THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, 14 FEBRUARY 1965
The University Activity Center of the Michigan Union and Women's League presents
Tuesday, Feb. 16-Rackham Aud.
Author of THE OTHER AMERICA and a
nationally known worker for 'civil and eco-
nomic rights, he is currently Chairman of the
Board of the League for Industrial Democ-
racy. He will speak on "In the Midst of
RICHARD J. DALEY-
Wednesday, Feb. 17-Hill Aud.*
As mayor of the city of Chicago, Mr. Daley
constantly confronts the practical problems
of urban poverty. He will talk about "The
Blight of Our Cities."
*formerly scheduled for League Ballroom
Monday, Feb. 22--Rackham Aud.
A professor of Economics at Michigan State
University, he is one of the nation's leading
proponents of the theory of structural unem-
ployment and an expert on the effects of
automation on society. He will speak on
"Men or Machines?"
Tuesday, Feb. 23-Rackham Aud.
The Administrative Assistant to Walter Reu-
ther, president of the United Auto Workers,
has long been concerned with union activi-
ties. He will talk about "The Political Voice
of the Poor."
Thursday, Feb. 25-Rackham Aud.
The President of Ohio University was the
chairman of the committee which helped to
create the United States Job Corps. He will
present some of the details of the current
Friday, Feb. 26-Union Ballroom
The Assistant Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare is a specialist on the social se-
curity system and its problems. He will be
speaking about the "Young and Unskilled,
Old and Ignored."
Monday, March 1-Rackham Aud.
Author of THE CONSERVATIVE MIND, Dr.
Kirk often contributes to THE NATIONAL
REVIEW. He will speak on "Justice and Pov-
erty: a Conservative View."
WHITNEY YOUNG, JR.-
Tuesday, March 2-Rackham Aud.
As Executive Director of the National Urban
League, he has been a leader in the drive for
civil rights and helped organize the March
on Washington. His speech will be concerned
with the "Minorities Ruled: The Problem of
the Non-White Citizen."
Whitney Young, Jr.
All Speeches Begin at 8:00 P.M.
"Reactor Panels" of professors and professional social workers