Tuesday, November 23, 197 1,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, November 23, 197 1 iHE M1C2H1C~AN DAILY
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official publication of the Univer-
sity of 1chigan. Notices should be
sent in TVP'WRITTEN FORM to
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day' preceding publication and
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and
Sunday, Items appe'ar once only.
Student organizations notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Music School: Wind Instrument
Dept. Recital, Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall,
Urban & Regional Plan, and Urban
Plan. Lecture: M. Hoppenfeld. Chief
nner of Columbia, Md., "Making Ci-
ties Work," Rackham -Amph., 2 pm.
Basketball Varsity - Frosh Game,
Crisler Arena, 8 pm.
Music School-Opera-: "The Magic
Flute," Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: Chinese Dancing, 1024
Hill St., 9 pm.
STUDENT ACCOUNTS: Your atten-
tion is called to the following rules
passed by the Regents Feb. 28, 1936:
"Students shall pay all accounts due
the University not later than the last
day of classes # of each semester or
summer session. Student loans which
are not paid or renewed are subject to
this regulation: however, student loans
not yet due are exempt. Any unpaid
accounts at the close of business on
the last day of classes will be re-
ported to the Cashier of the Univer-
"(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
INTERVIEW WITH N.S.A.-we now
have the list ofpeople eligible to sign-
up for interviews with N.S.A. on Nov.
30; call today to make appt. wouldt
FOREIGN AREA FELLOWSHIP PRO- vote of
GRAM, New York. Fantastic opportun- Suspend
ity for grad student interested in question
spending 12-18 months abroad. uxper. motion
must be in following fields: bus, ad-
min., agric. urban & regional plan- majorit
ning, engr., lib. sci. public health, du- sary to
cation; further details avail.; appl. resolutit
deadline Nov. 30. Some
GENESSEE COUNTY PARKS & RE- Some
CREATION. Flint., Mi., deadline for feared.
appl. and testing for lifeguard and flooded
park maintenance position Dec. 29-31J to resti
for positions in this area; further de -then e
For Regular Service thirds I
Engineering students planning to in- go on r
terview during the Winter Term file researc
College Interview Form by Dec. 1 to This,
receive maximum benefit from the
services. as supp
Fall registrants desiring to revise resoluti
their Coliege Interview Form, sub- represe
mit revision by Dec. 1. toei
December graduates of this year de- those i
siring continued service, notify Place- undecic
ment Office by Dec. 1 or a new Col- Disc=
lege Interview Form will be required. continu
For Gral 1 Service
The Grad II Computerized placement abouta
serv. will be available to students ex- ers for
pecting to receive degree and accept The
regular employment by Dec. 1972. -
File GRAD II Student Input Form
together with College Interview Form
by Dec. i for full service. Absoluate
deadline for GRAD II registration is
Fall registrants dissatisfied with their
Fall printout may complete a new
form and try again.
Suggestion: OBTAIN FORMS FROM
THE PLACEMENT OFFICE AND COM-
PLETE DURING THANKSGIVING RE-
Engineering Placement Service
128 H, W. Engin.
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have required a two-thirds
the members present to
d the rules and place that
n on the agenda. If such a
had passed, only a simple
ty would have been neces-
confirm or overrule the
backers of the plan had
that the meeting would be
by opponents of the plan
trict research, who would
iave the necessary two-
majority to have the faculty
record against the classified
was not the case, however.
orters and opponents of the
ion seemed to be equally
nted, with the majority of
n attendance seeming to be
ded on the issue.
ussion of classified research
ued for about an hour, with
an equal number of speak-
and against the resolution.
Regents will decide on the
Continued from page 1) demonstrating, passing out hand-,
research issue at their meetings tentatively seated on the jury. Se- bills, use of a sound truck or bull-
in December. They did not consid- lections continue this morning. horn . . . with the intent of inter-
er the matter at their monthly Judge Edwin Jones issued an fering with, obstructing, or impe-
meetings last week, in anticipa- order at the outset of the tria ding the administration of justice,
tion of the Senate meeting. banning rallies or protest at the or with the intent of influencing
Since the Senate took no action j courthouse, any judge, puror, witness or court
on the measure, however, the Re- Police made no attempt to re- officer, is hereby prohibited."
gents will probably consider the move or arrest the demonstrators, Dave Scribner, a New York at
research resolution as passed by some of whom held signs that torney representing five of those
the assembly to be the predomi- read "Stop the Trial," "Burn "the indicted filed an affidavit with the
nate faculty opinion on classified Indictments" and "Portage Coun- court charging "there is bias and
research, ty Justice Is Sick." prejudice on the part of Judge Ed-
After the meeting, President Demonstrators threw a few win Jones and that the judge is
SRobben Fleming said he thought snowballs as they walked in 10- otherwise disqualified to sit in such
the ideas expressed by the faculty inch snow, but there were no oth- cases."
members were for the most part er incidents. _hereweren___th-__ases._
a re-hashing of old arguments.
Those in favor of the resolution Jones' order stated that allI
argued that the idea of classified picketing, parading, leafletting
research was in conflict with the - -_
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We're very proud of the Mich-
igan Wolverines and we'd like to
send some lucky couple to Pasa-
dena for an exciting Rose Bowl
It's easy to enter our contest.
Just open a new account of any
type, Christmas Club, Checking,
Savings, or Time Savings, and fill
out the entry blank you'll be
given. Present customers may
add $25.00 or more to their exist-
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time the bank closes and the
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must tell you that you do not
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of telling the Ann Arbor com-
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able to handle your travel plans.
So come down to any of our
f o u r convenient offices, open
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be the lucky winner of an un-
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Tour in Sunny California.
ROSE BOWL ITINERARY
Wednesday, Dec. 29
Your Rose Bowl vacation begins when
you board your Jet at Detroit Metro-
politan Airport for Los Angeles Inter-
national Airport, you will be met and
transferred to t h e HOLLYWOOD
ROOSEVELT HOTEL. Abreception
an~d cocktail party will be held to
greet all participants in the tour.
Thursday, Dec. 30
DISNEYLAND GUIDED TOUR-In-
ternationally k n o w n entertainment
complex. You will be transported to
Disneyland for an all day personally
guided tour; admission, attractions,
and rides included. Transfer back to
Friday, Dec. 31
Today is free to explore Los Angeles.
Gala New Year's Eve party at the
PALLADIUM featuring L a w r e n c e
Welk to greet the arrival of the New
Year. Party includes transfers, din-
ner, and favors.
Saturday, Jan. 1
NEW YEAR'S DAY-ROSE PARADE
-ROSE BOWL GAME-This morn-
ing special chartered buses will take
you to Pasadena to view one of the
most colorful events in the Nation:
THE PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF
ROSES PARADE. You will be pro-
vided with reserved seats to take in
all of this once-a-year attraction.
After the parade, you will be trans-
ported to the ROSE BOWL-you will
have specially reserved premium side-
line seats where you witness this
classic event of the football world-
the one and only ROSE BOWL
GAME. Upon completion of the game,
you will once again board your bus
to return to the Hotel.
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