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Thursday, July 17, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, JULY 17

I will be held Saturday, July 19, 10-12.
a.m. in Room 2402 Mason'Hall. Please
consult your instructor for the Make-
up Examinations and then sign the
list in the History Office, 3605 Haven
Hall.

SUMMER COMMENCEMENT
EXERCISES
August 10, 1969
To be held at 2:00 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium. All graduates of the 1969{
spring-summer term may attend.
Reception for graduates, their rela.

on Thursday. July 17 at 9:30 a.m. In
1261 IST, Chairman: R. H. Sands.
Phillip Charles Muehrcke, Geography,
Dissertation: "Visual Pattern Analysis:
4 Look at Maps," on Thursday, July
17 at 10:00 a.m. in 4046 L.S.&A. Build-
ing, Chairman: W. R. Tobler.
Frank David Aberdeen, Education,
Dissertation: "Adjustment to Desegre-
gation: A Description of Some Dif-
ferences Among Negro Elementary
School Pupils," on Thursday, July 17 at
1:00 p.m. in 3206 U.H.S., Chairman:
L. W. Beach.

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Phenomenon and Alphabet: Multi-
urpose Room, Undergraduate Library,
:00 p.m.
Summer Concert Series: Leonard
Pennario, pianist: Rackham Lecture
Hail, 8:30 p.m.
Open Hearing, ROTC: July 17, 8:00
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Astronomy Department Visitors'
Nights: Friday, July 18, 8:00 pm., Aud.
B, Angell Hai. Orren C. Mohler will
speak on "Astronomical Discovery."
After the lecture, the movie "Apollo
10 - To Sort Out The Unknowsn" and
photographs of an Apollo flight will be
shown. Also, the Student Observatory
on the fifth floor of Angell Hall will
be open for inspection and for tele-
scopic observations of the Moon and
Mars. Children welcomed, but must
be accompanied by adults.,
The History Make-up Examination

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iv s and friends in Michigan League Gordon Douglas Smith, Music: Per-
Ba lroom immediately following t h e formance, on Thursday, July 17 at
ceremony. Please enter League at west 1:00 p.m. in Faculty Lounge, School of
entrance. Music, Chairman : C. P. Lillya.
Tickts: Four to each prospective Max S. Bell, Education, Dissertation:
graduate, to be distributed from Mon- "Studies with Respect to the Uses of
day, July 28, to Friday, August 9, at Mathematics in Secondary S c h o o 1
Diploma Department, 1518 L.S.&A. Curricula," on Thursday, July 17, at
Building, except on Saturday. August 1:30 p.m. in 3223 Angell Hall, Chair-
2, when office will be closed, man: P. S. Jones.
AcademicCostume: May be rented Stewart Edward GlyerChemistry,
sity Avenue. Orders should be placed Dissertation: "The Behrend Rearrange-
immeiaeyhan u be placede ment and the Oxidation of Hydroxyla-
i e diay, and MUST be plaJeduye19mines," on Thursday, July 17 at 1:30
Assembly for Graduates: At 1:00 p.m. p in 3003 Chemistry Bldg. Chair-
in Natural ScienceAuditorium. Mar Clayton Wii Pam La Pointe, Aerospace
sha will direct graduates to proper ngineering, Dissertation: "An Op-
Programs: To be distributed at Hiltical Study of Coaxial Turbulent Mix-
Auditorium. TbedsrutdaHiing of Liquid' and Gaseous Fuel with
Announcements: There will be a Air," on Thursday, July 17 at 2:00
limited number of graduation an- pm. in NASA Building Conference
nouncements for sale at the Informa- Room, Chairman: J. A. Nicholls.
tion Desk, First Floor Lobby, L.S.&A. Elvizabeth Nusbaum Smith, Compara-
Building. tveLiterature, Dsetto:"
Candidates who qualify for a doctoral Society of the Incomplete: The Phy-
degree from the Graduate School and chology and the Structure of Farce," on
WHO ATTEND THE COMMENCEMENT Thursday, July 17 at 2:00 p.m. in 1210
EXERCISES will be presented a hood Angell Hall, Chairman: Michael K.
by the University as part of the Springier,
ceremony..Jay Irwin Stark,, Economics, Dis-
ceremony. sertation, "The Pattern of Resource Al-
location in Education: The Detroit
Doctoral Exams Public Schools 1940 to 1960," on Thurs-
day, July 17 at 2:00 p.m. in N. Al-
cove, 4th floor, Rackham Bldg., Chair-
Irving T. Salmeen, Biophysics, Dis- man: H.. E. Brazer.'
sertation: "The Interpretation of Elec- William ErvinMathis, Music, Dis-
tron Paramagnetic Resonance a n d sertation: "The Development of Prac-
Mossbauer Spectra of Iron-Sulfur Pro- tices Involving Simple Instruments in,
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Barbara Ann Nissman, Music: Per-
formance on Thursday, July 17 at 2:30
p.m. in 3006 School of Music, Chair-
man: Gyorgy Sandor.
Wayne Edgar Miller, Education, Dis-
sertation: "A Study of Amish Academic
Achievement," on Thui'sday, July 17
at 3:30 p.m. in 3018 U.H.S., Chairman:
D. H. Cooper.
Placement Service
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City of Los Angeles: large listing of
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Photo Marketing Magazine, Jackson,
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Apollo 1ii
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"Their spirits were very good,"
said Astronaut Fred Haise in an
interview. \"They were looking
forward to the flight."
Armstrong, Collins, and Aldrin
were inserted in, their spacecraft
about two and a half hours be-
fore liftoff.
Meanwhile hundreds of thous-
ands of people began gathering on
roads surrounding t h e Kennedy
Space center to grab viewing sites.
Some had camped out as early as
a week before to reserve the best
places.
Over 3000 journalists h a d
gathered inside the spaceport be-
fore dawn to report details of the
liftoff to those who could not see
it in person. The newsmen were
soon joined by the first of 6000
invited guests who watched the
event from bleachers in a carni-
val atmosphere.
Over 250 members of the House
and Senate attended as well as
Vice President Spiro Agnew and
former President' Lyndon John-
son. Other viewers included ma-
yors, governors, ambassadors, and
corporation executives.
The launch had a special mean-
ing for Mrs. Neil Armstrong, who
watched the proceedings from an
undisclosed site in the space cen-
ter. The other two wives watched
,the launch from their Houston
homes.
Everybody w h o is anybody
showed up. The Poor Peoples
Campaign e v e n transferred op-
erations down here to protest the
lack of a priority plaed on hu-
man needs. A dozen of the cam-
paign members were invited into
the spaceport by NASA to watch
the launch.

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TWO REPUBLICAN leaders prodded Democratic leaders yes-
terday to push for passage of the income surtax extension before
Congress recesses Aug. 13.
Secretary of the Treasury David M. Kennedy told a news con-
ference that "it would be very bad to have the surtax extension be-
yond the recess." He emphasized that the administration is committed
to the extension.
Kennedy predicted the extension bill would be taken up before the
recess, and that it will be passed.
Senate Republican leader Everett Dirksen told the Senate he
hoped that Democrats would not let the bill languish while inflation
grew.
The Senate's Democratic policy committee has voted unanimously
to delay the surtax extension until meaningful tax reforms are ready
for Senate consideration.
Senate Democratic leader, Mike Mansfield said the policy com-
mittee will meet soonto reassess the situation. In reply to Dirksen he
said, the Senate is proceeding in an orderly way insisting on tax re-
form along with surtax extension.
GEN. EARLE G. WHEELER, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, arrived in Saigon yesterday arrousing speculation that im-
provement of South Vietnam's armed forces may follow further
troop withdrawals this year.
Officially Wheeler was on a four-day visit to assess the four-week
lull in fighting and to learn more of the progress of the South Viet-
namese forces in taking over combat duties from U.S. infantry and
marines.
Wheeler joined Gen. Creighton Abrams and Adm. John McCain,
Jr. in Saigon. McCain headed the task force that worked out the de-
tails for the 25,000 man withdrawal that President Nixon ordered to

be completed next month.

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UNWED GIRLS OVER 16 should be able to have birth con-
trol pills without parental consent, a New York psychiatrist told
the American Medical Association yesterday.
Dr. Alexander Symonds of the New York College of Medicine
suggested that doctors first try to influence such girls against indulg-
ing in illicit sex, but he added "if they are determined to have sex, we
cannot stop them; we can only help guide them to avoid serious com-
plications," that is, illigitimate births. /
Symonds added that if any doctor felt his own ethics or moral
values would not allow him to dispense the pill in these cases, "I urge
you not to violate the patient's confidence by telling her parents about
the request."

WAGE AND PRICE CONTROLS have been ruled out by the
,White House as tools to fight inflation.
Ronald Ziegler, White House press secretary, said yesterday that
President Nixon and his administration are opposed to wage and price
controls as an anti-inflation device.
Some confusion on the administration's position arose when Sec-
retary of the Treasury David Kennedy told a congressional committee
recently that wage-price controls might have to be considered if Con-
gress did not extpnd the income tax surcharge.
* * *
THE SUCCESSOR OF GEN. FRANCISCO FRANCO of
Spain will be nominated at a special session of the Cortes-parlia-
ment next Wednesday.
It was widely assumed Franco would propose that Prince Juan
Carlos de Borbon, 31-year-old grandson of Spain's last king Alfonso
XIII, be crowned upon his death.

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A SOVIET FLOTILLA, the first to penetrate the Gulf of
Mexico, is being carefully watched by the U.S. Navy.
The Pentagon disclosed yesterday that the U.S. destroyer escort
Thomas J. Gary, an electronic packed radar picket ship is following
five of the Soviet vessels. In addition Navy P3 antisubmarine war-
fare planes make periodic checks on the Soviet formation.
The Soviet flotilla is due to participate in ceremonies in Havana,
Cuba, July 26 celebrating Fidel Castro's revolution.

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