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THE MICHIGAN DAILYW

Wednesday, July 17, 1968

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C allfor.:
S The Daily Official Bulletin is an
" - official publication of the Univer-
e ol tio sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
al responsibiity. Notices should be
sent In TYPEWRITTEN form to
HONG KONG ()-A mystery Room 3528 L. S. & A. Bldg., be-
Chinese'radio station calling it- before 2 p.m. of the day preceding
Chlf oie roatPeonpl iba-publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
self '"voice of the Peoples Libera- for Saturday and Sunday. General
tion Army" has called upon PLA Notices may be published a maxi-
commanders and troops through- mum of two times on request; Day
out Red China to prepare for a Calendar items appear only once.
Student organization notices are
"true Communist" revolt against not accepted for publication. For
party chairman Mao . Tse-tung, more information call 764-9270.
Defense Minister Lin Piao, and WEDNESDAY, JULY 17
Mao's wife, Chiang Ching. ___
Violently denouncing the three e
for "usurping Qommunist power, I
lying to the masses, and chearing ; Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
the PLA," the almost nightly Inar - "Advanced Personnel Officers
broadcast accuses Mao of initiat- Course No. 9", Rm. 141, School of Busi-
ing and Lin and Chiang Ching of ness Administration, 8:75 a.m, to 10:00
helping carry out the "anarchism
that hasuparalyzed and is de- Bureau of Industrial Relations sem
stroing ur cuntr."oar - "Management of Managers Pro-
gram No. 63", North Campus Commons,
LOCATION UNKNOWN 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 to
Attempts to pinpoint the loca- 9:00 p.m.
tion of the station's transmitter Audio-visual Education Center Sum-
have not been sucessful-at least mer Previews -"Meaning in Modern
so far as is 'known, here -and Painting, Artist and Hifs Craft Wood-
there is consideal ndoubt s block Printer," Multipurpose Rm., Un-
whether it really is a clandestine dergraduate Library, 1:30 p.m.
army/ station operating on the CIC Lecture - wed., July 17. Prof.
Communist mainland. Akira Komal, University of Wisconsin,
i "Some Pitch Placement Rules in Mod-
It would appear from some di-er enJapanese," Noble Lounge, 627 ox
rection-finding equipment to be ford Rd., 7:30 p.m.
somewhere north of Kwangtung
Province, or in Hupei's Wuhan CIC Movie - Senhime Goten, in
area-the latter a hot-bed of anti- Japanese, will be shown Tues., in Ad
Maoist activities for more than a oA l l :p
year. ' Gilbert and Sullivan Society- Lion-
Sophisticated equipment exists el Bart's "Oliver", Trueblood Theater,
which can "bend" radio waves 8:00 pm.
and there are some here who be-
lieve the transmitter may be 10- Free ch oo
cated on Formosa. e 10
CHINA-WATCHERS
Professional China analysts here e tr o g r a -O-
tend to believe that the station el.1
is transmitting from mainland
China,. M~ (Continued from Page 1)
They say areas of China are in the different bastions of'power in
such chaos because of Mao's cul- this country and turn them back
tural revolution purge 'that it to the people, instead of the gov.
_would be possible to, operate a eiet nutiladmltr
clandestine transmitter in China establishments which currently
They also point to the tirade control them."
of invective against Mao's wife, A course focusing on "Social
known to be hated by many long- Change in American Society" has
time army veterans who fought also been organized. It will stress
the pre-1949 revolution that con- examination of the forces which
quered China for the Communist serve to perpetuate the status quo
and drove the Chiang Kai-shek in this country and will try to
government into exile on For- develop strategies for change.
mosa. Other courses which the Free
This, coupled with their feeling School plans to offer this summer
that Nationalist Chinese propa- include "Rock and Roll, the Blues,
gandist have, in one expert's Jazz and the American Freak
words, "never shown themselves Scene," "Utopian Communities,"
this effective," is inclining them to "Discussion on Radical Educa-
the belief that it is a clandestine tion," "Afro-American History,"
operation broadcasting from the "Imperialism," and "Marxism
mainland., and Marcuse."
A EFUL EXPLOIT' A coordinating committee is be-
AE E L 'ing formed for the Free School,
Broadcasts over the past week in which anyone interested may
have charged that "the Mao-Lin participate. It will hold its first
minority's seizure of power in the meeting next Tuesday in, the
Communist party is the dirtiest MUG, at a p.m.
event and the most shameful ex-_
ploit in our country's history."
They have also accused Mao, SUNDAY NIGHT
Lin, and Mao's wife . of being
"counterrevolutionary traitors to FILM SERIES
the pre-1949 Socialist revolution
that freed our nation" and of Sunday, July 21
"trying to establish a May dy- 9:00 P.M. only
''hough all broadcasts runs the
theme that~ Mao and Lin seek to NEWMAN CENTER
undermninethe power and the Thompson and William St.
prestige of the PLA and that (Not Architecture Aud.)
Mao's wife is in the forefront of
that campaign.

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School of Music - The Stanley Quar-
tetet, Angel Reyes, Violin, Gustave Ros-
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Jerome Jelinek, Cello, Lecture Hall,
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School of Music Degree Recital -
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value.
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