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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, January 25, 1969

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Union board support
of Dionysus unclear

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waist and no more, then those are'
the limitations."
Franklin Kuenzel, manager of
the Union and member of the
board, said, "the agreement was
made with the understanding the
cast would be clothed."
Kuenzel refused to elaborate
and would not indicate whether
he will call an emergency meeting
of the board if the cast refuses to
clothe during the performance.
Meanwhile, sources in the De-
troit police department indicated
the police may attend the per-
formance of 'Dionysus' to be pre-
sented tonight in Detroit. There
Tr1ustees
elinging toy
autonomy
PRINCETON, N.J. (CPS)-Most
of the nation's college and uni-
versity trustees do not think the
faculty and students should have
major authority in decisions af-
fecting the significant educational
and administrative issues on cam-
pus.
Most members of college gov-
erning boards believe such deci-I
sions should continue to be made
primarily by themselves and byI
the college administration.
Although trustees' responses
differed with the location or type
of their institution, certain gen-
eral characteristics emerge from
the report.
In general, the college trustee
is white, protestant, in his 50's.
He is well educated and financial-
ly secure; more than half report
annual incomes exceeding $30.000.
He occupies a prestige position,'
usually in business, and "personi-
fies 'success' in the American
sense of the word."1
He is often cautious about aca-
demic freedom., and has sope
reservation about its uses. He be-
lieVes that college attendance is
a privilege that should be extended
to all, but not a right. As a rule,
he describes himself as a "politi-
cally moderate" Republican.
H a lf the business - executive
trustees in the survey agree that.
"running a college is like running
a business," and that "high-level
business management experience
is important in choosing a new
president." However, the more
prominent executive position the
trustee has, the less likely he is
to hold these views.

was no indication whether the
prosecutor's office was contem-.
plating any arrests.
The statement endorsed by the
board and earlier by the League

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no edi-
torial responsibility. Notices should
be sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3528, L.S.A. Bldg., before
2 p. m. of the day preceding

Through Film", with Roger Larson, di-
rector, University Settlement H o u s e
Film Club. Sunday 2:00 p.m. Cleve-
land Orchestra Concert, Louise Lane,
conductor. Berlioz: "The Damnation of
Faust", Dramatic Cantata, Op. 24.,
John McCollum, tenor.

Pace College 1969 Summer Session in
Rome and Athens open to students
from other colleges who have 30 hours
or more. June 10 - Aug. 1, 3 weeks
classes in each city, and intercession.
Apply before March 31.
Adelphi University, Long Isl. N.Y.
offers MS and PhD programs in all

St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Lakeview
P.& - Elem.: K-6, Voc. Music, Lib.,3
P.E. Couns. Sec.: Engl., Sci., Math.,1
Ind. Ed., Voc. Music, Sp. Corr., Diag.,
Voc. Ed., P.E. (Swimming) Spec. Educ.:
Sec. deaf & Hard of Hearing, Type A,
M. R.. E.D.. 2 Soc. Workers.

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publication and by a p. m areas of Chemistry. Course work and1 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4:
Boa sribte rama as a Friday for Saturday and Sunday.I )DCotoralaboratory thesis programs available. Long Beach, Calif.: Elem. K-6, Math,
"serious artistic effort" which is General Notices may be published a Traineeships, teaching assistantships. ibus. Ed., H.E., Engl., Phys. Sd., Dist.
"certainly appropriate for con- maximum of two times on request; Exa munalions research assistantships and teaching Educ., Spec. Educ., Ind. Arts.
sideration by a University com- ay Cendar ies appear ne fellows programs available for financial Skokie, Ill: All fields and Special
only, Student organization notices aid.duain
munity." are not accepted for publication. Doctoral Examination for: M a r t in o e I o U rEducation.
Harry Winer and Judy Tell, For more information call 764-9270. Deitsch, Philosophy. Dissertation: "The wardsvle, Ill., offers MS Program for Mat, Fech VLib., CRns.
chairmen of the Creative Arts Logic of Criteria with Special Applica- teachers of the educationally and cul- Read., Id. Arts Spec. Ed., IntroMural,
Festival, asserted their intention SATURDAY, JANUARY tion to Mental Predicates" on SaR- turally handicapped. 1 year for edu- Interscholastic Coaching.
yesterday of presenting the play day, January 2at2p. Ca irmn Rom cation graduates, 1 plus summer for Toledo, Ohio: Ottawa Hills, all fields.
as planned." aAGinet. H liberal arts grads, teaching practicu, aly City, Cal.: K-12, Spec. Ed.,
"as planned.net.'fellowships, paid internships, and low Muisic.
Winer said he would support ---~tuitionrates. Apply before March 28. _
Shekner's "right to determine how Indoor Track: Michigan Relays: Yost Place n Syracuse University College of Busi- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5,
td" Field House, 11:00 a.m. ness Administration, offers PhD Pro- Seattle, Washington: K-6, Art, Engl.,
the play should be presented, College of Engineering Lecture: Capt. PLACEMENT gram in bus. Ad. Studies in three Fr., German, Span., Mus. (Voc. &
The play was originally pro- Robert F. Freitag, Director, NASA 3200 S.A.B. areas, econ. theory, chosen field in bus. Instr.), Sp. & Hearing Ther., GP.E.,
duced without any scenes of nu- Manner Space Flight Center Develop- ad., and another chosen field which Bus. Ed. & Dist. Ed., H.E., Ind. Arts,
dit Shortly after it oened in ment, "Apollo 8 & Beyond" (with slides Several Currently received announce- may be foremd other departments, no Spec. Ed., Psychologists.
and films direct from the Apollo ments are available in the career plan- foreign lang. req. Financial aid such Winchester, Mass.: All fields: K-6
New York last spring, film director Flight): Hill Auditorium, 4:00 and 8:00 ning division of Placement Services, as fellowships, part-time instructor- Secondary, & Special Education.
Roman Polanski suggested two p.m. dealing with opportunities for work- ships, research or teaching assistant- Albuquerque, New Mexico: Bureau of
scenes-the birth scene and the Cinema Guild: Francoise Dorleac in study, financial aid, M.A.T., M.B.A., ships, and resident advisorships in Indian Affaips - Elem., Guid. & Couns.
Truffaut's The Soft Skin: Architecture PhD., and other programs of study. dormitories. Evanston, Ill.: All fields.
! eah cee-e eroredinth'sDartmouth College offers s u in in e r____
d Audtorium 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. Sinai Hospital of Detroit offers re- programs of study in recreation studys THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6
nude. Swimming: U-M vs. Southern Ills- search fellowship requiring 3-4 months of the Connecticut River Valley and Clio Mi E
Since that time, with the excep- nois: Matt Mann Pool, 7:30 p.m. of full time work, option to continue Congregation of the Arts (Drama, 'Type A, Sp. Cor. m E pngEdi
tion of one performance at the Hockey: U-M vs. Michigan State: during further studies, or after. Ideal Music, Painting, and Sculpture). Un- Winchester, Mass.: Elem. K-6E Se-
University of Minnesota, the two oliseuy ts, 8:00 p tmyfor student waiting to enter med/dent der grad,egtduteand qualified high- condary, & Spec. Educ.
IContemporary Directions: S y d n e y etc.scolnxfa.Bkrdnt spec- school students for either program.
scenes have been presented in the Hodkinson, Conductor, music by ific (biochem., microbiol., bot., zoo., Tobe-Coburn School for F ash i o n FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7
nude. Browne, Feldman, Erb, and P e t e r organ. chem.) intent to continue grad Careers, N.Y.C. offers senior w 0 m C n Mt. Cleme Mich
Police and members of the Westergaard's Mr. and Mrs. Discob- school in med. area is important. fellowship covering tuition for 69-70. All fieldst
bolis, a Chamber Opera: Rackham Chicago Chapter American Marketing Register in Jan. and prepare fashion Turlock Cal.: Ele K-5 E.M
Lecture Hall, 8:00 p.m. Association is holding INTRO (Indus- topics for awards. Hgh.: Math., Fr., H.E., G.P.E., Voc.
as several state senators, will at- try's New Talent Recruting Organiza- Mus., Instr. Mus., Gen. Sd., High Sch,.
tend Sunday's performance. o tion) for students recently graduated TEACHER PLACEMENT G. P. E., H.E., Ind. Arts, Lib., Math,
The decision whether to halt e OtC S in all curricula at grad or under grad Overseas Teaching: The following Mus, (Instr. & Voc.) Gen. Sci., Chem.,
levels. More than 150 companies will schools located outside the US have Sp., Drama, EMR.
the production or arrest any of the Engineering Mechanics Seminar. Dr. be representing .the most progressive listed teaching vacancies for Sept., Rowland Heights, Cal.: Math, Math/
cast will be made by representa- Donald D. Stouffer, Lecturer of Eng American corporations. Conference free 1969. S., Lang. Arts, Art, Voc. Mus., Soc.
tieso te rseuors fic. Mechanics, University of Michigan, to all students attending, registration xc. dMrsGPEHmeE. pc
tives of the prosecutor's . "Environmental-Dependent Non-Homo- fee is returned. Registration materials The Hague, Netherlands: Elementary, In Ed.: E.M.RT TM.R., Emot. Hand
geeous Gooey Materials Exhibiting and partial list of participating com- all levels. Secondary Math, History,
Creep and Hereditary Propertise", on panies avail: at the Career Planning English, Gen. Science, Chemistry, Lib-
Division of Placement Services. Ap- rary, Physics, Biology, Spanish, Ger-
cal rec4it0rs Monday, Jan. 27, Room 311 W. En- plication deadline is eFb. 24, '69. Con- man, French, Boys P E, Girls P E, Vo-
gWEng 3:00 p.m. Coffee, Room 214 ference is March 27, 28, 1969, at Shera- cal Music. Reading Specialist, Elem.
UmW ton-Chicago Hotel. Guidance. Elem./Sec. Instrumental
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio Grinnell College, Iowa offers posi Music. One year of study beyond a
(Continued from Page 1) ' (91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m.. to 11 pin, daily. tions for men and women as resident !bachelors and one year of teaching'
(Saturday 12 Noon to 11 p.m.; Sunday advisers and academic or admiistra- exper. required.
In this town, landlords are 12 Noon to 6 p.m tive interns. Bachelors completed, pre-A Tehran, Iran: Elementary, K thru
very cooperative," she says. Saturday 1:00 p.m. Center for South fer masters, single or married students. 6. Secondary French, French / German,
Councilman Quenon, who de- and Southeast Asian Studies Lecture - Salaried positions in all areas of life Math, Earth Science, Biology / Physics,
Anil Seal, Lecturer in History, Univer- of the colleger community. Comm. Studies. Guidance Couns..
voted a major part of his eleC- s midge adeow, Ti Center for Cooperative Action in Ur- Chaplain, Librarian.
tion campaign to attacking un- College, on "Imperialism and Colonial !ban Education - University of Roches- Tunis, Tunisia: Science in grades 4
fair landlord practices, says the Nationalism, Comparative Perspective". fter sponsors Project UNIQUE, a pro- 1 to 8.r
realtors simply want to change Saturday 2:15 p.m. Basketball - The gram of study leading to the Masters.; For additional information contact
te r b smp ani fom "ne U-M vs. Michigan State, with Tom One year program of coursework, field Mrs. Flynn, Placement Services, 3200
the booklets emphasis fro One rig t me o exper. ,and research project. Requires SAB, 764-7462.
of power given tenants, to re- East Lansing. Saturday 5:15 p.m. Jazz three yeas teaching ininner city ele- '
sponsibilities required of the ten- Revisited - Hazen Schumacher pre- a d tii ad fr1 o p l e EI T R I W N R S E T V
sponsiilitisaldlelth:-Hazen Shu machle r,. pi-e-r mentary o rscondary schools. Stipend a THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS WILL
se aall:St. LoiaBusnLm- d tuitio paid for 10 me. Apply be- BE INTERVIEWING PROSPECTIVE
ants. ho urefore March 1. TEACHERS IN OUR OFFICE:
"The realtors want to add a pre- Cont Blues, etc. Saturday 8:_p.m. Traveling Scholar Programs for grad-
p otemporary Directions Concer uate students, sponsored by the Coin- MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3
amble to the effect that land- broadcast live from Rackham Lecture ttee on nsonal ooratin. i o: Elem.: Classroom,
lords as well as tenants are in- Sund. . . Grad students from 11 universities may Math./Phys., Spec. Ed., Engl./Latin, D
terested in ell ash sng andkDirectionsin petition for short-term study or re- Sec.: Vocal Music, Science, Ind. Arts.:
tirLS"ture: eenagers S P e search on the campus of another par- Mt. Clemens, Mich.: McComb Coun-
tions.''--- -.,,. :: ticipating institution. ty - Spec. Educ.

To arrange appointments, contact
Mrs. Staeiin at 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
4 kENGINEERING
PLACEMENT SERVICE
128 II, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
-wise specified.
FEBRUARY 3, 1969:
Arthur Andersen & Co.
Bell System
A.T.&T. Long Lines
Bell Labs.
Mich. Bell
Western Electric
Sandia Corp.
Carpenter Technology Corp.
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul &
Pacific R.R. Co.
Combustion Engineering, Inc.
Ethyl Corp.
Ford Motor Co.
Johnson & Johnson
The Louis Allis Co.
Ohio Dept. of Highways
Sanders Associates, Inc.
Underwriters' Labs., Inc.
U.S. Gov't.
Veterans Administration Hospital

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HAPPENING I
SATURDAY, JAN. 25th
11 :00 P.M.

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JAN. 26

So the committee --- minus the
law student, who quit "in disgust"'
-is meeting the Board of Real-
tors this week to write a new
booklet which the realtors can
approve. In fact, the Board h a s
even offered to take over the en-
tire project, publish the booklet
itself and distribute it.
And City Hall may well agree.
"We're (the city) glad to give
the project to the realtors," says1
Public Information Officer Mrs.
Mack. "It's a financial burden."

ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Student Religious Liberals (A din-
ner and discussion group) spaghetti
dinner, Stin., Jan. 26. 6 p.m. at theI
First Unitarian Church, 1917 Washte
naw. Plans for future meetings will be
discussed. Everyone welcome. F o r
further information call 769-1605. Rides
will be at Markley at 5:50 p.m.
* * * *
Free Thought given out at each
meeting of the Christian Science Or-C
ganization - every Thursday evening at
7:30 - in room 3545 of the SAB.

Jita4k Ci'f fee 44uje
605 E. WILLIAM
769-1593
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Jan. 24 and 25
BRASS SEPTET
Music from the Renaissance thru the 20th Century
9:30, 10:30, 11 15 P.M $1
NAKED DAWN
Directed by Edger G. Ulner with Arthur Kennedy
1 A.M. 75c

5:30-Deli House
6:15 -"Me and the Colonel" starring DANNY KAYE
ADMISSION 75c (all proceeds to U.J.A.)
In the MAIN CHAPEL
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(AND HIS
MUSICAL FRIENDS)
invite you to a
REALITY PARTY
at the Ark.
Bring Ears, Mind and
$1.00

JANUARY 26-8:00 P.M.
Collee Owue
Folk Entertainment
9 P.M.-JOHN SUNDELL
Food-Music-Atmosphere
2-4 *Israeli Folk Dancing*
Deli Plus at 5:30
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