THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, September 19, 1969
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Day Cal endar
Intenatinnal Symposium on Blood
and Tissue Antigens: Dow Auditorium,f
Towsley Center for Continuing Medical
Education, 9:00 a.m.
South and Southeast Asia Club
Brown Bag, Sept. 19, 12:00 Noon. Lane
Hall Commons Room, Speaker: F r a n
Nitzbwer, Dept. of Anthropolotv,
"Peoples of the Himalayas.",
U of Al LIbermanriArl LeAguv *duiuay,
Sept. 22, 7:00 p.m., 3Z of the Union,
Policy Meeting: decisions on organiza-
tion and action for the year.
"Instant Help", a Christian Science
Lecture by Jules Cern. 8 p.m. Monday,
Sept. 22. UGLI Multipurpose R 00o m.
Sponsored by the Christian Science Or-
U of M Judo Club First Meeting Sept.
18 New Members are requested to come
to the wrestling room of the I.M. Bldg.
at 7:00 p.m. with clothing suitable for
exercising. Class begins at 7:30 pm.
Bach Club meeting Thursday, Sept.
18, 8:00 p.m.; 1236 Washtenaw. Speak-
er: Ronald Byrnside, "How Bach Han-
dels Rhythm". Refreshments and fun
afterwards. Everybody welcome!
"Instant Help", a Christian Science
Lecture by Jules Cern. 8 p.m. Mon-
day, Sept. 22. UQLI Multipurpose room
sponsored by the Christian Science}
U of M Scottish Country D a n c e
Society Wednesday 8-10:30 p.m., W.A.B.
Instructions given, beginners welcome!
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Physical Therapy Club Meeting, Sept.
17, 7:30 p.m., Physical Therapy Dept.,
University Hospital, 3rd Floor. Patient
Demonstration. Everyone welcome.
Thomas Ml. Cooley Lecture: Politics, Engineering Placement feeting No. 3:
The Constitution, and the W a r r e n "Employment Interviewing and PlantI
Court, Philip B. Kurland, Professor of Visits." What to expect and how to
Law. The University of Chicago, "The act. during employment negotiations.
Problems of a Political Court": 100 Third of four meetings. Professor J. G.;
chins Hall, 3:30 p.m. Young. September 22, 1969, 4:00 p.m.
Astronomical Colloquium: Dr. Dennis and 7:30 p.m. in Room 311 West En-
Walsh, Nuffield. Radio Astronomy Lab- gineering Building. (Afternoon a n d
oratories, Jodrell Bank, "Recent Re- evening meetings will be the same.)
search at Jordell Bank"; 807 Physics-
of these advisory committees policy
Approved: That SGC co-sponsor a
Viet Nam Teach-in on September 19th
Approved: Technical amendments to
Accepted: Resignation of Council
member, Shelly Kroll.
Approved: That SGC reaffirm its
WHEREAS, a number of University
professors have expressed the inten-
tion of calling claes off on October
15. 1969. in conjunction with the na-
tionwide strike on university campuses
as a demonstration against the in-
volvenent of the United States in the
war in Vietnam,
WHEREAS, President Fleming h a s
threatened to discipline these profes-
sors for such participation in a boy-
cott on classes on October 15,
Astronomy, 4:00 p.m.
Stearns Collection of Musical in-
struments Lecture Series: Gwynn S.
McPeek, lecturer, "Fiddlers and Pip-
ers: Medieval Musicians in Beverly,
Yorkshire": Rackhain Amphitheater,
Bursley Council is sponsoring a card
section at Saturday's football game.
Make the card section a success. Meet
in section 32 at 12:45 p.m.
The University of Michigan, Student
Relations Committee. Monday, Sept.
22, 1969. at 7:30. Council Room, SAsB
Building. 1. Consideration of the Min-
utes of the September 15 meeting. 2.
Report on the Housing situation. 3.
Review of SGC Bail Fund Policy. 4.
Student Input into University decision-
making. 5. Report of the I-M Commit-
Career Planning: 764-6338, under-
classmen planning majors, srs. and
grad. students making career plans. Li-
brary of occup. info and counseling.
Geneal Division: 764-7460, seniors and
grad. students. Interviewing, director-
ies, Iterature and job openings from
government, non-profit, business and
Education Division: 764-7462, seniors
and grad students. Placement in pub-
lic, private, overseas; elem., secon., col-
lege, univ. positions in teaching and
Summer Placement: 764-7460, Room
212, Lower Level. Underclassmen, srs.,
grad, married, and foreign students.
Positions in camps, resorts, parks.
business, gov't, nationwide and abroad.
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY position on abolishing ROTC o nthe
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCILI University of Michgan campus.
AT ITS MEETING SEPT. 11, 1969 Defeated: To amend the SGC Con-
situation by in Article VIII, Section A.
Approved: To amend Article VI, Sec- deleting "three-fourths of the whole
tion 2 of the Operating Procedures by number of voting members" and in-
deleting the entire present section and serting "two-thirds of the whole num-
inserting, "2. The nominating commit- ber of its voting members."
tee shall be composed of five members D : H :l p
of SGC selected by the Council." Defeated: WHEREAS: A small group
Appointed: Mary Livingston. M i k e1of students and non-students acted
Farrell. Bob Nelson, Mark Van Der today to disrupt classes in a university
Hout and Al Warrington to inteview accredited subject,
candidates for the three vacant Coun- MOVE: That the Student Govern-
cil seats. ment Council censure in no uncer-
Approved: Petitioning for the three tain terms this breach of academic
vacant Council seats will open Mon- freedom which kept a university fa-
day, September 15 and close Thursday, culty member from teaching students
September 25. who have voluntarily elected his cur-
Approved: To run a Daily ad up to riculum. FURTHER MOVE: That SGC
the amount of $80 to advertise peti- remind all those students who partici-
tioning for vacant Council seats. pated that, if charged, they are sub-
Approved: The SGC agree to meet ject to the discipline of CSJ.
with the Regents for discussion and4 *
definitive action in regard to the book- SGC will debate and vote on the
store issue on or before Thusday after- following motions on September 18,
non. Q-tembr 18, 1969. 1969 in room 3540, SAB. Interested per-
Approved: MOVE: That SGC conduct soils are invited to participate in the
a rally and march to the Admnistration debate personally, by petition, or by
Building to confront the Regents with some other means..
the bookstore issue. *
FURTHERMORE: That SGC demand' MOVE: That SGC appropriate up to
that the Regents include a discussion $75 to the New Mobilization Committee
of the bookstore issue with student for publicity'.
representatives in their formal agenda
of September 19, 1969, and WHEREAS, an intergral and vital as-
FURTHERMORE: That SGC strongly pest of a University community is the
urge that the Regents hold t h e i r academic freedom to which students
meeting in a larger room to allow for and members of the faculty are en-
full public viewing of their delibea- titled,
Approved: That the time of the rally
on the bookstore be changed from 1
p.m. to 2 p.m. on September 19, 1969.
Approved: That the deadline for re-
moving recognition of OSA Advisory
Committees and recalling appointees to
them (motion of Jne 26, 1969) be
changed from September 15 to October
1 so that Council can examine the role
Council adheres to the
academic freedom, and
jdissent, and supports
the right of
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that
SOC draft a letter to President Flem-
ing expressing support for any mem-
ber of the Univesity faculty who calls
off classes for October 15, and con-
demiing any disciplinary action which
might be directed at these members.
MOVE: That SGC co-sponsor with
the New Mobilization Committee the
October 15th strike.
RESOLUTION adopted by The Office
of Student Organizations Policy Com-
mittee at its regular meeting on Aug-
ust 14. 1969.
MOVE: That SOC ask Off Campus
Housing not to distribute the pam-
phlIt '"Student Apartments, R i g h t s
stay tuned for 4th
and Responsibilities" and distribute in
tts place the "Tenant Unon Guide."
MOVE: Constitutional change in
ventral Student Judiciary Constitution
IX, A. 1 to read: "1. Each member of
the Judiciary shall serve for a term of
one year, five appointed at the be-
ginning of the fall term and five ap-
pointed at the begininng of the winter
term. No one shall be a member of
Council during his term of office. No
one shall serve more than three terms
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MOVE: That SGC formally close its
store on October 15 in support of the
MOVE: That SGC restrict the use of
its mimeo paper and supplies to SGC
members and committees for SGC pur-
MOVE: That SGC increase the num-
ber of at-large Council seats by 4,
all to be elected in November, and
that SGC encourage campus organiza-
tions to run candidates for Council
under their specific tickets.
MOVE: To accept changes in elec-
tion rules and a code of election rules.
for Men and Women
alterations and remudeler
specialties in shortening ladies
coats, slacks, and skirts.
No longer with Comelet Bros.
in business for himself
1103 S. University
above the drug store
Packaged 4C Order
Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m. 662-4241
Saturday 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. 662-4251
CO-OP LAUNDROMAT--730 A.M.-11 :30 P.M.
Is your dollar shrinking
to about the size of a Volkswagen?
2275 s. State St.
Wouldn't you really rather have a
Depends on how you-look at it. We aren't blowing grass in
the rack room and wearing beads, if that's what you mean.
. -In fact we sit at desks and wear neckties a lot. Q But
if you think that gives Ma Bell a passion for the status
quo, you aren't with it. People intent on maintaining