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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 12, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 1 2, 1 969

De monstrators Iio01(1,
creative disruption'

t ii i Cl i71Page I1
set idilou here. antd to debate
the issues,
"Some of us vill be here every
lay you hold classes, and do
everything w cani i, short of vio-
lence, to stop military inidoctrina-
tion," he continued,
None ofl the students comment-
ed on TBltwiestoliits speech, and re-
maineci silenit for the entire class
period. 1Ildik-u questioned Blue-
st4one aibout his regard for per-
60mi.l tfreedomns.
"Were ryig t maximtize per-
soina I Ired S, aid Bluestone,
-This includes, the freedom of the
V'(itnamese pe 1ople.''
lie told Uladike that he did not
believe students had freedom to'a
choose to take courses In Mili-
tary Science.
"T taike It. you only- defend theI
treedomus,, of those you agree with,'
said lRadike,
Bruce Lev ine, a memiber of the
ha idicail Caiucuis, respoi ided to
l~idik. "We'i don't believe that if
__i1noIe decides to become a mur-
derer we should have to respect
lhir personal freedomn and allowI
them to do it," he said. "We
('ait stand by and do nothing.'' t
Radike broke off the dialogue atI
his point, and began instructing1
he class to fill out informnation
cairds for the course.I
The disrupters taunted and
bait ed the students, telling them ,
lhey- vwere being "processed" for :
('Nilloit ation. "'Yotu're signing uipI
to be miurderers," said one dis-l
runit ei'
'T'here was no reactionii romn thleI
~t idelts.
Radtke dismissetd the glass after
lie forms were filled out, and the
first "confrontation" of the day
elided.r
Disr'tition of alnother' class at
1 in., Military Science 401, pro*-
yokerd a more lively debate be- 1
%1 cween the outsiders and the
ROTC students.
F1iie cadets], in this case miostly
eno'.responided almost immed-
iate cly totHew radical comments of
the disrutewrsOiie student pre-
seiited thec'amne personal freedom
argumentf voiced eai'lier by Radike.t
Aulidi set(of a voley of lively dis-
"n Voices were seldom raised, a
chiraceii -c of discussion that
reniairned t hrotughout the day. The:
reasona ble nu8inr of the debate'
seemeifd tor impress' some of the
cadets who laid been) expecting
irrationality.
'The thingeht mipes~me
more thani any,.t hinig else is thy
sincert y of the people w,.ho have
,:lprr:srd themselvesc," said SpenceF
Maidlox , graid. "There have beent
no, violeiiuphecavals,"
Ch iris Sc igntetit, a ROTC student,
was, also r impressed by the tone of i

the debate, "I used to think
was a bunch of slobs,"' he
adding that he may change
of his views on the basis of
lie had seen and heard.

SDS
said.
some
wvhat

DAILY OFFICIAL
BIULLjtET IN:
Daiy+C a len (1(1r
B~asic 1ireinanship 'Trainfing ('oulr'se
IlI: Civil D~efense Traimii''OCet er,
North Campus, 83:00 amni
Degree Recital: Diane Ciaatu.:.ur
-an: Hill Auditori um, 8:00 p m
(;enera(l Notices

At 3 p.m. the disrupters entered
the class rooni of Army Major W/il-
liam J. Morgan, wxho wxas to in-

struct course called MS III. Engineering Placement Meeting No, I:
Engineering Market and Placement
By this point in the day. Ai'mnyServices." Salary and demand trends
ROTC commandant Col. H. K. and how to use the Engineering Place-
Reynolds was becoming increas- meet Ser'vice. First of foir imeetings.
lingly upset wxith the disruptions. Primarily for seniors and g radua te stu-
dents, but open to all lnteested, Pro-
At approximately 3:15 Reynolds fessor J. Ci, Young. September 15,
announced to the MS III class that 1969, 4:00 pin, and 7:30 p.mn in Room
if the disrupters were still lpresent! 311, West Enigineerirng Building. (Af-
in twvo minutes, the class would' ternoon and ve ing meetintgs will be
be ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h ofiilydsisd sainte.)
be oficall dimised.All 'Teac'her's Certificate Candidates:
'Thie application for the teacher's certl-
Seeinlg that the disrupters xxe'e ,ficate is due at the beginning of the
going to remain, some of the junior year. It should be turn;ed i
cadets left. Some stayed behindI to the School of Education. 2000 Uni-
todebate howxever, and another versity school, by September 15th.
to Lawn School Admission 'r'est: Applica-
dialogule followed. tion blanks are available in Room 3014,
Radkham E'ailding for the Lawe School
Reynolds refused to comment oin Admission Test. 'The next administra-
the day's activities, lion of the test will be onl Saturday,
November 8, and applications are due
The ROTC instructors were so- j m Princeton, Ne'w Jersey before Octo-
licitous of the disrupters through- ber 17.
out the day, allowing them to do ".Applications" for U.S. Goveriimient
Scholarships for 1970-71 tinder the
as they pleased. Capt. MeLaugh- Fulbrighit-Hay',s Act:Mtist. be completed
uni, wxhose 1 p~m. Militar'y Science and filed with the Graduate Fellow-
401 class was interrupted, invited ship Office, 1014 Rackham Luilding,
thestuent todisussimpriaism1 by October 6, 1969,.Lander the FimI-f
thestdetstodicus mpl'alsm bright program, over 275 American
niext wxeek. "I assume you'll be' graduapte students will have aii op-
back,'' le Said. Iportunlity to atstdy iinaiivone. of 50
coutieis for one year.
Throughout the day, phiotog- candidates who wvish to apply for
raphers representing the Engin- an" award iiust be U.S. citizens at the
[i netof application, have a Bachelor's
eermng Council, and the v'arious Deg;ree or its equivalent b ythe begin-
branches of the ROTC, took pie- ln date of the gianlt, and in muoat
tur'es of the disr'upters involved- ' .es, be proficient in the language
most likely for identification pul"- O' the host country. Selections will be
madte on the basis of academic record,
poses should they decide to file a. the feaibility of the applicant's pro-
complaint, be filed against tihe dis- posed stud~y plan aiid personal quali-
rupters with tile Central Student ficatioiis. Preferenee la given to candi-
Juldiciary or civ'il authorities, dates who have not had prior extended
stutdy or residtence abroad, and who aire
- -~ - -Liiider the age of :z5
Applicationi foiiis and inf orim.at ion
A recenlt survey by twxo Micig,,an for students r'urrentily.enrolledl at the
resear'cher's indicates that mnost of Uiiiversity=' of Mhi n may be obtain-
America's retired peole are eln- ed cfroii the Gridtiate Feilows.hip 0f-
lice, 1014 IkiaimDeadline for filing
joyinlg retir'emenlt, and more peo- compilleted applicat ions is October 6,
p~le ar'e planning early retirement.! 1969. Qualified acidiniterested students
are turged to act expedientilv ioirdeir
However, Richard E. Barfield that, necessary procedu( res may be coin-
and James N. Mor'gan of tile Sull- pleted by tiltsdea:dkl.
vey ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I yecihCne t ieIsi oUti %,ave :n'.' q est ionrsregard -
VeyResarc Cetel attheInsi- llgthis 1libuotiiieent please call 764-
tiue for Social Resear'ch warn of M811.
increasing financial discrepancies lI.S.& A. JU NIOR1-SiEN IR l'oL'sElEING;
betwxeeni those wxho plant foi' early OE'E"jC1'ADV'ANCED C.ASsIVI'l(A'I'ON
resienilit nd hos whoretre APPOIN'l'i'i,N'r :
l'ti'ellntaidthsexvtoreiie liian etfortto umi sizethetimie
unexpectedly "'often without plan- requliredl to imake appoiintinenta '.v it Ii
ilinig and in 1mo0t cases with inl- counselors. for i\Vnteir'Terns 1970 ee-
ldequate r'(tirement lIcomles-.'' io101k and to help red tice tih' lines iii-
0'olvedl,th1e. J an:(ur-Sen:ior CotunselI ig
0 Ofice i thle CllG)N' ofLit erature, Sdi
-yeii(e, and thle Art- l.,i . -it d a pro-
11 C N A "I",r 4 f lV c'~' edtrlrI oraakiing these.appoinitmien ts.

\As vou viil note below, the fields of
concentration have been listed in four
grouipinigs. If yot il~il find your field
i o conc'entrti'aoninii the lists and deter-
mine your gi'oup number, you will be
able to select the appropriate dates oii
which you ma', appear to niake an ap-
. o01ntn22i'it
G.rout? I: Astrioniomiy, Celtular i'ioh-
ogv tsrs, ini dept.), Chemistry, Class-
ical Sttidie: , Far Eastern Lang. & Lit.,
F': r Eastern Stutihes, Geography, Geol-
o xHistory, of Art, L~inguistics, Near
L -terii iLng. & L~it.. Rtussian Studies,
Sla,vic Lanig, & Lit..- Studies in Relig-
ion". Phy'sics, Zoology.
(;roul) Ii: American Ctultur e. Coin-
ilitin.(eatom Science, Etnglish. English
T.Cd.. Mathematics, Mathmaties T.C.,
Philosophy, Social Work.
Group III: Biology', Botany, Econom-
ics, History, History 'r.C.. Journalisms,
Political Science.
Group IV': Cellular Biology (Jrs.
Only) , Fretich, eGrinan, Music Lit., Pre-
Dent., Pre-Legal, Pre-Med, Pre-Profes-
sional Psycholog Y, Romance Lang, T.C.,
Sociology, Sp <anish, Speech, Speech Cor-
reetion,
G;raduatinig Seniorsf those graduat-
ing ini April 1970 may appear onl the
dates indicated below to make their
aippoinmeniift's.
Group I: Sept. 15 thru Sept. 22 - ap-
p~ointmenits made in dept. office.
Group II: Sept, 15, 16 - appointments
inade at 1223 Angell Hall,
Group III : Sept, 17, 18 - appoint-
mIiio'ts made at 1223 Angell Hall.
ro-tp IV: Sept, 19, 22 - appoint-
ietsmadec at 1223 Angell Hall,
Secoiid Semester Sophomores, a 1 1
J unior s, and all Seniors (who have not
pireviotusly made appolintments) appear
on the dates indicated below.
Croup I: Sept, 23 thru Sept. 30 -
appointints made in dept. office.
Group I1: Sept. 23, 24 - appointments
!madec in 1223 Anigell Hall.
Grioup III: Sept. 25, 26 - appoint-
ments made in 1223 Anigell Hall,
EGroup IV: Sept. 29, 30 - appointments
made ini 1223 Angell Hail.
In oi'der to facilitatte this procedure
it will be necessam'y to maintain strict
adlherenice to the- abot e schedule and
for yot to appea r in person to make
the appointoment. Students who do not
made' an appointmnent during the
scheduled per iod for their group wtill
hav e to wait tint il October I or there-
aflt er.
Althlough yoti ae asked to make your
atppoiintmniit as per thei abov'e sched-
tile, you will not be at a disadvantage
it yon are in one of the later groups
since all thle appointmnit times ( from
September 30 - December 2) for your
fi'ldl of Concenti'ation will be avail-
able oii thei'first day your group is
'schedutled to imake' appointments.
Students wvishiiig to see a cotunselor
regarding current electionis or related
matters before advanced classifications
begins should see the egular recep~tion-
ist iin 1223 Ane ll Hail or at the ap-
propria te diepairtinen toisecretary to
Sttideiitsawith less than 55 hours
AERO FLYING CLUB
is accepting
memb~ers now
FLY FOR LESS
The least expensive
way to learn

elected aot the end of thxe current termi
siotildi follow the ap~pointmit'Iiplroced-
tire arianged by the Freshmnm-Sopho-
more Counseling Office, 1213 Amigell
Hall. All Honors progi'aminstutdeiit s,
should disregard therse pro ecedtie and
make thei advancedi clay:slfic,,tion 1 lp-
p~oinltmients in 1210 A1nge UIL Al.
P1~( ('CliiniiiSer 121CC('
3!00 S.AA..
Career lanning: 764-6338. under-
clansamen planning majors, al's., and
grad. students niaking career pl~anis
Library of occuTp. info c5 couniselinog.
General IDivisioni. 764-7460, seniors
and grad, atutdents,. Interifew ing, direc.-
tories, literatutre and rob oeinsfrom
governImenit, noii-lpiofit.'mesan
industry.
Education lDii n: ',64-74621, seln-
iors anid gr'adisttudents., Placemntt iii
public, p~rivate. overseas: elemu. secoil.
college, Univ. positions in ceachiing and
1administration.
GENERAL DIVISION and
EDUCATION DIVISION
Registration Meeting for Seniors and
1Grad. Students: Information on activ',i-
ties this year. interviewing, andl re-
gistration procedures. Coiie at 3 or
4 p.m. next Tuesday Sept. 16 to Atud. D
Angell Hall.
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