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SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIGHT SECURITY RULES
Student Relates COFO Efforts

THIS WEEK'S

EDITOR'S NOTE: Following arej
excerpts from a letter written by
University student Diane Runkle.
Miss Runkle is working with the
Council of 'Federated Organizations
on its voter registration project in
Hattiesburg, Miss. The letter is to
Walter Scheider of the Ann Arbor
Friends Meeting.
The Neshoba County killings-
and we're all sure that the boys
(three missing civil rights work-
ers) are dead-made us all both
sick and scared. The danger was,
made very real for us. I think 10
vounteers from the second session
returned home.
For myself, at least, most of
the fear disappeared when we ar-
rived in Hattiesburg. The commu-
nity is better organized than most,
and people are very friendly. For
example, the ladies of the com-
munity come in every day and
cook us lunch.
Our schedule is roughly as fol-
lows: We arrive at the office at
8 a.m., at 9 go out and canvass,
come back for lunch and go out
again until 6 p.m.
This week we have had mass
meetings in churches every night.
(I am . . . getting tired of Free-
dom songs). The meetings let out
about 10 p.m., then we go back
to the office for either a staff
meeting or to go home.'
We are under very tight secur-
ity regulations. We have to sign
out to go down the street for a
cup of coffee. We are never to go
out at night, especially alone, ex-
cept to go to the mass meetings
or work in the office. We are
also learning to remember makes
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and licenses of cars that circle
the building or follow us and to
identify the unmarked police cars.
We do not, in general, talk to
white strangers, and we canvass
in teams (never a Negro boy and
white girl). In order to keep us
out of Jail, we are not to be in
any demonstrations all summer.
And if you read otherwise in the
papers, as I understand has hap-
pened, it is probably false infor-
mation.
You must have read of the
shooting of the two cars here. It
didn't upset anyone too much. In
general, the discipline involved in
taking precautions is intellectual
awareness of potential danger
rather than emotion.
Canvassing is hard, slow, hot
work. For the first time in my
life, I am happy when the day
looks cloudy. Most people tell you
they'll go (to register), and they
are behind you, "Yes, Ma'am," but
it takes a real push to get them
to the courthouse. Some admit to
fear, most tell you they're too
sick. There are more sick people
i Mississippi than anywhere in
the world.
And while they use the excuse
to hide behind, I think that for
the most part it is in fact true.
The people here, especially in the
rural areas, are tremendously poor..
Once in a while you talk to a
fighter, someone who goes back to
register four and five times. That
makes you feel good.
We all feel welcome on the Ne-
gro side of town and anyone who
says that Negroes here are happy
is guilty of Senator Eastland's "ra-
cial fiction."
Distinctive
Haircutting
FOR PEOPLE WHO CARE!!
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near Michigan Theater

I don't know what you might
want to do, if anything, but we
were asked to stress that COFO
needs money - now, and badly.
They need materials for the
schools and community centers.
There are little things like Mis-
sissippi license plates for cars
(four per cent of the car's value)
that are expensive but essential
for security purposes.
As far as I know--and they
keep us fairly well posted - no
one (from Ann Arbor) has been
arrested. Emily (Gordon) is in
Batesville, in the Delta area. Joe
Harrison was assigned to South-
west Mississippi, but right now it
is considered so unsafe that no
volunteers have been sent in and.
are scattered over the state.
--Diane Runkle
A cro"s
Campus
Zorro Again..
Cinema Guild will show Douglas
Fairbanks in "The Mark of Zorro";
Buster Keaton in "The Paleface",
and Harold Lloyd in "Never Weak-1
en" at 7 and 9 p.m. in the Archi-
tecture Aud.,
'Summer and Smoke'. .
The University Players will pre-
sent the speech department's pro-
duction of Tennessee Williams'
"Summer and Smoke at 8 p.m. in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
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SUNDAY
4:15 p.m.-Robert Noehren, Uni-
versity organist, will give a public
recital in Hill Aud. The program
consists of music by Bach, Franck,
Krenek, Badings and Van Der
Horst.
8 p.m.-"Education in 1984"
will be the subject for discussion
at the First Unitarian Church's
Summer Sunday Evening Forum.
Prof. Stanford C. Ericksen of the
psychology department and direc-
tor of the Center for Research on
Learning and Teaching will be the
speaker.
The church is located at 1917
Washtenaw.,
MONDAY
10 a.m.--"Education's Respon-
sibility in a Changing Culture"
will be the subject of a lecture
by Prof. Albert Reiss of the soci-
ology department at University
High School.
1:30 p.m.-The Audio-Visual
Education Center will preview
"The Twisted Cross" in the Multi-
purpose room of the UGLI.
1:30 p.m.-The Summer Biologi-
cal Symposium will present a lec-
ture on "Problems of Capillary
Permeability in Health and Dis-
ease" at Rackham Amphitheater.
4 p.m.-The English department
will sponsor Prof. Robert C. Pooley
in a lecture on "Wisconsin Eng-
lish-Language Arts Curriculum
Project" in Aud C.
8:30 p.m.-The National Band
Conductors Conference Concert
will feature the National Music
Camp Symphonic Band, conducted
by George Wilson, in Hill Aud.
TUESDAY
9 a.m.-The Summer Biological
Symposium will present a second

lecture on "Problems of Cappilary
Permeability in Health and Dis-
ease" in Rackham Amphitheater.
9 a.m.-Summer Education Con-
ference lecturer Lawrence Senesh
will speak on "Education's Re-
sponsibility in a Changing Cul-
ture."
12 noon-Prof. Arthur Carr of
the English department will speak
on Ernest Hemingway's "A Move-
able Feast" at the Noon Luncheon
Book Conference in the Anderson
Rm. of the Michigan Union..
1:30 p.m.-A lecture by Prof.
Eugene Troth on "The Child as a
Perceptive Listener" will be pre-
sented under music school auspices
in Recital Hall.
2 p.m.-"Education Reform and
the Good Life" will be the topic
of the Alan S. Whitney Lecture,
with Prof. William Clark Trow
lecturing at University High
School.
'7:30 p.m.-A linguistics depart-
ment forum lecture featuring
Josef Vachek of the Czechoslovak-
ian Academy of Science speaking
on "The Heirarchical Relation of
Written and Spoken Language"
will be given in Rackham Amphi-
theater.
WEDNESDAY
11 a.m.-The Summer Educa-
tion Conference will present Ger-
tude Noar, director of the Anti-
Defamation League, speaking on
"Education's Responsibility in a
Changing Culture" at University
High School.
1:30 p.m. - The Audio-Visual
Education Center will preview
"History of the Motion Picture:
S a d Clowns" and "Nature's
Strangest Creatures" in the Mul-
tipurpose Rm. of the UGLI.

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SATURDAY, JULY 11
General Notices~
Doctoral Examination for Richard
Lang Phillips, Aeronautical & Astro-
nautical Engineering; thesis: "The Be-
havior of Dynamic Electric Arcs," Mon.,
July 13, 1072 E. Engrg. Bldg., at 2
p.m. Co-Chairmen, R. S. B. Ong & J. A.
Nicholls.
Lecture: Prof. Robert 0. Pooley, Uni-
versity of wisconsin, will give a lec-
ture on 'tWisconsin English-Language
Arts Curriculum Project" on Mon. aft-
ernoon, July 13, at 4 p.m. in Aud. C,
Angell Hall. All interested persons are
invited to attend.
I.S.T. Special Summer Lectures -
Dr. Ian M. Mills of the University of
Reading, England, will speak on
"Theory of Molecular Force Fields and
Molecular Dynamics"-Lecture Six to be
given on July 13 at 1 p.m. in Rm. 1400
of the Chemistry Bldg.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
The Ansul Co., Marinette, Wis. - 1.
Data Processing Dept. Mgr.-Degree
bus, ad. with some acc't. bkgd. desir-
able. Min. of 3 yrs. exper. in data
processing, at least 1 yr. in some
mgmt. position. 2. Agricultural Chem-
ical Sales Rep. for Memphis-Houston
area-Degree agri, sci. Other degrees
considered if exper, is relevant. 3-5
yrs. exper. in mkt. dev. or sales of
agri. herbicides or other pesticides.
Starr Commonwealth for Boys, Al-
bion, Mich.-Counselor-will accept per-
son with BA degree & no exper. Also
take people with exper. This is a pri-
vate school for socially & emotionally
maladjusted boys.
The Grand Rapids Press, Grand Rap-
ids, Mich.-Opening Sept. 1 for a Dis-
play Advertising Salesman. Full-time
position that calls for a grad with
BA degree in advertising, marketing or
bus. ad.'Recent grad.
Large Midwestern Multi-Plant Corp.
-Opening for Training Dir. Excellent
oppor. for a man to originate & direct
sales trng. programs in the company's
diversified products divs. Prefer mini-
mum of 10 yrs. related industrial trng.
plus faculty or teaching exper. at the
univ. level.

Smith, Kline & French Labs., Phila-
delphia, Pa.-Openings include: Finan-
cial Mgmt. ,Trainee, Trainee-Interna-
tional Div., International Marketing
Ass't., Marketing Research Trainee, Ad-
vertising & Promotion Copywriter
Trainees, Sr. Literature Scientist (male
or female). Sr. Biochemist (male or
female), Sr. Medical Writer.
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co., To-
ledo, Ohio-Openings for Sales Trainees
-BA or BS degree in Bus. Ad., Mar-
keting, Commerce, Econ., or Engineer-
ing (esp. Civil). Exper. not required.
This is promotion & service in build-
ing materials div., rather than direct
sales. Draft Exempt. Shouldbe avail.
for relocation & travel after 4 mo.
trng. prog. in Toledo.
The Pontiac Press, Pontiac, Mich. -
Two openings on staff, one as Reporter
and other as Copy Editor. In both
cases, seeking persons with minimum
of 2 yrs. exper. with newspapers. The
Reporter position is gathering & writ-
ing local news. Copy Editor will edit
copy & write headlines.
Brach's, Pleasant Ridge, Mich.-Sales
Trainee-men-anq degree. Based in De-
troit during trng. Should have own-
car, but co. pays expenses. After trng.,
assignment to a territory in Mich. or
elsewhere. Co. manufacturers of candy.
Eaton Mfg., Fuller Transmission Div.,
Kalamazoo, Mich.-Process & Tool En-
gnr. Solid engrg. bkgd. in addition to
a minimum of 10 yrs. exper, Must
have machine shop exper. & knowledge
of tool design & grinding. Also open-
Ings for Senior Tool Designers,
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Rich-
mond-Seeking Special Ass't. for Pro-
grams Div. Helps with organization of
special exhibitions, with artmobiles, co-
ordination of confederation activities
and educ. & interpretations program.
Knowledge of the fine arts is highly
desirable but not an absolute neces-
sity. Must be capable of doing admin.
work: Pertinent bkgd.
Bruce B. Brewer & Co., Kansas City,
Mo.-This is an advertising agency
looking for a man to fill position of
Marketing & Media Research Director.
Minimum is BA or BS. Desire MA or
PhD in Marketing Research. Age 30-45.
Previous exper. required in sales and/or
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking and/
or swimming, July 12, 1:45 p.m., Rack-
ham, Huron St. Entrance.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Speaker:
Rev. Gordon Jones, St. Andrews Epis-
ccpal Church; Topic, "Concept of Man
in Modern Literature," Sun., July 12,
7 p.m. Hill St. at Forest Ave.

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