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Tuesday, April 8, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tuesdy, ApI ,16 TEMCIGA AL

Court upholds non-religious CO

The Justice Department is
about to decide whether or not
to appeal the key court decision
! made last month that draft ex-
emptions may be granted to
consciertious objectors on the
basis otf profound moral objec-
tions without a basis in reli-
gion.
Of primary concern is the
possibility that the case will
lead to review of the 1967 draft
law which 'excludes non-reli-
gious objections to war. That
law was passed by Congress even
:fter the Supreme Court had
extended the definition of con-
sciencious .objection in the 1965
Seeger case.
The new .ruling by U.S. Dis-
tict Court Judge Charles E.
Wyzanski raises other questions.

In his decision on the case of
John Sisson, Wyzanski pointed
to these issues:
- the assumption that Cpn-
gress has the right to conscript
in time of peace is "not fully
supported" by the Constitution,
Wyzanski says. A selective \C.0.
might be more discriminating
and have a deeper sipiritual un-
derstanding than one who op-
poses war in any form;
- "The free exercise of re-
ligion clause in the First
Amendment and the due process
clause pf the Fifth Amendment
prohibit the application of the
1967 Selective Service Act to
Sisson to require him to render
compat service in Vietnam."
The judge added that "the mag-
nitude of Sisson's interest in
not killing in the Vietnam con-

flict" is greater than "the mag-
nitude of the country's present
need of him to be so employ-
ed."
In earlier times, C.O. exemp-
tions were reserved for members
of traditionally pacifist religious
denominations. In 1940 the ex-
emption was extended to all re-
ligious pacifists. In 1948, t h e
qualifying phrase about "relig-
ious training and belief" was
added, confining it to "belief in
a relation to a Supreme Being
." The Supreme Court in 1965
liberalized the definition to in-
clude "beliefs that hold the
same place in an individual's
life as a belief in a supreme be-
ing," but Congress reacted by
tightening the definition.
The Seeger decision held that

a person does not have to be-
long to an organized church
to be a C.O., but the S u p r e m e
Court avoided the issue of
broadening the exemption to in-
clude avowed atheists.
If the Sisson case is appealed,
the Supreme Court may decide
whether non-religious persons
can conscientiously oppose war
and be ,exempted from the draft
because of their convictions.
If the Supreme Court declares
the C.O. provision of the Selec-
tive Service Act unconstitution-
al, the issue will presumably be
thrown back into the lap of
Congress. It will have to enact
an acceptable provision for non-
religious 4conscientious objec-
tion, or for none at all, a
spokesman for the American
Civil Liberties Union says.

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Arson Detection and Investigation
Seminar and Training Course: As-
sembly Hall, Michigan Union, 9:00 a.m.
Trumpet Student Recital: School of
Music Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m.
Baseball, U-M vs. Bowling Green,
Ferry Field, 3:30 p.m.
Computer and Communication Sci-
ences Lecture: Dr., Tom Westerdale,
University of Michigan, "Theorem
Proving and Adaptive Systems," 4051
L.S.&A. Building, Coffee 3:30, Lecture
4:00.
School of Music Lecture: Bertram
Turketzky, lecturer, University of Cali-
fornia, San Diego, "String Technique -
Mid-Century Inventory": Rackham Asr
sembly Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Poetry .Reading: David Young, A's-
sistant Professor of English, Oberlin
College, reading his poetry: M'ltipur-
pose Room, Undergraduate Library,
4:10 p.m.
Center For Russian and East Euro-
pean Studies: Aleksander Bait, Pro-
fessor of Economics, University of
Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, "Market Social-
ism and Economic Reform in Y u g o -
slavia": 101 Economics Bldg., 4:10 p.m.
New Music for Double Bass: Bertram
Turetzky, contrabassist, University of
California,'San Diego: Rackham As-,
sembly Hlall, 8:00 p.m.
GeneralNotices
Doctoral Candidates Who plan- to
graduate May 3 must observe the fold
lowing deadlines: (A) Three unbound
copies of the dissertation, complete in
every way except for binding, and three
abstracts must be submitted to the
Rackham, Dissertation Secretary, by
Monday, March 17. These copies are
then circulated to the candidate's doc-
toral committee for evaluation. (B)
Two corrected copies of the disserta-

tions - one bound and one unbound
-, two abstracts, and the chairman's
report on the final oral examination
must be submitted to the Dissertation
Secretary by Monday, April 14. F e e s
must be paid and paperwork complet-
ed by the second deadline.
"Educational Testing Service French
and German Test. The Educational
Testing eSrvice Test in French a n d
German administered by the, Graduate
School for doctoral candidlates is
scheduled for Tuesday night, May 20,
at 7 p.m. in the Rackham Lecture Hall.
ALL students planning to take the test
must register by 4 p.m. Tuesday, May
20, at the Information Desk in t h e
lobby of the Rackham Building. The
fee is $6.00. For further information
call the Information Desk, 764-4415."
The UM Chapter of the American#
Association of University Professors
final general meeting of the academic
year: Wednesday, April 9 at 8:00 P.M.
Mimes Room of the Michigan Union.
Assoc. Dean Alfred Sussman will speak
on faculty tenure - and related issues.
The meeting is 'open to the public.
Botany Seminar: Co-sponsored with
the Department of Human Genetics
Dr. R. W. Allard, University of Califor-
nia, Davis will speak on "Isozyme Poly-
morphosms in Plant Population", Wed.,
April 9, 1969 at 4:15 p.m. in 1139 Nat.
Sci. Bldg.
WCBN Radio (650 KHz) Mass Meet-
ing: Wed., Apr. 9; 7:30 pm; 3524 S.A.B.
Metropolitan Area," on Tuesday, April
8 at 10: 00 a.m.. in Room 4040 L,S.&A.
Building, Co-Chairman: R. D. Duke
and J. D. Nystuen.
Ronald Wiegerink, Education and
Psychology, Dissertation:' "A Compara-
tive Study of the Teaching Behaviors'
of Advantaged and Disadvantaged
Mothers," on Tuesday, April 8 at 10:00
Doctoral Exams

Planning and Conservation, Disserta-
tion: "An Urban Economic Base An-
alysis of the Rochtester, New Ydrk,
a.m. in 1600 U.E.S., Chairman: W. A.
Ketcham.
Anthony Rankin Fisher, Physics, Dis-
sertation: "Six and Seven 'Particle
Final States inoPi-nDe
Final States in Pion?Deuteron Interac-
tions at 3.65 BEVffC," on Tuesday,
April 8 at 10:15 a.m. in 1035 Rapdall
Lab., Chairman: -Daniel Sinclair.
Henry George Reichle, Aeronomy, Dis-
sertation: 'The Effect of Several Infra-
red Trans.arent Broadening Gases on
the Absorption of Infrared Radiation
in the 15 um Band of Carbon Dioxide,"
on Tuesday, April 8 at 10:30 a.m. in
Research Activities Building, Chair-
man: F. L. Bartman.
James Anderson Chalmers, Econom-
ics, Dissertation: "A Model of State and
Local 4overnment Portfolio and Real
Expenditure Bleh'avior: 1952-1965," on
Tuesday, April 8 at 1:00 p.m. in Room
19 of the Economics Building, Chair-
man: H. T. Shapiro.
Robert Lewis Rammseyer, Anthropol-
ogy, Dissertation: "Takachiho, 1868-
1968: Evolving Patterns of Community
Decision-Making in a Developing Na-
tion-Stat," on Tuesday, -April 8 at 1:00
p.m. in Room 108 Lane Hall, Chairman:
R. K. Beardsley.
Virginia Marie Morzenti DeBenedictis,
Botany; Dissertation: "Apomixis in
Ferns," on Tuesday, April 8 at 3:00
p.m., in Room 1139 Natural Science,
Chairman: W. H. Wagner.
Raymond Gerald Roble, Aeronomy.
Dissertation: "A Theoretical and Ex-
perimental Study of the Stable Mid-
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ISRAELI STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Michigan
A SALUTE TO ISRAEL
ON HER 21st BIRTHDAY,
PRESENTS:
YITZHAK LEOR, Israeli Diplomatic Service,
Speakng on "Israel Comes of Age"
YOEL SHARR, a Leading Israeli Entertainer-"Singer,
Pianst, Gutarist, Impressionist, Comedian & Composer"
NAGILA DANCERS-Israeli Folk Dancing

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