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Friday, April 14, 1 972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, April 14, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MASS
Leonard Be s te in
This Sunday fromn 10- 12 noon

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Mathematics Lecture : D. Gale,
DAILY OFFICIAL "Mathematical Economics," Aud. C, An-
BULLETIN Music School: W. Bernhardt, violin,1
Sch.ofMus. Recital Hall. 5 pm.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Y":>>.a >;:: :;::>:;:;:;:::. 5 :";:.,:" 9 Gym , 8-11 pm.
FRIDAY, APRIL 14 Classical Studies Dept. Performance:+
Plautus's "The Rope," in Latin & En-7
Day Calendar glish, Res. Coll. Aud., 8 pm.
Dance Program: U-M Graduate Stu-
Physics Seminar: J. Stern, Orsay, dents in Dance, Schorling Aud., Ed.
France, "New Formula for Electro- Sch., 8 pm.,
magnetic Mass Differences," 2038 Ran- Music School: R. Lambert, tenor, Sch.
dall Lab, 2 pm. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Anthropology Lecture: Ezat 'Negah- Music School: S. Dempster, guest
ban. Dir. Inst. of Archaeol, at Teheran trombone, and N. Bruce, guest piano,
Univ. Ira i, "Excavations at Sagzabad: Rackham Aud. 8 pm.
Art and Architecture of a Neolithic University Players: "A Doll's House,"
Community in Highland Iran," Rack- Arena Theatre. Frieze Bldg., 8 pm.
ham Amph.. 4 pm. Astronomy Night: L. Willson, "Vari-+
Astronomy Colloquium: J. Evans able Stars," Aud. B, Angell Hall, 8 pm.;
Kansas State Univ., "Studies of Stellar: Observatory open until 10:30 pm.
Zeemann Broadening," P&A Colloq.
General Notices

by the Regents on Feb. 28, 1936: "Stu-
dents shall pay all accounts due the
University not later than the last day
of classes of each semester or sum-
mer session. Student loans which are
not paid or renewed are subject to this
regulation: however, student loans not
yet due are exempt. Any unpaid ac-
counts at the close of business on the
last day of classes will be reported to
the Cashier of the University and
"(a) All academic credits will be
withheld, the grades for the semester
or summer session just completed will
not be released, and no transcript of
credits will be issued.
"(b) All students owing such ac-
counts will not be allowed to register in
any subsequent semester or sum-
mer session until payment has been
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Election of the five foreign student members
of the
International Center Policy Board
will be held on
FRIDAY, April 14th, 7:30 P.M.
in a general
Foreign Student Board meeting
Nominations are being taken at the International Center
! By Appointment Only:
SPECIALIZING IN:
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Whiat to do Cinee table ten1111s
i~fore Mla team to play at'U
(Continued from Page 1) in America.
rangements. Anti-communist crusader Rev
The Chinese are scheduled to Carl McIntire is also planning a
(Continued from Page 1) arrive by bus at the front door , protest here -tomorrow, when he
plish this task by getting in touch of the Union tomorrow morn- will release "more pigeons than
with the present tenant of the ing at 9:15, to be greeted by communists" on to campus. He
residence and agreeing to leave University officials in the Union would not explain what he meant
the phone in his or her name. The ballroom and then briefed by an by this.
present resident can apply for invitation-only group of facul- ' The Chinese will also put on an
suspension and the now owner ty members and students for exhibition at the University of
will save ten dollars. approximately 45 minutes. Maryland April 17, but apparent-
Ma Bell looks unapprovingly'at ,For the remainder of their ly will not tour that campus.
this course of action, however, and six-hour stay they will take an ' Geography Prof. Rhoads Mur-
has been known to call in the wee hour walking tour of the cam- phey, director of the Center for
hours of the morning and demandI pus, and eat Mlunch at Bursley Chinese Studies, feels "very frus-
to speak to the legally registered Hall, leaving at 12:30 for Cris- trated" about the nature of the
phone owner. rh er Arena to rest up before their Chinesetourhere.
If oe isforcd tohavehistable tennis exhibition at 1:30. ! "We don't have time to do any-
phone reinstalled, he can at least They leave for Metro airport at thing," he said. "We have to ob-
make things difficult for the 3 PM, flying directly to Williams- serve protocol. They're more than
phone company by requesting that burg, Virginia. just table tennis players -- we
his phone be moved. That way, Although American visitors to have to treat them as diplomats.
the company representatives will China have been treated to multi- After we trot out all the stuffed
have to come to the house, rather course gourmet meals, the table shirts and go through the trans-
than just flipping a switch in the tennis players will have a taste of lators, it's going to take a long
Bell office. typical Americana at Bursley. The time. Taking only an hour to see
The installation charge increase cafeteria is serving a run-of-the- the University is ridiculous. But
Thmntlaincag nraeilt
was granted the giant company by mill 'Saturday lunch: Reuben it's nobody's fault."
miingPgtheunitwhich}sandwiches, waffles, Canadian ba- Murphey predicted the tour will
tMihian Puc tervice Coin- con, yogurt. Jello salads, soft- iclude a visit up Burton tower
sets price rates for public utilities, serve ice cream and, of course, to see a panoramic view of the
Bell officials claim, however, Coke. campus, probably the Asian l-
that the higher charge is still low- The exhibition games at Cris- brary, and hopefully the Museum
er than the actual cost of phone ler will include singles play by of Art, which has an extensive
installation. They explain that the Chinese, a demonstration by Oriental art collection. But he
installation of a new phone in- the University trampolinists, and feels that moving around an esti-
volves all of the company's de- fin lly doubles play between mixed; mated 60 people, even though
partients: directory assistanceCh nese - American teams. The U. they will be divided into two
information, accouinting, and so S. players are not good enough to ; groups, will be cumbersope at
o n be matched by themselves against best.
the Chinese. Murphey also commented that
Bell officials report that MPSC Several local groups plan to pro-, everyone will "try to play It like
is currently considering granting test the visit. Michigan Young a sports event" but that the visit
the company further rate increas- Americans for Freedom (YAF) ; has "tremendous political signifi-
es some time this year. Officials plan to picket and hand out anti- cance." "It's part of the beg1n-
declined to say exactly in what Communist literature at Crisler nina of the thaw," he said.
areas the increases might come. to protest Nixon's "policy of ap- , Echoing the hope of Eckstein's

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peasement toward Red China's
oppressive, totalitarian rulers." ac-
cording to chairman Peter McAl-
pine, "When Americans believe
communism isn't so bad in China,
it will be only a short step to be-
lieve socialism wouldn't be so bad

I National Committee, he antici-
pated the Chinese will invite some
American sports or other type of
group over for another visit.
"They're very big on people-to-
people contacts. But they'll nve
slowly, on a small scale."

IMPORTANT INFORMATION MEETING
U of M-Sarah Lawrence
Summer program in PARIS
July 1-August 11, 1972
Everyone Invited-Grads and Undergrads
place: East Conference Room, Rackham
date: Tuesday, April 18th
time: 8 p.m.

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