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Tuesday, December 9, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, December 9, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Group seeks

U

urban center

By SHARON WEINER
Four graduate students are at-
tempting to interest the Univer-
sity community in the creation of
a center aimed at the solution as
well as the study of urban prob-
lems.
The four---Jeffrey Howard,
Edward Steinfeld, Chuck Landy,
and Mitch Zaretsky -- are pro-
posing an "urban service institute"
which would alter what they call
a present emphasis on urban re-
search that is never applied to
actual problems.
"The time has come to use the
brainpower available at the Uni-
versity for service to mankind as
opposed to service for intellectual
journals which turn out interest-
ing but unused studies," explains
Zaretsky, "and this can best be
done through a center which co-
ordinates related research in di-
verse fields."

The four students have organ-
ized a group they call "Project
Octopus" in order to start gath-
ering information and create in-
terest in an urban service insti-
tute. They are applying for office
space and funds from Graduate
Assembly and other groups.
"We call ourselves that because
an octopus has many tentacles,
and urban problems require a,
many-faceted approach," Zaret-'

sky explains
"We hope
near future
information

to start serving in the
as a disseminator of
on urban studies

have discussed their ideas with
various student organizations, in-
cluding the Tenants Union, Stu-
dent Health Organization and
Environmental Teach-In C o m-
mittee.
The group would also like to
"provide a showcase for student
projects and research that do not
get shown," Zaretsky says. Mem-
bers also hope to help other stu-
dent and community groups in
setting up workshops in such
subjects as housing and architec-
tural design.
"Instead of going to faculty for
information, students should be
able to consult other students,"
explains Zaretsky.
The group has already worked
with interested members of the
faculty and administration in
compiling a list of courses cur-
rently relevant to urban studies,
such as "social adaptation," "com-

munity psychology" and "simu-
lation systems analysis." The list
is being circulated throughout the
University.
"A true interdisciplinary ap-
proach is needed because today's
urban problems are of such mag-
nitude that one person from one
discipline cannot solve these prob-
lems," Zaretsky says. "We need
one center - possibly, in the long
run, an institute - to coordinate
interested students, faculty and
relevant information."
"I would like to see such an in-
stitute be problem-oriented rath-
er than classroom-oriented," he
adds. "That would be an immed-
iate aid for the community."
"This is an opportunity for
people with brains and ideals to
come together," he says. "Per-
haps through this type of insti-
tute we're proposing, these ideals
can be implemented."

classes and projects at the Uni-
versity," he adds.
The group is attempting to in-
terest students in reporting what
their department or school is do-
ing in the field of urban studies.
In addition to contacting stu-
dents and faculty on an informa-
tional basis, the four organizers

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information, phone 764-9270.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9
Day Calendar
Computer, Information, and Control
Engineering Seminar: Dr. Paul Green,
IBM Research Center, Yorktown
Heights, N.Y. "Large Array Techniques
for Discriminating Earthquakes and
Explosions": 1508 E. Engineering, 4:00
I) In.
Physics-Astronomy: Theoretical Sem-
inar: Anthony C. Hearn. Univ. of Utah,
"Interactive Computer Aids for Theor-
et ical Physicists".
etical Physicists." P & A Colloquium
Room, 4:15 p.m.
Degree Recital: Delbert Disselhorst,
organ: Concordia Lutheran College
Chapel. 8:00 p.m.
University Choir: Univ. Symphony
Orchestra -- Maynard Klein, conductor.
Eva Likova, soprano; Rosemary Rus-
sell, contralto; John MeCollum, tenor;
and IWlis Patterson, bass: Hill And.
8:00 p.m.

students); Friday, 6:30 - 8:30 p.i. -
Faculty Family Swimmimng: Saturday,
7:00 - 9:00 p.m. - Co-Rec Swimming;
Sunday, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Co-Rec Swim-
Ining; Sunday. 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. - Mich-
igan night.
Health Service Notice: Our infirmary
service and Night Emergency Clinic
operations are being suspended from
5:00 p.m. December 23rd to 8:00 a.m.
January 2nd. For service information
dluring this period call 764-8320.
Graduate Record Examination: Ap-
plication blanks are available in Room
3014 Rackham, for the Graduate Re-
cord Examination given on Saturday,
Jainuary 17. Applications are lue ill
Princeton, N.J. before Dec. 23,,
FOREINVISITOR
The following individual can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor
Division of the Visitor and Guest Re-
lations Office. Rooms 22-24, MichigaL
Union. Telephones: 764-2148.
Mr. Tadashi Kaneko: Researcher in
charge of Comparative Education, Na-
tional lnstitute of Educational Re-
search, Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 11-13, 1969.
Placement Service
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Interviewing Season over for fall,
1969: If you have not secured employ-
ment, please drop in to Placement Ser-
vices before you leave campus to regis-

ter. or, if you are regitered, leave
your post-graduation address. Current
opening listings, directories, company
literature and many other aids avail-
able. If you have received job offers
please report them for statistical pur-
poses. Always keep your file up to date,
and tell us when you have gotten a job,
or made other plans.j
Positions received, come in a'n d
browse through openings throughout
the U.S.:
'Monroe oCunty Adult Probation De-
partment, Monroe, iMch.: Probation
Officer BA with coursework in soc.
psych, soc. wk.
Today Magazine, investigative report-
er out of Ann Arbor for small monthly
publication circulated throughout S.E.
Mich. to legal profession and others.
May be part or full time. Degree ne-
cess, exper not necess.
City of Detroit, Jr. Forrester, Forestry
BS.
Burroughs Wellcome and company,
Pharmacy Reps for midwest and na-
tionwide.
Local Organization, Personnel Inter-
viewer, man needed presently, BA any
area. 0-2 years exper.
Terry Industries of Ohio Inc., Edger-
ton, Ohio: aMnagerial openings for bus.
ad., and engrg. grads.
State of Michigan: Patient Rehabili-
tation Aides, BA or MA. Photographer,
and Natural Resources personnel. High-
er Education Consultant and Financial
Institute Examiner requiring exper-
ience.

SUIMER PLACEMENT
SERVICE
212 SAB, Lower Level
Attention, the phone number for
Camp Chateugay Contact John Stein-
berg, has been improperly reported. This
camp has openings for general coun-
selors, and specialists in swimming,
tennis, sailing, athletics, creative arts,
and tripping. Contact John Steinberg
at 769-1553 or call SPS at 764-7460, or
come to 212 SAB.
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Women Students: Recreational hours:
There will be open hours at Barbour
Gymnasium from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on
the following dates: Thursday, Decem-
ber 11; Friday, December 12; Monday,
December 15; Tuesday, December 16;
Wednesday, December 17.
The Margaret Bell Pool will be open
from December 11 through 19 as fol-
lows:
Daily 12 noon - 1 p.m., 4-6 p.m., 7-9
p In. - Recreational Sw'imming (Women
WOW!
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chicken dinner, plus french fries,
for only 79! Larger take-home
orders also. Try a box soon!!
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THE FORD DRAG TEAM WITH HUBERT PLATT

DEC. 10 DRAG RACING SEMINAR
starting at 7:30 P.M.
PUBLIC IS ADMITTED FREE
Drag racing is the name of the game next Wednesday at Henderson Ford. They will be
the local headquarters for Ford Division's Eastern Drag Team featuring Hubert Platt.
Platt will hold a Safety/Performance seminar there on December 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Platt wil teach drag racing fans the best ways to set up their cars and the safest way to
drive them on the strips. The seminar is open at no cost to the public.
Platt and Team will also help set up a Ford Drag Club, co-sponsored by Henderson

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