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Wednesday, August 14, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, August 14, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Three

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f END TALKS:
U lbricht fails
Sto' win! Dubcek

BERLIN OP) - East German
Communist leader Walter Ulbricht
returned yesterday from talks in
Czechoslovakia that strongly sug-
gested Prague will no longer fol-
low his line on German policy.
The results of Ulbricht's meet-
ing with Czechoslovak Communist
chief Alexander Dubcek at Kar-
lovy Vary fell far short of what
the bearded East German was able
to get last year from Dubcek's
prededessor, ousted Antonin No-
votny, a hard-liner.
The bland Karlovy Vary com-
munique did not mention the East
German-Czechoslovak treaty of
friendship, cooperation and mu-
tual assistance signed with much
fanfare by Ulbricht and Novotny
in Prague on March 17, 1967.
Ulbricht's quick maneuvers then
were generally credited with
checking a Czechoslovak drift to-
ward better relations with West
Germany.
It is felt here that Ulbricht had
similar objectives in rushing to see
Dubcek so soon after the six-party
Communist meeting Aug. 3 at
Bratislava. The attempt appar-
ently failed.
At Bratislava, Prague's five
hard-line Warsaw Pact allies-the
Soviet Union, East Germany, Po-
land, Bulgaria, and Hungary-
agreed not to interfere with Dub-
cek in Czechoslovakia's internal
liberalization. Ulbricht apparently
felt he still had to work quickly
to try to influende Dubcek on Ger-
man and foreign policy.
But the Karlovy Vary commu-

nique was even weaker than the
Bratislava declaration in uphold-
ing such East German positions
as the existence of two German
states.
It welcomed Ulbricht's condi-
tional offer to exchange envoys
with Bonn but stopped short of
saying Czechoslovakia supported
it.
If Ulbricht suggested a joint
Czechoslovak-East G e r m a n de-
fense of their frontiers with West
Germany, Dubcek rejected it.
Without saying the matter had
come before the conference, the
Czechoslovak news agency CTK
quoted Dubcek as telling a news
conference at Karlovy Vary, "We
consider the defense of the border
between Czechoslovakia and the
German Federal Republic-West
Germany-to be the affair of the
Czechoslovak Socialist Republic."
The main mention of West Ger-
many in the Dubcek-Ulbricht
communique was a statement say-
ing both sides oppose revengism,
militarism and ,neo-Nazism in
West Germany and support dem-
ocratic forces. The Bonn govern-
ment claims it is the latter and
some Czechoslovaks seem ready
to hear its arguments.
Even as Ulbricht and Dubcek
finished their talks, six Czecho-
slovak radio and newspaper re-
porters were visiting federal gov-
ernment offices in Bonn as part
of a two-week invitation from
West Germany's Friedrich Ebert
Foundation. Ebert was the first
president of the pre-Hitler Wei-
mar Republic in Germany.

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Day Calendar
12th International Congress of Papy-
rology - Opening of the Congress,
10:00 a.m.; Symposium: "The Back-
ground of Ptolemaic Institutions," 10:30
a.m.; Afternoon Sessions, 2:00 p.m.;
"Computer Uses in Papyrology," 7:30
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School of Music Degree Recital -
Marion Cambon, Piano Lecture Recital,
School of Music Recital Hall, 4:00 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
William Summerville, Piano Lecture
Recital, School of Music Recital Hall,
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been sent to departments for distribu-
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with degree students should be sub-
mitted to the Office of the Registrar
within 48 hours after the examination.
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should be submitted within 72 hours
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should be submitted to the Office of
the Registrar on or before Wed., Aug.
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Services,
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professional degree in December, 1968
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tion.
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.an be reached through the Foreign
Visitor Programs Office, 764-2148.
Dr. Zdenek Bardodej, Institute of In-
dustrial Hygiene, Prague, Czechoslo-
vakia, Aug. 9-17.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Bahieldin Mandour,
Manager, Training Dept., Egyptian
Maritime Transport Organization, Alex-
andria, U.A.R., Aug. 14-17.
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Oladapo is General Manager and Di-
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Lumber Company; Mrs. Oldapo Is Sen-
ior Health Educator, Ministry of Health,
Lagos, Nigeria, Aug. 18-20.
Dr. and Mrs. Dragomir Vojnic, Senior/
Research Officer and Assistant Direc-
tor, Institute of Economics, Zagreb,
Yugoslavia, Aug. 19-21.

Mr. Nour M. Rahimi, Journalist, Ka-
bul, Afghanistan, Aug. 23-26.
Mr. Svein Dalen, Managing Director,
Norwegian Productivity Institute, Oslo,
Norway, Aug. 23-27.
Prof. and Mrs. Thisyamondol Pan-
tum, Dean, Faculty of Economics and
Business Administration, Kasetsart Uni-
versity, Bangkok, Thailand, Aug. 25-28.
Dr. and Mrs. Mohamed Hyder, Senior
Lecturer, Department of Zoology, Uni-
versity College, Nairobi, Kenya, Aug.
27-30.
Mr. Samir Mukhopadhyhy, Curator in
Archaeology Section of :Indian Museum,
Calcutta, India, Aug. 28 to Sept. 4.
Doctoral.
Examinations
Richard Edward Bilsborrow, Econom-
ics. Dissertation: "The Determinants of
Fixed Investment by Manufacturing
Corporations in .Colombia," on Wed.,
Aug. 14 at 10 a.m. In Rm. 105 Econ-
omics Bldg. Chairman: W. H. L. An-
derson.
Donald Jonathan Black, Sociology,
Dissertation: "Police Encounters and
Social Organization: An Observation
Study," on Wed., Aug. 14 at 1:30 p.m. In
Rm. 3028 L.S.&A. Chairman: A. J. Reiss.
Elton Earl Beougher, Education, Dis-
sertation: "Relationships between Suc-
cess of Advanced Placement Mathemat-
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tive, School and Community Factors,"
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3223 Angell Hall. Chairman: P. S. Jones.
Edward Timothy Silva, Sociology,

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