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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, 13 MARCH 1965

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, 13 MARCH 1965

U-C Regents Decide Today
On Resignation Acceptance

.~........D A IL Y O F F IC IA L B UL EI
B.ULLET..IN..........

(Continued from Page 1)
of being fired, resigning, or tak-
ing a leave of absence by Regents
board chairman Edward W. Car-
ter.
Warns of Rebellion
The ousted chancellor's report
warned that the student rebellion,
was continuing and "will spread
by infection and become endemic
unless countered by strong, stead-
fast resistance." He charged that
rules regarding political activity
on the campus are not being en-
forced.
As for the possibility he may be
asked to return as chancellor,
Strong reportedly does not believe
he will be summoned to do so,
but in any case would decline
unless freed from "frustrating
conditions."
Mass Resignations
Democratic assembly speaker
Jesse Unruh, a member of the
board of regents, warned that the
appointment of a supporter of ex-
Group To Hit
U.S. Support
Of Apartheid
An ad hoc committee of Ann
Arbor residents and University
students has been organized to
protest alleged American- business
support of apartheid in South Af-
rica, committee member Sue Or-
rin, '65, said yesterday.,
The committee, directed by Sam
Friedman, Grad, a member of
Voice political party, is propos-
ing that the University partici-
pate with it in a nationwide se-
ries of demonstrations to protest
financial support to South Africa.
The demonstrations will focus
on two areas of American eco-
nomic involvement. Their primary
target is a group of banks which
lent $85 million in 1961 to South
Africa and have since establish-
ed a revolving fund loan to the
South African government.

Chancellor Edward Strong could
lead to "mass resignations" by
the faculty.
According to Berkeley spokes-
man, only a handful of faculty
members so far have announced
they are leaving the campus. One
of them is Dr. Henry Rosovsky, a
history and economics professor,
who is going to Harvard. Rosov-
sky said he was "optimistic over
the future of Berkeley." He added,
"It is my firm belief there will be
no faculty exodus."

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan, for which The
Michigan Daily Assumes no editor-
ial responsibility, Notices should be
sent' in TYPEWRITTEN form to
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication.
SATURDAY, MARCH 14
Day Calendar
Cinema Guild-The Ann Arbor Film
Festival: Architecture Aud., 7 and 9

Student Government Council Approval
of the following student-sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All
publicity for these events must be,
withheld until the approval has be-
come effective.
Approval request forms for student-
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.+
Voice Political Party, Indian Soc.
Club. YSA-Planning meeting for
Easter Peace March, March 15, 7:30
p.m., Union 3-B.
Challenge, Lecture by Bernard Fall,
March 14, 2 p.m,, to be held either atj
Lydia Mendelssohn, Angell Hall, or

Station Artist. Male for immed, opening.
Degree in art or des. or equiv. trug.'
Some exper. pref. Art work ability
knowledge of layout & comp. & some
photography.
De Vlieg Machine Co., Royal Oak,
Mich.-Supv. of Dev. & Trng. Degree
in Educ. or Engrg, pref. Exper. in Va-
chine shop work, teaching, guidance &
counseling or related. Age 35-55.
State of Connecticut, Hartford -
Attn.: Seniors-Case Worker. Degree,
bkgd. in soc. & psych, or equiv. trng. &
exper. Perform social case work for
trng. program with state dept. or in-
stiaUt tl T0t navhp5± v n on ram-

time pathologists.
For further information, please call
764-7460 General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
ENGINLERING PLACEMENT INTER-
ViEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Einrg.
MARCH 17-
Amoco Chemicals Co., Chicago-BS-
MS: ChE, CE, EE & ME. Can con-
sider non-citizens becoming citizens.
Mktg. and/or Engrg.
j kDe Vieg Machine Co., Royal Oak,
Mich.-BS: EE EM & ME. MBA: Mktg.

Modine Mfg. Co., Racine, Wis. -
BS-MS: ME. BS: ChE, Naval & Marine
& Sci. Engrg. Dev., Des.. Sales & Mfg.
Sperry Phoenix Co., Div. of Sperry-
Rand Corp., Phoenix, Ariz.-All De-
grees: EE. BS-MS: ME. R. & D., Des.
Wayne County Road Comm.-BS-MS
Constr. Des,
MARCH 17-18-
The Louis Allis Co., Milwaukee, Wis
--BS-MS : EE, EM & ME, BS: IE. Can
consider non-citizens for temp. practi-
cal trng. R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
Maxon Premix Burner Co., Inc., Mun-
cie, Ind.-BS-MS: EM, IE, ME & Met.
BS: ChE & EE. R. & D., & Sales.

Messages of suppol:t for K@e'r Use of This Column for Announce- LeagueApu Applicatodeinac m-.w. SEnr- erewaes MRHb8
came from many parts of the ments is available to officially recog- p____Voice Political Party, speaker, Scott pus Application deadline March 24, wEmerson Eletri e., SalesSt. Louis and M erican Elect. Power Sys.. Indiana
country. Some were bids for Kerr's nized and registered student organiza- School of Music Recital-Carolyn Tol- Nearing, March 18, 7:30 p.m., Michigan National Tuberculosis Assoc-Various branch plants-BS: EE, IE & ME. Dev., & Michigan Electric Co. - BS: CE, EE
and some urged him to tions only. Forms are available in Room son, cellist, Recital Hall, School of Union, Room 3R and S. openings located in East & Midwest. 1. ;Des,, Prod. & Sales. & ME. Prod. & Application.
services, 1011 SAB Music, 8:30 p.m. Challenge, Llecture March 12, Un- Assoc. Director, Prog. & Trng.-MA, ma- Fesco, Inc., subsidiary of Celanese General Dnyamics Corp., Liquid Car-
stay on the job. ti ____ dergraduate Library, Multipurpose Rm., jor in Public Health Educ. or Admin.? Corp. of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. oi l. hcg-l ere:CE
As for whether pKerr wanted to Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student .M pa. M in. 7 yrs. in TB assoc. 2. Exec. Direc- BS: ME, Can consider non-citizens be- BS-MS: ME. R,& & D, Prod., Sales &
leave or stay, one associate re- Group, March 14, 6 p.m., Supper; 6:45 General NotCes 1 Inter-Quadrangle Council, "A Touch tor, MA in public health or rel. area coming citizen. R. & D., Des. & Prod- Projec
"ImWilliam Stringfellow with NLC StU- of Indigo" (semi-formal dance), March eiral.2 r eper nT so.Po.ds,&rltdmg-nr.p Proj ecndi
marked: "I'm not sure whether dents, Lutheran Student Cener, Education Juniors and Seniors: Ap- 13 9 Soth uar desirable 2 yrsexer, in TB assoc. Prod. des & related mfgengrg.roj- Indiana State Highway Comm.-BS-
he really knows at this juncture." & Forest. plications for Undergraduate Scholar- in Fubli Cheslth orBAel, field. 2xr. MACH 1aMS:-CE. MS: Constr. Men & women.
A n r rS oships are available in Room 1203 UHS in public health or re. field. 2 Yrs. MARCH 17 (a.m.)- Can consider non-citizens becoming ci-
AdinistratOrsSupportJoint Judiciary Council, Petitioning Academic standing, financial need, and rtD cem eIn TB assoc. General American Transportation tizen R. & D,, Des,, Prod. & Traffic.
Adminstrators continued their Is now open and until March 19 at 5 potential for teaching will be consid- « National Homes Corp., Lafayette, Ind. Corp., Chicago, Ill.; E. Chicago, Ind., Pa. Lufkin Rule Co., Saginaw, Mich. -
support of Kerr. Lt. Gov. Glenn p.m. Pickup petition forms in Room ered. Separate applications are avail-. -1. Project Architect, BS Arch. Engrg. & Ariz.-BS-MS: ChE, EE, EM, IE & BS-MS: IE & ME. Citizen or perma-
M. Anderson, a member of the 1011 SAB. able for Term IIIA (May-June) and - 5 yrs. exper. in resid. construction or ME. R .& D., Des. & Prod. ! nent visa. Prod. & Ind. Engrg.
'* * * Term I (Aug.-Dec.). Federal Service Entrance Exam - rel, 2. Res. Ass't. (Arch)-BS Arch. MARCH 17- Paramount Die Costing Co., St. Jo-
Board of Regents, said that Chan- Lutheran Stdt Center (National FSEE applications must be in by March or Civil Engrg. Knowledge of resid. General American Transportation seph, Mich.-BS: IE, ME & Met. Des. &
cellors of all but one of the uni- Lutheran Conucil), Worship services, The Martha Cook Building will re. 18, Thurs., for exam given on April constr. 3, Arch. Draftsman, 1-2 yrs. col- Corp., MRD Div., Niles, Il.-BS-MS: Prod.
versity's nine campuses had urged Sun., March 14 at 9:30 a.m. and 11 main open for the first eight weeks 17. Applications available at Bureau of: lege with courses in arch. drafting. AE & Astro., EE. & ME. MS: CE & Power Controls Div. Midland-Ross
him to try to persuade Kerr "to (Holy Communion); evening program, of the Summer Session (May 3-June 26) Appointments. 2-3 yrs. rel. exper. EM. R. & D. Corp.-BS-MS: ME. BA: Lib. Arts, Acctg
continue his productive admin. 7 p.m., "Economics of Knokledge," for a limited number of students. Any James Decker Munson Hospital, Trav- R. C. Mahon Co., Warren, Mich. - & Bus. Ad. Men & women. Can con-
isrtin. histincluded Mi, with Kenneth E. Boulding, Lutheran University woman may apply. Please POSITION OPENINGS: erse City, Mich.-Med. Technologist for BS: IE & ME. R. & 'D., Des. & Sales sider non-citizens becoming citizens,
stration." The list included Meyer- Student Chapel, Hill St. and Forest Ave. telephone NO 2-3225 for information. Television Corp. of Mich., Jackson-' 250 bed general hospital with 3 full for MS, Prod. for IE. R. & D., Des., Prod., Sales & Trainees.
son.
The only name missing was University of Michigan Libertarian
that of Franklin D. Murphy, chan- League presents Prof. Ludwig Von Mises _---__ ___-___ ___°--
ovof NYU will speak on "The Trade
cellor of the University of Cali- ,Cycle" at 8 p.m., Mon., March 15 in
fornia's Los Angeles campus (UC- Room 3RS of the Michigan Union.
LA), who is in Brazil. Murphy's Unitarian Student Group, Dr. Alan
name has been prominently men- Gaylord; "The Baby and the Bath
KeraGrsdnao h nvriy4,d;p m.Carsatby and Unionh: WS NO. 1JZZ CLARINETIST
tioned as a possible successor to Towards a 'Modern Faith'," Sun., March
Kerr as president of the university 14, 7 p.m.cars at Lloyd and Union,
with overall responsibility for all '6:45 p.m.

nine campuses.'
Student legislative bodies a
Angeles and Berkeley ad
resolutions urging Kerr to
The Berkeley action was on
6 vote.

*

Voice Political Party, Independent So-
t Los cialist Club and the Young Socialist
opted Alliance, Planning meeting, March 15
stay. 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union. Discussion
of plant for Peace March in April pro-
a 13- testing U.S. involvement in Viet Nam.
Everyone urged to come.

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Fin(

Mass Meeting!
d1 out about petitioning for a
Paid Staff Position on the
ICH IGANENSIAN

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Such a loan is automatically
re-lent after the principal is re-
paid; except for the interest, it
is tantamount to a grant.
The secondary target is the'
Chrysler Corporation, which, the
committee says, has been increas- Sunda)
ing its plant in South Africa to
"take advantage of the cheap la-
bor provided by the enslavement
of the nonwhite population." -

y, March 14
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