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Thursday, April 3, 1969'

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ECONOMIC ORIENTATION

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By LORNA CHEROT
Radicals of varying pigmentation and
leftness converged on the Union last night
to hear John Watson, founder of the
League of Revolutionary Black Workers,
and radical lawyer Ken Cockrel speak on
the emergence of the black proletariat.
Watson concentrated on the goals and
function of the league-and organization
which serves as the central committee for
several revolutionary unions including the
Dodge Revolutionary Union Members and
the Eldon Assembly Revolutionary Union
Members.
Cockrel focused his remarks on the use
of the legal system in the country to legi-
timize repression.
Watson, who opened the discussion, said
the league is composed of "persons radical-
ized by the contradictions of American
society." We will implement the programs
espoused by white Marxist-Leninists and
we will succeed where the white so called
radicals' have failed," he added.

"The league is not a group of 15 or 20
people saying 'We're going to save the
world,' Watson claimed. "We're hundreds
and thousands of people organized into a
force against racism, imperialism and
capitalism."'
Watson noted that the movement is no
longer primarily centered on students
membership, but has now become a work-
ers' struggle. "Students may be able to
close down a school for a day, or a greater
length of time," he said "but this does not
hurt the nation as a whole; namely, be-
cause they haven't been hurt Where it
really counts, and that's in the economy.
"Workers are the ones who are in a
position to effectively shut down the means
of production," Watson added.
Watson, said he believes the workers'
revolution could most successfully mani-
fest itself in a national general strike. "If
in one plant on one day we could cost
Chrysler 2,000 cars, the damage caused
by a national general strike would be in-
estimable," he explained.

However, Watson said the league is ham-
pered not only by disputes with corpora-
tion heads, but also with the older, tra-
ditionally unions which are dun by "hacks
for the corporation managers.
As Che Guevera's rallying cry was, "Not
one, but many Vietnams," Watson's could
be not one but many Chryslers.
Ken Cockrel, who followed Watson, out-
lined tactics employed by "the Man and
his legal system" to legitimatize repres-
sion.
Cockrelrs primary crticism was aimed
at Gov. William Milliken, Mayor Jerome
Cavanaugh, the "rollers' and the Judicial
Tenure Commission, for their attacks
against Recorder's Court Judge George
Crockett-a "man fast becoming a black
martyr."
Crockett, has been criticized recently for
his handling of cases regarding an alleged
shoot-out between members of the Repub-
lic of New Africa, and two Detroit police-
men.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 3
Day Calendar1
Professional Theatre Program: Ben
Jonson's "The Alchemist" by the Strat-
ford National Theatre of Canada: Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theater, 2:30 and 8:00j
p.m.
Paul M., Fitts Memorial Lecture: Dr.
Donald E. Broadbent, Director, Medical
Research Council Applied Psychology
Research Unit, Cambridge, England,
"Speculation and Plans": Auditorium
A. Haven Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Department of English Lecture: An-
gi~s Fletchpr, Professor of English, State
University of New York at Buffalo:
Rackham Amphitheater, 4:10 p.m.
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Michigan
Chapter: Initiation today, Thursday, 4
Hall (basement3.
p.m. in Michigan Union Assembly Hall
(basement).
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Banquet:
Dr. J. Allen Kynek, Northwestern Uni-
versity; "The Astronomer as a Human-
ist: The Emerging Concept of the Uni-
verse": Michigan Union Ballroom, 6:30
p.m.I
Cinema Guild: "I Vitelloni" directed
by Federico Fellini: Architecture Aud-
itorium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
Department of Chemistry: Dr. N o e I
Hush, University of Bristol,-"Interval-
ence Transfer": .1200 Chemistry, 8:00
p.m.
University Jazz Band: Carl J. Alexius,
conductor, Iris Bell Trio,, guest artists:
Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
U.S. Military String quartet: .M ar k
Sokol, violin, Thomas Le Xeck, violin;

Don Ehrlich, viola; David Gibson, cello:
School of Music Recital Ha,1, 8:30 p.m.
General Notices
South and Southwest Bag Lunch, Dr.
John Headington,. U. of M. Medical
School, "Medical Education in Thai-
land", Friday, Apr. 4, Lane Hall Base-
ment, noon.
Doctoral Exams
Leo John Kipfmuelier, Speech, Dis-
sertation: "The Effect of the Palatal
Lift and Modified Palatal Lift on
Speech and Velopharyngeal Function,"
on Thursday, April 3 at 9:00 a.m. in
246 Victor Vaughn, Chairman: T. D.
Prins.
Steven Joel Rubin, Comparative Lit-
erature, Dissertation:- "Richard Wright
and Ralph Ellison: 'Black Existential
Attitudes," ' on Thursday, April 3 at
10:00 a.m. in East Alcove, Rackham
Building, Chairman: R. J. Niess.
Seichoong Chang, Electrical Engi-
neering, Dissertation: "Scattering by a
Spherical Shell With a CircularaAper-
ture," on Thursday, April 3 at 1:00
p.m. in Room 1213 East Engineering
Building, Chairman: C. T. Tai.
John Thomas Tielking, Engineering
Mechanics, Dissertation : "A Linear
Membrane Theory for Pressurized Axi-
symmetric Shells," on Thursday, April
3 at 1:00 p.m. in 201C West Engineer-
ing Building, Chairman: S. K. Clark.
Beverly Faught Jones, English Lang-
uage and iLterature, Dissertation: "The
Foundations of Dr. Johnson's Political
Thought," on Thursday, April 3 at 1:30
p.m. in Room 7638 Haven Hall, Chair-
man: A. W. Allison.
Gregory Vern Jump, Economics, Dis-
sertation: "An Econometric Model of
the Financial Sector of the U.S. Econ-
omy," on Thursday, April 3 at 1:30
- p.m. in Room 19 Economics Building,
Chairman: D. B. Suits.
Alvin Ray Hooks, Education, Disser-
tation: "A Study of the Relationship
Between Collective Negotiations and
the Activities of the Secondary School
Principal," on Thursday, April 3 at

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2:30 p.m. in Room 3206 U.HS., Chair-
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Theodore Harris Fleming, Zoology,
Dissertation: "Population Ecology of
Three Species of Neotropical Rodents,"
on Thursday, April 3 at 3:00 p.m., in
room 2009 Museums, Chairman: E. T.
Hooper.
Stephen Benjamin Seidman, Mathe-
matics, Dissertation: "Completely Re-
gular Mappings," on Thursday, April
3 at 4:00 p.m. in Room 1011 Angell Hall,
Chairman: Morton Brown.
Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Interview Visit Cancellation: Defense
Supply Agency has cancelled its visit,
April 3. The credentials of those hold-
ing appointments will be sent to the
Agency, please call Miss Warren, 764-
7460 if you wish to be added to this list
or have any questions.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division by mail and phone:
not interviews on campus. Please call
764-7460 for application details:
State of Illinois: Administsatve asst.,
in Bus, and Econ. Dev., Assistant Men-
tal Health Supt., Law Enforcement Ex-
ecutive, Psychologist in child guidance
and adult, Personnel Officer, Welfare
Executive.
Vari-Tech Company, Grand Rapids,
Mich.: Electronic Design Engineer,
BSEE, and exper. in solid state, instru-
mentation, digital and analog circuitry,
and transducers.
Management Consultants: Account-
ant, CPA with 2-3 years. CTS represen-
tative. Controller, 5 years exper. Resi-
dent Mgr., commercial loan dept.,
bckrnd in commercial lending and
acctg. Director of Corporate Planning,
econ. and over 5 years, CPA pre. Col-
lege relations rerpesentative. Manager
of dev. 2-5 years training exper. Acctg.
Manager, 5 yrs. Financial Analyst, 2
years exper. Operations Director in
treasurer's dept. Dir. of Admin. Serv,
purchasing bckrnd.
City of Detroit: Mich: - Jr. Historical
Curator, hist. grad.
New York Life Insurance Co., South-
field, Mich.: Management Trainee, 5
years leading to General Manager, BA
or Lb. Arts Bach. degree, current
grad. or recent alumni.
City of Monroe, Mich.: Civil Engi-
neers at two levels, new CE grads ac-
ceptable.
Mclnerey Spring and Wire Company,
Grand Rapids, Mich.: General Ac-
countant, EDP training helpful, degree
req.
State of Oregon: Engineering t e h-
nicians in construction and drafting.
Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago,
Ill,: Positions in sales, mktg. res., cre-
dit, acctg., programming, syst. anal., IE,
Law, Agric. sales, personnel, ChE, EE,
Research in variety or nat'l. si., phy-
sicians, medical writers, pharmacists,
statistician.
National Jewish Welfare Board. The
personnel services of this organization
has issued its booklet of job openings
in Jewish Community Centers, m a n y
states, 'many areas with varying de-
grees.
EDUCATION DIVISION
Wayne, New Jersey: The Wayne Hills
Senior High School is in need of a
Band Director for September, '1969.
Position includes 3 classes in Instru-
mental music, concert and marching
bands. Mr. John Kuzmich, Director, is
on tour with this band and can be
reached for appointments for inter-
views at 517-339-2887 between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. from April 8 to April 10.
For additional information contact
Mrs. Staelin, 764-7459.
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vote on
options,
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alternative, admitted misgivings
about the result.
"I believe in the proposal," said
Miss Katzman, "but I'm worried
about the sense of community
around here. I don't like to see
things railroaded through."
The adopted proposal sets up a
"Communications" seminar which
is a course in learning how to
learn, based on the idea that a
passion for animated inquiry can
be passed on by sophomore and
junior (instructors)."
Each seminar will choose its.
own approach to the study of
communication, and students se-
lected to lead each seminar will
receive academic credit for their
work.
According to Lynn Eden, '71,
who co-authored the proposal, the.
cpurse is to be offered as a "core"
alternative to "introduce some
flexibility into the core curricu-
lum" which is a set of courses
presently required of all students.
Prof. Arnold Kaufman of phi-
losophy, although he favors the
student - run course, expressed
"some sympathy" for those oppos-
ing substitutions to - the "core."
"But if some eValuation of the ex-
periment is planned," said Kauf-
man, "I think it should be tried."
Addressing himself to the reser-
vations of opponents, Kaufman
maintained that "people should
not be so uptight about the possi-
bilities of failure, since we're fail-
ing all the time anlyway."
Legf-islaturc

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"We have major needs in micro-
electronics," says Farris. "Inidus-
try is getting far ahead hf the
universities.
Besides equipment and faculty
problems, the engineering school
faces serious difficulties in im-
proving instruction.
"Our most pressing need is to
unify our instructional program
on the main campus with our re-
search on North campus," says
Farris. "The separation is, pretty
difficult to live with."
Van Wylen says the college is
asking for planning money so the
school's planned move to North
Campus can be eventually com-
pleted.
"We started 15 years ago and
we're only halfway through," Van
Wylen explains. He believes it
would take at least eight years to
plan construction, and move to
the new buildings, even if the
funds were available. "The split
is driving us -batty."
The age of the school's present
facilities creates some problems
"Because we've had .a fixed quota
for admissions we haven't en-
countered a space problem," says
Farris. "But our facilities are old."
He points to West Ep;gineering,
built in the 1920's, as an example,
Despite being split in two parts,
lack of equipment, 'and the ex-
pected' failure of the Legislature
to support new staff positions, the
engineering college will continue
its work. DeaF Van Wylen ex-
plain, "We do the best with what
we've got.

praises.

president of Ferris

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LANSING (P) - A compromise
draft of a controversial House
resolution commending President

Richard D. Crable Director o
Recruitment and-Placement

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Victor
Ferris
terday
The
asking
police
racial

Spathelf of strife-torn
State College passed yes-
by a close margin.
action praises Spathelf for
the governor to send state
to the campus during the
troubles there last Febru-

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THE RHYTHM METHOD

rock out some live sounds at a
STUDENTS FOR HARRIS
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for the Michigan Department of
Civil Service will
interview prospective
college graduates for career
positions with the State of
Michigan on April 4, 1969.
Interested in all majors.
Contact the Placement Office to
sign up for interview.
An Equal Oppgrtunity Employer

ary which resulted in the arrests'
of 300 black and white students.
The arrests came after black stu-
dents locked-in the administration'
building and were surrounded by
a mob of whites outside the build-
ing, who refused to disperse. For
three days prior to the arrests,
Ferris had experienced racial ten-
sion and small scale outbreaks'
which resulted in several injuries.
The resolution also 'praises stu-
dents for working to improve race
relations.

The compromise draft modifies
an earlier draft introduced by De-
troit Democrat E. D. O'Brien. His
version sought to commend Spat-
helf for his "quick action" in supi-
pressing the four-day disorder,
O'Brienrs original resolution had
caused a legislative deadlock in-
volving three weeks- of floor de-
bate and party caucuses.
The compromise measure broke
a deadlock. But final action was
brought under threats from House
leaders to continue yesterday's
session past midnight if no -,,ote
came. The final tally was 59-54 in
favor of the compromise.
Passage of the resolution left
unclear whether the House may
now move on to other <matters
since O'Brien may continue to
fight for passage of his defeated
resolution.

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