THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, October 4, 1969
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SATUIDAY, OCTOBER 4
ing. If any student should hiacve de-
cided to postpone his directed teaching
or drop it altogether, he should in-
form this office of his decision by this
same date, October 6.
Should any Winter candidate fail to
come to the Directed Teaching Of-.
lice by October 6 to obtain prelimin-
ary materials, his application will be
dropped, and his privilege to elect
directed teaching may be forfeited. Re-
quests for which assignments will be
based upon the applications which
have been confirmed by October 10.
Math and Physics for Computer Syst
Analysis, and Inside and Territ Sales.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14
Air Force Logistics Command, Bach
Gen Lib Arts, Each and Mast in Math
and Econ for Mgmt Trng and Data
Chicago Papment Center of Social
Security Administration: Bach Econ,
Engl, Fine Arts, Foreign Lang, Gen
Lib Arts, Hist, Journ, Law, Libr Set,
Math, Philo, Poll Set, Psych, Speech,
Soc and Soc Wk for Claims Admin-
U.S. Iepartment of State, representa-
tive from Foreign Service for informa-
Northwester'n University graduate
school of management, Bach all areas.
Radio Corporation of America, Bach
and Mast Ecn. Gen Lib Arts, Hist,j
Journ, Math. Phs, Poll Set and Psych
for Computer sales and syst program-
WESDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1969
Caterpillar Tractor Company, Bach
Poli Sei and Psych and Bach andr
Masters in Econ, Engl, Journ, Law,
Math, Poll Set and Psych, for data
proces, mgmt trng, production purchas,
territ sales and technical writing.
It. R. Donnelley and Sons Company,
Bach Econ, Gen Lib Arts, and Psych
for Data Process, Mgmt Trng personnel,
production, purchasing, inside sales,
price admin, and customer service.
Mitre Corporation, masters and PhD
in Econ, Math, Physics, psych, and ur-
Football: U-M vs. Missouri. Mich- Placement Interviews at General Di-
:lan Stadium, 1 :30 pm vision, call 763-1363 for appointments.
M1ONDAY, OCTOBER 13
Penn Central, Bach Arch, Chem,
Genierca ,otices Econ, Engl, Gen Lib Arts, Geog, Hist,
Jouirn. Law, Math, Phys, Poli Sci,
Psych, and Soc for Data Process, Mgmt
Senate .ssembly Special Meeting: Trug, Personnel, Lnside Sales, State,
Rackham Amphitheater, Monday, Oc- Transportation.
tober 6, 2:15 p m .Proctor and Gamble Distributing
Company, Each and aMst in any major
Any student desiring a secondary for Sales aMnagement Position.
directed teaching assignment for the Service Bureau Corporation, B a c h
Winter Term, 1970 must come to the and Mast in any major for a a I e s
Directed Teaching Office, 2292 Uni- management position.
yersity School, no later than Mon- Service Bureau Corporation, B a c h
day, October 6, to obtain preliminary Biochem, Chem, Econ, Gen Lib Arts,
miaterials for Winter directed teach- Poli Sci, and Bach and Masters In
ban planning for data procesing, trans-
portatio, urban pig, and R&D.
Proctor and Gamble Advertising, bach
and masters in all areas for mktg.
brnad mgmt, merchan, media adv new
packg, mktg res. and advertising stra-
Theta Sigma Phi, national profes-
sional organization for women in jour-
nalism and communications, is holding
an open rush meeting on Sunday, Oct.
5 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 3-D of the
Michigan Union to give interested1
women the opportunity to meet the
active members and to learn more about
Theta Sigma Phi. Also planned is a
panel of Theta Sigs who held media
jobs the past summer.
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Students for the Improvement of}
Counselor Education will hold elections
for three student voting positions on t
J-Dept. faculty meetings; elections
dates are Monday, Oct. 6 through Wed-
nesday, Oct. 8. J-Dept. students not re-
ceiving mailed ballots may obtain a
ballot and vote in Room 2009 of the
University School anytime during the
Graduate Outing Club Sundays, at
1:30 meet at Huron Street entrance to
Rackham . . . for hiking, canoeing,
volleyball, occasional horseback riding.
Also: Graduate Eating Club immedi-
ately following Sunday outing.
Bach Club Meeting, Thurs., Oct. 9, 8
p.m.; 1236 Washtenaw (at South Forest
near S. U.). Speaker: Harold Haugh,
"Bach as Preacher and Word Painter."
Refreshments and FUN. Everyone wel-
come (no musical knowledge needed).
For further info. call 665-6806, 663-2827,
Students in Chicago last fall
Attorney claims mistaken
identity in C(lhtcago 8' trial
m A, A
U of M Oceanological Society: Regu-
lar Meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m.;
Room 1028 Nat. Res. Guest speaker will
be John Gissberg speaking on Sea
Law, Coffee and refreshments after-
wards. All welcome!
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and an army helmet." She said
that she had been given the hel-
met by "a couple of gentlemen in
the park," who she later admi'ted
must have been demonstrators,
since they weren't undercover po-
The defense attempted to bar
testimony by a third witness Ar-
thur Aznaboorian, a Chicago po-
lice officer, when it became ap-
parent that he was part of a 24-
hour surveillance team assigned to
Defense Attorney Leonard W~ein-
glass cited three precedents in an judge
attempt to convice Judge Julius abou
Hoffman to prohibit such testi- reces
mony, on the grounds "hat 24- ed 1
hour surveillance without a search over
warrant may be considered undue on th
invasion of privacy under the meet
Fourth Amendment. to m
Judge Hoffinan explained that yers.
because he did not yet "rnow M
what the evidence will be." he witn
would reserve ruling on the issue that
until the court convenes again the c
Tuesday Inorning. glass'
The defense had earlier (.'aimed heari
that. Murray had violated the his ti;
TOPIC: R.O.T.C. Final Report
Academic Affairs Committee
Nixon presses for Senate
approval of Haynsworth
e's order to talk to .to
t the case during the n
s. Weinglass said an un-ns
erson had claimed to h
heard Murray telling his
he telephone that he 20uild
her for lunch because lie
eet with the prosecution 1
urray denied the charge on
ess stand, and further sta
he had talked to no one al
case. The judge denied W
's motion for an evident
ng and took the witness
e annual Pharmacy Lectu
nted by the college of ph
yare scheduled for Oct. 21
ze lectures will be giveni at
Towsley Center for C
ng Medical Education at
cal Center. The Program
to all Michigan pharmac
approximately 150 are exp
ieme for the 1969 lectures
inical pharmacy and its c(
tion to health care.
t Prof. Emil Weddige has
d the Best of Show award
ithograph, "USA - 1968.
International Platform Ex
n at Washington.
SA - 1968" covered mos
mportant political and so
is of that y e a r. About
s of painting, sculpture,
s were exhibited.
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Committee Ii e m b e r s expressed
some interest in adding Wein-
berg's plan to the committees
The committee's plan - which
was the general basis for the talks
-states that students should be
held financially responsible for
any losses the store might incur.
If students approved this con-
cept, in a referendum to be run
by SGC, any loss the bookstore
might incur would be made up
through a general student fee
Under this plan, the initial
funding of the store would come
through a $1.75 per student fee
assessment already approved by
students last spring, and from
about $140,000 in unused student
Yesterday's discussion was also
attended by representatives of the
coordinating committee, SGC, the
student governing bodies of vari-
ous schools and colleges and mem-
bers of the Student Relations
Much of the meeting involved
a discussion of the method of
sponsoring a second referendum.
The representatives from the
schools and colleges all said they
supported the bookstore. The con-
sensus among them seemed to be
that Student Government Council
should sponsor a University-wide
one! referendum, but the school gov-
loon erning bodies should handle the
am- mechanics of administering it.
have Student representatives from
ite the literary college, the graduate
hot assembly, the education school, the
had law school and engineering school
a- which comprise atmajority of
the University students - favored
the an SGC-sponsored referendum.
ated These students, in general, felt
Bout SGC better equipped to hold a
ein- large-scale referendum than were
s t The literary college student as-
semnbly, for instance, only consists
of a group of unelected interested
students and cannot claim to rep-
lle r-'esent the college as a whole.
1. Other representatives, however,
wanted to conduct the referendum
the, on a college to college basis.
on The representatives of the stu-
the dent bodies of the schools of busi-
n is ness administration, dentistry,
ists, music, nursing, and medicine
ect- wanted to hold their own refer-
endums as many did not want to
w pay for a bookstore which might
will not carry all the supplies they
for Illegal arrest
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Francis also charged a dis-
crepancy in the method used for
the line-up. He said Mrs. Donald
Goshe, the witness who claimed to
be the last person to see Miss
Beineman alive and with Collins,
was shown photos of Collins and
told to identify the suspect after
Collins was instructed by police
to stand in the middle of 'the line
and that he (Francis) was not
allowed to be present at the line-
Com iiedfrom P 1
"the various allegatiolns that have
attended this nomination.
"I have most carefully examined
the record," he wrote. "There is
nothing whatsoever that impeach-
es the integrity of Judge Hayns-'
worth. There is no question as to
his competence as a judge. There
is no proper faulting of his posi-
tion vis-a-vis civil rights or labor.
"It would be very wrong to al-
low unfounded allegations to deny,
this country of the distinguished
service of Judge Haynsworth on
the Supreme Court. I intend to
do all that I can to secure his con-
Hruska issued a statement say-
ing there have been "false and
completely unfounded rumors con-
cerning Mr. Nixon's position on
Order Your Daily Now
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH AND WESLEY
At State and Huron Streets
Hoover Rupert, Minister
Bartlett Beavin, Campus Minister
R. Edward McCracken, Campus Minister
9:00 aid '1:15 am.-Worship Services
"Communion Why?" with Bishop Charles
W. Brashores preaching.
6:00 p.m.-Worship, Wesley Lounge.
6:15 p.m.--Fellowship Supper.
7:00 p.m. - Fellowship Program. Wesley
Lounge. "Where Is Your Racism?" with
Dr Phillip McGee of the Psycholoav Dept.
1 2 v:00en 0o Luncheon Discussion.B'Alterna-
tives for the Future" with Rev. Beavin,
7:00 i m -Holy Communion. Chapel
7:30 am n Breakfast, Pine Room.
UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURCH
1001 East Huron
Ministers: Calvin S. Malefvt and Paul Swets
9:30 a.m.-Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m.- "Helpina People Find Them-
selves." Calvin Malefvt.
6:30 p.m -Mr. Huah Steven. Wvcliffe Asso-
7:30 p.m -Colleaiate Supper.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1 432 Washtenow Ave.
Ministers: Robert Sanders, John R. Waser,
Harold S. Horan
Services at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m
the Rev. Robert Sanders.
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
W. Stadium at Edgewood
Across from Ann Arbor High
John M. Hamilton, Minister
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
1833 Washtenaw Ave.
10:30 a.m.--Worship Services, Sunday School
8:00 a.m.--Testimony Meetinq.
Infants room available Sunday and Wednesday.
Public Reading Room, 306 E. Liberty St. -
Mon, 10-9; Tues.-Sat., 10-5, Closed Sun-
days and Holidays.
"The Bible Speaks to You." Radio WAAM.
1600. Sunday, 8:45 a.m.
For transportation call 663-7321.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
On the Campus--
Corner State and William Sts
Trerry N. Smith, Minister
Ronald C. Phillips, Assistant
9.15 and 11:00 a.m.-Communion, Medita-
tion. 'A Living Memorial," Rev. Terry N.
Church School. Nurserv care both services.
ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
306 N. Division
j8:00 am-Holy Communion.
S9:00 a.m.-Holy Communion and Sermon.
I 1 :00 a m.--Morning Prayer and Sermon.
7:00 p.m.-Evening Prover,
1236 Washtenaw Ave.
Rev. Leonard Verduin
10:00 a.m.-Sermon: "Involved?"
6:00 p m. -- Communion. Sermon: "The
LUTHERAN STUDENT CHAPEL
Hill St. at S. Forest Ave
Donald G. Zill, Pastor
9.30 o.m. Contemporary Liturav 'Holy
We also write motorcycle and motorscooter insurance.
"EASY BUDGET TERMS"
234 W. Michigan Ave.
ARLAN'S DEPT. STORE
2465 W. S
On the basis of these alleged
discrepancies, Francis asked that
the warrant, which was requested
by Washtenaw County Sheriff
89 Douglas Harvey, be declared void.
"He (Harvey) draws several
conclusions which he has no
todium Blvd. knowledge about," Francis claim-
rbor ed. Francis pointed out that the
wording of the warrant contained
-_ the phrase "he has reason to be-
lieve." a phrase which he claimed
should in itself invalidate the
l 1 :00 a.m -_
-Luncheon Discus~sion.' Exoloro-
God" with Rev. McCracken.
-Coffee Hour. Time for dialog.
7 30 o m Yuna Marrieds Wv W ley Lounge
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
IThe Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
1 51 1 Washtenow Ave
Alfred T. Scheps ,Pstor
Sunday at 9:30 and at I 1 :00 a m.-Services,
"Consider Him," Communion at 1 1 :00.
Sunday at 9:30 a.m --Sunday Mornina Class.
Sunday at 6:00 p m -Supper Program.
Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.-Church Membership
Wednesday at 10:00 p m -Midweek Devotion.
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. New Testament Sur-
vey Class, Prof. Wm. Hassold.
Friday at 7:00 p m -Choir Rehearsal.
7:30 p.m. -Bible Studv.
Transportation furnished for all services-Call
CHURCH OF CHRIST
423 S. Fourth Ave.
Ministers: T. L. Trost. Jr., R. E, Simnonon
W. C Wright
Worship Services-9:30 and I 1 :00 a.m.
Church School--9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
1679 Broadway (at Baits Drive;
Rev William S. Baker, Pastor-663-2969
Only 3 minute walk from Burslev Hall
10:00 a.m.---Morning Worship.
11:00 a.m.--Coffee break and Adult Forum.
Topic-"Peace and National Policv in 600
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
1917 Washtenaw Ave.
TIME STUDENT PlN
a concert performance featuring...
UNIVERSITY MEN'S GLEE CLUB
and THE MICHIGAN CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
SOLOISTS. Eva Likova Willis Patterson
John MCCollum Antonio Perez
James Berg Ira Zook
performing: BERNSTEIN TCHAIKOVSKY
rx - \D r A I I.. A . A
The pre-trial hearing will be
continued Oct. 8 at 2 p.m.
M ~ B uty is
wAI U A C
PACKARD ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH
Southern Baptist Convention
1131 Church St,
Rev. Tom Bloxoin
1 1:00 a.m.- -Matins
6:00 p.m.--Supper and Program at University
Lutheran, 1511 Washtenaw.
HURON HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH
Presently meeting at the YM-YWCA
Rev. Charles Johnson