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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 4, 1969

INA L VOT E TODAY:

AIJC group

LSA faculty may back new degree without sets protest
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language and distribution requirements However"Jan"discounted
impor tant of the guaranteedi

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THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR
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ON A LARGE ONE ITEM
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STEAK and EGGS
with hashbrown potatoes,
toast and jelly
$1.10
STEVE'S LUNCH
just west of SAB
NOW OPEN SUNDAYS, TOO

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enough to be required of all ourn
studerits."
The report recommends a col-
lege entrance requirement of twoi
years of foreign language study int
secondary school, or one year in
college for students admitted whot
do not satisfy the requirement. E
The minority recommendationc
opposed substitution of courses ine
non-language departments to sat-t
isfy the requirement.
"The advocacy of substitutions,
no matter how genially accom-v
modatingror well-intentioned, is a
logically false position," the report
stated.
The curriculum committee's ma-c
jority recommendationpresented
by Prof. Eric Steiner of thex
botany department, called for at
"marriage of positious." It pro-
posed combining substitute coursesI
for satisfying the requirement1
with administrative changes, such
as pass-fail grading and a two-t
track system.
Substitute courses included two-1
year sequences in English; lang-i
uage history and development, lin-f
DAILY OFFICIALl
BULLETIN
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(Continued 'from Page 2)
Instruction, Harrisburg, Pa.: Profes-
sional vacancies in Gnr. and Academic
education, curric. dev., ed. quality as-
sessment, vocational tech. and contin-
uing ed., special ed., guid.and related
pupil services, school construction, pri-
vate schools, veterans' educ., higher ed-
ucation areas of teacher education, in-
stitutional studies and services, com-
munity colleges, state colleges and uni-
versities, research and administration
and coordination, statistics, library po-
sitons.
Fisher Wallpaper and Paint Company,
Detroit, Mich.: Sales Representative for
industrial products, contacting arch.
firms, interior designers, hosp., p u r-
chasers for public buildings, hotels, etc.
BA in any area, no exper necess.
Bell Aerosystems, 'Biuffalo, N.Y.: Posi-
tions for experienced personnel in areas
of Marketing, Engineering Services and
administration, integrated systems,
structural syst. engrg., electromechani-
cal syst. engr., space syst. engr., manuf.
engr.,,research, and finance.
Marquette Michigan Girl Scout Coun-7
cil: Marquette, Mich.: Executive Di-
rector, BA degree and exper in admin.,
finance, staff supv., adult volunteer
groups, fund raising techniques, train-
ing provided.
Local Office: Secretary / receptionist
for office of three surgeons, very re-'
sponsible person with typing skills, BA
it any area, good advancement pos-
sibili ties.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Tuesday, March f: Cedar Point on
Lake Erie, Ohio: Interviewing in the
Union, room 3D. If you are talented
come in for an audition in any of the
performing arts. Join the Courtesy
Corps as host-hostess teams, Hun-
dreds of concessions open. Room a n d
board on grounds avail.
Announcements of Summer Opportun-.
ites, not interviews:
Continental Can Company, Chicago,
Ill.: Offers Summer Intern Porg, in
Research and Dev. Center, Soph., Jrs.,
and Srs. in ME, EE, Metal. E., Chem.,
Physics, Food St,~ Material S, Appli-
cation deadline is March 15.£
Law Students offered positions by
Amer. Civil Liberties Union. N.Y. Se-
cond or third year students, legal re-£
search and writing in constitutional
law.
Departments of Army and Air Force,
Dallas, Texas, offers management posi-
tions for'jrs. and srs., good salary, ask'
to register in S.P.S. for interview to be
arranged.
Cooks Needed: summer jobs in camps
and resorts all over the country.mCon-
tact S.P.S. for info.
Goldblatts of Chicago offers College
Boards while home this summer, girls1
apply at S.P.S.1
Birmingham Day Camp, Bloomfield
Hills, Mitn. Camp Director position,
man or woman over 21. Need counsel-
ors over 18 also. Camp runs from June
X33- Aug. I.
Steineway Drug and Ford Hopkins
companies offer summer opportunities
as replacements for vacations in areas
of Chicago. Interviews may be ar-
ranged over Spring break.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg, Bldg. unless other-
wise seciffede,
MARCH 11, 19691

ARO, Inc.
Ingersoll-Rand Co.
Lorain Products Corp.
Los Angeles, County of
Nalco Chemical Co.
Parke, Davis & Co.
Ryan Aeronautical Co.
Rex Chainbelt Inc.

guistics, mathematics and com- Burks' department is only two
munications sciences. years old.
Representatives of the depart. "If we were to have such a
mients which would be involved course, the focus would be on
in language options objected to computers," he added, noting a
the majority recommendation. difference between artificial lang-
Prof. Russell Fraser, English de- uages and natural languages.
partment chairman, said, "The' Faculty members from other
English department declines to departments also opened fire on
consider the majority report pro- the committee's two reports.
p'osal of a four-course sequence in Prof. Alexander Eckstein of the

majority report, defended the come."
"shotgun marriage". fare reci
"Although language purists may don't al
look upon this proposal as a poli- portance
tical arrangement, I see is as a she said.
marriage consummated in mutual
respectof individual views,' "We l(
Br'aun said. sleep by
hard voi
"It is a collective judgement, a yohand
spectrum of views" he added youand

Unfortunately, some wel-
pients we have rented to
ways recd-gnine the im-

of paying their rent," * , ONE COUPON PER PIZZA
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night and work by day.
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the English language."E
Linguistics Department Chair-'
man Prof. John Catford said he
was "not sure what was intended"1
by the majority report.I
He suggested that new courses
dealing with "culture and lang-I
uage" or "language as such" might
be established to get students in-1
terested in learning a language. !
The problem with the language
requirement is one of motivation," i
he said.c
Prof. Arthur Burks, chairman ofc
the communications sciences de-
partment, said it would be "at.
least three years before this de-
partment can make a contributiont
to distribution requirements."

economics department called the
majority report's combination of
administrative changes in the
language with optioncourses in
non-language departments a
"shotgun marriage."
"I fail to see how the math
sequence can be a substitute for
the language requirement," he
added,
Eckstein said he sympathized
with student grievances about the
quality of teaching in language
courses adding, "The language de-
partments don't have enough
funds."
Prof. Frank X. Braun of the
German department, one of the
committee members signing t h e

a~ci xw v v~woxxcLUC. tenants who have parties all
Prof. James O'Neill, chairman night," she claimed
of the Romance language depart-
ment, went through the reports "I really don't think we need
paragraph by paragraph, criticiz- excuse our policies to anyone,"
ing certain sections as "a lowering she said. "You go right ahead and
of standards," "impertinent to the protest,"
language requirement," or "mean- Th
ingless, whatever the dimension." eoongorecexia
In ddiionto he angagere-group of moderately-priced apart-
In addition to the language re- ments. They rent for about $150
quirement, the faculty today isa month for a single apartment,
expected to consider an executive Haywood explained.Present resi-
committee decision made last dents include both whites a n d
month to reduce the college's per- blacks.
centage of out-of-state students.
A 1 t h o u g h recommendations
have passed the curriculum com-
mittee concerning an Afro-Amer-
ican studies program and aboli-..
tion of ROTC credit, these issues; University
will not come before the faculty U iest
until April 7.

OPEN MEETING
To discuss the Implications of the Firings
of Profs. Julie Gendell and Tom Mayer and
PLAN ACTION
TONIGHT
7:00 P.M.
2nd floor SAB
Ad Hoc Committee for the
Rehiring of Gendell and Mayer

Great
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U.S. Gov't.
Long Beach Naval Shipyard1
Naval Ammunition Depott
MARCH 12, 1969
Columbus & Southern Ohio Electric
Co.
Illinois Division of Highways
Ingersoll-Rand Co.
Lawrence Radiation Lab.
The Metropolitan Sanitary District
of Greater Chicago
Public Service Electric & Gas Co. 7
Ryan Aeronautical Co.
Sandia Laboratories
Texaco Inc.
United Technology Center
U.S. Gov't - NASA Goddard Space
Flight Center
MARCH. 13, 1969 .
Aerojet-General Corp.
General Dynamics - Quincy Div.
Hooker Chemical Corp.
Sandia Laboratories
MARCH 14, 1969
Aerojet-General Corp.
American Motors Corp.
Gulf General Atomic
The Rand Corp.
Sandia Laboratories
TEACHER rLACEMENT
The following schools will send repre-
sentatives to our office to interview
prospective teachers the week of March
17.
MONDAY, MARCH 17
East Detroit, Mich.: Elem., Vocal
Music, Jr High English, Vocal Music,
yen. Sci., Math, SS, Gen. Bus., Sr.
High Engl., Bus. Educ., Spec. Ed. Type
A.
Orchard Lake, Mich. (West Bloom-
field Schools): Elem., Library, PE, Se-
condary Math, Sci., SS, Engl., Lib., Bus.,
Art, Home Ec, Music, Fr./Span., Couns.
(Boys) Ind. Arts, Girls PE. Spec. Ed.
- Sch. Soc. Worker, Type A, Adj.
Study, Percept. Dev., Diag., Speech.
Coaching positions available.
Port Huron, Mich.: (St. Clair Co. In-
termed. Sch. Dist.) - Special Education.
Oak Park, Ill.: Elem., Jr. High Lang.E
Arts, Math, Sci., SS, Span., Lib., Home
Arts, Ind. Arts, Voc./Gen. Music, Girls
PE, Boys PE, Couns., Learn. Disabilities.
TUESDAY, MARCH 18
Mt. Morris, Mich.: Elem., Jr. High
Engl., Alg., Chorus, Sci, Math, SS,
Boys PE, Sr. High Bol., Engl., Drama,
Coo p. Educ., Chorus, Engl./Speech,
Spec. Ed., Reading, Sp. Corr., Type A.
Elem. Mus., Art.
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Old Bridge (Mattawan), N.J.: (Madi-
son Twp. Schools,, Middlesex County):
Elem., Spec. Educ., Sp. Therapist, Learn.
Disabilities, PE, Vocal Mus., Instr.
Mus., Art, Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Typing.
Sec. English, Sci., Math, SS, Languages,
Ind. Arts, Dist. Educ., Coop. Trades
& Ind., PE, Art. Guid., Lib, Psycholq-
gist, Soc. Workers, Home-Sch. Coord.,
Reg. Read.
Toledo, Ohio: All fields.
Flint, Michigan (Carman Sch. Dist.) -
All fields.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19
Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Dist. No. 8)1

- Elem., Guid. Couns., Boys PE, Girls Madison Heights, Mich. (Lamphere
PE. Lib, Jr. High Math. High School Schs.): All fields.
Guid~,Fine Arts, nd. Art., Sci. FRIDAY, MARCH 21
Utica, Mich.: All fields. Albion, Mich.: Elena., Lib., Rein.
Lincoln Park, iMch.: All fields. Read., Sec. Debate, Journ., Type B, Sex
Pontiac, Mich.: (Waterford Township Educ,
Schools): All fields. Palos Hills, Ill. (HS Dist. No. 230) -
Vallejo, Calif.: Elem., Speech Ther.,i All fields.
Ment. Ret., Jr. High Bus. Ed., . Engl., Northville, iMch.: All fields.
Span., Math, Voc. Mus., Instr. Mus, Cleveland, Ohio (Orange Local Seh.
Biol .Sci, Phys, Sci.. Hist., MR, Girls Dist.): All fields.
PE, School Psych., Sp, Therapist. Detroit, Mich. (City School of Det.):
THURSDAY, MARCH 24 Early Elem., Sci.'Math, (mandpfd.)
ALang. Arts, French.
Albion, Mich. (Starr Commonweafth) Strongsville, Ohio: Elem., Sec, Art,
- Elem., Ind. Arts, Instr. Mus., Art, Bus. Ed., English, Boys PE, Girls PE,
Hist., Sci., Lib. Ind. Arts, Latin, Span., French, Ger.,
Flint, Mich.: (Westwood Hgts. Schs.): . Lib., Math, Voc. Mus,, Instr. Mus., Sci..
All fields. SS, Spec. Ed. - Slow Learn., Em. Dist.,
Bridgman, Mich.: Elem. High Sch. Intern Psych., Speech/Drama, Voc. Ed.,
Phys./Chem., Phys., Chem., Girls PE, Guid., Coaching.
Engl., Speech.
Flint, Mich.: All fields. For additional information
Saginaw, Mich.: (Saginaw Twp. Schs.) and appointsment contact Mrs. Staelin
Elem. Spec. Educ. starting March 10, 764-7459.
POT SHOP
SEMI-ANNUAL SALE
25% OFF
ON ALL HANDMADE Ceramics;
Stoneware, Mugs, Plates, Bowls,
Teapots, Vases, etc., etc.
"Come SEE and SAVE"
! ~Sunday, March 2---March 10
619 Packard 9-51 7-11
UT of M Ski Club
final meeting for
I reinblant 1T93P
(all filled up)
Final $30 payment due
Also Nomination of Officers
7:30, Tues., Marci 4
Union-Room 3C

Colorado
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CONFERENCE
36th Year
JUNE 15 -27
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WRITE:
PAUL LEVITT, Director
HUNTER 125
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Scholarships Available
Manuscript deadline: April 15

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Don't Forget!
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
PETITIONS DUE
MARCH 12th
Available Student Offices
2nd Floor Union

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