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Tuesday, November 19, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, NCvember 191 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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year 1969-70. A
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(Continued from Page 2) .tion and applicati
ferior judicial bodies as Council at the Graduat
may from,.time to time deem appro- Room 1014, Rackh
priate. H'owever, the Judiciary shall for receipt of ap
have appellate jurisdiction over any 15, 169.
case bought against a student, -
group of students, or student or- Broadcasting S
ganization, and heard anywhere in Mc.) 11 a.m. to
the University; shall have original Tuesday 1:00 p.n
jurisdiction over such classes of Journalism Lectu
cases as Council may from time to Nelson, Dir., Sch
time determine;' and shall, in any of Wis., on "Wa
case, have original jurisdiction Press Freedom". T
over any case in which either of Feature Story wit
the following conditions are met: Wednesday 11:0
(1) There is no other judicial body Hour (repeated at
with jurisdiction; (2) The judic- hosts an hour ofr
iary, upon request of the defendant, about t haerts a
determines that it should exercise Dr. John Pollard,
original Jurisdiction. tivity"'
iD.TheJudiciary.shall write and Wednesday 1:00
publish a Manual of Procedure con- on Againg: Dr.
sistent with the provisions of the Dir., Golden Acre
Council Plan and Bill of Rights. The for Jewish Aged
Manual, and subsequent amend- Attitudes and S
meats to it, shall not be deemed 'Wednesday 4:45l
in force until approved by Coun- produced by stude
cil. The Manual shall include pro- of speech. 5:00'
visions for informing a student of World Affairs, wi
his rights, for assuring the impar- ky. Wednesday8
tiality of the panel hearing his case, harmonia Concert
and' for jury trial whenever re- Hill Aud., Theo
quested by a student involving in a
case which could end in his su- Student Accoun
spension or expulsion from the Uni- 'called to the foll
versity. the Regents - on
. E. When a regulation' under which "Students shalll
a student is charged does not es- the University no
'tablish a maximum' penalty, the day of classes ofe
Judiciary, acting as the body of mer session. Stuc
original jurisdiction, many only ,not paid or renew
warn a student or fine him not regulation; howev
more thap $50.00. When a regulation yet due are exec
under which a student organization counts at the cla
is charged does not establish a last day of class
maximum penalty, the Judiciary, the Cashier of th
acting as the body of original juris- "(a) All acade
diction, may only warn the organi- withheld, the gra
ration, curtail its activities for some or summer sessio
specified length of time not to ex- not be released,
cede four months, or fine it not credits will be i
more than $250.00. "(b) All stud
F. The Judiciary shall enforce no counts will not 1
regulation the content or origin of in any subsequen
which is inconsistent with the session until payn
Council Plan or Bill of Rights.
Approved: MOVE: To approve the old WINTER C(
JJC Constitution as the new Judiciary EXI
Manual. Decem
To be held at 2
The Queen's University,' Belfast, Ire- torium. Exercises
land, again offers an exchange scholar- 4.00 p.m. All gra
ship for a University of Michigan grad- term may attend.
ualte.. The scholarship will provide fees, Reception 'forI

ng for the Academic
married student re-
ds in lieu of board
'rant of $400 will be'
duate School to par-
on in any of the
cost of travel. Study
nes offered at the
ty. Further informa-
on forms are available
e Fellowship Office,
am Building. Deadline'
plications is January'
ervice: WUOM (91.7'
11 p.m. daily.
m. U-M Department of
ure - Dr. Harold L.
ool of Journalism, U.
dershed for American
Tuesday 5:15 p.m. U1M
th Jack Hamilton.
0 a.m. The Eleventh:
t 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows
news and conversation
nd literature. Guest:
, on "LSD and Crea-
pm. U-M Conference
Herbert Shore, Exec.
es, The Dallas Home
, Texas, on "Family
ocietal Expectations".
p.m. Campus News,
nts in the department
p.m. The Press and
th Prof. Ben Yablon-
8:00 p.m. U-M Phil-
t, broadcast live from
Alcantara, conductor.
nts: Your attention is
owing rules passed by
February 28, 1936:
pay all accounts due
ot later than the last
each semester or sum-
dent loans which are
wed are subject to this
ver, student loans not
mpt. Any unpaid ac-
se of business on the
es will be reported to
he University and
emic credits will be
ades for the semester
n just completed will
and no transcript of
ssued.
ents owing such ac-
be allowed to register
at semester or summer
ment has been made."
IMMERCEMENT
ERCISES
nber 14, 1968
:00 p.m. in Hill Audi-
swill conclude 'about
duates of the 1968 fall
graduates ,their rela-

tives and friends in Michigan League Do to al'ments today, Tues., Nov. 19, and will
Ballroom at 4:00 p.m. Please enter' .octoral hold open group meeting on Thursday
League at west entrance. A.M., Nov. 21 for any persons interested.
Tickets: Four to each prospective Come to receptionists desk, 3200 S.A.B.,
graduate, to be distributed from Mon- between 9 and 12 a.m.
day, December 2. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday, ~_~--
December 14, at the Diploma Depart- W. Alan Canty, Education, Disserta- Peace Corps Week, Nov. 18-22: In-
ment, 555 L. S. & A. Building, except on tion: An Exploration of Counselor-Po- formation center in Room 3516 S.A.B.,
Saturday, December 7.' when office will tential Personality Attributes as Found no appts. necessary. Hours: 9:00 a.m. -
be closed. Saturday, December 14, office in Four Selected Adult Populations," on 6 p.m.
will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 19 at 9 a.m. in VISTA Week, Nov. 18-22: Information
Assembly for Graduates: at 1:00 m Room 69 Bus. Ad. Bldg., Chairman: S. center in Room 3524 S.A.B., no appts.,
in Natural Science Auditorium. Mar- C. Hulslander. necessary. Hours 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
shals will direct graduates to proper Donald Carl Stouffer, Engineering Placement Interviews: Vie following
stations. Mechanics. Dissertation: "On Linear organizations will interview at Place-
Programs: will be distributed at Hill Viscoelastic Materials with Aging or En- ment Services, the representatives ex-
Auditorium. vironmental-Dependent' Properties," on pect to see at least a vita sheet on in-
Candidates who qualify for a doc- Tuesday, November 19 at 9 a.m. in terviewees, therefore, if you are no
toral degree from the Graduate School Room 333 A West Engineering Chair- (Continued on page 10)
and who attend the graduation exercise man: Alan S. Wineman.
will be presented a hood by the Uni- Bermard PhillipZe, CoDpueratnd
versity at the ceremony. Communication Sciences, Dissertation:
Academic Costume: May be rented at ,On the Feedback Complexity of Auto-
Moe Sport Shop, 711 North University mata," on Tuesday, November 19 at 9s EA4 $41
Avenue. Orders should be placed im- a.m. in Library, Logic of Computers
mediatelyand MUST be placed before Groups, Ouimet Bldg., Chairman: Js
November 29: Holland.

The Forum: Film and Discussion on
Children of the Ghetto. The Quiet One:
Discussion leader, Harold Collins, Con-
sultant to the Joint Council on the
Mental Health of Children: Architec-
ture Auditorium, Wed., Nov. 20, 8:00
p.m. Admission free.
Foreign Visitors
The following individuals can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor Di-
vision of the Visitor and Guest Rela-
tions Office. Room 22-24, Michigan Un-
ion. Telehpone: 764-2148.
Mr. Volker Dingeldey; Secondary'
School Teacher, Woehler School, Frank-'
furt am Main, Germany; Nov. 17-19.i
Mr. Gerhad Plass; Seconday School
Teacher; Ricarda Iigh School, Giessen,
Germany. Nov. 17-19.

Richard Deimel Hazeltine, Physics,
Dissertation: "Some Boundary V a l u e
Problems of Mathematical Physics," on
Tuesday. November 19 at 1:30 p.m. in
Room 618 P-A Bldg, Chairman: K. M.
Case.
William Henry Peters, Business Ad-
ministration. Dissertation: "Variation
in Consumer Buying Behavior: An
Analytical Study of Automobile Pur-
chases," on Tuesday, November 19 at
3:15 p.m. in 8th "floor conference rm.,
Business Ad. Bldg., Chairman: J. W.
Newman.
Placement
3200 S.A.B.
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CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO: film and discussion
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