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February 21, 1969 - Image 7

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Friday,' February 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Race Seven

Friday; February 21, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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P-A V v c

Daily senior editors
appoint successors,

(Continued from page 1)
the weekly book review page.
Filling out the business staff
are sales managers Lucy Papp,
from Glen Ellyn, Ill., and S u e
Lerner, from Lincolnwood, Ill.
The new Daily finance manager
is Bruce Haydon from Erie, Pa.!
Daria Krogulski from Detroit was
named associate finance manager.
Nancy Asin, from Newark, Nf.J.,
was named circulation director.
Barbara Schulz from Royal Oak,
Mich., will be the new business
staff personnel director.

This is the first year the out-
going Daily staff has had official
responsibility for senior appoint-
ments. Previously, the Board in
Control of Student Publications
made the appointments on the ad-
vice of the Daily staff. But the
Regents decided last month to
relieve the board of that respon-
sibility.
The. board was renamed the
Board for Student Publications
and maintains responsibility for
the finances of the paper.

Steve Anzalone

TAX SERVICE
725 N. University
1-5--MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
sponsored by
STUDENTS' INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATIVE
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"MAN AGAINST SOCIETY"
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STONED!!
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Barbara Schulz

TONIGHT, FRIDAY, FEB. 21
STUDENT SERVICES--7:15 P.M. followed at 8:30 by
"DOES JUDAISM DISCOURAGE MATERIALISM?"
Discussion led by MR. LAWRENCE HALPERN,
Harvard Lawyer
SATURDAY, FEB. 22
DEVAR-TORAH-4:W0 P.M.
A discussion of weekly Torah Portion by
MR. LAWRENCE HALPERN
"THE BEDFORD INCIDENT"-8:00 P.M.
with RICHARD WIDMARK and SIDNEY POITIER
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