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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Assoc
WASHINGTON-About a half
bombers have been sighted in North
informed sources said yesterday. Th
IL-28's, which have range enough to
Whether they are being piloted
informants said.
In Moscow, meanwhile, Prem
received Dang Quang Minh, repres
~ IAcross
Campus
FRIDAY, JUNE 4
9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. - "The
Conference on the Khrushchev '
Era and After" will begin with
morning addresses by Prof. Mar-
shall Shulman of the Fletcher'
Scho'l of Law and Diplomacy at'
Tufts University and Richard7
Lowenthal of the Research Insti-!
tute on Communist Affairs at Co-
lumbia University.l
At the afternoon session,
Prof. John Hazard of Columbia'
University will deliver an address3
on 'Are Post-Stalin Russians Be-
coming 'Rights Oriented'?" and
Prof. Alec Nove of the Universitya
of rGlasgow will discuss "Economic
Causes and Consequences of
Khrushchev's Fall." An address by
Patricia Blake of the Russian In-
stitute, at Columbia will highlight
the evening program.I
7 and 9 p.m.-The Cinema Guildj
will present Harold Lloyd in "Nev-
er Weaken," Laurel and Hardy in
"Battle of the Century" and Har-
ry Langdon in "Lucky Star" in the
Architecture Aud.
UNIVERSITY PLAYER

sy dJULIE PUFrER
le i a EI The University of Michigan
Television Center-now the larg-
est at any university in the coun-
:iated Press try-had its small beginning only
dozen Soviet-built medium jet fifteen years ago.
Viet Nam in the past week or so, In 1950, Dr. James W. Rae Jr.,
te craft were identified as twin-jet Chyima nMedicne,Depaortment f
bomb most of South Viet Nam. the first television series ever pre-
d by Russians is not known, these sented by a university; in 1965, the
Television Center programs are
ier Alexei N. Kosygin yesterday carried by approximately 70 state
entative in Moscow of the South and nation-wide television sta-
Vietnamese Viet Cong rebels, the tions.
news agency Tass reported. Dang The main purpose of the center
thanked Kosygin for Soviet aid to is to provide University education-
the Vietnamese people, Tass said. al opportunities to the state of
Michigan without cost, and to
There was no immediate com- outside cities for a nominal fee.
ment from administration officials Inconspicuous
concerning the possible signlfi- 310 Maynard St. is an incon-
cance of the new development.
But Secretary of State Dean spicuous building, housing two
Rusk had said last week that So- modernly-equipped studios, stor-
viet involvement was "deepening," age room, graphics department
and he said "the other side" and offices, with a staff of highly
should not underrate the Ameri- skilled technicians, writers and
can commitment in Viet Nam. artists.
"It would be a great mistake if Most of the employes are Uni-
the other side should think that versity professors and graduate
that means they can have a larger students. Associate Director and
that meantheuy and e a rTV consultant Hazen J. Schu-
war with immunity, and that a macher states. "Our people are
larger war on their side would re- interested in any subject and they
move us from Southeast Asia," he help the professors make it in-
said. nteresting to the public."
In London, British Foreign Sec- Schumacher listed four other
retary Michael Stewart yesterday functions of the center: It films
urged that South Viet Nam be archives of University commence-
neutralized and all foreign troops ment, athletic and other 'student
withdrawn in a final peace settle- events, award presentations and
ment. In an accompanying white in the past two years has filmed
paper the British government
blamed the Soviet Union for stall- " ii'i ....... .::..;<<:s :>:::.......:?::......::
ing international action to under-igi
write the neutrality of Cambodia.
Both declarations emphasizedC
Western readiness to start talking
peace any time without precondi-
tions.
In Viet Nam meanwhile, 70 The Daily Official Bulletin is an
South Vietnamese and two Amer- oilicial publication of The Univer-
Sout Vienamee antwoAme- - siti of Michigan, for which The
icans were killed in action. Michigan Daily assumesno ditor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TV Ph W lITTkN farm to
RS (Dept of Speech) Roonm 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fo 2(Dept.tof Speech

ter of Research on Learning and
Teaching are closely connected By The Associated Press
with the Television Center. From BOGALUSA, La.-A white papermill worker, Ernest McElveen,
these come many personnel as 41, was jailed yesterday and charged with the nightrider murder of
well as much of the program ma- this area's first Negro police officer.
terial. I The murder took place late Wednesday night; FBI officials sug-
Schumacher, who is connected gest more than one person was involved. The Negro- deputy's patrol
with both, said that often a pro- car was riddled with bullets.
fessor who has an interesting and
worthwhile topic will wish to pre-
sent it to the public via television. NEW DELHI, India-Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri told
He then works personally with India's already hungry people Wednesday to tighten their belts be-
people in the various center de- cause a new food shortage may be developing.
partments to evolve a suitable pro- Shastri said some areas of Mysore and Bihar states already have
duction, run out of food. He said that his government may have to reduce its
Frequently national experts on monthly shipment of 600,000 tons of grain to the states to 450,000 tons
the topic at hand are asked to
participate in the programs. The WARSAW, Poland-The Polish Communist Party emerged from
center attempts to "do everything Sunday's one-list election with an official 55.4 per cent majority, or
possible to shield all from the 2
medium," by arranging the tech- 255 seats in the 460-member Polish Parliament.
nical details and allowing them as The Polish Press Agency announced Wednesday that the Com-
much creative freedom as pos- munists won one less seat than in the last parliament; this had no
sible. significance since all candidates were picked by the party-controlled
Center productions have re- unity front.
ceived - numerous highly-coveted e * * e
awards, including twice the Amer- WASHINGTON-The Senate, in passing a $115 million Peace
ican Bar Association Silver Gavel Corps authorization, affixed an amendment yesterday which would
for Education by Radio and make Director Sargent Shriver choose between his dual roles as head
award more often than any other of the Peace Corps and head of the War on Poverty.
university, and the Freedom Foun- The Senate also formally ratified two amendments to the United
dation Gold Medal Award. Writer- Nations Charter designed to pave the way for greater representation
producer Lee M. Woodruff was of Afro-Asian nations on two key councils. The vote was 71 to 0.
the recipient of the American
Psychological Association's writing
award. TTTrT) C' ( T TH n

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THE TELEVISION CENTER stages series of programs, such as
one'(above) on Antarctica.-

newsreels of campus life for var- mote-control TV in the Adjunct
ious departments. Court Room of the Washtenaw
Color Films County Circuit Court. Courtroom

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r

It has also produced color mo-
tion picture films for University
departments and other groups who
distribute them individually. In-
structive TV, in which center em-
ployes act as advisors and con-
sultants for departmental TV pro-
grams is another area wherein
great progress has been made.
The center recently installed
closed circuit color TV in the
Medical School as well as a re-

activity can be viewed via a single
receiver in the Law School by law
students only-an idea originated
by Charles W. Joiner, associate
dean of the Law School.
Technically, the Television Cen-
ter services TV equipment for the
English , Language Institute,
School of . Education, Zoology
Dept., Speech Dept., and Law
School.
The Speech Dept. and the Cen-

'. ~....'
Medical School Class Day--Hill Aud., Mich.--1. Office Supervisory Trainee.
8 p.m. Grads any field, age 23-28, no exper.
necessary. '1-2 yr. trng, program. 2.
Center for Programmed Learning for Underwriter Trainee, marriedgrad, age
Business Applied Learning Theory 24-28 with mgmt. potential. 6-12 mos.
Seminar: "The Application of Learning trng. in casualty underwriting.
Theory to On-the-Job Problems of
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Plans
Future plans for the center,
according to Schumacher, involve
two-way expansion. In the area
of public service, it hopes to ob-
tain privileges on Ann Arbor's
UHF channel.
"We take the University and we
get it to the public by means of
television. We try to use the
medium as a good teacher, with
the -purpose of reinforcing the
context-not just to use devices."

SPRING SALE
Sunday, June 6
201 Hill Street

10 a~m.-3

P.m.

r

NEXT WEEK
TRIPLE HEAT
An Evening of One-Act Plays
Cocteau: ANTIGONE
O'Casey: BEDTIME STORY
Ionesco: BALD SOPRANO
8:00 LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Fri.-Sat., June 11-12 All Seats: 50c
BOX OFFICE OPEN STARTING WED., 12:30-5:00

otezp.M. of the day preceding Maintenance of Behavior, Supervision j 21Aveisin g Agency-Traffic
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday and Training," June 2-4, 8:30 a.m., Dept. Trainee, handle internal coordi-
for Saturday and Sunday. General Michigan Union. nation of projects. BA any field, mktg.
Notices may be published a maxi- bkgd. helpful. Exper. not req.
mum of two'times on request; Day Doctoral Examination for Mohamad
Calendar items appear once only. Mounir Kamal, Engineering Mechan- Photo Marketing, Jackson, Mich. -
Student organization notices are not ics; thesis: "Steady Flow Between Ec- Associate Editor. Man or woman, Journ.
accepted for publication, centric Cylinders," Fri., June 4, 222 W.r or Engl. grad to write news, copy, fea-
Engrg. Bldg., 10 a.m. tures, lay-up, etc. Exper. not necessary.
FRIDAY, JUNE 4____ Start July.
Doctoral Exanlination for Walter Detroit Firm-Programming Director.
Frank Westfall, Education; thesis: "The dopen g e ad,eua
Day ale daj" Useof Q-Sort Methodology in Obtain- ied.penaing.forecmaegradiesin-
ing the Perceptions of Selected Pupil
Bureau of Industrial Relations Per- Personnel Workers Regarding the Role rogram. l
sonnel Techniques Seminar - George of School Counselors,", Fri., June 4, Ma aub Jhn&AaIc,
S. Odiorne, Bureau of Industrial Re- 432 US, 1 p.m.Bsosierl, MacManus, John & Adams, Inc.
lations, "Human Problems of Quality Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-Library Ass't.
Control" Michigan Union, 8 a.m. {Trainee). Woman, M.A.L.S., knowledge
1 6ige 2 of book classification & reference work.
Michigan Fire College-Registration, 'Expel. not req. 2. Proof Reader. woman
Civil Defense and Disaster Training POSITION OPENINGS: grad, pref. Engl. major. Age 23-26, Some
Center, $ a.m. Allstate Insurance Co., Southfield, exper. helpful. Will train for produc-
_ _._ ___.__tion dept. with ads.
For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
M EN ONLY p ointments, 3200 SAB.

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Ecunienical, Camnpus Staff
p r e s e ii t S
FRIDAY, JUNE 4-DINNER and FILM-Cost $1.00
"DEATH OF A SALESMAN"
at Presbyterian Campus Center, 1432 Washtenaw
Phone NO 2-3580 for dinner reservations
SATURDAY, JUNE 5-1:30 p.m.-PICNIC
Leave from parking lot of First Methodist Church,
State and Huron Streets
Return to campus at 6:30 p.m.
Supper 50c
SUNDAY, JUNE 6-PROTESTANT DIALOGUE-7:00 p.m.
at Lutheran Student Center, Hill and Forest Streets
"CHURCH-SAVING OR SERVING AGENT"
MONDAY, JUNE 7-OPEN HOUSE-8:00-1L:00 p.m.
at Stoneburners' residence, 536 Elm
Above programs are sponsored by the following groups:
Baptist, Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ,
Disciples, and E.U.B.

A Combined

Open

House

and

Computer

Demorstration

will be held on
Sunday afternoon, the Sixth of June
from two o'clock to half past five o'clock
at the office of
INFORMATION CONTROL SYSTEMS,
INCORPORATED
3853 Research Park Drive

ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in Room
1011 BAB.
Folk Dance Club, Folk dance with in-
struction, Fri., June 4, 8-11 p.m., Wom-
en's Athletic Bldg.
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking and/or
swimming, June 6, 1:30 p.m., Rackham,
Huron St. entrance.

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H4AVE A DATE EVERY
SATURDAY NIGHT
You'll finally be able to afford to, if you get
a Honda.
Trade in your gas-eater for a thrifty Honda
50. Up to 200 miles per gallon, and at least
that many laughs. Maybe more.
Hondas are just the ticket for campus traffic
and campus parking, and you'll notice a big
difference in your pocketbook, too, It'll
bulge for a change.
And so will your date book.
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YOUR COLLEGE BOOKSTORE
336 S. State St.
COMEDY CLASSICS WEEKEND
at CINEMA GUILD
ON THE PROGRAM:
NEVER WEA THER with Harold Lloyd
BATT LE OF T HE CE NT URY and the
academy award winning T HE MUSIC BOX
both with Laurel & Hardy
finally wacky and wild Harry Langdon
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were stone broke or diamond rich. You rode in chair
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s of those who did. C'mon along and climb the ladder
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g-do, the tavernr brawls; the sudden twists of that mad
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