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Page Nine

Wednesday, December 1, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday. December 1, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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of the criticism directed against
him was based on personal ill-
feeling rather than on grounds
of incompetence.
His critics vehemently denied
this allegation.
The critics emphasize that the
moves are not designed to slander
individual Council members, but'
merely to improve the operations
of Council.
They say they hope to accom-
plish this task with a minimum
of internal fighting, which they
say can only serve to damage
Council's effectiveness.
War powers
limits sougoht
rContinued from page 1)
relationship between Congress
and the Presidency in the mak-
ing of foreign policy.
The White House has come
out strongly against the measure
following the pattern of Presi-
dents over the last half-cen-
tury who have maintained that
the chief executive must have
flexibility in determining when
to use combat troops in the
pursuit of U.S. foreign policy
objectives.

Republican speakers
SO
seek youthi's suppor
By KATHY BYRNES
Attempts were made last night.to answer the question
"What are the Republicans doing for youth?" in a teach-in
sponsored by the Republican Liberation Movement, a liberal
wing of the Republican party.
Liberal Republican guest speakers spent approximately
ten minutes on topics considered of interest to youth such
as abortion reform and the environment. While each stressed
the importance of youth involvement in politics only 25
young people attended the"

teach-in.
Sen.-Gilbert Bursley (R-Ann
Arbor). spoke on abortion reform.
centering his remarks on his at-
tempts to gain 250.000 signatures
in a petition drive to get the
abortion issue on the next ballot.
Rep. Ray Smit (R-Ann Arbor).
noted the public's growing aware-
ness of the environmental prob-
lems but mentioned his fear that
the "people have reached the peak
of their awareness and now feel
everything is hunky-dorypsince
legislation is now being passed."
He said that now is the crucial
time andvpeople must become
more involved.
Rep. Mike Dively (R-Traverse
City), spoke on the implications of
the new age of majority in the
state. He said that this new legis-
lation - which he sponsored -
does not make anybody an adult
but rather what one does with it
will show who is an adult..
Daily Official Bulletin
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1
Day Calend ar
Computing Ctr: D. Childs, 'BTDS:
An Information -Environment/Machine
Environment Interfact," 130 Physics-
Astronomy, Noon.
Ctr. for Cont. Education of Women:
Panel Discussion. "Review the Future:
Think About Your Next Degree Now,"
330 Thompson,. 3 pm.
LSA Coffee Hour: 2549 LSA Bldg., 3-'
4:30 pm.
Botany Seminar: R. Helling. "Turn-
ing on E. Coli: The Utilization of Ara-
binose," 1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg.; 4 pm.
Statistics Seminar: C. Sing, "Recent
Advances in the Crusade Against the
Neutral Gene Hypothesis." 2440 Mason
Hall. 4 pm.
Dimensions of Religious Experience:

E Pakistan
liberty urged:
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lence these guns from their own
territory."
Yesterday's s atements concern.
ing the independence of East Pak-
istan, however, reveal the deeper
issue of the present conflict.
The key point of contention is
over the independence of East
Pakistan or Bengala-Desh. India
claims that Yahya Khan has been
waging a war of genocide against
the Bengalis.
"It is not in oir national inter-
est," Ghandhi said recently, "to
let an entire population be annihi-
lated." She added that she con-
sidered "the presence of Pakistani
troops in Benaila Desh to be a
threat to our,,security."
B. Bagchi. 'Philosophical and Scien-
tific Aspects o Yoga," Aud. D, n-
gell Hall. 4. pr.
Faculty Women's Club: Goldei An-
niversary Gala, Clements Library, 4-6
pm.
S University Players: "Antony and.
rCleopatra," Power Center, 8 pm.
'General Notices
Application deadline for U-M Shef-
field-Keele Program for fall term, 1972
is Dec. 10; experience of studying
educ. at an English university open to
all persons pursuing teaching certif-
cate or education major; applics. avaii-
able inrm. 4115. Sch. of Educ. Bldg.
George Beadle, Nobel Prize-winning
plant geneticist and prof. of bilor
at Univ. of Chicago, "New Research on
the Origin of Maize," lecture is spo -
sored by Mus. of Anthropology aind
Dept. of Botany, Rackham Amph.,
Dec. 8, 4:i0 pm.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
212 S.A.B.
ANNOUNCEMENT
AUnited Central Services, Toleo,
Ohio. Openings for sophomores and
juniors interested in social work lbr
Toledo area; applications should tie
filed in December; further details avail.
U of M
COLLEGIUM
MUSICUM
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"Music from the
Low Countries"
Saturday, Dec. 4
8:00 P.M.
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