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Sad news for campus Carter nuts: Chip of the Georgia clan won't be
on the Diag today as was advertised in leaflets and on a Diag banner
this week. Son of Jimmy was slated to plug Democrat Carl Levin in his
race against U.S. Senator Robert Griffin in November, but it turns out
Chipper can't make the Levin appearance. But then again, what would
he have found to say to Dr. Diag?
A taste for terror
Though no one spotted Animal House's Blutarsky or Stratton, their
presence may have been felt Wednesday evening when East Quad
residents staged a mass food fight in their south cafeteria. About 160
students were present when the battle began. According to sophomore
Ken Friedman the event, which began at 5:45 p.m., was planned by a
small group of quaddies. "It lasted 30 seconds. I thought it was very
enjoyable," Friedman said. "The major destructive force was cream
puffs with chocolate sauce on them." Frank Markun, manager of East
Quad's food services, said he had "heard rumors that there might be a
foor fight during the week. We're investigating it." Markun said he
wasn't sure what would happen to the students if they were caught.
One resident suspected the guilty party, if caught, would be subjected
to seconds of all East Quad meals.
Well, fellow students, you will be pleased to learn that, according to
MBA magazine, a national financial journal, you're attending one of
the country's best universities. MBA Magazine's annual survey rated
the University's business school the highest of all state universities,
and among the top five overall. Accordingto Standard & Poor, a
leading New York financial info firm, more top business execs earned
their Michigan degrees than from any other public college or univer-
sity. Out of 74,000 execs'surveyed, 1,762 held University of Michigan
Residential College (RC) students are still graded on a pass/fail
system which includes short written evaluations accessing their
progress though juniors and seniors may opt for either pass/fail or
letter grading for their RC classes. But in October, 1968, RC's system
of rating on a pass/fail basis was put to the test in light of criticism
from both students and administrators. Students and their instructors
charged there was a wide variance in the qualities chosen for
evaluation and in the way evaluations took place. Another problem
cited at the time was that honors, financial aid, and athletic ad-
ministrators needed grades for use in their programs.
with UPI reports
Gov. William Milliken, in. one of the
sharpest attacks yet against his op-
ponent, said state Senator William Fit-
zgerald's PBB-related television ads
have brought the Democrat's campaign
to "a new low in Michigan politics."
"Your reckless advertising, which for
months has been maligning Michigan,
has now imposed a cruel hoax on the
citizens of Michigan," the Republican
governor said in a letter delivered to
the state senator late yesterday after-
Earlier in the day, Milliken said he
would announce his stand on the school
voucher tax plan within a week.
Speaking to reporters after ad-.
dressing the Lutheran Teachers
Association Convention at the Lansing
Civic Center, the governor said, "I have
it (my mind) pretty well made up. . . I
have a pretty definite idea of where
The voucher plan calls for limiting
the use of property taxes for school fun-
ding. The amendment would require
the state to establish a general school
taxation program for support of schools
and provide for the issuance of a
"You were majority leader in the
Senate when I first proposed lowering
the (PBB) tolerance levels, but you did
nothing to help get passage," Milliken
wrote. "You were- silent and inactive
until you began exploiting the issue in
Milliken, running for a third term in
office, said his opponent is instilling
"absolutely unfounded fears" in voters
that will "linger long after our careers
are decided in November."
Fitzgerald will return from
Washington this afternoon after
meeting with President Carter. Earlier
this week, Fitzgerald accompanied
Carter and other Democrats to Rome to
attend Pope John Paul's funeral.
Fitzgerald Press Secretary Larry
Good said, however, that' the ads are
"legitimate" and will not be taken off
The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 6, 1978-Page 3
The Deportment of Medial Cre Organization
The 1978 Nathan Sinai Memorial Lecture
featuring former Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
WILBUR COHEN, speaking about "THE NEXT STEPS IN NA-
TIONAL HEALTH POLICY."
WHEN: Fri. Oct.6, 1978 TIME: 8:30 p.m.
PLACE: Thomas Francis, Jr. Auditorium,
Public Health Bldg.
1420 Washington Hts. (at Observatory)
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. .. Get ready to meet with the University Commission for Women
about your experiences as the University from noon until 2 p.m, at the
Michigan League, rooms 4 and 5 ... try to be two places at once and
hear Poet Margaret Randall speaking on."Campaign Against
Sexism" at noon at Guild House. . . at 12:15 rush over to the Uni.sr-.
sity Press Club in the Michigan Union Anderson Room to hear George
Taber of Time magazine speak on "The Tax Revolt and Its Effect on,
Government" . . . get some fresh air on the diag at 1 p.m. when sup-
porters of Democratic Senate candidate Carl Levin gather. State Rep.
Perry Bullard, State Senate candidate Ed Pierce, and congressional
hopeful Earl Greene are slated to appear. . . H. L. Mitchell will talk
at 2 p.m. at Guild House about Socialist Party leader Norman
Thomas ... beat high prices by picking your own apples at Wieard's
Orchard with a group from the International Center leaving at 3
p.m... at 6:45 p.m., there are orthodox services at Hillel, 1429
Hill.. . the Palestine Human Rights Committee meets at 7 p.m. in
Conference Room 6 at the Union ... get your exercise in from 7-10
p.m. at the International Student recreation night at the Sports
Coliseum ... Philosophu Prof. William Frankena will speak on
"Thinking About Morality" at 8 p.m. in Rackham
Auditorium,... Law School Dean Terrence DSandalow speaks on
"Racial Preferences in Higher Education: Ethics and Law" in the fir-
st of the Distinguished Faculty Series at the Ecumenical Center, 921
Church St.. .. Margaret Randall speaks for the seond time today on
"The Role of Peasant Women as Agents of Social Change in the Coun-
tryside" at 8 p.m. in room 126, East Quad. . . . Former U.S. Secretary
of HEW and retired Education School Dean Wilbur Cohen will speak
on "The Next Steps in National Health Policy" at 8:30 p.m. in the
Public Health Auditorium.
On the outside
Bring out your thermal umbrellas because today will be cloudy,
windy, and colder with a chance of thundershowers and a high of 570.
The low will be in the mid 40's.
Milliken, running for
third term in office, sa
his opponent is instilli
fears" in voters that w
"linger longer after o
careers are decided
voucher that could be applied tow
financing a student's education a
public or private school.
Fitzgerald, the product of a paroci
school, opposes the voucher p
because he is "concerned about the
fect of floating vouchers on the put
school stysem." He said the meast
would create "unnecessary disrupti
for public schools.
Both Milliken and Fitzgerald supp
the Headlee tax limitation amendme
which would link state revenues
growth in the economy. The candidat
however, reject the more far-reach'
Tisch tax cut amendment, which wot
reduce property taxes by half.
Milliken said Fitzgerald's televisi
ads, which first appeared last weeker
address the PBB issue in a "reckl
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Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, October 6,1978
South/Southeast Asian Studies: Thomas R.
Trautmann, "Historian Meets Elephant," Com-
mons, Lane, noon.
Civil Eng: D. H. Gray, "Combined Structural-
Vegetative Slope Stabilization," 307 W.,Eng., noon.
Guild House: 50t luncheon, Margaret Randall,
author, "Cuban Women Now," "The Campaign
Against Sexism in Cuba," 802 Monroe, noon.
School of Education: Picasso: War, Peace, Love,
Whitney Aud., Ed. Bldg., 12:10 p.m.
Biological Science: Charity E. McDonald, Institu
for Science Information, Phila., Pa., "Efficie
Searching in the Biological Sciences Using the Scie
ce Citation Index," 3082 Nat. Sci., 2 p.m.
Medical School/Med. Student Council: Rona
Brady, "The Philosophy of the Self: Thinking an
Perception," W. Lec. Hall, Med. Sci. 11,3:10 p.m.
Music School: Symphony Orchestra, Hill Aud.,
Astronomy: Visitor's Night, W. P. Blair, "Journi
to the Red Planet," Aud. B, Angell, 8:30 p.m.
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