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Saturday, February 1, 1969

THE MICHIGAN GAILY

Page Three

Saturday, February 1, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Three

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Alice's Restaurant
Sat. N ite, Feb. 1
GENE BARKIN
9-1
ALICE LLOYD HALL
50c
FREE FOOD

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Fletcher, vice president and General
Counsel, Western Electric. Saturday
5:15 p.m, Jazz Revisited, with H a z e n
Schumacher presenting European re-
cordings by Fats Waller, Duke Elling-
ton, Coleman Hawkins, etc. Saturday
7:30 p.m. Record Collector, with Prof.
Warren Good. Saturday 8:30 p.m. Bas-
ketball - the U-M vs. Loyola of Chi-
cago, reported by Tom Hemingway
from Chicago.
Snday 2:00 p.m. Cleveland Orchestra
Concert, George Szell conducting. Cor-
elli, RBrahms, Berlioz. Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Ballad for a Wanton Boy - a play by
Philip Lee Devin, produced by the
WGBH Radio Drama Development Pro-
ject sponsored by the National En-
dowment for the Arts.
Lecture: Ann Arbor Society, Archae-
ological Institute of America and the
Department of Classical Studies: Pro-
fessor T. Leslie Shear, Jr., Dept. of Art
and Archaeology, Princeton University,
"Buildings and Politics in Periclean
Athens", Monday, Feb. 3, Auditorium
B, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Women Students: Due to a lack of
entries, there will be no Interhouse
Swimming Meet on Monday, February
3rd, at the Margaret Bell Pool.
Zoology Lecture: Dr. J. B. Balinsky,
Dept. of Blochemistry, University of
Johannesburg. South Africa, "Control
of Liver Enzymes: Problems in De-
velopment and Adaptation", Monday,
Feb. 3, Room 1400 Chemistry Bldg., 4:00
p.m.
SGC will debate and vote on the fol-
lowing at its next meeting, February,
to be held in room 3540 Student Acti-
vities Building. Interested persons are
invited to participate in the debate
personally, by petition, or by some
other means.
Second Class postage paid at Ann
Arbor, Michigan, 420 Maynard St., Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Published daily Tuesday through
Sunday morning University year. Sub-
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by mail.

1. Amendments to the Council Plan.
2. That the following referenda be
put to the students in the March
election.
1. Do you favor the abolishment of
the Language Requirement as a dis-
tribution requirement in the LS&A
school?
2. Do you favor the abolishment of
all distribution requirements in the
LS&A school.
3. Do you favor SGC getting involved
in matters such as the SGC Discount
Store?
4. Do you favor allocating more
funds to SGC to expand the SGC Dis-
count Store and similar projects?
Placement
Room 3200 S.A.B.
Placement Interviews: The following
organizations will interview at Place-
ment Services, the representatives ex-
pect to see at least a vita sheet on in-
terviewees, therefore, if you are not
already registered with the General
;Division, please stop in and let us pro-
vide you with the proper materials.
Please call 763-1363 to make appoint-
ments by phone, or stop in and make
appt. in person. Make appts. as soon
as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m.
day preceding visit.
Late addition to schedule for week
of Feb. 3-7, '69.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1969
Burroughs Corporation, Jackson,
Mich.: All majors and degree levels for
inside and territorial sales nationwide.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1969
Pan American World Airways, for
international flight stewardess posi-
tions, all degrees.
U.S. Plywood - Champion Papers,
Inc., Detroit, Mich.: B Gen. Lib. Arts
and Forestry for sales.
University of Michigan: B. Chem. &
B&M B ochem. and MSW for Biol.,
Zool., and Soc. Wk.
National Security Agency, these in-
terviews are for the persons who passed
the exam given in December, 68, and
for Math majors who are not required
I to take the test, and Engineering stu-
dents.
Ontario Department of Lands & For-
ests: Toronto, Canada: B&M Econ.,
Geog., Nat'l. Res., Forestry, Conserva-
tion and Wildlife Mgmt., for Biol.,
Zool., Park Naturalist and Use Plan-
ning.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1969 The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo,
Aetna Life and Casualty, Detroit: B Mich.: B' & M Biochem., Anal., Or-
&M Econ., Educ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, gan., Phys,, Chemistry, Math, Micro-
Geog., Hist., Journ., Law, Libr. Sci., biol., Pharm. for Data Process, Mktg.
Math, Poli. Sci., Pubi. Health, Speech, Res.. Personnel and Lab.
Soc. and Soc. Wk. for Ins. Claims, Army Special Services, Overseas Re-
Home Office, Sales, and Field Repre- cruiting Center, Wash., D.C.: B. Gen.
sentatives. Lib. Arts, Libr. Sc., and M&B in Fine
Lincoln National Life Insurance Arts and Music for Art & Design, Lib-
Company, Ft. Wayne, Ind.: B Econ., rary, and Recreation positions.
Law and aMth for Data Processing, Department of Housing and Urban
Claims, Home Office, Sales, Mgmt. Development, Wash., D.C.: B&M Ar-
Trng., and Stat. chitecture, Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog.,
Mead Johnson and Co.: Evansville, Journ., Law, Libr. Sci., Math., Poli. Sci.,
Ind.: Afternoon only. B&M Chem. and Soc., for Public Admin., Transpor-
Gen. Lib. Arts, and all degree levels tation, and Urban Planning.-
in Pharmacy for EDP, Mgmt. Trng., Ontario Department of Lands and
Mktg. Res., Personnel, and Territ. Sales. Forests, See Monday listing.
The Mitre Corporation Bedford,WEDNSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1969
tMass.: Advanced degrees only in Math WDEDY ERAY1,16
and physics for technical writing, re- Market Opinion Research, Detroit,
search & Design, Syst. Anal., and En- Mich.: All degree levels in Econ., Math.'
gineering. (Continued on Page 7)
ORGANIZATION NOTICES
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Sun., First Unitarian Church, 1917 Washte-
Feb. 2nd: 2:00 p.m. - Israeli Folk Danc- naw. Plans for future meetings will be
ing, 5:30 p.m. - Deli House, followed discussed. Everybody welcome. Rides
by a Hootenanny featuring Bob Stark will leave Markley and the Union at
(bring your own guitar). 5 50 p.m. For further information call
* * * * 769-1605.
UM Ski Club: Meeting Tues., Feb. * * *
4th, 7:30 p.m. Union assembly room. Bach Clum Meeting: Feb. 6th, 8:00
Sign up for trip to Sugarloaf in Tra- p.m. Guild House, 802 Monroe St., Pro-
verse City, Feb. 7th - 9th, gram: Live performance of Mozart's
* * * "Bowling Alley" trio; election of offi-

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S.D.S.: Free movies - Sun., Feb. 2nd+
at 9:30 p.m., Mon., Feb. 3rd at 3:00
p.m.; Tues., Feb. 4th at 3:00 p.m. -
UGLI multi-purpose room - "I was a
Teen-age Werewolf", "Miss America",
"Revolt at Columbia", "Vietnam -+
Handi March 13th", --lack Panther",
- "Huey Newton and Eldridge Cleaver".;
* * * *
S.D.S:: General meeting open mem-
bership meetings: Every Tues. night,
8:00 p.m. - 2nd floor S.A.B., S.D.S. of-
fice - 2534 663-6610,

cers for this term (16 offices, most of
which will require nomusical know-
ledge)1. Jelly donuts and fun after-
wards. Everybody welcome. (You don't
need to know anything about music to
come). For further information call
769-0995 or 769-1605.
* * * *
Feb. Gamma eDlta: 1511 Washtenaw
- Feb. 2nd, 6:00 p.m. Supper and a
movie "Profiles of Promise" - alleviat-
ing world hunger and suffering.
* * * *

* *Libertarian League: Anyone interest-
S.D.S.: Internal Education meetings. ed in learning about, discussing, or
every Mon. night. 8:00 p.m. 1st floor criticizing the philosophy of A y n
lounge of the Union. Rand is invited to attend the meeting
* ' * on Sun., Feb. 2nd in the MIMES Room
UM College Republicans Meeting: On of the Union.2There will be a tape by
Feb. 3rd, UGLI multi-purpose room, at Ayn Rand entitled "The Robber Bar-
7:30 p.m. Speaker: Mr. Richard Balz- ons."
hisen, G.O.P. candidate for mayor of * * *
Ann Arbor. University Lutheran Chapel: 1511
* * * Washtenaw, Feb. 2nd at 9:30 and 11:00.
Student Religious Liberals (an open Sermon by Rev. Alfred Scheips "When
dinner and discussion group) spaghetti Worship is a Joy". Communion at 11:00
dinner - Sunday - Feb. 2nd, 6:00 p.m. P..

the
news today,
by T/he Associated Press and College Press Service
PRESIDENT NIXON announced a plan to clean up
crime in Washington, D.C.
Nixon called for greater police recruitment, more district
court judges, stiffer bail laws, and a modernized court sys-
tem in a White House statement yesterday.
A new juvenile code, a public defender program for the
poor, and representation in Congress for the District was also
supported by the President,
Nixon nominated J. Curtis Counts, a Los Angeles aircraft
company executive to the post of chief federal mediator of
labor disputes.
Counts, vice president for employe relations at Douglas
Aircraft Corp., will succeed William Simkin as director of the
federal mediation and conciliation service.
IRAQI AUTHORITIES say that executions of spies
will continue "if necessary."
Baghdad radio yesterday quoted Iraqi information minis-
ter Abdullah Samarrai as saying his government is capable
of ordering more executions, regardless of protests I r o m
abroad.
Sources report that another 35 persons, including 13 Jews,
will be tried as spies in Baghdad and may have already gone
to court.
* . 0
ANOTHER AIRLINER was hijacked to Cuba.
A National Airlines flight on the San Francisco-New Or-
leans-Miami run was waylayed yesterday by a gunman who-
told the stewardess that he was "sick of TV dinners."
It was the eleventh hijacking so far this year.
IN VIETNAM, U.S. forces have seized a large North
Vietnamese base.
Believed to be the largest base found so far in the war,
the four mile square area was found 53 miles northwest of
Saigon and 14 miles from the Cambodian border.
U.S. officers estimated that the base, which included an
underground hospital and command post, could accommodate
5,000.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY JIM GARRISON must furnish
new information to a Washington judge before Garrison's
bid for the release of the Kennedy autopsy will be ruled
upon.
Judge Charles Halleck directed Shaw to show by Wednes-
day his intent to link the alleged conspiracy involving Clay
Shaw with the actual killing of the President.
Halleck said that if no effort is made to link the con-
spiracy and the death, then the autopsy photographs are ir-
relevant.
Halleck, judge of the Court of General Sessions, set next
Friday to hear evidence to show that the autopsy should be
released.
A MANNED LUNAR LANDING may take place this
May.
The space agency announced yesterday that depending
on the performance of Apollo 9, scheduled for launching
Feb. 28, the May mission of Apollo 10 could include a manned,
landing.
'The Apollo 11 mission, slated for mid-July, tentatively
schedules a manned landing.
* . 0
BILLIONAIRE 'HOWARD HUGHES has broadened his
inerests from casinos to gold mines.
Recorded deeds show that Hughes Tool Co. has purchased
or taken options on 16 major mining firms in two central
Nevada counties. Hughes' holdings already include six Las
Vegas hotels and casinos.

HELD OVER !
Program Information 2-6264 7th Big Week !
Shows~at 1 :00-3:00-5 :00-7:10 & 9:20
ONE OPrTHE BEST MOVIES
I'VE SEEN THIS YEAR.
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Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun.-1 1 :00 P.M., Separate Admission
ANDY WARHOL'S
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(with dual projection)
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