The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 27, 1978-Page 3
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Would-be movie-goers had a surprise Wednesday night when
arriving for the 7 p.m. showing of James Cagney in "Public Enemy"
at the Old Architecture Auditorium. Instead of being asked for
admission tickets, the flicksters were told to take out their number two
pencils and begin the Math 115 mid-term. The mix-up occurred as a
result of a University scheduling change which put the test at the same
time and place as the film. According to Alfred Stuart of the
University's scheduling office, too many exams were scheduled for
the spaces available. he said his office asked the Cinema Guild to
postpone the showing to accommodate the test. Somehow the word of
the change never got out. Meanwhile, Cagney fans may wonder who
the enemy really is.
On Oct. 27, 1968, former presidential advisor Theodore Sorenson told
those attending a local Democratic fundraiser that, "we spend too
much time condemning the extremists and the left and the
Wallaceites and not enough time listening to them." The former
advisor to both President John Kennedy and Senator Robert Kennedy
said of the presidential race that year: "Hubert Humphrey knows
he's not my first choice or even my second choice for the presidency,
but he is much closer to my views than Mr. Nixon and certainly closer
than Mr. Wallace,"
Happenings .. .
... be ready by noon to run the entire homecoming
weekend .. . join Representative Perry Bullard for noon luncheon and
listen to his speech on "What Americans should learn from Swedish
Social Democracy" at the Guild House, 802 Monroe . .. or else pick
another nation and listen to "Causes of Population Growth in
Bangladesh" by Ray Langsten at the Commons room, Lane
Hall .. . or alse the Wesley Foundation is having a prayer meditation
group in its Green room at 602 W. Huron, followed by the Men's
Support Group at 3:15, and a potluck and Fellowship Halloween party
at 6 p.m. ... after gallavanting around at noon, run to Paris
University History Prof, Crouzet's lecture on "The Social Background
of Industrialists in Britain During the Industrial Revolution" at 2 p.m.
in the West Lecture Room, third floor, Rackham Building . .. want to
meet someone exciting? Become a contestant for the Ann Arbor
vesion of "The Dating Game" by attending a meeting Sunday at 4 p.m.
in Room 126, East Quad . .. one more chance to tour the Canterbury
Loft from 4 to 6 p.m. at 332 S. State . .. it's evening already and time
for an orthodox minyan at 6:15 at Hillel, 1429 Hill, followed by a reform
minyan at 8 p.m. ... the Department of Recreational Sports
announces international students recreation from 7 to 10 p.m. at the
Sports Colliseum . . . Homecoming festivities begin at 7:30 on the
Diag with the Sigma Chi Pep Rally featuring the Michigan Maching
band, Bo Schembechler, and Wally Weber . .. also at 7:30, hear
herbologist William LeSassier, sponsored by the Wholistic Health
Council Student Affiliate, at the Wesley Lounge, corner of State and
Huron ... besides Homecoming, it's Halloween- visit the Officer
Education Program's haunted house today and tomorrow from 7 to-10
p.m. at Lane hall ... at 8 p.m. Dr. Donald Rucknagel will speak on
"Ethical Dimensions of Modern Genetics" at the Ecumenical Campus
Center, 921 Church St. ... watch the film "I want to live" at 8 p.m. at
the Ann Arbor Public Library . .. if music is more your style, check
out' the Viennese Gala, featuring Franz Allers conduction at 8 p.m., in
the Power Center . . . catch more music when four pianists from the
School of Music join with the University Choir at 8 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium . . . to finish the day, the Folklore Society musical and
social get together begins at 8:30 p.m. at 3215 Charing Cross (off
Packard) . . . take a rest and think BLUE thoughts about the Little
On the outside ...
Look for a slight improvement over yesterday's drudgery. The sun
will peek out for a while today, with a high in the mid 50s, and a low in
the mid 30s.
By MARY FARANSKI
The alumni association's recently
chosen Presidential Search Committee
held an organizational meeting
yesterday as a first step in finding,a
replacement for President Robben
Fleming, who will retire in January.
A November 10 deadline was set for
submission to the Regents Selection
Committee of recommended future
needs of the University. Regent Robert
Nederlander told the alumni group that
"this statement is necessary before we
can consider nominations."
The Regents also set November 25 as
the date by which the regents will
provide each advisory committee with
criteria and characteristics desired in a
University president. Subsequently,
each committee will make confidential
nominations to Frank Wagman,, the
secretary of the entire election process.
WAGMAN WILL THEN send a
biography of each nominee to the
committee that nominated him or her.
if the committee decides to give the
name further consideration, the
biography will be sent to each of the
The three advisory committees
consist of faculty, alumni, and students.
However, the Michigan Student
Assembly (MSA) has refused to select a
student search committee, charging
that students are nor adequately
represented in the search process.
"It's like members of a family not
speaking to one another," stated
alumni committee member Maragret
Host. "We are encouraging student
participation in this important
REGENT DEANE BAKER added
that "the students' advice is wanted
The meeting drew representatives
from all over the country. The
committee elected Sam Krugliak as
Robert Briggs, an alumnus who also
served 11 years ago on the GFleming
selection committee, said that the three
advisory committees must prevent
information leakages once the
presdential nominations are underway.
"As soon as a person's naame is
bandied around in the radio, TV, or
print media, the race is virtually over
for that candidate," Briggs said.
During the last election, no information
was leaked until 24 hours before the
final word was out on the identity of the
new president, he said.
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Benefit for United Way
The University's "aMaizin' Blues"
will present a "Broadway Medley" at
Washtenaw United Way's Campaign
Achievement Dinner set for 7 p.m.,
Thursday, Nov. 2, at Holiday Inn West,
Jackson Road, Ann Arbor. The
"aMaizin' Blues" will feature songs
from such Broadway hits as
"Oklahoma," "My Fair Lady," "West
Side Story," "Cabaret," "The Wiz,"
and many more.
Along with entertainment, the
evening will include the final tally of
contributions and pledges to the 1978
United Way campaign for $3,053,000.
All are welcome. Cost of the "dutch
treat" dinner is $7, payable in advance
or at the door. To make reservations for
the dinner, call the Washtenaw United
Way office at 971-8200, by Tuesday, Oc-
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6 oz. fresh lemon juice
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