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PlacemenIt Test
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, April 2, 1969

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FINAL
NOTICE
Graduates !
Final Day for ordering
cap and gowns will be April 18.
/HAROLD S. TRICK

EDUCATION COMMITTEE:

House unit approves Parochaid

LANSING (AP-The controversial
parochiad bill moved one step
closer to passage yesterday as the
House Education Committee re-
ported it out with recommendation
for passage and Senate Majorityj
Leader Emil Lockwood (R-St.
Louis) indicated his support.
"If the bill reaches the SenateE
floor I'll probably vote for it,"
said Lockwood.
The powerful Senate Republican
leader said he had "enough confi-
dence in the committee system" to
'helieve that ay nv nrnnoos anneted

out of the Senate committee "will
include adequate funding."
The measure-facing heavy op-
position from such groups as the
68,000-member Michigan Educa-
tion Association - would give an
estimated $40 million in state
funds to intermediate school dis-
tricts for the purchase of educa-

aid at the opening of the current
session, was uncertain.
Senate Miiority Leader Sander
Levin( D-Berkley) meanwhile call-
ed on Gov. William Milliken to
"reverse his timetable" for con-
fronting the issue of educational
tax reform.
L.Pin drrint d "a cr cin of

drastic cutback in educational op-
portunity for the children of Mich-
igan."
Lockwood said last week that
half Michigan's school pupils
would face closed school doors this
fall if taxes were not increased.
The House Education Commit-
tee, meanwhile, added six amend-
ments yesterday to the bill written
by Rep. J. Robert Traxler (D-Bay

Levn preiCeU e a succession of
tional services from private and Youngstowns" - where deficits
nonpublic schools. forced school closings last year.

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Recent polls, however, have "At the end of the last school City) and forwarded it to the
own a majority of Senate mem- year, 75 (Michigan) districts had House Appropriations Committee.
ers opposing the bill, House senti- deficits of over $20 million," Levin. The principal amendment, of-
ent, reportedly behind parochi- said. "Nor can our large urban dis- fered by Rep. Roy Spencer (R-
tricts be expected to cope with the Attica) sets a $45 million limit on
crucial problems which they face, the amount of aid the state could
if they are plagued by imminent pay to private or parochial schools
financial disaster." through local, intermediate dis-
Levin blasted Milliken's state- tricts. He earlier suggested a $50
ments that his recommended
budget' for 1969-70 is "sacrosanct." million ceiling.
q1T Y r"No budget can be sacred when Traxler has said his plan should
ITY it falls so far short of the de- cost some $40 million, but admit-
' mands of the educational system," ted to the committee his estimate
Levin said. "It is evident that the depends on how much the admin-
budget will be totally inadequate.
istration decides to pay per pupil
F"The governor must choose one
ofthree courses," he added, "defi- and on how many pupils enroll in
cit financing, a tax increase or a private schools.

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WE, THE MEMBERS OF THE LAW SCHOOL COMMU

En orse and Support the Candidacy o#
We, the members of the Law School community, endorse and support the can-
didacy of Robert J Harris for Mayor of Ann Arbor.
We know him as a man sincerely dedicated to justice, He is a man of imagina-
tion and creativity. He is a man who will work diligently towards making Ann Arbor a
more desirable community for all its citizens.
For too long local Republican Administrations have dealt ineffectively with the
problems of our city. For too long real estate speculators and developers have been
able to put their personal interests above the public interest. For too long the Repub-
licans have refused to tell the truth about taxes and the need for fiscal reform. During
the past three decades of one-party rule in Ann Arbor, rental housing in parts of the
city has deteriorated to dangerous proportions and the public transportation system has
been allowed to wither.
AN-N ARBOR NEEDS
NEW LEADERSHIP!
ANN ARBOR NEEDS
BOB HARRIS/ AS- MAYOR!

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HARRIS
for MAYOR
-of ANN ARBOR

Faculty may endorse
restructured degree
(Continued from Page 1) fessors have gradually lost their
"Many thought the students original reservations," he adds.
who would choose that option But at this point no one is going
would be interested in avoiding much further than mere cautious
requirements. Instead the kids appraisals. Many professors now
appear ready to ratify the pro-
here have some of the most rigor- posal. But, as in the past, it is
ous curricul " difficult to be certain until the
Tikofsky is "reasonably opti- votes are tallied tomorrow.
mistic" the committee proposal
will be accepted tomorrow. "It's
impossible to predict how the fac-Tupp orts
ulty will act, but I think we should
meet the issues head on and not
try to avoid them by parliament-
ary maneuvers," he says.
Prof. James O'Neill, chairman
of the romance languages depart-
ment, says he would be surprisedft re cbudge
if the restructured degree pro-
posal were not adopted. "The idea, (Continued from Page 1)
of adapting the BS is ingenius-
but the title may be confusing"j that the costs of establishing and
bhe ays."This iswherehe hs, operating a separate University
he says."This is where the hassle fire department are prohibitive.
will come." Capital expenditures in the first
While there appears to be sup- year would far exceed the present
port for restructuring of the BS $220,000 figure paid to the city,
degree, many faculty members in- he maintains.
dicate they would "not support es- Brinkerhoff also says he fears
tablishing a totally new degree in that the University's fire insur-
general studies. ance rates would be raised drastic-
"The general studies degree ally if the University relied on its
would collect s t u d e n t s who own fire department for protec-
couldn't make it in the regular tion.
BA," claims Prof. Russell Fraser, Presently 10 per cent of the city
chairman of the English depart- fire department calls are con-
ment. "It would be a repository cerned with University f ocilities.
for all kinds of students who The University says Brin erhoff,
couldn't make the grade." is "getting' its dollars' worth."
However Fraser believes' the BS The University has a unique re-
has more prestige than a new lationship with the city. No other
degree would have and is more state university contracts. with
"educationally credible." their home/ city for police and fire
Tikofsky acknowledges the com- service.
mittee chose the BS route because Michigan State University, for
it provided an already-existing example has its own police depart-
vehicle for restructuring the un- ment. MSU pays 50 per cent of the
dergraduate curriculum. fire budget for the city of East
"The degree is strengthened by Larnsing. Brinkerhoff says that
the name of an existing degree ap- this figure is in the range of
pended to it;" says Alfred Suss- $500,000 yearly. Problems of juris-
man, associate dean of the college. diction do not arise in East Lan-
"I think the proposal has a sing because the universities'
reasonable chance of getting facilities are physically distinct
through the faculty. "Some pro- from those of the city.

ABRAM, Prudence
ABRAM, Sam Laud
ABRAMSON, Lawrence M.
ABRAMSON, Leslie Wells
ABROHAMS, Ben
ACKERMAN, Gary N.
ACKERMAN, James L.
ADAMEK, Charles A.
ADAMS, Gary
ADAMS, James T.
ADKINS, Karl
ALEXANDER, David J.
ALEXANDER, Paul
ALLEN, Laymen E.
ALLISON, Paul W.
ALPERT, Charles
AMROSE, Frederick
ANDERSON, Darryl James
ANDES, Samuel Leach
AXELROD, Peter
ANDREW, Stephen Wright
ANKETRELL, Noel
ANTOLA, A. Victor, Jr.
APPEL, Corynne Fay
ARNOLD, Stephen Ronald
BAKER, George Henry
BALSAN, David H.
BARNES, James Neil
BARNOW, Ben'
BARRON, Richard Morley
BARTLETT, Lynn M.
BECKER, Jared H.
BECKER, Robert Marvin
BEEN ER, James F.
BELDA, John Edward
BELLAIRES, M. Keith
BENDER, Alice
BENNETT, Alan Charles
BERMAN, John
BERRY, J. Dave
BERRY, John H. IlI
BERRY, Mary F.
BLACK, Leslie
BLEVENS, Robert
DOANS, James
BOIGON, Howard
BOLTON, Michael
BOOTH, Peter W.
BORGSDORF, Charles W.
BOVEN, Douglas G.
BOWERS, John
BOYER, Barry B.
BRADY, Carol Brady
BRAUN, Paul D.
BRENNAN, Richard F., Jr.
BOTCHWAY, Edward A.
BRENNEMAN, Hugh Fr.
BRISCOE, Mary Louise
BRODOWICZ, Ronald E.
BROOKE, Thomas Russell I1
BROOKOVER, Thomas W.
BROT, Ronald Franklin
BROWN, Daniel A.
BROWN, Darrel Gene
BROWN, Dickson G.
BROWN, Kirk Patterson
BROWN, Rexford
BULLARD, Winston Perry
BULLOFF, Aaron

BURNS, Michael E.
BURNS, Richard Ramsey
BUSH, Neal
BUTTREY, Marisa
BYKOWSKI, Anthony
CAMPBELL, Richard
CARROLL, Joseph
CASEY, John A.
CASON, Marilynn
CHAMEIDES, Steven B.
CHANDLER, Douglas R.
CHITTLE, Thomas E.
CHRISTENSEN, Craig
CHULOCK, Robert
CLARK, Donald J.
CLARK, Emory Wendell I1
CLARK, George S.
COHEN, Robert
COHN, Richard A.
COLLETTE; William
CONE, Arthur Read Il
COPE, Charles L. 1I
COX, Robert W.
CRASE, Douglas
CURTNER, Gregory L.
DAHLBO, Robert M.
DAVIS, John Wayne
DEAN, P. C.
DEFRANK, Anthony S.
DEMLOW, Daniel J.
DEN ISON, Spencer T.
DIAMOND, Bruce M.
DICK, Randall
DICK, Brett
DOCTOROFF, Richard
DORFMAN, Diane
DORFMAN, Glenn
DRIVER, Bruce
DYER, Robert J.
EAMON, Frank D.
EDWARDS, Patricia S.
EFREYMSON, Stephen W.
ELEFANT, Fred
ELLIS, Stephen C.
ELRICK, Stephen B.
ELWORTH, George M.
EPSTEIN, Donald R.
ERICKSON, R. J.
EVANS, Robert David
EVERSON, David E.
FABRE, Edwin George
FAJEN, James A.
FAGAN, W. Thpmas
FARBER, Gene
FARQU MAR, Keith Burnett
FEENEY, James P.
FELDMILLER, George ,
FENZL, Terry E.
FICHTNER, Ralph Paul
FINE, Philip R.
FINKE, John
FINKEL, Judith
FORBES, Jane
FORELLE, John M.
FORREST, jruce
FRASER, Craig B.
FREDERICK, James
FRIED, Jules
FRIEDMAN, Douglas

FRUCHTMAN, Larry
FRYE, George R.
GALBO, Tiber Matthew
GARAM, Peter
GARFUNKEL, David Adam
GARGAN, James Vincent
GAULDEN, Booker T.
GENTRY, Michael
GEORGE, Barry B.
GEORGESON, Adamant N.
GEWECKE, Robert Wm. Jr.
GIFFORD, L. Andrew
GRAHAM, Robert
GREEN, Jack
GREENBAUM, Joel
GREENIDGE, Stanley
GROSSMAN, Ronald S.
GRIER, Eli
GRINSTEAD, Darrel J.
GRODE, Lance S.
GRUBER, Fred
GUDEMAN, Edward J.
GUSLAFSON, Peter L.
GUTTERLAITE, Andrew L.
GILLIS, Geoffrey L.
GINGLES, Randall J.
GINSBERG, Robert S.
GIRARD, David W.
GIVENS, T. S.
GLENN, David A.
GOLDMAN, Barry
GOLDMAN, Leslie J.
GOLDMAN, Robert
GOLDSTEIN, David A.
GOLDSTEIN, David T.
GOODING, Robert E., Jr.
GOODMAN, Steven H.
GOODSTEIN, Peter
GORDON, Bruce Robert
HAINES, Andrew W.
HAMMER, Alan
HANFLIK, Henry M.
HANLON, Eugene F.
HARRIS, Jonathan R.
HARRISON, J. Michael
HARWOOD, David
HAWKINS, Carl S.
HAY, Howard C.
HAY, Thomas Harold
HAYS, John James
HAZLETT, George S.
HEAVENRICH, John D.
HELT, Daniel W.
HENCKEN, Robert Lawrence
HEWITT, Stephen W.
HEYMAN, S. Richard
HIER, Marshall D.
HILLMAN, Roger
HILTON, James Robert
HOFFMAN, Peter
HOLLENSHEAD, Neill Harry
HOLMES, Roger
ISRAEL, James F.
ISRAEL, Stuart M.
JACOBS, John E.
JEAKLE, William Glen I1
JEANSON, A. Roger
JELLINCK, Robert M.
JENSEN, David C.

JONES, Hugh McKean
JONES, James Todd
JOSEPH, Robert T.
JUSTIN, Jim
JENNINGS, Thomas
KACZMAREK, Robert
KAHN, Gerald H.
KAHN, Judy
KALLEN, Lawrence
KAPLAN, Frank M.
KAPLOW, Roebrt David
KANE, Mary Kathryn
KIRKPATRICK, Laird C.
KING, Charles Ronald
KIRBY, Wayne A.
KISSICK, Ralph L.
KLEIN, John E.
KLEIN, Lori M.
KLUTE, Creighton Frederick
KOCHIS, Stephen Timothy
KOEN IGSKAECHT, Richard
KOHN, Richard M.'
KONECKY, John Phillip
KEARNEY, John
KENNEDY, Marc
KEPES, Richard
KILGRIFF, Stephen
KOTT, Brian J.
KOUKLIS, John C.
KRAFT, James M.
KRAHL, William Franklin IV
KRASSNER, Michael L.
KRECKMAN, Alfred H., Jr.
KRONK, Edward Miles
KRONK, Michael
KROF, Robert Charles
KUENHOLD, 0. John
KUNTZ, Karen E.
KUSSY, Edward V.
LACCHIA, Thomas W.
LAKE, Brian
LANDER, Louise
LANOCQUE, Donald
LA RENE, De Day
LAUGHLIN, John
LAX, Charles
LAZAR, Bruce
LEE, Louis
LE FEVRE, David
LE FEVRE, John
LEICHLITER, Van H.
LEMPERT, Richard 0.
LEPENE, Alan
LEWIS, David B.
LICK, David M.
LIGHT, Mark Thomas
LIPSON, Frank
LIPFORD, Ralph
LIST, John Jay
LOEB, Alan Michael
LONGO, Giovanna M.
LOPUS, Lyle L.
LOWEN, Richard N.
LUBITZ, Alan P.
LUMSDEN, Dennis James
LYNCH, John J.
LYONS, John Terence
McCARTHY, John Richard
McCAULEY, Matthew P. T.
McCULLOUGH, M. Bruce

Mac DONALD, George
Mac DONALD, Norman
MACEK, Gary M.
McENTEE, Joseph L., Jr.
McFARLAND, Robert E.
McGONAGLE, John J., Jr.
McGUIRE, Michael D.
MACHEN, William F.
McINTYRE, Kenneth J.
MACKAY, Jon C.
McMAHON, Thomas P.
McNEILL, William C., 111
McNENLY, Peter Frederick
MAK, Paul Ernest
MALONE, Thomas P.
MARLINGA, Carl J.
MARSH, Mary Thompson
MARTENS, Richard A.
MARTIN, Gerald Tim
MARTIN, James Arthur
MARTINEAU, Steven W.
MASTBAUM, David C.
MAYERSON, Frederic
MEYER, Franklin
MILLENSON, Debra
MILLER, Allan
MINIKEL, David
MOODY, E. Craig
MOORE, William S.
MOORE, Winston Sidney
MORRIS, Ralph A.
MOSELEY, George B., III
MOUNT, William Sullivan
MUDGE, George Aired
MURPHY, James P.
MURPHY, Patrick James
MURRAY, Cornelius D.
MUSKOVITZ, Mblvin J.
MYER, John Rea
MYRICK, James
NARDONI,Silvio F., Jr.
NASATIR, Seth
NEELY, Daniel H.
NEMIROU, Arnold M.
NUERNBERG, William R.
NEUHARD, James R.
NINTZ, Richard
NOBLE, C. Richard
NORRIS, Robert
O'BRIEN, James
OGDEN, John
OLSON, Robert L.
OLTMAN, William C.
PACE, Mary Patricia
PALMER, Charles A.
PARK, Corey Y. S.
PADGETT, Squire
PFIZENMAYER, Richard F.
PHILBRICK, Allen J.
PHILLIPS, Cecil M.
PLATT, Norman A.'
PLATTO, Charles
POINDEXTER, Gerald Glenn
POWELL, John Albert
PRICE, Andrew S.
PTASZNIK, Victor F.
RACE, Peter S.
RAMRAS, David Nathan
RATNER, Marvin

REIF, Wanda
REIFER, Joseph R.
REMMEL, N. Charles, 11
REULING, Michael F.
RICHARDSON, Alan H.
RINDFUSZ, Robert D.
RINGSMUTH, Ron M.
RINSKY, Arthur C.
ROBBINS, Dennis L.
ROBBINS, Jeffry P..
RODES, Gerald Jay
ROGIN, Edward B.
ROOSEVELT, James M.
ROSENBLATT, Fred
ROSS, Terry L., Jr.
RUTLEDGE, Charles
RYDER, David R.
SANDALOW, Terrance
SAKAI, Theodore 1.
SAMMIS, Robert
SAMPLINER, Thomas A.
SAUDEK, Robert E.
SAX, Joseph L.
ST. ANTOINE, Theodore J.
SINGER, Gerald
SISITSKY, Mark
SMITH, Gifford Decker
SOBIESKI, John Leonard, Jr.
SOBKOWSKI, Joseph
SOLOMON, Steven A.
SONDAK, Robert
SPAULDING, Benjamin W.
SPECTOR, David Malcolm
SPENCER, Robert B.
STEINER, Peter
SPURR, Stephen J.
STAEBLER, Michael B.
STAEBLER, Sally W.
STARKOFF, Jay
STARR, Susan K.
STARKWEATHER, William H.
STAYMAN, Robert Fox
STEIN, Robert Alan
STONE, Andrew G.
STONE, Robert D.
STUTZ, Richard Gregory
STYKA, Ronald J.
SUKENIK, John
SUTTON, Walter L., Jr.
SWARTZ, Gordon Elliot
SWEET, Allan Jay
TAGUE, Peter Winston
TAYLOR, H. William
TAYLOR, Michael C.
SAXE, Joel Brian
SAYLER, Richard M.
SCARFF, Douglas
SCHAD, Lawrence'
SCHARF, William Harris
SCHELLIE, Pete
SCHEMBER, Steven George
SCHIEMANN, Don Anthony
SCHLOSSER, William L.
SCHMELZER, Franz Robert
SCHMIDT, George Charles Jr.
SCHMIER, Michael K.
SCHNEIDEWIND, Eric J.
SCHRAVER, David M.
SCHREIBER, Kurt Gilbert

SCHWARTZ, Gary
SCHWARTZ, Marilyn
SCOTT, Edwin
SCRIVNOR, Down
SEFCOVIC, Paul
SEITZ, Henry
SENDAR, Michael
SERVAAS, Steve
SEWARD, Allin
SEYMOUR, Donald
SHAPIRO, Simcha
SHATTUCK, Stevan D.
SHELL, Richard Nathan
SHELTON, Donald E.
SHER, Robert J.
SHERIDAN, James E.
SHULLMAN, Harold Kenneth
SIEDEL, George
SIEGEL, Richard Gerald
SIEGEL, Robert James
SIEGMUND, John
SILVERMAN, Donald H.
SIMONE, Frank J., Jr.
SINGER, Abraham
THOMAS, Michael John
THOMAS, Norris J.
TILLES, Roger Bruce
TOBIAS, Charles
TOIVONEN, Dennis William
TRINKLEIN, Jack L.
TROTT, Thomas G.
TUCKER, Donald Frederick
UNKOVIC, John Clark.
VANTE BUNTE, James E.
VANDER MOLEN, Julia J.
VAN DE STREEK, Nervin
VERDON, Karin Ann
VON BONIN, Konrad
WAITE, Nicholas B.
WALKER, Gary L.
WALLACE, Harvey
WALTER, Ronald
WARBRICK, Colin
WATERS, James Louis
WEIL, Richard Barry
WEILER, Clifford
WEINER, William
WEISTEIN, Philip
WEINSTEIN, Stanford B.
WEISS, David
WELCH, Edward M., Jr.
WELLS, Robert C.
WEST, Richard Barr
WHALEN, Thomas
WHITE, Fred
WINNICK, Steven
WINOKUR, Lawrence
WITT, Jay Herndon
WOHLSTADTER, Jeffrey
WOLFF, Georgetta
WOODRUFF, Fred
WILLIAMS, Donald Cruit
WILLIAMS, James Robert
WILLIAMS, Robert C.
WILLIS, Frank
WILTON, Timothy Joseph
WRIGHT, L. Hart
WRIGHT, Edward Joseph
YAMAICAWA, Yolchiro

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Recruitment and Placement
for the Michigan Department of
Civil Service will
interview prospective
college graduates for career
positions with the State of
Michigan on April 4, 1969.
Interestet in all majors.
Contact the Placement Office to
sign up for interview.
An Equal Opportunity Employer

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