Thursday, July 31, 1969
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Kurt Carpenter and
James Rose, speakers
-experiment in inderminacy
-new sounds and thoughts
Thursday, July 31-8 P.M.
Guild House-802 Monroe
Fun! Informal! Friendly!
Jellydonuts, cookies, and FUN
afterwards. Everybody welcome.
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(Continued from Page 1) ment and the Geophysics lab.
department-there apparently is Now, says Pollack, although
also a close, but somewhat dif- there is a good deal of similarity
ferent kind of relationship with between the research done in the
WRL. two units, there are fewer pro-'
fessors and graduate students
O ver the past tw o years, says wo k ng a he G o hy i s la n
Prof. Henry Pollack, "the center working at the Geophysics lab and
of gravity for graduate work in this link to the department has
geophysics has shifted toward' broken dawn,
campus because two geophysicists problelp resolve pis t ansui
are now centering their work
are " cfor the tra1sferral of newly-dis-
here."covered knowledge from the lab
Pollack himself typifies this to the department - geology has
shift. Coming to the University been careful to schedule seminars
with a joint appointment in the so that they are convenient to
geology department and in WRL's WRL researchers. "More and
Geophysics lab, Pollack switched more Willow Run people now
to a full-time appointment on cen- come to seminars during the
tral campus because he was dis- week," says Pollack.
satisfied with the "lack of visibili- The geology department con-
ty" to students at Willow Run. tinues to receive "all the coopera-
In addition to the shift in the tion one could-ask for" from the
location of graduate work, Pollack lab, the geophysicist notes, espe-
notes that "by being on campus cially in the form of loaned equip-
we've involved undergraduates ment and free technical assist-
much more." But at the same time, ance.
the redistribution of work in But Pollack still believes that
geophysics has strained relation- the geophysics lab "has not been
ships between the geology depart- as beneficial to students as it
could have been"-especially be-
cause of its location in Ypsilanti.
Although some WRL research-
ers are also involved in programs SEN. EDWARD KENNEDY, announced yesterday that he has
of the electrical engineering de- decided to retain his Senate seat and serve a full second term if
partment, chairman Joseph Rowe relctdnxya.
expresses less satisfaction than re-elected next year.
the heads of other units with the Kennedy, whose political career was jeopardized by the accidental
relationship that has evolved. death of a passenger in an automobile he was driving, released a brief
While several researchers hold statement of thanks for the messages of support that followed a TV
joint appointments in the electri- broadcast in which he said he might resign.
cal engineering department-and His announced intention to serve another senate term was inter-
others act frequently as lecturers preted as precluding a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination
on a one-termbasis-Rowe still in 1972.
says he "would like to see more of
the results of research programs
enhance the academic programs." PRESIDENT NIXON made the first visit of an American
At present, Rowe notes, the re- chief-of-state to Saigon to confer with South Vietnamese Presi-
lationship between the depart- dent Thieu and to address U.S. servicemen.
ment and WRL is "stable" pend- Standing on the steps of the presidential palace, Nixon and Thieu
ing the outcome of the Macnee spoke of the sincerity of American peace initiatives, calling on Com-
study committee report, But, he munist negotiators "to talk seriously about ways to stop the killing."
adds. "There will be some modi- Nixon affirmed that "it is time to bring an end to the war" in
fications, probably this next aca- a way that would assure the South Vietnamese and other South
demic year. PEast Asian countries the right of self-determination.
And if Vice President Norman During his five and a half hour visit to Vietnam, Nixon told
has hisasinitheotherdepart-American troops at a combat base near Saigon that "history will
be the case. nrecord that this may have been one of America's finest hours, because
ments as well.
we took a difficult task and we succeeded in it."
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ductor, Austin Peay State University: Deere And Co., Moline, Ill. - Engin- pessimistic view of the possibility of troop withdrawals after a briefing
ring analyst, plant engrg, and manuf. by Gen. Earle Wheeler, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
G eneral tices Ford Motor Company, Mich. and Ohio * * *
locations - Engineers in Manuf, PrO- FOREIGN MINISTERS of the Organization of American
Student Accounts: Your attention is cess. Q.C., Product Design and Dev., and
called to the following rules passed by Metallutgical or Chemical engrg. States yesterday unanimously approved a formula for ending the
the Regents at their meeting on Feb- Sylvania Electronic Components - two-week old war between Honduras and El Salvador.
ruaiy 28, 1936: "Students shall pay all Seneca Falls, N.Y. - Projects Manager,
accounts due the University not later MS in engrg. and bus, ad orientation The approved resolutions call for immediate withdrawal of Sal-
than the last day of classes of each and 8 yrs indust. exper. vadoran troops from Honduran territory and machinery to reconcile
semester or summer session. Student Beloit rCorporation, Wis. - Account- the differences between the two nations.
loans which are not paid or renewed ing degrees with 2 years; COBOL/IBM
are subject to this regulation; how- 30, 40 or 50 exper. El Salvador, threatened by economic sanctions, had agreed Tues-
ever, student loans not yet due are
exempt. Any unpaid accounts at the City of Kalamazoo, Mich. - Police- day to a troop pullback.
woman, degree in social sciences. * * *
close of business on the last day of Lakeview Public Schools, St. Clair
classes will be reported to the Cashier Shores, Mich. - School Psychological .s
of the Universit and Diagnostician, MS, Specialist, or Diag- used in the manufacture of automobiles, home appliances, and
"(a) All' academic credits w il ' teIcin sciit-rio5 rxra sas N tional containers.
withheld, the grades for the semester Wildlife Refuge, Austwell, Texas - The nation's largest steel manufacturer cited increased pay for
or summer session just completed will Public Use Specialist, giving tours etc., workers and rising costs of operation as reasons for the boost.
not be released, and no transcript of 1 years assignments for nat. sci., con-
credits will be issued. servation, zool, recreation, courses. Other steel producers declined to say whether they would boost
their own prices, buts said they were studying U.. Steel's action.
th'There was no immediate comment from the White House on
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-SalmaggiN.Y Daily Column
the increase, but Vice President Agnew called it "another indicator
the economy needs the surtax-another indicator of inflation."
* * *F
MOON DUST is "interestingly different" in its composition
from that of earth, a scientist at the Houston Space Center re-
Lunar rock, samples gathered by the crew of Apollo 11 proved'
low in alkaline content and relatively high in titanium.
Other chemical characteristics suggested that the surface of the
moon has an origin that is volcanic rather than meteoric.
Meanwhile, a seismometer deposited on the moon by the astro-
nauts has registered disturbancesat great distances, suggesting thai
the thoon has a surface crust about 12.5 miles thick.
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