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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 21, 1966)

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, September 21, 1969

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the University's Fresh Air
Camp.
The Milazzo project has met
with objections at the ed school
for its failure to involve under-
graduate students, aside from
the difficulties it faces in De-
troit.
Bookstore
proposal,
opposed
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dum," he explains, "but we wil
do it our way.,,
The Regental vote on the book-
store hinged on a few Regents
changing their minds.
Lawrence Lindemer (R-Stock
bridge) voted against the book-
store in July, but on Friday he
voted for the compromise propo
sal.
Two of the more liberal Regents
Otis Smith (D-Detroit) and Ger
t r u d e Huebner (R-Bloomfiel
Hills) also seemed incensed wits
the students at the meeting. TheS
were both blasted by Rent Striki
Coordinator Peter Denton for fi
nancial affiliations with large aut
companies and not student o
worker concerns.
The students, are still consider
ing action against the plan. SG(
plans to meet tomorrow night t{
decide its position and a mas
meeting will be held in the DiaE
at 12 p.m. Tuesday to consider
what the student positioncshoulc
be.
Council members seem fairl:
unified in opposition to the Re
gental method of conducting th
referendum and administratio
control.
McLaughlin says the plan is a
present totally unacceptable an(
says he willnow only settle fo
student domination of the book.
store policy-making board.
McLaughlin explains "if t hf
r'ally and march had not c o m(
off, the Regents wouldprobabl3
believe they could have pacifiec
the students. This showed then
they could not and cannot."

An undergraduate urban
teaching program was recently
recommended by a committee
report finished last April, and
chaired by Prof. David Angus.
Although the report called for
initiation of its proposals this
semester, Dr. Leonard Sain, the
ed school's coordinator for ur-
ban programs, admits that
"there is nothing implemented
in regard to this particular pr-o-
posal."
He credits the Angus commit-
tee with "stirring up a lot of
interest", but attributes the
delay to time needed to study
the recommendations.
Sain points to a "field ex-
perience" option in Inkster for
students who prefer working in
a model "urban" population
rather than other sites in Ann
1 Arbor, Ypsilanti, and Willow
Run.
But he says that an inte-
s grated course program to ac-
company urban field experience
is not feasible, since the Ink-
- ster project attracted only six
- student teachers and about 30
e teaching aides.
Another University plan,
which was first formulated by
, members of a University - De-
- troit liaison committee 1 a s t
d spring, would provide pre-col-
1 lege instruction by University
Y faculty to disadvantaged high
e school students.
- But Dr. William Cash, t h e
o University's co-ordinator f o r
human relations, says "the pro-
gram is not complete - we're
- still working on the details."

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conductor and Andre Watts, piano solo-,
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
Recital: Marilyn Mason, organ; Hill
Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.r
General Notices

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Placement Interviews at General Di-
vision: Call 763-1363, or come to 3200
S.A.B. to make appts. Employers expect
to see a resume on interviewees. Stop in
and discuss registering to have a set
of credentials. Appointments accepted
Up to 4 p.m. day preceding visit, time
preferencesf ill up fast however.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
U. S. Marine Corps, Freshmen, Soph-
omores, juniors, and seniors and grad-
uates in all areas of the College of
LS&A for officer programs.
U.S. Nagy, all majors and degree lev-
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Engineering Placemeni t eeting No.
4: "Success on the Job." Common dif-
ficulties of transition from school to
work nd how to avoid them. Fourth of
four meetings. Prfessor J. G. Youngr
September 23, 1969, 4:00 p.m. and 7:30
p.m. in Room 311, West Engineering
Building .(Afternoon and evening meet-
igs will be the same.)

HELP SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO LEARN!
Students at Washtenow Community College ore fighting for a chance
to learn. Will you help them? Join the University of Michigan Tutorial
Program and spend a few hours a week ,tutoring a iunior college stu-
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for an appointment.
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Make-up final examinations for Ger. U.S a ri Cors
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 man 101, 102, 111, 231, 232, and 236aU.S. Marine Corps, same as Mon.
will be given Monday, September 22, aboyee
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.; 101 in room 3008 U.S. Navy, same as Mon. above.
] s yr( ~ a ,J. C. Penney Co.. all bachelor de-
Day Calend B; 102 in room 3012 B; others in
rom 3020 FB. Students must' get grei conisidered for management
written permission from their former training programs in Mich and Ohio
Concert: Dinisio Lind, carillonneur, teacher and register in the German area.
St. Martin's Episcopal Church, N e w Department, 1076 Frieze Bldg. by noon, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1
York City, Burton Memorial Tower, Monday, September 22. Johnson and Johnson, BS Anal, and
1:15 p.m. Organic Chem., Bach, in Econ., Gen.
Choral Union Series: New Y o r k Lib. Arts, and Math for mgmt. trng,
Women of the University Faculty: production, transportation, and ac-
The.meeting on Monday, September counting positions in Chicago
29th will start at 5:30 with dinner at U.S. Marine Corps, same as Mon.
A Z6:00 in order to allow members to above.
attend one 8 o'clock meeting in Rack- U.S. Navy, same as Mon. above.
ham at which President Fleming will TIIURSDAY, OCTOBER 2
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UM Oceanological Society: Business
and organizational meeting Tu6z.,
Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., room 1040 Nat. Res.
Bldg. The film "Sea Lab II" will be f
shown. All interested in any aspect of
Water Resources or Water Problems
are welcome!
Utof :ILibertarian League, Monday,
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. Mon-
day, Sept. 22. UGLI Multipurpose room
sponsored by the Christian Science
Organization.
Concert Dance Organization Tuesday,
Sept. 23, 7:00 - Men's Modern Dance
Technique, 8:00 Coed Beginning Inter-
med. Ballet. Wed., Sept. 24, 7:15 - Coed
Intermediate - Advanced Modern Tech-I
nique. Artists and Mysicians welcome.
Questions? Call 663-9167.

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 23

Noon Luncheon

BARRY BLUESTONE: "Issues Re ROTC"
SUNDAY EVENING -7:00 p.m.
Meeting of Student Religious Liberals, continued discussion
on "WHAT CAN ONE BELIEVE?"

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