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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 14, 1969

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FILMS'
The Forgotten Village
(screen play by John Steinbeck
narration by Burgess Meredith)
ANGELL AUDITORIUM B-11 :00-12:30-2:00-3:30-5:00
Gospel According to St. Matthew
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM-11:00-3:00
Salt of the Earth
(sponsored by Radical Film
Services, 75c)
CANTERBURY HOUSE-4:00-7:00-9:00-11:00
Battle of Chicago-Season's Change
CANTERBURY HOUSE-11:00-12:30-2:00
The War Game
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM-1:30-5:30
MEDICAL SCHOOL, Room M3330-9:30-1:15
PREMIERE
Oh! What a Lovely War (Free)
STARRING: Dirk Bogart, Jack Hawkins, John Gielgud,
Lawrence Olivier, Michael Redgrave, Vanessa Redgrave,
John Mills, and Susannah York
FIFTH FORUM-1:00-3:00

HILL AUDITORIUM
9:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M.
9:00-The War and the Military Industrial Complex
MODERATOR: RHOADS MURPHEY, Director, Center for Chinese
Studies
"American Economic Interest and Military Intervention"
Graduate Students, Department of Economics
"Government, the Economy and the Military"
Daniel Fusfeld, Professor of Economics
"Decision-Making in Military Procurement Programs"
F. M. Scherer, Professor of Economics
10:30-Chemical and Biological Warfare
"A Biologist's View of Induced Death"
Robert E. Beyer, Professor of Zoology
"Nature of Weapons. Legal Aspects, and the Use of
Chemical and Biological Weapons in Vietnam"
Irwin Goldstein, Professor of Biological Chemistry
"Chemical Mace and Vietnam"
Ian MacLeod, Professor of Pharmacology
11:30-The War at Home and Abroad
MODERATOR: DAVID STEINBERG, Professor of History
"Domestic and International Context of the Vietnam War"
J. David Singer, Professor of Political Science
"A Critique of Military Strategy in Vietnam"
Raymond Tanter, Professor of Political Science
1:30-Corporations, Workers and the War
A Panel Discussion
Victor Perlo, Chairman of the National Economic Committee
of the Communist Party, and others
J. H. O'Dell, Assoc. Editor- "Freedomways"

ATTENTION
CTIVISTS I!
PICKETING ACTIVITIES Begin at 7:45 A.M.
at the Administration Bulding to Protest the

Discriminatory

Treatment of Non-academic

Employees in Relation to the Strike
MEET AT PEOPLE'S (REGENTS?) PLAZA
Picketing Crews will leave every hour on the
hour from 10 to 3 from the Diag for:
THE ANN ARBOR (CHASE MANHATTEN) BANK
THE ANN ARBOR DRAFT BOARD
THE INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
THE WAR-PRICED SUPERMARKET
THE ANN ARBOR MILITARY RECRUITING OFFICE
THE ROTC BUILDING

DEPARTMENTAL A C TI VITIES

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Noon-Business School
"Business and the Vietnam War," President
Robben Fleming
JOURNALISM
2 P.M.-Trueblood Auditorium
"What the Media (should/could/must) do in rela.
tion to Vietnam"
ECONOMIC
3 P.M.-Room 101 Economics
Symposium on the Economics of Vietnam and the
Military Industrial Complex:
PART I
1. Prof. Sidney Winter, "Intellectual Preconceptions
in the War Decision."
2. Mr. Richard England, Grad., "Economic Interests
and Military Intervention."
3. Mr. Darius Gaskins, Grad., reacting to Prof. Winter
and Mr. England.
4. Open discussion, panelists and audience.
PART I
1. Prof. F. M. Scherer, "Decision-Making in Military
Procurement."
2. Prof. Daniel Fusfeld, "The Political Impact of Em-
ployment in Defense Industries."
3. Mr. Barry Bluestone, Grad., "The Role of the U. of
M. Department of Economics in Affairs of the
Nation."
4. Mr. Irwin Garfinkel, Grad., reacting to the speak-
ers' views.
5. Open discussion, panelists and audience.
PUBLIC HEALTH
Noon-School of Public Health Auditorium
"War Is a Public Health Issue"

CLASSICAL STUDIES AND HISTORY
3 P.M.--2009 Angell
"The Thucydides and Vietnam," John D'Arms,
Prof. of Classicial Studies and David Steinberg,
Prof. of History
EDUCATION
9:30 A.M.-Play Field, South and East University
Forum - "Guns and or Butter," Wilbur Cohen,
Dean, Education School and Gardner Ackley,
Prof. of Economics
10:45 A.M.--Education Rooms
Four Panel Discussions on "The Moral and Ethic
Responsibility of Students and Faculty regard-
ing the Vietnam War"
2 P.M.--Education Rooms
Nine Panel Discussions on "The Problems of Edu-
cation at Home and Abroad in Wartime"
FORESTRY, SCHOOL OF NATURAL
RESOURCES
9 A.M.-Room 1028 School of Natural Resources
Open Lecture, "Our Many Vietnam Policies," B. L.
Driver, Prof. of Forestry
LAW SCHOOL
10 A.M.-100 Hutchins
Symposium, "The Role of Institutions (University-
Labor-Unions-Corporations) in Political Deci-
sions," Moderator: Robert Knauss, Prof. of
Low; Panelists: Profs. Donahue, Sandalow, St.
Antoine, Siegel, Steiner, Vining
4 P.M.-100 Hutchins
Symposium, "Vietnam and the Power Structure,"
Former Secretary of Labor Williard Wirtz

MEDICAL SCHOOL
7:30 A.M.-Entrances to Medical Center
Black armbands will be distributed
9 A.M.-Lawn next to Hospital's Main Entrance
Silent vigil
9:30 A.M.--Medical Sciences I, Room M3330
"Medicine and the War," Drs. Ranck, Sparks,
Zwiefler and Platt
9:30 A.M. and 1:15 P.M.-Medical Sciences 1,
Room M5330
THE WAR GAME and other movies
Noon-Main Entrance to Hospital
Rally with Medical faculty speakers
1:15 P.M.-North Lecture Hall,
Medical Sciences 11
"Southeast Asia and How We Got There: Cultural,
Historical and Political Aspects of the War,"
with faculty speakers
SOCIAL WORK
1 P.M.-Trueblood Auditorium
Mass meeting of students and faculty to be follow-
ed by four workshops from 2-3:30 P.M. on:
1. Draft Counseling
2. The Political and Economic Causes ofWar
3. Role of Professional Social Workers in
Anti-War Efforts
4. Uses of American Resources for
Peace instead of War
MUSIC SCHOOL
Time and place to be announced
"The Role of the Creative Artist in Effecting Social
Change"
PHILOSOPHY
1 P.M.-25 Angell
"When Are Disruptive Tactics Justified?"

SOCIOLOGY
2 P.M.--2433 Mason
Sponsored by the Sociology Graduate Student Asso-
ciation and the Graduate Sociological Union,
a symposium on:
1. "A Sociological Analysis of Conditions
which led to U.S. Involvement in Vietnam
and its Impact on People in the U.S.
and Vietnam"
2. "What can Sociologists advise for
encouraging Mobilization in Opposition
to the War"
ZOOLOGY, BOTANY AND
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
2 P.M.-Natural Science Auditorium
Symposium on Chemical and Biological Warfare,
Robert Beyer, moderator, Prof. of Zoology
"Nature of Weapons, Legal Aspects and Use of
Chemicaland BiologicalAgents in Vietnam,'
1. Goldstein, Prof. of Biochemistry
"Chemical Mace and Vietnam," Ion MacLeon,
Prof. of Pharmacology
"A Physician's Concern About Vietnam," Andrew
Zweifler, Prof. of Medicine
'Pacific Ecology and Chemical Warfare Agents,
Douglas Gill, Teaching Fellow Zoology
"Pandemic Effects of Biological Warfare Agents,"
Theodore Wetzler, Prof. of Environmental
Health
"Defoliants in Vietnam," David Allen, Teaching
Fellow Zoology
"Bacteriological Warfare," Robert Helling, Prof. of
Botany
"Biological Warfare," Ross Feldberg, Graduate
Student, Biochemistry

STADI
PETITION DRIVE
FOR PEACE
Come to the PDP Table on the Diag at 8:30
A.M. or 1:30 P.M. Wednesday or call 763-3129
now to carry petitions door to door in Ann Ar-
bor. Transportation will be provided to twenty
precinct headquarters. The signatures collected
will be sent to Congressman Esch and the White
House.
ALLEN GINSBERG
HillAud.-4:00 p.m.
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RALLY

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STAGING MARCH AT THE DIAG-5:00 P.M.
SPEAKERS:
MYRA WOLFGANG, President of Hotel and Restaurant Workers
Union in Detroit
JOHN LEWIS, Southern Regional Conference, Former Head of SNCC
ANATOL RAPPAPORT, Professor of Mathematical Biology

* Listen to WOIA for all day coverage
" Noon: Meal of reconcilliation-Catholic
Peace Fellowship, Guild House
" The Ark Coffee House-Soup Kitchen-
10 A.M.-7 P.M.

AT STADIUM

6:30 P.M.-SRC Rock Group

7:00 SPEAKERS:
BARRY COHEN, Co-ordinator of New Mobilization at the
University of Michigan
JOHN CONYERS, Democratic Congressman from Detroit
ROGER CRAIG, Democratic State Representative from Dearborn
DOUG DOWD, Founder of old MOBE in 1966, current co-chairman of
New Mobilization, Professor of Economics at Cornell
for the last 16 years
DOUG FRASER, Vice President of UAW in charge of Chrysler
GENE GLADSTONE, Committeeman of National New Mobilization
GRADY GLENN, Building President Local 600 Ford Rouge Plant
HOWARD GOLDSTEIN, Publicity co-ordinator of University of
Michigan New MOBE
ROBERT HARRIS, Mayor, City of Ann Arbor
PHILLIP HART, Democratic U.S. Senator from Michigan

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