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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesdav, March 15, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN L)A1LY

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HOUSE HEARING HELD:
Pontiac students speak out for busing

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

59 songs
your mother never taught you

.Da* Calendar

International Tea: 603 E. Madison,
4:30 p m.

WASHINGTON (A')-Nine teen-
agers from Pontiac told a House
hearing on busing Monday that
"integration is working and we
don't want to go back to the old
way."
"Maybe someday we can be notC
only a United States but a united
people," said 15-year-old Chris
Reynolds, a white student who
goes to Lincoln High.
Regent pus]
vets disciaj
(Continued from Page 1)
firmative action resolution" on
the problems of veterans whose
chief backer was Dunn. The reso-
lution, which details general
guidelines for University interest
in veterans affairs, has, been
called "completely irrelevant" to-
ward the solving of any of these
allegedhproblems, by some Uni-
versity of icials.
Ernest Zimmerman, assistant toI
Vice President for Academic Af-

Patricia Ford, another 15-year- The Pontiac students came to "It's been a kind of black-white ;Inst. of Gerontology: C. Chaskes,
old at Lincoln said many white the Judiciary subcommittee hear- thing. I'm the only Latin who was WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 Mich. Comm. on Aging, "State Bureau-
students told her at the start of ing with junior high principal chosen by Pontiac students to sacracy and Aging Advocacy," Lecture
school they were afraid, but now Smith Carson Jr., who said he come. Most people don't realize taneously Broken Gauge Symmetries ARhitectre Lang .eldg., S30Nikm
blacks and whites walk in the thinks politicians are asking the how we feel," she said. and Renormalization," 2038 Randall laus Pevener, architectural historian,
halls, eat together and go to acti- wrong people when they solicit Jean Farrell, who said she was Lab, 11 a.m. "Architecture as a Humane Art," Rack-
vities together. comments in integrated education a homemaker from Pine Bluff, Anatomy Lecture: M.D. Ross, "The ham mph., :y p tmp
'Withoutimtegration whites from parents and pressure groups Ark., called integration a myth Automatic Innervation of the Inner Orchestra, Hill Ac d, 8:30 p.m.
"Without integration whites from parentsEar," 4804 Med. Sci. II, I :10pOrhsaHlAu,8:0 p.m.
would still be thinking that blacks but not from educators or the stu- used by the federal government Interdisciplinary Nutrition: A. Van-'!
are not even human, Now we can dents themselves. "to destroy the American way of der, "Hormones, salt Homeostatis and General No aces
get along together," said Ford, Brad Jackson, an 18-year-old life." Thirst," SPH Aud., 2 p.m.
who is blackIwhite who is president of the stu- Social Work Lecture: R. Illsley, Univ. Education Juniors and Seniors: Ap-
dent council at Pontiac Northern She said she came only because of Aberdeen, Scotland, "Research in plications for Sch. of Ed. Scholarships
dnshe thinks busing is destroying Juvenile Justice in Britain," 2065 for Fall 1972 will be available in Rm.
High, said there is no black-white the country. Frieze Bldg., 2 p.m. 1228 during month of March; required
h S aid *split in the schools but a working Dr. Frank Jones of Nashville, , Physics Colloquium: W. Fairbank, info. and two interviews to be com-
together by all groups. Tenn., said integration is working Stanford Univ., "Experimental Tests of pleted by Mar. 31.
GeerlReaivtywthLwe CAidREEtePLANNINGisPLACEMENT
Mary Brown, a 12-year-old in his city and busing is an in-I ture Techniques," P&A Colloq Rm.,
1 black student at Jefferson Junior tegral necessary part of the pro- 4 p.m. 3200 SAB
High, said the young people got cess. Commission for Women: Homer Peace Corps-Vista are on campus this'
tired of- their parents being the < a dHeath Lounge, Michigan Union, 4 p.m. week in 3529 S.A.B.
d We have made the painful first The Henry Russel Lecture: James B. Voice of America interviewing todayr
had no contact with veterans at only ones speaking out on integra-I steps, we are living with the in- Griffin, " The Museum of Anthropol-atCPcllndrageievewim
the University, he draws his r ion - often negatively --- so they ses eaelvn ihtei-Gifn TeMsu fAtrpl at CPP; call and arrange interview time
k convenience and we are being re- ogy: A Survey of Fifty Years' Activity," if interested in journalism and broad-
knowledge from previous experi- formed a school club called "We warded with the emergence of a Rackham Amph., 4 p.m. casting. They are looking for people in-,
ence. "After my war," he said, "I Can Make It Work." ut t f wStatistics, Seminar: O. Kempthorne, terested in English Lang. broadcasting
went back to school and I remem- "There are going on 2,000 1egu m can be proud." said Jones w ho Iowa State Univ.. "Sampling a Multi- Intern/Trainee Program.
ber what it was like." m e gh said, 0 regh- r enerd, the So s Ato dimensional Lattice," 3209 Angell Hall, Appts. for interviews with the fol-
- ar members," she said, with chap- represented the Social Action 4 p.m. lowing organizations can be made by
Asked about these proposed Un- ters i nearly half a dozen Pontiac Committee of Christians and Jews, Botany Seminar: K. Esser, Univ. of phoning 764-7460 or stopping by 3200
versity programs, veterans were schools. a coalition of 18 churches and Bochum, Germany, "Heterogenic In- S.A.B.: Metropolitan Insur., Connecticut
othunanimouse i admitting Eighteen-year-old Maria Alfaro synagogues. compatibility in the Fungi,"'1139 Nat. Mutual Life, Neisner Bros., The May
taot thendn'tos nee dmtt sa igitegnyraod ar laobeenagThresihg. ttegsaosSci. Bldg., 4 p.m. Co., Geigy Agric. Chem., Prudenti~al
tnee hem. said integration also has been Three Michigan state legislators Romance Languages Lecture: J. Paris, Life, Motor Mutual Life, Women's Army
"Most of the veterans I've talk- good for the second minority, the testified in favor of amending the Johns Hopkins Univ., "Rabelais, Joyce Corps, Amer. Hosp. Supply, Nat'. C.s.s.,
ed to really haven't had Univer- Latins. Constitution to prohibit busing." et le langage," Lecture Rm. 2, Modern Inc. John Hancock Life Insur., Tech-
ns nt hbibung__Langs. Bldg., 4:10 p.m. er Corps.

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---° ------ ----"L s iy reiated veterans problems once
fairs Allan Smith, wrote the Re- they're here," says Matt Mason,
gents resolution. '73L. "Money's the biggest prob-
"It's okay for the Regents want- lem the veteran has."
ing to go on record for this sort James Dunlap, '73, doesn't see
of thing," he says, "but the reso- any need for these new programs
lution merely lays out on paper either. "The only problem I've
what we've already been doing." ehd. heconty, isbei'g
had, "he comments," is getting
Dunn cites three problem areas things going to get money from
he thinks the University should the GI Bill; and the only things
concentrate on. "We've got to do veterans are going to worry about
a lot more towards getting the is getting the money every month.
veteran into the universities and As long as they've got that they're
colleges. We need to provide ex- satisfied."
tensive remedial and tutorial as- Tom Clark, organizational serv-
sistance along with an opportun- ices of OSS and a young veteran
ity awards program, and we're go- himself, is one of many in the
Ing to have to do a tremendous University assigned to help re-
amount of counseling to acclima- spond to the possible problems of
tize them to the University," he veterans. "I want to get their in-
says, put because without it," he says,
Although Dunn admits he has "we're in the dark."
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DEPT. OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES
presents
A French Lecture
"Rabelais, Joyce, et Langage"
by PROF. JEAN PARIS
Johns Hopkins University
TODAY, WED., MARCH 15
4:10 P.M
Lecture Room 2-Modern Language Building

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