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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t uesday, February 25, 1969

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LSA curriculum unit
asks language oPtion
(Continued from Page 1) quirement? There is no expertise
"tYou have a mandate from the involved here."
student body to abolish the lan- "Theie is not a question of cre-
guage requirement," he said."You dentials," Gindin answered. "I
can't require anyone to go through don't think your point is ultima-
a learning experience. It is an im- tely answerable," he added.
possible educational task," he Chester then drew reprobation
added. from several committee members,
Eric Chester, Grad, also spoke including Gindin, by referring to*
to the committee in support of the committee's delegation of re-
abolition. sponsibility from the faculty as
"You have missed the drsift of "a political deal"
reality. What are your credentials A straw vote divided committee
for determining the language -,e- members along three lines:
- - - Those in favor of the re-

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:> Trainee positions for vacation work-
;study programs for; students in en-3
{areersng physical sciences, and math.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN aeaA positions in Wash D.C. area.
Candidates receive career-conditional
appointments, attend college on full-
................ti.. .. .. .. ..basafollowing periods of .summer
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an Story with Jack Hamilton. Tuesday 7:301 Mail payments postmarked after due porary employment during summer mo,
official publication of the Univer- p.m. Tibor Serly - Musical Maverick - date, February 28, 1969, are late and you are required to work while on the
sity of Michigan for which The iast in a series about the little-known subject to penalty. job under the guideance of personnel
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- American composer, produced by Jerry Identify mail payment as tuition Iappointed, and during school will par-
ial responsibility. Notices should be Dilik. Tuesday 8:00 p.m. Michigan and show complete ten-digit student ticipate in training programs as ap-
sent in TYPEWRITTEN forn to Chamber Ensemble Concert, live from number and name pointed. Send applic. formh5000 AB
Room 3528 L.S.A. .Bldg., beforej Rackhamn Lecture Hall, conducted by --a(vail, at Post Office) to the address
2 p. m. of the day preceding Theo Aicantara, featuring tenor John . } in this announcement no later than
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday McCollum. Ter ign Vit ors Feb. 28 for the last test, given on
for Saturday and Sunday. General Wednesday 11:00 a.m Th e t March 29.

SOCIOLOGY GRAD STUDENT
ASSEMBLY MEETING
Sociology Faculty
Cordially Invited
WED., FEB. 26--7:30 P.M.
Rackham Assembly Hall (4th floor)
Coffee Served

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Notices may be published a mai-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25
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Hlour repeated at 7 p.m.)Ed Burrows
hosts an hour of news and conversation The following individuals can be
about the arts and literature. Guest: reached through the Foreign Visitor Di-
Chief Koko-Ita and his talking drums. vision of the Visitor and Guest Rela-
Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Institute onl tions Office. Rooms 22-24, Michigan
MIan and Science - Albert Wilson, astro- Union. Telephone: 764-2148,
physicist. and Harold Williams, U. S. Miss Elizabeth Forn; Administrative
Army, respond to last week's address Secretary, Bi-National Center, San Jose.
by Paul Martin. Wednesday 4:45 p.m. Costa Rica. March 2-7.
Campus News, produced by speech de-
partment students. Wednesday 5 00
prn. The Press and World Affairs, with Doctoral Exas
Prof. Ben Yablonky. Wednesday 8:001
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Quiremen , Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-P
K elley as s those in favor of "ameliora- iar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
tion", altering the requirement gram No. 82": North Campus Commons,
without allowing options in non- Admissions counseling for the Uni-d
t Vt language departmns. versity of Michigan, Dearborn Campus:
student-g s tt f courses in Campus f r e s h m e n and sophomores :
Continued from Page 1) other departments as a means of interested in co-operative educa-
,, isatisfying the requirement. tion programs in business admin-
iteration of present law." Members favoring substitution istration and engineering, and bache-
the law is changed," he added, "we kn ler- r's degree programs in liberal arts and f
andamelioration eventually mer- teacher certification should phone thel
are forced to administer it as ed to draft the majority report, admissions office, 764-7433, for an ap-
written." and those in favor of abolition be- pointment to meet with Mr. David Ro-
Some observers say that Kelley's came the minority faction. binson or Mr. Robert Vokac, admi-
opinon my "traiht-jcke" th Iions officers of the Dearborn Campus.'
opinion may 'straight-jacket" the A separate poll showed no mem- Recital: Wind instrument Depart-t
efforts of the state elections divi- ber favored retaining the present ment: School of Music Recital Hall,
sion to re-examine and possibly language requirement. 12:30 p.m.
liberalize established guidelines Teagmnfoaelrtin computer and Conmuiniilction Si-
r hs The argument for amelioration ences Lecture: Dr. William Rounds,
for registering student voters. centered on a proposal from Case-Western Reserve University, Cleve-
In a decision last August, Cir- Prof. Frank X. Braun of the Ger- land, Ohio. "Tree Rewriting Systems,"
cuit Court Judge James R. man department. Braun's p 1 a n 3:30,iLcture i on. om 3LCoffee
Breakey Jr. upheld this law in favored the pass-fail and two- Frontiers in Geology and Geophysics
denying voting privileges to three track systems, in addition to sev- Series: Robert F. Dill, American As-
University students. eral minor administrative changes "oiation of Petroleum Geologists-
whic wer evetualy in~rpoat Pleistocene Sea Levels and Contin-
Since that time, their case has which were eventually incorporat- ental Margin Sedimentation" at 4 p.m.
been pending before the state ed into the majority report. Room 1210 Chemistry Bldg.
pe Oe of those proposals states Summer Jobs. Attention Juniors and
appeals court. Seniors in Liberal Arts. Math, Comm.
John Bowers and Neil Hollen- i"that entering students be placed Sci., Business Administration, and En-
heplntiffs indsuiHaren-in the course indicated by a place-' gineering. Learn while you earn.
shed plaintiffs in th suit, are un- ent test and they shall receive Trainee positions open in many areas
sureof te efect f th Keley mn eit for the scoulrsce so the computer field. Come to in-
sure of the effect of the Kelley college credit for the course so formation meeting today, 4:00 p.m.
ruling on their cases but re-indicated, regardless of previous Room 25 Angell Hall.
mained optiistic, Hollenshed training.epartment of English Lecure: Mr.
said. Walter Clark, reading his poems: UGL
Multipurpose Room, 4:10 p.m.
Braun's ideas were added to a list The u-M Civil Liberties Board: Open
j J quote Of ed bo substitution proposals submit- meeting, Tues., Feb. 25, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
1~1SI. qu tetedby ssstat DanJames I.E.R. Agenda: 1. Minutes of Febary
h3; 2. Dionysus in '69; 3. U-M Bylaw on
Shaw invited speakers: 4. Anti-riot legisla-
draw s arrest However, before those favorg tion.
y amelioration merged with the Michigan Chamber Ensemble: Theo
io Alcantara, Conductor, john McCollus.
EastLansng athortieshavegroup proposing substitution, aI guest soloist: Rackham Lecture Hal,
East Lansing authorities have debate caught fire which broughts 8:00 p. 1L r
arrested the demonstrator whose out significant differences in megree Recital: Barbara Nssman,
allegedly obscene remark caused a opinion. piano: School of Music Recital Hall,
storm of controversy when it was Cohen, who never retired from 8:30 p.m.
quoted in the State News, Mich- his opposition to substitution, held
igan State University's newspaper. that study of a foreign language (,et ri o lies
Anthony S. Ladiner pleaded is "a unique experience" that can
guilty to "indecent and obscene not be replaced by courses in IRegents' Meeting: March 21. Con-
conduct," but received a suspended other academic disciplines. munications for consideration at this
sentence. The remark was made "Mathematics and logic can not ng somlate in theh President's
Feb. 11 at a rally in support of begin to give us the kind of 'grip' -
ousted MSU psychology professor on the world that language does," zoology seminar: Dr. Richard B.
Bertram Garskof. he said. Root, Dept. of Entomology, Cornell Un-
TAiversity, "The Structure and Stability
The State News was then cen- Associate Dean Alfred Sussman of a 'Plant-Arthropod Association",
sured by its advisory board for disagreed. He held there are cer- Wed., Feb. 26. Room 1400 Chem. Bldg.,
"a deplorable lack of editorial tain courses outside the language 4:00 p.m.
judgment." A number of state departments which involve the Broadcasting Seve: WUOM Rado
legislators also criticized the news- same kind of thinking that foreign B91.Mca.)sn a.m. to 11 p.m. daiy
paper, language courses do. Tuesday 1:00 p.m. Revolution: 20th
Century Phenomenon - "Korea and
Communism in the Far East", w I t h
se D aia s fe sAmbassador You-Chan Yang, Republic
of Korea. Tuesday 5:00 p.m. Ann Arbor
Report - City Council and municipal
affairs. Tuesday 5 15 p.m. U-M Feature
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live from Rackham Lecture Hall. Seymour Murray Gold, Resource Plan-
ning and Conservation, Dissertation:
May 19n9 Teacher's Certificate Cani- "A Concept for Outdoor Recreation
dates: All of the requirements for the Planning in the Inner City," on Tues-
teacher's certificates must be complet- day, February 25, at 9:00 a.m. in Room
ed by March 17. These requirements in- 2006, Natural Sesources, Chairman: J.{
elude the teacher's oath and the mater- W. Leonard.
ial for the Placement Office. The oath Thomas Farrell McNeil, Psychology,1
should be taken as soon as possible in Dissertation: "The Relationship Be-
Room 2000 University School. The of- tween Creative Ability and RecordedI
fice is open from 8-12 and 1-5, Monday Mental Illness," on Tuesday, February
through Friday. 25, at 10:00 a.m. in Room 2035 Angell
Hall, Co-Chairmen: Lawrence Appleby
Final Payment of Winter Term Fees and Sarnoff Mednick.
is due and payable on or before Feb- Do-Young Chang, Political Science
ruay8,19 feesareo db-Dissertation: "The Nature and Char-
ruay 2, 969 Iffes ae nt aidbyacterstics of the Communist Revolu-
tion in South Vietnam," on Tuesday,
I. A $10.00 delinquent penalty will be February 25 at 1 p.m. in Political Sci-
2. A 'Hold Credit" will be placed ence Conference Room Haven Hall:
Chairman: R. H. Fifield.
against you. This means that until pay- -_ma:.H.
ment is received and "Hold Credit" is
cancelled: (1) Grades will not be mail-
ed. (2) Transcripts will not be fur-
nished. (3) You may not register for fu-
ture terms. (4) A Senior may not grad- GENERAL DIVISION
u1ie with his class at the close of the 3200 S.A.B.
cuirrent germ.1
3. The Dean of your school or col- The following announcements of posi-
lege will be given a list of delinquent tions with the federal government are
aceounts, available in the career planning divi-
Payments may be made in person, or sion of placement services:
mailed to the Cashier's Office. 1015 1 Social workers and social service re-
L.S.&A. Building, before 4:30 p.m. on presentative positions: No testing, f i 1 e
February 28, 1969. form 171 and other supporting docu-

SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B,, Lower Level
Interviews in Summer Placement:
FEBRUAPY 25, 1969
Camp Cavell, YWCA of Metro De-
troit. Unit assistants, business manag-
er; directors for waterfront, crafts and
riding.
FEBRUARY 26, 1969
Camp Mataponi, Maine, girls. Spec-j
lalists in waterfront, tennis, land
sports, arts and crafts, and outdoor
camping.
Camp Onota, Mass, boys. Afternoon
only. Group heads (supv. position, 21
age req ), specialists in all sports, sci-
ence, swimming, sailing, music and
dramatics, tennis, riflery and others.
Southwestern Company, Nashville,
Tenn.: Earn big money, and be out-
doors all summer. Interviewing in Room
3532 S.A.B. on Wed., Feb. 26.
ENGINEERING;
PLACEMENT SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, eWst Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
MARCH 4, 1969
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C. F. Eraun & Co.
Grumman Aircraft Engrg. Corp.
Hercules Inc.
Industrial Nucleonics Corp.
TThe M. W. Kellogg Co.
The Lummus Co.
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. Inc.
West Virginia State Road Comm.
Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation
U.S. Gov't. - San Francisco Bay
" Naval Shipyard.

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Senator,
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(no more Wayne Morse)
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