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The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 15, 1978-Page 3

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" SEE N~EVS WAPMN CILLZ ~M-NLY
GEO hearing dates change
Michigan Employment Relations Commission hearings which will
determine whether the Graduate Employees Organiation (GEO) CAN
COLLECTIVELY BARGAIN WITH THE University have been
rescheduled. The case, originally slated to resume Sept. 2022, will
instead continue Oct. 4-5.
Ten years ago today . .-
Muhammad Ali came to Hill Auditorium and told a University
crowd "If I wasn't a Muslim, I'd be a Panther, but the black man
doesn't have the numbers or the manufacturing to fight the white man
physically." But he also said that if he were white he'd vote for George
Wallace since "Wallace is not two-faced, he tells it like it is." America,
said the lecturer, "is doomed to destruction unless it lets the black
man go free."
Happenings . ..
.. start at mid-day, so you can either sleep in today or make a few
morning classes. Guild House will hold a noon luncheon and panel
discussion on government spying ... also at noon, Canterbury Loft
sponsors a "Starving Artist Sale." The, sale goes until 6 p.m.
tonight .. all Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering students
won't want to miss the dedicatin of the new Naval Architecture and
Marine Engineering Building, at noon. Tour guides are available to
the public from 1 p.m. to 2:30 ... A.I.E.S.C., an organization which
arranges student internships abroad, will hold a mass meeting at 3
p.m. in the Business School's Wolverine room. For more info, call
Anne Goodwin at 764-9899... interested in joining the women's
varsity tennis team? Attend a meeting at the Hoover St. tennis courts
at 4:30 to find out how ... the Center for Russian and East European
Studies, the.Ann Arbor Film Cooperative and Yugoslavia Film present
the movie, "I Even Met Happy Gypsies" at 4 p.m. in Lane Hall's
Commons Room ... at 7 p.m., there is" an Orthodox minyan at
Hillel ... a Hispanic Student Orientation happens from 7-9 p.m. in
Markley's Angela Davis Lounge. The orientation will be followed by a
dance featuring the band box Lox Rebeldes and Mexican
refreshments .. . the University Astronomical Film Festival begins
at 7:30, in MLB, Aud. 3, and includes a lecture by Jim Loudon on "the
Moons of Jupiter" . . .the Sierra Club presents the film "John Muir
and the Sierra Nevada Mountains" at 7:30 p.m. at the Ann Arbor
Public Library ... there's a square dance at 8 p.m. on the corner of E.
Huron and Fletcher sponsored by the Universal Reformed
Church ... a Reform minyan takes place at 8 p.m. at
Hillel ... finally, at 9 p.m., Bezalel Poretn discusses "King David's
Watergate: The Fatal Flaw" at Hillel.
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On the outside,.. .
If you've been thinking about building an ark during the last two
days; fear not. Those cumulus clouds will give way today to at least
some sunshine as temperatures creep up into the mid 70s.
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New director wants
more funds for DDSS

BLOCK PARTY BEER BLAST
to celebrate the opening of Rep.
PERRY BULLARD'S
CAMPAIGN OFFICE
SATURDAY, September 16-7:30 p.m.
NORTH UNIVERSITY between Thayer & State

By GARY GERESY
A James Kubalko, the new director of
the University's Department of
Disabled Student Services, says he is
going to need more money from the
government if his office is to implement
some of his ideas.
Kubalko, who took over his new post
on Monday, runs the office himself
along with his secretary. Though the 32-
year-old director has many ideas, the
office is only budgeted with $5,000 spen-
ding money.
"WE COULD always use more
money," Kubalko said. He added that
he is depending on federal funds
because he doesn't see the University
'"as a viable source of money."
But whether or not his office receives
more funds, Kubalko said, "the im-
mediate concern is meeting the needs
of the students as they come in.
Among Kubalko's many ideas is a
plan calling for bi-monthly newsletters
to be distributed throughout the cam-
pus informing students of new
developments in the department.
HE IS ALSO planning an orientation
program for disabled students.

"I want to set up a program for the'
new student coming into the University,
especially for the blind and visually
impaired to help them find their way
around the campus," Kubalko said.
Kubalko, whose department is
located on the second floor of the union,
is no newcomer to working with
disabilities. He worked with disabled
students for nine years as a teacher and
administrator in the Livonia public
school system, and he, himself is
disabled.
"I have a slight problem with my left
leg. That's how I got interested in
special ed.," Kubalko said.
Kubalko replaced Albert Watson as
the department director.

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students and senior citizens

1058 L.S.A. Bldg., 763-2047
ANNOUNCES 3 NEW TOPICS FOR FALL 1978 UNDER:
W.S. 340
-001 Women's Autobiographies
(meets 'I-Th 7-8:30 p.m., 625 Haven) 18 spaces left.
-002 Psychology of Women
(meets T-Th 10:30-12:00, 1020 Angell) 6 spacet left.
-003 Women in Families
(meets T-Th 3-4:30 p.m., 2444 Mason) 16 spaces left
Other fall courses still open (refer to Time Schedule)
240 - INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN' S STUDIES (4 credits)
350 - WOMEN AND THE COMMUNITY (EXPERIENTIAL)
360 - WOMAN'S IDENTITY (focusing on writing -skills)
More info on al1 onrses rail abl e_ in +-heW_ : office

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OPTICAL LAB
545 CHURCH
769-122
9:30-5:00Mon, Tues Thur, Fri.
10:00-12:00 Sat.

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