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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, 24 MARCH 1965

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. 24 MARCH 19~
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We the faculty are deeply worried about the war in Viet Nam.
We think its moral, political, and military consequences are very grave,
and that we must examine them and find new alternatives be-
fore irreparable actions occur.

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We are devoting this night, March

24-25,

to seminars, lectures, in-

formal discussions and a protest rally to focus attention on this
war, its consequences, and ways to stop it.
We need the students to help us in this search for a better policy,
and we invite your help.

Tom Abeles
Michael Altschul
Roger Anderson
Robert C. Angell
Dennis Anglin
Victor Ayoub
Paul M. Bouland
Harami Befu
Hugo Beiswenger
Frithjof Bergmann
R. H. Berk
Wallace Berry
Robert Bezucha
Frank Birmingham
Caesar Blake
S. M. Blinder
Paul M. Boland
Jack Borkardt
Kenneth Boulding
Harry E. Brazer
John Broomfield
Donald K. Brown
Marvin Brown
Ronald J. Burke
Robbins Burling
Eugene Burnstein
I. Butter
J. V. Buttrey
William Bywater
Thomas 0. Calhoun
William 0. Carlsdorf
Wilma A. Carter
Mark Chesler
Luther Christman
Manuela Cirre
Nathaniel Coburn

John W. Cole
Andrew Collver
Alessandra Contenti
Philip E. Converse
C. C. Craig-
Roger C. Cramton
Charles M, Cutler
Arthur Daniels
Kenneth P. Davis
Marquesa De Lamater
Natalie Dewey
Norma Diamond
John W. Eadie
Arthur M. Eastman
Alexander Eckstein
Samuel Eldersveld
Johan Eliot
D. Elvis
Edgar Epps
W. A. Erikson
H. J. Fabian
E. M. Feingold
Marvin Felheim
Clinton Fink
Sue Frederich
Kenneth Freeman
Morris Friedell
Anthony Friedman
Michael Friedman
William Gamson
James Geiwitz
Julien Gendell
Lawrence Gillooly
Carl Ginet
A. Ginsburg
Alvin Goldman

L. A. Peter Gosling
Raymond Grew
Gerald Gurin
John Gyr
Monroe Hafter
Edward Halpern
Earnest Harburg
Phillip C. Hasser
Andrew Hawley
Alan Heezen
David Higbie
Jack Himelblau
Margaret Hofeller
L. Richard Hoffman
Robert Howell
Saundra Hybels
Paul Ilie
Joel Isaacson
E. J. Jensen
Robert 1. Jones
Thomas Judd
Arnold Kaufman
Daniel Katz
Charles S. Keen
Herbert Kelmon
Alan Kennedy
Robert L. Keyes
Lawrence B. Kiddle
Spence Kimball
William Kloss
Gisella Kratz
Eric Krystal
Bruce Landesman
Konstantinos Lardas
James Ledvinka
C. N. Lee

K. Leisenring
R. T. Lenaghan
John W. Lens
Sheldon Levy
R. Lintz
C. D. Liu
William Livant
Shaw Livermore
Robert J. Loescher
John E. Lohman
D. T. Longone
Patrick Lucas
Richard Mann
Michael Margolis
Robert M. Martin
Tom Mayer
Leon Mayhew
Wilbert J. McKeachie
Martha Mednick
D. K. Mellon
Andrew Modigliani
Elliott R. Morse
Phyllis Morss
Charles Moskos
Rhoades Murphy
Bart Myers
Gayl D. Ness
Theodore Newcomb
Ron Norsworthy
Rory O'Day
C. R. O'Donnell
Clifton C. Olds
James O'Leary
Jeffrey M. Paige
Elaine Petrusic
William Petrusic

Jeffrey Piker
Marc Pilisuk
Alexander Pollatsek
Harriet Pollotsek
Robert Posner
John Potter
Jerome Rabow
Anatol Rapoport
F. Raymond
Maxwell O. Reade
John Remmers
Klaus F. Riegel
Dennis Roseman
Donald Ross
Jack Rothman
J. E. Russo
Marshall Sahlins
Dean Sanders
Earl J. Schultz
Charlotte Schwimmer
John Scott
Gerda M. Seligson
Melvin Semmel
Morton Shaevitz
Harold T. Shapiro
Joel Shapiro
Susan Sheffield
Alan Shields
E. W. Shoots
Fred Shure
D. J. Singer
Ray Skyrme
Lawrence B. Slobodkin
Russel A. Smith
Joseph Sneed
Robert Solomon

John Sonquist
J. N. Spuhler
D. H. Stewart
Leo Stodolski
Daniel B. Suits
M. Szyfman
Kenneth D. Tartof'
Martin Taylor
Tom Tentler
Richard S. Thompson
Sylvia Thrupp
Cervando Tigerina
Richard Tilly
Mischa Titiev
James F. Trayer
Amos Tversky
J. F. Verdieck
Gerald Vision
Howard Wachtel
Frances W. Weber
John Weeks
Gerald Weinberg
Gabriel Weinreich
Kenneth White
Jerry Winter
Eric Wolf
Charles Wolfson
Ellis A. Wunsch
A. A. Yengarian
Richard Young
Robert B. Zajonc
H. Zerfass
Andrew Zweifler

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IN AUD. AB,C, D
(Speeches will be piped among the four auditoriums)

8 p.m.-12 m.

JOHN DONAHUE, prof. at MSU who did field work in Viet Nam and is an expert on village culture.
ROBERT BROWNE has worked for six years in Viet Nam as a U.S. State Dept. representative.
ARTHUR WASKOW of the Institute of Policy Studies is an expert on American policy.

ON THE DIAG
PROTEST RALLY featuring
the Philosophy Dept.

12 m.-1:30 a.m.
Dept. and Frithjof Bergmann of

Professors

Kenneth Boulding of the

Economics

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In Angell, Mason, & Haven Halls

1:30 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.

SEMINARS on possible alternative policies, n
ous movie on Viet Nam, folk singing,

news management, continuing
coffee bre3 ks.

action against

U.S. policy: continu-

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