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cil design for a Central Student Judi-i
Bureau of Industrial Relations. Sem-t
inar: Introduction to Labor Relations,
Seminar No. 5034 D: Michigan Union,
December 9, 1968. 8:45 a.m.s
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-I
inar: Introduction to Labor Relations,'
Seminar No. 5034 B: Michigan Union,1
December 10, 1968, 8:45 a.m.E
Botany Seminar: Dr. Reinhold A.
Rasmussen, Dow Corning Corporation,
Midland, Michigan, "Chemical Ecology
of Plant Organic Volatiles", Wed., Dec.
11, at 4:00 p.m., at the Botanical Gar-'
Recommendation for Departmental
Honors: Teaching departments wishing
to recommend tentative December
graduatesfrom the College of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts for Honors
or High Honors should recommend
such students by forwarding a letter
to theDirector, Honors Council, 1210l
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m., Friday, De-
cember 20, 1968. Teaching departments
in the School of Education should for-1
ward letters directly to the Office of
the Registrar, Room 1513 Administra-
tion Building, by 8:30 a.m., Friday, De-1
cember 20, 1968.
Attention December Graduates: Col-
lege of Literature. Science, and the
Arts; School of Music; School of Pub-
lic Health; and School of Vusiness
Administration: Students are advised
not to request grades of "I" or ~X"
D}' J 1.:rV J....: R'::". ........ .
.Students for a Democratic Society
(S.D.S.) General membership meeting
(open to anyone) every Tuesday, 8:00.
p.m. to 12:00 p.m., S.D.S. office, 2534
S.A.R., 2nd floor, 663-6610. Internal Ed-
ucation meetings, every Monday, 8:00
p.m. to 12:00 p.m., 1st floor, lounge,
UM Young Democrats: Exam Break
Blast - Dec. 7th. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., 726
S. State St., Apt. 10th, refreshments.
UM SDS will sponsor a national coun-
cil. meeting and education conference
from Dec. 27th to: Jan.. 1st. If. you have
housing space for-1000-1500 people comn-
ing,please call SD Sat 663-6610 or Skip
e * *'
University Lutheran Chapel: 1511
Washtenaw, Sunday Services on Dec.
8th af 9:30 and 11 a.m. Guest Speaker,
Rev. Donald Mossman, assistant pro-
fessor at Concordia Luth. Jr. College
In Ann Arbor. Communion at 9:30
* * * *
Gamma Delta - Luth. College Stu-
dent Organization. Supper at 1511
Washtenaw on Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. No pro-
grain planned because of study days.
But come anyway for a delicious sup-
in December. When such grades are ab-
solutely imperative, the work must be
made up in time to allow your In-
structor to report the make-up grade
not later than 8:30 a.m., Friday, De-
cember 20, 1968. Grades received after
that time may defer the student's grad-
uation until a later date.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: Labor Relations for First Line
Women Supervisors, Seminar No. 5035:
Engineering Society of Detroit, Decem-
ber 13, 1968, 8:30 a.m.
Astronomical Colloquium. Thomas
Graedel, Astronomy Department, "Ob-
servations and Interpretation of Low
Frequency Solar Radio Bursts of Type
III," Room 296 Physics-Astronomy Bldg.
Friday, December 13, 4:00 p.m.
Exam in ation s
Charles Whitman Peck, Communica-
tion Sciences. Dissertation: "An Acous-
tic Investigation of the Intonation of
American English," on Monday, De-
cember 9 at 12 Noon at 4016 L.S.&A.,
Chairman J. C. Catford..
Robert James Bassett, Chemical En-
gineering, Dissertation: "Fractionation
of Oxygen-Nitrogen Gas Mixtures by
Non-Equilibrium Faciliatated Diffusion
in Liquid Membranes." on Monday, De-
cember 9 at 2 p.m. in Room 3201 East
Engineering, Chairman: J. S. Schultz.
Murray Richard Player, Chemical En-
gineering, Dissertation: "Hetergeneous
Nucleation of Calcium Sulfate Hemi-
hydrate on Heated Surfaces," on Tues-
day, December 10 at 10 a.m. in Room
4219 East Engineering, Chairman: W.
Jong Hae Yoo, Political Science, Dis-
sertation: "National Planning for De-
velopment: The Case of Forea." on
Tuesday, December 10 at 1 p.m. in
Room 108 Lane Hall, Chairman: R. E.
Francis Henry Verhoff, Chemical En-
gineering, Dissertation: "A study of the
Bivariate Analysis of Dispersed Phase
Mixing," on Friday, December 13 at
1 p.m. in Room 3201 East Engineering,
Chairman: R. L. Curl.
Ellen Wynne Rapport, Zoology, Dis-
sertation: "Genetic Basis of a Specific
Phenocopy Response," on Friday, De-
cember 13 at 2 p.m. in Room 2113 Na-
tural Science,, Chairman: T. M. Rizki.
Ramon Luis Avila, Education, Disser-
tation: "A Study of the College Alge-
bra and Trigonometry Placement Pro-
cedures and Program for Mathematics
Majors and iMnors at Ball State Uni-
versity," on Friday, December 13 at
3:30 p.m. in Room 3019 U.H.S. Chair-
man: A. F. Coxford, Jr.
December graduates: Please come in
and get acquainted with our Alumni
Services; if you are still hunting fo:
jobs or grad schools, complete or bring
up to date your registration mater-
ials. Call in your future address a n d
other pertinent information, 764-7460.
LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE A JOB.
Springmor Summer Graduates: Now
is the time to register; please get those
forms back to us; we then keep you
posted on recruiters visiting U of M\
next semester, Call in address changes. Federal Jobs This Summer: applica-; gain recognition of such a bargaining denials of tenure to Professor Julien
764-7460. tions at S.P.S., pick up application now ; agent (Tenant's Union). Gendell and Professor Thomas Mayer
HELP US HELP YOU. for next test given in Feb. These are agent (Tenant's Union); RESOLVE: have raised serious questions as to the
due by Jan. 3, mail any time over That SGC urge all students and com- criteria used in determining qualifica-
Community Career Opportunity Con- Christmas holidays. munity to withhold rent, not sign tions for tenure: and WHEREAS: Both
ferences, or Operations Native Sons, Department Of The Interior: An- leases and in other ways support and professors wer actively communicating
held during Christmas Holidays (most chorage, Alaska: Fire Control, S in ok e participate in this effort. RESOLVE: with students in and out of the class-
Dec. 6-28, some 30-31). Both residents Jumper, and surveying aid applic. ac- That SGC instruct SHA to devote its room and WHEREAS: Both professors
and other students welcome to meet cepted from now through Jan. 1. effort to the success of the rent strike, were very popular with their students
with employers of the area, browse, or General Electric Co., Chicago Heights, Approved: The SGC allocate the fol- and were regarded as excellent teachers;
hold interviews. Poster listing over 200 Ill.: Assembly line work for men from lowing to Neill Hollenshead: $200.00 To WHEREAS: The ability to teach and
such meetings and individual posters Dec. 6 to Jan. 9. Good pay, must live defray expenses of the present appeal communicate with students should be
from areas are on file in the Career in south-suburb, Chicago. in the Michigan Court of Appeals (Ac- given equal weight with research and
Planning Library ara of Placement tual costs plus attorneys fee supple- scholarship in the determination of
Services. A few request postcards for WHILE HOME FOR ment); $100 Budgeted to allow addi- tenure, be it RESOLVED: That SGC
advance registration. We will list areas CHRISTMAS VACATION: tional back up suits to be filed in expresses its serious concern over the
as we receive individual notices, watch California students visit I. Magnin & Washtenaw County Circuit Court ($20 evaluation of these professors; and be
this column, and come in to check the Co., San Francisco for College Boards filing fee per case). $200 Budget for ap- it further RESOLVED: That SGC man-
nationwide listings on the poster, this summer on Dec. 20, 21, and 23, peal to the Michigan Supreme Court, date Bob Neff and Panther White to
S-oph., Jr., or Sr. for a total of $500. ascertain all available information con-
in6PO ;vibeo- Co Cincinnati Area Students interview Approved: That Council assign two cerning these denials; and be it fur-
Metropolitan Milwaukee Association, for College Boards with Shilito's, Dec. council members to each of the six ther RESOLVED: That SGC is convinc-
Milwaukee, iWsc.. December 26, Mil- 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28. Freshmen, major dormitories ('Biursley, Markley, ed that these events make clear that
waukee Auditorium preregistration Soph., and Jrs. Alice Lloyd, South, West, East Quads) student participation in tenure de-
cards available. for the purpose of becoming sensitive cisions is essential and that it will
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, December Summary of Action Taken by Student to student needs, helping students or- take appropriate steps, to bring about
30, 200 Skirvin Tower, Oklahoma C i t y. Government Council at Its Meeting ganize around issues of concern to this participation, and be it further
Preregistration cards avail. December 5, 1968 them, and building a political base. RESOLVED: That SGC appoint Pan-
Federal Career Opportunities Confer- Approved: That SGC recognize Ann Approved: That SC establish a Stu- e a o NeasCO
" pppprved Tha SG esablih atu-men of a committee whose function
ence: Interagency 'Bbard of U.S. Civil Arbor Living Theatre as a student or- dent Lobby to be administered by a will be to express sentiments on these
Service Examiners for Wash., D.C., Dec. ganization. set of resource people to direct activi- issues.
27 and 30, Departmental Auditorium. Approved: Than SOC recognize Uni- ties in the fields of: 1. Finances; 2. De- * * *
"PQ _ vnalm~ncanPtha ail versity of Minhicyan V ll C ba i ner inc z nm nirat~~ 4
New Left Propaganda
SUN., DEC. 8, 2 P.M. & 7:30 P.M.
FSEE given, all majors, more tian s
agencies ,talk with recent grads work-
ing with federal govn't.
Easton Area, Easton, Pennsylvania,
December 30, Lafayette College.
Battle Creek Area, Battle C r e ek,
Mich. December 27, Post Tavern Motor
Inn. Cards for information and pre-
Bergen County, N.J.: N.Y. Metropoli-
tan area, Saddle Brook, N.J. - De-
cember 26, 27, Marriott Motor Hotel,
Saddle Brook, N.J. Write for details
from sponsoring companies.
Esso Research and Engineering Com-
pany: Linden, N.J. - PhD Microbiolo-
gist, 2 positions, research activities in
hydrocarbon utilizing organisims.
Aid Association for Lutherans, Apple-
ton, Wisc.: Bckrnds in Finance. Busi-
ness, Admin., Acctg., and Econ for
positions as Staff Assistant. Positions
in Actuarial work, and Manual writing
Children's Museum of Hartford, Hart-
ford, Conn.: Staff Naturalist, degree in
life sci., forestry, ecology, wild life
mgmt., geol and oceanography bck-
rnds useful also.
Boys' Clubs of America, nationwide:
Positions for new grads and experienc-
ed administrators areas of education
may encl. physical, social, : aquatics
or arts and crafts preparations.
State of Michigan: Civil Rights Re-
presentative for community services,
various counties throughout the state,
ZA in social sci., or MA, and 1 year
specific exper., or 4 years in any capa-
city with community organization, hu-
man relations. Civil Rights Supervisor
for Compliance, degree, BA/MA inI
soc. sci. and specific exper of 1 year
of 4 years general exper in mediation
and negotiation of civil rights cases.
State Farm Manager, degree in public
administration or agric., 3 years exper.
Training Officer, several levels BA and
1 year in training programs, teaching,
or prepaation of materials.
Dalton, Dalton Associates, Inc.: Cleve-
land, Ohio - interested in graduate
architects for design-oriented firm.
Especially persons with formal train-
ing in computer aided building design
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
vriy o acnigan voey au u
as a student organization.
Approved: That SGC recognize Nu
Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta as a
Defeated: A motion which would es-
tablish a Participant Assembly.
Approved: WHEREAS: The Ann Ar-
bor housing market is characterized by
extremely high rents, 12 month leases,
poor maintenance, dubious withhold-
ing of down payments and other abuse
of tenant rights; WHEREAS: The.Ann
Arbor Property Managers Association
composed of the largest apartment
managers in the campus area have not
recognized a bargaining agent to re-
solve problems and has not recogniz-
ed Student Housing Association as a
negotiating body for students, inde-
pendent of the University administra-
tion; WHEREAS: Such a bargaining1
agent would negotiate on reduction of
rents; length of lease to be determined
by the lessee; elimination of damage
deposits; free parking space; impro-
per maintenance and other; RESOLVE:
The SGC endorse and take an active
part in the Ann Arbor rent strike to
monstrattons; 3. Communications; ..
National links; 5. General Coordinator;
and to be selected by a general peti-
tioning procedure to SGC, for the basic
purose of providing the student body
with a viable mechanism to act effec-
tively on issues relevant to it. That Bob
Nelson, Bob Neff and Mark Rosenbaum
be appointed to lay the groundwork for
a successful operation.
Approved: That SGC delegate what-
ever powers are necessary to the Exe-
cutive Board to establish an SGC
Store during the next month; That the
SHA Offices be used for the store and
that SHA be moved to the Council
member's room. That the store begin
selling records and school supplies as
soon as possible. That SGC authorize
those Council members present in Ann
Arbor between December 12 and Jan-
uary 9 to act for the Council provided
there be at least two 'days notice to
Council members of a meeting.
Approved: That Mike Materna's of-
ficial title as Vice Chairman of Stu-
dent Housing Association be changed to
Co-Chairman of that organization.
Approved: WHEREAS: The recent
SGOC will debate and vote on the fol-
lowing at its first meeting in January
in room 3540 S.A.B. Interested persons
are invited to participate in the debate
personally, by petition, or by some
Amendents to the council Plan.
: F. Newsreel-BLACK PANTHER
and short films
Students for a Democratic Society
Tues., Dec. 10 and Thurs., Jan. 9;
2nd Floor of S.A.B., 663-6610
No-on ly Money
when,you sell your books at
STUDENT BOOK SERVICE
1215 S. University
PREPARE FOR FINALS!
Student Book Service
1215 S. University
FOR ALL COURSES
336 S. State
Do the streets belong to
THE BATTLE OF CHlCAGO"
TAPPAN JR. HIGH-Stadium and Brockrnan
7 and 8:30-Sat., Dec. 7
Contribution-$1 student; $1.50 non-student
AN OPN LETTER
We wish to thank and congratulate all those who helped
make our petition drive a success.
We obtained signaftires.
Due to mpending fnais, further mass activity will be
postponed until next semester. You wil be contacted.
Citizens for a National Primary
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