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PAGE TWO

TUHE MICHIG AN DA ILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29
8:30 p.m. - The Professional
Theatre will present Neil Simon's
"The Odd Couple" at Hill Aud.
8:30 p.m. - President Harlan
Hatcher will speak at the School
of Music Honors Assembly In
Rackhanm Lecture Hall.
ThURSDAY, MARCH 30
7:00 anid 9:05 p m. - Cinema
Guild will present Luis Bunnel's
"El (This Strange Passion)" in
the Architecture Aud.
Televisi0il
SUNDAY, MARCH 26
2:00 p.m.--NCAA SWIMMING-
DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS. Top
-collegiate swimmers and divers
compete in the national collegiate
championships held March 23-25
at Michigan State University.-4
4:00 p.m.-NBC EXPERIMENT
IN TV. Television takes a satiric
look at its own follies, including
commercials, convention coverage,
Plots and insultinig interviewers.
-4
6:30 p.m.-BELL TELEPHONE
HOUR. Selections from Handel's
"Messiah" with the Mormon Tab-
ernacle Choir. Filmned at the out-
door Red Rocks Amphitheatre
near Denver, Colo.-4
11:30 p.m.-A STAR IS BORN.
Judy Gar'land plays a singer who
saves an -alcoholic movie star,
James Mason, from becoming a
public spectacle in this 195t
MONDAY, MARCH 27
9:00 p.m. - SHOW OF THE
WEEK. The original Sid Caesar's
"Show of Shows," a mainstay of
television's early years, returns
for one night. With Imogene
Coca, Carl Reiner, and Howard
Morris.
THURSDAY, MARCH 30
8:30 p.m. - STAR TREK. Kirk
investigates an energy force that
may lead to the destruction of the
universe and discovers an un-
charted planet.-4
11:30 p.m. - DON'T KNOCK
THE ROCK. Bill Haley, who
brought rock-'n'-roll music into
the world, stars in this 1956 movie
about-what else-a rock-'n'-rol]
singer.
FRIDAY, MARCH 31
9:00 p~jn.-WITNESS FOR THE
PROSECU2TION. A cantakerou
British barrister takes the case
of aoung maddcue o mr
ieich, Charles Laghtonalnd
~Elsa Lancaster.-11

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8:00 p.m.-The Center for Con-
tinuing Education of Women Dis-
cussion will present Helen Fritz
and Janet Southwood speaking on
"Women in School and at Work"
in the West Conference Room of
the Rackham Bldg.
8:80 p.m. -i2 The Professional
Theatre Program will present Neil
Simon's "The Odd Couple" at Hill

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michugan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 356i Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day- preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for satairday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a nmaxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
student organization notices are not
accepted for pubdicatiun. For more

Spltzer, piano: Recital iH'al, School
of Music, 4:30 p.m. General No aees

Parents Terribles (The Storm Within)":
Architecture Aud., 7 and 9:05 p.m.
TV Center Programs: On Sun., March1
26, the following programs produced
by the TV Center' .ill have their i.i
tial telecast on Detroit stations:
8:30 am., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 -
"Understanding Our World. Conversa-
tio~n with a~ Co " oserT~,

Junior Year in France: Mrs. Eliza-
meet ith al 11students acceptd o
next year's program: Tues. morning,
March 28, Study Abroad Office, 1223
Angell Hall, beginning at 9 am. and
Room SA Michigan Union, 7:30 p.m.
Center for Near Eastern and North
African Studies Lecture: Dr. Kamnal Sa-
libi. profestsor of history, American Uni-
versity of Beirut, Lebanon, "The Ap-

March 223, 1967 subpoena' or court or der for such state-
Approved: statement of Purpose: SGC, ments or their contents, subject to
In enacting its "Procedure of r Recognil sub-section D of this section;
tion" and its "Provedure for Registra- D. All such statements are accepted
tion of Student Organizations," did not with the further ut tCrstanding:
desire to place in jeopardy of illegal (1) That immediately upon receiving
subpoena, or court order, or other im- a subpoena or court order demanding
proper disclosure, the officers' signa- surrender of any such statement or
tures and the statement of purpose its contents. he who receives such sub-
which these procedures require. There- poena or order slhall communicate this
fore: fact, along with a copy of such sub-
I. The "Procedure for Registration of poena or order, to the officers named
Student Organizations" is amended (a) in the demanded statement or state-
by deletiun of Ihe last two sentences, ments, and to the current heads of the
and (b) by deletion of the last seven submitting organizations, by the means
words of the first sentence, and (c) most likely to reach them in the short-
by insertion of the following: ". . . a est possible time
statement identifying at least two of- ~jTa pnrqeto n at
ficers, and containing the signatures mn tioned in Prgrap of this suby-
of these officers. setoguhsupea orohr re
"...A. All quch statements are to shal be shown wtot dela t ordhim
be returned to the submitting orga- and his attorneys,
nIzation on the last day of classes of
the semester for which they were tend- (3) That before complying wit hany
ered; such subpoena or other order, Council
B. Such statements are accepted with shall give any party mentioned in Para-
the understanding: graph 1 of this sub-section a public
(1) hat he re cmmuicatonshearing before it, in which said party
to us by a student Intended to be con- ofany objetons thmyave touthe
fidential. within the terms of Michi- fnybjtinthymyhvtohe
gan Statutes Annotated Section 27A legalityorpropriety ofd Counci' con
2165, and the rest of this regulation, and
(2)g T at they rebinformation re- That he who ,eivsany such
the terms of that same statute;sbon rohrodrsalnt
C. Such statements are accepted with coply with it by surrendering the
the uniderstanding:
(1) That possession of and access
to such statements and their con-
tents shall lie solely with Student
no flnl else stu~dent or non-gtuident 0Y

SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1967
sta temen t or i ts con tents util the
deadline for submission given by the
subpoena or order, unless all parties of
Paragraph 1 of this sub-section have
consented to such compliance.
E. Notwithstanding the above, each
student organization is required to sub-
mit either names of two contact peo-
pie, or a telephone number and hours
during each school day in which callers
may make inquirIes concerning the or-
ganization. This information will be
published for SGC for the use of in-
terested students.
FThsregulaton shl'prevai over
oter nso~t"far as they may be in-
(2) The "Procedures for Recognition"
of student organizations Is amended
by (a) deleting the last two sentences
in section (1) of the proedurean
(b) isrng atrtefrtsnec
of section (1) the following:
"...These statements are accepted
by Council subject to the identical
conditions and safeguards enumnerat-
ed in sub-sections SA-F of the "Pro-
cedure for Registration of Student Or-
ganizations."
Motion Approved: Motion to recon-
sider; Approved: Motion to postpone
until next week. Approved:
IContinued on Page 8)

intoinaioncal 26-920 "~ " '~~ ~ proach to Middle Eastern Hist
Aud. _____Finney discusses composition and new Tues., March 28, 200 Lane Hall,
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music sUNDAY, MARCH '26 mscp.m.
_____ 12 noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4-U-M: ____
will present a concert by Angel 150. "From World War IT to Willow JDoctoral Examini'tion for Soon-
Reyes as violinist and Reid Nibley D( ulid r Village.' Post-war years at Michigan Kim, Mathematics; thesis: "Genera
's pianist entitled "The Violin swhlo uscDge ecl-u en half the students were returning Manifolds and Local Triviality of H
and Piano Sonatas of Johannes choofuscege ctl-cyvern.wicz Fiber Maps." Mon., March
Brahms" in Rackham Lecture......."......a 23is i sa.s Room s4,as aa FAngel Hall at 1 p.m. C
Hall. ~ Doctoral Examination for Di
r~-% ALI- A-r IJohnson Vorwaller. Social Work &
FRIDAY, MARCH 31 JK ~ \I I JII JN IN I.L ciology; thesis:' "Consequences of
a cial Mobility: An Analysis of the ~
10:30 a.m.-The Undergraduate tive Effects of Social Class Sta
Honors Convocation will present .............. .............. 'of Origin and Destination," 1
HisExcllecy ThntSece- USE OF THllS COLUMN FOR AN- Mon., March 27, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze 2p~m Chairman, 240 L amannHa
tary-General of the United Na- NOUNCEMENIS is available to officially Bldg. Para toda persona que quiera
tions, speaking on "Education in recog'nized and registered student orga- platicar en espanol. Cafe, galletas, etc., D~octoral Examination for Helen
a Changing World" at Hill Aud. nizations only. Formrs are available in gratis. abeth Tanner, Education; thesis:
Room 1011 SAB. * * * alysis of the Unjversity of Mich
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema * * * Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance, Student loan Program," Tues., M2
Guild will present Luis Bunnel's Young Friends, Accompany friends Mon., March 27, 8:30-10:30 p.m., Wom- 28, Room 3018 UHS, at 8:30
"El (This Strange Passion)" in donating funds to Canadian Friends en's Athletic Bldg. Chair~man, N. G. Lehsten.
the rchiectueAu.Mrvce6 12:30i (after meeting),Friends College Republican Club, Election Doctoral Examination for Jea
Cener 20 illmeeting and reception for city candi- Posler, Chemistry; thesis: "The I
SATURDAY, AI'RIL 1 Cetr,120Hl dates, March 28, 7:30 p.m., Rooms 3KL- anisin of the Von Braun React
7:00and :05p~m.- Ciema University Lutheran Chapel, 1511 MN Union. Club will elect chairman, Tues., March 28, Room 3005 Chem
7:0 an 9:5 pm. CiemaWashtenaw, Easter sunrise service, vice-chairman, secretary and four mem- at 2 p.m. Chairman, W. R. Vaughan
Guild will present Alfred Hitch- March 26, '7 a m., Holy~ Communion, hers at large of the Executive Board.
cock's "Shadow of a Doubt" in "Time and Eternity" (P~astor Moss- Any member of the club is eligible Summ~ary of Action Taken by sti
* - ,. ~ .... mnEFa, e~r Fellowshinpr~kp~ 8*1'i to run. Government Council at Its Meeti

ory":
4:15
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the Acrhiecture A~ud.
8:30 p.m.-The University Men's
Glee Club will present their
Spring Concert with Philip Duey
conducting in Hill Aud.
SUNDAY, APRIL 2
4:15 p.m.-The School of Music
will present -a concert by the Uni-
versity Symphony Band with Wil-
liam Revelli conducting and Susan
Nelson as saxophone soloist in
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema
Guild will present Alfred Hitch-
cock's "Shadow of a Doubt" in the
Architecture Aud.

a F. EatrSna estial sevcs
9:45 and 11:15 am., "When Easter
Brings Great Joy" (Pastor Scheips). Bi-
ble study group at 11:15 a.m.
Russian Circle, Russky Kruzhok. tea
and Russian conversation, Tues., March
28, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Hillel Foundation, Purim Debate,
March 26, 7:30 p.m., 1429 Hill. Optional
Del Hose supper-call 663-4129 for
Hillel Foundation, Reform Sabbath
service, using the Union Prayer Book,
Dr. Samual E. Karff, rabbi, Sinai Tem-
ple, Chicago, on "To Be or Not To Be:
The Question of Jewish Identity in Our
Time," March 31, 8 p m., 1429 Hill.
La sociedad Hispanica, Una Tertulia,

UN ION-LEAGUE
European
Tuesay Mach 28*

Eliz- ofetherUniversity. A mebership list IMNAMrh2t
"An- may be submitted to the Office ofMND ,Mrc27h
iigan Student Organizations for the purpose
larch of supplementing members' personal onLnho 5
a.m., records, if the organization so desires. onLnho 5
(2) That the Studen't Governmnent DAVE MILLER, founder of "Cornerstone Project"
nette Council officers and members who are S~ OlaefrVenmfrPoet
lech- possessors or examiners of such state- so olaefrVenmfrPoet
ion," ments shall neither divulge nor pub- II
istry, Councl emor on Jdiciary Council pro- h m aRep b
ceedings to discipline the submitting
ident organization, or in response to a valid
ng
presents
L Y LE HA R VEY
NEIL S t~OtNS Comedj ~.t
Directe M K~E NIC~uOLS 4
W ED.-T HU RS
MARCH 29-30 * HILL AUD. * 8:30 P.M
THIS EEK!HILL. BOX OFFICEI
I i WE.OPENS MON., 10:00A~

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AWARDS: Shown outside the Festival at Cannes (approved as the
official French entry to the Cannes Festival last May, it was withdrawn
under pressure from the Fronco regime) . At the end of the Cannes
Festival, a group of Spanish film critics awarded LGEF its newly-inaugu-
rated Prix Luis Bunuel. It also received the International Film Critics'
Prize (Federation Internationale de Jo Presse Cinematographic) at
Cannes. The "French Oscars" of the French Academy (L'Academie du
Cinema) were awarded to Resnais for "the best film of the year" and
to Yves Montand for "the best performance."
Shown at the non-competitive 4th New York Film Festival, 1966.
Directed by ALAIN RESNAIS
Starring YVES MONTANDOe INGRID THULIN
and introducing GENEVIEVE BUJOLD
Produced by SOFRACIMA/PARIS-EUROPA FILM,
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