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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 3, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, December 3, 1969

Black students to sit
on history committee

tContinued from Page 1)
Black dissatisfaction with t h e
history department goes back to
1968 when black students f i r s t
questioned the failure of the de-
partment to hire black faculty
members.
One of the demands made by
black students who locked them-
selves in the LSA Bldg.. then the
Administration Bldg., on April 9,
1968 was a general request for
more black professors.
The controversy this term began
when several black graduate stu-
dents in an introductory graduate-
level course started asking history
professors about the lack of black
faculty.
Same issuesa
(tcco-iitpany
new System
{Continued from Page 1)
ganization. Members of the Peace
Corps are temporarily deferred.I
"There has been much concern
among our present workers as to
whether their deferments will
hold, despite the lottery," Buck
said. "I have also heard that, dur-
ing the past few weeks, people
have been waiting to apply to see
what their number would , be."
Don Rotkin, SDS member, said
last night. the draft lottery is
".irrelevant."
"There should be no draft. Nix-
on through the lottery, is merely
trying to co-opt the people. Now
one-third of the people -- those
with the highest number -- are
less angry than before. College
people still get deferred and black
people still get drafted. So it is
still class-based," he said.
Rotkin added he doubted that
SDS would be effected at all by
the lottery. He doesn't expect
membership to decrease or opin-
ions to change.
Student react ions vari-d.
Paul Freedman, '72, number 320,
said. "Before I always had to
worry about having enough money
to stay in school and wondering
if I'd have to drop out and get a
job. Now if I get tired of school I
can drop out for a while and take
it easy."
A student, who did not fare as
well in the lottery had a different
viewpoint..
Jim Colbert '71, number 100,
said. "My situation Is different.
I've been in school for five years,
and I was notified a few weeks
ago that I've been classified I-A,
so 've got a bigger problem than
being number 100."
And Ernst Jacquet, '69 English,
said. "I don't even know what my
number is. I'm In Navy ROTC so
unless I drop out, I'm not affect-
ed at all."
Randy Geidel, '72, number 253,
said, "If I'd been drafted, I'd have
left the country."

"We asked a professor in this
History 600 course if racism was
involved, and he said historians
have forgotten blacks for 3 0 0
years," said Lindsey, one of the
participants in the meeting.
Lindsey claimed that former de-
partment chairman W. B. Willcox
had said that black studies "were
not worthy of academic pursuit."
Lindsey also suggested that the
history department has not tried
hard enough to find and recruit
black faculty. He mentioned a
number of other schools that have

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Univ., "Some Problems of Methodology,
IAT .V Y OFFICIAL Probability and Evidential Argumenta-
tion with Regard to the Kurbskii-Ivan
Correspondence": 200 Lane, 3:10 p.m.
BULLETIN Friends of the luseum Lecture: Emil
Weddig'e, Prof. of Art, "National Print
. . Exhibition: West Gallery, Museum of
Art, 4:00 p.m.
The Daily Official Bulletin is an Botany Seminar: Dr. R: N. Singh,
official publication of ThehUniver- Mi StateUiv :Genetics f Cyn
sity IofiMichigaenUniNoticesetihouldCybe
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to ophyceae and Cyanophages"; 1139 Nat,
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Student organization notices a r e BI
not accepted for publication. For oo,4y pem.
Zoology Seminar; Prof. Norman E.
information, phone 764-9270. Kemp, "Ultrastructure of Polymerizing
Collagen and Mineralizing Bone in Ver-
SWEDNESDAY, DEC. 3tebrates"; 1400 Chem., 4:10 pn.
University Jazz Band: Carl J. Alex-
Sy Calendar lus, conductor; Louis Smith, guest
trumpet; and Linda Dieter, guest vocal-
Center for Russian and East Euro- ist: Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:00 p.m.
pean Studies Lecture: Edward L. Keen- ;-
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rors. The first nine digits of the stu-
dent number should be equal to the
Social Security Number. If the num-
bers do not match, this incorrect card
should be brought to Window 'A' dur-
ing the' period mentioned above w i t h
proper notice of the correct number
and a new identification card will be
made. Info. 764-6292.
Placement Service
3200 S.A.B.
GENERAL DIVISION
SUMMER PLACEMENT
SERVICE
j 1? SAB, Lower Level
DECEMIBER 5, 1969
Deadline for filing application f or
exam for summer jobs with the federal
government. Applications and informa-
tion at S.P.S., 212 SAB, Lower level.
Xmas Career Conferences held in ma-
jar areas, we list a few, check poster
in Career Planning, 3200 SAL for com-
plete list. Welcome students native to
the area or any others interested in
opportunities there, December of Spring
graduates.
Representatives from business, in-
dustry, government, schools, profes-
sions will speak with students, giving

been successful in doing so. ORGANIZATION
Young, however said he is

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Regents' Meeting December 18 and 19.
Communications for consideration at
this meeting must be in the President's
hands no later than December 4.

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"hopeful" the committee will be
able to find a suitable black can-

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ur, A, %AJ l41%A " uava"A; JAV 1%1 1111-' - --- °-- !. i formation o m ly en p ot n
didate for the fourth position. S : :Student Identification Cards: A n y ties. Some confereces require advance
said th . student identification card marked registration, and/or student resume
Freehling said e group is in Bach Club meeting, Thurs., Dec. 4, "Valid Fall 69 Only" must be replaced forms. iPck up these at Career Plan-
the first stages of finding a man 8 p.m., 1236 Washtenaw (at S o u t h before the student may register for the ning.
for the job. Letter's seeking In- Forest). Program: "Second Chance" - Winter term, 1970 To facilitate the re- Dayton, Ohio
formation about qualifications a musical happening - presented by placement of these cards, Window 'A' Louisville, Ky.
sent out last Wednesday Kurt Carpenter. Audience participation; in the lobby of the L. S. & A. build- Colorado Springs, Co.
weresno musical training needed to partici- ing will be open during the hours 8:00 Youngstown, Ohio
"The black students gave us a pate. If you plan an instrument, bring a.m. to 12:00 noon, and 1:00 p.m. to Western Carolina, Ashville, N.C.
number of people to write to," it; if you don't, come anyway. Refresh- 5:00 p.m. each day. Students requiring Findlay, Ohio
Freehling added. "They've b e e n ments and fun afterwards. Everyone this service should insure that they ! Canton, Ohio
welcome! For further info, call 663- have with them proper notice of their South Chicago, Ill.
v'ery helpful." 2827, 671-7356, 764-9883. correct Social Security Number for a Metropolitan Chicago, Ill.
During the meeting between . +.+ new card All students should check i Evansville, Indiana
Fine, Warner, and the black stu- International Students Association: A their student identification card for er- Buffalo, N.Y.
dents, demonstrators, chanting Talk on the Nigerian Crisis; December ~-
black power slogans and pounding 2, 7:30 p.m., Multi-purpose Room, Un-
doors filled the hallway out- ergraduate Library. Speaker: Mr. A. .I
on Ogunl'ina: The Nigerian Crisis: Back-!
side the history department of- ground and Developments.
fices. + . + THA
Two small fires, which were University Lutheran Chapel, Dec. 3,.D
quickly extinguished, were set in 10 p.m. 1511 Washtenaw, Student-led
washroom wastebaskets and paper Advent service, "Carols and Lessons,"
prHoly Communion,
was thrown out the window of a
mimeograph office. Society of Classical Liberalism, Dec. W HEELS
"The demonstrationwas t 4, 8:00 p.m., 3B Union; Speaker: Dr.$
showthe istoy dpartent hatU.S. Involvement in Vietnam."
this was a concern of the whole +* +
University community, ald not Michigan Flyers, Dec. 4, 8:00 pin., COM ING
just a few students," Lindsey ex- Undergraduate Library - Multipurpose
Room, Federal Aiation Administration

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Evidential Argumnentation With Regard to the
Kurhskii-Ivan Correspondeuce"
DATE: Wednesday, December 3, 1969
TIME: 3:10 P.M.
PLACE: 200 Lane Hall

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Drive to recall
Harris falters
(Continued from Page 1)
Harris and some city council-
men are setting up "gestapo tac-
tics" to intimidate the populace
into doing what they think is good
for it, Garris charged. "What
they're saying is, do what we want
or we'll punish you."
Garris said that Concerned Cit-
izens' activities in the future would
not, be confined to the recall cam-
paign. He said, "Concerned Citi-
zens are a permanent organization
dedicated to bring responsible and
good government to the people of
Ann Arbor."

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