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1Nednesdcy, March 19,'

Page EIght THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 19, 1~69


Tenants,, Summit
fail to settle strike

? : .; . :...: end Perspective Majors: To explain nal Gluconeogenesis to Ammonia Pro-
new concentration requirements (i.e. duction in the Dog and Rat," on Wed-
abolishment of core course require- nesday, March 19. 1969. at 3:00 p.m. in
ments), new course offerings and to Room 4401 East Mecdical Building. Co-
distribute Pol. Sci. course informa- Chairmen: I. B. Fritz and R. L. Mal-
II J IL tion booklet. Thursday, March 20, 4:00 vin,
p.m.., 1400 Chem. bldg.

sci. and math for secondary teaching
in large urban areas.
Vista week Activities: Headquarters
in Huom 3524, S.A.B., no appts. necess.
Speakers available. Movie shown 3 19
7 p.m. room 2512 Frieze. and at 3
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member of the strike steering
Goldstein also said there was no
reason for the Tenants' Union to
be a legal entity until it was-neces-
sary to sign the final agreements
should lease lengths, rents, dam-
age deposits and recognition of
the union.
Summit did propose' to recog-
SGC ballot
(Continued from Page 1)
ed last week, were only given a
first aid second choice.
However, SGC Executive V i c e
President Bob Neff said the dis-
crepancy would not affect the
outcome of the election.
"The vote in the Law School
was sd miniscule that whether
they had five choices or two
makes virtually no difference, he
One presidential candidate ob-
jected to the discontinuation of
SGC's traditional policy of rotat-
ing the order of the candidate's
iames, with different orders ap-
pearing on different ballots.
Although the voting for the lit-
erary college's senior class presi-
dent was supposed to be restricted
to juniors, the poll-watchers had
no way of distinguishing, a voter's
school or class.
Thus, they were unable to stop
undergraduates from voting for
the graduate seat on the Board
of Student Publications.

znie the union for the purpose of
entering preliminary negotiations.
Schenk said, but he added this
does not mean it will recognize the;
Tenants' Union as a legal entity. I
Goldstein claimed Summit was
stalling and unwilling to make any
real concessions. "The only reason
Summit is willing to talk now is
because they need the rent pay-
ments. If the rent is paid now
there won't be any need for them
to negotiate."
Schenk said "We are in the
right, but if the student feel frus-
trated, we'll sit down and talk."
SSummit made its offer in good
faith, said Schenk,. and if for
some reason the tenants were dis-
satisfied after negotiations they
-could always resume the strike.
Goldstein offered an alternate
proposal that the mo6ney would be
placed in escrow in Ann Arbor
under the condition that neither
Summit nor the union be able to
withdraw the money unless both
parties agreed.
Both the steering committpe and
Summit rejected this propdsal.
Schenk said, "We have absolute-
ly no doubt of Goldstein's good
faith, but the money can still be
tied up under the compromise pro-
Katz said the steering commit-
tee rejected Goldstein's idea be-
cause it really was not different
from the present situation and
there was some question that the
money might be attached if it
were in Ann Arbor.
"Summit is , bending a little,"
Katz said. Even though Summit is
not coming any where near the
union's goals, Katz said, it is still
worthwhile to keep talking.

Botany Seminar: Leslie D. Gottlieb. Placem ent
W _NSDYMRH_ 9Experimental Analysis of the Role of 3200 S.A.. B O12 S.A.B., Lower Level
Hybridization in Evolution" Thursday,__
Calendar March 20, 1969 at 4:15 p.m., 1139 Nat. Several Currently received announce- INTERVIEWS AT
Sci. ldg. ments are available in the career plan-
Bureau of Industrial Relations SemI- #ning division of Placement Services, ;M1AR('ll 19, 1969
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro- The University of Michigan Dance dealing with opportunities for work-I Camp Onota, Mass. Boys 1-5 p.m.
gram No. 84": North Campus Commons, Concert, a program of original modern study, financial ad, M.M.T., M.B.A., Gen. Counselors, science instructor, ;
8:1gsar:.t dcesawillbepresented in theDance PhD, and other programs of study. spec. in swimming, sailing, music,.dra
Office of Religious Affairs: "Christ- Studio at Barbour Gym on Fri., March miaties, riflery, gofW enibsktal
sanity in World Perspective" (Cragg) 21, at 8 p.m.; Sat., March 22, at 2:30 Announcement of Transatlantic sail- c, Rers oolf Stennis,basketball
reviewed by Rev. Paul Dotson, Union p.m. and 8 p.m.; and Sun., March 23, at ings for Students: through Council on nton, MhkRobe rts olervce,tdors.
basement cafeteria, Room 1, noon. 23 m.Turcased f m 12 treserv International Educational Exchange. cleaning, delivery, and general p o o
Department of Zoology Seminar: ,Dr., pp The Council will send information on work.
Richard K. Koehn, Department of the basement of Barbour Gym. Tickets request. CIEE booklets on Semester and ____._-
Zoology, University of Kansas, "Func- will be sold at the door. Academic Year Programs, and Sum- MARCI '20, 1969
tional Dynamics of Genetic Variation": mer Study, Travel, and Work P r o - Camp Holiday, Mich. girls. 10 am. -
1400 Chemistry, 4:00 p.m. , U. of M. - Sheffield Program: Appli- grams, are on file in Career Planning 5 p.m. Gen. Counselors, unit leaders:
Department of Near Eastern Lang- cations to participate in the University Library area waterfront director, certified directorj
uages and Literatures: Zwerdling Lee- of Michigan - Sheffield - Keele Semes- University of Wisconsin, Milwauk~ee.for First Aid.
ture in Old Testament Studies: Ellis ter Abroad P rand4017 Unive aviaSce i Wis offers internships in educational Boyne Highlands, Mich. yesort. Posi-
Rivkin, Adolph S. Ochs Professor of Applicants desiring to participate i adminstraton and supervsion. Primarily tions for waiters, waitresses, bus boys,
Jewish History, Hebrew Union College. Applintsrdering19topaortiateshoin for students pursuing Specialist Cer- maids, desk clerks, bell hops, telephone=
Cincinnati. "The Pentateucha Reolu- t teter 1 rogram sho tificate (Sixth Year). Program and the operators.
tion": Auditorium C, Angell Hall, 4:15 return their applications to rooms Doctorate, a few master's degree can-___
p .m. 4002orer 4017 niversity School on or didates will be considered. ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
String Department Student Recital: bSyracuse University, offers conferenc- 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
School of Music Recitae all,ne d00pct- es in Reading, June 23-June 27 and Make interview appointment at roomI
Cinema Guild: Citizen Kane, diecA- octoral EJ Conference on Reading and Language 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg., unless other-
ed by OrsonWelles: Architeecture Au-- Arts, June 30 -Aug. 8. wise specified.
ditorium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. University of Pennsylvania offers MARCH 26, 1969
Gilbert and Sullivan Society:l olan- Paul Clayton Churchill, Physiology, programs for interns in areas of mo- Southern California Edison Co.
the: Trueblood Theater, 8:00 p.m. Dissertation: "The Relationship of Re- dern for. langs., Engl., Soc. Studies, Gen, Dynamics Corp. - Quiney Div.
Chamber Choir: Thomas Hilbish, con-

SGC President-Vice-President
SGC Seats
Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics
Board for Student Publications
Board for Intramurals, Club Sports and Recreation
Senior Class President
MARCH 18 & 19
It is imperative that you mork more than one chice for the office
of SGC President

ductor: Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
The Baroque Trio: NelsonHauen-
stein, flute; Florian Mueller, oboe;
Lawrence Hurst, double bass; Charles
Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m.



Free German Measles vaccine. Last
full week. Informa'tion at Health Serv-
ice and SAB. Clinic at Health Service
Tuesday thru Thursday,HMarch 18-20,
6:15 - 9:30 p.m.
Meeting for Political Science Majors

SGC President and Vice-President
Roger Keats and Kay Stanstry
SGC Members-at-Large
Bob Hirshon
Carol Hollenshead
Tim Theodore
It is imperative that you mark more than one chice for the office
of SGC President

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April 2-10, 1969
SPECIAL PACKAGE RATE for all 16 meals...... ..
EACH SEDER (complete ceremonial and dinner) .....
EACH LUNCH. ............................ .
EACH DINN ER ...............................

Hillel Non-
Member Members



The first Seder will be conducted in conjunction with the Reform Jewish Action Committee
Enclosed is my check , money order _. - (check appropriate space)
drawn to B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation for $____ to cover the following*
* (be sure to specify)
- __ALL 16 MEALS Lunch, Saturday, April 5 -.-Lunch, Tuesday, April 8 i
* -...Seder, Wednesday. April 2 .Dinner, Saturday, April 5 -.-Dinner; Tuesday, April 8 w
. Seder, Thursday, April 3 ...Lunch, Sunday, April 6 --Lunch, Wednesday, April 9 |
* ....Lunch, Thursday, April 3 Dinner, Sunday, April 6 .Dinner, Wednesday, Apr. 9 I
.Lunch, Friday, April 4 .Lunch, Monday, April 7 --Lunch, Thursday, April 10 *
---.Dinner; Friday, April 4 ---Dinner, Monday, April 7
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