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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 10, 1969

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12
Museum of Anthropology and Center
for Near Eastern and North African
Studies: James A. Neely, "Archeological
Settlement Patterns on the Deh Luran
Plain, Iran:' A Sequence from Neo-
lithic Times to the Islamic Conquest";
Room 200 Lane, 4:15 p.m.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13
"'inter Commencement: Hill And.,
2:00 p.

WINTER TERM OF THE
ANN ARBOR COLLEGE OF
JEWISH STUDIES (BElT MIDRASH)

Day

Calendar

THE CHASSIDIC VIEW ON THE EXISTENCE AND
PURPOSE OF THE UNIVERSE

663-4129

An introduction to Chassidic philosophy. Discusses the role of the Jew in the world, and his re-
lation to the ultimate unity of the spiritual and the material in the Em Sof, the wellspring of all be-
ing. Text: Collected Sayings (Tanya) of Rabbi Schneur Zalman.
The course will be taught by Rabbis Yitschak Aharon Mann and Yitschak Kagan, among the
leaders of Chebad Chassidism in America.

Geography Seminar: Trudi Bunting,
Univ. Toronto, "Household Behavior
Systems: An Ecological Approach to
Urban Activities,"; 4050 LSA, 3:00 p.m.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Richard F o r d,
"Ritual Space and Ecological Space:
Pueblo Plant Procurement"; 1139 Nat.
Set., 4:00 p.m.
Comparative Studies in History Lec-
ture: Prof. iPerre Goubert, "Structure
of Society in 17th Century France";
Rackharn E. oCnf. Room, 4:00 p.m.
Physics Colloquium: T. M. Sanders,
"Nature of Rotating Superfluid Hel-
ium"; P & A Colloquium Room, 4:00
p.m.
Center for Russian and East European
Studies Lecture: Ivan Dujcev, "Le
Probleme De La Civilisation Bulgare
Aux XIVe - XVe Siecles"; 2231 Angell,
4:10 p.m.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11
Physics .- .Astronomy .-. Resonance
Group Lunch Seminar: W. F. Brink-
man, "A Many-Body Theory of Tunnel-
ing"; P & A Colloquium Room, 12:00
N.
Museum of Anthropology and Centerj
for Near Eastern and North African
Studies: Frank Hole, "The Origins and
Development of Agriculture at Deh
Luran, Southwest Iran: The First Farm-
ers and Herders of Ancient Elam";!
Room 200 Lane, 4:15 p.m.

JEWISH MUSIC

MONDAY, DECVMIER 15
Mental Health Research Inst. Lec-
Lure: C. A. Doxiadis, "Humanizing our
Settlements"; Dow Aud., 2nd Floor,
Towsley Center for Cont. Ed., 271 E.

Hospital Dr. 3:30 p n
G6ener'l

Notices)

Mr. Asher Ben-Yohanan-761-5776

Regents will hear student, faculty,
and other views on ROTC before de-
ciding whether to alter the program.
A two-hour hearing on ROTC will
start at 10:45 a.m,. Thursday, Dec.
18, in the Anderson Room of the
Michigan Union. On the following day
Regents may act on recommendations
from the faculty Assembly that the
ROTC program be revised.
Representatives of several groups area
being invited to speak at the hearing
or to stubmit written statements. Those
groups are the Assembly's academic af-
fairs committee, which developed the
recommendations, Student Govern-
ment Council. and Graduate Assembly.I
Representatives from other groups
who wish to be heard may call Secre-
tary Herbert W. Hildebrandt's office by
Dec. 15. The phone number is 764-
7205. As many responses as pjossible
will be heard within the two-hour timeI
period. Written statements from any
groups or individuals will also be ae-
cepted.
The Student Aid Foundation of Mich-
igan provides financial aid in the forum{
of gift-loan packages for students re-
siding in Wayneli Macomb, Monroe,.
Oakland, or aWshtenaw Counties. For
information and applicatio forms in-I
quire at the Office of Finiancial Aid,!
2011 Student Activities Bldg. Applica-

tions for 1970-71 must be filed by De-
cember 20, 1969.
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
AT ITS MEETI'ING DECEMBER 4, 1969
Appointed: Mike Farrell, Marty Scott,
David Brand and Ebob Hirshon to the
Student Relations Committee.
Appointed: John Koza, Bob Nelson
and Jerry De Grieck to Study Commit-j
tee on Campaign Expenditures.
Approved: Changes in Election Code.
(Will be listed in detail in minutes.
Approved: That the choosing of work-
ers to go on the Rose Bowl Trip
will be done by petition and lottery.
Applications are due at 12 Noon on
Friday. December 5.
That since we promised four dif-
ference tours with SGC representatives,
four SGC members will b chosen by
lottery also.
Appointed: Mary Livingston, J e r r y
De Grieck and Joan Shemel to Central
Student Judiciary Interviewing Board.
Approved: The SGC allocate $50 to
Chicago Conspiracy for Black Beret De-
fense Fund.
Approved: That SGC allocate $150 to
the Repression Movement.
Defeated: That the New Mobiliza-
tion Committee to End the War in
Viet Nani (New Mobe) be allowed con-
tinued use of Room 1532 S.A.B. for the
next term, as the need for a office
of that size has been clearly demon-
strated, and will continue next term.
Approved: That the New Mobiliza-
tion Committee to End the War in iVetI
Nam (New Mobe) be given Room 1511
presently octiled by Inter H o u s e
Assembly. (Unanimous). That Inter
House Assembly retain Room 1517.
Approved: That SGC condemn any
proposals set forth by the LSA Ad-
ministrativetBoard which do not allow
for sole student control over non-
academic affairs.
Approved: That Phoenix Anarchist
and Libertarian be given the use of
Room 3540 and 3532 and chairs from
Room 3548 or the period of December
27 through 30 fr use at their conven-
tion.
Senate Asembly: Monday. December;
15. 1969, 3:15 p.m. Rackham Amphi-
theater. Agenda: 1. Consideration of

the minutes of the November 17th
meeting; 2. Report of SACUA activities;
3. Committee Appointments: a. Re-
placements of SACUA for Professors
Porter and Lind. b. Three appoint-
ments to the Luokstore Policy Boad; 4.
Senate Advisory Review Committee Re-
port; 5. Interfaculty Association: 6.
Report of the Assembly's Bylaws Com -
mittee.
Placement Service
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
City of South Haven, Mich.: Director
of Parks and Recreation, BA and min.
3 years exper.
City of Detroit: Program Evaluation
Administrator for Model Neighborhood
Agency, MA bus. or publ. ad with soc.
sci. work, and stat and edp exper.
Thumb Area Family Counseling Cen-
ter, Caro, iMch.: Degree in Soc. Se.
and pref. 1 year exper in low income
setting.
Population Crisis Committee, Wash-
ington, D.C., opportunity for December
graduate, as Admin. Asst, degree In
sociol.. poli. sci.. hist., journ. or Eng-
lish, with good clerical skills, typing,
good with figures.
Ford Autolite-Ford Parts Division, Li-
vonia, Mich.: Purchasing Officer, BA
and 2 years buying exper.
F urther information on the following
programs at Career Planning, 764-6338.
College Placement Services, Inc., of-
fers two-year graduate fellowship for
careers in counseling and placement at
traditionally Negro colleges.
Cooperstown Graduate programs in
conservation of historic and artistic
wrks. 2 year program in conservation
methods, with I year internship, major
and minors in art hist, studio art, and
sciences.
State Univ. at Binghamton, N.Y., of-
fers MAT and MST, internships and
fin. aid, and internship teaching.
Inc., offers 8 mo. course in individual
American Management Association,
dev. and practical mgnmt. training.

A guided tour through the golden treasures of Jewish melody, which arose out of the Jewish ex-
perience in many lands, past and present, East and West. Listening, with commentary by the in-
structor.
The course will be taught by Asher Ben-Yohanan, a leading Israeli musician and composer.

_________HEBREW FOR BEGINNERS

Mrs. Ruth Cohen-663-3830

Grammar and conversational Hebrew for people with no background in the language. Empha-
sis on comprehension of modern Hebrew, oral expression and composition.
This class will meet twice a week.

_______HEBREW SPEAKING CLUB

Mr. Avram Hochstein-663-9842

Hebrew conversation in an enjoyable, informal setting. All welcome.

INTERMEDIATE HEBREW

Mrs. Chava Kopelman-971-6693

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For graduates of Beginners Hebrew. Students with some Hebrew background can determine
their appropriate level of placement by consultation with the instructor. i

WMAS

ADVANCED HEBREW

Mr. Avram Hochstein-663-9842

7-Jan. 3

Students uncertain as to the proper level of Hebrew placement should consult with the instruc-

tor,

OUS DAYS
)US NIGHTS

______BASIC JUDAISM

Rabbi Gerald Goldman-663-4129

This course covers the basic trends of Jewish thought and expression, as revealed in three
classics of Judaism-the Torah, the Siddur, and the Mishnah--and their application to modern life.
Rabbi Goldman is the new director of the Hillel Foundation at Michigan.

ANCIENT JEWISH HISTORY

Rabbi Bruce Warshal-665-4744

From Abraharm through the fall of the Second Temple, with special emphasis on the dynamics
of power exercised by the ruling class.
THEMES OF MODERN JEWISH

HISTORY

Mr. Harrison and Mr. Rockaway-663-3448, 761-7768

Winter term topics include: Jews in a non-Jewish world, Jewish liberalism: myth or reality?,
the Holocaust, Jewish life in America today.

BEYOND ADAM AND EVE:
.THE BOOK OF GENESIS

Rabbi Mervin Tomsky-971-7613

An interpretive study of personalities and events portrayed in the Book of Genesis to better
understand the nature of creation, man's role in the universe, and the shaping of the Jewish char-
acter.

$219 at Freeport Inn
Includes:
* Round Trip Jet Air Fare,
* 7 Nights Accommoda-
tions
0 7 Great Happy Hours
* Gala New Year's Party
PLUS, PLUS, PLUS
Sfudenlours
located at:
APOLLO
MUSIC CENTER
322 S. Main
Ann Arbor, Michigan
761-0993
(if no answer, 663-794Q)
from 9 A.M.-9 P.M.
or your campus
representative:
RUTH ELLIS-483-7803
RONNA BABCOCK--483-7803
KIM MABLEY-483-2992
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From Now until Christmas-open Monday through Friday 'til 9 P M
4x
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4.
S500 E Liberty 761-6212
R* {;. %d iila ,a etia ss be ;tin14h4s

ENCOUNTER GROUP: THE NEW MORALITY

Staff

Adaptable to the interests of the participants. Possible topics include loneliness, premarital
sex, drugs, the New Left analysis of society: accurate picture or caricature?

KIBBUTZ AS A WAY OF LIFE IN
MODERN SOCIETY

Mr. Menochem Rosner-662-6917

Kibbutz socialization and the communal way of life in industrial society. Can America make
use of the Kibbutz idea? Mr. Rosner is a member of Kibbutz Reshafim and director of the Social Re-
search Center on Kibbutz Givat Haviva and is presently a visiting scholar at the U. of M.'s Institute
for Social Research.

READINGS IN MODERN HEBREW LITERATURE

Mr. David Gamliel-761-1097

During the Winter Term the course will focus on Siach Lochamim and other works of current
interest.
SEMINAR ON THE FUTURE OF JEWISH COMMUNAL AND INSTITUTIONAL
LIFE: A PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Prof. Ronald Tikofsky-764-4363
(Fortnightly)
PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES IN JEWISHNESS Prof. David Gutmann-761-0787
(Fortnightly)
The seminar will consider aspects of Jewishness as a kind of recurrent experience that has
consequences for action and attitude. Readings include Freud, Babel, and I. B. Singer. (Portnoy's
Complaint will not be read.)
May be taken in conjunction with preceeding course.

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REGISTRATION TUES., WED., THURS.,
JAN. 13, 14, 15
MICHIGAN UNION ROOM 3X
A TEN DOLLAR REGISTRATION FEE COVERS
ONE OR TWO COURSES
Classes Begin the Week of January 18
PRE-REGISTRATION FORM
Clip and Send!

A SEMINAR ON PEACE

Mr. Joseph Ben-Dak-761-1097

Intensive reading and discussion (with guest speakers from Norway, UAR, Britain and Israel)
on research and action relevant to war and peace.

YIDDISH

Prof. Charles Krahmalkov-663-9123

The principle language of the Jewish people for 1,000 years, Yiddish is well worth studying.
The emphasis is on modern literary Yiddish, and speakers of all levels of proficiency will be accom-
modated. Beginners. welcome.

_______CONTEMPORARY JEWISH AUTHORS

Mr. Joel Cordish--662-8560

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Proposed readings for the second semester of this continuing course (newcomers welcome!)
include The Rain King, Saul Bellow; The Fixer, Bernard Malamud; The Slave, Isaac Bashevis Sing-
er; Night, Eli Wiesel; Who Is Man, Abraham Hescel; Goodbye Columbus, Philip Roth; and A Treas-
ury of Yiddish Stories edited by Irving Howe.

WORKSHOP ON CREATIVE SERVICES

Rabbi Gerald Goldman-663-4129

This seminar will be open to not more than 12 persons who seriously want to explore experi-
mental forms of Worship and Celebration. Its purpose is to investigate the psychology of Celebra-
tion from a Jewish perspective and to create, through the medium of poetry, drama, song, dance,
and the film, new and imaginative forms of Jewish worship.

. . . .Chassidic Philosophy
.... Hebrew (Beginners)
Hebrew (intermediate)
Basic Judaism
Franz Kafka
.... Beyond Adam and Eve; Book of Genesis
....Psychological Issues in Jewishness
.. Seminar on Peace
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. Hebrew Club
... Hebrew (Advanced)
.... The Kibbutz
.... Ancient Jewish History
.... Modern Jewish History
... Seminar on Jewish Life
Modern Hebrew Literature
... Yiddish
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A STUDY OF FRANZ KAFKA

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A fortnightly readina and discussion arouo devoted to Kafka. the man and his mind. Discussion

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