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Griffin supports ERA bill

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DETROIT (UPI)-Sen. Robert Griffin (R-Mich.) said
yesterday he will vote next week to extend the ratification
period for the Equal Rights Amendment and fight a proposal
that would let states rescind prior ERA approval.
Griffin, waging an extremely close battle for re-election,
said he has been under heavy pressure from both supporters.
and opponents of ERA extension. He said he based his
position on "the legal and constitutional questions involved."
"I ALSO FEEL A heavy responsibility because I know the
vote count in the Senate is very close and the position I take
could possibly tip the balance," the 12-year Senate veteran
said.
The Senate will vote next Friday on whether to extend the

ERA ratification period another 39 months, but first mus
decide whether states that already have ratified ERA should
be permitted during that-period to rescind their earlier sup
port.
A vote on that proposal, introduced by Sen. Jake Garn (R
Utah), is slated for Wednesday and is considered more of a
test of true ERA sentiment. ERA extension already has beel
approved by the House, but with no strings attached.
Griffin told a news conference, his first in Michigan since
the start of his re-election campaign, that he believes exten-
ding the ERA ratification period would give states a muc
stronger case for rescinding prior approval.

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Sunday, October 1, 1978
Daily Calendar
Music School: Encpres from Interlochen, Itack-
ham Aud., 4 p.m.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B.-764-7460
MBA Admissions Forums for Fall 1978 are
scheduled on the dates and at locations listed below:
NEW YORK CITY: Oct. 19, noon-7 p.m. Oct. 20,
noon-7 p.m., Oct. 21, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Roosevelt Hotel,
45th and Madison Ave.
BOSTON:, ov. 17, noon-7 p.m., Nov. 18, 10 a.m.-4
p.m., 57 Park Plaza (Howard Johnson's), 200 Stuart
St.
LOS ANGELES: Dec. 1, noon-7 p.m., Dec. 2, 10
a.m.-4 p.m., Los Angeles Hilton, 930 Wilshire Blvd.
You can drop by at any time. Admission fee is $2.00.
Additional information available at CP(P.
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION announces
NATO Postdoctoral Fellowships in Science for 1978-
79. Fellowships in Science will be offered in mid-
Febraury 1979 for further study in the scienes at in-
stitutions outside U.S.
These fellowships normally awarded for tenures of
either 9 or 12 mos. are intended for persons planning
to enter upon or continue postdoctoral study in the
sciences. Fields covered are the mathematical,
physical, medical, biological, engineering, and
social sciences, and the history and/or philosophy of
science. Also included are interdisciplinary fields
comprised of overlapping areas between two or more
sciences (such as oceanography, operations resear-
ch, meterology, and biophysics). A list of the specific
fields supported in this program is included in the
application materials. Apply Ito: National Science
Founation, NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship
Program, Div. of Scientific Personnel Improvement,
Washington, D.C. 20550.

INTERVIEWS ON CAMPUS:
Oct. 2 & 3, Monsanto Co.
Oct. 5, Harris Corp. & George Washington U./Law
Center
Oct 10, Control Data Corporation, Montgomery
Ward, Earlham Sch. of Religion, HUD, and Univ. of
Penn/Law.
Oct. 11, Detroit News, Northwest Orient Airlines,
Burroughs Corp.
Oct. 12, General Telephone & Electronics, North-
west Orient Airlines, Manufacturers National Bank,
& Burroughs Corp.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B.-763-4117
Experiment in International Living, vermont. Of-
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countries. Language skills necessary in most cases.
Further details abailable. Appl. deadline Nov. 15.
1979 Newspaper Fund, New Jersey. Editing Inter-
nship Program and Minority Internship Program.
Complete details available. Deadline for applying
Dec.1.
Newsday, New York. Summer Journalism
Program for '79. Open to students completing their
sophomore and junior years in journalism. Further
details available.
Monday, October 2,1978
Daily Calendar
Ctr. 'Near Eastern/African Studies: George
Gawrych, "Social andPolitical Conditions in
Turkey, 1977-78," Commons Rm., Lane Hall, noon.
Philosophy: Aryeh Neier, NY-U. Law School,
"Defending Freedom for the Enemies of Freedom:
American Nazis and Free Speech," Rackham Amp.,
4 p.m.
Applied Mechanics/Eng. Science: K. R.
Rajagopal, "Thermodynamics and Stability of Non-
Newtonian Fluids," 229 W. eng., 4 p.m.

Physics/Astronomy: G. L. Kane, "Are There Eas3
Ways to Observe Higgs Particles?," 2038 Randal
Lab., 4 p.m.
Computing Center: E. Fronczak, "Intro to MTS
Part 3," Aud. B, Angell, 7 p.m.
Anatomy: "Image Analysis Laboratory and Quan.
timet 720 Image Analyzer," F1608 Furstenburg Ctr.
Med. Sci. 11, 7:30p.m.
General Notice
Recently published books dealing with controver
sial issues of women, family and work will be
discussed by U-M women scholars at .a lunchtime
book review series, sponsored jointly by the Univer
sity of Michigan Center for Continuing Education o
Women and the Program in Women's Studies.
Discussion lunches held between noon and 2:
p.m., Pendleton Rm., Michigan Union. Anyone ma
attend, bring a brown bag lunch, and participate i
the discussion that follows the review.
Prof. Louise Tilly, of the U-M Dept. of Histor
launches series Wed., Oct. 18. She will review thr
books dealing with the history of the family: Family
Sex and Marriage in England: 1500-1800 by Lawren
ce Stone; Haven in a Heartless World: The Family
Besieged by Christopher Lasch; and Infanticide by
Marie Piers.
Wed., Nov. 29, Prof. Karen Mason, U-M Dept. o
Sociology, will review Selma Fraiberg's Ever'
Child's Birthright: In Defense of Mothering and
Nancy Chodorow's The Reproduction of Mothering-
Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Gender.
Other topics will be announced later; for info. call
CEW, 764-6555; or drop in at 330 Thompson St.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LIX, No. 22
Sunday, October1, 1978
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