference R o o m ,
Rackham Building, 8:00 p.m.
General Notices
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily;
Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 1:30
p.m. What Must Be Done - "Employ-
ment" (continued) with Arjay Miller,
Ford Motor Company; Don Slaiman,
AFL-CIO; and Cyril Tyson, N.Y. City
Human Resources Commission. 2:00 p.m.

Americans for Democratic Action
MASS
ORGAN IZATIONAL
MEETING

Cleveland Orchestra, Georeg Szell, con- until 12 midnight on Saturday, Novem-
ductor. Mozart and Strauss. ber 2, 1968.
Monday 11 a.m. The Eleventh Hour Approved: The decision of the Cre-
(repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts dentials and Rules Committee that elec-
an hour of news and conversation about tion candidate, Dale Jurcisin, be den-
the arts and literature. Guest: Guitar- led speaking privileges until +Tuesday,
ist-composer Bob Franke. Monday, 1:00 November 5 and the displaying of
p.m. The Yale Sillman Lectures - "The posters until 12 midnight on Saturday,
Evolution and Power of Symbolic Lang- November 2, 1968.
uage", with Prof. Jacob Btronowski, Appointed: Jim Fisher as Admin-
from the series on "The origins of istrative Vice President of Student
Knowledge and Imagination". Monday Government Council.
5:15 p.m. Law In The News with Prof. Appointed: Bill Scott at Student Ac-
Joseph R. Julin. tivities Building Coordinator.
Arepresentative from Case Western Approved:That Phoenix/SDS be
Reserve Law School will be on campus granted temporary recognitnion as a
Monday to discuss admission policies student organization for the period of
and procedures with prospective appli- on week.
cants. Appointments may be made by Approved: That The Forum be grant-
calling Mrs. Towle, 40312 or in persn ed recognition as a student organiza-
in 1223 Angell Hall. Approved: That The History Students
Undergraduates possibly Interested in Assembly be granted recognition as a
a summer job in Washington, D.C. -- student organization.
Prepare Yourself by taking the summer Approved: That the Select Commit-
employment examination. Applications tee on Non-Student Control in Student
can be picked up in the Summer Place- Organizations have access to the files
ment Service, 212 SAB, from 9 to 5 of the SGC Membership Committee,
Monday thru Friday. If satisfied with subject to the same rules of confi-
last year's score, you do not have to dentiality as apply to the Membership
take the exam again this year. Dead- Committee.
line for applying for the first exam Approved: That SOC allocate $1.000
is Wednesday, Nov. 6.-- The Washing- to the Writer-in-Residence Program for
ton Summer Intern Program. 1968-1969.
Defeated: That SOC reaffillate with
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY United States National Student Assoc-
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL iation under the following conditions:
AT ITS MEETJNG OCTOBER 31, 1968 1. That SOC at no time send more
Appointed: Ssan Friedman as Block than two official representatives to
Ticket Coordin'ator. the U.S.N.S.A. Student Congress.
pprovedTo.establnSpecifically, SOC mandates its
Publicity Coordinator. That Barbara lowing positions:t
ma be appointed as Publicity Co- (a) Oppose any consideration
ordinator. of issue-legislation at the Na-
Approved: The decision of the Cre- tional Congress.
dentials and Rules Committee to deny f (b) Investigate and expose any
election candidate, Roger Keats, the compromising relations with the
privilege of speaking for his election un- U.S. Government.
til Wednesday, November 6 and the 3. That SGC disavow any relation
displaying of posters until 6 p.m. on with allnon-educational aspects of
Sunday, November 3, 1968. N.S.A.
Approved: The decision of the Cre- 4. That SGC forbid its representa-
dentials and Rules Committee that elec- tives to the Congress from pursuing
tion candidate, Mike Farrell, be denied or accepting any office in the na-
speaking privileges until Tuesday. No- tional or regional offices of N.S.A.
vember 5 and the displaying of posters Roll Call Vote: YES-Davis, Neff,

Rubin. NO-Deitch, Hollenshead, lessness, of impending national disaster,
Knowles, Lowen, Miller, Nelson. and of our country's disinterest in its
Approved: WHEREAS: SGC is a continuing destruction of human life
democratic legislative body finally re- and public freedom at home and abroad;
sponsible to the student body for all and. WHEREAS: We recognize the need
its acts; and WHEREAS: What SGC to find soine way to reverse, stop, or
does wth student money is the proper just msa;k the process that is destroy-
concern of the student body and of no ing us as a people and as moral beings;
one else; and WHEREAS: Barbara Ne- THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED THAT:
well, Vice President for Student Serv- We SGC, hereby declare our intention
ices, acting contrary to it valid vote to. and urge our fellow students to,
of SOC, contrary to the SOC Plan and consider whether, given the present
contrary to custom, has h e I d up state of the University and of the
an SGC appropriation for the trivial world, a student might not better spend
and irrelevant reason that she wanted November 4 and 5 participating in the
information concerning incorporation activities of the strike rathet than at-
of SGC; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV- tending class.
ED: That SGC formally censure Vice Approved: That SGC allocate $75 for
President Newell for her action, the student strike.
Defeated: That Council amend its Approved: That there be a $15 elec-
Operating Procedures to allow the seat- tion fee for all SGC candidates and that
ing of the President of Engineering after the C & R Committee has levied
Council, or his designate, as a nonvot- any fines after the election, the re-
ing member of Council; on condition maining monies be returned. That the
that, if at any time so many organiza- $5.00 fee for the present election be
tions of equal status make application returned in the same way.
for nonvoting seats at Council that Approved: To establish a select com-
there is not room for all, the ex-of- mittee on the Independent Financing
ficios and would-be ex-officios shall of SOC.
settle among themselves who shall and SGC will debate and vote on the
shall not be seated, following motions on November 7, I9ft
Approved: To establish a Select Com- in room 3540 SAB. Interested persons
mittee on the Role of Ex-Officio Mem- are invited to participate in the debate
bers on SOC and further, to appoint personally, by petition, or by some
Larry Deitch, Ebb Nelson, E. O. Know- other means.
les, Michael Davis and Dan McCreath Amendments to Bicycle Regulations
to the committee, in "Regulations Concerning Student
Approved: To approve the efforts of Conduct."
Bob Neff and the Executive Board of Amendments to Council Plan.
SGC to gain representation on the Un-
ion Board of Directors and the LeaguePl c m n
Board of Governors with the under-
standing that this motion does not 3200 S.A.B.
restrict any future action of the Un- GENERAL DIVISION
ion-League Board.
Approved: WHEREAS: Students for a Placement Interviews: The following
Democratic Society (SDS) has called for organizations will interview at Place-
a national student strike for November ment Services, the representatives ex-
4 and 5 to dramatize student dissatis- Pect to see at least a vita sheet on in-
faction With an electorial process that terviewees, therefore, if you are not
has left no chance to choose between already registered with the General
presidential candidates differing on the Division. please stop in and let us pro-
major issues of the day, and, WHERE- vide you with the proper materials.
AS: We, like many of our fellow Please call 763-1363 to make appoint-
students, must take this election as ment by phone, or stop in and make
one more sign of our frustrating help- appt. in person. Make appts as soon

Monday, Nov. 4

7:30yP.M.

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VOTE FOR the CLEA VER-HOCHMAN
Presidential Slate on the
NEW POLITICS PARTY ticket.
A vote for Cleaver-Rochimnn is a vote-
AGAINST RACISM
AGAINST THE VIETNAM WAIF
AGAINST DOMESTIC REPRESSION
FOR DEMOCRATIC COMMUNITY CONTROL OF INSTITUTIONS
FOR A JUST AND HUMANIZED AMERICA
FOR A WORLD AT PEACE WITH FREEDOM
While we did not see the McCarthy write-in effort as a vehicle for building an independent movement for fundamental social change,'
let alone the most effective method of protest against intervention abroad and injustice at home, we nonetheless decry the closing
of that option to those who would have chosen to exercise it. The surest way to forestall greater repression is to challenge it forth-
rightly-to vote for those who have helped to bring it about is not the way. WE SOLICIT YOUR VOTES FOR CLEAVER-
HOCHMAN.
To choose between Humphrey and Nixon is not an effort worthy of people of decent instincts. The differences between them are too
small to be of any important consequence. Moreover, there is no way of predicting which of them would be the lesser disaster. As
between Kennedy and Nixon, would you have predicted that Kennedy would have gone into the Bay of Pigs? As between Eisenhower
and Stevenson, would you have predicted Eisenhower's restraint during the French collapse in Indo-China?
The CLEAVER-HOCHMAN tickets needs 13,500 votes in order for the NEW POLITICS PARTY to stay on the
ballot. Many people in Washtenaw County have seen the importance of having ah independent party on the bal-
lot, as evidenced by the wide community support for Joe Lewis for sheriff. If this community wishes such grass-
root campaigns in the future, ballot status for New Politics must be assured.
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