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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 12, 1969

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DAILY

OFF ICIAL

ACLU, NSA

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he Daily Official Bulletin is an
fficial publication of the Univer-
ty of Michigan for which The
[chigan Daily assumes no edi-
>rial responsibility. Notices should
e sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Qom 3528 LSA Bldg. before 2 p.m.
riday for Saturday and Sunday.
eneral Notices may be published a
taximum of two times on request;
ay Calendar items appear once
nl1y, Student organization notices
re not accepted for publication.
or more information call 764-9270.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1969
Day Calendar

sitat, Berlin, D.D.R., "The Ethnology of
the Mexican Revolution": Auditorium
C. Angell -Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Recent Chamber Music - Reid Nib-

Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- ley and Thomas Warburton, Guest
1iar: "Management of Managers, Pro- Pianists, Works by Alexius, Berry,
gram No. 78" : North Campus Commons, Browne, Cacioppo, Dapogny, Derr, Hod-
H:15 a.m. kinson: Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:00
Public ;Health Assembly: Dr. Anna M.
feetjer. Professor of Environmental p.m.
Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Professional Theatre Program: Imo-
"Change--Stress or Challenge?": Audi- gene Coca and King Donovan in Ro-
torlum, School of Public Health, 2:30 bert Anderson's You Know I Can't
Department of Anthropology Lecture:1Hear You When the Water's Running:
Dr. Friedrich Katz, Humboldt-Univer- Hill Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.

General Notices
Health Service: A flue clinic offering
"Hong Kong" flu vaccine will be held
at Health Service Tuesday, Jan. 14, from
8:00 - 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 - 4'30 p.m.
The charge will be $2 per person. Stu-
dents, faculty, staff and their spouses
are eligible.

Tuesday, January 14, 4:10 p.m. Angell
Hall, Auditorium D.
Broadcasting Service: WUOM R a d i o
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily,
Saturday 12 Noon to 11 p.m., Sunday
12 Noon to 6 p.m. Sunday 2:00 p.m.
Cleveland Orchestra, Martin Turnov-
sky, conductor. Haydn, Janacek, Dvor-
ak. Sunday 4:00 p.m. Ernest Block: The
Man and His Music,.

TOMORROW

AFTERK

Monday 11 a.m. The Eleventh HourI
Center for Russian and East European (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrow hosts
Sudiesa riter-in-ResidenceP-anhour of news and conversation
Studiecadure-icin:Rerzdyc o- about the arts and literature. Guest:
ski, Writer-in-Residence, "The Writer U-M sociologist - Marcelo Truzzi in a
and Collectivity: The Soviet Diiemma, discussion of witchcraft today. Monday
1:00 p.m. The United States in a Re-
vou tionary World: aPrt 2 of 4. "Con-
} . .A< sciousness - Africa and Latin Amer-
ica", with Orlando Pals Borda, Uni-
Uni- versity of London, and Nathan M.
Shamuyaria, London School of. Econ-
omics. From a Princeton conference.
Monday 5:00 p.m. Calendar of A r e a
Events. Monday 5:15 p.m. Law In The
News with Prof. Joseph R. Julin.
The University of Michigan C i v i l
«r;Liberties Beard. Open Meeting. Mon-
day, January 13, 1969. 7:30 - 9:30. 6006
ISH. Agenda: 1. Minutes of December 7;
.t .f1 o/ w7- 2. Final action: amended policy on
ttions w hich maintenance and disclosure of faculty
records; 3. Design for a central student
judiciary.
Josephine De Karman1 Scholarships
distr fbU TI fl with stipend of $2500 per year available.,
to graduate and senior undergraduate
students in any discipline. Special con-
sideration given to applicants in the
humanites. Applications due by Jan. 31,
4r 1969. Further information: Financial
r Aids Office, 2011 Student Activities
3tBuilding.
717

the LSA Faculty will be considering our pe
demand an immediate end to language an
req Uirements

S.A.B., hours: 9:30 - 12 & 1.:30 - 4:30 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1969
M-F. Registration is urged early for use Air Force Logistics Command, all (Continued from Page 1)
in interviewing companies visiting, and day, Ohio, B Chem., Econ., Educ., Gen.
job hunting elsewhere, by mail and Lib. Arts, Hist. and B&M in Math for es that are frequently handed out
vist. If gong to grad school, collect Elec. Computing, Library, Mgmt. Trngt. in the name of "exemplary" law
professors' recommendations now, Personnel, Stat., Transportation andi
watch this column for information on Bus. Ad, enforcement, and the deep fear,
all post college opportunities. Continental Can Company, Inc.. all suspicion and mistrust generated
day. B&M in Gen: Lib. Arts for Mgmt, on our campuses by the flood of
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Trng., Mktg. Res., Personnel Produc- disguised and often university-
Seminar and Film on Careers in Sales tion, Purchasing and inside and territ.
Management presented by Proctor and sales.,sanctioned narcotics agents.
Gamble and Friden, Inc. Open to all U. S. Marines, see Monday listing. Students are also profoundly dis-
students, of special interest to LS&A Michigan Consolidated Gas, All ay, ed Powell said, by the politi-
andBus Scoolstuent. Tesdy, anB Chem., Econ., Math and Phy"sics for oerns
14, 4 p.m. in Multipurpose Room of Computing, Mgmt. Trng., Stat and cal of law enforcement
Undergraduate Library. Contact Place- Acctg. fi many college communities. He
ment Services. General Division for fur. U.S. Navy, see Mon. listing, cited the "pre-dawn, military-style
ther infomation, ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE raids" at Bard College, Franconia
Goup meeting for Summer Intern 128-H, West Engrg. Bldg. College, American University and
Program in Washington is being held Engineers: For full placement servir" the State University of New York
on Jan. 15, 4 p.m., Multipurpose Room your "College Interview Form" must at Stony Brook, which seriously
of the UGLI. Underclassment, seniors be on file by the First Day of Classes.
and graduate students may attend to If you expect to interview, obtain form disrupted those campuses.
get information on the programs spon- immediately from Engineering Place-' While workingtoget eistin
sored under this plan. ment Service. 128-H. West Engrg, Bldg.
Engineering Placement Meeting: No, marijuana laws changed through
Placement Interviews: The following 1. "Engineering Market and Placement popular ballot in various states,
organizations will interview at Place- Services." Salary and demand trends Powell said, NSA will also:
ment Services, the representatives ex- and how to use the Engineering Place-
pect to see at least a vita sheet on in- ment Service. First of four meetings, -attack in court the constitu-
terviewees, therefore, if you are not Primarily for seniors and graduate stu- tionality of current marijuana
already registered with the General dents, but open to all interested. Pro- statutes. The Association has al-
Divide you with the proper materials, p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in Room 325. West ready successfully petitioned the
Please call 763-1363 to make appoint- Engineering Building. (Afternoon and Supreme Court as an amicus cur-
ments by phone, or stop in and make evening meetings will be the same.) iae (friend of the court, who, is
appt. in person. Make appts. as soon Engineering Placement Meeting:eNo, allowed to file briefs the judges
as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m. 2. Engineering Careers. , The different
day preceding visit.inds of careers for engineers, and how willconsider in their decision
to decide which you should follow. Se- in the Timothy Leary case, and ex-
INTERVIEWS THE WEEK OF cond of four meetings. Primarily for pects to do so in other cases;
JANUARY 20-24 seniors and graduate students, but
open to all interested. Professor J. G. -publicize and distribute P.
MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1969' Young. January 14, 1969, 4:00 p.m. and maximum amount of information
U.DY AUR 20, nes, a196a9. degree 7:30 p.m. in Room 325, West Engineer- drugs;
U. S. Marines, all day. All __peerovide
levels and any majors for U.S. Marine ing Building. (Afternoon and evening - V arrested students as
meetings will be the same.)
Corps Officer Programs. much information as possible on
U. S. Navy, all day. All degrees and .. ., . their legal rights.
majors for Navy Su.rface Wave andthileargts '
Aviation Officer Programs.A i A - Both NSA and the ACLU blast-
Smith Kline and French Laboratories, O RGA NI ZA I I ed federal'law enforcement of-
Phila, Pa.: All day. B and M Biochem., O ficials who lawunf oe etof-e
Anal, Chem., Organ. Chem., Econ., Gen. Spunish oung people
Lib. Arts, Hist., journ., Math, Micro- "in cruel and inhuman ways" for
biol., Pharm., Philo., Poll. Sci., Psych,, Euse of a mild intoxicant while "or-
and Soc. for Biol., Zool., Mgmt. Trng., r:,> m.;",: i,":.. gani rt
Mktg. Personnel, Stat., Gen. Writing., ': '' x .'""..;.;.+::.1 r ' ::;inzed crime, operates this multi-
Systems Anal., and Operations Res. U Fellowship of Huron Hill Baptist billion-dollar business with almost
Church, Jan. 12th, 7:00 p.m., 2nd floor, total immunity."
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1969 Ann Arbor, "Y", faculty and adminis- Hollander urged "the hundreds
American Airlines, all day, all de- trative personnel: "What Jesus Christ
grees for stewardess positions. Means in My. Life." 8:30 p.m. campus of thousands of families who have
Kraft Foods, all day. B Arch., Chem., and careers fellowship and refresh? been hurt by this condition" to
Microbiol., Engineering, and Acctg., for ments. work for repeal or liberalization
Biiol.; Mgmt. Trng., Production, Pur- Libertarian League Meeting, Sunday, of current marijuana laws'Inde
chasing, Transportation. Jan. 12th, 2:00,p.m., 2X(MIMES) Un-
U, S. Marines, see Mon. listing. ion. Upcoming lecture and activities to pendently or through their con-
U. S. Navy, see oMn. listing. be discussed. gressmen

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-Speak to a Professor tomorrow and urge his support

Placement

-Read Tuesday's Daily to find out the result
-Be prepared to develop new strategy if our demands are not met
-Attend the Radical Caucus meeting Tuesday night

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3200 S.A.B.
April, June and August Graduates.
Placement Services offers assistance in
career planning and job hunting to
anyone with 12 hours at U. of M. 3200

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WASHINGTON
Jan. 18, 19, 20
1. Ann Arbor Movement Center
2. Liberation Classes
. Countey-Inauguration March
4, Counter-Inauguration Ball
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