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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 1, 1969

U' sets Formal charges
against SDS for sit-in

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETINp

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At the preliminary hearing, the
defendants will be asked to "show
cause" why disciplinary action
should not be taken against them.
Under normal procedure, a full
hearing for any students unable
to show cause will be held one
week after the preliminary hear-
ing, April 16.
Under SGC rules, the CSJ is
limited as to possible punishment
of students found guilty of break-
ing the code. Each individual
found guilty may be given a warn-
ingo or a fine not to exceed $50.'
If the CSJ finds SDS, as an
organization, guilty of violating
the code, it simply may warn SDS,
curtail its activities for a period
not to exceed four months, or fine
the organization up to $250.
Curtailment of SD$ activities
could include withdrawal of right
to office space in the Student Ac-
tivities Building or other privileges
of student organizations.
Although plans now call for the
preliminary hearing to be held on
April 9, it could be delayed should
either the defendant or the plain-
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tiff ask for more time for prepa-
ration.
Should a defendant refuse to
appear, or simply not appear for
some other reason after being
given "reasonable" opportunity to
do so, the hearing. and trial may
be held without him.
CSJ 'has no power of subpoena
for either witnesses, or evidence.
However, CSJ may send out a "re-
quest" for a witness to appear, or
for evidence to be furnished. If
the request is not complied with,
this fact may be noted and entered
in the proceedings, and taken into
consideration by the members of
CSJ when they make a decision.
LSA unit
may seat
stuffden1"ts
(Continued from Page 1)
ed to the literary college Union
- now in its rudimentary stages
-as a vehicle for choosing the
students.
Cy Benninga, '69, one of the
originators of the union, said the
students could be chosen by a
mass meeting of all students of
the college.
Benninga admitted this might
not be the most representative
way of electing students to serve
on the committee. However, he
said this method would be repre-
sentative of all those students in-
terested in reforming the college's
academic policies.
"The faculty members are not
really representative of a major-
ity of the faculty either," Ben-
ninga added. "They are repre-
sentative of those who have an
interest in the administrative
problems of the college and that is
not a majority."
Benninga said he favored stu-
dent parity on the curriculum
committee, but not until the Union
oecame organized.
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Notices may be published a maxi-
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Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices a r e
not accepted for publication. For
F more information, phone 764-9270.
TUESDAY, APRIL 1

Modification, Medical Center, Univer-
sity of Kansas; "Effective Teaching of
Children with Behavioral Disorders";
University High School Schorling And-
itorium, Wednesday, April 2, 4:00 p.m.
The Computer Center announces a
question and answer session on the
efficient use of FORTRAN. Tie aud-
ience will be expected to be knowledge-
able in the use of the MTS system, Me-
thods of using FORTRAN efficiently in
MTS will be discussed. The session will
be held in the Seminar Room from 3
until 5 p.m. on April 10. Questions may
be directed to Mr. Ronald Srodawa,

f 1'64-2141U. i
Day Calendar May Festival Ushers: A number of
Sushersare still needed for the 1969 May
Cpter and Communication -Festival, which will be given in Hill
Corn i-Auditorium on April 24th, 25th, 26th
f ences Lecture:nDr. Daniel.Teichroew, and 27th. Persons who may be inter-
Chairman, Department of Industrial ested call 668-8597 and ask for Mr.
Engineering, University of Michigan, Warner.
'"Methodology for the Design of In- ______
formation Prpcessing Systems," 4051
L.S.&A. Building. Coffee 3:30, Lecture Dctoral Exams
4:00.
Paul M. Fitts Memorial Lecturer Dr.1Kurtiss Jay Gordan, Astronomy. Dis-
Donald E. Broadbent, Director, Medical uts+ayGroAtrnm.Ds
Research Council Applied Psychology sertation: "A 21-CM Study of the Spiral
Research Unit, Cambridge, England, Galaxy Messier 33," on Tuesday, April
"Primary Memory": Auditorium A, 1 at 9:15 a.m. in 817 Physics-Astronomy
Haven Hall, 4:00 p.m. Building, Chairman: F. D. Miller.
Poetry Reading: Ken Smith, Exeter Joseph Claude Sommerville, Educa-
Art College, reading his poetry: Multi- tion, Dissertation: "An Investigation of
Purpose Room, Undergraduate Library, the Relationship Between the School'
- 4:10 p.m. OrganizationrClimate ad Self-Concept,
Depatmet ofLinuistcs lub ee-Level of Aspiration, Attitude and Opin-
Department of Linguistics Club Lee- ion of Students About School," on
ture: Prof. James D. McCawley, T h e Tuesday, April 1. 1969. at 1:00 p.m. in
University of Chicago, "Notes on the 4019 U.H.S., Chairman: F. F. Carpenter,
Underlying Vowel System of English" Oliv9rU.H RoseCEdcationrDissera-
Auditorium D. Angell Hall, 7:45 p.m. tOliveraT.R i o,ducation, Disserta '
Audioylm ~ AnellHal, 745 ~m. tion: "Participation of American Stu-
School of Music Concert: Rosemary dents in Youth for Understanding Ex-
Russell, mezzo-soprano; Paul Boylan, change Student Program and the De-
piano; assisted by: John McCollum, velopment of Attitudes of Social Dis-
tenor; Willis Patterson, bass; Darwyn tance." on Tuesday, April 1, at 2:00
Apple, violin; Clyn Barrus, viola; Shir- pm in 3206 U.H.S., Chairman: L, W.
ley Storement, violin; and Margaret AnH , a nL
Moores, cello; Rackham Lecture H a 11, nderson.
8:00 p.m. Robert Chester Haberman, Engineer-_
Profesial ha tre P r or a m ing Mechanics, Dissertation: "Free Vi-
Shakespeare's Hamlet by the Stratford bration and Steady State Analysis .of
National Theatre of Canada: Lydia an Orthotropic Cylinder," on Tues-+
SMendelssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m. day, April 1, 1969, at 3:00 p.m. in 307<
Department of Psychiatry Lecture: West Engineering Building, Chairman:
Dr. Philip Rieff, Professor of Sociology, S. K. Clark.-
University of Pennsylvania, "Era of the Dorothy Mack Lambert, English and
Psychological Man": Auditorium, Child- Education, Dissertation: "The Seman-
ren's Psychiatric Hospital, 8:00 p.m. tic Syntax of Metaphor: A Case Gram- ,
r' sh r _ : . mar Analysis," on Tuesday, April 1 atr
. 3:00 p.m: in Room 7638 Haven H a1
G..enerat INIOIIcCs Charman: J W yhDowner.So~,W
Victor Lloyd Schneider, Social Work
and Sociology, Dissertation: "A Case+
Dearborn Campus: Admissions coun- Study of a Juvenile Correctional Insti-
seling for.. Ann Arbor Campus stu- tution: Adaptation, Executive Replace-1
dents interested in transferring to the ment and Stability," on Tuesday, April
Dearborn Campus. Make an appoint- 1 at 3:00 p.m. in Social Work Annex
ment in counseling office to meet with Conference Room, Chairman: R. D.'
M. Robert Vokae on April 2 between Vinter.
9 a. and 4 p.m. Christie Anne Lewis Zipfel, Physics.
Dissertation: "Structure of Electron
Botany Seminar: Dr. David H. Ben- Bubbles in Liquid Helium from Photo-
"zing, Oberlin College, "Adaptive Biol- Ejection Under Pressure," on Tuesday,
ogy in the Bromeliaceae", Wed., April April 1 at 3:00 p.m. In Conference
2, at 4:15 p.m., Botanical Gardens. Room, Physics-Astronomy Building,
Chairman : T. M'. Sanders.t
Education Colloquium: Dr. Richard J. Carl Chris Aleksoff, Electrical Engi-
Whalen, Chairman of the Department neering, Dissertation: "Multi-Mode Las-
of Special Education and Behavior ers in Interfeometry and Holography,",
AnAbrIs a Big City owa
You can see where we've been, but where are weF
going????

on Tuesday. April 1 at 3:30 p.m. in xper. Child-Care Center Director, col-
Room 2201 East Engineering, Chairman: lege courses in child dev., 2 years hu-
M. H. Miller, rman service agency. exper. in dealing
Richard Frederick Baum, M a t h e- with pre-school children.
matics, Dissertation: "Optimal Control
Systems with Stochastic Boundary Con- EDUCATION DIVISION
ditions," on Tuesday, April 1 at 3:30 The following schools will interview
p.m. in 1084 East Engineering Bluilding, . prospective teachers in our office.
Co,Chairmen: L. Cesari and R. M. MONDAY. APRIL 7:
Thrall..: Bakersfield, Cal.: K-8.
Paul Franz Nowak, Conservation, Dis- Flossmoor, Ill. (Homewood-Flossmoor
sertation: "The Development and Eval- H.S.) Engl., Journ., Radio Adv., Spec.
uation of an Innvated Approach to SS, Fr., Span., Math., Sc., Art, IA,
Evironmental Conservation by Inde- Bus. HE. GPE, Dr. Ed,
pendent Study Through Correspond- TUESDAY, APRIL 8
ence," on Tuesday, April 1 at 3:30 p.m. New Boston, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, PE,
in Room 1036 Natural Resources, Chair- Sec.: Math., Sci. Engl.. Couns., SS, Bus,
man: W. P. Stapp. Ed., GPE, Chem., Physics, Band
4Loraine. Ohio: All filds.
Pl e nBattle Creek, Mich.: All fields.
,[ j Minneapolis, Minn.: Elem.: K-6. Spec.
GENERAL DIVISONEd. See. Art, Bus., Engl., HE, IA,
GENERAL.DIVISI Langs., ,Lib., Math., Mus., GPE. S£PE,
3200 sA.B. Sci, SS, Soc. Wk., Rem. Read., Couns.
Peace Corps Week: March 31 - April 4. !coda. Mich.: All fields
Headquarters in room 3529 S.A.B. third Mt Kisco, New York: All fields.
floor, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. No appointments Trt, c,:Allok:ellid
necessary, stop in and discuss the cur- Taylor, Mich.: Elem. K-6. Sec.: Math,
rent programs and your qualifications Sci , Span., Fr., GPE, Ment. Ret., Diag.
for volunteer service. Speakers are 1Sp., pnTrherE.en.Re. Da.
available to groups interested insPeace Sp. Ther.
Corps, any campus group may call Miss WEDNESDAY, APRIL (Elem District)
Webber, 764-7460, to leave their request Elem K-8
for speakers. The P.C. team will contactGElem...A-8d
the organization early next week. Grand Blanc, Mich.: All fields.
,'___ Mason, Mich.: Elem. K-6. Sec.:. F;r.,
Current Position openings received by Spaan., Couns., Spec. Ed.
General Division, by mall and phone. Los Angeles, Cal,: All fields.
not interviews, please call 764-7460 for Hammond, Ind.; All fields.
application details. Ionia, Mich.: Elem. K-6, Jr. Hg:
Sales Promotion and Advertising, Engl Read., Sc, H.S.: All except SS
specialty division, Waco, Texas: Re- and EngIl
presentative for all manner of services Greenville, Mich.: Elem. K- .and
for fraternities, social organizationsSpec. Ed. $ec.: SS, Math., Journ./Engl.,
andr anmu dlibs. Free lanrp t v n e ' Engl.. Mat. ..
flexible money, and time, prefer upper- Villa ParkIll. (Elem. Dist. 45)All
classmen, direct commission. Elem.
County of Wayne, Mich.: Assistant THURSDAY, APRIL 10:
Prosecuting Attorpey, Accountant, Per- Math., Sd1.. S N, LA.
sonal Property Examiner and Attorney Magi ., L.
trine Saginaw, Mich.: Elem. K-6. Sec.: RHE.
trainee.VcEg, . r,
Veterans Administration, Wash., D.C. Vocal,Engl, ch. :Corr.
-Recruitment Bulletin for Department Warren, Mich.: (Vain Dyke P.S.): All
of Medicine and Surgery available. iRokvlle, Md.: (Montgomery County,
City' of .Milwaukee, Wis.: Librarian, Allkfies). MotomryCuny
coordinator of Fine Arts, Bach, desir- Allyie :As).
able in area of fine arts, MALS, and 7 Holly, Mich: Allhfields.
years library' exper., some in super- FIA, PI Cleveland Hts,, Ohio: All fields.
visory area.
Everett I. Brown Company, Indiana- Romeo, Mich.: Elem.: K-6. Jr. High'
pols, Indiana: three registered archi- Art, Math/Sci., HE, IA,'GPE, BPE, H.S.:
tects, 3 graduate architects, 2 structur- Engl., Math., Type A, Couns.. Chorus.
al engineers, 3 mechanical engineers, 3 Gladwin, Mich.: Elem. 2-6, Spec. Ed.
electrical engineers, and 20 assorted Retm MRead, Jr. High: Engl/SS , l.: IA,
draftsmen for service oriented organi -rtMth, _/Chem, HE, Biol.,Guid.
nation involved inall areas of arch/.To arrange appointments contact Mrs.
egrB. Fr ntiu~fr eia Staelin at 3200 S.A.B, 764-7459. April 18
Rdsel B. Ford Institutl for Medical will be the last day for Interviews in
Research, Detroit, Mich Physics, bio- the Education Division.

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physics, or chem. graduate for research
in low energy x and y rays, absorptio-
metry, spectroscopy and radioactive iso-
topic source work, prefer masters de-
gree.
County of Wayne, Mich.: Hospital
Pharmacist, BS in pharmacy, and re-
gistered in Mich.
Kelly Services, Detroit, Mich.: Execu-
tive Secretary, tax and legal dept. Pro-
duction Assistant in Graphic arts,
courses in adv., mktg., sales promotion,
graphic arts, etc. Junior Acctg., degree
with some exper.
Wayne State University, Detroit,
Mich.: Police officers for the university,
Bach. degree required, and expected to
pursue a masters, must be accepted as
graduate student at Wayne, and be
trained by Police Training Academy (of
Detroit Police Dept.
Committee to Promote Action: under
7qual Oppor. Program, Flint, Mich.:
Child Care Coordinator, masters - in
educ., soc. wk., public admin., 2 years
in human service agency, 1 year supv.

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ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
UM Judo Club: Promotional April 3rd
at 7:30 p.m. Wrestling Rooh of IM
Bldg.. all members are encouraged to
attend - spectators are welcome.
, * * * *
UM Scottish Country Dance society:
Every Tues., 8:00 to 10:30 p.m. W.A.B.
lounge, instruction given, beginners
welcome.
* * * *
Issues In Urban Education: Charles
Billings, Detroit Federation of Teach-
ers. Sponsored by Urban Education
Comm. of SEI, Guild House, 802 Mon-
roe St., Wed., 8:00 p.m. April 2nd.

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WE NEED . .
0 to plan for future growth
: to produce better programs for low cost housing and
public transportation
0 to pay attention to the problems of people by ex-
tending public services and hearing complaints
* to protect the rights of people by requiring equal
treatment before the law and encouraging regis-
tration of all residents who qualify
Help Plan the Future of Ann Arbor
VOTE DEMOCRATIC APRIL 7
Dorris Caddell CANDIDATE FOR COUNCIL WARD 4
U OF M YOUNG DEMOCRATS

RESISTANCE OPEN HOUSE
7-10 P.M.
CANTERBURY HOUSE: Wed., April 2
Tues., April 8
BASEMENT: Thurs., April
802 MONROE Thurs., April 10
Come and talk about non-cooperation
(w/ the draft, university, corporations)

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MEET
FOR A DEBATE
THE ANN ARBOR CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR
MEET IN TIE LEAGUE BALLROOM
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, AT 830
CONTEMPORARY DISCUSSION
Order Your Daily Now
Phone 764-0558

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