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Thursday, June 19; 1969

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ZM 41 s::; >.;' e: tir :::> :" All publicity for these events must be by General Division, inquire about
withheld until the 'approval has become these positions and application proced-R-s
DAILY OFFICIAL effective. ures by calling 764-7460, or stop in atgent s et
Approval request forms for student 3200 S.A.B.
sponsored events are available in Norton Company, Worcester, Mass.:
IRooms 101 and 1546 of the Student Engineering personnel. Sales. Program-
Activities Building. ming. librarian. Auditing. Chemists.t o nsider
::::.: ::a::.:. SPU-Resistance - Joan Baez Con- Purchasing. Copy Supv., public rel.
?... ....... ...................cert - August 13, 1969 - 8:30 p.m. - exper./
THURSDAY, JUNE 19 All Events Bldg. U.S., Plywood, Gaylord, Mich.: Man- 4EI' o
y Delta Sigma Phi - Bucket Drive - agement trainee in wood technology, 9 DJ) K SI
Day Calendar October 13, 1969 -,Daytime - Cam- Q.C.Labass-ignment.
pus.Southwest Regional Laboratory f o r
Bureau bf Industrial Relations Sem- Educational Research and Dev., Ingle- (Continued from Page 1)
inar: "Management of Managers. Pro- Doctoral:Exams wood, Calif.: Editor/Writer, ed .and favoring the allocation of$
grns, No. 92": North Campus Com- C journalistic exper and intelrest in edu- per student from student fee
mans, 8:15 a.m. Carl Cay Semmielroth,, Psychology, cation,
School, of Social Work Continuing Dissertation: "Alterations in the Per- State oft Connecticut: Library Assiat. one term to SGC for the pur
Education Institute: Paul Glasser and ceived Sizes of Plane Figures as a Legal Steno. Director of Health Lab., of starting a University books
Norma Radin, University of Michigan Function of Binocular Disparty," on 12 years public healith of med. res. However SGC estimates tl
School of Social Work', "Preventive In- Thursday, June 19 at 8:30 a.m.. in exper this would provide on1y $65
tervention in Work With Parents: A K107t West Quad, Chairman: D. J. Bristol Laboratories, Syracuse, N.Y.: itiad
New Dimension in Social Work": Lob- Weintraub. Bilogincitiapl. icapdiEng.als.
by, Physics Bldg., 9:00 a.m. Selma Katherine Richardson, Educa- PhD gan h. Choed rEPckg. The University is the only
C College and University Adinistra- than Dissertation: "The Readability of Engr. Production, ChE Indust Hygien- 10 college without a Unive
tion Institute: Barbara W. Newell, ;Cassroom Periodicals for Upper Ele st. Purchasing Agent. Pharmacist. Ibosoe
Acting Vice-President for Student Af- mentary Grades," on Thursday, June Mkt. Prct Le. n.PAar bookstore.
fairs and Professor of Economics, Uni- 19 at 9:00 a.m. in 2292 U.H.S., Chair-Mr .,LeaderFinAProut SGC's proposal also provide
versity of i~chigan, "Student-Fculty man: F. C. Penij:. Promotion Mgrs. Promotion and pro- a n i n e man board of dire
Relationships in a Multiversity": Rack-, Frederick Goodwin Jones, Metallurgi- dutpann.SlsRs kg n.cmoe f'i tdnssl
tin i i lut r ~1 90cal Engineering, issertaitaioSlid duct planning. Sales Res. Mktg. Rns. ;composed of 'six students sele
htam Assembly Hall, Fourth Floor, 9:00caEgiernDsrtio:"ld Anal. by SOC and three faculty m+
a.m. Solubility of Hydrogen in 'TAnary Al-
. loys of Nickel with Cobalt and Cop- Harvard University Employment Of- bers designated by Senate Ass
General Notices ; per," on Thursday, June 19 at 1:15 fice, Cambridge. Mass.: Staff Asst in bly. Two of the students wil
pm. in 3201 East Engineering, Chair- couns and tutoring serv, office skills.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL man: R. D. Pehlke. Office Asst typing, scholarship office. graduates.
FOR DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN: I"Bibligraphic Asst, reading knowl. According to the bookstorei
The 'approval of the following stu French and Span. Sec for Latin Awer posal, the Regents will havef
dent sponsored events becomes effec- P a e nt r2 ' Scholar program, typing. Receptionist,cotlovrh pliyeabs
tive after the publication of this notice Current Position Openings received typiigg for grad and career plans dept. con over the policy establi
- - -- - - - - --- Offic asst in Soc. Relations, typing. b the board.
Secretary for Freshman's Dean; typing. Roger Keats, chairman of,
DAILY TI MES Copywriter, 2 yrs exper. Sr Res Asst SGC committee to draft the be
NpOW 1ox eA0ERN0TEATRES:00-3 :40 in exper psych, data analysis know. store proposal, speculated that
6:30-9:1 Dept. -Secretary, Afro-Amer. Studies,
H0typing. Illustrator, ink and pen skills, managers of the major booksl
375 No.IMAPLE'PD.-76-130 THUR. ONLY Museum, typing- in Ann Arbor -- Ulrich's, Fol
3340-6:30-9:105SecretaryFine Arts Dept Fogg Mu- Slater's, Overbeck's and Wahr
seum, typing. Public Relations Writer, would probably voice their c
.............................. *...................... medical career planning materials, hoa plaints against the proposed'
" pital bkcrnd. pref. Secretary, Physicsvestbokortohe eg
NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME *Dept.typing of sci. nature. versity bookstore to the Reg
PEPArts-Staff,inc., Toledo, Ohio: Photo- However, Frederick Ulrich
CONTINUOU ECS...REgrpherCEfo"; sliesfilms, gra -phot: last night he had no plans to
**** "'*w** s""* ** s"****'******** * 0"""""s"" """ "*i activities. tend the Regents meeting.
Local County Office: Administrative The Regents are not expecte
1-i Secretary, some legal sec. exper necess, ' discuss the Intramural Comr
bookkeepigcexencessa supv.dutes tee's proposal for funding of
imoynn* s oftramural facilities. The prop
has c o mn e under severe stu
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE criticism because it recommen
for the whole lamlly! 212 S.A.B., Lowel Level: hik f$5prsuet°ntl
Bucyrus-Erie Company, South Mil- ike of $15 per student in tu
Waukee, Wisconsin seeks architectural after the buildings are built w'
student for summer work, want some- out a student mandate empoi
A N Yr one avable now, or after end of.in it to do so.
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ARRESTS MADE:
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New confrontations nw oa
re hit South U.tarea by The Associated Press a d Colae Press Service
$1.75 (Continued from Page 1) state police, 45 county sheriff's de- ISRAELI JET FIGHTERS bombed Iraqui and Jordanian ar-
s for The police had earlier lined puties, and 20 Monroe County tillery units yesterday in Israel's strongest assault on Jordan this
pose parts of South University for four sheriff's deputies moved into posi- year.
tore. hours lastnihinivetymorpfou ions on South University between The jets attacked at several points along a 30-mile front strtch
hat o as night in an atmosphere East University and South Forest The ea d Sea
of peace which provided striking ing north of the Dead feaw i
5,000 contrast to thetviolent confron- Abo These foces were oined y The Israelis said no planes were hit and no Arab air power was
ion and arrests of the previous sheriff's deputies at 9 p.m. encountered. Jordanian sources reported heavy anti-aircraft f itr e
sity The Monroe force, which used throughout the raid.
Streams of people moved up most of its men to guard an arm- On Tuesday, Iraqi artillery units had fired on a restaurant on
s for and down the street. Some chatted ored vehicle stationed at South the Israeli-occupied shore of the Dead Sea, killing an American tour-
ctors with state police officers. Others Forest and Washtenaw, pulled ist and wounding another.
cted talked in small groups. The num- out first at 10:30 after people be- The Israelis declined to officially link the restaurant attack with
lem- ber of civilians on the four-block gan to crowd around the unit the air raid
sem- commercial area attimes averaged ThIthe Ortrahd.
eover 1,000. The other four units withdrew The raid followed several Israeli warnings to Jordan, both pub-
11 be: over1,000. at 11.40 p.m.. lic and private; to stop firing artillery into Israeli territory.
About 60 Ann Arbor police-the -yn a y
pro- first units to move onto the street *,*,
final -took up and maintained posi- RO TC studv'NEW YORK. MAYOR JOHN LINDSAY said yesterday he'll
shed ftons in front of the Law Quad / forge a "new urban party" for the fall mayoral election with in-
shd ni rt Cofk he. La ua d-
and Martha Cook House. 1Idependents, liberal Democrats and Republicans.
the At 8 p.m. some 400 people, some makeup hit Lindsay said he was striking back at "the forces of the ultra-
ook- carrying White Panther flags, 'right" and that conservative State Sen. John Marchi, who defeated
thek marched from South University, (continued from Page 1)
tores F ALindsay in the city's Republican mayoral primary Tuesday, won be-
let's, anT South Forest Avenues toward charge - to study "the r o 1 e of cause he "hung onto the coattails of fear and reaction and the back-
s, police and then past them on ROTC in the University" - was lash."
Sm- their way to the University- so general t h a t the committee
Uni- sponsored rock concert on Jeffer- could choose its own direction. The conservatives also swept over the Democratic mayoral pri-
ents. son Plaza. 8 Vice President for Academic Af- mary, carrying City Controller Mario Procaccino to victory over form-
id At about 8:10 p.m. about 10 fairs Allan Smith said, "This cm- er Mayor Robert Wagner and Bronx Boiough president Herman Badil-
t- -- ---- mittee will eventually have to face lo.
the issue of academic credit for The conservative victories paralleled the results in the recent
d t ROTC courses.' mayoral elections in Los Angeles and Minneapolis.
mit- R aT He added that if the committee* *
in- Radoes recommend withdrawing all
osal academic credit for ROTC it will A FEDERAL COURT ruled Tuesday that graduate students
dent be "tantamount to recommending must be given draft deferments for an entire academic year if
ds a E3in tht hUniversity get rid of all they received their bacicalaureate degrees by Jurte 30, 1967, and
n re econtracts with th e armed serv- held a student deferment during their undergraduate years,
it- Tes prImplicit inthe,wcourt's decision was the ruling that a student
er ernment state tat appropri who received an undergraduate deferment after that date could be
eet- credit s h a 11 be given to ROTO drafted during graduate-study work during' an academic year, unless
edu-t courses, Buttrey said, the work was in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, osteopathy,
ting (Continued from Page 1) In studying the ROTC issue the or optometry.
ock vice-president for university committee will be consulting var- The court also ruled that an Individual had the right to bring suit
col- , 'e s i. ious concerned parties including in Federal court before induction to restrain that process.
Irelat I different student organizations * . -
ilar No one from the sheriff's office and representatives of the armed
Uni- was invited to the meeting. services. IRELAND'S ELECTION ended yesterday with a heavy turn-
hed- Harris and Fleming refused to The committee will also use the out at the polls, but the results are not in yet.
Uni- comment about the details of the reports of ROTC studies made at Prime Minister Jack Lynch, defending a party record of 12 years
meeting saying that the group Stanford, Harvard, MIT, a n d in power, declared himself confident of an outright victory. However,
- had agreed beforehand not to. Princeton. They are to reporbt by he also said he would be ready to form a minority-government.
Harris did say he could not con- Th e ROTC issue was referred to Opposition leaders declared themselves certain of considerable
done an effort by a group cof the Academic Affairs Committee gains.
people to take over a street. I by Assembly in May. The literary The election has been interpreted as a vote of confidence in
Sndone ycollege curriculum committee had Lynch and his Fianna Fail, or Soldiers of Destiny party, successors
earlier m a d e a study of ROTC of the men who fought against partition in the Irish civil war,
Commenting on the demand course content and reported that The opposition was between the Irish Party founded by men who
that South University be closed .'the bulk of ROTC courses "were accepted partition and the union-backed Laborites.
down, Harris said,s"I woud e non-analytical and often blatantly The 1.75 million electorate had to choose 143 members of the
Ikidding you if' I said we were propogandistic." i"14sa rs alaet
Y going to." However, the LSA executive 144-seat Irish parliament.
Harris also said the city will committee decided the issue was
"investigate all charges against of University wide concern a n d STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY voted yester-
the police and anyone who breaks should be studied by Assembly be- day to bar all newsmen from the group's four-day meeting.
a law." fore any action is taken. Bernadine Dohrn, SDS inter-organizational secretarysaid a res-
olution to bar all newsmen "passed by a substantial show of hands."
The action followed earlier demands that newsmeA pay a $25 fee
VOLKSW AGON to be permitted access to the Chicago coliseum and a proposal that
any newsman attending the convention sign an affidavit that he
Sles - Service - Parts - Body Shop would not appear before any congressional, federal or state agency
LARGE SELECTION OF USED CARS to divulge any information about SDS and its members.
The Associated Press and major newspapers refused to pay any
- Watch the 2867 Washtenaw fee or sign the affidavit.
eprges oftour .J Ypsilanti Miss Dohrn said there would be no news conferences during the
II I new location Pconvention, but a summary will be issued Sunday.
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