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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April 15, 1912

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BLACK HISTORY:
Project Awareness,
starts at South Quad

By JUDY RUSKIN
The rejection of the proposed
Afro-American Living Units has
led the University to consider an
alternative mechanism to promote
deeper' understanding of Afro-
American cultures. "Project
Awareness' is one of the answers.
A series of race awareness lec-
tures, and other human relations
programs, Project Awareness is
sponsored by the Office of Special
Programs in Housing.
Latest in the project's series is
"The Afro-American Experience
and Other Minorities" a collection
of materials on black history, cul-
ture and progress, which will be
displayed in a South Quad din-
ing hall today and tomorrow.

The exhibit, collected by Carl-
ton Funn, features more than 60
displays, including recent addi-
tions of information on other mi-
norities.'Funnd willealso provide a
film, slides and a lecture as a part
of the display.
According to Georgia Williams,
director of the project, the idea
was to begin with gen.eralized pro-
grams designed to bring about cul-
tural understanding. The project
will then lead to workshops on
particular issues in different
dorms.
The project, however, will not
have any final proposal or budget
drawn up until the Regental task
force on alternate racial programs
meets next week.

Anti-war
protest
set today
In response to the recent up-
surge in the air war over Indo-
chino, the People's Coalition for
Peace and Justice (PCPJ) has
called an emergency march in
Washington, D.C. today.
Demonstrators plan to meet at
St. Stephen's Church in the morn-
ing, then march to Lafayette Park
and the White House in the after-
noon.
There PCPJ plans to "confront'
President Nixon in a non-violent
sit - in across from the White
House. The protesters will de-
mand that Nixon end the bomb-
ing, resume the Paris peace talks
and withdraw support from th
Thieu government in South Viet-
nam.
PCPJ literature has said the
protests will be non-violent. How
ever, it has suggested that demon
strators come with bail money.

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cluding one amendment to change student and three voting faculty The Daily Official Bulletin is an Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m. CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
members, official publication of the Univer- Dance Program: U-M Graduate Stu- 3200 S.A.B.
chairpersons" to "chairmen." sily of Michigan. Notices should be dents in Dance, Schorling Aud., SEB, Peace Corps will be on campus Thurs.
The report also proposed chang- The committee recommended sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to 8 p.m. to talk to interested people about 'op-
es in administrative board func- that all cases of alleged dishones- 409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of Music School: J. Bouma, mezzo-so- portunities in their organization; stop
tions. It is recommended that the ty be brought before the judiciary. the day preceding publication and prano, Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8 p.m. in room 3516 S.A.B, anytime Thurs.
board hand over the implementa- It also recommended formalization by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and University Players: "A Doll's House," Teacher Corps/Peace Corps will hold
Sunday. Items appear once only. Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 8 p.m. meeting May 2 to inform interested
tion of academic advising, exemp- of presently utilized procedures student organization notices areS- students about 2 teacher educ. pro-
tions from college requirements for review of unfair grading com- not accepted for publication. For grams; one is Teacher Corps only, and
and "academic deficiency" deci- plaints by students, more information, phone 764-9270. Generaln otices leads to a B.A. Candidates for this
sions to "the chairmen of the fac- Administrative board chairman ~ L SUMMER PLACEMENT undergad hs. an ut be ableto
ulty advising offices." Charles Morris said that faculty Apii 13, 1972 demontrate a sincere interest in inner
This move would formalize cur- members expressed concern over Maplehurst, Mich. coed, wil bity pupils; the other program com-
trent procedures, specifying that changes in review of dishonesty Day Calendar interview Tues., April 18, 9:30 to 12:00 ther BA people with about 40 hrs. in
"academic deficiency" be defined cases and the recommended grad- waterfront (WSI), arts and crafts, rid E
as less than a 2.0 grade point av- ing appeal procedure. U.S. Table Tennis Assoc.-Nat'l Comm. ing (western), scuba instr. (certified), mnimu o e 2 in El. eduB. with
erage. The board would be respon- Morris said the proposal allow- on U.S.-China Relations. Chinese Table s iling, bus driver, general counselors; minimum of 12 hrs. educ. Call 764-
Tennis Exhibition, Crisler Arena, 1 :30 register by phone 763-4117. 7460 to sign up.
sible for setting general policies ing students to appeal their grades p.m. Announcement
, and guidelines in these areas. was made because students pres- Music School: C. Rogonetti, viola, Yw-YMCA, Camp Algonquian, Mich. SUMMER PLACEMENT
The report also proposed the ently feel "all attempts to change Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 2:30 p.m. Coed. Following openings still avail- 212 S.A.B.N
t Classical Studies Dept.: Plautus's able - archery instr. riflery (21), sail- Interview:
formation of a separate student- their grade are in vain, and we "The Rope," in English followed by ing, tripper (21) M and F. Pickup ap- Good Humor Corp., Detroit, Mich.
- faculty "academic judiciary" to want to assure them at least a Latin, Residential Coll. Aud., 3 p.m. plication at 350 So. Fifth Avenue at will interview Fri., Apr. 21, 9 - 5; re-
rule on charges of student pla- chance." Music School: L. Manring, soprano, desk. turn visit

Judge will determine
redistricting in May

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DETROIT (P) - A U.S. District
Court judge said yesterday he will
decide by the first week in May
how the state's Congressional
boundaries will be redrawn.
Judge Damon Keith also told
Republicans to review their three
redistricting proposals for alleg-
ed numerical discrepancies.
Meanwhile, a Republican-backed
redistricting plan was reported out
of committee in the State House
by a 56-42 vote-the bare mini-
mum. Nine party-bolting Demo-
crats voted with the majority in
freeing the controversial plan-from
committee.
Legislative approval of a redis-
tricting plan could eliminate the
federal court from the redrawing
picture. Keith did not say speci-
fically what he would do in view
of the house action, but indicated
he would continue studying the
proposals from Republicans and
Democrats.
Keith asked Republicans to re-
view their plans' figures after De-
mocrats challenged them at a
hearing. Republicans have sub-

mitted three redistricting plans to
the court while Democrats have
turned in one formal plan and
what they call an "alternate var-
iation."
University Regent Lawrence
Lindemer, former GOP state
chairman, speaking for the Re-
publican plans, claimed "popula-
tion figures are no longer pertin-
ent" since populations have shift-
ed since the 1970 census and the
U.S. Census Bureau has admitted
errors in head-counting.
"No one in this room today can
say which of the five plans sub-
mitted to the court reflect most
accurately the population of the
state," Lindemer said.
A Republican plan that would
help Michigan's' 12 Republican and
seven Democratic incumbents re-
tain their seats is a legitimate
proposal, he said, since courts
have approved the use of existing
districts as cores for remapping.
The Democratic plan, he charged,
would cause "extensive disruption
of existing facts."
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