100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 06, 1969 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

"I CANNOT IMAGINE ANYONE WHO CARES ABOUT THE QUAL-
ITY OF OUR CULTURE, EVEN DISTANTLY,MISSING'MONTEREY
POP': RARELY DOES A MOVIE OF ANY SORT PROVIDE SO
MUCH STIMULATION FOR THOUGHT. ONE OF THE TRULY
INVALUABLE ARTIFACTS OF OUR ERA." ( )
"AESTHETICALLY AND AURALLY STUNNING."( A 0)
"AN ELECTRIFYING AND ELEC- ~
TRIFLED PICTURE." (NoY ) \rkft
UPBEAT.s.THE WAY TO A NEW
KIND OF MUSICAL" (Ne Yorki)
IN OMNYC lTT MCK AMaAAA
P NN HA H MA KEAJEFF SO
NAI LAN IWHGRAESLI ERICBURDUNAN
IHEANIMALSTHEWHOUNTRYJOEANDTHE
ISHOTISREDDINGJIMIHENDRIXRAVISHANKAR
NONTER PNp
BY 0 A PENNEBAKER
FItED AT TE MNTEREY INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
A LEACOCK PENNEBAKER RELEASE n co
ALSO
"One of the year's most exciting
movies! A great one!"
JU [(HPI[IL G[ G G[ (S(OT
IN A RICHARD LETER--
RATMOND WAGNER PRODUCION
...the uncommon movie.
Directed by Richard Lester who made:
"HELP," "HARD DAY'S NIGHT" and
"HOW I WON THE WAR"
"POP"-3:15, 6:20, 9:25 "PETULIA"-4:35, 7:40

secon~d -fro t pag4e

x4r

fur~iian

34a' ty

NEWS PHONE: 764-0552
BUSINESS PHONE: 764-0554

Saturday, September 6, 1969 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three

REGISTRATION RUSH:
Countless cards mount high,

then vanish into

(Continued from Page 1)
goes on file at the registrar's of-
fice for information in addition to
what is contained in the registra-
tionnaire.
-The Tuition Assessment card
goes on file at the Office of Stu-
dent Accounts. If you don't pay
your tuition, a computer eventual-
ly tracks down your I.D. number
and steps are taken to hold
credits.

to the University offic(
dent Certification, then
draft boards and, in so
the Veterans Administra
-A race and natio
questionnaire is used i
ance with a request fror
eral government. The
William Cash, coordinat
man Relations progran
University, sends a r
racial characteristics of

bureaucracy
e of Stu- 50 years, every student had to fill
a to local out 12 identical cards similar to
)me cases, the registrationnaire. These cards
ition. were then sorted and sent to vari-
nal origin; ous offices and departments, and
n compli- registration was a much more te-
n the fed- dious and time-consuming process
office of than it is now, nine years after
for of Hu- the present computerized system
ns at the was introduced.

the
news today
bh},'The Associate! IPress and College Pass Sen jut'
WHITE HOUSE OFFICIALS are giving intense consideration
to the Viet Cong's cease-fire proposal.
Nixon - in San Clemente, Calif. - consulted with members
of his staff yesterday morning, including foreign policy expert Henry
Kissinger.
There was, however, no comment on how President Nixon viewed
its significance. Officials were also silent on United States participa-
tion in the cease-fire, scheduled to begin at 1 a.m. Monday and last
three days. The Viet Cong announced their plan Thursday to honor

Sept.

Collins
hearing

17

report on
the Uni-

t

the death of Ho Chi Minh.

Astronomer Hazel Losh says the

-The Selective Service docu- versity to Washington. autumnal equinox and the harvest JOSEPH ALIOTO, mayor of San Francisco, maintains close j
ment is an optional card filled out For romantics who may feel the moon are the astronomical high- allances with leaders of the Costra Nostra, Look Magazine has
by those students who wish to entire process is inhuman and de-lcharged.
notify their draft board, via Uni- lights of the month. The harvest a article In its Sept. 23 issue released yesterday, Look states
versity channels, that they are personalizing, there is one con- moon will be the 25th; the equinox, that Alioto provided the Mafia with bank loans and legal services in
enrolled. The document first goes soling thought from history. For the 26th.t
return for the organization's political support and campaign con-
;: ..........= =.; tributions.
Alioto - considered a possible challenger to California Gov.
Ronald Reagan next year - denied the entire story and said he was
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN suing the magazine for $12.5 million.
Look also charged the mayor's association with the Cosa Nostra
.. :' .t ..}.......... .... r............... r.......r...... . . . . . .r.nv::Y:: :. ::.... . :.: .
. lt .: " :............. ........ ,........................r......{..,......:........... dates over 25 years and claims he "personally arranged" a series of
Official publication of the Univer- tees; 5. Civil Liberties Board's Student loans totaling $105,000 for a one-time Cosa Nostra leader, Jimmy
sity of Michigan. Notices should be Records Report. Placemfent Servie ; "The Weasel" Fratianno.
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to To Members of the University Facul-
Rom32 ...Bd. eoe3200 S.A.B. 4
Room 3528 L.s.A. Bldg., before ty: The Michigan Memorial-Phoenix '_ -_
2 p.m. of the day preceding publi- Project invites requests for grants to Career Planning: 764-6338, under- DANIEL MOYNIHAN, White House Urban Affairs Adviser,
cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for support research within the scope of classmen planning majors, srs, and yesterday predicted an ebb in U.S. racial violence.
Saturday and Sunday. General the term "peacefuluses of nuclear grad, students making career plans. Moynihan told a news conference that the social and racial riots
Notices may be published a mnaxi- energy." Typical areas in which the Library of occup. info & counseling.Myia odanw ofrneta h oiladrca it
mum of two times on request; Day Project is Interested are: Nuclear General Division: 764-7460, seniors of the past few years were "an aberration" and added that "there is,
Calendar items appear once only. weapons proliferation and disarma- and grad, students. Interviewing di- no reason to suppose they would happen again." This was the ex-
Sttidnt oganiain oie rnent;Evaluation of hazards to ur- rectories, literature and job openings panto eofrdfrterltvl ue umrti eri
not accepted for publication. For ban populations from nuclear activi- from government, non-profit, business planation he offered for the relatively quiet summer this year in
more information, phone 764-9270. ties; Economic studies of nuclear pow- and industry. American cities.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 patio;utiN Bsloiral etopes Nea iorEdcation ad isi 74es. 2cem enti- Moynihan, visiting Britain, cited the establishment of new towns
tracer techniques and novel applica- public, private, overseas; elem.; secon,. and green belts in densely populated urban areas in Britain as poten-
*tions of existing techniques; Direct college, univ. positions in teaching and tial solutions to the United States urban crisis.
enieral otices conversion of nuclear energy to elec- administratio.
trical energy; The fusion process; Plas- Summer Placement: 764-7460, Room
history 579 will meet as scheduled mas as related to controlled fusion. 212, Lower Level. Underclassmen, srs., NIGERIA has agreed that relief planes from the International
starting Monday. September the 8th New research ideas and pilot projects grad, and married, and foreign students. iNGRAhsare htrle lnsfo h nentoa
at 7:30 p.m. in Angell Hall, Auditor- are particularly encouraged. The re- Positions in camps, resorts parks, busi- Red Cross may fly directly from Dahomey to Biafra.
at ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ato i 7to pm.inAneceHllffyliretlsfomDaomyof iana
ium C. Seminar assignments will be lationship to peaceful uses of nuc- ness, govn't, nationwide and abroad. An informed source in Geneva said yesterday that Nigeria also'
given at the Monday evening lecture. lear energy, however, must be clearly____
No sections will meet before the lecture, sated in the application. Routine use GENERAL DIVISION reserves the right to call in any plane for a spot check at Lagos. This,
Student Relations Committee. Mon- of isotope tracer techniques will not Current Openings received by mail the source added, is the basis of an accord announced Thursday by the
day, September 8, 1969, 7:30 p.m., 3524 by itself justify support. Requests for and phone, not interviews on campus, all-Swiss international committee "with all parties to the Nigerian
SAB. Agenda: 1. Consideration of the grants of $3,000 or less are considered call 764-7460 for complete application ,,c
minutes of the August 4th meeting; 2. most appropriate. Grants may cover details for these: conflict.~
Use of the University's libraries; 3. Re- equipment, supplies, research assist- Wallace & Tiernan, Lathrop Village, The source contended that Biafra has agreed to the solution.
portfr the Chaiian sheOf- ancuand ieltrip, Except u d e rMich. Sales E , E i M, E o However, a Biafran spokesman in Geneva expressed doubt whether
fice of StuetOgnztosCi-uuulcrusacs tePoetxiiCEpu xeinei yruis and
mittee; 4. Structure of OSA Commit- not pay the salary of the principal in- flow. Biafrans would accept any plane known to have made a stopover on
vestigator. Applications for grants Steelcase, Inc., Detroit, Mich.: Ad- federal territory.
shoud beretuned o th Phonixministrative Asst., BA any area, pref.4
Project by Friday, September 26, 1969. PR or sales exper.
Grants will be made by December 1, Local Woman's Store: Sales Person, CZECHOSLOVAK AUTHORITIES yesterday announced new
1969. Application blanks may be ob- no degree necess, retailing exper. is purges of anti-Soviet dissidents.
tained from the office of the Phoenix pref., not necess.
Project at the Phoenix Memorial Lab- Local Company: Night s'uperintend- The army announced purge measures against, four officers who
oratory on the North Campu or by ents,foremen in grinding and as- allegedly authored a document in 1968 advocating Czechoslovakt
oratry n te Nrth amps o bysembly, O.E.M. Sales Representative,
calling 764-6213. Industrial and Sr. Design Engineers. neutrality,

Stands mute 111
Circuit Court;
judge sets plea
By DAVE CHUDWIN
Accused murderer John Norman
Collins stood mute at arraignment
proceedings in Washtenaw County
Circuit Court yesterday, declining
to enter a plea on charges of kill-
ing Eastern Michigan University
coed Karen Beineman.
Judge John W. Conlin ordered
an automatic plea of "not guilty"
in Collins' behalf and set a pre-
trial hearing for Sept. 17. Collins
was remanded to the custody of
the sheriff.
Collins wv a s represented by
court-appointed attorneyRobert
W. Ryan and did not speak him-
self. The hearing lasted only two
minutes.
"Standing mute is a procedure
whe use so that we don't admit the
information and complaint are
adequate under thevlaw," Ryan
later explained. "If we had plead-
ed 'not guilty' we would have ad-
mitted this."
The refusal to make a plea al-
lows Collins to challenge the le-
gality of the proceedings at a later
date.
At the pre-trial hearing the de-
fense will present Conlin with sev-
eral motions to rule on.
"We have a motion to suppress
some evidence we claim was ob-
tained illegally," Ryan said. The
evidence, the nature of which was
not disclosed, came from Collins'
rooming house incinerator.
"We also want to examine some
material evidence in the hands of
the prosecution, and the premises
where the alleged murder suppos-
edly took place," Ryan added.
'Fhe defense attorney said he
\was unsure whether he will ask
for a change of venue to move
Collins' trial from Washtenaw
County because of widespread
publicity.
"We still have it in in i n d to
make a motion for a change of
venue, but I've not definitely de-
termined whether we will," Ryan
explained.
Miss Beineman was the sixth

FIFTH FORUM
761 -9700

from Michigan Union north on
State St. to Libertv. West on
Liberty to 5th. North 2 block
to theatre

S R 'i

.fr . cor

y -- '"
"1..,_-., .
" ''t
''" , } , S
J :}
. ,
<4 . C
f j"' tiS .
.
7 rr
t ' ,!
.:.: ,.,,... , '1

J-PI 4C-
Fx
k

I

-..Mdlo
714%

I

r~

pN N
D

EK
1. 4tA v .fit'°"
"INyy "yf

NOW
1 0 0
REGULAR TAG PRICE OF ALL

ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

Art Print Loans: Sept. 9th, 3:00-5:00
p.m.; Sept. 10th, 3-5:00 and 7-9:00 p.m.;I
Sept. 11th, 7-9:00 p.m.; Sept. 12th, 3-C
5:00 p.m. in rooms 3516 and 3532,
Student Activities Building.
The University of Michigan Bands an-
nounce an opening for the position
of Announcer with the 1969 Marching
Band. Hours: 4:00-6:00 p.m. Week-
days. and 9:00-11:30, 12:30-5:00 Satur-
days. Any interested men with public
speaking experience may audition Sa-
turday, September 6, 3:30 p.m., at
Wines Field.
U of I Young Americans for Free-
dom Meeting, September 10, 7:30 p.m.
in room 3D of the Union - Organiza-
tional meeting.
Bach Club meeting, Thursday, Sept.
11, 8:00 p.m.; 1236 Washtenaw (corn-
er of S. Forest and Washtenaw, near
S. Univ.). Speaker: Dr. David Craw-
ford, "Bach and Handel - A General
Comparison." Refreshments and fun af-
terwards. Everyone welcome" (Musical
knowledge unnecessary). For further
information call 663-2827, 761-7356,
665-6806.

USED

GETTING TOGETHER FOR INFORMATION ON
THESE AND OTHER PROGRAMS.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1969-HILLEL FOUNDATION

r,>
Y i
t
?$>:
S
1

area coeti slain since March and
the eighth in the last 26 months.
She was last seen in an Ypsilanti
wig shop on the afternoon of July
23. As she left the shop she ac-
cepted a ride from a motorcyclist
who was later identified by the
owner as Collins.
A massive search was mounted
for Miss Beineman when she was
reported missing. Her body was
found three days later, face down
in a ravine off Huron River Drive.
An autopsy showed Miss Beine-
roan was killed late in the after-
noon of July 23 after being sex-
ually molested and beaten. The
cause of death was listed as
strangulation.
Collins, an Eastern Michigan
University senior, was arrested on
Aug. 2 and charged with first de-
gre cmurder. Key evidence leading
1 othe arrest came from Collins'
uncle, David Leik, a state police
trooper.
Collins had a key to Leik's
house while Leik was on a vaca-
tion. When Leik returned he
found specks of blood on the base-
nment floor.
'The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
aed by students at the University of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Clas postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
an. 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
lay through Sunday morning University
"ar. Subscription rates: $9 by carrier,
$10 by mail.
Sunner Session published Tuesday
th~roug h Satturday morning, Subscrip-
tion rates: $2.50 by carrier, $3.00 by
ai.

ALL WELCOME!

1429 HILL ST.

m

NOW SHOWING-

2ND
WEEK!

i

PHOTO AND SOUND EQUIPMENT
ALL ITEMS ARE CLEANED, INSPECTED,
REPAIRED IF NECESSARY, AND GUAR-
ANTEED, OF COURSE. STATE STREET
ONLY. COME IN EARLY WHILE THE
SELECTION IS GOOD,
State Street at North University, Ann Arbor Michigan.
Open Monday until 9:00, Tuesday through Saturday until
6:00. Phone 761~2011.

ACADEMY
AWARD WINNER c
BEST DIRECTOR-
MIKE NICHOLS SHOWS AT
E. LEVINE PRESENTS A m, l&ate0
:HOLS -LAWRENCE TURMAN PRODUCTIo

This
Benjamin.
He's
worried
about
his
future.

"Seasons Change"
OR
The Battle of Chicago
presented on the first anniversary of
the Chicago Police Riot. This response
to Mayor Daley's Telecast shows what
really happened last year in Chicago.
ALSO:
LAUREL and HARDY
"The Second Hundred Years"
KEYSTONE COPS
:m "ov.4"

.
, .
e w
.:y .
n .
> a
N+ L
_;' L
.
6 +
; 1
. _.
. ~- :
.
.off

J,
Ii

WINNER! S ACADEMY AWARDS
INCLUDING BEST ACTRESS KATHARINE HEPBURN

I

.. .. . . ....s...

I < > .

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan