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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN W TLY

TUESDAY, NOVEINIBER, 9, 1965

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DilLY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1965

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RETURN TO DEMOCRACY:
Goodman Sees Youth Rejecting Society

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(Continued from Page 2) -They hold the belief that they decision-making as the variousI
e truly "left" as such were: are somehow different and (right- forms that the new concepts of
beingiadystsbutee ly or wrongly) that they are the society were taking.
rather believein a mixed economy. only really human people in the Goodman offered no plan or
world. blueprint for the success of this
--They believe in decentraliza- Demonstrate New Definitions so-called "New Left" or any oth-
tion on all levels which is an idea The student activists, Goodman er movement to change society,
belonging to the conservative tra- said, have demonstrated this new although he was challenged during
dition in this country and to the definition of society and democra- the discussion period with ques-
old Populist movement. cy in several ways. He described tions such as, "What are the best
--They believe in the recon- the neighborhood development tactics?" or "How can we be sure
struction of society based on the programs of Students for a Dem- we won't sell out to the society?"
establishment of parallel institu- ocratic Society (SDS), the sit-ins He instead pointed to several
tions which circumvent or ignore (attempts to make formal democ- historical precedents, such as the
the traditional institutions of so- racy work), and the concept of Fratecelli of Florence, Italy. This
ciety. decentralization of initiation and was a student movement of the
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twelfth century which overthrew
the powerful merchants of the city
and ruled it with the poorer guilds
and merchants for over 30 years.
He said that even Machiavelli had
referred to this as the greatest
period of the city's history.
Must Be Ready
Goodman said that the society
would contribute to its own down-
fall as much as any student move-
ment, but that the students must
be there and ready when the
downfall occurs and that they
must continue their agitation and
constructive work for change.

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3:30 p.m. - Herbert H. Swin-
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ecture entitled "A Definition of
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letr n"New Sculpture from accepted for publication, the Junior Year in Aix-en-Provence,
lecuren tesi,,. France, in the Third Floor Conference
Ancient Athens" in Aud. B. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Room of the Michigan Union at 7:30
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10 p.m.; Tues., Nov. 9.
Noon-Prof. David Sumner of ay Calendar Principal- Freshman Conference:
the English dept. will lecture on . ar Freshmen who recently received let-
"The Broken Center: A Definition Bureau of Industrial Relations Per- ters notifying them of appointments
of the Crisis in Values in Modern sonel Techniques Seminar-""Introdue- to confer with counselors from their
Lfte risisinrVal"es inMdherhnction to Data Processing and Personnel high schools Thursday morning are re-
Literature" in Rm. 2 of the Mich- I Function": Michigan Union, 8:30 am. quested to be punctual.
igan League. Conference on Implications of Fed-
3:30 p.m. - Saul Alinsky will eral Support on Michigan High School Doctoral Examination for Edward
speak on "The Mechanics of So- Programs-Registration, Rackham Lob- Smith, Psychology; thesis: "The Ef-
by, 8 a.m. fects of Familiarity on the Perceptual
cial Change" in Rackham Amphi- University Management Seminar - Recognition and Categorization of vera
theatre. "Orientation to Supervisory Practices": bal Information," Tues., Nov. 9, 112'
7:30 p.m.-P. Fred Fox, presi- 4558 Kresge Hearing Research, 8:30 a.m. W. Physics Bldg., at 2 p.m. Chairman,
Dept. of Classical Studies Illustrated A. W. Melton.
dent of P. F. Fox & Co., will Lecture-Evelyn B. Harrison, Columbia
speak on the "Controversy in the University, "New Sculpture from An- Law School Admission Test: Can-
Securities Business' in Rm. 131 cient Athens": Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4 didates taking the Law School Admis-
of the Business Administration p.m. sion Test on Sat., Nov. 13, are request-
Bldg.S .Analytical-Inroganic Seminar - Prof. ed to report to Rackham Lecture Hall
Bldg. Russell rDago, Univ. of Illinois, will at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
7:30 p.m.-John Howard Grif- speak on "Recent Developments in
fin, author of "Black Like Me," Non-Metal Chemistry," Tues., Nov. 9, Graduate Record Examination: Can-
will speak in Rackham Aud. at 5 p.m. In Rm. 1200 of the Chem- didates taking the Graduate Record
istry Bldg. Examination on Sat., Nov. 13, are re-
8 p.m.-Joseph Blatt will con- Lecture: Phi Lambla Upsilon will hold quested to report to Rm. 130 Business
duct Wagner's "Lohengrin" in a meeting on Tues., Nov. 9, at 8 p.m. Admin. Bldg. at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Hill Aud. in the W. Conf. Rm. of the Rackham
Bldg. Dr. H. W. Davenport, Dept. of Doctoral Examination for Manuel
8 p.m.-The Professional The- Physiology, will speak on "o-Acetoxy- Jose velez, Jr., Zoology; thesis: "The
atre Program will present the benzoic Acid in the Case of the Un- Taxonomy, Distribution, and Certain
APA in "The Wild Duck" at Lydia digested Stomach." The speaker por- Ecological Aspects of the Diplopoda of
Mendelssohn Theatre. tion of the meeting is open to the Puerto Rico," Tues., Nov. 9, 2111 Nat.
f o R u public. Initiation of new members will Science Bldg., at 9 a.m. Chairman, F.
9 p.m.-The Office of Religious start at 7 p.m. There will be a busi- E. Eggleton.
Affairs will present "Coffee with ness meeting at 7:30 p.m.
John Howard Griffin" in the Kal- Anatomy Seminar: Dr. William E. Doctoral Examination for Edmund
Rm. of the Michigan Burkel will speak on "The Fine Struc- Kenneth Miller, Electrical Engineering;
amazooRmture of Rat Liver Sinsusoid," Tues., thesis: "The Excitation of Surface Cur-
League. Nov. 9, 11 a.m., 2501 E. Medical Bldg. rents on a Plasma-Immersed Cylinder
by Incident Electromagnetic and Elec-
7oG~)OC{ ..o ?)G O ?< .TO (G' C os~t trokinetic Waves," Tues., Nov. 9, 2076
E. Engineering Bldg, at 9 a.m. Chair-
man, Andrejs Olte.
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Placement tests given 4 times daily,
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State of Connecticut, Hartford -
Welfare Investigator. Degree.plus 1 yr.
exper. in credit or loan office, social
research or rel. Application deadline
Nov. 7 1. Also Caseworker. Degree,
courses in soc. & psycil. No exper. req.
City and County of San Francisco,
Calif.-Personnel Aide-Examining. Be-
ginning level personnel work; analyze
applications, interview, etc. Degree ma-
jor in psych., educ., bus. admin. or
personnel mgmt. Some statistics bkgd.
Library of Congress, Wash., D.C. -
Various openings including 1. Cata-
logers, AMLS. Knowl. of foreign lan-
guage. 2. Legal Analyst. LLB, 1 yr. ex-
per. 3. Translator. Degree i mod. for-
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English into Spanish, French or Ital-
ian. 6 mos. exper. Also Oriental Sci-
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theatre. Time 10-12 & 1-5.
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Baha'i Student Group, Fireside, Nov.
12, 8 p.m., 3545 SAB.
College Republicans, Election meet-
ing. Nov. 9, 7:30 p.m., Room KLMN,
Union.
College Republicans, Executive Board
meeting, Nov. 9, 4 p.m., Room 2535 SAB.
Finance Club Presentation: P. Fred
Fox, president of New York over-the-
counter firm, P. F. Fox and Co., will
speak on "Controversy in the Securi-
ties Business," Room 131. Bus. Ad.,
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