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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, February 27, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, February 27, 1969

RESIDENCE RULE:
University students encounter
voter registration dilemmas

DAILY OFFICIA
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is a
official publication of the Univei
sity of Michigan for which Th
:Michigan Daily assumes no editor
ial responsibilitv. Notices should b

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Department of Philosophy Lecture:I
Prof. Ingemar Medenius, The Univer-
sity of Upsala, "The Concept of Pun-
ishment": Friday. February 28, 2402
Mason Hall, 4:00 p.m.

Placemiei t
GENEAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.

Viewpoint Luncheon Discussion, Prof.i
Carl Cohen, Philosophy Dept, and Asst.F
. Dir. of Residential College, "On Demo-F
n cracy and Curriculum," Michigan Un-e
r- ion, All Purpose Room, 12:00, Friday,t
l Feb. 28,
ber-

(Continued from Page 1) Stamm maintains the present paign to end what they consider sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to 'Depit, of Architecture conference onr
Earierthi mothApa inRoom 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before "Architecture: Education and the Pro-
Earlier this month, Apol in- statute governs only electors- discrimination against students. p. ni. of the day preceding fessione'Saturday, March 1. For fur-
dicated his willingness to establish those already having declared "Our short term run is to re- publication and by 2 p.m. Friday ther information and registration formsI
"relevant criteria" for allowing their residency - and does not I gister as many students as we can for Saturday and Sunday. General contact the Dept. of Achitecture,
students to register to vote, He pertain to students making their under existing laws," says Adamo. Notices may be published a maxi-
asked representatives of SGC to initial declaration. "However, our long term u i mum of two times on request; Day Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
inital eclraton.':"Hwevr, ur ongter ful is Calnda itms ppea nc ny, 1(91.7 Me.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily;,
forward to his office the criteria The same view of the law has , for the legislature to pass a new Student organization notices are Thursday 1:00 p.m. The Asia Society
they feel should be used. been taken by SGC in their cam- law," he adds. not accepted for publication. For rsdat 1 pLm. The Aia Socey
I notreptdfor biatione740. r presents - "Life and Art in Today's4
However, any criteria published - - more information, phone 764-9270. Indonesia", with Mrs. Claire Holt, Cor-
by the state can be used or ig- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 nell University, JackHamton. Thursdaye
nored by Bentley, who is invested a G (L 151 7:30 p.m. U-M Symphony Band, another It
by law with the power to deter- Day C alendr iDasere pogams directed by .
mine if a prospective voter meets Dria :D. Thelen H f
" ""* Frda 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Hour
the requirements.-yv- Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts'
Last week, James Blanchard, an ! in(tmar: "Management of Managers, Pro- an hour of news and conversation
attorney in the state elections di- 815 amNo. 82": North Campus Commons, abonthe arts and lirature. Guests:
dPanel from Flint College, on the arts.-
vision, advised any married stu- IContinued from Page 1) gress than had been anticipated. School of Education Lecture: Barbara Friday 1:00 p.m. From The Midway:i
dent who is denied registration by The new language courses are Prof. James O'Neill, chairmanI Sizemore, Center for Inner-City Stu- "Self-Interest, the Draft, and HigherI
TheenwclaguagecouressaeoPro.cJaestONeill charmandies, Northeastern Illinois State Col- Education", with Prof. Milton Fried-
the city clerk's office to ask the not just limited to Spanish. f the Romance languages depart- lege, Chicago, "Separation:Atviable ma of Cicago. rIay 5:00
clerk to notify the state elections the French department, a ment, says that a decision can't be Means to Quality Education": Shorling Focus on Students, produced by stu-
new "track system" has been ap- made on the effectiveness of the Auditorium, University High School, dents in the department of speech.4
"We will advise the city clerk to .w2sh e 1 new track programs until the end 400 p.m. Friday 5:15 p.m. Business Review, withf
register all such students," Blan-|plied m the 231 and 232 eve h Botany Seminar: Dr. A. H. Smith, Prof. Ross Wilhelm. Friday 8:00 p.m.c
h t courses. One 'track' is for reading of the semester when all the data Director, University Herbarium, Uni- U-M Chamber Choir Concert, Thomas;
Chard explained, provided they nd the other for speaking skills. including the proficiency tests are versity of Michigan, "Boletes of Mich- Hilbish conductor, live from Hill Audi-I
meet the minimum state require- ;sevaluated. He says he personally igan" 4:15 p.m., Botanical Gardens. torium. Friday 9:45 p.m. The 1968 Da-j
ments" Millicent Mason, who teaches will not form an opinion of the Cinema Guild: The Italian Straw mon Lecture: Jacob Bronowski, Sen-'
However, Bentley says married the 231 reading class says her stu- n t Hat: Architecture Auditorium, 7:00 and ruFes, S Itite for Bogc
HoweerBenley aysmariedutility of the new sections until 90 Studies, on "Science and the New 111-,
students must meet certain other dents show a greater interest than then. Sonatas for Violin and Piano: Alfio manism".
in the traditional 231 courses. SoaafrVolnadin:_li
criteria before his office will re- Pignotti, violin; Fernando Laires,- -
gister them. "The readings are of more so- piano; School of Music Recital Hall, I.M. Sports Building Open House: the
We wib ncieoe cial andcontemporary interest," a8:30 p.m. 38th Annual Open House scheduled for
"We will be clined not to r- ciaTh adr i atonight will feature championshipj
gisermarie stdets hoare: ex ans. e ve or' if .r N * ic: competition In 18 sports. Special fea- .
git married students who are is about the same, but there is a [ e te r l oties tures Include women's basketball be-
not self-supporting to a sufficient i bu h ae e
degree and who do not live here ot more room far variation If you Applications for Graduate S t u d e n t tween Michigan State and the UM;
all e a ntley e li h feel like doing something." seepsdDissertation Grants may be submittedyn power volleyball between the Ann Ar-
SGC recently submitted several The 231 class instructor. Steve iup thryough the closing date of Wed- handball between the U, MSU, and
Ge .R b n t i k h r s a "g nesday. M arch 12, 1969. Late applica- ha d ll b t e n he U , M U a d
questions to Atty . Kelley Rubin, thinks there is a good ionscannot be accepted because of the current state champions. Sports
concerning clarifications of the chance this program, if expanded the tight schedule. Two other oppor- Clubs clinics will be held In Yost Field;
voter registration laws pertaining and modified, could go a I 0 n g ttunities for application will be provid- House in Rugby, Soccer, Lacrosse, and
hi s rulin n- ed during the year; one in October, Archery. Additional exhibitions will be
to students. In his ruling Mon- yContinued from Page 1) another in January. Exact deadlines presented in badminton, table tennis.
of the language requirement." will be announced. The students are fencing, karate, judo, diving and water
relevant facts such as age, lacko Jo Suchat of the 232 conversa- study saying land reform could be expected to have a clear statement of polo in the Sports Building. Hours are
reeatfcssc sae akofl -ist free. A:ll Univerty st3u . dentsaulty
S ot fal cti tional section says her class is put into effect almost immediate- the research problem together with the from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Admission
employment in the com munity n "going great". She says most of ly. "We could buy the land at fair !ennatedcost ftach mahexprjectn and staff and their families and guests
"hthe teaching fellows would like k should have been reviewed by mem- and the general public are invited.
refute any previous residency re-to see the department go into That's less than the cost of the bers of the doctoral committee and ______
constant change and improve- ! war for one week." explained carry a letter of endorsement from
quirement. Packwood, the doctoral chairman or the chairman D C ef
However, the ruling does not ment.P- of the department.
change the law itself, and Bent- "We are in a rut and the pro- He indicated the U.S. should Guidelines and a format for t h i s
leyngayshe epc itll and Bet gram should be constantly re- withdraw from Vietnam if the submission can be obtained in the xa i in a f t ,ns
ley says he expects it will not have e iFellowships Office. Rackham Building.
reisrin assessed. Saigon government refuses to Room 1014; information by calling ex- _______
cedures in Ann Arbor. "The ad hoc committee which make reforms or fails to agree to tension 4-2218. Michael Horace Stone, Sducation, Dis-
State Sen. Anthony Stamm (R- established the new track pro- 1 any peace settlement that might Admission 'est for Graduate Study in sertation: "A Study of the Relation-
Kalamazoo) said Monday he plans 'grams in French is dead," she come from the Paris talks. "If Business: Application blanks are avail- ships Between selected variables and
to introduce legislation asking says. "People must be obsessed they make our position untenable able in Room 3014, Rackham Building the 'Differential Academic Achieve-
that city administrators ignore with change because it takes so we should get out," he declared, for the Admission Test for Graduate
wether ornot potenial voers mucstudy in Business. The next admi- ment of Freshmen in the University of
istration of the test will be on Satur- I Michigan School of Music," on Thurs-
are students. revisions." Packwood urged the U.S. to con- day, April 12, and applications are due I day, February 27, 1969, at 8:00 a.m. 1in1
Tests will be given at the end of tinue to supply arms to Israel. He in Princeton, New Jersey before March the West Alcove, Fourth Floor, Rack-
semester to measure progress said the existence of Israel was a 29. ____ ,ham Building, Chairman: W. R. Dixon.
c r c omade in the special sections ,fact the Arabs must accept. Law School Admission Test: Appli- ---
2 Clar" C at DI against the progress made by stu- "We can't take a hands-off pol- cation blanks are available in R o o m
dents in the regular sections, icy to Israel when the Russians 3014, Rackham Building for the Law
dens i te rguar ecion, iy o Iral wenthe,,School Admission Test. The next ad- Student Organizations-
Yesterday's Daily incorrectly which teach both speaking a n d are supplying arms to the Arabs, ministration of the test will be ont
reported the composition of reading, according to Prof. Peter he said. "The only place for Saturday, April 12. and applications are -
the committee to spend unspec- Haaiwara, the director of elemen- Israel to turn to is the U.S." due in Princeton. New Jersey before
ifie fuds clleted n te $March 22.
Ified funds collected in the tary French courses. In response to a question on2 AT LAST! A SERVICE PR
Martin Luther King Drive. The H sas the teachin fellows campus demonstrations, P a c k- All MIIIEAA Scholarship Holders whoA
committee is composed of Vice wes gy screac h ,e o wood said, "They are all right as have not yet picked up their-s30 in- Pledge Formal Favors, Bu
President for Academic Affairs measure the difference between I long as they are peaceful." He crease-in-tuition checks for W'69 Gifts, Gimmicks
Allan F. Smith, graduate school the teacher's plans for the day2suggested students get active in2sweek. ACT NOW FOR SUBST
Dean Stephen Spurr, one re- and the actual work done In the politics and lobby for changes they
presentative from the office of c rmight desire. mEAA Scholarship Checks for Wii-
classroom. ter E69: all students on Michigan High- P.D R AS
financial aid, one representa- Hagiwara explains that in the Packwood voiced support fog the er E69:astuon chi Hi-*
five from Student Government establishment of any new course.1 nuclear non-proliferation treaty tion Scholarships who have not yet 761-9861, 769-
Council, one representati of teachers inevitably have to adapt now before the Senate. "I think endorsed their winter term checks Including evenin
Ceauncisionetarepresentativeptit's in the national interest of both sofclS&AgBldg.Wndwdo. sothirsk
President Robben Fleming and and modify their teaching plans 'tO ffice, LS&A Bldg. and do so this week.
five students elected by and ito meet unforseen factors, such as the U.S. and the Soviet Union,"
from the Black Student Union. impractical texts and slower or he said. He predicted passage of Free German Measles vaccine for
women. Thursday, Feb. 27, 6:15 - 9:30
more rapid rates of student pro- t t p.m., Health Service. Information at I
Pacekwoodn aid he favored ml-I A -...

United Nations Translator's Qualify-
ing Examination applications are due
Feb. 28. Predominately translating from
French, Russian and Spanish. Test giv-
en in N.Y., London, Geneva, and Mon-
treal on April 11. Call 764-7460 for ap-
plication details.
Several Currently received announce-
ments are available in the career plan-
ning division of Placement Services.
dealing with opportunities for work-
study, financial aid, M.A.T., M.B.A.,
PhD. and other programs of study.
Smith College School for Social Work
is accepting applications for graduate
work from men and women for next
academic session, beginning June 18,
file before April 1. Liberal scholarship
assistance avail.
University of Toronto offers summer
school and evening courses 1969-70
courses in Japanese Language and Cul-
ture for Japanese for Expo '70 Program.
Apply for sessions beginning July,7, or
fall. Summer sessions 5 days a week,
3r, hrs a day, evenings next fall. 2
days a week, for 25 weeks.
jUniversity of Utah Graduate School
of Education offers variety of assist-
antships and fellowships in research,
training. prospective teacher in Amer.
Indian Children Elem. Program. Apply
before March 1.
Betty Owen Secretarial Systems Inc.,
N.Y.C. offers courses in typing, steno-
script, skills for college grads, gregg
and others, business Engl. and writing,
and communications workshop, 8 week
course.
Bank Street College of Education
N;Y.C.: offers liberal arts preparation
for teaching at the early childhood and
elementary levels, leading to MS in
Education and N.Y.C. license. Speciali-
zations in teaching emotionally dis-
turbed, remedial reading, supervision
and school guidance are offered. Spec.
planned involvement in problems of
urban schools.

Camp Yehudah. Mich. coed, a r t s SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
and cr+ft inst., cabin counselors, re- STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCII.
gistered nurse, wterfront director, as- AT ITS MIEETING FEBRUARY 20, '69
sistant counselor (Continued from yesterday)
FE11 U Y 9 1969 Approv ed: That SGC place the fol-
'ravf'lr Company, Hartford, Conn.: lowing relei mdun on the March bal-
is intercitwing juniors and seniurs for lot: Shall the Student Government
comp1uter training programs, liberal arts , 'ouncil expand its Student Discount
math communications sci.'bus, ad Store to include a Student Discount
and ntg. Register for these inter Book Store, offering substantial d i s-
views at SPS, 212 S.A.B. Advance meet- counts on books and supplies. The
iug for information in Room 25 Angell funds to start the store would be se-
Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 4 p.m cured by levying a special assessment of
$1.7l per student for the Fall, 1969
Miss Liberty, London, England. Have semester only. This special assessment
London as base, free to travel week- is to be collected through the normal
ends and at end of summer.-Positions university administered method for col-
for men and women in areas of secre- lecting SGC dues as a part of tuition
tarial, transcribing, machine operators, and fees.
clerks, typists Come to S.P.S. for in- Defeated: That SGC place the fol-
formati or to roomn 356 all day. 10 lowing question on the March ballot:
a.mu.-8 pm. for information, group Shall the Student Government Council
meeting will be held from 3:30 to 4:30 undertake to finance itself through the
in room 3516. sale of voluntary membership cards as
SAnnouncemnents of Summer Employ- an alternative to the current system of
Annunemnt offinancial support? Yes NO
ment Opportunities: Contact S.P.S. for Approved: That SGC allocate $200 to
further information: -Leadership Conference; $100 of the
allocation to go to the Conference and
Departments of the Army and Air $100 to subsidize Council members who
Force: Dallas, Texas, offer two posi- wish to attend. If the money reserved
tions in management for qualified Jun- for Council members is not used, that
iors and sophomores, good salaries, will remaining will go into the general
register interested students for inter- fund.
view soon. Approved: That SGC should formally
American Civil Liberties Union, N.Y.: support the action of the OSA efforts
offers two second or third year law stu- to abolish the physical education re-
dents work in legal research and writ- quirement through two letters to the
ing in constitutional law. Sports Department and the Regents,
American Railway Engineering As- Approved: That SGC pay the man-
sociation, Chicago. Ill., positions in ager of the University Discount Store
central and eastern states for laborer, a salary of $30 per month for services
maintenance, drafting, and engineering rendered to be retroactive to January
positions. 1. 1969.

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Current Position Openings receivedE
by General Division by mail and phone.
not interviews on campus, call 764-
7460 for aplication procedures.
Olivetti Underwood Corporation- of
Madison Hgts., Mich.: Sales Reoresen-
tative positions for the Detroit area.
BA in any area, no exper reauired.
SStandard Oil of Ohio. Cleveland,
Ohio: Large variety of engineering po-
sitions for all types of decrees, gener-a
ally 1-5 years exper req. EDP svst. posi-
tions. Technical sales. Positions for
which no exper is req. include En-
gineering. Product Dev., Chemistry,
Technical Sales, Auditing, Marketing,
Data Process. Personnel.
City of Flint, Mich.: Appraiser, train-
in, assists in all phases of technical
appraisal of real estate or personal pro-
perty. Degree with some courses in
math, real estate, appraising and/or ac-
ctg.
State of Arizona: Planning Specialist
for operational health programs. BA
in soc sci. or lib. arts with MA in
Publ. Health or related area, and 5
years exper in health-related occupa-
tion.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Interviews at S.P.S.
FFRUARY 27, 190
Camp Fiesta, Wisc.: Girls. Arts &
crafts, archery,' riding, camperaft, cea-
noeing. skiing, drama and golf.
-Fraternities-Sororities
GC Candidates
OVIDED JUST FOR YOU
uttons, Plaques, Trophies,
s, Booth Supplies
TANTIAL DISCOUNT!
\LL
SOC IATES
0654, 761-5745
gs and weekends

Continental Can Company, Chicago,
Ill.: offers Summer Intern Program in
R & D Center. Soph, Jrs., and Srs.
in ME, EE, Met. EChe. Chem., Phys.,
Food Sci. and Material Sci.
Irish Hills Girl Scout Council, Jack-
son, Mich. offers positions of seasonal
director, man or woman, age 25 or over,
good pay, need camp admin. exper.
Ford Motor Company, Saline, Mich.:
openings for students past Jr. year in
engineering.
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
Co.: Boston, Mass. offers Summer Ac-
tuarial Training Program, for Jrs., Srs.,
Grad. Students and Foreign Students
with at least math bckrnd. through cal-
culus.
Bellefaire, Cleveland, Ohio: seeks
counselors for residential center for
erhotionally disturbed children, men or
women, June 15 - labor day.
Johnson and Johnson, Detroit, Mich.:
offers Summer Merchandising Trainee
program for students through Jr. year
inteested in sales and marketing.
State of New Jersey: community af-
fairs intern program, June 23 - Aug. 29.

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ORGAN I ZATION
NOTICES
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
Thursday, February 27, 8:00 p.m. "The
Jew in Suburbia: Revival or Decline?"
A discussion led by Bob Rockaway (His-
tory Dept.)
Bach Club Meeting - Thurs., Feb.
127th, 8:00 p.m., 802 Monroe St., Guild
House, Randolph G. Smith, speaks on
Bach. Fun and jelly donuts for all.
No musical knowledge necessary. For
additional information call 763-1614.
American Culture Students Associa-
tion, Thurs., Noon luncheon and dis-
cussion Guild House., Thurs., Feb. 27th.
Christian Science Organization meet-
ing, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Room 3545
S.A.B.

Barbara Sizemore
speaking on
"Black Separation: A Viable
Means for Quality Education"
From the Center for Inner City Studies,
Northeastern Illinois State College

Thursday, Feb. 21

4-6 P.M.

Schorling Aud-University High School

Sponsored by Child Development.

Consultant Project

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Eshkol death precipitates
succession controversy

untary ROTC programs on college
campuses. "As far as academic
credit for ROTC I'm not sure,
though," he said.

SAE, Health Service or 784-5483.
South and Southeast Bag Lunch,
Walter Spink, Hist. of Art Dept., "The
Axis of Eros", Friday, Feb. 28, Lane
Hlf Basement, noon.

take a
new look at

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Informed political sources fav-
ored Mrs. Meir, who is 70, as a
compromise. Her health, on her
own admission, has been poor and
It was by no means certain s h e
would accept the task.
Mrs. Meir, although holding a
strong respect for Dayan, d is -
likes him and would support Al-
lon. The powerful Labor party
would also fight to keep Dayan
out. But the swashbuckling patch-
eyed war hero can claim powerful1
popular support.

yA Dayan-for-primce mnlisterI
campaign has been under way for
some weeks, aiming to collect
250,000 signatures throughout the{
country to back him. To date it
has about 40,000 names.
Informed political sources said
only four persons - Eshkol, Mrs,
Mier, Allon, Labor party leader
Pinhas Sapir and Information
Minister Yisrael Gallili - knew
the true state of Eshkol's health
during his last weeks. In that per-
iod he had one heart attack and
suffered from pneumonia.

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AA TRUST
TENANTS:

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AA Trust is notifying some ten-
/ parents of the Rent Strike.
Contact the T.U. o f f i c e in this
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Eevent.
Respond with an explanation of
the Rent Strike or the T.U. "Letter
To Parents" available in the T.U.
office.
Phone: 763-3102
1532 S.A.B.

SEYMOUR HERSI
-Former Associated Press Pentagon Reporter
-Former Press Secretary to Sen. Eugene McCarthy
Chemical-Biological Warfare -
America's Hidden Arsenal

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