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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, April 2, 1969

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and Mark Van Der Hout be seated as with Myelodysplasia," on Wednesday, wise specified
DAILY OFFICIAL President and Executive Vice President April 2 at 1:00 p.m. in Parkview Medi- APRIL 8, 1969
of Student Government Council, cal Building, Chairman: G. T. Scholl. METCALF & EDDY, INC.
Council allocate $25 to Radical Caucus Health Sciences, Dissertation: "Zinc-65
toward expenses of a retreat to be held in Subcellular Fractions of Rat Tissue,"
at the Arboretum on April 12. on Wednesday, April 2 at 1:30 p.m. in
Approved: WHEREAS: The SGC rule Room 3005 School of Public H e a I t h
The Daily Official Bulletin is an prohibiting "Individual or mass acts Chairman: G. H. Whipple.
official publication of the Univer- that destroy University property orIPeterBuc ucaiBsnes""'-"-A
sity of Michigan. Notices should be significnatly interfere with the free er Bruce Buchan, Business Admmn
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r in to movement of persons or things, on the istration, Dissertation: "An Inquiry into
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before campus, are prohibited" (Regulations the Risk Taking Attitudes of Manag-
2 p.m. of the day preceding pubi- Converning Student Conduct, Page 1, ers,' on Wednesday, April 2 at 3:00 p.n. University Lutheran Chapel - April
¢cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for Demonstrations (1)) possibly may have in Room 316 Business Administration, 2nd - 10:00 p.m. - 1511 Washtenaw -
Saturday and Sunday. General been yiolated by the actions of cer- Co-Chairmen: W. W. Gardner and F! Student led devotion, Holy Communion,
Notices may be published a maxi- tain students on March 25, 1969. G. Moore.
mum of two times on request; Day WHEREAS: The governing faculties Charlotte Thiele Zietlow, Linguistics. 1UM JuarCClub:oPromotionaltAprilo3rd
Calendar items appear once only, of several schools and colleges have Dissertation: "The Gothic Text of HO at 7:30 p.m. Wrestling Room of IM
Student organization notices a r e pretended to pass rules governing the ; mans: A Decipherment, Edition, and Bldg.. all members are encouraged to
not accepted for publication. For non-academic life of students. Translation," on Wednesday, April 2 at attend - spectators are welcome t
more information, phone 764-9270. WHEREAS: Any misunderstanding 3:00 p.m. in West Council Room, Rack- n s t .
W NS YAR issue of any significance which must be ham Building, Chairman: W. H. Ben-
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2 concerning who can legitimately make nett.UM Scottish Country Dance society:
rules for students or concerning who Every Tues., 8:00 to 10:30 p.m. W.A.B.
can legitimately adjudicate c as e s Michael Ernest Weyler, Mechanical lounge, instruction given, beginners
brought under legitimate rules, could, Engineering, Dissertation: "An Inves- welcome.
at this time, prove fatal to the peace tigation of t h e Effect of Cavitation , x
of this campus. Bubbles on Momentum Loss in Tran- Issues In Urban Education: Charles
Meaing and End ofRes iars:mithe THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: sient Pipe Flow," on Wednesday, April Billings, Detroit Federation of Teach-
M n ado (S )That SGC hereby reaffirms, and warns 2 at 3:30 p.m. in 333 West Engineering ers. Sponsored by Urban Education
reviewed by Prof. John Bailey, Union the University community, that SGC Building, Co-Chairmen: V. L. Streeter Comm. of SEI, Guild House, 802 Mon-
Basem'nt cafeteria, Room 1, noon. has recognized and taken to guarantee and P. S. Larsen. roe St., Wed., 8:00 p.m. April 2nd
Education Colloquium: Dr. Richard J, students (1) "The right to be governed____
Whalen, Chairman of the Department only by such non-academic rules as Bach Club Meets - Thurs., April 3rd
of Special Education and Behavior Mo- can be changed by a democratic con-? l e enta800pS.,GAid
dification, Medical Center, University stituency to which those governed be- at : p.m. - 802 Monroe St. - Guild
House - come and have fun with po
of Kansas, "Effective Teaching of Chil- long." (Bill of Rights No. 12), (2) "The GENERAL DIVISION plse and afe the peoa-
dren with Behavioral Disorders": Schor- right to an independent, fair, and im- 3200 S.A.B. ple and jelly donuts after the program
ling Aud., University High School, 4:00 partial judiciary with jurisdiction in additional knowledge needed. For
Paul M.ittsMmorial Leture:Dr.all non-academic cases . . ." ('Bill of Peace Corps Week: March 31 - April 4. dn4
Paul M. Fitts Memorial Lecture: Dr. Rights No. 16), (3) "The right in all Headquarters in room 3529 S.A.B. third .
Donald E. Broadbent, Director, Medical non-academic cases, to be originally floor, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. No appointments
Research Council Applied Psychology judged only by a judiciary drawn from, necessary, stop in and discuss the cur
Research Unit, Cambridge, England, and responsible to, a democratic con- rent programs and your qualifications
"Stress": Aud. A, Haven Hall, 4:00 P.M stituency to which they belong." (Bill for volunteer service. Speakers are
Botany Seminar: Dr. David H. Ben- of Rights No. 17. available to groups interested in Peace
zing, Oberlin College, "Adaptive Biology Approved: That the following can- Corps, any campus group may call Miss
in the Bromeliaceae," 4:15 p.m., Bota- didates be endorsed by SGC for the Webber, 764-7460, to leave their request
nical Gardens. ! Ann Arbor City Election of April 7, for spoakers. The P.C. team will contact
Department of Mathematics Lecture 1 1969: the organization early next week.
Prof. Kenneth B. Leisenring, "A Very Robert Harris, Mayor
Easy Derivation of the Elementary For- Robert Faber, II Ward Council seat INTERVIEW VISIT CANCELLATION
mulas of Special Relativity": 2018 An- Nicholas Kazarinoff, III Ward Coun- DEFENSE SUPPLY AGENCY has can
gell Hall, 41:15 p.m. ell seat DFNESPL GNYhscn
Students of the String Department: Doris Caddell, IV Ward Council seat celled its visit April 3 The credentis
School of Music Recital Hall, 5:00 p.m. That the following candidates be of those holding appointments will be
Degree Joint Recital: Douglas Smith, recommended by SGC: sent to the Agency, please call Miss
trumpet, Norman Sunderman, clarinet: H. C. Curry, I Ward Council seat i Warren, 764-7460 if you wish to be ad-
School of Music Recital Hall, 7:00 p.m. Henry Stadler, V Ward Council seat. ded to this list or have any questions.
Cinema Guild-A Western: Architect- That SGC recommend a Yes vote on -:-
tre Aud., 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. the annexation proposals that will ap- PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS
University Choir and Symphony Or- pear on the ballot; Placement Interviews held at Gen-
chestra: Maynard Klein, conductor: Eva That S C allocate $100 to be used eral Division, call 763-1363 for appoint-
Likova, soprano; Katherine Hilgenberg, to prepare the mailing of these endorse- ments, or come to 3200 S.A.B. Please
contralto; Waldie Anderson, Evangelist, I ments and recommendations;' make appts. as early in the week as
Oscar Hen'ry, tenor, Willis Patterson, That SGC approve the mailing of possible.
Christus, Antonio Perez, Pilate; John these endorsements and recommenda- FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1969:
Henkel, bass; Robert Clark, organ; in tions to all registered Ann Arbor voters MihgnDprmn^fCvlSr
J. S. Bach's "St. John Passion": Hill that are students at the University of ice nsig ich.m and statewideServ
Aud., 8:00 p.m. Michigan. degree levels and all majors for bank-
Professional Theatre Program: Shake- That SGC allocate $100 to the Harris ing, Blol., Cartography, Computer ar-
speare's Hamlet by the Stratford Na- for Mayor Campaign.neas, Insurance, Library, Mgmt. Trng.
tional Theatre of Canada: Lydia Men- Accented: The resignations of Coun- Mt
delssohn Theatre, 8:00 p.m. cil members Howard Miller and Mark es Mehandising, Personnel
.Production Publ. Admin., PubI, Rela-
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-Daily-Peter Dreyfuss
Drug talk
Over 100 students sprawled over 1osher's lounge last night for a
panel discussion on the physiological and legal aspects of drug
use. Dr. John Pollard, reknowned drug expert, Dr. Julian Villar-
real of the pharmacology department, Herman Schwartz of the
law school and an Ann Arbor drug user led the informal discussion.
STUDENT-RUN COURSE:
IICapproves option
Con 2 requirements

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opportunity to drop out of 'Logic.'
I will not teach it if the students
who could contribute most to it
are in the proposed communica-
tions course."
Following a 13-5 vote which
amended the motion to establish
the course by making it an al-
SDS plans
to protest

ternative to the required courses
Maurer said "The decision changes
my relationship to the Residentia
College. As a result I must resign
from the curriculum committee
and the assembly."
The adopted course-proposal ex-
plains "the most important value
of & 'liberal arts' college is the
academic standard of animated
inquiry that is often suppressed
by arbitrary requirements."
According to Lynn Eden, '71,
who co-authored the proposal,
"The first s e m e s t e r requirec
courses do not offer the studenjt
the opportunity to state his owr
responsibility."

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S 1 1i111 i -J1X11 "A non-authoritarian classrooms
situation with student - teachers,"
(Continued from Page 1) said Miss Eden, "is ashealthy op-
SDS members agreed they would tion for those freshmen who havet
not address CSJ, but would in- this kind of confidence in them-x
stead present a list of demands selves."
"to the University" at the hearing. In a statement made after the
They will request thatthe hearing meeting, Cohen said, "I am un-1
be open so students can be present sure of the merits of student-run
to hear these demands. courses, but I am anxious to ex-
"We're not going to defend our- periment with them In the RC."
selves," Sole explained. "But we'll "The core curriculum is a largera
use the hearings as an indictment experiment of greater impor-
against the University." tance," Cohen insisted. "Alternat-N
SDS members will demand that ing it piecemeal, offering optionss
the University end all war re- presently unknown in nature to
search, abolish ROTC and bar ,key courses in the curriculum, iss
military recruiters from campus. an unfortunate procedure and one,
, A representative from the Law- that can only do serious damageI
yers' Guild was present at the to the RC."
meeting and offered the guild "In my view, the steps takenc
services to any SDS member who this evening were all considered,
wanted it. ; and I earnestly hope that they
The offer was rejected by SDS will be revised."
members however-apparently be- Associate Dean James Robert-t
cause they wanted the hearings to son, director of the Residentials
focus on the political issue and did College observed "The decision-f
not want to be acquitted on a making progress in RC is terriblyf
technical legal point. important to the vitality of thes
SPS members say there is a college."s
reasonable possibility that they "I'm not sure," he continued,t
will be able to use the CSJ hear- "that the decision reached tonightx
ings as a political forum. Prof. succeeded in satisfying an im-
Arnold Kaufman of the philosophy portant element of the RC com-,
department said there is a pre- munnty-the faculty."
cedent at the University of Cali- Michael Modelski, '71, and
fornia atLos Angeles, where un- Wayne Harrison, '71 have begun
der similar circumstances protes- circulating a petition calling for a,
tprs were acquitted, and they referendum in RC which could
argued on political points in their force the assembly to reconsider
hearings. last night's action.
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General Notices
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
AT ITS MEETING MARCH 27, 1969
Appointed: Mirphee Klein, Bil1
Schroeder and Gayle Rubin to the Of-
fice of Religious Affairs Policy Com-
mittee.
Approved: That SGC establish a
temporary committee to study campus
security needs; and compile a list of'
demands (including improved lighting
on all streets and areas in the campus
vicinity; a University financed bus
service to provide transportation for
students living in dormitories on the
"hill," Oxford Housing, and housing
units along the .Hill and Washtenaw
area and' present these demands to the
University as soon as the study is com-
pleted.
Mike Farrell will serve as chairman
of this committee.
Appointed: Joan Shemel, Howard Mil-
ler, Roger Keats and Mike Farrel to a
temporary committee to revise SGC
Election Rules.
Approved: That SGC allocate $100 to
Tutorial Project toward expenses of
a panel discussion to be held at the
Michigan Union.
Approved: That SGC urge IHA to
work together to establish and escort
service to assist women students.
Approved: That the following state-
ment be adopted: Considerable confu-
sion and Ill-will have resulted due to
SGC election procedure misunderstand-
ings, and discrepancies and omissions.
Acknowledgement is made of the re-
cent difficulties experienced and seri-
ous efforts are being undertaken to
alleviate these problems to insue that
a similar situation will not re-occur.
The issue which must be confronted
is neither the method of election, nor
the philosophy embraced by vying can-
didate, but rather whether or not the
students will have a viable and ef-
fective government. This is the only
faced at the present time.
Therefore, it is strongly urged that all
students and student organizations
support the new executive officers of
the Student Government Council, and
agree to work together for improve-
ment of the University community.
Honest
r to God
s CHILI

SGC will debate and vote on the fol-
lowing motions on A p r i 1 2, 1969 in
Room 3540 at 7:30 p.m. Interested per-
sons are invited to participate in the
debate personally, by petition, or by
some other means.
Approval of amendments to the Coun-
cil Plan.
That Interfraternity Council be re-
turned to its ex-officio seat on Council.
That Black Student Union, Graduate
Assembly, and Bursley Hall be offered
ex-officio seats on Student Government
Council.
DEARBORN CAMPUS: Admissions
counseling for Ann Arbor campus stu-
dents interested in transferring to the
Dearborn campus. Make an appoint-
ment in counseling office to meet with
Mr. Robert Vokac on April 2 between
9 am, and 4 p.m.
MAY FESTIVAL USHERS - A num-
ber of ushers are needed for the 1969
May Festival, which will be given in
Hill Auditorium on April 24, 25, 26, and
27. Persons who may be interested, call
668-8597 and ask for Mr. Warner.
~octor-al Exanis

tions; Purchasing, Writing, Statistisj
Social- Work and RecreationN
These are the final interview visits for
Spring, 1969, Please call 764-7460, Mrs.
Wiers for further resources for-your job j
hunting, of let us know if your plans
are complete.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B. LOWER LEVEL
Genesee County Drain Commission.
Flint, Mich., has position for Civil or
Sanitary engineers with two years col-
lege completed, for office a n d field
work.
INTERVIEW APRIL 8, 1969:
Camp Nahelu, Mich., coed, 10 a.m-
5 p.m. Positions for cabin counselors,
waterfront director, instructors in arts
aad crafts, gymnastics and dramatics.!
ANNOUNCEMENT OF OPPORTUNI-
TIES, not interviews, contact S.P.SI5 :
212 S.A.B. for details:
CAMP CHATEAUGAY, N.Y. coed. Op-j
enings for Trip Master and male coun-
selors to teach tennis, soccer and water.
front activities, contact John Steinberg,
at 769-0748 for information.
GENESSEE COUNTY DRAIN COM-i
MISSION, Flint, Mich. has openings for
Civil or Sanitary Engineers with 2 years
college. Office and field work.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
128 H, Vest Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room rs..

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Edward Charles Hansen, Anthropol-
ogy, Dissertation : "Political Dimensions
of Social Change in Rural Catalonia
(Spain)" on Saturday, March 29 at 10:00
}a.m. in the Anthropology Department
offices, Chairman: E. R. Wolf,
{ David Edward Meyer, Psychology.
Dissertation : "Memorial Processes in
Classifying Affirmative Universals," on
March 29 at 10:00 a.m. in K-215 Lloyd
House, West Quad Chairman: J. E. K.
Smith.
Virginia Marie Petit Education, Dis-
sertation: "An Analysis of the Teach-
ing Behaviors of PSSC a n d N-PSSC
Physics Teachers and Their Effect on
Student Cognitive Performance and
Student Understanding of the Process
of Science," on Wednesday, April 2 at
10:30 a.m. in Room 4209 U.H.S., Chair-
man: B. E. Voss
Marjorie Catherine Becker, Education,
Dissertation: "A Study of the Effect of
Interdisciplinary Communication on
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