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Viet Situation Inspires Faculty Action

The Week To Come: a Campus Calendar


(Continued from Page 1)
events in Alabama. At the Uni-
versity, an unofficial faculty
group formulated plans for a one-
day work stoppage replacing reg-
ular classroom work with "alter-
native activities" focusing on the
Viet Nam problem.,
President Hatcher expressed dis-
pleasure at the proposed work
moratorium, touching off a coun-
ter-protest in oficial spheres.
Not Supported
Not a single public official in
state government supported the
projected work stoppage. In a
wave of negative reaction, the
state Senate expressed its discon-
tent through the overwhelming
passage 'of a resolution condemn-
ing "a minority group (the par-
ticipating professors) speaking
for an entire public entity."
Romney went so far as to de-
mand that disciplinary action be
taken against the faculty mem-
bers threatening to cancel classes.
The group's initial reaction to
this widespread condemnation,
was to reaffirm their intentions
of calling off classes, but as the
wave of negative publicity mount-

ed, they began having some second
Marathon Meeting
In a marathon meeting, Thurs-
day night, the group decided to
change its approach. In its opn-
ion too much emphasis was being
placed on the methods being used
and the main purpose of its ac-
tion, protesting United States
policy in Viet Nam, was being
clouded over.
The plan for a work morator-
ium was scrapped and replaced by
what has been termed a "teach-
in" to take place from 8 p.m.
Wednesday night to 8 a.m. Thurs-
day morning.
The "teach-in" plan met with
much more favorable reaction.
Women students were even given
opportunity for obtaining all-
night peirmission to attend the
teach-in. The Regents and Presi-
dent Hatcher breathed a public
sigh of relief at Friday's Regents'
In addition to civil rights and
Viet Nam protests, University
students joined in picketing the
Chrysler Corp. plant in Detroit
because of the firm's investments

in apartheid-ridden South Africa.;
This they claim is an outright
gift to a "racist" nation.
'Blue Ribbon'
While students and faculy mem-
bers were marching, picketing and
protesting, the "blue ribbon" com-
mittee released its manifesto on
higher education.
Although the resultant report
endorsed the current trends in
Michigan education rather than
demanding new or r a d i c a 1
changes, it contains many con-
troversial items.
It supports the tradition of
autonomy for each state institu-
tion, and at the same time backs
the rising power of the new State
Board of Education as a coordi-
nating force. The Board's power
as "the general planning and co-
ordinating body for all public edu-
cation" was interpreted broadly.j

The document consists of six3
separate subcommittee reports,
each focusing on a different phase
of higher education. The areas
are: four-year undergraduate ed-
ucational programs and institu-
tions; instruction; area post-sec-
ondary institutions - community
colleges; graduate and graduate-
profesional studies, research and
public services: finance and over-
all planning and coordination of
higher education.
At no point, however, does the
report officially take a stand on
its first specific test of power: the
University's plans to expand its
two-year Flint College into a
four-year institution.
It vaguely warns that the
branch concept is not desirable
but concedes it may be useful un-
til the institutions are sufficient-

SUNDAY, MARCH 21 Women's Chorus concert in Hill
2:30 p.m.-The speech dept. will Aud.
present Mozart's "The Magic TUESDAY, MARCH 23
Flute" in Mendelssohn Theatre. 12 noon-Reis Kahn will speak
3 ,p.m. - John Berryman will on "Are You Aware: Pakistan?-
give a poetry reading as part of Of Its Role in Today's World?"
the Creative Arts Festival in the at a luncheon in the International
Union. Center.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild 3 p.m.-Herbert Brucker, editor
will present "Cowboy" in the of the Hartford Courant, will
Architecture Aud. speak on "Mass Man, Mass Media
7:30 p.m.-The Christian Mar- -And Me" in Rackham Ampi-
riage Series will present Dr. John theatre.
O'Sullivan and Dr. Gena Rose 4:10 p.m. - Prof. Harold K.
Pahucki speaking on "The Physi- Schilling of Pennsylvania State
cal and Medical Aspects of Mar- University will speak on "On
riage" at the Gabriel Richard Science and Religion Making
Center. Common Cause: In the Realm of
MONDAY, MARCH 22 Morals" in the Multipurpose
7:30 p.m. - Prof. Harold K. Room of the UGLI.
Schilling of Pennsylvania State 8 p.m.-Jerry Badanes will give
University will speak on "On a poetry reading as part of the
Science and Religion Making Creative Arts Festival in the
Common Cause: In the Quest for Union.
Understanding" in the Multipur- 8 p.m.-Prof. Johan Galtung of
pose Room of the UGLI. Columbia University, director of
8 p.m.-The Ann Arbor Art As- the Peace Research Institute of
sociation will present a film on Oslo, Norway, will speak on "Pub-
"Ancient World Greece" with lic Opinion and Disarmament" in
commentary by Prof. Ilene For- Rm. 1057 Mental Health Research
syth of the history of art dept. in Institute.
Rackham Ampitheatre. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24
8:30 p.m. - The music school 1 7:30 p.m.-The Christian Mar-
will present an Arts Chorale and riage Series will present Paul

Hickey speaking on "The Psycho-
logical Adjustments in Marriage"
at the Gabriel Richard Center.
8 p.m. - Nirmal Kumar Bose,
former director of the Archeolog-
ical Survey of India will speak on
"Regional Variation in Caste in
India" in 200 Lane Hall.
8:30 p.m. - The Music School
Contemporary Music Festival will
feature solo and chamber music
in Rackham Lecture Hall.
10 a.m.-James N. Landis, ex-
ecutive consultant for the Bechtel
Corp., will keynote the engineer-
ing honors convocation speaking
on "Engineer Management" in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
4 p.m.-Prof. Edward C. Dimock
of the University of Chicago will
speak on "Some Aspects of
Imagery in Medieval Vaishnava
Poetry" in 200 Lane Hall.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will present Ben Johnson's "Vol-
pone" in Architecture Aud.
8 p.m.-Prof. Radcliffe Squires
of the English dept. will give a
poetry reading as part of the
Creative Arts Festival in the
8 p.m.-Prof. Aaron Wildavsky
will speak on "Testing Budgetary
Concepts" as part of an American
Society of Public Administration

social seminar in the W. Con-
ference Rm. of Rackham.
4:15 p.m.-Prof. Joseph Zubin
of Columbia University will speak
to the psychology dept. colloquium
on "Culture and Psychopathology"
in Aud. C.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will present Ben Johnson's "Vol-
pone" in Architecture Aud.
7:30 p.m.--A program of mov-
ies, singing and entertainment
will be presented as part of the
series: "Are You Aware: Pakis-
tan?" in the International Center.
8 p.m. - Shepard Mead w i11
speak on "Mass Culture, Who
Needs It" as part of the Creative
Arts Festival in the Union.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will present Howard Hawk's "The
Big Sleep" in Architecture Aud.
7:30 p.m.-A program of Pakis-
tani culture will be presented as
part of the series: "Are You
Aware: Pakistan? - Of Its Cul-
ture?" in Rackham Amphitheatre.
8:30 p.m. - T h e University
Men's Glee Club will give a con-
cert in Hill Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The Newman Stu-
dent Association will present Igor
Stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Sol-
dat" at Newman Center.



Strong Objections ly established to become autono-
This interpretation has the po- mous. University officials reacted
tential for strong objections on with praise for the report but
the part of many of the state's with concern for its implications.
colleges and universities. Several Their worry: the state board
University administrators express- will extend its controls into the
ed some concern with this ques- internal operations of the institu-
tion of increased Board authority. tions.

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SUNDAY, MARCH 21 VirgIn Islands & Trust Territories. No Schs.)-Elem., Art; Sec.-Sci., Math, Warren, Mich.-All Fields, Engl., Journ.; J.H.-Home Ec., Ind.
Lectureships in Foreign Universities: appointment needed. Stop by after 3 Id. Arts, Speech, Crises. Algonac, Mich.-Elem., 6th grade, Fr.; Arts, Girls PE, V.T., Sp. Corr., M.R.,
Available to U.S. citizens are listed pm.'Bridgman, Mich.-Early Elem.; HS.5 H.S.-Biol./Gen. S., Span., Soc. St./ Ortho., Sch. Psych.
Day Calendar by the Committee on International Ex- TUES., MARCH 23- -Engl., Lib. (H.S. & El.), Guid., Soc. Var. Tr,/Asst. Ftb., Math; Type A, Sp. Wyoming, Mich. (Godwin Heights)-
change of Persons. A copy of the list The Travelers Insurance Co., Hart- St. Therap., Ortho., V.T. Elem. (woman), H.S.-Home Ec., Girls
may be consulted in the Graduate Fel- ford, Conn.-Dgree in any field, esp. Flat Rock, Mich, (Maple Grove S.D.) Grand Haven, Mich. (Ottawa Coun- PE; 7/8 Gr. L.A./Engl.
Cho Ri Hall, School-oMusic lowship Office, Room 110 Rackham. Math for Insurance (home office), -Elem. 2, 3, 5; J.H. 7th Grade. ty)-Speech Correction. Romeo, Mich.-Elem., Art; Sec.-Ind.
Mgmt. Trng., Personnel, Sales & Ac- Lincoln Park, Mich.-Elem., Math, . Rochester, N.Y.-Elem., S., Math, Arts, Engl, Math/Sci., 7th Gr., Math/
2:30 p.m. tuary Trainees. Home & branch offices. Sci.; Tnd. Arts, Comm., Home Ec., Girls Engl., Girls PE, Modern For, Lang. Fr., Soc. St., V.T., Type A.
School of Eusic Doctoral Recital vents nday WED., MARCH 24- PE, Art, Instr., Vocal, Sp., Type A, B, M.R., Read., Soc. St. (MA). FRI., APRIL 2-
- U.S. Coast Guard, Wash., D.C.-Men & C. Bay City, Mich.-Elem. K-6; 7/8-- Novi, Mich.-Elem., V.T., Home Ec.
William Woodworth, trombonist: Reci- Office of Religious Affairs Lecture for Officer Cand. School. Degree in St. Clair Shores, Mich. (St. Clair S. Art, Boys PE, Girls PE, Math, Engl., Royal Oak, Mich.-Elem., Spec. Ed.-
tal Hall, School of Music, 4:30 p.m. -Harold K. Schilling, professor of any major field, Train for general D.)-Elem. K-6, PE, Art, Music, Sp. Sd. Sp. Corr., M.R, Vocal.Span.; J.H.-
physics, Pennsylvania State Univer- duty officers at Yorktown, Va. Corr., Type A. Flint, Mich. (Atherton P.S.)-Elem, Engl./Soc. St., Math/Gen. S.; H.S.-
School of Music Recital Cancella- sity, "On Science and Religion Making Jacobson Stores, Inc., Jackson, Mich. Hazel Park, Mich.-Spec. Ed. - Em K-6; J.H.-Math, Sci., Coach with Engl., Chem., Phys., Math, Span., Ind.
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Sun., March 21; have been canceled. Understanding": Multipurpose Room, for positions in Advtg., Mgmt. Trng., tential Dropouts; Sec.-Math, Vocal, Engl. Comm.
John Carlson, organist: Hill Aud., 4:15 Undergraduate Library, 7:30 p.m. Merchandising, Office Mgmt., Person- Rem. Read., Ind. Arts, Sci., Home I Rockford, Mich.-Elem., Engl., Math Norwalk, Conn.-Elem., Sec.-Gen,
p.m. Franchot Young, pianist: Recital nel, Retailing & Sales. 7 Mich. loca- Ec., Counsel, V.T., Art. -J.H., Math-H.S., Type A.-J.H., Soc. Music, Engl., Fr./Span., Span., Math,
Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m. School of Music Concert-Arts Chor- tions. Lansing, Mich. (Catholic Parochial St.-J.H. Span./Soc. St.-J.H.,, Elem. Math/Sci., S., Soc. St., Physics, M.R.,
ale; Symphonic Choir, Thomas Hilbish, Michigan National Bang, Saginaw, Schs.)-All Fields-Schools in Lansing Art, Elem. Music, Bus, Ed.-Type/Book. Read,
conductor; Women's Chorus, Jackson Mich.-Degrees in Econ., Acetg., & Bus. Jackson, Flint, Battle Creek, Kalama- THURS., APRIL 1- Wayne, Mich.-Elem. & H.S.
G ener il Notices' Hammitt, conductor: Hill Aud., 8:30 Ad. Positions in Banking, Mortgages, zoo, St. Joseph, Benton Harbor & La Puente, Calif. (H.S. Dist.) - Pelham, N.Y.-J.H. Gen. S., Not.
p.m. commercial loans, etc. others. Engl., Basic S., Physics/Math, Art, Biol-
Lecture: Harold K. Schilling, pro- TUES.. MARCH 30-Gog., Geog./Hist./Civics, Soc. St.,
fessor of physics, Pennsylvania State School of Music Degree Recital-Celia SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: Walled Lake, Mich.-Elem. K-6, Vo- Math, Bus., Auto/Metal, Draft., Draft./ To make appointments al 764-7462,
University, author and lecturer, will Weiss, violist: Recital Hall, School of 212 SAB- cal, 'Art; Sec.-Girls PE, Math, Bus., Photo., Wood., Engl., Chem./Math, Bureau of Appointments, Educ. Div
speak "On Science and Religion Mak- Music, 8:30 p.m. The following will interview this week Instr., Home Ec., Sci., Ind. Arts, Engl., Span., Vocal, Girls PE/Dance, Girls Additional information available at
ing Common Cause" in the second of at Summer Placement: Art, Lib.; Spec.-Sp. Ther., M.H., Em PB, Ger. 3200 SAB.
two lectures, "In the Realm of Morals," Doctoral Examination for Joe Turner MARCH 22- Dist., V.T.
at 4:10 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room Duncan, Speech; thesis: "A Study of United Air Lines-From 9 a.m. to 1 Romulus, Mich.-Elem. Read., Ind
of the Undergraduate Library. Prof. the Impact of Television Upon the p.m. for campus sales repres. for part- Arts, Guid., Read., Engl./Soc. St., Eng
Schilling is sponsored by the Univer- National Radio Networks: 1948-1960," time work during school yr. & full lish/Journ., Comm. Foods, J.M. Math
sity of Michigan, Office of Religious Mon, March 22, 2020 Frieze Bldg., at 4 time summer. Pref. sophomore men. M.H., Elem. Vocal and Instr., Home
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Bellefaire Residential Treatment Cen- tend., A.V. ISA
Graduate and Undergraduate: Wom- Doctoral Examination for Richard Ar- ter for Emotionally Disturbed Children, Flint, Mich. (Westwood Heights) - -/
en students now on campus who do nold Pacer, Chmistry; thesis: "Inves- Cleveland-Men in educ., psych., or so- Elem. K-6; H.S.-Chem., Engl., Span.
not have a housing commitment for tigation of the Analytical Chemistry cial work. J.H.-Math/other field; Type A, Type
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Engineering Mechanics Departmental
0 RGA N ZAI( N Seminar: Dr. Walter R. Debler, "Buoy-
ancy in a Stratified Flow," Mon., March
NOTICES 22, 4 p.m.,311 W. Engineering.
Doctoral Examination for John Thom-
_._._._,_.®as Burns, Psychology: thesis: "The Ef-
fect of Errors on Reaction Time in a
Use of This Column for Announce- Serial Reaction Task," Mon., March
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nized and registered student organiza- J. G. Miller.
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Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Group, Parents Day buffet dinner (1-
2 p.m.) and -program (2:30 p.m.),
March 21, 1511 Washtenaw Ave.
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, March
21, 2 p.m., Rackham, Huron St. en-
La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, lunes
3-5, 3050 Frieze Bldg. Vengan todos.
* * *
Lutheran Student Center (National
Lutheran Council), Worship 9:30 and
11 a.m. (Holy Communion at 9:30 a.m.)
March 21; Sunday evening program, C
p.m., fellowship supper, Lutheran Stu-
dent Center, 801 S. Forest Ave.
Presbyterian Campus Center, Sunday!
night series, March 21, 7 p.m.,
"American Involvement in Viet Nam:
An Appraisal," Dr. Merrill Jackson,
Curtis Room, 1432 Washtenaw Ave.
Young Democrats, Executive Boards
meeting, March 23, 6:30 p.m., 3529 SAB.

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