THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, October 23, 1969
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, October 23, 1969
EMU president bans distribution U' first
of radica unergroundpaper
(Continued from Page 1) female staff member who is cur- do all in our power to help prot
St t t i th fro dr f ih ,dit ff
readers are offered the chance to r"eny Lla iemprig n L o organize a Lce iUeeuJ ofun e eui rs vi Ur TLI
participate in a contest, the in "Women's Liberation" movement Second Coming to publish," he Donations so tfar this year have
ner of which will "get to screw the on the campus. said, surpassed those for the same per-
homecoming queen on the Union Here in Ann Arbor, University Cohen explained that he and iod last year by approximately
ballroom floor on national tele- Prof. Carl Cohen, chairman of the Law School Prof. Paul Carrington $75,000. However, the total number
Vision," Washtenaw County Board of the met with EMU officials two weeks of donors for that period is down
Editor Frank Michels explained American Civil Liberties Union, ago after attempts to distribute 500 from last year.
the article Intended to point out said last night he was "sorely dis- the first issue of The Second Com- Does that add up to a positive
how women are "used" by society, appointed" that Sponberg issued ing met with resistance from the or negative for the University?
and how they are forced to com- the statement. administration. "That's the question," shrugs
pete as sex objects in order to "The ACLU is deeply concerned "We had talks that were long MacCarthy, "No one can say." The
gain recognition or security. about the right of the press to pub- and, we thought, productive," he figures aren't really very informa-
The article was written by a lish at EMU, and we are going to said. "We told them that a paper tive, he says, because the main
like The Second Coming serves a campaign push is geared to De-
,... good purpose, and an educational cember when possibly as much as
purpose. It helps the university do one fourth of the year's total will
S A L Y O FFICIA L BU L L E TIN its work, and they should not only pour in.
be tolerant, they should be hos-
pitable." J. G. Hills of the astronomy de-
.; < > :z s::,CohenSaid Sponberg did not at-partment will lead an astronomi-
tend the meeting. cal colloquium Friday, Oct. 24, on
The Di Offblic i n o eti ihavenr- G i The Second Coming has received computer simulations of systems
sity of Michigan. Notices should be the support of the EMU Student >f strongly interacting planets.
sent in TYPIWRITTEN form to attention raduate Students: Ol: Senate. Student body President The session will meet at 4 p.m.
:528 LSA before ? p.mi. of the day
preceding publication and by2
p.m. Friday for Saturday and Sun-
day. Items may appear only once.
Student organization notices a r e
not accepted for publication. For
information, phone 764-9270.
;THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24
October 24 the Tentative degree l i s t
(Master's and Professional) of thej
Raclhan Graduate students will be
posted in the lobby of Rackham.
Graduate students planning to receive
degrees in Deember should check to
be sure their names are on the list.
Any problems should be reported to
Tom Moors and a number of stu-
dent senators sold papers Tuesday
as an act of support for The Sec-
ond Coming and had their names
included on the list to be sent to
the Student Court by Aceto.
thme divisional recorder immnediately! In addition, a number of faculty;
Regents' Meeting: November 20 and members sold copies of the paper,
21, Communications for consideration
at this meeting must be in the Presi-
flt' inA--,f,, ,..,.._.._n.1 Two Universty faculty embmers
MIental Health Research Institute jdents hands no later than November 6.
Seminar: Dr. William Bondareff, De- Dean Kionka of the University of
partment of Biostrueture, Northwestern Illinois College of Law will be in the
University Medical School, '"Cyto-chem- Jr.-Sr. Counseling office, 1223 Angell
istry of the Extracellular Space and Hall to discuss law school admission
Synaptic Cleft": 1057 MHRI, 3:45 p.m. and policies with interested students.I
Department Of Classical Studies: Please call 40312 to make an appoint-
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture Ser- ment.
les: John Ward-Perkins, Director, Brit- --
ish School at Rome, "Men, Methods,.
of Roman Architeture and Scuilp- GENERAL DIVISION
ture--Introduction: The Architect and 300 SABI
his Assistants": Auditorium B, Angell3 A
Hasl, 4:00 p.m. Attention All 1970 Graduates:
lyi a Cheit. Sem., " I Foreign Service Officer Examination
hiam G. Lyon, Dept. of Chienm., er-for U.S. Detp. of State and U.S.
rols Molybdates and Ferrous Tung- Information Agency. Information book-
state from 5 degrees to 350 degrees K. let and applications at Placement Ser-
M.anetic Ordering Anomalies"; 1200 vices, due October 24 for test Dec. 6.
Chiem., 4:00 p.m. This is the only test given this year, all
Department Of Speech (Student Lab raduates should apply now if inter-
Theater) -- What Happened by Ger- grdte hudapy o fitr
trude Stein: Arena Theater, F r i ez e
Building, 4:10 p.m.
Recital: Natlaie inderas, Temple I
University, guestpianist, featurin gANZAT1
mecuicof black composers: Ha 'kham 'j-'I
Lecture Hall, 8:00 p.m.
Choral Union Series: Orchestra of NOTICES
L'accademia Di Santa Cecilia, Rome:NC
Fernando Previtall, conductor: H i .1................:........:.......::
Auditorium, 8:30 p.
Education Lecture: Dr. David Wein- Graduate Outing Club Meeting Sun-
burg, Oakland Univ. and Mr. Robert day at 1:30 p.m., at the Huron St.
Charette, Dir. St. Mar'ys Academy of Entrance to the Rackham Tdg.
Windsor, "MontessorC Method: Basic for hiking, canoeing, volleyball, occas-
Principles" and "Montessori's Contri-
bution to Peace"; Schorling Aud., sional horseback riding Immediately
School of Ed., 8:00 p.m. ! followed by the Graduate Eating Club.
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