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Thursday, August 14, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
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music
Javanese Gamelan,
by the lakeside"i
The University's Javanese gam- residents who rehearse two nights
elan will present a free outdoor a week in Burton Tower.
concert at 7 p.m. today at the lake Three years ago the set of 50 in-
Ceam eus.struments was purchased by the
Campus.music school and the Center for
The gamelan is an ensemble of South and Southeast Asian Stud-
gongs, xylophones, drums, and ies Prof. William Malm, an Asian
other instruments of bronze and music specialist, directed the first
wood from Indonesia. msi sp.
Javanese music is traditionally, small group
performed at all-night, outdoor Judith Becker h as since then
theatrical events, but fouruprey- acted as the gamelan's leader, de-
ious Ann Arbor programs h a ve veloping more authentic tech-
been in Hill Auditorium. Tonight's niques and a larger repertoire.
concert will have a more relaxed, Mrs. Becker ard her husband are
informal atmosphere. now in Indonesia on two-year
Included in the program are foundation grants for study and
pieces with a variety of styles and teaching.
techniques, from both the theater In May t h e ensemble toured
and dance traditions, several campuses, including Ober-
The 18 performers are students, lin College and the University of
faculty members, and other intert Chicago, and received warm au-
ested Ann Arbor and Detroit-area dience reactions.
URGES OPENNESS:
Kelley- bars closed
1Regents meetin Is

the
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by The Associated Prr ad/l Coll me Prres SerIce

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India Students Associationa
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construction bids for the Modern
bt Languages classroom and office
-A request from Pierpont for
authorization of funds from un-
designated gifts for moving -in
costs and equipment for the new
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library.
-A request from Pierpont and
Acting Vice President for Student
Affairs Barbara Newell for re-
gental authorization for the Uni-
versity to become a lender in the
Federal Insured Student Loan
9 1'Program and for the use of cer-
gtam funds for these loans.
-A request from Pierpont for
the approval of the sale of a plot
of land on North Campus to the
ICS~. Inter-Cooperative Council.
-A request from Pierpont for
approval of a contract with a
private company involving the
establishment of a titled profes-
sorship in return for grants and
scholarship funds.
Under the attorneyugeneral's
~3i. ruling, the action requests now
handled in closed session will ap-
parently have to be considered, or
i good at least formally acted upon, dur-
ing the open meetings.

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THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC and DEPARTMENT OF ART
present Nicolails opera
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~"he Merry Wivies of, Windsor"
(in English)
August 15, 16,118, 19-8:00 PM.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Box Office open: 12:30-5:00 P.M. August 11 -14
12:30-8:00 P.M. August 15, 16, 18, 19
Good seats still available

The ruling does not, however,
bar informal discussion related,
for example, to information re-
ports from the executive of ficers.
Nor would it preclude the kind of
extensive secret discussions held
recently by the Regents on such
controversial topics as the Stu-
dent Government Council book-
store proposal, the proposed Uni-
versity bylaws and the play
"Dionysus in 69."
The attorney general's ruling?
was prompted by a request by
state Rep. Phil Pittenger ER-
Lansing) who had specifically
cited the problem of closed meet-
ings held by the Michigan State
University Board of Trustees.
Two trustees recently refused to
meet with the others during the
closed meetings held by the board.
Housing head
not namned
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Mrs. Joseph Mhoon, who resigned
July 21 in a dispute with the
commission over her role in hir-
ing new staff members.
The dispute arose in July, when
Weeks, reading from the com-
mission's bylaws, reaffirmed that
"personnel . . . shall b~e selected
and appointed by the commis-
sion."
Mrs. Mhoon objected to the
hiring of an assistant for tenant
relations, saying 'she would hire
whomever she pleased to fill the
position. The commission can
recommend and approve appoint-
ments if it wants to, Mrs. Mhoon,
said, but "I will hire my own
staff."
Mrs. Mhoon will officially leave
her position on Monday.
Concerning other matters, Weeks
made public yesterday a letter
addressed to Mrs. Mildred Officer,
chairman of a committee recently
established by the Human Rela-
tions Commission to investigate
the Housing Commission's policies.
In the letter, Weeks said, "I
can understand your concern"
about, the Housing Commission's
policies, but "I ask you to give us
a reasonable opportunity to set
our house in order."

PRESIDENT NIXON announced yesterday he will nominate
an associate justice to the Supreme Court by the end of this week.
However, the President did not disclose the nominee's name and
the White House press secretary said that it would not be released
until the nomination Is made.
Earlier Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen said South Caro-
lina's federal circuit judge Clement Haynsworth would be nominated
today "unless there is a radical change in signals."
* * *
A U.S. APPEALS COURT RULING overturning the federal
civil rights decision to stop aid to a Florida school system may
imperil further desegregration efforts, a government source said
yesterday.
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that aid could not
be cut off to all Taylor County school programs on the basic of segre-
gation of students and faculty. The Civil Rights Act prohibition of
federal aid to discrimnatory activities is applicable only to individual
programs that are found to be segregated, the court maintained.
In commenting on the case, a top government civil rights official
predicted the ruling would be appealed to the Supreme Court.
THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT'S antitrust division chief yes-
terday recommended that the government abandon importation
quotas on foreign crude oil.
Reporting to a Cabinet task force on oil import controls, Asst.
Atty. Gen. Richard McLaren said the present system is costly to the
economy, unfair to consumers, anti-competitive and unnecessary for
national security. He suggested that if import restraints are judged
necessary, a low protective tariff would be preferable to aquota system.
CZECHOSLOVAKIA'S COMMUNIST PARTY warned yester-
day the government would crack down hard on any persons
participating in "anti-socialst" demonstrations during the up-
coming first anniversary of the Soviet invasion.
Party chief Gustav Husak noted an increase in "disruptive
activity" including distribution of anti-government leaflets and work
slowdowns.
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AIR FORCE ENGINEERS told the Senate yesterday test
pilots would not have been allowed to make flight checks of air-
plane brakes made by B.F. Goodrich if the company had ac-
curately reported defects in the brakes.
Officials of the Government Accounting Office said the com-
pany's reported data did not correspond to the test results, and that
test procedures did not appear to comply with contract specifications.
A. Goodrich spokesmen acknowledged the discrepancy in reported
data, but denied deliberate falsification.
THE PENTAGON'S CONTINGENCY PLAN for U.S. emer-
gency military assistance to Thailand "very likely would not be-
come operative" in view of President Nixon's Asian policy, said
Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont) yesterday.
Citing Nixon's July 25 statement that U.S. troops would not be
used except in case of clear aggression across international boundaries,
Mansfield said the secret agreement with Thailand is outdated.
Mansfield also joined Senate Foreign Relations Committee chair-
man J. W. Fulbright in demanding that texts of the plan be delivered
to members of that committee and the Senate Armed Services Com-
mittee. The Defense Department has insisted that Senators come to
the Pentagon to examine the document.
* * .
WHITNEY YOUNG yesterday called the Nixon Administra-
tion's preventive detention proposals a first step toward oppressive
racial containments.
The 'administration has proposed imprisonment'for up to sity
days without bail for a suspect in whom a judge finds "substantial
probability" of guilt.
Young, who is executive director of the National Urban League,
told the annual American Bar Association meeting the measures, which
have raised doubts about the traditional presumption of innocence
and the Constitutional proscription of excessive bail, are an extreme
reaction to the problems of crime and race.
$500 MILLION would be provided to states in 1971 under the
administration's federal revenue sharing plan, President Nixon
said yesterday.
This initial fund would grow to $5 billion by 1975, and much of it
would be guaranteed to local governments in this first step toward
decentralization of the federal government, Nixon added.
Since about two-fifths of local government expenditures are
directed toward education, Nixon said he expects most of the federal
bonus to be spent for that purpose.
* * *
A PRISON REFORM PLAN emphasizing rehabilitation and
aid to local correction facilities was announced yesterday by the
chairman of the House Select Committee on Crime.
The chairman, Rep. Claude Pepper (D-Fla), offered his program
as a substitute for the Nixon administration's proposals which he
said he would repeat the errors of the past.
The committee's plan would create a National Institute of Cor-
rections to oversee on-the-job training for prison inmates and board-
ing of model prisoners, especially youths, in private homes.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Aug. 15 and 16
A CHAPLIN FEATURE
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"Clouzot has directed with force, flair, and
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"I literally cannot speak, my throat is
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after seeing 'La Prisonniere' . . this had
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-Claude Mauriac, Le Figaro, Paris
FromTile
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