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Friday, November 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday1 November 21, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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DAILY OFFICIAL Applic. at Career Planning, postmark .1 I
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information, phone 764-9270.
FIIDAY, NOVEMBER 21
Day Calendar
Memorial Service for I. Leo Sharf-
man, Former Chairman of the Econom-
ics Department: Rackham Amphithea-
ter, 2:00 p.m.
3 Astronomy Colloquium: Richard
Teske, "Review of Solar X-ray Fluctua-I
tions During 1967"; 296, P&A Bldg., 4:00I
p ..
Placement Service
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SLOWDOWN EXPECTED:
Lodge resigns post. as chief
negotiator at Paris peace talks

of New York, booklet now in Career
Planning, applic. blank available.
Miss Webber, government placement
advisor is now receiving the P e a c e
Corps Green Sheet for Returned Vol-
unteers, a job listing for returnees only,
to aid in placement. Ask for her copies
of this publication if you are a return-
ed volunteer.,
Graduate Program in statistics at
University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla.,
offers Masters and PhD programs.
Masters is non-thesis two year pro-
gram.

organization
The Ann Arbor Tenants Union
last week joined the National Ten-
ants Organization (NTO), a group
of inner-city unions concerned
with eradicating slum housing in-
Justices.
The NTO executive board ac-
cepted the Tenants Union as its
first student tenants organiza-

(Continued from Page 1) shall be glad to help in any Dinh Thao expressed no surprise
Walsh cited another reason for capacity." at the resignation of Lodge and
his decision, "In view of the man- A Viet Cong spokesman coin- Walsh, but declined all other
ner in which these meetings are menting on Lodge's resignation comment.
now being conducted by the other I said "changing the negotiator is North Vietnamese spokesman Le
side, no purpose would be served not enough--the Nixon adminis- ngrHietrese tokeany
by my continuing to hold this of- tration must also change its Quang Hiep refused to make any
fice. If these conditions should poiy"direct comment on the resigna-
tin fteecniin hudpolicy."n but said, "The main ques-
change, you may be sure that I Viet Cong spokesman Duong tion is whether the Unted States

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Is It Legitimate to Strike

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"Good" Landlord?

YES,
and here s
why...

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FRIDAY, NO
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From Nationo
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Ann Arbor housing is controlled

by land-

1 11i1i 1ri 11 Pter Denton, Tenants Unio vaal ~v illlsiosn-
gotiations. Without good will on
NOTICEScoordinator, says he feels affilia- I otter'V e ntseip e" "
NO I E :tion with the NTO will enable the L i.noIJ L r 0tseirpre engoitin"cn
.. Arbor group o h more At yesterday's session of the
South and Southeast Asia Club people," and enhance its credibil- 1 peace talks, Lodge said a greaft
Browun Bag, Nov. 21, 12 Noon, Lane Hall ity.I i jii e 1" iuoen majority of the American people
Commons room, Speaker: Thomas Specifically, the NTO seeks to j 1- L supportsPresiden Nixon's efforts
Poffenberger, Population Planning, have federal, state and local gav- for peace
.'Fertility Behavior in an Indian Vil- pae
lage. ernments take over housing for (Continued from Page 1) In the coming year, for example, L
- * * * lower and middle income famil- While knowing your birthday's some 800,000 men will be eligible angrily denounced the United
University Lutheran Chapel, 1 5 1 1 les whose dwellings have not been priority does not guarantee knowl- for the draft, according to Secre- IStates, charging the reported
Washtenaw, Gamma Delta, Lutheran operated properly by landlords. edge of whether you will be draft- tary of Defense Melvin Laird. Some Ae, msr e cvlasd
Student Organization, Nov. 23, 6 p.m., ed, it gives an idea of probability American massacre of civilians in
Supper-program, sound color movie, The NTO originally expressed eciall t either extreme, Crit of dte two villages of nl art
"The Gift". concern that the Ann Arbor Ten- There sems to be a def e ad- Criticisms of the bill have al- inCe March 1968 were only part
11 t heesestob efnt d ready satdcoming inofckBastorycims.
University Lutheranchapel, 1 51 1 ants Union membership would vantage for the non-student under ron Of the story of U.S. war crimes.
Washtenaw, Nov. 23, Thanksgiving Sun- cause friction throughout the or- the new system. His seven years seli Cejnnounced t for Lodge also told the 43rd session
day Services. 9:30 & 11:00 a.m., "The ganization because of the differ- of eligibility are reduced to one. Iving ter enounce tiog of the conference that the United
Giving of Thanks". Rev. A. Scheips, ences in the backgrounds of the For the student, there may be ide-spead ssion of creating States is still willing to consider
Communion 9:30e.students and other persons. a If he has a 'It must be emphasized that this any timetable Hanoi may wish to
--However, the group later decid- low priority, he con drop out of bill is not the solution to all draft offe for a mutual withdrawal of
ed that student participation school, wait out his year of eligi- problems," said Barron. "College all non-South Vietnamese farces.
would give the organization a bility, and perhaps avoid the draft students are still being defered But, "President Nixon will not
broader base and increase t h e entirely. If his priority looks high, while poor kids, blacks, and those be pressured into departing from
strength of the tenants m o v e- he can stay deferred and see if his without the brains or inclination the course which he has set,"
--met.!luckimproves the next year- to go to college still get called up Lodge warned.
VEMBER 21 ----u__-- first," he stressed. "Those who live in authoritarian
CHEON 25c ALL CAMPUS The new system is not to be!icountries should try to under-
taken as the Administration's final stand that last week's events in
&DSTONE THANKSGIVING word on the Selective Service. Ac- Washington were a demonstration
cording to both Nixon and Senate of the exercise of the right of free
I New Mobe: AArmed Services Chairman John speech. You should also under-
V,, Stennis (D-Miss), a complete draft stand that the evidence shows
)f moratorium overhaul is forthcoming. And that the great majority of the
FULL FAITH & CREDIT Brand says within a year to 18 American people supports the
months a massive national confer- President's effort for peace," he
FRIDAY, NOV. 21 9-12 ence on draft policy will be held. added.
MARY MARKLEY HALL Whether such a conference will Lodge, 67, was the 1960 vice
produce a more equitable system presidential nominee on the Re-
GUYS 50c GIRLS 10c than now exists is still open to publican ticket headed by Nixon
U of M I D required question. as the presidential nominee.
-- _____ -From the student's point of In earlier years Lodge had a
for New Board Members. ___,-,rj view, though, the new system is long political career, including
;Z vzz e~p simply another dose of "more of election to the U.S. Senate, and a
and Pick Up Your Petition the same," with a few additional diplomatic record that centered
Floor S.A.B. INTERVIEWS oopholes possible. on his service as U.S. ambassador
o ADEBBY HERTELL to the United Nations.
AY AND TUESDAY, NOV. Following the defeat of the Re-
T THAT publican ticket by John F. Ken-
UDOG nedy, Lodge accepted a Kennedy
DOG assignment as ambassador to
CONSouth Vietnam.
_:.:.i. ........:5::<:::.... .. WHEELS It was against that background
H c of long years in high positions
R-N UUOr i J I S and their close personal link that
COMING Nixon called on Lodge to be his
c$ c c$$$ $__________- negotiator in Paris beginning last
t-.^ I = , Jnury

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lords, not tenants. Your housing may be
better than average now, but the only guar-
antee it will stay that way is a strong union.
Every striker makes the union stronger.
People strike in order to change the whole
market, not in retaliation for a personal
grudge.
The only good landlord is one who recog-

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