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City law quiets marching band

By WILLIAM THOMPSON
Some of the school spirit and
enthusiasm surrounding the revival of
the Homecoming Parade at the
University has been quieted by the
absence of a key ingredient - the
Michigan Marching Band.
The band will not be able to perform
at tomorrow morning's Homecoming
Parade due to a schedule conflict and
parade officials are in a quandary. The
band was scheduled to rehearse from
nine in the morning until 10 and join the
alumni band then, thereby missing the
parade's nine oclock start.
"WE SUGGESTED a rehearsal from
eight to nine and UAC (University
Activities Center) called the city and
got them to overlook the ordinance
against making'noise before 9," stated
parade worker Terri Schaffer. "We

were even going to buy 500 McDonald's
hamburgers to feed the band members
so they wouldn't have to go out for
lunch."
Nevertheless band. director George
Cavender refused to accept the plan,
citing past difficulties with the city
ordinance, which he claimed was still in
effect..
"If somebody calls and complains the
police have to send somebody to
enforce the law," Cavender asserted.
"It's easy for somebody else to say that
the ordinance isn't in effect now, but
we've had problems with this in the
past and rehearsal before nine is still
against the law.
"I TOLD THE people running the
parade in July that we couldn't appear
at a parade which started at 9,"
Cavender said. The city clerk's office

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confirmed Cavender's, statement that
the city would have to enforce the law if
there were a. complaint.
Failure to secure the appearance of
the Marching Band has made the
parade promoters desperate for music.
Parade chairwoman Cathy Van
Wagnen said, "We contacted high
schools but many are boycotting U of M
because theyhad to play to an empty
stadium on Saturday (at
BanDavrama). We even went to junior

high schools but we couldn't get
band."
Parade workers are considering a
number of measures to dramatize thei
plight. These include a sound track to
play Michigan songs, and a 50-member
kazoo band. As a last resort, Kathy Van
Wagnen promises, "We at least hope to
carry a banner saying, 'The Michigat
Marching Band couldn't be her
today.'

Da'ily Official Bulletin

Friday, October 27, 1978

General Notices:
Medcal technology "internship only" applications.
Two openings in the Med. Tech. senior year (clinical
internship) program for 1979-80 will be filled through
the Medical Technology Internship Matching
Program of Michigan, which is open to any student.
Later vacancies will be filled from'waiting list being
compiled in the Med. Tech. Office. (You may ask to
be considered for both lists.? Either list requires
completion of application and an interview. To be
considered for matching program, your completed
application must reach Med. Tech. Office in the
Dept. of Pathology by Nov. 15, 1978. Applications are
available in Counseling office, 1213 Angell Hall or
from the Med. Tech. Office in Pathology. For more
info., contact Florence Hartsuff either in the Coun-
seling Office or in the Dept. of Pathology.
AREER PLANNING AND
PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B.
The Burke Marketing Research Award combines
grad study in marketing at U. of Cincinnati with on-
the-job training at Burke. Burke assumes cost of
tuition.
Dumbarton Oaks Fellowships 1979-80: Junion
Fellowships for students writing their dissertations
or Fellowships for PhD's who wish to pursue resear-
ch in history of landscape architecture and related
Friday
Worsip 'Seivies
If your place of worship is interested in
announcing Its services In the Daily please
cl 764-0560.
ISLAMIC ACTIVITIES IN ANN ARBOR
International Muslim House
407 N. Ingalls, Ann Arbor
Five Daily Prayers-Friday prayer
at 1:00.
Study circles every Sunday.
Arabic at 2: 00; English at 4:00.
Everybody is welcome.
For information call 665-6772.

fields of garden design and garden ornament an
history of horticulture.
.A career fair sponsored by Greater Cleveland
Growth Assoc. will be held during Christmas
Holidays. Students graduating in 1978-79 invited t
interfiew with Cleveland employers. No fee.
Newspaper Fund internships and Scholarships for
College Students. Editing Internship gives 40 studen
ts opportunity to work for a summer on dais
newspaper and wire service copydesks.
Minority Internship Program - Students enrollc
in post-graduate work and have interest and talent ir
news reporting and editing. This program will in-
volve 10 minority students from both journalism and
non-journalsm areas.
Interviewing on campus:
November 6 and 7:Grad school and Career Con
ference for minority students.
November 7: Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Center for Naval Analyses, Cargill, Inc.
November 8: McMaster-Carr Supple co., NCR
Corp., PAR Corp., Battelle Columbus Laboratories,
Indiana School of Business,.
November 9: Shillito's, IBM, New York Life Ins.
Cc.
November 10: Harvard Grad. School of Business..
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB 163-4117
Center for Renewable Resources and the Solar
Lobby, Washington, D.C. Summer intern program
for students with skills in writing, research,
economics, interest in politics. Further details
available.
Grenfield village/Ford Museum, Dearborn.
Openings for guides for coming summer. Must be
over 18. Deadline for applying, Jan. 5. Detail
available.
Philip Morris Marketing/Communications Com-
petition. Program open to undergrads/grads.
Fields: adfvertising, college relations, communit
relations. Deadline Dec. 15. Further detail
available.
TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIX, No. 44
Friday, October 27, 1978
is edited and managed by students at the University
of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second clas
postage is paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan .48109
Published daily Tuesday through Sunday mornin
during the University year at 420 Maynard Street,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription rates: $1
September through April (2 semesters); $13 by mail
outside Ann Arbor.
Summer session published through Saturday
morning. Subscription rates: $6.50 in Ann Arbo
$7.00 by mail outside Ann Arbor.

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DATE: ThAirs.end Fri., Oct. 26 and 27
TIME 11M to 4,00
PLACE Main Lobby ofMichigan Union
Deluxe tealures are avaniabie on aljosten's rings at no extr charge.

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