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Wednesday, January 29, 1969

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(Continued from page 1)
versity's position on disclosing in-
formation to the committee.
Fitzpatrick told the pair the
Office of Student Affairs would
stand by the guidelines of the
Lawler Report, prepared last fall
Publication of
college paper
alowe again,
The student newspaper at
Grand Valley State College re-
sumed publication yesterday fol-
lowing an obscenity controversy
which lead to cessation of publi-
cation Dec. 3.
Charges against the college were
dismissed in Circuit Court yester-
day, but the editor of the news-
paper-tlhe Lanthron-still awaits
trial on charges of distributing
obscene literature.
The college, had been charged
with operating a nuisance. James
W. Bussard, Ottawa County pro-'
secutor said he filed the motion to
dismiss charges against the col-
lege following an expression from
the school of willingness to elimi-
nate the situation.
"County officials are satisfied
that the college intends to carry
out this commitment and there-
fore the necessity of a lawsuit no
longer exists," he said.
The obscenity charge was ini-
tiated following a complaint by a
private citizen in response to an
English paper printed in the Lan-
thorn.
College officials were not avail-
+r able for comment last night.,
No trial date has been set for
Lanthron Editor James Wasser-
man. He continues as editor de-
spite the charges against him.

for the Student Relations Com-
mittee, (SRC).-
The report stops the University'
from releasing personal informa-j
tion about a student to anyone,
without the express written con-
sent of the student.
Among subjects banned for re-
lease by the "personal informa-
tion" section are the home ad-
dress, photo, and "campus leader-
ship" status of the individual. In-
formation regarding the student's
application to the University, and
his admission, are also banned.
This ban, if strictly applied,
could prevent investigators from
concentrating on out-of-state stu-y
dents, as many have feared they
would.
Policy concerning disclosure of
a student's academic record was
still unclear yesterday. This policy
is set by the individual colleges
within the University.
Fleming said he met yesterday
morning with Barbara Newell,
Acting Vice President for Student
Affairs, to discuss creation of a
uniform University policy on this
'matter.}
"Mrs. Newell and Vice-Presi-
dent (Allah) Smith are going to
study the problem and recom-
mend a policy to us," Fleming
said. Smith is the Vice President
for Academic Affairs.
ORGAN IZAT ION
NOTICES
Foresters Club: Paul Bunyan Ball,
Feb. 1st. 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. - Un-
ion ballroom - dancing, entertain-
ment, refreshments - students and fa-
culty welcome.
* * * *
U-M chess Club, January 29, 7:30
p.m. 3A Union, weekly mehting.
U-M Scottish Country Dance So-
ciety. Dance meeting Wed., 8:00 - 10:30
p.m. WABLounge. Instruction given.
Beginners welcome.

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regardless of race, creed, sex, or re-
ligion we encourage you to stop in at
Placement Services, room 3200 SAB
and explore current openings.
Utah State Personnel: Deputy Man-
ager, Safety Council, degree in IE, Soc.,
Poli. se., and 1 year. Outdoor Recrea-
tion Planner. Bach. level degree in
reor. ping., regional plng., landscape
arch., wildlife resources,rpublic admin.,
nat. res. admin., nat. res. geog., cul-
tural geog., econ. geog and 3 years
work.
Veterans Administration, positions
nationwide: Acctg., Bio., Microbiol.
Chem. Corrective therapy. Dietitians.
Engineers. Librarians. Med. Tech. Nurs-
Therap. Psychiatric positions. Psycholo-
es in al lareas .Occ. Therp. Phys.
Igist, Social workers,
First National Stores, Inc.: Somer-
ville, Mass.: Specialist in organization
devl. consulting services for internal
consultant. Freedom in designing labs
and workshops and new concepts in
behavioral sci. Adv. degree in behav-
ioral sci.
FMC Corporation, Lansing, Mich.: re-
cent grads in IE for work at project
level.
Lapeer County Probate Court, Mich.:
Juvenile Court Probation Worker for
working with young men, bckrnd in
social studies or allied fids.
Grain Drying Equipment Co., Inc.,
Attica, Indiana: Manager of Material
Control, MSE in ME and 5-15 years
related exper, in small company. Man-
ager of personnel, BA and 5-15 years,
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lowel Level
Federal Jobs in Summer - applica-
tions due Jan. 30 - test during spring
recess - apply for where you will be.
INTERVIEWS at S.P.S.
January 29 - Williams Services, De-

troit, Mich.: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Cover craft, tripping, music, drama, u n i t
positions in these areas: clerical, typ- supv., asst, unit supv., caseworker,
ing, stenographers, file clerks, calcula- truck - bus driver, nurse, camp phy-
tor operators, receptionists, switchboard sician.
operators. January 30: Camp Nahelu, Mich.
January 30 - Tamarack, Fresh A i r Coed, 1 - 5 p.m. cabin couns., water-
Society: 1 - 5 p.m. Cen. Couns., water- front dir., arts & crafts, gymnastics
front, arts & crafts, nature - camp- instr., dramatics instr.
Mlention
The Michigan
Daily display
adv. staff
is looking for unquali-
fied, inexperienced per-
sonnel.
If you fill the qualifications
call 764-0554 for appointment
Wake up to
This Winter

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Announces
~ Opena Petitioning
SENIOR OFFIEERS
Petitions can be obtained
at UAC offices, 2nd floor,
Michigan Union
Petitions are due Feb. 6, 1969

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