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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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EXAM SCHEDULE

Audit of 'U' Reveals
Conflict of Interest

MONDAY

Time

Exam

7:30
8
9
10
11
12
1,
2
3
4

Pi
A
B
C
D
Q
E
F-
G
R

Sat., Dec. 18........
Mon., Dec. 13........
Sat., Dec. 11 .........
Wed., Dec. 15. ....
Tues., Dec. 14 .........
Thurs., Dec. 16.......
Fri., Dec. 17.........
Thurs., Dec. 16.......
Fri., Dec. 17..... ...
Sat., Dec. 18 .......

Central Campus
8:00-10:00
8:00-10:00
8:00-10:00
8:00-10:00
8:00-10:00
10:30-12:30
8 :00-10 :00
8 :00-10 :00
10:30-12:30
10:30-12:30

North Campus
7:30- 9:30
7:30- 9:30
7:30- 9:30
7:30- 9:30
7:30- 9:30
10:30-12:30
7:30- 9:30
7:30- 9:30
10:30-12:30
10:30-12:30

TUESDAY

Time
7:30
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4

Exam

X
H
I
J
K
S
M
N
P
T

Sat., Dec. 18 ..... ...
Fri., Dec. 17..........
Tues., Dec. 14 ........
Wed., De. 15........
Thurs., Dec. 16 .... .
Tues., Dec. 14........
Sat., Dec. 11 ..........
Mon., Dec. 13........
Sat., Dec. 18 ..........
Wed., Dec. 15 .........

Central Campus
1:30- 3:30
1:30- 3:30
1:30- 3:30
1:30- 3:30
1:30- 3:30
10:30-12:30
4:00- 6:00
4:00- 6:00
4:00- 6:00
10:30-12:30

North Campus
1:30- 3:30
1:30- 3:30
1:30- 3:30
1:30-13:30
1:30- 3:30
10:30-12:30
4:30- 6:30
4:30- 6:30
4:30- 6:30
10:30-12:30

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a rate of 4.5 cents for all ex-
posures including those under one
thousand.
The report indicated that most
of UMI's orders were under one
thousand exposuresrand that no
other company was given the re-
duced rate.
Plerpont Examination
Included in the auditor's report
was the University's report com-
piled under the direction of Pier-
Pont. The detailed examination
of the University's relationship
with the UMI indicated that the
University played a key role in
the establishment of the company.
In 1938, William Bishop, then
University librarian helped Power
"in becoming established by rec-
ommending his services to other
librarians in response to Mr.
Power's request."
The University's report revealed
that a great deal of misunder-
standing and confusion surround-
ing the University's relationship
with the microfilm company for
the reproduction of doctoral
theses. Library director Frederick
Wagman noted in a memo that he
"tried to find out from our library
files what might have been re-
sponsible for our not having fol-
lowed the procedure that should
have been followed and that could
have been less subjected to criti-

cism than our present one."
Currently all University doc-
toral candidates sign an agree-
ment that gives the University
permission to microfilm and sell
copies of their doctoral theses.
However, the microfilming and
sales is actually being doneby
University Microfilms.
Regents Resolution
The University report also con-
tains a resolution presented to a
Regent meeting on Jan. 27, 1956,
on the subject of University Mic-
rofilms. Power became a regent
in 1956.
Noting that the University Li-
brary was unable to obtain cer-
tain microfilming services provid-
ed by Powers' firm elsewhere, Pier-
Pont wrote "It is recommended
that an exception to the provi-
sions of Section 1.21 of the Re-
gents bylaws be authorized to per-
mit the continuation of business
relations between the University
and University Microfilms, Inc.
The motion was withdrawn at that
meeting.
The University has also sent a
copy of its report to a Detroit
law firm .to provide an appropri-
ate legal counsel. The Regents will
consider the matter at their Dec.
17 meeting.
Regent Power is currently on a
trip to the Far East. He is expect-
ed to return to Ann Arbor next
week.

Enjoy generous room discounts at most Sheratons.
(Teachers can enjoy the same discounts.) Ask for your
free IDcard from the Sheraton representative on campus.
Bruce Hillman
1320 S. University Ave.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
University of Michigan
Keyed-up students
unwind at Sheraton.
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SPECIAL PERIODS
Each course, except English 123 and 220, requiring a special
examination is assigned two examination code letters. If one is
preferred by the department it is in boldface type; students may
elect the other only if a conflict occurs and special permission is
secured from the department.
Special Periods Schedule

Delta
L
O
U
Theta
V
w
y
Z

Sat., Dec. 11 ............
Sat., Dec. 11 ......... .
Fri., Dec, 17.........
Mon., Dec. 13 ..........,
Mon., Dec. 13 ...........
Wed., Dec. 15.........
Tues., Dec. 14..........
Thurs., Dec. 16........
To be arranged

10:30-12:30
1:30- 3:30
4:00- 6:00
1:30- 3:30
10:30-12:30
4:00- 6:00
4:00- 6:00
4:00- 6:00

10:30-12:30-
1:30- 3:30
4:30- 6:30
1:30- 3:30
10:30-12:30
4:30- 6:30
4:30- 6:30
4:30- 6:30

School of Business Administration

Course
Accounting 271, 500 ..... L, Pi
Business Admin. 305, 505 U, W
Business Admin.
460 .......... Delta, Theta
Industrial Relations
322, 522.............H, W
Industrial Relations

Examination Code Letter
300, 500............. Q, V
Marketing 300,
301, 500, 501 .......... S, X
Finance 300............O, Y
Statistics 311, 511 . .. L, Theta
Statistics 505 ...........O, Q

College of Engineering
Eng. Graphics 101.................................. L, U
Eng. Graphics 102, 104............. ........... Theta, W
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

Chemistry 103, 104 ......0Q, Y
Economics 101, 102
103, 104. . ...... . O, Q
Economics 271 .......... L, Pi
English 123, 220 ............ L
French 101, 102, 103, 11, 112,
231, 232, 361, 362 ..... T, W
German 101, 102, 111,
231, 232, 236 ...... Theta, T
Italian 101, 102......Theta T
Latin 103, 221, 22 ....... U, W
KEEP FREEDOM
RINGING

Mathematics 115, 215 Delta, V
Matematics 116 ...:..Delta, V
Physics 153..... ..... Y, Pi
Russian 101, 102, 111, 201,
202, 301, 401 ..........S, V
Spanish 101, 102,
103, 231, 232 ..........5S, U
Russian 351 ........Theta, T
Russian 451 ............K, Q
Psychology 308 .........X, Y
Sociology 380............X, Y

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