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Paae Eiaht

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 12, 1969

CONFLICT OF INTEREST:
Judge withdraws

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Canadian, MSU dean speak
on causes of Biafran war

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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any professional association
Elden, it was this section o
motion that caused him to r
sider. Conlin said that becau
was mentioned in the affidav
the disqualification of Elde
could not hear that motion.
Glotta claims that Conlin
him he would hear the Elder
tion yesterday morning and
Glotta ought to be ready to
ceed with the eviction trial i
afternoon.
Glotta said he ifook this to
Conlin would rule in favor o
"Question
Se lit
of probe
(Continued from Page 1)
'or any student organization
subpoenaed would sput us
'more restrictive position,"
'Council President Michael
eke. "We would be presse
'time," he adds.
J~ SGC last month passed
lution which expressed"
concern over the legislati
!vestigation."
However, the proposed 1
will be the first specific
Council has taken again
Senate committee.
"we believe that a federal
suit which has legal preced
other states is a legitimat
of trying to stop the comn
actions," says SGC Executiv
President Bob Neff.
The tentative lawsuit isi
a broader political attack4
Senate committee which i
rently being undertaken by;
groups throughout the state
LA%'
Executive,
Availab
2n

By RICK PERLOFF Lewis noted that the EVropean Geiercal Notices
Tnirnelaecountries are supporting NigeriaL
SThe Biafran people are fighting in such an inhumane struggle" in
on will alone, a member of the ore omiti terolspl Any student desiring a secondary di-
Conddranolgaintairn tssirrdoilS.p.l. rected teaching assignment for Fall
en, since Elden's disqualification Canadian legislature asserted last'in Nigeria. Term. 1969 must come immediately to
with would have.postponed the hearing Drhduringanissyonr.sntheDirected Teaching office, 2292
L ihsored byteUniversity Comte ~og xn sitn~ie sit chool to obtain prelimin-
f the until another judge could be to Keep Biafra alive. dean in charge of international ary materials for Fall directed teaching
econ- found. However, Conlin says he programs at Michigan State Uni- and to confirm his intention to at-
Ise he never referred to Glotta as notor- Stephen Lewis, a New Demo- versity, spoke to the group earlier tend the appropriate orientation meet-
t for bus, but was misquoted during a cratic Party member of the On- . h ing. If any student should have de-
n he conversation. Conlin added that tario legislature told the nearly. ing or drop it competely, he should in-
the conversation in no way dealt 60 students in the Union ballroom Axon, who visited Biafra as a form this office of his decision,
with his alleged displeasure w i t h that "I am no longer ready to ac- part of an investigatory teamI Should any Fall candidate fail to
told Glotta or with the Elden hearing. cept the niceties of politicians chaired by Sen. Charles Goodell come to the Directed Teaching Office
ntha According to District Court rule motivated by deviousness. There ; (R-NY), said, "The Biafran move- thould tahe fallmto appar atonerials, o the
-405.2 if Conlin had refused to has to be an international effort ment is a more genuine independ- orientation meetings, his application
pn t step down, the court administrator now to stop the killing of a peo- ence drive than those that came will be dropped, and his privilege to
would have had to appoint ano- ple." to so many African countries ear- elect directed teaching may be forfeit-
ed. Requests for Fall assignments will
mean ther judge to hear the.motion dis- Lewis noted that the 19-month her this centuly be based upon the applications which
f Eld- qualifying Conlin from hearing old civil war is rooted in a long- "Instead of. letting agricultural have been confirmed by March 13.
the motion to disqualify Elden. standing religious struggle between parts continue to break down the
The law states "whenever a the Christianized and westernized creative Biafrans have used their Pa ill t
motion (for disqualifying a judge) secessionist Biafran tribe, the Ibos, own ingenuity and own resources GENERAL DIVISION
- is supported by affidavit, another and the Nigerians, who maintain to replace these parts," Axon said. 3200 S.A.B.
;judgefrom the same district or a control of most of the land area He said he was amazed to dis- ANNOUNCEMENTS:
judge from any other district, of Nigeria.,oe h ifrn aigsc Final Application dg.te for 1969 exam-
upon assignment by the court ad- cover the Biafrans making such inaton for foreign serviceinformation
ministrator, shall hear the facts The Nigerians have forced eight efficient use of their own resources officer careers is March 14, Testing on
alleged and rule upon the mo- million Biafrans into a land area like the production of matches, May 3. The application booklet is avail-
tion.', where four million usually are able table wines and fuel oil. a nthe Career nnin t of
tion.Placement Services. If interested read
Glotta filed the original motion to live. The panel discussion was part the booklet and meet this deadline.
to disqualify Elden last Thursday But French medical and mili- of a group of activities sponsored E The next Federal Service Entrance
charging that Elden had a con- tary aid has helped starving Bia- by the University of Michigan due this wed., March 12, for test on
flict of interest and was already frans sustain defense against the Committee to Keep Biafra Alive. A April 19. This test given at Ann Ar-
biased against the striking ten- ore generally supported, but film showing tonight and pet- r and nationwide. April 19 is the
i being ants'e reasons or E dpn's disql- oorly organized Nigerians. tioning have also been undertaken. you wil be elsewhere, you may sign
bin aan The reasons for Elden's disqual- porymr-eeal-uprtd-u-imsoigtngh n ei is a fbeeswee e~eeas
says ification include:
Koen- testimony from two members
cd for of the strike steering committee
d hat Elden threatened to extend
their probation, resulting from Thusda,,.ar. 1
a res- September's welfare sit-ins, be- Thurdoy, M rc 13
"gaecause they may be violating crim- .
ve in- inal conspiracy laws; Discussions with.
- affidavits by tenants at 1424WL A H'N
awsuit Golden that Elden manages their
action apattments and collects their
tthe rents: Author of
-Elden's financial interests in
,1 court a local exterminating company FA N SH E N
lent in which has contracts with severalf
te way realty firms involved in the strike.
nittee's Elden has denied he was threat- It tells the story of rural China in turmoil, when hum an
re Vce eingthe teerng ommiteefeelings were at their most acute. And it is told with a
remarkable evenness of temper and a rare understanding
members with extended probation, of human weaknesses and strengths. The lesson of Long
part of Elden also claims that he does Bow village, so movingly and compassionately recorded
on the not know which companies his ex- by Mr. Hinton, should be studied by all who have a per-
s cur- terminating company does busi- sonal concern for the future of the maiority of mankind.
radical ness with and that he is not in-
volved with the business anyway. 4-5:30-Lane Hall Auditorium
Open seminar for all students,
8:00 P.M.-Canterbury House
Lecture-open to the public
WILLIAM HINTON provides us with a vivid and compelling 'grass roots' account of life in a Northern
for Chinese village precisely during the period when the revolution was establishing itself, In 1945 he
" worked as a propaganda. analyst for the U.S. Office of War lhformation in several Chinese cities.
In 1947 he returned to China as a tractor technician for the UNRRA and stayed on until 1953 teach-
_ o nting courses in English and mechanized agriculture.
le Student Offices OFFICE OF RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS-2282 S.A.B.
d floor Union

up to take the test wherever you will
be, If you sign up for the Ann Arbor
location, you must, however, take the
test here. The test will be given third
Saturdays throughout the summer too.
Vista Week, March 17-21. Come in
to speak with the representatives, no
appts, necess., room 3524, S.A.B., 9 a.m.
- 5 p.m. Speakers are available. to inter-
ested campus groups, call 764-7460 for
reservations on Tues., Wed., and Thurs.,
March 18, 19, and 20. Film will be
shown March 18, 19 & 20, 7 p.m. 2512
Frieze Bldg.. March 18, 3 p.m., room
2225 Angell Hall, March 19, Room 2040,
Frieze at 3 p.m,
Makor Industries, Inc., N.Y.C.: Crea-
tive writers for textbooks of unusual
application in elementary and h i g h
schools, all subject areas.

Norton Company, Worcester, Mass.:
Engineering positions generally requir-
ing BS level degrees and few years ex-
per.
Monroe County Library System,
Mich.: Head Librarian, Dorsch Memor-
ial Libr., MALS plus two' years. Head,
readers advisory services, MALS plus 2
years. Head of Juverile Serv., MALS
plus 2 years. Asst. Reference Librarian,
MALS. Head Librarina, Dorsch Memor-
ial Branch, MALS pref. or 2 yrs. exper.
For most positions new grads will be
considered also.
State of Michigan: Training Officer
in driver education, BA Ed., Spec. in
driver, traffic safety. Education Con-
sultant, ME ed. or in subject area, with
certification.
State of Connecticut: Accountant, de-
gree with course war kand 1 year exper
in acctg.
State of Arkansas: Cost Acctg. degree,
exper pref., not necess, Civil Defense
Deputy Director, exper. req in general
ST. PATR
t DOOR PRIZE!

business practices, and supv. exper. Co-
ordinator, Emergency Welfare Service,
detree and 3 years work in admin.. re-
lated to civil defense.
International Atomic lnergy Agency,
Vienna, Aust.: First Officer. PhD in
animal or human physioloy. pAthol-
ogy, and 10 years exper. in areas related
to radiobiology, toxilcty, and nutrition.
Michigan Welfare League, Lansing.
Mich." Public Education and Informa-
tion Associate. Bach. degree in journ,
or related work with considerable com-
mnunication skills, exper. not required.
but will consider.
J. Walter Thompson, Detroit, Mich.:
Manager. General Acctg., will supv. BA
inin. in acctg. area, and 1-2 years exper.'
in budget gen ledger, acctg. analysis.
General Electric, Chicago, Ill.: Sales
Representative for most of Michigan.
MBA preferred, with mktg. econ. de-
gree or exper. Prefer older more ex-
perienced person.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
INTERVIEWS AT S.P.S.
MARCH 12, 1969:
Camp Cavell, YWCA of Metro De-
troit: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., openings for
unit assistants, business manage, di-
rectors of waterfront, crafts and rid-
12°.
in g.
MARCH 13, 1969:
Good Humor Company, Detroit, 10
am. - 5 p.m. Money you have beenr
looking for, your choice of states,
Conn., Ill., Mich., Md., N.J., N.Y., Pa.,
IWash. D.C.
Camp Newaygo, YWCA, Grand Rap-
ids, Gen Counselors, Unit Leaders,
Waterfront, Director and Arts and

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Crafts, Landsport, and Nature Director.
MARC>h 14, 1969:
Ott Chemical Company, Muskegon,
Mich.: Openings fo Chem. Engrg. who
have completed Jr. year by May. Regis-
ter for interview or come in 10 a.mi,-
5 p~m.
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Society.
Detr oit. Gen. Coons., Spec. in water-
front, arts" crafts, nature - camp-
craft, tripplng, music, dramatics, case-
worker. unit supevisors, bus-truck driv-
er, nurse and camp physician. College
credit up to 4 hours avail.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Roorr-
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg., unless other-
Wise specified,
MARCH 19, 1969:
Bell Telephone Labs., Inc.
Ladish Co. - Tri-Clover Div.
LTV, Aerospace - Computer Tech-
nology, Inc,
EDUCATION DIVISION
The New York City Public Schools
will give the License Examination for
teachers in our office on Saturday.
March 15, 1969, at 9:30 a.m. Areas in-
cluded in this exam are Early Child-
hood (N-2), Common Branches (1-6),
Secondary Math and English. For addl-
tional information contact Mrs Stae-
lin. 764-7459.
Something To Swap?
Try Daily Classifieds

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"Hour of the Wol4

DISCOUNT !
Each Dance Ticket entitles you
to 33 1/3 o discount off list price
of any record purchase made
after March 14, 1969 at

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Sylvania Solid State
STEREO PHONOGRAPH
with GARRARD Changer
You don't have to be
present to win

DATE: March 14, 1969-Friday
TIME: 9-1
PLACE: Newman Center,
331 Thompson
ADMISSION: $1.50

DISCOUNT
RECORD STORES
300 S. STATE
1235 S. UNIVERSITY

Tickets Obtainable at Newman Center Now and Fishbowl Mar, 10-14th
Sponsored by Newman Student Association

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DEPARTMENT OF ART
Is Pleased To Announce
THE SECRET MARRIAGE
(an opera by Cimarosa, sung in English)
MARCH 20, 21, 22-8:00 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
ALL TICKETS $3.00
Mail orders accepted. Make checks payable to "The University of Michigan." Send self-
addressed, stamped envelope to School of Music Opera, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48104. Box Office opens Monday, March 17, 12:30-5:00 P.M.
GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE

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