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REGENTAL ACTION:
Lengthen Exam Study Period

By MERLE JACOB end to prepare for exams. The
The Student Government Coun- new exam setup was adopted from
TheStuen Goernen Con-the literary college's proposal
cil proposal for a three day study which suggested a study period
period before final examinations that would run from either
was incorporated into the official Thursday to Sunday or Satur-
academic calendar for next year day through Tuesday.
at the Regents' meeting Friday
afternoon. SGC initiated the change when
The calendar will give students it submitted a recommendation
two free class days plus a week- for a longer exam study period

Three-Term Calendar
REVISED

Fall Term
Orientation begins
Registration begins
Classes begin
Labor Day (H'day)
Thanksgiving
Classes resume
Classes end
Study Day
Examinations begin
Examinations end
Graduation
Winter Term
Orientation-Reg.
Classes begin
Recess 5 p.m.
Classes resume
Classes end
Study days
Examinations begin"
Examinations end
Commencement
Easter Sunday
Spring-Summer T.
Orientation-Reg.
Classes begin
Memorial Day, Hol.
Examinations
Spring-half ends
Summer-half reg.
Sum. half begins
July 4th (Holiday)
Examinations
Full & Summer
half-term end

1965-66
M Aug. 23
W Aug. 25
M Aug.30
M Sept. 6
W Nov. 24
M Nov. 29
W Dec. 8
Dec. 9-11
M Dec. 13
Sa Dec. 18
Sa Dec. 18i
M Jan. 3
Th Jan. 6
W Mar. 2
M Mar. 7
F Apr. 15
Apr. 16,18-19
W Apr. 20
Tu Apr. 26
Sa Apr. 30
April 10 1
May 2-4
Th May 5
M May 30
June 23-24
F June 24
June 27, 28
W June 29
M July 4
Aug. 17, 18
Th Aug. 18

1966-67
W Aug. 24
M Aug. 29
Th Sept. 1
M Sept. 5
W Nov. 23
M Nov. 28
F Dec. 9
Dec. 10, 12-13
W Dec. 14
Tu Dec. 20
Sa Dec. 17
M Jan. 2
Th Jan. 5
W Mar 1
W Mar. 6
F Apr. 14
Apr. 15, 17-18
W Apr. 19
Tu Apr. 25
Sa Apr. 29
March 26

1967-68
W Aug. 23
M Aug. 28
M. Sept. 4
Th Aug. 31
W Nov. 22
M Nov. 27
F Dec. 8
Dec. 9, 11-12
W Dec. 13
Tu Dec. 19
Sa Dec. 16
Tu Jan. 2
Th Jan. 4
W Feb. 28
M Mar. 4
F Apr. 12
Apr. 13, 15, 16
W Apr. 17
Tu Apr. 23
Sa Apr. 27
April 14

to Vice-President for Academic
Affairs Roger W. Heyns (last
November). Heyns then relayed
the request to the faculties of thej
various University divisions for
consideration.
The faculty of the school of
business administration adopted
the request and recommended a
plan to Heyns in December. The
business administration's recom-
mendation called for a Sunday
through Tuesday reading period.
with no release from Saturday
classes.
Dean Floyd Bond of the busi-
ness administration school also
requested that the extra study
days be dispersed throughout the
exam period instead of grouping
them all at one time.
Approve Proposal
In January the literary col-
lege and the education school both
approved the SGC proposal. How-
ever, only the literary college sub-
mitted a detailed program to
Heyns.
Heyns said today that all the
schools in the University approv-
ed the proposal but with varying
degrees of support.
After receiving the recommen-
dations of the faculties, Heyns
worked out the present program
and submitted it to the Regents
at their February meeting. He ex-
plained that the added study
, days were pointed out to the Re-
gents, but the proposed change
was passed without discussion.
Heyns said that SGC deserve:
the credit for initiating the
change. "If the students had not
brought up the proposal, I doubt
if the administration would have
thought of changing the exam
schedule.
"This is an excellent illustra-
tion of how students can raise
an issue, have it considered and
get a positive response."
The study days scheduled for
the fall term' will be Dec. 9-11,I
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
The winter term days are April
16, 18-19, Saturday, Monday and
Tuesday.

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Announce Soph Show Committee Heads
The central committee for Soph in the International Center. Rm. 1057 Mental Health Research
Show, the fall musical production 3 p.m.-Herbert Brucker, editor Institute.
staged by the sophomore class of the Hartford Courant, will WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24
was announced yesterday. speak on "Mass Man, Mass Media 7:30 p.m.-The Christian Mar-
The committee includes the fol- -And Me" in Rackham Ampi- riage Series will present Paul
lowing: theatre. Hickey speaking on "The Psycho-
Carole Sue Ness, James Kraft 4:10 p.m. - Prof. Harold K. logical Adjustments in Marriage"
general chairmen; Charles Feurer Schilling of Pennsylvania State at the Gabriel Richard Center.
director; Ida Jeter, Lewis Paper University will speak on "On 8 p.m. - Nirmal Kumar Bose,
productions; Ruthellen Lefkowitz Science and Religion Making former director of the Archeolog-
James Heisler, publicity; Penelope Common Cause: In the Realm of ical Survey of India will speak on
Garner, David Robbins, music; Morals" in the Multipurpose "Regional Variation in Caste in
Charles Robinson, treasurer; Jac- Room of the UGLI. India" in 200 Lane Hall.
queline Cook, Donna Adler, cos- 8 p.m.-Jerry Badanes will give 8 p.m.-The Faculty Commit-
tumes; Janet Hart, Gerald Gar- a poetry reading as part of the tee to Stop the War in Viet Nam
field, programs; Mary Benjamin. Creative Arts Festival in the will hold an all-night "teach-in"
Howard White, properties; Nancs Union. protest against United States Viet
Cohodas, Christine Meyers, make- 8 p.m.-Prof. Johan Galtung of Nam policy.
up; Bernard Pregerson, Malinda Columbia University, director of 8:30 p.m. - The Music School
Schaill, tickets; Patricia Gibbs, the Peace Research Institute of Contemporary Music Festival will
Eve Silverstein, choreographers; Oslo, Norway, will speak on "Pub- feature solo and chamber music
Susan Ruotsala, Linda Shyavitz, lic Opinion and Disarmament" in in Rackham Lecture Hall.
secretaries. -__

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-Daily-John Pollock
(MORAL GROUPS PERFORM
THE ARTS CHORALE, conducted by Thomas Hilbish, and the
Women's Chorus, conducted by Jackson Hammit, combined to
present a program featuring works by Bach, Brahms, and
Vivaldi in Hill Aud. last night.

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TUESDAY,
12 noon-Rais

MARCH 23
Kahn will speak

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on "Are You Aware: Pakistan?-
Of Its Role in Today's World?"

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NO FEDERAL TRIAL:
By ROBERT LEDERER charged with obstructing an offi- right."
A ederal judge has dismissed cer in his efforts to maintain the Even if the officers had ex-
A fderalnjbyehasdmmsedpeace. The petitioners had been ceeded their authority when ar-
a petition by seven members ofI picketing peacefully for an hour resting the petitioners, Freeman
the Direct Action Committee and were in the process of break- added, the defendants had nc
(DAC) to have their case tried ing up. An altercation with fire. statute upon which to rely.
in federal court. km men then occurred, and led to "The right to resist an ille-
The judge, Frank M. Freeman their sbeun ret
then remanded the case back tce subsequent arrest gal arrest, if a right at .all, is
Washtenaw County Circuit Court The trial, originally scheduled merely a common law right, not
for trial. for last November 23, was stayed guaranteed by the Constitution or
Judge Freeman said that the when the defense petition was fil- any statute," he said.
arrest of the seven demonstrators ed before the trial date. Since the petitioners had no
outside City Hall in February, ' intentions of continuing their
1964, in no way violated their Wrong or Right? picketing anyway, the court can-
constitutional rights. He also dis-; As for the defendants' claim of not uphold their claim that re-
missed their plea for the case tc constitutional violation, Judge sisting arrest .was based on their
be considered a civil rights one. Freeman found "the constitution- constitutional right to picket,
This status would have granted al right to picket does not extend constitutional right to picket
it clearance to the federal courts. to compulsory toleration of dis- Freeman concluded.
The seven defendants, ranging order and breach of the peace a
in age from 18 to 25, have been a result of the exercise of that

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Changing American Newspaper": Rack-
ham Amphitheatre, 3 p.m.
Near Eastern Language and Litera-
ture Lecture--S. A. Bonebakker, profes-
sor of Arabic, Columbia University,
"Some Aspects of the History of Ara-
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April 9. The Grad Record Exam is
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mum of two times on request; Day Charles Sollinger, violist: Recital Hall,
Calendar items appear once only. School of Music, 4:30 p.m. POSITION OPENINGS:
Student organization notices are not U.S. Civil Service-Attn.: May Grads
accepted for publication. Creative Arts Festival - Jerry Bed- & Seniors-Landscape Architect, de-
anes, poet, poetry reading: Michigan gree or equiv. comb, of educ. & ex-
TUESDAY, MARCH 23 Union, 8 p.m. per. Work includes land planning &
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Alpha Uhl Omega, ..,. ized vehicle in the Arboretum causingI sonnel Admin., etc. Positions includej
Alpha Phi Omega, Pledge meeting, destruction of University property in budget analyst, computer programmer
March 24, 4 p.m.,3532 SAB. violation of Regents' Bylaw. Disposi- personnel mgmt. trainee, psychologist,
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Circle Honor Society, Initiation cere- three academic terms in residence at pointments, 3200 SAB.
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nembers meet at 7:30 p.m. in Michi-
gan Room, League. New initiates meet Office of Student Affairs: Those
at 8:30 p.m. in Vandenberg Room, women living in supervised housing.
Michigan League. who plan to participate in the Semi-
* * * nars on Viet Nam, Wed. night, March
Voice Political Party, Program "U 124. should apply to their directors for
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p.m., Room 3RS, Michigan Union.
* * * 5-Hour Special Topics in Chemistry
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Lec- -Sixth series: Dr. L. O. Case, "The
ture, Prof. Louis Buttman: "Inte- Phase Rule from the Standpoint of
grating the Culturally, Different: The Simple Function Theory, wed., March /
Israel Experience," March 23, 8 p.m., 24, at 8 p.m., Room 1300, Chemistry
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Bldg. First Lecture.

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