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Sunday, March 19, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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Meeting of the
University Cellar
Board of Directors

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SUNDAY, MARCH 19 Near East. Languages and Lits: S.
Goitein, Princeton, "The Living Sea
Swimming: Region VI A.A.U. Chain Scrolls: Jewish Life as Illustrated by
pionships, Matt Mann Pool, 9:30 am., the Documents of the Geniza," 1429
finals, 4:30 pm. Hill St., 8 pm.
TV Center Film: "The Worlds of Ab- Music School: Contemporary Diree-
raham Kaplan: Morals," WWJ-TV, tions Ensemble, Sch. of Mus. Recital
Channel 4, noon. Hall. 8 pmn.
Family Recreation Program: for fac-
ulty, staff and married students, all CAREER PLANNINC & PLACEMENT
sports zlag. facilities, 1:30 p. INTERVIEWS, still time to sign up
PTP: "Company," Power Center, 2, for some job interviews at CPP this
8 pm. term. Stop in, check the schedules.
Musical Society: Vienna Symphony Info. about the following annets.
Orchestra, Hill Aud., 2:30 pm. available in Career Planning Library
World Week: J. Jonah, polit, advisor at CPP or by -,honle, 764-6338.
to Mid. East Mission and V. Issraelyan, NEW CANAAN COUNTRY SCHOOL,!
deputy rep, for USSR to the UN, "Unit- Conn., fellowship prog. for practical
ed Nations," 2 pm.; J. Desmond, UN- teacher educ. Should have minimum of
ECOSOC,, L. Hughes, previously wv/ two yrs. college, prefer four.
UNESCO and H. Magnuson, consultant ILL. INST. OF TECH., Rehabilitation
for WHO, "United Nations' Service Or- Counselor Training Prog. with Dept.
ganizations," 8 pm.; both lectures in of Psych. and Edac. Admission to pro-
Union Ballroom. gram is contingient on admission to

PRESIDENTIAL RACE
SGC elections Tuesda
(Continued from Page 1l man. This ten-member committee
The first asks that SGC fund- has jurisdiction over the financial
ing be set at $1.00 per student affairs of many student publica-
per term. Under the proposal 25 tions, including the "Daily," but
cents would be allocated to the has no power over the paper's edi-
non-profit grocery co-operative torial comment.
and 30 cents to go into the Stu- Dave Shaper, election chairman
dent Legal Advocate program. and SGC Vice President, has hopesi
The student legal advocate will that this election will draw more
be a full-time attorney employed voters than previous ones.
primarily for the purpose of put- In addition to the election book-
ting students on a more equal lets that were mailed to all stu-
footing with the University in dents, he says, PIRGIM plans to
cases involving student interests, call all students that signed its
The rest of the money will go petitions to urge them to vote.
into the SGC general fund.
This money, the first collection "PIRGIM is also helping us get4
of w-hich would bp in the c ,m, people to man our voting booths,

EAA hashi
fticoming
(Continued from Page 1)
up at the Bash."
HRP. in cooperation with RPP,
is planning an "Easter Human B-
in" for April 2, featuring speakers
and bands, aimed at getting a,
large voter turnout in the April 3
elections. Although the two groups
are centering their efforts on the
"Be-in" and the election, HRP co-
ordinator Doug Cornell says, "I'd
be mighty surprised if there were-
n't any party members at the
Bash."

MONDAY, MARCH

20,

1972

4:00 -p.m.
Assembly Hall-Michigan Union

MONDAY, MARCH 20
Mathematics Lecture: J. Grenno
"Markovian Models of Learning and
Problem Solving." 2003 Angell Hall, 3
pm.
Public Health Lecture: D. Rucknagel
and E. Caldwell, "Sickle Cell Anemia,"
Sch. oi Pub. 11th. Bldg. Aud.. 4 pml.
Macromolecular Research Ctr.: H.
Weigman, "Structure and Properties
of Keratin Fibers," 1042 E. Eng., 4 pm.
Physics Seminar: J. Powers, Notre
Dame Univ.. "Correlations in the 2-
Particle Inclusive Reactions." P&A
Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Near E. Languw. es & Lits: S. Goitein,
Princeton, "Women as Creators of Lit-
erary Genres in the Old Testament."
Aud. C, Angell Hall, 4:10 pm.

Dept. as grad student. Financial aid
available.
UNIV. OF TOLEDO. M.B.A. program
with financial aid available.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
212 SAB, phone 762-4117
INTERVIEWS
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Society,
Detroit. Coed Camp. Will interview Mar.
20 and Mar. 23, 9:30 to 5: general coun-
selors, specialists in waterfront, arts
and crafts, supervisors and service
staff, nature campcraft, trippers, dra-
ma dance, truck-bus driver (21). Reg-
ister by phone or in person.
Good Humor Corporation, Detroit.
Will interview Mar. 21 and Mar. 28, 9
to 5. Good working conditions and good
money. Register by phone or in per-
son.
Camp Walden. Maine Girls. Will in-
terview Mar. 22, ? to 5; riding (Eng.),
waterfront, tennis, land sports, nurse.
Davey Tree, Kent Ohio. Will inter-
view Mar. 2n, 10 to .Interested in stu-
dents in the fielrds of forestry, horti-
culture, and landscaping. Register in
person or call.

VW11U1WJI e 11 e sum-
mer, 1972 half-term, would be ear-'
marked in this fashion for three
years, a continuation after that
time pending student approval.
This proposal is supported by
GROUP, and opposed by RAP.
The second proposal, asks for
an assessment of $1.50 per stu-
dent per term to provide for the;
establishment and the maintain-f
ing PIRGIM, as provided by the
PIRGIM petitions and its by-
laws.
Four candidates are running for
one opening on the Student Board;
of Publications.
They are Jay Hack, current
SGC administrative Vice Presi-
dent. Brad Taylor, a Student Cau-
cus mmbel currently serving on
SGC as a mnember'-at-lar'ge, Ront
Landsman, a former "Daily" edi-
tor. and incumbent Jay Hirsch-'

Student Gov:rnment Council
A list of tentative polling places President Rebecca Schenk, while
is provided in the election book- expressing concern over the unof-
let, along with opening and clos- ficial nature of the Bash, said,
ing times. "Offhand, I can't see any objec-

Shaper said, "so we'll be able to
offer more polling places than in
previous elections.

Also included in the booklet are
applications for absentee ballots
for the two state primaries on
May 16 and August 8. If brought
to the polling places, these appli-
cations will be delivered to the
city clerk at the proper time by
SGC.
Tiger Tamers
The only two teams with life-
time winning records against the
Detroit Tigers are the Yankees
(753-693) and the Twins (86-82

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tion to it."
The aromatic April affair is set
to coincide with the effective date
of the new state drug laws, which
reduce the charge for possession
of marijuana in small quantity to
a misdemeanor and the maximum
jail term to 90 days.
. Bob Firth. a member of the lo-
cal Young Democrats, said that
while his organization probably
won't actively endorse the gath-
ering, he wouldn't be surprised if
he and "any number of other
Young Dems" show up on April 1.
Only Six
The only NBA player currently
wearing number six is the Milwau-
kee Bucks' Charles Lowrey.

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Housing

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A portion of BAITS HOUSING and SOUTH QUADRANGLE will be open for occupancy
during the Spring-Summer Term. Applications will be accepted in the Housing Infor-

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FLIGHT SCHEDULE

motion Office, 1011 Student Activities Building, in early April.
SPRING-SUMMER TERM SPRING HALF TERM
(May 7-Aug. 26) (May 7-July 1)

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62
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$160
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$185

Admin.
Charge
$15
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Double Suite

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$283.80

$158.40
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$141.90

$158.40
$158.40
$141.90

SOUTH QUAD
(ROOM AND BOARD)
Single $652.30
Double $598.40
BAITS HOUSING
SINGLE, DOUBLE OR TRIPLE SUITES

$326.15
$299.20

SUMMER HALF TERM
(July 3-Aug. 26)
$326.15
$299.20

Students Desiring Housing for the Fall and Winter Term
Must File a Separate Application

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relojeros por da cual senre-
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En un estilo de simple di-
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Parte superior amarilla y
caja posterior de acero in-
oxidable . .$69.50
arcade jewelry shop
16 nickels arcade

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TODAY-SUNDAY, MARCH 19
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1-11 P.M.
WORKSHOPS:
1 p.m.-ABORTION FILM & DISCUSSION-Alice's Restaurant
SEXUAL DEVIANCE-Klein Lounge
HUMAN SEXUALITY-Classroom 6
2 p.m.-RAPE-Piano Room
3 p.m.-ISSUES IN PROBLEM PREGNANCY-
Alice's Restaurant
DATING RELATIONS & THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION-
Klein Lounge
LITERATURE & SEX-Classroom 5
4 p.m.-V.D.-Classroom 6
HISTORY OF PORNOGRAPHIC FILMS--Red Carpet Lounge
6 p.m.-CONCEPTION & CONTRACEPTION-Klein Lounge
PHYSIOLOGY OF EROTICISM--Classroom 6
HOMOSEXUALITY-Alice's Restaurant
7 p.m.-SEX ROLE CONFLICTS-Piano Room

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