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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Wednesday, January 15, 1969
Reed students create
black studies dept.
PORTLAND, Ore. (CPS)--Reed radicals Reed had plenty and still
College has always had a dual re- does.

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Press and World Affairs with P r o f .
Ben Yablonky. 8:00 p.m. Opera Night
-Bizet: "Carmen" - Leontyne Price,
Robert Merrill. Vienna State O p e r a
Chorus and Vienna Boys Choir; Vienna
Philharmonic Orchestra; Herbert von
Karajan, conductor.
Thursday 1:00 p.m. Assembly f or
Human Rights "Meet theADelegate",
with S. 0. Adebo and A. A. Moham-
med, Nigeria, and Anton Vratusa, Yugo-
slavia. Thursday 4:45 Conservation Re-
port with Prof. Karl Legler. Thursday
aT5T15 p.m. U-M Feature Story with Jack
Hailton. Thursday 7:30 p.m. U-M

PI.A CEMENT
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putation.
Current Position Openings received Nationally it is known as one of
by General Division by mail and phone, the best, most liberal, and most
not interviews on campus, please call
764-7460 for further information: innovative colleges in the country.
George G. Sharp Inc., N.Y.C.: Naval. Locally it is known as a "pinko-
Architects and marine engineers f 4 r m beatnik haven." Long before Berk-
seeks structural engineers, exper in ship eley and Columbia became known
structures preferred, will be assttforlargepopulations of freaks and
head of structural section.folagpputinofrekad

D:spit, this reputation Reed
had ne - nad a student protest or
Seen much controversy about the
school itself. It is a private school,
and the citizens of Oregon are
more worried about incidents on
campuses like the University of
Oregon which are supported by
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WEDNESAJANUARY 15, 193 Symphony Band - one of a series of Owens-Illinois, Inc. Toledo, Ohio: Ac- --stax lwunds. And the students them-
half-hour programs conducted by Wil- countant, acctg. degree, no exper ne- jselves always seemed more nter
y a m"D. Revelli. Thursday 8:00 p.m. cess. New Plant in Milan, expansion op- sd*off-campus
Day Calendar U-M Symphony Band - a live concert por. Seet. 1.U L than in campus protest.
from Hill Auditorium, part of the 24th National Association of Manufactur- th ere as aryess
annual Midwestern Conference on ers, Southfield, Mich.: Public Affairs " Still, there has always been some
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- School Vocal and Instrumental Music. assignments in this area handled by r rent UhitL l dissatisfaction with education at
inar:_ "Management of Managers, Pro-____ Program Director - public Affairs, post- Rea eataogaFloiyo
gram No. 78": North Campus Commons, Representatives from the following tions here and in 6 sta aea rimay te stdest one studnt o
8:15 a.m. Law Schools will be on campus to requirement is better than average abil-Ce tesaongnto
AnatomySeminar Dr. F. Gaynor interview prospective candidates on the ity to communicate in writing and1 Vice President for Academic Af- ference two years ago a Reed stu-
University of Michigan: "Relations Be- dates shown. seaking, good journalism exper. or fairs Allan Smith indicated last dent, listening to students from
tween the Mechanical Properties . and Stanford University School of Law, businesscon er is very helpful, a n g hsOthercampuses talking about such
theStucur ofBoe" Rom 52 EstThursday, Jan. 16,' exp~er in community affairs, public re- night he was unsure as to whetherotecapssaligbutuh
ed Sructre ofBone, Room 1520 East George Washington School of Law, lations, trade association or commerce this information could be made education reform proposals as
edcal Cldg. 10m. Thursday, Jan. 23. chambers, available. "There is still a question abolition of grades, independent
Euclqui:Appointments made in 1223 Angell Natinoal Easte Seal Society for Crip-studyandsmaller classessaid
Deutsch. Professor of Political Science, Hall with Mrs. Johnson or by calling pled Children and iAdults, Chicago, Ill.: about what the strike's objectives m s ,
Harvard University, and author of The 4-0312. positions throughout affiliated societies are" he said. "Are these people Reed has all that and still its
Nerves of Government, "Some Implica- _____in U.S. - Executive Director. Adman- actngeaastuentsorlctizespi
tionzs of Communication Theory for Josephine De Karman Scholarships istrator. Writer/editor. 0cc. Therapists.facting as students or citizens in i o k to years but last month
Education": Wednesday. January 15, with stipend of $2500 per year available Physical therapists, staff and director fighting the landlords?"t two eas last eoer
Sch6ol 4:00toe600pa . Uiry to graduate and senior undergraduate positions. Vocational counselors a n d Peter Denton, Grad, temporary has to "blowing up." The issue was
School Cafeteria students in any discipline. Special con- evaluators. Speech and hearing thera- chairman of the rent strike steer- the same one that has caused up-
Botany Seminar: Dr. Edward L. Er- sideration given to applicants in the pists. Social work administrative posi-Ing committee said last night that e on th cause
vin, Hope College, Holland, Michigan, humanites. Applcations due by Jan. tion. Recreational therapy.m snheavals on other campues this
"Seasonal Phloem Development in 31, 1969. Further information: Financ- Utah Merit System Personnel: Cor- if the University did not comply year-black studies
Perennial Monocotyledons", Wednes- Iia Aids Office, 2011 Student Activities rectional Officer, Registered nurses, with the requests, the tenants'" In late December the Black Stu-
day, January 15 at 4:15 p.m., 1139 Nat. Building. Food and drug inspector, Statistician, i Te DecmdA th B c A
Sci. Bldg. Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Jef- Accountants. Probation and parole of- union would take some definite, nt nion rrcae e o
frePyLaufer Department of Chemistry ficer, Rehabilitation Counselor, C a s e though yet undetermined action floor of the school's administra-
GfriUr afr eMehigant "LatticeFre worker. Case Supv., Child Welfare to force compliance. tion building, demanding that the
Cotices Unrysty " chgan: tice F- Worker, Soc.Wor, Isycatric The rent strike is seeking the faculty act immediately on a pro-
qCryCalc Tulsa atinufryM ocuar.Soc. Worker, Vocational Instructor in
2Crytals", hursBda, Jan y 1m paint processes, Interviewer. information to augment their list posal they had submitted 'in No-
Broadcasting Service: WUOM R a d i o Education Colloquium: obert Or- State of Michigan: Clinical Psycholo- of properties managed by mem- vember for a black studies depart-
11Lasm.ayo 11 pm.nd alH atn Res ch m chol g r t ompter Prram r Puic In- bers of the Ann Arbor Property ment. There are 35 black student
Wednesday 11:00 a.m. The EleventhfomtnSpcaisPrait.
Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows Training School, "Engineering Behav- National Cash Register Company, Day- Managers Association. on the 1,125-student campus.
hosts an hour of news and conversation TrangS oEn gineen Behav- ton Ohio: Regional Personnel Director, Also last night a legal defense The sit-in Itself was more sym-
hbost a oros and convatu eratinior Management in the Real World":.s BA or MBA and 5-? years personnel ex-_Thitnisefwsmrsy-
Thuurtpersanrwyanuar 1969;:00.areas of amini committee of 40.law students was bolic than disruptive. Clas es went
a program of original teen-age poetry versity Elementary School Cafeteria. teon l of ga.aesfamiita
and music..tton of program. formed to act as legal defenders Ion as usual. The administration
beeology 111 make-up examination will ate t
Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Latin American be held Thursday, Jan. 16 from 7:30 Stone and Webster Engineering Cor- for the strikers. made no attempt to remove the
Lecture Series: "The Danger ofsthe 9-B porationrGardenCity, Long Is.. N.Y.: Dale Berry, '71 L, said "We students. With access to the
School System as a EBelief System" ,930 p.m., Room 3056 Nat. Set. Bldg. Chem. Process Engineer,k BSChE and wl "' ~ fedsho' iaca fiebokd
with Ivan Illich, founder andDir Please bring Blue Bk. 3-5 years, Electrical Engr, BSEE plus will try to cover the whole"fieldschool's financial office blocked,
tor of the Intercultural Documentation 10 yrs. Sr. Structural Designer. BSCE of actions the landlords might the administration paid faculty
Cener,CuernavacaMexi Part10 yrs. Structural Designer, 3-5 years. take. Our task will be to provent members by co-signing loans for
4. Wednesday 4:45 p.m. Campus News, Follett Coporation, Easton, Pa.: re-
produced by students in the speech de- ! '? cent ME grad for product design. eviction and avoid immediate them until they could get back in-
partment. Wednesday 5:00 p.m. The Xafl'nlations State of Indiana: State Recreation judgments against the r en t to the office. By the time the
-___ Specialist. exper In park and rec. facil- strikers." blockade ended eight days' later,
rrity planning. Degree in park admin and Only a couple of students were
)'Doctoral Examination for: Gerald 3 yrs. exper mnigtebriae
COME TO Martin Carlson, Pharmacology, Dis- State of 'Washington, Fisheries Phy- Tt manning the barricade.
sertation: "Effects of Nicotine up o n siologist, biochem or physiol., biomed. The Undergraduate Economics Establishment of a black Studies
Gastric Antral and Duodenal Contracs- researchrME desired. Forest Engineer, ssociation will hold an organ- department was not a major pro-
Student Book Service tile Activity in the Dog," on Wednes- 11A in forestry, or CE.ner izational meeting tonight at depaTet asnta mjorpro
day, January 15 at 10 a.m. in Room Greater Toledo Municipal Leag blem. The faculty was quick to
6d visit 6314 Medical Science, Co-Chairman: P- Toledo, Ohio: Research assistan tin 7:3 m at Economics approve that. More crucial was the
ndvitBass and R. W. Ruddon. ara ssaitc n conig ldg, for concentrators and
Al MEE sU B aDoctoral Examination for: Beth Anna mosl wt bt s and fnan,e f thes r question of control. The BSU
A i M ,, mostly: witwantedtsanonymouse, controlhrs.ver
Mekota, Music, Dissertation: "The Solo fairs of local government, he wanted anonymous control over
McLA R EN and Ensemble Keyboard Works on Jo- State of Wisconsin, Equal Opportun- the department, which the faculty
NAhNCY GELL ann Christian Bach," on Wednesday, ities Field Representative, social set. TAC+1and administration refused to
NA Cauary 15 at 3 p.m. in Room 1290 bckrnd. and 4 years exper in inter- U amends rant.
School of Music, Chairman: A, Cohen. (Continued on Page 12)Afeeihdasongtain
- After eight days of negotiation,
S r~lau'n a compromise was reached. The
department was set up with i t s
COME TO director responsible directly to
(Continued from Page 1) . President Victor G. Rosenblum.
4i> structure," he explained. "As of The BSU would "assist in the se-
Student Book Service right now, I'm pleased." lection of the first director," who
The senior officers met Monday would select the faculty.
n i 'and decided to retain the present Although they had won only
njsselection procedure this year with autonomy and not BSU control,
STEVE HANZLOVIC two modifications. "The final the students' declared a victory
Esolution, however, will involve and announced they were "going
KATHE , some changes in the Union and off-campus to have a party."
League boards," said UAC Presi- The protest also galvanized near-
ANDREA dent Dan McCreath. "There will by Portland State College into ac-
Univ. of Michigan also be some fairly extensive tion on black studies. The college's
I changes in UAC;" president ordered planning for a
-Michigan eague The special black studies 'fcurriculupm
First Floor The implementation of such speeded up.
t ~~~~~~~changes will necessitate change in_______________
the constitutions of the Union and

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said such changes could not be P
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Neighborhood groups are cur-
ently meeting to 'set priorities
nd make recommendations for
he Model Cities Planning study
oon to take place in- the north-
entral section, of Ann Arbor.
The study was made possible
ast November when the Depart-
nent of Housing and Urban De-
elopment made $112.000 in fed-
ral funds available to the city.
Ideally, say┬░ city officials, the
rniVersity will act in a resource
apacity in carrying out the study.
Donald J. Borut, city adimnis-
rative assistant, said the emphas-
s at the citizen's meetings has
een placed on making sure the
niversity simply helps to serye
he needs of the city in the pro-
ram, and does not take over
ontrol.
Citizen involvement is hoped for
s a key factor of the program,
vhich will include urban rehabili-
ation, employment, and transpor-
ation. A policy board to spotlight
roblem areas and propose poten-
ial solutions will soon be created,
ith urea residents acting as an
ntegral part of the group.

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