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'PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1966

1PAGE EIGhT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1966

Students Take Skept
Of Global Peace 0

By The Associated Press failure of
NEW YORK-Leaders of, cam- an excuse
pus groups protesting U.S. policy he said.
in Viet Nam in general take a Stanley
skeptical view of President John- University
son's global peace offensive. tee to Ai
A spot survey showed that many scrbe. tth
already were planning new dem- ically proj
onstrations. They said they wereT
convinced that the major aim of NadelX
the White Douse moves is to rally "saying he
American support for an even do for pea
greater war effort. with a n
Many of the college organiza- fighting ft
tions were making ready to take At Chic
part in nationwide protests called al secrete
for March 25-26 by the National Democrat
Coordinating Committee to End ed the adr
the War in Viet Nam. John D
Typical Reaction dent news
A typical reaction to the presi- evelt Uni
dential diplomatic drive was that doubts an
of Michael McKain, a leader of a that the
University of Utah group called wants pea
"Student Action."I
"I believe the Johnson admin- Said Gs
istration's so-called peace offen- .the execi
sive is an excuse for escalation. Students
The administration will use the ty at Aust

f
e

the peace offensive as
to intensify the war,"

Nadel, chairman of a
of Michigan "Commit-
d the Vietnamese," de-
ne peace teelers as "bas-
paganda moves."
Massive Buildup
predicted the President,
e did everything he could
ace," would soon proceed
massive buildup of U.S.
orces.
ago, Paul Booth, nation-.
ary of Students for a
ic Society, also question-
ministration's sincerity.
uoard, editor of the stu-
spaper at Chicago's Roos-
iversity, said he found
mong some of his readers
administration really
ace now.
Doubts Sincerity
ary Thiher, a member of
utive committee of the
for a Democratic Socie-
tin, Tex.:

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To 1Be Site of
New Housing
(Continued from Page 1)
add to this problem. Thus, al-
though students living on North
Campus are expected to have a
major portion of class and business
activity on North Campus, there
may be need for a reliable shuttle
system to Central Campus.
A fairly efficient bus service!

Cinema Guild Special Free Showing
-Marlene Dietrich in "The Devil is a
Woman": Architecture Aud., 7 and 9'
p.m.
College of Engineering Computer Lee-
ture-Brice Carnahan, Depts. of Chem-
ical Engineering and Biostatistics, "An
Introduction to Digital Computers and
the MAD Language": aNtural Science
Aud:, 7:30 p.m.
Professional Theatre Pricgra i Per-
formance-American Conserva.atoiy The-
atre Company in Edward Albe's "Tiny
Alice": Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8
p.m.

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WEDNESDAY, JAN.12
Noon-Robert Durgy of the Eng-
lish department will discuss Franz
Kafka's "The Castle" as the first
of the Wednesday Noon Book
Discussions sponsored by the Of-
fice of Religious Affairs in Roam
2 of the Michigan League.
7 and 9 p.m.-The Cinema Guild
will present a special free show-
ing of Marlepe Dietrich in "The
Devil is a Woman" in the Archi-
tecture Aud.
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program will present the
American Conservatory Theatre
Company in Edward Albee's "Tiny
Alice" at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
8 p.m.-Robert O. Tilman, of
Yale University, will speak on
"Political and Social Change in
Malaysia" in the Lane Hail Aud.
8:30 p.m.-Opera scenes from
Mozart's "Corsi fan tutte," Sme-
tana's "Bartered Bride," and
Strauss '"Der Rosenkavalier" at
the Sclvol of Music Recital Hall.
TIURSDAY, JAN.13
3 p.m:--u'he Midwestern Con-
ference on. School Vocal and In-
strumental. Music will be held in
the Rackharn Bldg.
4:15 p.m.--Prof. Shaw Liver-
more, Jr. of the history dept. will
present his Last Chance Lecture
in the Multipurpose Rm.
7 and 9 p.m.-The Cinema Guild
will present Tarkovsky's "My
Name Is Ivan" in the Architec-
ture Aud.

8 p.m.-The Professional T
tre Program will present
American Conservatory Th
Company in Edward Albee's '
Alice" at the Lydia Mendell
Theatre.
8 p.m.-The Crest Club
present for the Travel Club
Series, "Mediterranean To
Pacific," including "Aegean C
sey to Greek Islands and Tur
"The Garden of Europe" (CzE
slovakia), "Pacific in Mina
(Hawaii), and "Australian
day" in Aud. A.
8:30 p.m. - The Universi
Michigan Symphony Band u
the direction of Dr. Williar
Revelli will present its ar
midwinter concert in Hill A
8:30 p.m.-The Universit
Michigan Symphony Band, u
the direction of William D. R
li, with guest clarinetist I
Glaser, will present a conce
Hill Aud.
FRIDAY, JAN. 14
8 a.m.-The Midwestern
ference on School Vocal an
strumental Music will be he
the Rackham Bldg.
7 and 9 p.m.-The Cinema
will present Tarkovsky's
Name Is Ivan" in the Archite
Aud.
8 p.m.-The Professional '
tre Program will present
American Conservatory Th
Company in Edward Albee's"
Alice" at the Lydia Mendel,
Theatre.

rhea-
the
eatre
'Tiny
ssohn
will
Film
The
)dys-
,1- 1I

now runs from Central Campus Political Science and South and
to North Campus, but it will be Southeast Asian Studies Lecture-Rob-
ert O. Tilman, professor of politicil
necessary f0r that Ser'vice to be science, Yale University, "Political and
expanded to maintain the reduced Social Change in Malaysia": Lane Hall
traffic level favorable to the Aud., 8 p.m.
neighborhood. Such expansion has B.
beenplaned.Botany Seminar: Dr. Nicholas W. Gill-
been planned. ham of Harvard University will speak
As the University campus ex- on "Recombination of Non-Chrom-
pands, traffic will continue to osomal Nutations in Chlamydomonas"
pandsWed., Jan. 12, at 4:15 p.m., 1139 Natural
be a problem. The Ann Arbor City Science Bldg.
Council may act to ease added-_
traffic difficulties created by Gene-l Notices
North Campus development.

Speech & Political Science Depts.
& Education School
Presents
JOHN VAIZEY
Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford
Visiting Professor of Economics, U. of California
in Two Lectures
Orientation Lecture-7:30 P.M.
Thurs., Jan. 13
AUDITORJUM D, ANGELL HALL
"Social Class and British
University Students"
Questions answered about the lecture
and the interdisciplinary program
Economics Depa rtment
sponsors
"Optimum Use of Resources
for Education"
Friday, Jan. 14-8:00 P.M.
EAST CONFERENCE ROOM
RACKHAM

1319 S. Univ.

NO 8-7942

Akey,nd f l hn d Doctoral Examination for Edwar
echo-- And finally, merchants and ;Martin Schwartz, Psychology; thesis: "A
tcho" developers must provide goods and Comparative Study of Some Person-
tu.e services to students living in the alty Characteristics of Adopted and
Holl- North Campus area. Not only will Nonadopted Boys," Wed., Jan. 12, P3063
Children's Psychiatric Hospital, at 1:30
t University housing be expanded, p.m. Chairman, A. S. Elonen.
but student groups are being
under given an opportunity for econom- I Colloquium: Prof. Thomas M. Dunn.
mn D. ical development, and a large U 4 of M., Chemistry Dept., will speak
nnual mre on "The Electronic Spectra of Some
market may develop. Simple Metal Oxides in the Vapor
ud. As crowding on central campus Phase" on Jan. 13, at 8 p.m. in Room
y of increasingly becomes a problem, 1300 of the Chemistry Bldg.
under more and more of the University's
level- undergraduate instruction may be The University of Michigan Symphony
Band will present its annual mid-win-
David moved to North Campus. The mu- ter concert in Hill Aud. Jan. 13, 8:30
rt in sic school is already established p.m. Clarinetist David Glazer. New York
there, and many think that the City, guest soloist.
engineering school is slated to
join it in the future. Some of the
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