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"I-HE MIC;HIUAN DAILY

Sunday, March f6, 1969

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Faculty members have opposed
this method of appeal. Most fear,
Knauss says, that an all-student
judiciary, such as the CSJ is de-
signed to be, would acquit stu-
dents mechanically.
In effect, Knauss explains, t h e
idea of appeal to the University-
wide body seems, to many faculty
members, to destroy the autonomy
of the schools, and colleges- that
the plan was designed to foster.
"To submit decisions of a mix-
ed student-faculty board for ap-
peal to an all student judiciary is
unacceptable to the faculty,"
Knauss told the ad hoc committee
Wednesday.
Thus, Knauss, in the draft to go
before the Senate Assembly to-
Inorrow, has proposed that the
CSJ be established in the tradi-
tion of a review board.
Under this plan is a student
feels that "due process" or "ju-
dicial fairness" was lacking in his
trial before the lower judicial

MARCH 18, 1969 Jr. High: Art, PE, Engl., Hist.. Span.,.
Easterling Company, Ann Arbor, Math. Sr. High: Sci., Hist., Bus. Ed..
DAILY OFFICIAL Mich.: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Direct selling Engl., Couns., Chem.
~bly unlimited appointment locally or -- ~~
anywhere in Michigan. Management TUESDAY, MARCH 25:
BULLETIN positions for the summer also. Come Walled Lake, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, Art.,
to S.P.S. for further details. PE. Jr. High: Gen. Sci. Art, Engl./
..!.................Camp Oakland, Mich. Coed. 9-12 a.m. Hist., HE, Lib., Voc. Mus. Sr. High: Voc.
Gen. Counselors, nurse, spec. in arts Mus., Instr. Mus., Engl./Journ., Read.,
The Daily Official Bulletin is an & crafts, waterfront director and assist. Biol., Lib., HE, French, IA, Couns.,
official publication of the Univer- Math.

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sity of Michigan for which T h e
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN fo r m to
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before
2 p.m. of the day preceding publi-
cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum or two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices a r e
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
SUNDAY, MARCH 16
Day Calendar

MARCH 19, 1969
Camp Onota, Mass, Boys 4-5 p~m.
Gen, Counselors, science instructor,
spec, in swimming, sailing, music, dra..
rnatics, riflery, golf, tennis, basketball.
Jack Roberts Pool Service, Farm-
ington, Mich. 10-5. Work outdoors,'
cleaning, delivery, and general p o 01
work.
MARCH 20, 1969
Camp Holiday, Mich. girls. 10 a.m. -
5 p.m. Gaen. Counselors, unit leaders,
waterfront director, certified director
:or First Aid.
Boyne Highlands, Mich. resort. Posi-
tions for waiters, waitresses, bus boys,
maids, desk clerks, bell hops, telephone
operators.,

Royal Oak, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, Vocal,
School Soc. Worker. Jr. High: Vocal,
IA, Glen. Sol., Spec. Ed. Type A & 'B.
Sr. High: Engl., Span., Voc. Printing,.
IA.
'Livonia, Mich.: All fields.
Warren, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, Art, Voc.
Music, Lib., PE, Read. Jr. High: Lib.,
French, Span., IA, Lang. Arts SS, Math,
Sci., GPE. HE. Sr. High: IA, Data Pro-
cessing, Math.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26
Grosse Pointe, Mich.: Elem.: K-6,
Music, Art, PE. Jr. High: Engl., Fr.,
IA, Math, Gen. Sci., SS/Geog., PE, art,
Music (Voc. & Instr.). Sr. High: Gen.
Sci./Biol., Math., Engl., HE, IA, Span.,
German, French, SS, FE, Art, Instr. &j

Lib., Ment. Hdcp, Type A. Sec.: Engl.,
Math., Sci., SS, Art, HE, IA, PE (Girls
& Boys), Bus. Ed., Span.
Wasco. Cal.: Sec.: Art, Bus. Ed., Engl.,
Span., HE, IA, Instr. Mus., Ma th.,
BPE, GPE, Sei., SS, Voc. Mus., Read.,
Coachina.
FRIDAY, MARCH 28:
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview
P.S.): Elem.: K-6. Voc. Mus.. Lib., PE,
Couns. Sec.: Engl., Sci., Math., Voc.
Mus, IA, FE, Voc. Ed. Spec. Ed.: Deaf,
Emot. Dist., Soc. Worker, Diag.
WASHINGTON, D.C.: All fields.
Monterey, Cal.: All fields.
Flint, Mich. (Beecher P.S.): Elem.:
K-6, Voc. Music. Sec.: Art, Bus. Ed.,
Health Ed., GPE, HE, IA, Engl., Fr.,
Math., Music (Bknd), Biol., Earth Sci.
Spec. Ed.: Ment. Ret., Speech Ther.
Rockford, Ill : All fields K-12 and
Spec. Ed.
To Arrange Appointments, Contact
Mrs. Staelin at 3200 S.A.B.-764-7459
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grain No. 84": North Campus Commons,
8:15 a.m.
Degree Recital: Douglas Smith, clar-
inet and flute: School of Music Recital
Hall, 2:30 p.m.
Degree Recital: Jane Pilot, oboe:
School of Music Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m.
Degree Recital: Kim Kasling, organ:
Hill Auditorium, 4:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild: Ann Arbor Film
Festival: Architecture Auditorium, 7:00
and 9:05 p.m.
Degree Recital: Carol Kloppenstein,
French horn: School of Music Recital
Hall, 8:30 p.m.
MONDAY, MARCH 17

Voc. Music, Lib. Spec. Ed.: Ment. Hand. V1f(AI1 LA I111 fl
TEACHER PLACEMIENT mRde
Type A, Rei. Read., Sp. Corr., Sch. Soc.,
The following schools will interview wk.
prospective teachers in our office: Monroe, Mich.: Elem.: K-C. Jr. High:
MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1969: Engl.
Flint, ich.: (-Bentley Schools): All Davison, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, Rem. ::::.:: ".::::::.;::;:":;.::
ields may interview. Elem.: K-C, Voc, Read., BPE. Sec.: Engl., Math., Health! ::.. .. .. ....
Music. Sec.: Art, Bus. Ed., Healt Ed, Engl, BPE. Biol., Earth Sci., Gen. Sci. Outing Club meets every Sunday af-
GPE, HE, IA, Engl., French, Math, Couns. Spec. Ed.: Ep/Hearing Ther. ternoon for a couple of hours of hik-
Music (Band), Biol., Earth Sci. Spec. Inkster, Mich.: Elem.: K-6. Jr. High: ing, ice skating, etc. Mostly grads but
Ed.: Sp. Ed. (Ment. Ret.), Sp. Therapy. La/SS, Math. Sci. Sr. High: Sci., Engl., others invited. 2 p.m. Rsackham Bldg.
Buts, (inside Huron Street, Northwest, en-
Milford, Mich.: Elem.: Mus. (Voc.), trance.)
K-6, PE, Lib. Jr. High: Math, HE, Art, HRIA.M CH2* *
Math./SS, Sci. g,/gSpan.a, E A r.THURISD)AY. MARCH 27* * *
Music. Sr. High: Bus.Ed., Typing, Algonac, Mich.: All fields. M Scottish Country Dance Society,
Engl., Read., Couns., Instr. Music. Ashland, Ohio: Elem.: K-6, Art, PE, every Tuesday, 8:00- 10:00 p.m., Wo-
Lansing, Mich.: All fields. rLib., Music, Guid. Sec.: Art, Music, SS,a mens' Activity Building Instruction giv-
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lake Shore Journ., For. Lang., Engl., HE, IA, Math., en, beginners welcome.
schools): Elem., K-6, Voc. Mus. & Instr., Nurse. Head Guid. Cons. K
Art, PE, Lib., Spec. Ed. High School: Highland, Indiana: Elem.: K-6, Art, University Lutheran Chapel, Mar. 16,
All fields. Music, PE, Rem. Read., Spec. Ed. Jr. 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. (Holy Communion),
Stamford, Conn.: Elem.: K-6, Art, High: Art, Bus., Engl., Engl.ffSS, Gen. 1511 Washtenaw, Sermon: "A Little Let-
Instr. Music, PE, Read., Voc. Music. Jr. Sci., Ger./Engl., HE, IA, Lib., GPE, ter About a Big Change" by The Rev.
High: Art, Engl., French, Gen. Sci., HE, Math. Sr. High: Art. Bus. Ed., Engl., Richard Kapfer.
IA, Instr. Mus., Lib.. PE, Read., SS, Engl./Sp., Fr., IA, Math, Sci., Sp.,:
Span., Voc. Music. High School: Bus., Roseville, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, PE, Voc- Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Sun.,
Chem., Dr. Train., Engl., Fr., Gen. Sci., al. Sec.: Math, BiPE, IA. March 16, 6:00 p.m. DeYi House, 6:30
HE, IA, Lib,'Math, PE, Physic., Read., Baldwin, Mich.: All fields. p.m. Brit Midrash Seminar: "The Fu-
SS, Span. Muskegon, Mich. (Oak Ridge P.S.): Lure of Middle Eastern Jewry" with Mr,
Niles, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, Spec. Ed. Elem.: K-6, Rem. Read., PE, Voc. Mus., Joseph Ben Dak and Dr. Robert Lapin.

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body, he could explain his griev- bureau of Industrial Relations Sera-
ance to the CSJ. If the student inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
judiciary agreed that he had been gram No. 84": North Campus Commons,
unfairly tried, it could order a 8:15 a.m. nd
re-lvial before the same body that Computer, information and Control
he-ard er the snt'sae they st Engineering Seminar: Professor R. B.
heard the student's case the firstMcGhee, Communication and Control
time. Systems Lab, "Automatic Control of
Student members of the ad hoc Legged Locomotion Systems": 1504 East
committee protested this arrange- Engineering, 4:00 p.m.
Ann Arbor Society, Archaeological In-
nent, saying that endless unfair stitute of America and the Department
trials could occur. of Classical Studies Lecture: Professor
"I think a plan like this makes Miriam S. Balmuth, Department of
j afunction of who getsClassics, Tufts University, on "The
justice a u nPhilistines," 4:10 p.m., Auditorium B,
tired first," said Mary Livingston, Angell Hall.
'70 University Arts Chorale: Maynard
Despite any action of approval Klein, conductor: Hill Auditorium, 8:00
or disapproval by the Senate As- - -
Sthat uch work needs to bedconertGeneral ?Notices
to bring the opposing positions to- U of M - Sheffield Program: Appli-
gether. cations to participate in the University
of Michigan - Sheffield - Keele Semes-
However Knauss hopes to have ter Abroad Program are available in
a final version, aplproved by Stu- rooms 4002 and 4017 University School.
dsnt Government Council, Grad- Applicants desiring to participate in the
Assebly an th SeateAs-Winter term, 1970 program should re-?
uate turn their applications to rooms 4002or
sembly before the end of the term. 4017 University School on or before
Provisions meeting with the ap- March 21, 1969.
proval of these three groups would
be forwarded to the Regents for Placementj

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ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY,,
Academic Year
In conjunction with the new Jesuit University of Comillas in Madrid

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The Executive Council
of Panhellenic Association
ENDORSES:
for President and Vice-President:
Howard Miller. and Mark Rosenbaum

approval.

Election,
referendum.
this week
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time in the election last November.
The SGC elections committee
has taken some steps "to ensure,
that the election is not marred by,
fraud," says Dale Jurcisin, SGC
elections director,
For example, officials manning
the polling places will be composed
of representatives from several or-
ganizations rather than represent-
atives of a single campus group.
As a further safeguard, only a
limited number of people will
have access to the computer cen-
ter in Rackham, where the votes
will be counted.
However, Jutcisin admits "there
is no short cut method for stop-
ping cheating. But -we're using
many more safeguards now than
we have in the past."
Twelve students are running for
the five at-large Council seats.
The candidates include four in-
cumbents: Carol Hollenshead, '71,
Bob Nelson, '71, Joan Shemel, '70,
anid Panther White, '69.
The 24 polling places will be
locatedhthroughout the campus,
and there will be one in each
dormitory.

GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Placement Interviews held at Gen-
eial Division, call 763-1363 for appoint-
ments, or come to 3200 S.A.B. Please
make appts. as early in the week as
possible.
MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1969:
U.S. Navy, Detroit, Mich,: All degree
levels, all majors for U.S. Navy Sur-
face Wave and Aviation Officer Pro-
graMS.
U.S. Marine Corps, Detroit, Mich.: All
degree levels, all majors, for U.S. Ma-
rine Corps Officer Programs.
TUES., WED., MARCH 25 and 26:
U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps, see
listing above for Monday.
THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1969:
S. S. Kesge Company, Detroit, Mich.:
locations in Indiana and Ohio also.
Bach, level in Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts for
Management Training,
FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1969:.
Defense Supply Agency, Detroit,
Mich.: Bach., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Hist., Library Sci,, Math., Philo., Pol.,
Sol., and Speech for Mgmt. Trng., Mktg.
Res., Personnel, Production and Pur-
chasing.
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1969:
Michigan Department of Civil Serv-
ice, Lansing, Mich., and statewide: All
degree levels adn all majors for bank-
ing, Biol., Cartography, Computer areas,
Insurance, Library, Mgmt. Trng., Mktg.
Res., Merchandising, Personnel, Pro-
duction, Publ. Admin., Publ. Relations,
Purchasing, Writing, Statistics, Social
Work and Recreation.
These are the final interview visits
for Spring 1969. Please call 764-7460,
Mrs. Wiers for further resources for
your job hunting, or let us know if
you plans are complete,
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERV1CE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
INTE3RVIEWS AT S.P.S.

* Year of total immersion
in the cultural life of
the Spanish capital
* Courses offered in the
areas of:
Language
Literature
History
Art
Political Science
Philosophy
Theology
Students who have completed a
minimum of two years of Spanish
at the college level may apply.

* Total cost including New
York-Madrid round trip
jet flight $2500.
Full time resident director
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
APRIL 15
for
Applications-I nformation
write
Director, Saint Louis
University in Spain
221 North Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, Missouri
63103

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Bob Hirshon
for L.S. & A. school president:
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SUMER JOBS
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THIS AUTHORITATIVE DIGEST COULD
HELP YOU FIND THE SUMMER JOB IN
EUROPE THAT YOU WANT.
CONTENTS INCLUDE
* Job opportunities listed by country
9 Placement organizations for student jobs overseas
0 International student campus
* Voluntary work camps
* Governmentalregulations on summer jobs
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