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Jet, crew return from
passengers take small

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cuba;
er plane
MIAMI, Fla. (P) - Eighty-six
passengers of an American jet-
liner hijacked- to Cuba returned
to the United States yesterday
aboard a mercy plane normally
used on "freedom flights" to ferry
Cuban refugees to Miami.
The chartered plane landed at
Miami International Airport at
12:28 p.m., EDT, and the passen-
gers were taken into a quarantine
building for questioning and
clearance.
The hijacked Northwest Orient
Airlines jet, which had 87 passen-
gers when hijacked, returned ear-
lier today from Havana with only
the seven-member crew aboard.
The hijacker remained behind in
Cuba.
The aviation industry, in de-
spair over the seeming impossibil-
ity of preventing airplane hijack-
ings, disclosed yesterday it is
briefing pilots on landing instruc-
tions at Havana airport.
Most airlines admitted that
their pilots had training in ap-
proach and procedure at the Cu-
ban capital, and Trans World Air-
lines even said its radios could
be switched to Havana frequen-
cies.
In the wake of two hijackings
within 48 hours of each other, the
airlines reviewed existing precau-
tions. They concluded that, be-
cause of safety aspects involved,
it is next to impossible to keep a
hijacker from taking over a plane.
The Northwest jet touched down
just hours after a Southeast Air-
lines DC3 with 14, asegesand
a three-man crew were permitted
to complete a flight to Key West
that was interrupted Saturday.
Saturday's hijackings were the

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3
Day Calendar
Audio-Visual Education Center Sum-
mer Previews -- The Little Mariner (a
true fairy tale) Alaska (settling a new
frontier, Multipurpose Rm., UGLI,
1:30 P.m.
CIC Institute Lecture Series-Profes-
sor Kun Chang of the University of
California, "Sino-Tibetan Linguistics,"
Wednesday, July 3, Noble Lounge of
Oxford Apts., 627 Oxford Rd., 7:30 p m.
FRIDAY, JULY 5
Audio-Visual Education Center Sum-
mer Previews - Cottontail, Forest Mur-
murs, Multipurpose Rm., UGLI, 1:30
p.m.
Cinema Guild - James Dean and Sal
Mineo in "Rebel Without a Cause",
Architecture Aud., 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital --
David Herman, Organ, Hill Aud., 8:00
p.m
SATURDAY, JULY 6
'Cinema Guild'-- James Dean and Sal
Mineo in "Rebel Without a Cause",
Architecture Aud., 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
School of Music - "Contemporary
Directions" - Sydney Hodkinson, Con-
ductor, Lecture Hall, Rackham Bldg.,
8:00 p.m.

two copies of the dissertation and ab-
stract - ready in all respects for pub-
lication - must be filed with the Dis-
sertation Secretary by Mons, July 15.
Reports of the doctoral committees on
final oral examinations must also be
filed with the Dissertation Secretary
by Mon., July 15, for August graduates.
The Margaret Bell Women's Pool
summer hours for students are: Mon.-
Fri., 4:30-6:00 p.m.; Tues. & Thurs.,
8:00-9:00 p.m.; Mon. & Wed., 7:00-9:00
p.m.; Sunday, 3:00-5:00 p.m. (co-recrea-
tional. Women holding a current W.S:.
are needed to life guard during 3B.
Anyone interested should call the pool
(769-4950). -
Doctoral
Examinations
James Edwin Moore, Music, Disserta-
tion. "The National School Band Con-
tests from 1926-1931," on Wed., July 3
at 3:30 p.m. in Rm. 2277 School of
Music. Chairman: A. P. Britton.
Chang Choi, Mathematics, Disserta-
tion: "The Subgroup Structure of the
Mathieu Group of Degree 24," on
Thurs., July 4 at 3 p.m. in Rm. 2019
Angell Hall. Chairman: D. Livingstone.
Robert Charles Wall, Conservation,
Dissertation: "An Analysis of the Cur
rent Status of the Schistosome Derma-!
titis Problem in Michigan, on Fri.,
July 5 at 9 a.m. in Rm. 1036 Natural
Resources. Chairman: W. B. Stapp.

David Anthony Butterfield, Psychol-
ogy, Dissertation: "An Integrative Ap-
proach to the Study of Leadership Ef-
fectiveness in Organizations," on Fri.,
July 5 at 1 p.m. in, Rm. 5110 I.S.R.
Chairman: S. E. Seashore.
Charles Cooper Hoopes, Electrical En-
gineering, Dissertation: "Study of
Pseudo-Random Number Generators,"
on Mon., July 8 at 1 p.m. in Baer Con-
ference Rm., Cooley Lab. Chairman:
T. G. Birdsall.
Nellie Mae Varner, Political Science,
Dissertation: "The Flexibiilty of the
Soviet and American Governments in
Foreign Policy: A Comparative Study,"*
on Mon., July 8at 1 p.m. in Rm. 4609
Haven Hall. Chairman: W. Zimmerman.
Garry Lee McDanlels, Education, Dis-
sertation: "A Longitudinal and Cross-
Sectional Study of the Patterns of
Achieving School Pppulations from
Three Academic Levels," on Mon. July
8 at 3 p~m. in Rm. 1600 University Ele-
mentary School. Chairman: W. A.
Ketcham.
Placement
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Announcements:
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Applic. at Gen. Div., Bureau of Appts.
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Vista Week - July 9-12, watch for
further announcements.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division by' mail and
phone, please call 754-7460 for further
information.
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tative to cover Michigan, promotion of
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Car and expenses paid. Man, degree req.
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Passengers finally make Miami
Student report hits
financial aid office

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(Continued from Page 1)
-The office has at times pro-
vided false information to stu-
dents. The report cites an exam-
ple of one student, who was in-
formed she was ineligible for an
NDEA loan for which she later
found out she was eligible.
-The office has "repeatedly
shown an insensitivity toward
and lack of concern with the needs
of poor students."
The report says the office "has
not recognized that many poor
students cannot afford many
items which middle class students
Berkeley:
city council
faces protest
(Continued from Page 1)
police force with hundreds of oth-
er officers on a standby basis.
More than 100 arrests have been
made by 700 massed police, Cal-
ifornia Highway Patrol officers
and Alameda County sheriff's
deputies; windows have been
smashed and fires set since the
demonstrations began Friday,
night.
Rallies by activists sponsoring
the demonstrations have been
held on the University of Cali-
fornia campus. But only a hand-
ful of students has been among
those arrested.
Roger Heyns, chancellor of UC
Berkeley, said the trouble was be-
tween nonstudents and the City
of Berkeley,
Only a handful of those arrested
have been students.

are given by their parents even
when they have partially sup-
ported themselves through their
undergraduate education."
Such items include winter
clothing for students from warm-
er climates, professional clothing
for students in professional
schools and transportation costs
to the University.
-The office has "taken a pa-
ternalistic attitude" toward stu-
dents by taking the position of
"loan experts who know what
options are best for individual
students."
-The office has not provided,
or made loans to provide the
types of resources which incom-
ing poor students, particularly
graduate students, need in order
to meet the initial expenses of
settling in Ann Arbor and the
continuing expenses of graduate
or professional education.
The report recommends that a
student committee be appointec
to implement changes in the fi-
nancial aids office and to act as
as permanent advisoryand review
board.
The proposed committee would
be composed of "a strong repre.
sentation of poor, black and
white, undergraduate and grad-
uate students, appointed by ap-
propriate student organizations.'
The committee would be char.
ged to see that each student be
provided with "full and accurate
information on available financial
assistance," and that a high prior-
ity be given to requests from in-
coming poor students for informa-
thion on housing and other needs
The report also urges that a
man "experienced in working wel
with the financial problems of the
poor, preferably a black man," be
appointed to the office,

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NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officaily
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available
in room 1011 SAB.
-* * ,
Bach Club meeting, Weds., July 3.
1968, 8:00 p.m.; Guild House, 802 Mon-
roe, Speaker: Dr. Thomas Taylor,
"Each's Concerto Form." For further
information call 769-2922, 761- 1688,
663-6361, or 769-1605.
University Lutheran Chapel, July 3.
10:00 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw. Sermon:
"The Flags You Fly," by Pastor Alfred
T. -Scheips.
S*
UM Rifle Club, Wed., 7-9 p.m., ROTC
Rifle Range, Shooting open to students
and faculty.

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first instances of air piracy since
FAA and Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation officials met last Ap -General NiTotices
ril to devise new methods to pre- TV Center Program: On Sun., July 71
vent such takeovers. the following program produced by the
After the meetings, a spokesman TV center will have its initial telecastj
announced that several measures in Detroit:
12:00 Noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4-
would be adopted by airlines and AFTER EDEN "Te ottomanGarden"
federal officials, but refused to By the 17th century the Ottoman
detail them saying it would only armies had consolidated a huge em
serve as warnings to future hi- pire. Prof. Hopkins surveys the for-
jackers. He declined to say if the tunes of the Near East under ottoman
rule.
measures were put into effect
during the latest hijackings. Candidates who expect to receive de-
Cuban authorities refused to al- grees in August 1968 are reminded that
low the Northwest passengers to
return on the three-engine 727 jet,
claiming Havana's 10,000-feet
runway was too short for a safe
takeoff.
The Minneapolis-Miami jet was DIAL 8-6416
hijacked over Florida by a Span- ENDING WEDNESDAY
ish-speaking passenger who,
boarded the plane in Chicago with
a .38 caliber revolver.C E NE mf
The plane's pilot, Capt. Richard'
Simonson, disputed Cuba's claim
that a takeoff with the 86 passen-
gers would have been unsafe.
Radio Havana, monitored in
Miami yesterday, said Cuban au-
thorities were investigating the
hijacking, the seventh airliner di-
verted to Cuba this year.
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Fri., July 5
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Mon., July 15
Fri., July 19
Tues., July 23
Fri., July 26

HICHARD JENSEN (Wash. U., St. Louis) "Data Prob-
lems in Comparative Hisoriography"
Robert ZeAsky U. of Penna.) "Utilization of Histori-
cal Data in the Study of Social Relations"
1 Philip Converse and Harold Jacobson (Michigan)
"Problems in the Collection and Use of Survey Data"
Robert Hefner and Lester Warner (Michigan) "Formal
Techniques for the Estimation of Missing Data (three
mode factor analysis, etc.)"
RICHARD JENSEN (Wash. U., St. Louis) "Data Prob-
lems in Comparative Historiography"
Otis Duncan (Michigan) "Nonrecursive Casual Model-
ing and Empirical Research"
Donald Stokes (Michigan) "Theoretical Underpinnings
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