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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March L5, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, March L5, 1969

MAY RENEW TURMOIL

H ayakawa to fire black teacher

SAN FRANCISCO (A') - As
peace settled on the San Fran-
cisco State campus after four
and one half months of turmoil
and disorder, Dr. S. I. Haya-
kawa remained adamant yester-
day about one thing: Dr. Nathan
Hare must go.
Who is this man who became
the center of so much controver-
sy and was at the front of so
many confrontations since he
first arrived on the college cam-'
pus little more than a year ago?
Hare is a 35-year old Negro
sociologist who once said, "This
is a time for hate . . ." and who
now says he believes he was
hired to placate Negro students
although the purpose expressed-
by the administration was to set
up a black studies program.
The administration was star-

tied by Hare's plans to recruit a
faculty committed to what he
calls "black revolutionary na-
tionalism for militant pluralism
-the right to exist as an equal,
akin to parity, as a distinct
category."
Hare said he regarded strikers
such as Mao-spouting Jerry
Varnaro, who was arrested
several times in campus disrup-
tions, as qualified for faculty
positions.
"I don't want white instruc-
tors teaching black history to
Negroes," Hare said. Such an
approach involves "representing
approach involves "representing
the white person as the foun-
tainhead of knowledge," he said.
When he came to San Fran-
cisco State at a salary of $13,000
a year, Hare was given the title

"coordinator of minority stud-
ies." He worked closely with
400 youths, most of them Ne-
groes, who were enrolled last
fall without normal academic
credit as part of the Educational
Opportunity Program.
Most of these students, college
officials said, were active in
campus disturbances, and Hare
was arrested several times in
the disorders.
He said, "Qne of the conse-
quences of powerlessness within
a society is that people cry out
against it in extreme ways. Ex-
treme situations produce ex-
treme alternatives.
"If breaking windows brings
attention to the tragedy, I'll
break windows. At least, unlike
the violence the whites impose
on us, we are not hurting human

beings but inanimate things."
Hayakawa says the school
now plans to start a School of
Ethic Studies, including a Black
Studies Department, with at
least 11 professors, next fall and
that he will seek more funding
for special admissions for stu-
dents who do not meet academic
requirements.
Thursday college administra-
tors, faculty representatives and
leaders of the striking students
formally agreed to end the stu-
dent strike and since then the
campus has been quiet. Mem-
bers of the Black Students Union
insist they will press for rehiring
of Hare after his contract ex-
pires June 30. But Hayakawa
says no.
"I have full authority to lire
or fire any person," he said.

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Appt.-Mr. Eshleman, March 25, 26
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!I, SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE

Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
rnoar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
grain -No.85: North Campus Commons,
8:15 a.m.
Wind Instrument Departenet Stu-
dents: School or Music Recital Hail,
12:30 pm.
Paul M. Fitts Memorial Lecture: Dr.
Donald E. Broadbent, Director, Medical
Research Council Applied Psychology
Research Unit, Cambridge, England,
"Human Performance: Components of
the Scene": Auditorium A, Haven
Hall, 4:00 pm.
Poetry Reading: Dudley Randall. Re-
Terence and Institution Departments in
the Wayne\ County Library System,
reading his poety;: Multi-Purpose Room,
Undergraduate Library, 4:10 p.m.
Center for Russian and East European
Studies and Department of Economic
Lecture: Vladimir Simunek, Associate
Professor of Public Finance, Prague
School of Economics, "Current Imple-
mentation of Economic Reforms in
Czechoslovakia": 101 Economics Bdg,
4:10 p.m.
Linguistics Club Lecture: Prof. Char-
les J. Fillmore, The Ohio State Univer-
sity, "An Imaginary History of Languis-
tics": Rackham Amphitheater,.7:45 p.m.
Geology, and Mineralogy Topics In
Quarternary Research Lecture: Prof. M.
Gordon Wolman, The Johns Hopkins
University, "Present Geomorphic Pro-
cesses and Possible Pleistocene Differ-
ences": 3082 Natural Science B 1 d g .,
8:00 p.m.
International Center Concert: Edgar
Taylor, tenor: Variations on a Theme:
Classical to Blues: Rackham Auditor-
ium, 8:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program: Ben
Jonson's The Alchemist by the Strat-
ford National Theatre of Canada: Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre rrogram: Dav-
id Atkinson and Patricia Marand in
Man of LaMancha: Hill Auditorium,
8:30 p.m.
Honors Recital: Cosette Sanders, vio-
lin: School of Music Recital Hall, 8:30
p.m.
General Notices
Free German measles vaccine, last two
clinics, Tuesday, March 25 and Wed-
nesday, March 26, 6:15 - 9:30 p.m. Im-
munization Room, Health Service. In-
formation at Health Service and SAB.
No appointment necessary.
Regents' Meeting: April 18. Commun-
ications for consideration at this meet-
ing must be in the President's hands
no later than April 3.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
The approval of the following stu-
dent sponsored events becomes effec-
tive after the publication of this no-
tice. All publicity for these events must
be withheld until the approval has be-
come effective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available In
Rooms 1001 and 1546 of the Student
Activities Building.
Alpha Kappa Alpha: Dance, March
22, 1969, 9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.: Michigan
Union.
The Alternative: Movies, March 28,
7:30 p.m. - Nat. Sci. Aud.
Michigan Rugby Football Club: But-
ton Sale, April 4-7, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Diag.
Students for Educational Innovation:
Conference, March 28, 29 - 10:00 a.m.
- 4:00 p.m. University School.
U'. of M. Tutorial Project: Panel Dis-
cusion, April 2, 8:00 a.m., Union Ball-
room.
Student Relations Committee open
meeting, Tuesday, March 25, 1969. 7:30
p.m., SAB Couincil Room. Agenda: 1.
Minutes; 2. Announcements and com-
munications; 3. University Housing, a.
Recommendations for the Board of
Governors of Residence Halls; b. Sug-
gestions re housing study; c. Housing
designation for fraternities and sorori-
ties; 4. Professional Staffing - OSA.
Foreign Visitors

not interviews on campus, call 764-7460
for application procedures:
City of Battle Creek, Mich: Proba-
tion Officer with B.A., and exp., Acet.
Supervisor. H.S. Grad. and several yrs.
exp., planner in interpreting a c i t y
master plan with B.S.
The Oakland County Merit System,
Pontiac, Mich.: Needs Public Health
Sanitarians, with B.S.
City of Milwaukee, Wisc.: Experienc-
ed Librarian, Chemist with B.S., and
exp., Jr. Librarian with no exp., Lib-
rary Aest. and other librarian positions,
virologist with B.S. Personnel Analyst
with B.S., and 4 yrs. exp.
Bell Aerosystems, Buffalo, N.Y.: Need
Project Analysts with degree 'in Bus.
Ad., Contract Budget Analysts with de-
gree in Bus. Ad. or equivalent train-
ing.
Public Service Commission, Ottawa,
Canada: Seek Demographer with B.S. in
soc. or related fields and exp. work w/
Indian and Eskimo population studies.
City of New York, N.Y.: Planning and
Operations Officer with B.S. and 4
yrs. exp., Public Health Sanitarian with
B.S. and exp.
Local'Firm: Ann Arbor, Mich.: Tech-
nical publisher seeks person for pub-
lishing operations, will coordinate edit-
ing, typesetting, layout, keylining,
printing, binding, distribution and pro-
moton, degree not mandatory, but good
n areas of journ. and Engl., should be
familiar with operations above and be
competent in several. Ability to deal
with dealers and suppliers as well as
free lance assistants. Some part time
services in typing and editing needed
! also.

212 S.A.B., Lower Level I Junior High Math.
Tokyo, Japan: Teach English as aE
MACINTERVIEWS AT S.P.S Foreign Language to employees (20-E
30 age group) of large Japanese corpora
Camp Nahelu, Mich.: coed. 1-5 p.m. tions. All classes held in the evening
Cabin counselors, directors for water- on the premises of the companies. 20-
front, arts & crafts, instructors in 24 hours per week. M.A. or Ed.M. or
gymnastics and damatics. MAT and teaching EFL experience de-
MARCH 26 sired.
Classic Crafts, Berrien Springs, Mich.: . For additional information contact
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Men over 21 for good Mrs. Flynn, 'Placement Services, 3200
job with good money including travel SAB, 764-7462.
throughout U.S., all expenses paid.
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Society, #
Detroit, Mich. 10 n.m. - 5 p.m. Positions
for men in areas of counseling, water ORGANIZATION
front, arts & crafts, nature-camperaft,
tripping, music, dramatics,caseworker,: N TI C
unit supervisors, bus-truck driver,
nurse and camp physician. College cre-
dit of 4 hours avail. for work at Tam-
arack.,I

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and Revolution

SPELAKNG; ON

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"Aiuerica's War on Revolution"
4:00 Lane Hal Auditorium
Sponsored by Office of Religions Affairs
8:00 First Methodist Church
Sponsored by Interfaith Council for Peace
Ecumenical Camits Center
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26

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MARCH 27:
Good Humor Company, Detroit,
Mich., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Here is big
money, work outdoors and get paid
for it, men or women.
MARCH 28, 1969
Kelly Services, Detroit, Mich.: 9:30 - 5.
Men and women for stenographers,
transcribing, machine operators, gen.
office wk., typists, business machines,
switchboard.
EDUCATION DIVISION
The following schools located outside
of the United States have listed teach-
ing vacancies for the 1969-70 school
year.
Tororo, Uganda, East Africa: Tororo
Girls' School (Grades 9 - 14) H o m e
Economics, Business, Math, Chem. 2
year contract. US citizenship and bach-
elor's degree required. Instruction in
English.
Manague, Nicarague, Central Amer-
ica: The American - Nicaraguan School.
(School year July to April, 1969-70) Bi-
national school based on the American
educational system. All instruction in

UM Scottish Country Dance Society,
every Tuesday, 8:00 - 10:30 p.m., WAB
lounge, instruction given, beginners-
welcome.

nor . ,, ' ,,an ,aame IALIIJ: i, , or ~

U V Crop and Saddle Club: h o r s e
show: Sun., March 30th, 3:00 p.m. For
UM faculty, students, employees, fami-
les. Classes for beginners, intermediate, - - -

and advanced. To be held at Stoney-
ridge farms, 9970 Liberty Road. For in-
formation call 769-1539.
UM Chess Club: March 26th, 7:30 p.m..
room 3A of the Union, weekly meeting.
Baha'i Student Group, March 28th,
8:00 p.m., 1474 Jewett St. 'Closing Tlhe
GapBetween Student Movements and
The Needs of the Oppressed", All wel-
come, Call 665-4676 for transportation.
WCBN Broadcasting schedule: 10:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Rock, 7:00 to 7:15
p.m. news; 7:15 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
folkways; 11:00 to 11:30, news; weath-
er, sports; 11:30 p.m. to ? mainline.
Weekends: 11:30 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. Fri.,
Old Hits; 11:30 - 3:00 a.m. Sat.: Mid-
nite special (folk).

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TON IGHT-
INTERNATIONAL CENTER
"Variations on a Theme"
Classical to Pop
Featuring EDGAR TAYLOR.

213 So STATE STo
U. of M. Payroll Checks
cashed here
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PRICE SURVEY-SOUTH UNIVERSITY AREA
as of March 14, 1969
Apothe- Food
SIZE PRODUCT Stephan's cary Mart Witham's V.I.P.
Extra Large Crest Toothpaste $ .79 $ .75 $ .83 $ .83 .68
Family Size Gleem Toothpaste .95 .95 1.05 1.05 .68
8 ounces Lavoris Mouthwash .69 .69 .75 .75 -
20.6 ounces Lavoris Mouthwash Do not stock large size .86
6 ounces MiCrin Mouthwash .69 .71 .79 .73 -
12 ounces Micrin Mouthwash Do not stock large size 088
12 ounces Scope Mouthwash 1.19 1.08 1.15 .78
7 ounces Listerine Mouthwash .98 .71 .79 .79 .54
11 ounces Gillette Foamy 1.09 .98 .98 .98 .88
4 3/4 ounces Old Spice After Shave 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 .99
5 ounce Tube Prell 1.45 1.38 1.45 1.45 1.18
Large Size Head n' Shoulders 1.20 1.10 1.10 1.10 .83
31 Plastic Strips Band-Aids - .69 .59 .53 .55 .46
Bath Size Bar Dial Soap .33 .29 .25 .29 .20
4 ounce Bottle Coppertone 1.95 1.60 1.60 1.28
200 Medium Kleenex .49 .35 .35 .36 .28
40 Regular Tampax ,1.79 1.61 1.59 1.79 1.38
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RACKHAM AUD. Tickets $1.75 in S.A.B.

8:00

Wednesday, March 26-
RVE SHAN4KAR
Sitar
HILL AUDITORIUM-8:30 Tickets $2.00, $2.50 $3.00
On Sale in S.A.B. 9-4 Weekdays

The following individuals can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor
Division of the Visitor and Guest Rela-
tionts Office, Rooms 22-24, Michigan
Union. Telephone: 764-2148.
Mr. Akira Okamoto; Associate Direc-
tor, Office of Research and Planning,
Keio University, Tokyyo, Japan. March
23-27.
Dr. Para Nand Anand; District Fam-
ily Planning and Maternal and Child
Health Officer, Amhala, Haryana State.
India, March 26 -AprIl 2.
Tuna "deIa Facultad de Dereebo de
Barcelona, Universidad de Barcelona,
Barcelona, Spain. March 28-30.
Dr. David B. Swinfen; Lecturer In
Modern History, University of Dundee,
Dundee, Scotland. March 31 - April 1.
Mrs. Irene Lorette Walter; Admin-
istrative Assistant, University of the
West Indies, Registry, Mona, Jamaica.
March 31 -April 2.
SMr. Ignacio Diva-Palaclo: Research
Assistant at the Center for Research
on Learning and Teaching, Mexico City,
Mexico. Will be here for 3 months.
Doctoral Exams
James Narl Davidson, Nuclear En-
gineering, Dissertation: "The Effect of

Thursday, March 27-
MIDDLE
ARAB
Dr. Burham Hammad
-Director of the United Nations section of
the Arab States Delegation
-Executive Secretary of the Group of Arob_
Delegates
-Senior Advisor to the Jordanian delegation
to the United Nations

ISRAELI
Minister-Hanoch Givton
-Minister Plenipotentiary, Permanent
Mission of Israel to the United Nations
-Former member of Israeli delegation to
U.N. Assembly

Union Ballroom

7:00

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