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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 29, 1971

Anti-busig proposal DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 that they wished to be tested in Ann
p a s dL g i l t r Arbor were directed elsewhere (e g. De-
Da Calendar troit, E. Lansing, and Toledo). Some
of these students inquired of us (Evalu-.
(Continued from Page 1) dered to create segregated schools. Museum of, Art: Symposium, Walker ation and Examinations Ofc. 3014;
Evans and Beaumont Newhall, dir. Rackham) whether they might be
publican Robert Griffiii, is spon- He maintains that the Supreme emeritus of Eastman House, Rochester, tested here. It was possible this time
soring a constitutional amendment Court went far beyond that point N.Y., Art Museum, 2 pm. Ito accommodate all who inquired (be-
similar to the one passed by the last April, in their decision requir- Dance Program: Workshop with EDO cause extra test booklets were avail.).
Legislature, which would bar all ing busing in at least Southern, Festival and Pantomime Group from In order to help prevent a repetition
Lesigl atuewichgons n ehpsNrhr iisa Japan, 200 Lane Hall, 3:30 pm. of this we need additional info from
busing on racial grounds. and perhaps Northern cities as Homecoming Parade: State St., 3:30 candidates.
Griffin, who is up for re-election well. "I disagree," he says. pm. Request: If you requested GRE test-
next year, was thought to be fac- He acknowledges it is not a dis- Astronomy Colloquium: P. Noerd- ing in Ann Arbor on Oct. 23 but were
ing an uphill re-election battle. agreement he has seen fit to ex- linger, MSU, "Transfer of Resonance told by ETS to go elsewhere, please
.o s . e cRadiation in Moving Media," P&A Co- call Miss Johnston. at 764-3497. We're
But now, his critics are less con- press before. loq. Rm, 4 pm. especially interested in hearing from
fident he can be ousted. "I do plead guilty to one thing, AAUP Conference: "Tenure Policy in candidates who received ETS collect
Most white congressmen in the he says, "to maybe having been the Universities of the Western World," telegrams a day or two before the test{
state's U.S. congressional delega- silent before the problem arrived Rackham Amph., 7:30 pm. date.
haefloedGifns ed tmydose. Astronomy Visitors' Night: 0. Mohler, Environmental Health Seminar: John{
gation haefloe rfi' la.a ydose. Asteroids: The Littlest Planets," film J. Gannon, "Traverse Bay Water Qual-
rather than Hart's - but Michi- O'Hara, a seven term congress- "Mariner Mars," exhibit of lunar pho- ity Studies," sponsored jointly with
gan's two black Democrats, John man, is a veterans of past civil tos, Aud. B, Angell Hall, 8 pm. The U of M Sea Grant Prog., Mon. Nov.
Conyers Jr. and Charles Diggs Jr. rights fights. His past record has PTP: "Here Are Ladies," Mendels- 1, Sch. of Pub. Health II Aud., 1st Floor
of Detroit, have remained silent rarely troubled his basically blue- Sohn, 8 pm. 1 p.m.
International Folk Dance: Barbour Education Jrs. & Srs.: Applications
on the question. collar Macomb County constitu- Gym, 8-11 pm. for Sch, of Ed Scholarships for Winter
Privately, the white congress- ents; he was re-elected last year Musical Society: East Asian Series, Term '72 available in room 1228 SEBI
men are critical of Griffin. "What with 77 er cent of the vote "Edo Festival of Music and Pantomime during month of November; required
hewidwasanirrsp e it h e ra hehas e dfrom Japan," Rackham Aud., 8:30 pm. info and two interviews to be com-
he did was an irresponsible politi- Yet O'Hara says he has received Commission on Women: 3540 SAB, 3-5 pleted by Nov. 30.
cal stunt," says one. They are not anti-busing petitions in the last pm.Ofganiation Notices
saying the same thirg in public, three weeks which "must have!---- --- - I AT *I -anzA ,

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however. "It's more than your,
political life is worth at the mo-j
ment to even suggest that you're'
not against busing." the same
Democrat acknowledges.
In Washington, the House Edu-
cation and Labor Committee has.
reported out President Nixon's $1.5
billion school desegregation bill, a
measure which would not compel
desegregation, but would finance
it. Michigan Reps. James O'Hara
and William Ford were the only
two Democrats on the committee
to dissent. They collectivelyde-
nounced the bill as the "Back
Door School Bus Financing Bill
of 1971.
O'Hara says his view is that in
urban areas the courts should not
ask more than "racially neutral"
school districting - meaning that

contained 50,000 to 100,000 names
on them."
He has also had about 2,500 let-
ters on the subject during the
same period. "Three," he says,
"were in favor of busing." The rest,
were against.
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ATTENTION'

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14 at Angell Hall, Aud. B & C, Native
GRE Test-takers: Info and a Re- Am . Teach-In. 'Hunted Race' rock
quest; For GRE testing session, Sat., group, at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
Oct. 23 the U of M rgade plans to ac- Nov. 12, 7:30 PM. Tickets on sale now
commodate about 450 candidates, but at the Union, 2-5 PM.
Educ. Testing Service of Princeton as- ..Gay Liberation Community Dance,
signed only 250 here. Apparently quite Oct. 29, 8:00 Pm, First Unitarian
a number of students who indicated to Church. State Conference & potluck,
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Homecoming Parade
Pep Rally on the Diag
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