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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 31, 1969

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"A IR FORCE"
directed by Howard Hawks
with JOHN GARFIELD and GIG YOUNGI
Jan. 30,31,and Feb. 1
8 and 10:15 p.m.
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"Original Charging
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Sunday, 3:30 P.M.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31

meelings to public
Continued from page 1) hadn't spoken out earlier on the

Day Calendar

- Q Neills motion passed in a issues.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- voice vote. O'Neill answered they "had
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 79": North Campus Con- The discussion on the language been waiting for today to talk."
mons. 8:00 a.rn. a n d distribution 'requirements The department felt it would
Cinema Guild: Stars of the Boishoi touched a wide range of issues, in- have been out of place to have
Theatre in Mussourgsky's opera Borisi
Gudinov: Architecture Au dit orum"70 cluding the implications of the raised the question any sooner, he
and 9:05 p.m. requirements and their philo- claimed.

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Michigan Audubon Society Annual
Meeting: Registration: Rackham Am-
phitheater, 7:00 p.m.
Creative Arts Festival: Morley Mark-
son: Creator of Expo 67's "Icaleiscope"
- presenting a new multi-scheen sight
and sound spectacle: League Ballroom,
7:00 p.m.
Swimming: U-M vs. Wisconsin: Matt
Mann Pool, 7:30 p.m.
University Players (Department of
Speech) - Mack Owen's Bang! Bang!
You're Dead! (Prenilere Production):
Trueblood Theater, 8:00 p.m.
University Symphony Orchestra, Jos-
ef Blatt, conductor: Hill Auditorium,
8:00 p.m.
(Continued on Page 10)

sophical basis.
Prof. Robert Hefner of the psy-
chology department opened the
discussion by offering a motion to
replace the language requirement
with a program designed to "de-
velop in students a cosmopolitan
world view."
He suggested the curriculum
committee create a committee to
establish such a course.
Prof. Irving Copi of the philo-
sophy department questioned why
language department members

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After O'Neill spoke, Prof.. Ar-
thur" Mendel of the history de-
partment suggested that students
be heard. Hays called on Radical
Caucus chairman Martin Mc-
Laughlin' to speak.
"Abolition of the requirement is
a positive step," McLaughlin said.
It recognizes de facto the stu-
dent role in decision-making."
"It would be more productive
if students were admitted to the
decision-making process," he add-
ed.
One professor then challenged
the order of considering the prob-
lems. He suggested the general
philosophy of requirements should
be dealt with first. He said the
problem of the language require-
ment could be dealt with more
logically then.

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tunity to Evaluate Michigan Gas and Electrical Company.
This is your invitation to interview us on Wednesday, February
5th, 1969, Engineering Placement Office.
MICHIGAN GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY,
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AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM

i Creative Arts Festival
presents on
Fri., Jan. 31 and Sat., Feb. 1
LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYERS
performing
"The Creation of Eve"
and
"The Life and Death of Tom Thum b"

-Associated Press

Curriculum Committee Chair- rcr G
man James Gindin said the com-
mittee was attacking both levels Clay Shaw (left) and attor
at once. Courts building in New Orl
"We are using a dual proce trial. Shaw, a retired busin
ure," he said, "We've taken note murder President John F.
of the deeper, more philosophical nates are still lacking afte
questions. But we also must know
much more particular informa-
tonE" OBSCENITY CASE:
"We've listened to all interested
parties and all possible proposals,"teState
suggest ranges from abolition to
retention of the requirement and
even more than retention," he over ire e

ney F. Irvin Dymond leave the Criminal
eans following the ninth day of Shaw's
nessnian, :is charged with conspiring to
Kennedy. A 12th juror and two alter-
r questioning of 687 prospective jurors.

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by HENRY FIELDING
8:00 P.M. Angell Hall Foyer
$1 00 Gen. Admission-available in Fishbowl & Door

ege sues county
loi of speech

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added.
Prof. Harvey Brazer, chairman
of the economics department, took
a "budgetary" point of view
toward the requiremetnts.
"In discussing the requirements
we ought to keep in mind the
context of the 120-hour degree
requirement," he said. "If we are
going to require some specific
number of hours, hopefully we
must recognize at what cost we
can institute req irements."
"It involves a trade-off. If, we
must require one course instead
of another, there .must be a net
gain for the student, the college
and for society at large."
"I'm not arguing for the aboli-
tion of the requirements neces-
sarily," he said, "but we must
decide what appropriate trade-
offs would be."

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From Wire Service Reports
Grand Valley State College near
Grand Rapids has filed suit
against Ottawa County officials,
charging actions against the col-
lege's student newspaper violated
freedom of speech.
The college wants to collect le-
gal fees resulting from a dispute
that led to . obscenity charges
against the editor of the news-
paper, the Lonthorn, and to the
newspaper's suspension of pub-
lication from Dec. 3 to Jan. 28.
In addition the college is asking
for a "declaratory judgement to,
protect freedom of the press."
Lanthorn Editor James Wasser-
man is awaiting trial in Ottawa
County Circuit Court on charges
of publishing obscene material.
The college's Board in Control

and Vice President George Potter
filed the Federal Court suit in
Grand Rapids, naming Ottawa
County Prosecutor James Bus-
sard, and Sheriff Bernard Grysen
as defendants.
Charges that the college w a s
operating a nuisance by publish-
ing the newspaper were dismiss-
ed by Bussard Tuesday following
a statement from the school that
no more allegedly obscene mater-
ial would be printed.
The obscenity charge stemmed
from a complaint by a private
citizen in response to an English
paper printed in the Lanthorn.
Wasserman was unavailable for
comment last night.
It was not kriown whether the
college intended to take disciplin-
ary action against Wasserman.

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A discussion by members of the
National Union of Biafrian Students

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31
STUDENT SERVICES (7:15 P.M.)
"JEWISH HYPOCRISY" (8:308P.m.
Student forum led by WENDY BLAU
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1
"SHOP ON MAIN STREET" (8p.m.)
with Ida Kaminska. Winner of Academy Award
for best foreign film of the year.
One showing only. Admission-75c- (proceeds to UJA)

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