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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 13, 1968

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PROFESSOR'S PREDICTIONS:
State's legislators may lead

Connectic it students Children

Congress

occupy ad.building

to receive

The 91st Congress may have
three Michigan legislators in
powerful positions, predicts Nor-
man C. Thomas of the political
science department.
Prof. Thomas said Michigan
Sen. Robert Griffin is the leading
contender to replace Sen. Thomas
Kuchel as Republican whip in the
Senate,. Kuchel -was defeated in
the California primary.
In the House, Democratic Rep.
James O'Hara of Utica could con-
ceivably challenge and replace,
John W. McCormack as speaker.
Rep. Gerald Ford's position as
GOP leader in the House "is un-
likely to change," Thomas said.
Thomas, who spent the last
academic year in Washington
studying the formation of federal
educational policies, sees the new

Senate, with a 58-42 Democratic
edge, as "maybe slightly more3
conservative, but not enough to
make an appreciable difference."
However, he forecasts "a likely
change in leadership positions,
even though the party ratio has
changed very little.
GRIFFIN STRONG
"It is very possible that Sen.
Griffin will try for the position
of Republican whip," Thomas
predicted. "The Fortas hearings
have established him as the most
forceful young Republican sen-
ator. An interesting battle may
develop between Griffin and Ne-
braska Sen. Roman Hruska for
the No. 2 Republican leadership
slot in the Senate, and right now
Griffin looks like the strongest
contender."

The difference in party strength
in the new House is "minimal,"
Thomas noted, "and it appears.
likely that there wil be few chan-
ges in leadership. However, there
is an outside possibility that this
may be the Congress in which the
Northern liberal Democrats revoltj
against the leadership of John
McCormack and Carl Albert.
"The Democratic Study Group,c
an informal, ad hoc body of liberal
Democratic congressmen, may try
to displace McCormack as HouseE
speaker," Thomas continued. "It's1
unlikely that they'd settle for Al-
bert, due to his performance at4
the Democratic National Conven-
tion and his poor health. Jim
O'Hara, the informal leader of:|
the DSG, is most frequently men- 1

tioned as the challenger to Mc-
Cormack."l
Thomas doubts that Richard
Nixon, the first president since
1849 to take office without his
party in control on Capitol Hill,
will have any major difficulties;
with Congress.1

TREND CONSERVATIVE
"The combined Nixon and Wal-1
lace votes indicate a trend toward
conservatism, and there is prob-
ably going to be a slightly more
conservative mood in Congress,"
commented Thomas. "Nixon's pro-
grams won't necessitate a great
deal of new legislation in domestic
areas. Given his conservative ten-
dencies and outlook, he won't be
asking Congress to pass any tre-
mendously new legislation in
terms of substantive programs."

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"Nixon has a real political prob- Ada o
lem," according to Thomas. "Spe- tAboQuVu100studentVemoEstra-,buildingasinginyeteds laud
cifically: how to absorb the Wal- tors occupied the University of ing a warning by the head of the, a tu ~ ,
lace vote without losing the mod- C o n n e c t i c u t's administration state police that they would be ar-
buacen Monaye-anithd teytestdowthngmitteeifmhed-i
erates and liberals. We can expect building Monday and said they rested within minutes if they did A parents' group aimed at as- 4
a fairly conservative administra- would not leave until amnesty not leave the building. No arrests sisting children with a wide range
tion under Nixon, and if the clas- was granted to four professors and were reported, of educational problems will meet
sical pattern of third parties being eight students involved in a pro- The students had roamed, for the third time tonight at the
absorbed by the other parties pre- test against the Dow Chemical through the building unchal- Society of Friends Meeting House,
vails, then a substantial number Company last month, lenged, occupying the kitchen, ad- 1420 Hill St. at 8 p.m.
of Wallace voters may move into However, the students left the ministrative offices and confer- The group, which is not yet af-
the Republican party. -.ence room of the board of trus- filiated with any national organ-
tees, where they sat eating dough- ization. plans to aid children with
"On the other hand, if the nuts and drinking coffee. zto.pastadchdrnwh
Nixon administration is unsuc- 1,1 / j i4 nt(n rikn ofe behavior disorders, physical co-
cessful, and the domestic situation The sit-in began when 60 stu- ordination difficulties, reading dif-
deterioratessfurte, t h e stan dents entered the building Mon- ficulties or other language dis-
deteriorates further, then we can G day shortly after a news confer-,Idsblt
anticipate a Wallace movement O i e da shl afeakes confeorders,learning disabilities, and
even stronger than the present ' ence at which speakers demanded brain damage.
one. It's even possible we're amnes threatened by the university The parents are also interested
moving into a period of sustained w rthreatendry cthe unvesit in children who are in regular
third-party movement on the penf(. with disciplinary action and sus-an classrooms but are not succeeding,
right, which will continue into peon fo ptain part i a children who are in Type A classes
the future." Ann Arbor police announced 30 protest on campusbut are not achieving their full
ELECTORAL REFORM yesterday they have confiscated The protest forced cancellation potential, as well as children who
57 of recruitment interviews by Dow. have been excluded from the pub-
n spounds of marijuana and are emm
Thomas feels that one probable holding a 19-year old musician wihicue aamaogislesho ytm
result of Nixon 's narrow electio~n charged with violating the nar- products. Guest speaker at the meeting
Imargin will be a 'change in the ctc aso 5,0 od dadV rntesho' ilb r.Jc ig is ie
electoral system. "The closeness of cThc aso 5,4 od dadV rnte cols ilb r.Jc ig is ie
this race marked the second time The marijuana was confiscated provost, said the charge against President of the Michigan Asso-
nthe ast three esdentie- from 1520 Hill St. Saturday morn- the professors was that they en- ciation for Children with Learning
ing. Arrested was John E. King, tered a room occupied by a Dow Disabilities. She will speak on
Lions that we've been on the edge who police claim is formerly of recruiter and refused to leave, "Perceptual Development Classes
of a real constitutional and elec- Paducah, Ky. thereby obstructing a university in Oakland County," detailing the
;oral crisis in this country." he Police Chief Walter Krasny activity with "full knowledge" types of children aided and the
said. claimed the arrest was not an- that it violated university policy. types of programs offered by the
The possible changes, said the nounced until yesterday "because Professor Jack Roach, one of public school system in Oakland
political scientist range from out- at that time we were considering those threatened with disciplinary County.
right abolition of the Electoral related events that news publica- action, said in a statement at the Parents of children who might
College/ in favor of a popular tion might have hampered." news conference that the univer- benefit from the group's activities
plurality to more minor altera- Two persons were arrested sev- sity had unfairly singled out a are invited to attend the meeting
tions, such as retaining the Elec- eral weeks ago charged with pos- small number of faculty members at 8 p.m.. as are interested pro-
toral College but allowing a joint sessing a smaller amount of marl- and students involved in the Oct. fessional workers.
session of Congress rather than juana. Police claim the arrests are 30 protest because of their anti- Further information about the
the House to select the president part of a "massive campaign" to war activities. About 100 students group can be obtained from Mrs.
shopld the Electoral College fail end "illicit narcotics traffic" in and faculty members participated Naida Taton at 971-3182 or Mrs.
to do so. Ann Arbor. in the demonstration. Judith Greenbaum at 665-6853.
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Day calendar'
Programmed Learning for Business
Seminar: "Management 'of Behavior
Change": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
Department of Journalism Lecture: A.
H. Raskin, New York Times, "Can
America's Newspapers Live With Labor
and Can They Live Without Labor?":
Amphitheater, Rackham Buiding, 4:10
p.m.
Student Laboratory Theatre Program
(Department of Speech): Joel Oppen-
heimer's The Great American Desert
and Laurence Osgood's Pigeons: Arena
Theater, Frieze Building, 4:10 p.m.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society: The
Gondoliers (or The King of Barataria):
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
(Sharp).
The Stanley Quartet: Gilbert Ross,
Violin; Gustave Roessels, Violin; Ro-
bert Courte, Viola; Jerome Jelinek,
Cello; Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:00 p.m.
general Notices
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Mc.) it a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Wednesday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh
Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.)' - Ed Bur-
rows hosts an hour of news and conver-
sation about the arts; and literature.
Guest: Author - Composer, Nathaniel
Burt. Wednesday 1:00 p.m. U-M Con-
ference .on Aging Lecture - Dr. Ethel
Shamus, Prof. of Sociology, U. of Ill.,
Chicago, on "The Role and Meaning
of Family in the Life of the Aged".
Tuesday 4:45 p.m. Campus News, pro-
duced by students in the speech de-
partment. Tuesday 5:00 p.m. The Press
and World Affairs, with Prof. Ben Ya-
blonky. Wednesday 8:00 p.m. U-M Stan-
ley Quartet Concert - broadcast live
from Rackham Lecture Hall. Quartets
by Haydn, Bartok, Schubert.
Thursday 1:00 p.m. U.S. Foreign Pol-
icy: .The Next Decade: "Projections:
Asia", with Prof. Harold Isaacs, MIT..
Thursday 4:45 p.m. Conservation Re-
port, with Prof. Karl Lagler. 5:15 p.
U-M :Feature Story with Jack Hamil-
ton.
Flu Shots: The last "flu shot" clinic
of the year will be held at the Health
Service on Thursday, November 14, from
8:00 - 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 4:30 p.m.
The charge is $1.50 for students and
spouses and $2.00 for staff and spouses.
Persons who have been immunized
since 1964 need only one "shot" this
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fall. Those who were told they need a amination) Test given for those who grad school. Secretary, for sr. profes- t
booster dose and have not received it applied on Oct. 9, this Saturday, No- sor in adv. mgmt. in Bus. Sch. Execu-0
should do so at this final clinic. Note: vember 16. Occasionally 'others may be tive Secretary, Anthropology professor.
The vaccine to be used at this time admitted to the test, if interested and Systems Programmer, math degree andt
does not contain the Hong Kong strain. leaving campus this December, contact 1-2 years on 7094 or 1401, using Fortran,8
This strain is not presently available Miss Webber, 764-7460, Placement Ser- Cobol, and autocoder langs. Staff As-'
to the public except for experimental vices. Next application date is Decem- sistant, in resources office of Bus. Sch.
purposes. ; er 11 for test on Jan. 8. Part time secretary. j.
Current Position openings received Careers with the State of Illinois
Mental Health Research Institute by General Division by mail and phone, booklet now in Career planning library, I
Seminar: Zdenek Lodin, Pasadena not interviews on campus, call 764-7460. all areas of work, file for application
Foundation for Medical Research, or come to Placement Service for ap- before Nov. 16, 1968..DX
"Some Aspects of Glial Cell-Neuron Re-plcto procedures. East T'ennessee Economics Develop-
latlonships," Thurs., Nov. 14, 3:45 p.m. ment District, Knoxville, Tenn.: Plan- t
Center for Russian and East European Local Firm: Computer time-shari ner, dev. urban renewal housing facili-
Stde etr:Po.PtrC. Ludz, oprtos/pormig pronties, and other plans to mteet needs of
three openings, beginning positions, ex- ,s
Political Science,. Free University of c eiebtntncsay new -population, seek young person
Berlin. "Political and Social Change in techical crnd degree not requir, with high degree of technical compet-
East Germany," Thursday, Nov. 14, could be working on degree, but prefe, ence and limited amount of exper. Re-
Room 200 Lane Hall, 410 p.m.ousomeone not too involved with a n y quest application not later than No-
Botany Seminar: Dr. G. Ledyard class hours In day. vme 5
Stebbins, University of California, "New s Bell T ne
Insights into the Relationship Between Bell Telephone Laboratories, two ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
Genes and Morphological Characteris- openings at Murray Hill and Holmdel, ,SERVICE
tics in Higher Plants". Thursday, No- N.J.: Bach. or masters degrees in sci- 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
vember 14, 1968 at 4:15 p.m., 1400 Chem- ence-oriented fields interested in'psy- NOVEMBER 20, 1968
istry Bldg. chological research. Backgrounds in The Boeing Co.
computer programming and/or lang- General American Transportation
. uages and linguistics appreciated. I Corp.
octorat cEl X 1fms Wisconsin State: Architectural Pro- Corporate
grammer, 4 levels, degree and from 1-7 Research Div. of GATX
years exper. Architectural Coordinator, Johnson Service Co.
Frederick Irving Eilers, Botany Dis- 4 levels, degree and 1-7 years. Coordin- North American Rockwell Corp.
sertation: "Studies on Furfural Acti- ator of intensive treatment services Autonetics Div.
vation of Neurospora tetraspermna As- PhD and 1 year, or MA and 8 years. Columbus Div.
cospores," on Wednesday, November 13 Office of Urban Affairs of the Arch- Space Div.
at 9 a.m. in Room. 1139 Natural Sci- diocese of Hartford, New Haven Con- Los Angeles Div.
ences, Chairman: A. S. Sussman. necticut: Executive Director, for com- Rocketdyne Div.
Charles William Johnson, History, munity action program, serving 4 cities, O. M. Scott & Sons Company
Dissertation: "The Civilian Conserva- exper in administration of such pro- U.S. Gov't - Defense Intelligence
ion Corps: The Role of the Army," on grams and bckrnd in public admin. Agency
Wednesday, November 13 at 11 a.m. Kerr Manufacturing Company, De-
in Room 3609 Haven Hall, Chairman rr Mauc.: Comp.a, D -
S. Fine, trolt, Mich.: Computer programmer. de- .:::«.. :.:::......".........,...,
Li-hi Tin;Cheicl Egieerng Igree and 3-5 years in EDP and pro- , _
Li TienChemicalEngineering,-ramming. Market Analyst, degre and O RGA N IZAT ION
Dissertation: "Freezing of a Convective 2 years of sales forecasts,, mktg. surveys,
Liquid in a Crystal-Growth Tube," on admin of company sas records and
Wednesday. November 13rntChpmi reports, exper in statistics necess. Re- N -
Room 3073 East Engineering, Chairman: search Associate, degree in Organ. NOT ICES..L
J. 0. Wilkes., s Chem. 2-4 years in research in plastics,
tioen, "The National Discipline Scheie coatings, formulating, rubber etc.
forIndan chol Yuth"an Wed- Oho National Life Insurance Coin-
nesdayf November 13 t,3 p.min pany, Cincinnati, Ohio: Systems Meth- Bach Club Meeting, Thurs., Nov. 14th,
ods Analyst, 2-3 years exper and some 8:00 p.m. Guild House, 802 Monroe St.,
ertsen. computer bckrnd. Group Ins. Represen- Program: live performance of flute and
Russell Keith Raney, Computer In- tative, some group sales exper. Attorney, piano music of Bach and other com-
Russeln & Control Engineering, Dis- new grad. Asst. Internal Auditor, de- posers (Ginka Gerova flute; John Rem-
formation &Thorof Euadric FIt- gree and 2-3 years. Manager Mktg. Re- mers, piano). Jelly donuts and f u n
sertation. WTheory of Quadratic Filt- search, degree in area of statistical in- afterwards. For further information
ers, on Wednesday, November 13 at terpretation, some exper preferred. Ac- call 769-2922 or 769-0995.
Ch1airmian: W. .Eot. Engineering' tuary, in areas of equity poducts and . * * *
William George Rado, Electrical En- product development. UM Chess Club, meeting, Nov. 13th,
gieiam Dissertation: Eected-LasEn- Master Photo Dealers and Finishers 7:30 p.m. 3A Union, weekly meeting.
Beam-Induced Frequency Shift Lthe! Association, Jackson, Mich.: Associate * * * *
Stimulated Raman Effect from Hydro- editor for Photo Marketing, non-tech- Students for Education Innovation:
Sti as," on Wednesday, November 13 nical trade magazine. BA/MA in engl Urban Education Committee meeting,
gen 3a:, p n Room 20N East En- or journ, exper pref. not necess. Weds., Nov. 13th, 8:00 p.m. Guild
at 3 .m.neering, Chairman: D. 0 Grimes. Local Organization: Curriculum Writ- House, 802 Monroe St. Subject: The
Carl Holmes Hess, Industrial Admin- ers specialists in math/sci., soc. studies, student and the school of Education
istration, Dissertation: "Effectiveness audio visual/art. Preparing oral lang- Commission on Urban Education.
f Vage lessons for bi-dialetical and bi- * * * *
tley"Fire," on Wednesday, November lingual children, no foreign language UM Scottish Country Dance Society:
13 at 4:45 p.m,, in Room 228-H West requirement. experienced not required. dance meeting Weds., 8:00 to 10:30
Engineering, Co-Chairman: S. Bonder This study will definitely last until Au-! p.m. W.A.B. lounge instruction given -
and H. P. Ganliher. gust, and perhaps for three years after beginners welcome.
__________ that.* * *
City of Rockford, Ill.: Engineer, CE, University Lutheran Chapel: 1 5 11
apply before Nov. 15. Washtenaw. Weds., Nov. 13th, Mid-week
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.: Service at 10:00 p.m., student-led. AI
3200 S.A.B. Secretary, for Grad. Sch. of Ed. for great study break!
GENERAL DIVISION Director of admissiois. Research Assist- *
ant, chem and molecular biol lab exper. UM Judo Club will meet in the
ANNOUNCEMENT: Dept. Secretary, for Linguistics. Recep- Wrestling Room of the IM Bldg., on
FSEE, (Federal Service Entrance Ex- tionist-secretary, for Psychiatrist in the Thurs., Nov. 14th, at 7:30 p.m.

CITIZENS FOR, A NATIONAL PRIMARY
ask you to
Help replace the archaic Convention System of
selecting Presidential Candidates with a direct
National Primary.
Petitions will be circulating Nov. 13, 14, 15
PLEASE SIGN ONE!!

Jean-Claude Killy talks shop...
Chevrolet Sports Shop
(Freely translated from the French) "I am'a man who drives
for sport... for fun, you know? This is why I am telling you
about the brave new Chevrolet and its Sports Shop.
"Only in the Chevrolet Sports Shop do you find cars
like the Camaro Z/28. Ah, the Z/28. Camaro with
302 V8, more muscular suspension and Hurst,
shifter. Only Z/28 offers 4-wheel disc brakes
like Corvette, also in the Sports Shop.
"Yu will find, too, the Camaro SS,
Chevelle SS 396, Nova SS and the big
SImpala SS427
"The Sports Shop. Part of the
Sports Department at your
Chevrolet dealer's.
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