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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 2, 1969

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Grad plan
to require
registration
(Continued from page 1)
give the graduate school some rec-
ord of who is working where and
how he is progressing. The school
will keep a file of students' pro-
gress statements on their disser-
tations.
Continuous enrollment has been
in the talking stages for almost
three years. However, it began to
gather momentum when an inter-
mediate degree program lost fac-
ulty support.
The intermediate degree, which
would give a degree to students
who didn't complete the disser-
tation, was felt to be too much of
a consolation prize."
Army plan
opposed
(Continued from page 1)
our reduced manpower require-
rnents in Vietnam will permit us to
do so, we should stop the draft and
put our Selective Service structure
on standby."
Ten days ago, however, a bi-
partisan group of seven Senate
Republicans and two Democrats,
led by Mark O. Hatfield, (R-Ore),
introduced legislation which would
make the change six months after
their bill to end the draft became
law.
The Hatfield bill would upgrade
pay, living conditions and status
of the military to produce what he
called "an efficient military force
with emphasis on quality rather
than quantity."
A similar bill was introduced in
the House by Rep. Edward F. Bo-
land, (D-Mass).
Rivers cited historical precedent
to support his idea that a volun-
teer system does not attract
enough men for the armed serv-
ices.
"When Harry S. Truman w a~s
president, we let the draft ex-
pire," he said, "and for a number
of months we had no draft law."
Rivers said the size of U. S.
military force dwindled then to
about 1.5 million.
"President Truman told Con-
gress he could not keep up with
the nation's commitments if he
didn't have the draft," Rivers
said.
Rivers said also: "Even if I were
for it, I don't know if we would
be able to raise a volunteer army,
if we let the draft expire. It's a
known fact that the existence of
a draft law helps in getting vol-
unteers."

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ANNOUNCEMENTS:offers Summer Merchandising Trainee
Federal Service Entrance Application, Program for students having complet-
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I. Di fiilBlei sa aMarch 15. sales and marketing. Detailed Info-
The Daily Official Bulletin Is an day 4:00 p.m. Ballad for a Wanton Approved: That SGC donate up to Pace Ce. saeo and literature at S nP.-.
official publication of the Univer- Boy - a play by Philip Lee Devin, pro- $100 to Friends of CNP for the purpose Headquarters 3529 S.A.Brt 9 a.m.-6 p.m. r aire, leeland, thio.
sity of Michigan for which The duced by the WGBH Radio Drama De- of bringing Rhody McCoy to campus. Hoaptessar. TeBetlefaire, Cleveland phio. s e e k s
Miclli an Daily assumes no editor- velopment Project supported by the Approved: That SGC purchase $100 imes daily Ltrne rdssary. Testing three setia cnr for eoonam dis-
lal responsibility. Notices should be National Endowment for the Arts worth of stock in THE ALTERNATIVE, u y. eraure anreturned residential center for emotionally dis-
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Monday 11:00 'a.m. The Eleventh Approved: That SGC allocate $50 to Placeent Itie The folloing trbegin me 15, togh Lab-
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) EdBur- the Undergraduate Psychology Com- organizat Placement Interviews: The following gram begins June ,licthrough a .S.
2 p. m. of the day preceding rows hosts an hour of news and con- mittee. will interview at Place- Day. Details and applications through
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday versation about the arts and litera- Approved: That the following letter ment Services, the representatives ex-
for Saturday and Sunday. General ture. Guest: History of Art Professor be sent to the Civil Aeronautics Board: pect to set at least a vita sheet on in- EDUCATION DIVISION
Notices may be published a maxi- Joel Isaacson, .discussing the current The Student Government Council of terviewees, therefore, If you are not The following schools will be inter-
mum or two times on request; Day exhibition at the Museum of Art, the University of Michigan strongly already registered with the General viewing Prospective Teachers in
Calendar items appear once only, "Manet and Spain". Monday 1:00 NAEB urges the Civil Aeronautics Board to Division, please stop in and let us pro- our office:
Student organization notices are Convention Lecture Series - Frank support continuation of the present vide you with the proper materials.
supprt ontiuaton o th preentMONDAY, FEBRUARY 10:
not accepted for publication. For Pace, Chairman, Corporation for Pub- Youth Fare Plan. Please call 763-1363 to make appoint- Grand Rapids, Mich.: All fields,
more information, phone 764-9270. lic Broadcasting, at the 1968 meeting The Youth Fare serves as an indis- ments by phone-, or stop in and make Grand Rapids, Mich.: (Child Guid.
of members of the National Associa- pensible means for students to defray appt. in person. Make appts. as soon as Clinic) - Psych, only.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2 tion of Educational Broadcasters, in a significant portion of high costs in- possible, none accepted after 4 p.m. Pontiac, Mich.: Elem., All sec. fields
washington, Monday 5:15 p.m. Law volved in securing an education. Stu- day preceding visit, except art, Ment. Ret., Sp. Corr.
in the News with Prof. Joseph R. Julin. dents represent, at best, a low in-T
J y a enMonday 10:30 p.m. Rx for Health, pro- come earning segment of our society.sA n ra , TUESDAY, FEBRUARY
sociey THUsaYFEBuraRYCo13n, 169 TUSAYuFBUAY-1
_ _duced by Dr. William Ledger, U-M Air travel also provides an inexpen- Alpena, Mich.: Elem. K-6 & Instru.
ureau of Industrial Relations Sem Medical Center. sive method 'for students to obtainab fiE Ge Music. Sec.: German, Engl., G. Phys.
roar "Management of Managers, Pro- broader educational experience. Ed., Engl./Journ., Bus. Ed. (Typing)
gram No. 80": North Campus Commons, Women Students: Due to a lack Special privileges for particular S , Psych., Soc. and Soc. Wk. for Electronics, Girls' Couns. (3-6 yrs.
8:00 a.m.of entries, there will be no Interhouse groups are not unique to air flight. ms, Home , es, gmt background) Set., French, Rem. Read.,
sigma Alpha Iota Musicale: School Swimming Meet on Monday, February Collections of individuals such as cit- Trng., Mktg., Res., Merchandising, Per- Soc. Stud./Lang. Arts, Journ.
of Music Recital Hall, 2:30 pm 3rd, at the Margaret Bell Pool. izens over sixty-five, children, soldiers, sonnel, Production, Pubi. Admin., and Highland Park, Mich.: All fields.
ofMuicRcialHal_230p ,Publ. Relations. Srn aly e ok Rmp
wives, and families have traditionally Spring Valley, New York: (Ramapo
University Wind Ensemble: Williat Institute of Science of Technology, received prvileged rghts. Youth f a r e Johnson and Johnson, Chicago, Ill.: Sch. Dist.) - All fields.
D. Revelli, conductor: Hill Auditorium, Professor James R. Sackett, University thus does not establish any precedent. B Chem., Econ., Gen. Math, and PsychI
3:30 p.m. of California at Los Angeles, "Late Pal- We would certainly appreciate your for Data Processing, Mgmt. Trng., and WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12:
Cinema Guild: Bertolucci's Before eolithic Open-Air Sites in France", careful consideration of this matter Production. Detroit, Mich.: (South Redford) K-6,
the Revolution, Archiecture Auditor- Tuesday, Feb. 4, 3082 Natural Science which so greatly affects all students. R.C.A., Cherry Hill, New Jersey: B. I Engl.. Hist., Art, Phys. Ed., Math., Bus.
tum, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. Bldg.. 8:00 p.m. Approved: That SGS approve the re- Econ., Educ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Ed., Biol., Gen. Set., H. E., Ment, Hand.,
Creative Arts Festival: Dr. Benjamin { vised Panhel Constitution. Hist., Math., Psych, Physics, Poli. Sc. Type C Counsultant.
Spock: Pediatrician to the World: Hill Students in the School of Nursing Approved: WHEREAS, the Michigan for Computer Systems and Sales pro- Grand Rapids, Mich.: All fields.
Auditorium, 8:00 p.m. may sign up for preclassification, start- Legislature has established a commit- grams only. Wilmette, Ill.: Elem./Jr. High: Sci.,
ing Wednesday morning, February 5, tee to investigate student activists atI Smith Hnchman and Grylls Associa- Sci./Math., Engl. /S.S., Typing, Art,
MONDAY EVENTS 1969. State-supported institutions of high- nInc.: Detroit, Mich.: Degrees n Music, Soc. Worker, Guid., Lib. Girls
-_er learning, and arch' & Boys Phrs. Ed., E.M.H.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- Applications for L.S.&A. Scholarships WHEREAS, Student Government !_Newton, Mass.: All fields.
imar: "Management of Managers, Pro- for the Summer Term, 1969, and for Council views this impending investi- FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1969 St. James, New York: All Elem. &
gram No. 80": North Campus Commons, Fall and Winter Terms, 1969-70 will gation as a potential threat to the Campbell Soup Company, Ohio: Morn- All Sec.
8:00 a.m. be available in Room 1220 Angell Hall basic freedoms of speech and political only B Anal., Genyiogan -
Zoology Lecture: Dr. J. B. Balinsky, beginning February 2. 1969. Completed activity, and g THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13:
Dept. of Biochemistry, University of applications will be due no later than' WHEREAS, one of SGC's resnonsibili-an and Physics for MmtTrnd. Person- Lansing, Mich.: (Diocese of Lansing
Johannesburg, South Africa, "Control February 28, 1969. Applicants must have ties is the protection of students and ne dProduction Acet. TCatholic aProchial Schools) - All fields.
of Liver Enzymes: Problems in De- at least one full term of residence in student organizations. be it Midland, Mich.: All fields.
velopment and Adaptation"; Monday, this College at the time of award. For RESOLVED, that SGC expresses grave Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Pontiac, Mich.: All fields.
Feb. 3, Room 1400 Chemistry Bldg., 4:00 the L.S.&A. Scholarship, need is the concern over the legislative investiga- Boston, Mass.: B Econ., Engl., Gen. Lexington, Mass.: Elem.: k-6, Art
p.m. primary consideration, but applicants tion. Lib. Arts, Math for Home office. Spec., Mus. Spec., Sec.: Engl., Math.,
A Arb t must have a scholarship average of 3.0 Appointed: To the Committee on Port of New York Authority, N.Y.C.: Gen. Sci., Physics, Earth Sci., B 1o 1.,
stitutAe of rAmerca a t Dea or higher in L.S.&A Academic Affairs: Mark Rosenbaum, B&M Econ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Chem., Fr., Music, H. Ec., Phys. Ed.,
Chairman, Mark Hodax, Bob Nelson, Philo., Poll. Sci, and Soc. for Mgmt., Head of Engl. Dept., Read., Art, I.,
essor T. Leslie Sheas, Jr., Department Make-up final examinations f o r Ebb Neff, Carol Hollenshead, Joan She- Trng., and Public Administration. Lib. Spec. Ed.: Emot. Dist., Ret., Guid.
fsArt and LArchaeolog, Jrrnctpon - Germn 101, 102, 111, 231, 232, 236 will mel, Paither White, Mike Farrell and Royal Globe Insurance Companies: Couns,
versity, "Buildings and Politics in Per- be given Tuesday, February 4, 7:30- Bert Heideman. Detroit, Mich.: B Econ., Eng., Gen. Newton, Mass.: All fields.
!clean Athens": Auditorium B, Angl 9:30 D.m. Students must get written Appointed: To the Committee on Lib. Arts, Math for Claims, Home Of- .-__
permissionfromtheirgel. ormer te ers Student Interests - Roger Keats, fice, Mgmt. Trng., Personnel, Publ.
pnd rer'ister in the German Denart- Chairman, Larry Kuhnke, Dale Jurcis- Rel., and Stat.-_....
Creative Arts Festival: Second City, ment office by noon. Tuesday. Febru- in, Michael Farrell, Howard Miller and Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, Ill.:
a contemporary revue: Trueblood Au- arv 4. Examination rooms will be nost- Dennis Webster. All degree levels and majors for Data
ditorium, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m. ed on German Department bulletin Accepted: Resignation of Mark Sch- I Processing Mgmt.
P ofessional Theatre Program: Evan board reiber as Chairman of Student Hous- Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Mich.:
Hunter's The Conjuror (World Prem- ing Association. B&M Biochem., Chem., Fine Arts,
iere): Mendelssohn Theatre, 8:30 p.m. SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY Appointed: Peter Denton, Chairman, Journ., Microbiol., Pharmacy, Pre-Med.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL Student. Housing Association. and Pre-Dent, for Territorial Sales.
C7en eral Notices AT ITS MEETING JANUARY 30, 1969: UNION-LEAGUE
Approved: That SOC recognize -
Friends of People Against Racism as a

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14:
Wyandotte, Mich.: (Riverview P.S.):'
Bus. Ed., Math., Vocal., Lib., French.
Elem., Auto Shop, Type A. All Sciences,
Eng1,
Capistrano Beach, Cal.: Elem.: All le->
vels and librarian. Sec.: Engl., Math.,
Humanities., Set., Marine Set., B i o I.,
Phys. St., Spanish, French, Girls' Phys.
Ed., Spec. Ed.: Speech Therapy. E.M.R.
E.H., School Psychologist., '
Lexington, Mass.: All fields.r
To arrange appointment., contact'
Dirs. Staelin, 3200 S.A.B., 764-7439.
O RGA.N I ZATIO N 3
NOTICES
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Sun.,
Feb. 2nd: 2:00 p.m. - Israeli Folk Danc-
ing, 5:30 p.m. - Deli House, followed,
by a Hootenanny featuring Bob Stark
(bring your own guitar).
* * *
UM Ski Club: Meeting Tues., Feb.
4th,,7:30 p.m. Union assembly room.'
Sign up for trip to Sugarloaf in Tra-
verse City, Feb. 7th - 9th.
* * *
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", "Black Panther",
- "Huey Newton and Eldridge Cleaver".
S.D.S.: General meeting open mem-
bership meetings: Every Tues. night,
38:00 p.m. - 2nd floor S.A.B., S.D.S. of-
flce - 2534 663-6610.
S.D.S.: Internal Education meetings,
every Mon. night. 8:00 p.m. 1st floor
lounge of the Union.
UM College Republicans Meeting: On
Feb. 3rd, UGLI multi-purpose room, at
7:30 p.m. Speaker: Mr. Richard Balz-
hisen, G.O.P. candidate for mayor of I
Ann Arbor.
* * * *
dinner and discussion group) spaghetti
dinner - Sunday - Feb. 2nd, 6:00 p.m.
First Unitarian Church, 1917 Washte-
naw. Plans for future meetings will be
discussed. Everybody welcome. Rides
will leave Markley and the Union at

5:50 p.m, For further information call
769-1605.
*. * , *
Bach Clum Meeting: Feb. 6th, 8:00
p.m. Guild House, 802 Monroe St.. Pro-
gram: Live performance of Mozart's
"Bowling Alley", trio: election of offi-
cers for this term (16 offices, most of
which will require no musical know-
ledge). 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.
* * * *
G a m m a Delta: 1511 Washtepaw
- Feb. 2nd, 6:00 p.m. Supper and ;a
movie "Profiles of Promise" - alleviat-
ing world hunger and suffering.
Libertarian League: Anyone interest-
ed in learning about, discussing, Or
criticizing the philosophy of A v n
Rand is invited to Attend the meeting
on Sun., Feb. 2nd in'the MIMES Room
of the Union. There will be a tape by
Ayn Rind entitled "The Robber Bar-
ons."
University Lutheran Chapel: 1511
Washtenaw, Feb. 2nd at 9:30 and 11:00.
Sermon by Rev. Alfred Scheips "When
Worship is a Joy". Communion at 11 00
p.m.
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Sunday 2:00 p.m. Cleveland Orches-
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Student organization.
Appointed: Marc Wohl, Chairman,
Barbara Addison, Hamilton Pitt, Jeff
Hanson and William Bleich to the
Central Student Judiciary.
Appointed: Michael Farrell to the
Committee on Faculty Awards.

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