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PAGE SIX

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1967

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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The Daily Offilcal Bulletin Is an Hockey-U-M vs. North Dakota, Coli- of Cinema Guild's judgment by people Approved: That SGC grant recogni- Club, U. of M. Annual Spring Horse Party; Sigma Phi, TGIF & Open-Open; Kappa Epsilon, Band Party; Theta Chi,
official publication of the Univer- seum, 8 p.m. in the community. It has been sug- tion to Mock Convention Central (com- Show, March 12, 3 p.m., Stoney Ridge Sigma P, Open-Open; Tau Delta Phi, Open-Open Band Party; Theta Delta
sity of Michigan for which The gested that showing the movie might nittee to hold a mock political conven- Farm. Open-Open; Tau Epsilon Phi, Party; Chi, Open-Open Party; Theta X, Open-
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- School of Music Degree Recital - not be in the best interests of the tion). Theta Chi, Open-Open; Theta Delta Open; Triangle, Open-Open Party: Zeta
Sal responsibility. Notices should be Alexander Le Sueur, flute: Recital overall University community. Approved: That Student Government L Chi, TGIF; Triangle, Open-Open; eZta Beta Tau, Party; Zeta Psi, Band Party;
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m. SOC is one of the bodies that would Council appoint the following students E ventsBeta Tau, Open-Open; Zeta Psi, Hall Evans Scholas, Band Party; Psi Upsi-
Room3519 Administration Bldg. be- have the authority to ask that the film to the Advisory Board to the Vice- Party; Phi Sigma Delta, Open-Open; Ion, Party.
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding . not be shown. Therefore, it would seem President for Student Affairs: John The following sponsored student Evans Scholars, Open-Open. SUN., FEB. 26-
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday G eneral Notices that we must discuss the issue and Bishop, chairman, Rick Ayers, Charles events are approved for the coming Tau Delta Phi, Band Party.
for Saturday and Sunday. General take a stand one way or the other. Barnhill, Robert McCarthy, George weekend. Social chairmen are reminded SAT., FEB. 25- W TUES., FEB. 28-
Notices may be published a maxi- University Dance Concert: Fri., Feb. PRINCIPLE: The issue has been posed Vance. that requests for approval for social Acacia, Band Open-Open; Alpha Del- Sigma Nu, Sour Hour.i
Mum of two times on request; Day 24, 8 p.m., $1.25; Sat., Feb. 25, 2 p.m., in terms of two opposing principles. Approved: That Student Government events are due in the Office of Student ta Phi, Band Party; Alpha Gamma Del-
Calendar items appear once only. $1, 8 p.m., $1.25. Barbour Gym. The first has to do with the overall Council appoint the following students Organizations not later than 12 o'clock ta, Open-Open; Alpha Sigma Phi, Band
Student organization notices are not well-being of the University, and its to the Advisory Board to the Vice- noon on Wednesday prior to the event, Party & Open-Open; Alpha Tau Ome-
accepted forgpublication. For more TV Center Programs: On Sun., Feb. 26, proponents call for cancellation of the President for Academic Affairs: Wil- ga. Open-Open; Beta Theta PI, Band rP acem ent
Information call 764-8429, the following programs produced by the movie. The secondrhas to do with pre- liam Sheehy, chairman, Bob Hatcher, FRI., FEB. 24- Party; Chi Phi, Band Party; Chi Psi,
TV Center will have their initial tele- serving academic freedom, and its pro- Lew Paper, Jennifer Rhea, Reggie Ro- Acacia, Open-Open; Alpha Delta Phi, Party; Delta Chi, Band Party; Delta
cast on Detroit stations: ponents call for showing the film. Ob- goff, Mark Warshaw. TGIF & Record Party; Alpha Sigma Kappa Epsilon, Open-Open; Delta Sig-
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 - viously, both these arguments are far Approved: That Student Government Phi, Open-Open; Alpha Tau Omega, ma Phi, Band Party; Delta Tau Delta, ates and seniors make appointments by
Understanding Our World. Meet the too simplified, and must be looked at Council appoint the following students Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi, TGIF & Open-Open; Delta Upsilon, Band Par-:4 p.m. of the ay preceding the visits
Masters: Paul Klee." Paul Klee's phil- in more depth, and also as they relate to the Advisory Board to the Vice- Open-Open; Chi Phi, TGIF; Chi Psi, ty; Phi Delta Theta, Open-Open Band by the following companies. All em-
Guyaendar osophyopaintingzIszanazeh e Uirtrob. to each othere President and Chief Financial Officer: Open-Open; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Ba- Party; Phi Epsilon Pi, Eesqui-Party; Phi ployers epect to see your file before
Gdy p a alyr The University has been through a k dewka Party; Delta Tau Delta, TGIF & Gamma Delta, Open House; Phi Kap- te bTUyrinterview,4ysrtPleaseasoareturns forms and
Dryrs~Odt 12 noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4-UI-M: number of trying times this year. Each Oe-pn Richard Heideman, Martha Kemnitz, OpnOe;DlaUsln eodPr a Psi, Band Party,paeyu ie a ona osbe
Cinema Guild-Carl Dreyer'sO 150. "UM 150 . . . Visitors 0." Michi-. time a crisis has occurred there has Mike Koeneke, Jeffrey Shopoff. ty Phi Delta Theta, Open-Open; Phi Phi Kappa Tau, Open-Open; Phi Call 764-7460, General Division Des-
he Word): Architectur Aud., 7 and gan's famed All-American football been a public reaction, and each reac- Approved: That Student Government Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Delta, Victory Party; Sigma Al- MON., FEB. 27-
9:05 p.m. great, Tom Harmon, tells the story of tion seemed greater than the last. This Council appoint the following students Open House; Phi Kappa Psi, Open- pha Epsilon, Memorial Dinner; Sigma Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Phila.-
football at the U-M multiplication effect has led to an at- to the Advisory Board to the Vice- Open; Phi Kappa Tau, Open-Open Alpha Mu, Fireside; Sigma Chi, Party; BA Econ., Educ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Psychology Symposium-Drs. H. A. mosphere which at present is highly President for Research: David Knoke, Party; Public Health Club, Student- Sigma Nu, Open-Open & Party; Sig- Hist., Math, Poll. S., Psych. & Soc.
Simon and J. C. R. Licklider, "The . Summary of Action Taken by Student emotional. Many people feel that show- chairman, John Appel, Ed Bloomberg, Faculty Party. ma Phi, Sour Spin Open-Open; Sigma for Mgft. Trng., Personnel, Sales and
Scientific and Social Risks and Gains Government Council at Its Meeting ing the movie at this time could lead to Thomas Koepsell, Scott Schrager. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Open-Open; Sig- Phi Epsilon, Cave-Man Party; Sigma Transportation.
of Computer Technologies": North Feburary 21, 1967 such a public furor that many of our Apyroved: 1967 new Panhellenic Asso- ma Alpha Mu, TGIF; Sigma Chi, Open- P, Open-Open; Tau Epsilon Phi, Pa- Winkelman Stores, Inc., Detroit -
Campus Commons, Multipurpose Room, Approved: That Robert Getzen, presi- privileges and prized rights would be ciation constitution and bylaws. Open; Sigma Nu, SesquiBang Room jama Band Party & Open-Open; Tau Male & female, p.m. only. BA Econ.,
9:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. dent of Interfraternity Council, be seat- infringed upon. Based on this feeling, Approved That Ginny Mochel, presi-
ed as an ex-officio member of the they believe the integrity of the insti- den of Panhellenic Association be
1967 Business Leadership Award - Council. tution must be maintained. However, seated as an ex-officio member of the
IWI be made by the faculty and stu- Approved: That Steven, Brown, presi- not showing the movie seems to do Council.
dents of the Universlty Business School dent of Inter-House Assembly, be seat- nore to injure the integrity than to pre-
to Frederic G. Donner, chairman of ed as an ex-officio member of the serve it. If our academic freedom is o Student Government Council Approval
the board, Gener~al Motors Corp., Rack- ouncil. limited that the showing of one movie of the following student sponsored
hem Lecture Hall, t p.m. Approved: FACT: Sometime in the can force its destruction, what do we events becomes effective 24 hours after
h Lcp -near future Cinema Guild will be show- accomplish by cancelling the movie- the publication of this notice. All pub-
ing two Andy Warhol films as a part the preservation of an extremely weak icity for these events must be with-
School of Music Opera - Gounod's of their Experimental Film Program, protection? If our academic freedom is held until thesapproval has become ef- S D E N G 0E R N EN C O
Faust," Joseph Blatt, music director; Althoigh no one claims that the films as strong as it should be in this Uni- fective.
Ralph Herbert stage director: Lydia are obscene, the title of one of them, versity, then the University should be Approval request forms for student
-.Ee..S.1 ..W1WApprUnvalestfrsifotyudenR GI T AT ONF R SPRING E L E
Mndelssbhn Theatre, 8 p.m. "Blow Job," has caused some criticism able to stand for the right of a group sponsored events are available in Room R EG IST RA T IO N FORtoPRfmhGeEdL E
..,'.' i "k'S't f STV:;4,'0F:£.V VV* .a > I' V.Ssy...sV. r, ..toshw °flmtha teyjugesinii-1011 ofthe SAB.
cant. University of Michigan Saddle ,Riding
: Perhaps one of the most important
ON O TICES x arguments made in general is that the
'}IUniversity should regulate itself with-
out interference from outside. This
teeounh reo"educational sense. Some!" SGC PRESIDENT " BOARD IN CON
,> : a ,;zz ? arnz .?>;':>f'w :.c;;re:*?":X>..<9? people teeoeargue that students- SI
should take the regulating step of can-' I E ES& E E U I EV C PRESIDENT O ARST D EuNT
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- Americans and one Vietnamese who cellton rather than compellng anotE E U E77EP ESD N F T D N
NOUNCEMENTS ia available to officially have been in Vietnam-and will give side force to act. If this were theT C
recognized and registered student orga- their opinions about that land and its choice, it would be a powerful argu-
nizations only. Forms are available in people, Mon., Feb. 27, 8 p.m., Inter- ment. But it seems that if our reason COBOA CON
Room 1011 SA. national Center (next to Union). All for acting is simply based on outside wor s o art COUNC L SEATSBOARD N
* *"welcome. pressure, then it is in fact these out-
Folk Dance Club,.Meeting, Fri., Feb. * * * side forces which are regulating the-OFSA
24, 8-11 p.m., Women's Athletic Bldg. Gamma Delta, Feb. 26, 6 p.m., 1511 University. wh C LS&A & E NG N E E IfG
Washtenaw, University Lutheran Chap- Ifcuptured i LS&A &(ENIN EER ING
U. Chess Club, Meeting, Feb. 24, el. Supper here at6 p.m. and by 7:15 Guild has always functioned in a re- SCHOOL OFFICERS NSA DELEGATE
7:30 p.m., Room 3D, Michigan Union. p.m. will leave for Ypsilanti to hearspnsiyble manner, contributing signifi- brCH OLNAssL GA E
N * * Malcolm Dooley speak about the work cantly to the broad educational process woorass
Newman Student Association, Com- of his late brother, Dr. Tom Dooley, which exists in the University commu-
mnnity mass and supper, Feb. 24, 5 In the Orient. This will be at Stark- nity. In light of this service and in
p.m., Newman Center, 331 Thompson. weather Hall ight of the foregoing arguments, it ' I
* * * seems that we must stand up for the ais,
Newman Student Association, Art * * * integrity of the University by protect-
film, Ingmar Bergman's "Virgin Spring," Guild House, Friday noon luncheon, ing the exercise of academic freedom. PICK U P M A TERIA L IN SGC OFFICE
Feb. 25, 7 and 9 p.m., Newman Center, Prof. James V. McConnell: "Molding MOVE: That in the interests of pre- stone,
331 Thompson. Minimal admission Men's Minds" (series-mass communica- serving academic freedom and of main-
charge. tions), Feb. 24, 12-1 p.m., Guild House, taining the integrity of the University 1st FLOOR SAB
* * 802 Monroe. SGC supports Cinema Guild's right to
La Sociedad Hispanica, Una Tertulia, * * * show Andy Warhol's films as a part of
Mon., Feb. 27, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze University Fellowship, Huron Hills its Experimental Film Program. IndiR Hop6DUE
Bldg. Para toda persona que quiera Baptist Church, Sun., Feb. 26, 7 p.m. Accepted: Cinema Guild-1967 policy
piaticar en espanol. Cafe, galletas, etc., Student group will be in charge of statement.
gratis a profesores y estediantes, evening service. Special film: "Lost in Approved: That SGC grant recogni- 330 Maynard St.
* *" * the Crowd"-surf, sex and salvation tion to the Institute of Religion of
Viet Nam Club, Panel discussion on among students on Florida beaches at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
the Vietnamese people featuring three Easter, Ann Arbor YM-YWCA. Day Saints.
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