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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 20, 1969

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thu rsday, November 20, 1969

Senate
approves
lottery I)ill
(Continued from Page 1)
this day would be in the lowest
order for call."
Another national drawing would
scramble the alphabet to assign
piriorities among men born on the
same date.
A man deferred as a student
during his 19th year would go into
the pool when his deferment ex-
pired.
Stennis said eac1- of the 4.100
local draft boards will be guided
by the induction sequence de-
termined in the national drawings.
Sen. Richard S. Schweiker (R-
Pa) summed it up with a blend
of mnetaphor :
~'Young people will not be on
tenterhooks for seven years but
will be only on the griddle for one
year's exposure."
The Society for Natural Philos-
ophy will hold its 10th meeting
at th2 University on Nov. 30 and
Dec. 1.
Prof. Laimberto Cesari of the
mathematics department and
Prof. Elmer Gilbert of the aero-
space engineering department are
organizing the session, which will
deal with optimal control and the
calculus of variations.
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FACULTY REPORT:
Assembly members
review ROTC vote

(Continued from Page 1)
Assembly members saw the re-
port as a convenient comprom-
ise between those who are par-
tial to ROTC and those who
would prefer it not only out of
sight, but out of mind.
"Most people on Assembly
wanted a middle of the road
compromise, one which would
change the status of ROTC
somewhat, but keep it there,"
says Prof. Jacob Price of the
history department. "They didn't
want a major revolutionary
break."
Price, who cast one of the two
votes against the report, op-
' posed it because it included
students on the ROTC advisory
committee. He said he would
have voted for the proposal if
his amendmenteliminating the
'student members had passed.
Assembly members universal-
ly discount any consideration of
the political effects of their deci-
sion. They all say they were not
influenced by the fact that De-
fense Department officials had
already indicated that approval
of the report might mean with-
drawal of All three ROTC units
from campus.
The Daily reported a few
weeks ago thatrthe head of the
JDefense Department's ROTC
committee and other top ROTC
officials said that asking for
rent or cutting off academic ties
left ROTC in . a position they
found unacceptable.

But the Pentagon's position
was not entirely ignored.
"The report is telling the mili-
tary that if drastic reforms are
not made, then ROTC must go,"
Bergmann says.
"It just might," he adds. "The
report as passed either produces
radical reform or gets it off cam-
pus."
While the committee seems
to have been a good predictor
of how the Assembly would act,
both in policy and in mood, it
played a larger role than just
that.
"The vote was to some ex-
tent the consequence of very
good work by Buttrey and the
committee,' says Prof. Beards-
ley. "It was well-researched and
therconclusions hold water. It
carried conviction with the As-
sembly."
The University administration
is unprepared at this point to
respond to the passage of the
recommendations.
THAT
DOG
a ON
WHEELS
IS
COMING

Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 2)
fice of the Director of Alumnae Activi-
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must be returned by Jan. 10, 1970.
The Mary Louise Hinasdale Scholarship
The Laural Harper Seeley Scholarship
The Bertha Welker Scholarship
SThe Lucy E. Elliott Fellowship
j The Alice Crocker Lloyd Fellowship
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