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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1967

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Does growing FO%
uphave to be absurd?
Can you learn4
about McLuhan # p
through Aristotle?
What kind of political life
is plausible in Vietnam?
What happens in a "happening"?
" For the undergraduate who is unwilling to seftle for easy
answers, who seeks relevance in his studies-there is now
a place.
" There is a small college within a noted university in New
York City. It has no "credit system" for measuring
knowledge; no large lecture halls for one-way dialogues;
no teaching assistants where the professor should be.
" What it does have is a new program of study conceived
for students who can best realize their intellectual poten-
tial by learning how to inquire, by seeking meaningful
relationships between disciplines, by recognizing alterna-
tive modes of analysis and explanation. It has a faculty
that is discussion-oriented, concerned with teaching -
and learning - only through active participation of the
student. It has a philosophy which views preparation for
graduate school as just one of several possible goals of
a liberal arts education.
" THE NEW SCHOOL COLLEGE offers a two-year course of
study (the third and fourth years of undergraduate work)
leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree in the Humanities
or the Social Sciences. It provides opportunities for spe-
cialized study and research through a tutorial program
conducted within a broad liberal arts framework. It
grants degrees only on the basis of comprehensive exam-
inations administered after completion of the course of
study. It is open only to students who have completed
at least two years of college work at other accredited
institutions.
For further information, please contact the Director of
Admissions, The New School College, Room 200, New
School for Social Research, 66 West 12th Street, New
York, N. Y. 10011, OR 5-2700. Interviews will be given
during the Spring vacation period.
THE
NEW SCHOOL
COLLEGE
-1- Admissions Office
THE NEW SCHOOL COLLEGE
NEw SCHOOL FOR SOCiAL RESEARCH
.A'4'66 West 12th Street
New York, N.Y. 10011
Please send me the Bulletin and application for the New School
College.
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(College or University)
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Career Minded?
ALL STATE,
Is Interviewing-February 28,
Please contact placement office
for further details.
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'l' Ready for Hawkeye Invasion

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COMING-SUNDAY NIGHT
MARCH 5
"THE GREATEST BAND CONCERT
IN U of M H ISTORY"

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With Iowa's triumph last week-
end over Michigan State. Satur-
cay's gymnastics contest between
Michigan and Iowa at 2:30 in the
Sports Building assumes a great
bearing on the conference title.
The meet will determine whether
Michigan goes into the Big Ten
tournament in a first-place tie
with Iowa at 6-1 or in a second-
place tie with Michigan State and
possibly Illinois at 5-.2.
Last weekend, the stage was set
for the showdown when the Hawk-
eyes overpowered the Spartans,
189.25-186.675. Going into the
meet Iowa was 4-0 and Michigan
State was 5-1. If the Hawkeyes
had lost, they would have been in
second place and the Spartans
would have been assured of at
least a first-place tie. However,
MSU's hopes for a championship
now hinge on the Michigan-Iowa
contest and the outcome of the
conference tournament, March 2-
3-4. Illinois must defeat Minne-
sota this weekend for a similar
5-2 record.
Winning Total
If the Wolverines can overcome
Iowa, both teams will have 6-1
records. In the Big Ten tourna-
ment, scores are determined in re-
verse order of the team totals.
Therefore, the winning team wil
receive eight points, the ^eccnd-
place team seven points, and so
on. The tournament points are
then added to each team's num-
ber of wins in dual competition
during the season in order to de-
termine the final standings.
A Michigan 6-1 dual meet rec-
ord and a Big Ten tournament
victory in Iowa City would bring
the Wolverine's point total to 14,
and insure a seventh straight con-
ference championship.
If Michigan loses to Iowa Satur-
day, the Hawkeyes will be able to
clinch the title with a first or
second place finish in the tourna-
ment.

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UNION-LEAGUE

Social Committee
Presents:
THE BATTLE
of the BANDS

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-Daily-Don Horwitz
GARY VANDER VOORT, Michigan gymnastics captain, is shown suspended, in mid-air above the
parallel bars in a routine that netted him a 9.2 against Michigan State last weekend. Vander Voort,.
voted most valuable gymnast by his teammates the past two years, finished second in the Big Ten
all-around last season. Looking on at the action is coach Newt Loken, who has guided the Wolverines
to six straight conference titles.

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of LTV Aerospace

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Current programs include the Navy and Air Force
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LTV Aerospace programs... programs of today
and better tomorrows ... challenge the imagina-
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-Daily-Don Horwitz
PHIP FULLER, one-half of Michigan's gymnastic twins, goes through part
of the routine that has made him one of the two best floor exercise men in the
nation. The Florida native, who also participates in the long vault, was Big Ten
runner-up in the free ex last season and fourth in the NCAA title meet.

-Daily-Don Horwitz
SENIOR CLIFF CHILVERS daemonstrates the
form that has made him one of Michigan's most
consistent gymnasts the past season.

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