THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, November 8, 1968
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AIR FORCE CAREER
AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
There are excellent opportunities in
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using his knowledge of the mathematical and physical sciences together with methods and
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application of proven management techniques to increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and
economy of Air Force operations. He also administers and operates in methods improvement
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O:RGANIZA::::N:. ELECTION PLEASING:
FreneIh president seeks visit by Nixon;
Baha'i Student Group, Nov. 8th, 8:00
pam., 520 North Ashley, "The Rise and
Fall; of White America".Please come to
find out what we mean.
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Fri.,
Nov. 8th: 5:00 p.m. Traditional Serv-
ices, 7:15 pam., - Hillel Student Services,
Sat., Nov. 9th, 9:00 a.m. Traditional
* * * *
"Seek and You Shall Received", Find
- U of M Tutorial Project Bucket Drives
on campus Friday, Nov. 8th and Sat.,
Nov. 9th. "Give and you Shall Support"
over 300 students giving their experience
to improve community education.
Student Religious Liberals will meet
Sunday, Novx. 10th, 7:00 p.m. .at the
First Unitarian Church, 1917 Washte-
naw to hear Prof. Robert Sklar speak
on Where America is Really At", Dis-
cussion, coffee and donuts, Everyone
* * * *
College Republican Club meeting, ont
Sunday, Nov. 10th, 3:00 p.m. 3A union
to hear SaC candidates and theirE
welcomes parallel views on key issues
PARIS (1-Authoritative sour-,
ces said yesterday it is understood
President Charles de Gaulle would
welcome a visit by President-elect
Richard M. Nixon,
The French president's prefer-
ence for Nixon has been an open
secret in diplomatic circles since
De Gaulle saw the Republican
candidate's personal emissary,
former Gov. William W. Scranton
De Gaulle received Scranton for
more than 112 hours Sept. 20 for
a discussion when De Gaule un-
burdened himself in what sources
say was one of his most frank
De Gaulle told Scranton he:
would welcome a Nixon election
victory, the sources reported. He
also emphasized his feeling that
his and Nixon's views ran paral-
lel on several key policy issues.
Principal among these, the
French believe, is what they re-
gard as Nixon's flexibility on in-
ternational monetary policy.
The French foresee a new set
of White House economic advisers,
as having less attachment to
maintaining gold's $35 an-ounce
parity. De Gaulle wants an in-
crease in the price of gold, an-
other way of saying dollar de-
De Gaulle is also said to have
show interest in Nixon's position
on Europe which appears to the
French to grant greater recogni-
tion of the independence of.
The sources stressed, however,
that there was no chance of
French reintegration into the At-
lantic Alliance's military struc-,
De Gaulle sent Nixon congrat-.
ulations Wednesday and others'
came yesterday from PresidentE
Tito of Yugoslavia, Premieri
George Papadopoulos of Greece,1
President Akir Husain of India<
and Prime Minister John Vorster
of South Africa, among others.
Press reaction from various
parts of the world to the Nixon
election continued mixed. The in-
dependent Le Monde of Paris'
said, "The American elections!
clearly show a swing to the right."
The independent Paris Figaro
called the election "A political in-
cause of the Democratic majori-
ties in Congress.
The Diario Da Manha of Lis-
bon, which reflects official Portu-
guese views, said Nixon has a
strong personality and "is not easy
Czechoslovak newspapers pre-
dicted the United States under
Nixon would take a harder line to-
cident that resolves nothing." It ward global problems and would
said Nixon will have less political shift its attention from Asia to
scope than President Johnson be- Europe.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Guess school may well be hunting a job
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with the millionaires on the Van- had a different sort of worry. "He
derbilt University Board of Trust? could very well beejustianother
A job-hunter, member of the establishment,"
To try to close the generation she said.
gap, the board has decided to in- "I think it's a good idea, but I
cdude a trustee who will be elected worry that we may get the typical
each year while he is still a sen- student leader as our only repre-
ior. The first such member will sentative on the board."
be nominated this spring and be- Mike Kiernan, an Arlington,
come a member of the board when Va., senior, called the action "a
it meets a year from now. brilliant move by Chancellor
"I feel that recent students can Heard. This will do much to re-
contribute substantially to the duce the generation gap."
board's understanding of under- The new trustee, who will have
graduate student affairs," said paid about $12,000 to attend Van-
Chancellor Alexander Heard in derbilt during the past four years,
anouncing the move yesterday, will be joining such persons on the
"The move will bring the trustees board as William S. Vaughn, an
close to the contemporary fife of alumnus and chairman of East-
the campus." man Kodak Co.; Delbert Mann,
Reaction on the campus was who won an Oscar for directing
mixed. One coed, who asked not the movie, "Marty"; Frank K.
to be identified, suggested that Houston, honorary' chairman and
student dissenters no longer will nmember of the advisory board of
be able to "keep the board of trust Chemical Bank of New York
as a 'pure hate object.' This takes Trust Co., two Vanderbilts and a
a lot of wind out of our sails." Rockefeller.
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