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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 19G7

PAGE TWOTHE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, .'~PRTh 1,1967

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Lacks Conviction, Ability, Subtleties

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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By RON F. BODNAR
A blow has been struck in of-
fense of Equality. When it finally'
seemed the Science Fiction (S.F.)
addict could walk with pride and
hold his head high among readers
of others fields, Director Francois

Blows," "Jules "and Jim," "Shoot
the Piano Player"), and the in-
tricate perfections of Ray Brad-'
bury's writing, "Fahrenheit 451"
must be judged a failure as a new
an enjoyable movie.
The plot, from Bradbury's best

society is a "Trank Tanked" cul-
ture of pleasure seekers whose
proudest civic duty is the destruc-
tion of the written word. The idea
is that books make people think,
and so disturb them and make
them unhappy.

maniacs who run in the company
of a mechanical beast, seeking out
and burning books thence the
title, the temperature at which
paper turns to ash) and whose
motto is something about burning
the books to ashes and then burn-

Truffaut chalked up one for the selling book of the same name, is The pursuit and guardianship of ing the ashes,
other side. fairly standard among S.F. novels the societies happiness has been Truffaut's hero Oskar Werner)j
Despite the talents and experi- along the lines of Orwell's "1984.'" entrusted to the Fire Department, is a devoted member of the Bri-
ence of Truffaut, ("The 400 The setting is the future and the a group of highly trained pyro- gade with a bright future in Book
Burning. One day, on the Mono-
rail home, he meets a girl who!
LI I 5 w'looks like his wife (Julie Christie)

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Micnigan for which TIhe
Michigan liaity assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYP'tVVlRTl'IN form to
Room 3561 Administralian ldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Satarday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; l)ay
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for puolication. For more
intorimation caU 764-9270.
SATURDAY, APRIL I
Day Caleinlar
School of Music Degree Recital-Jane
Firmunn, cellist: Recital Hall, School
of Music, 2:30 p.m.

Commrunication With Students

who asks, "Have you ever read the
books you burn?" He hasn't but,
now he does. Firebug turned Book-
worm, he fingers through the'
pages of a smuggled "David Cop-:
per Ad," fascinated and enthral-j

(Continued from Page 1)
and spectators in the bacK of the
room that people who were being
kept out by a fire marshall be al-
lowed into the cr.)wded conference
room.
Fleming prefaced his remarks at
the conference by saying that be-
cause of his lack of familiarity
.with rules, customs and traditions
at the University, he would have
to answer most questions in term
of his experience at Wisconsin.
Asked how he plans to convey
his strong feeling on the need for
dissent to the Legislature Fleming
replied that he has always stated
his position openly and n; nsistent-
ly. "I don't think Wisconsin is very
different from Michigan" he said.
"People have questioned my back-
ground and my lineage but it has
never bothered me," he added.
Asked if he would take the ad-
vice of a Presidential Advisory
Committee which recommended
that students be given control
over non-academic decision ,mak-
ing, Fleming said that an "advis-
ory system is useless if its advice
is consistently ignored.'
"Students certainly should have
an important say on non-academic
rules," Fleming said. "However,
universities have many constitu-
encies whose demands must be
reconciled," he continued. "I do
not believe students should have
the only say."
The need for communicition
between administrators and stu-
dents was stressed by Fleming.
Asked if he would maintain an
"open-door'" policy when he be-
comes President next Jan. 1, he
said he will certainly try to see as
many students as possible.
Fleming endorsed the Residen-
tiA College as "an idea with great
merit. It is a way to break down
the problem of bigness," he said.
He also favors the use of pass-
fall plans, such as the one that
will go into effect for tniversity
upperclassmen this spring, but
ftels that the operation of such
plans should be at the discretion
of the faculty of each school.
"There is no doubt of my posi-
tion on collective bargaining,"
Fleming said in response to a
question on whether he thought
universities ought to recognize
unions formed by their employes.
"I have always favored it."
He said, however, that he was
noi well enough informed about
specific Michigan laws to make a
definite statement on University
pc~cy. The University currently
does not recognize any unions as
exclusive bergaining agents and is
involved in a suit claiming ex-
emption from Michigan Public
Act 379 based on the Univerlsty'§
constitutionally granted autono-
my P.A. 379 guarantees the right

of public employes t organize sions, which have nothirn to do
unions. with the draft. Fleming also said

..., .,.

RJ ferring to a warning that,
universities must remain free of
outside political conn' l in the
Hrors Convocation speech cf
Uwted Nations Secretary General
U 'Ihant, a reporter asked Flem-
ir, ifhe thought the larg5 num-
ber of government defense con-
tracts represented such a threat.
Fieming stressed a need to con-
sider each contract on its own
merits. "One mustn't assume that
defense contracts are war con-
tracts," he said. At Wisconsin, he
added, it was always made very
clear that all contracts must be
free of any outside control.
He said that he has "no strong
feelings one way or the other"
on the compilation of class rank
fo the Selective Service System,
but feels that the abolition of all
ranking complicates problems,
such as graduate school admis-

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he favors a lottery over the cur-
rent Selective Service System.
Fleming accepted the University
presidency over a similar offer
from the University of Minnesota.
Asked why he had chosen to come
to the University, he said that he
had always worked at largely resi-
dent, non-urban schools (Wiscon-
sin and the University of Illinois)
and Minnesota is largely commut-
er and located in Minneapolis-St.
Paul. He also said that the fact
that he and his wife enjoy living
in a smaller city was an impor-
tant consideration in weighing the
offers.
After the conference, Fleming
spoke briefly with the dissenters.
Asked what he would do "if stu-
dents voted in a referendum that
he should not be President," Flem-
ing said, "I would defend their
right to say no."

led with his new discovery. School of Music Degree Recital-Jean
When he tries to share his dis- Huttula, violinist: Recital Hall, School
covery with his wife (again Julie of Music, 4.30 p.m.
Christie), horrified, she turns him Cinema Guild - Alfred Hitchcock's
in to the Fire Department. Es- "Shadow of a Doubt": Architecture
caping, the Fireman seeks refuge Aud., 7 and 9:05 p.m.
with a community of subversives chool of Music Degree Recital-Rich-
whose main occupation is to mem- ard Roznoy, trombone: Recital Hall,
orize books in the hope of a School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
brighter tomorrow. University Men's Glee Club Spring
Bradbury's success with the Concert-Philip Duey, conductor: Hill
Book is probably the main reason Aud., 8:30 p.m.
"Fahrenheit 451" fails as a film. ,i
There are few actions which can GeneralINofices
be made to seem as vivid on the
scren atsthey are on the page. TV Center Programs: On Sun., April 2,
screen as hthe following programs produced by the
The creative intricasies of the TV Center will have their initial tele-
written Bradbury may well be cast on Detroit stations:
beyond film translation. Being un- 8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 -
ableto rovie te sutleiesUnderstanding Our World. An Indian
able to provide the subtleties Meal." Resources and traditions of In-
which are so important to a Brad- dia, with Prof. O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar
bury novel, Truffaut would have and Miss Geeta Singh.
beenbettr of eiher ot ding 12 noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4--U-M:
been better off either not doing 150. "A Second Campus," Prof. Howard
the film at all or else not trying H. Peckham interviews Dr. A. Geoffrey
to stick to the book as much as Norman and Dr. Pames T. Wilson on'
the role of research.
he did.
Filming for the first time in Peace Corps Recruitment: 3200 SAB,
English and also for the first time Mon., April 3 through Wed., April 5.
in clor Trffat ha doe wllNo appointments necessary, 8:30 a.m.
in color, Truffaut has done well, o 4:30 p.m. For information, call Miss
although his colors were at times Webber, Bureau of Appointments, 764-
a bit too garrish and unsatisfac- 7460.
torily contrasting. Summary of Action Taken by Student
Osker Werner appeared to be Government Council at Its Meeting
constantly too confused for the March 30, 1967
strength his role required and Approved: That SGC allocate $550
Christie's only mistake was to its Legal Service Project to cover
Julie Cthe cost of legal fees for the Spring-
her presence. Considering her act- Summer 1967 term.-
ing ability, it is a wonder she had Approved: That SGC recognize Cine-
any role at all, let alone a double ma II as a student organization.
Approved: That SGC approve the fol-
role. Bee Duffell, the "Book lowing groups to have Hill Aud, con-
Woman," probably gave the best certs during the '67-'68 school year:
performance of the film as she UAC-Labor Day Weekend.
perfomanceIFC-Panhel.
choose to die as she had lived, with Michigan Bands.
her books. Men's Glee Club.
There is, however, one consola- UAC-Homecoming.
IHA.
tion to the whole thing, "Fahren- UAC-Creative Arts Festival,
heit 451" is scheduled to be re- icc.
placed Wednesday by Fred Zinne- UAC-Winter Weekend.
Pershing Rifles-Arnold Air society-
mann's academy award nominated Angell Flight.
"A Man For All Seasons." Men's Glee Club.
Michigan Technique-Ann Arbor and
MW V 76 : a c v s ®--

Dearborn Society of Automotive Engi-
neers.
jApprove j: That SGC accept the rec-
onmendation of the interviewing board
to appoint the following for the fall
semester of 1967 to Joint Judiciaryj
Council for term > of one year, effec-
tive beginning on Sept. 15, 1967. In ad-i
dition, .t is the interest of SGC to re-
view all rules of individual student?
conduct and formulate revised code
of rules and regulations governing in-
dividual students before Sept. 15, 1967.
Peter Steinberger, Michael Myers,.
Kenneth Mcgill, Ed Robbins, Margaret
Talburtt, Sandra Morter, Susan Elan,
Joan Berger, Ben Brody.
Appointed: Michael Davis. adminis-
trative vice-president of Student Gov-;
erniment Council: Lew Paper, coordi-
nating vice-president, and Sam Sher-
man, treasurer of the Council.
Appointed: Ton Dayton and Steven
Schneider to the University Committee
on the Health Service.
Approved: That SGC recognize the
Organization for Students Aid to Ypsi-
lanti State Hospital as a student orga-
nization.
Placemnt
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Gradu-
ates and seniors make appointments by
4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits
by the following companies. All em-
ployers expect to seeryour fil ebefore
the interview. Please return formts and
update your files as son as posstbie
Call 764-7460, General Division Desk
MON., APRIL 3-
Peace Corps Team--8:30-4:30 p.m.,
Mon.-Wed. No appointments necessary.
Need for volunteers is only one of the
functions of these reps, to help you
Know and decide whether or not you
are qualified for volunteer duty is the
purpose of these people also.
TUES., APRIL 4-
Peace Corps-See Monday liswting.
United Airlines, Corapolis, Pa. -
Women with any degree training for
stewardess trng. programs. Req. 5'2"-
5'9", weight 140 or less in proportion
to height, vision correctable to 20/30,
contacts or glasses permitted.
WED., APRIL 5-
Peace Corps-See Monday listing.
Inter-American Development Bank,
Wash., D.C.-Students with adv. de-
grees Econ., Finance, Bus. Ad. & Public
Ad. Citizens of any Latin American
Phone 434-0130
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country or U.S. citizen fluent in Span-
ish, written and sp. ken, who have
worked in Latin America or gone to
Cschool Cher. Working .in Alliance fo'r
Progress program. Call 764-7460 for ap-
pointmnts.
Peace Corps Team -Will be at East-
ern Michigan University Thurs. and
Fri., April 6 & 7.
* * *
End of interviewing season in General
Division. No further interviews sched-
uled, exceptions will be announced.
POSITION OPENINGS:,
Bowling Green State University, Bowl-
ing Green, Ohio-Several openings for
graduate assistants in Dept. of vo-
cational Ed. k timc teaching position
plus waiver of registration and out-of-
state fees for academic year and one
summer school session.
Worthington Corp., Harrison, N.J.-
Sales Application Engr., air condition-
ing div. Any engrg degree, 7 mos. trng.
period.
Basico, Behavior Science Corp., Pano-
rama City, Calif.-Research Psychol-

ogists in several areas, PhD's out of
school 5-10 yrs. qualify.
* * r
Foi further information please call
764-7460. Ceneral Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMuER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
312 sAB-
Beyer Rexall Drug, Plymouth, Mich.
-Pharmacy students, full time posi-
tion for druggist, good pay.
INTEitVIEWS:
MON., APRtL 3-
Good humon, Detroit--All day. Ex-
cellent pay joh, be outdoors all sum-
mer, malt & female.
TUES., APRIL 4--
Bradley Brook Camp, N.Y. - Coed,
10:30-12 noon. Senior couns., water-
front dir. & asst., boating and tripping.
APRIL 4 & 5--
Grolier Society-Men only, April 4 &
5. 3-5 p.m, each day.
* * *
Details and arpleations at Summer
Placement cervice, 212 6AB, Lower Lev-
el.

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(Continued from Page 1)
At the press conference held
later for Fleraing, Chacin tried to
Dresent a statement on the morn-
ing's inciden,t and what he cald
.an attack on political freedom
on campus."
Briggs ratelated his opening
statement which limited the ques-
tioning of Fleming to members of
the press. He said he would be
glad to talk to the students later
because "I a;n an official mem-
ber of the University family"
while Fleming in't as yet.
he would be willing to discussR$T.
However, Fleming told Chacin
he would be willing to discuss the
incident with him after the press
conference. But several observers
insisted that Chacin be permitted
to speak while the newsmen were
present.
Only after Fleming had prom-
ised to hear Chacin at the end
of the conference were they able
to continue.
Fleming
While newsmen packed up their
equipment, the students fired ques-
tions at Fleming ranging from a
University-owned bookstore, to
ranking and the draft.
After Fleming left for a semi-
nar at the Law School, Briggs
remained behind to field the stu-
dents' questions.
He was asked who had ordered
the Sanford guards to prohibit
picketers from entering the Mich-
igan League and replied "I didn't
know a thing about it."

Briggs said that the adminis-
tration probably made the decision
to have the Sanford Security Po-
lice guard the League because "we
had to have some control with
an international figure on cam-
pus."
The students asked Briggs if
he would arrange to hold an open
meeting at which thacin's case
would be discussed by all parties
involved. Briggs indicated '-that
such a hearing would not be pos-
sible.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 1
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema
Guild will present Alfred Hitch-
cock's "Shadow of a Doubt" in
the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The University Men's
Glee Club will present their
Spring Concert with Philip Duey
conducting in Hill Aud.
9:00 p.m.-The Latin American
Student Association will present a
"Latin American Fiesta," at the

American Legion Hall. Tickets will
be sold at the door.
SUNDAY, APRIL 2
4:15 p.m.-The School of Music
will present a concert by the Uni-
4 ersity Symphony Band with Wil-
liam Revelli conducting and Susan
Nelson as saxophone soloist in
Hill Aud.
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema
Guild will present Alfred Hitch-
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ORGANIZATION NOTICES
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USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
Hillel Foundation, Deli House, April
2, 5:30 p.m., 1429 Hill. "Meet the Edi-
tor," with Roger Rapoport. Call 663-
4129 for reservations.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, April 2, 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.
services: "Confessing the Risen Christ,"
Pastor Scheips. Bible class at 11:15 a.m.
* * *
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at
Forest Ave., Sun., April 2, worship

services at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Speaker at
7 p.m.:nDr. Robert F. Borkenstein, Dept.
of Police Administration, Indiana Uni-
versity, "The Legal Responsibility of
an Adult World in Maintaining Law
and Order."
* * *4
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance,
Mon., April 3, 8:30-10:30 p.m., Women's
Athletic Bldg.
s- * * *
Phi Sigma Society, Lecture, April 3,
7:30 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Square Dance Club, April Fool's Day
dance, April 1, 8-11 p.m., Women's Ath-
letic Bldg. All students, faculty and
staff invited to join the fun.
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