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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 14, 1971

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BUL E 1TIN'
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publicatio, of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to
Room 3529 L.S.A. Bldg., before
2 p.m., rf the day preceding pub-
lication and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. Items ap-
pear enly once. Student organiza-
tion notices are not accepted for
publication. For more information,
phone 764-9270.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14
Day Calendar
Family Recreation Program: Faculty,
staff and married students, Intramural
Sports Bldg., 1:30 p.m.
Pops Concert: Univ. Symphony ~sand,
Peter Nero and His Trio, Hill Aud., 3:30
p.m.

OKLAHOMA CITY (N-Two former Army lieutenants say
eriors allowed officers to cheat on qualifying exams for
ts that put them in a position to supervise firing of
ensive nuclear missiles, the Daily Oklahoman said yester-
.
The newspaper said in a copyright story for today's edi-
as that the two recently discharged missile officers say
bbing-the use of unauthorized aids and even copies of the
ts-was done to. gain qualification for battery control
icers.
The story, by Ron Fulkerson, said battery control officers
in a position to supervise the firing of the nuclear-capable
ssiles of the Nike-Hercules defense system in case of
@ attacks.

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THURSDAY, FEB. 25
City of Detroit
Interstate Commerce Comm. z
FRIDAY, FEB. 26
Market Opinion Research
Teacher Corps
Vista Week: Members of the VISTA
team will be here to talk with interest-
ed students Feb. 22 through Feb. 24;
film will be shown Mon. and Tues.
eves, rm. 3529 S.A.B.; no appointments
necessary to talk to representatives; hrs.
9 - 5.
* * * *
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B.
Announcements: Further details and
applications available at SPS, 764-7460.
Analytic Services, Inc~, Va., open-
ings for research assistant, grad. level,
for weapon system analyst.
Santa Fe Railway, Chicago, following
openings available in various parts of
country, research assistant in c o s t
analysis, clerical, switchmen/brake-
men, waiters, cooks, repair and loco-
motive maintenance, technician type
positions.
The following schools will send re-
presentatives to our office to interview
prospective teachers for 1971-72 school
yr; appointments can be made start-
ing Feb. 15.
FEB. 22
Albion, Mich.
Maywood, Ill.
Honolulu, Hawaii
Mt. Prospect, Ill.
Simsbury, Conn.
FEB. 23
Honolulu, Hawaii
Falls Church, Va.
eFEB. 24
Washington, D.C.
Upper Marlboro, Md.
Waukegan, Ill.

FEB. 25
Flint, Mich.
Westport, Conn.
Wyoming, Mich.
FEB. 26
New Boston, Mich.
Traverse City, Mich.
Milwaukee, Wisc.
Santa Ana, Calif.
MARCH 1
Scarsdale, N.Y.
MARCH 2
Honolulu, Hawaii (Iolana School)
Kenosha, Wis.
MARCH 3
Rockville, Md. (Montgomery Co. Sch.)
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
MARCH 4
Skokie, Ill. (Niles Twp. H.S.)
Las Vegas, Nev. (Clark Co. Sch.)
Greenwich, Conn.
MARCH 5
Denver, Col.
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drink to enjoy it, not to get drunk;
more I'd say than was the case 10
or 15 years ago."
Despite the sharp rise in drug
use by college students, a recent
Gallup poll found that alcohol is
still more popular among students
than marijuana, LSD or stimu-
lants,
Beer, wine and hard liquor are
consumed by 60, 52, and 49 per
cent of college students respec-'
tively, according to the poll which
also held that drug users as a
group drink more, not less, than
drug abstainers.
Many University students feel
drinking is still more widespread
on campus than drug use but
many sfeel thatnmarijuanasusers
consume less alcohol than those
who do not take drugs.
"While drug users are probably
likely to also be drinkers," says
one-dorm resident, "the amount of
liquor consumed by them would
probably not match a similar
group of kids who only drink."
According to one connoisseur of
both liquor and marijuana, "there
are some students who both smoke
and drink, even doing them to-
gether." But, he adds, "they give
two different kinds of highs, and
therefore a true pothead isn't too
likely to find as much time for a
flask or bottle of beer."
Another dual indulger says, "it
used to be that drinking and using
grass were two completely differ-
ent kinds of activities. Smoking a
joint was more ethereal then, you
might say."
"But now that pot use is' so
widespread," he continues, "the
two are pretty much the same
thing in the social function they
perform."
However, despite student claims
that drinking is still popular,
liquor retailers are practically
unanimous in their belief that in-
creased drug use has adversely af-
fected their sales.
Legalization of marijuana would
further aggravate this trend, they
insist. However, one proprietor
quipped, "Hell, you can bet I'd
find some floor space for a hot
item like that."

The assertions in the article
were made by Lt. Earl M. Bricker,
now of Norman, Okla., and Lt.
Casey J. Sauers of Pasadena,
Calif. Both men are currently U.S.
Army Reserve Officers, the paper
said.
Bricker and Sauers charged in
the story that they brought the
alleged test cheating to the atten-
tion of superior officers at the
.Nike-Hercules battalion of the
Miami-Homestead Defense, head-
quartered at Homestead Air Force
Base, Fla. The battalion is a part
of the North American Air De-
fense Command (NORAD).
But Bricker and Sauers told the
Daily Oklahoman that despite
presentation of sworn official af-
fidavits and confidential tape re-
cordings to Homestead officials,
no thorough military investigation
has been made. The officers said
they first notified officials of the
alleged cheating on Jan. 10, 1969.
The story quotes the officers as
saying they decided to bring the
situation to public attention as a
matter of conscience, feeling that
national security is involved and
perhaps endangered.
The alleged cheating involved
written tests, Bricker and Sauers
said. The officers said the net
effect of the alleged test cheating
is that officers who perhaps are
not properly qualified are entrust-
ed with the power to fire nuclear
capable missiles in time of emer-
gency, according to the Daily
Oklahoman.
The Daily Oklahoman said the
two officers' fear, as expressed by
Bricker, is not that a missile could
be accidentally fired by an un-
qualified officer, but that "an un-
qualified officer might fail to be
able to react properly in case of
attack."
The newspaper said military
records show an investigation of
the situation was concluded in
'early July, 1970, but the "board
failed to call almost every officer
implicated, saying that they had
been reassigned to other duty
sites."

-Associated Press
Pensive change
Lord Fiske, chairman of Britain's Decimal Currency Board,
changes price tags bearing the old pounds and shillings (right)
for one reading in the new pence system at a London store.
Stores throughout the United Kingdom are preparing for today's
scrapping of Great Britain's 1,200-year-old currency system.
YEAR 2000:
Xperlment alms t0
simulate future life
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (R -A 56-hour experiment to demon-
strate what kind of conditions food shortages and over-
population might create in the year 2000 passed the halfway
mark yesterday with 43 of 48 volunteers remaining cramped
together in four small rooms.
The experiment wa§ organized by Charles Aylworth, 27,
a student at the University of Louisville seeking a doctorate
in psychology.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15
Special Resonance Seminar: R. Pack-
ard, U of Calif., Berkeley, Anomalous
Emission Spectrum of Solid Neon,"
P&A Colloq. Rm., 2 p.m.
Senate Assembly: Rackham Amph.,
3:15 p.m.
Program in American Culture Lec-
ture: Christopher Tunnard, "Prospects
for the Countryside," Aud. A., Angell
Hall, 4 p.m.
Engineering Mechanics Lecture: Dr.
E. Onat, Yale, "~Dynamics of Periodic
Layered Media," 311 W. Engin., 4 p.m.
Physics Seminar: H. Frisch, Lawrence
Radiation Lab., "KL Decay into Twc
Leptons," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 p.m.
Placement
3200 S.A.B.
Following companies will interview at
Placement Services; appointments may
be made beginning Feb. 15; come intc
the office or call ,764-7460. Make ap-
pointments early, schedules are filling
up fast!
MONDAY, FEB. 22
Boy Scouts of America
Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp.
American Oil-Standard Oil Div.
TUESDAY, FEB. 23
Deluxe Check Printers, Inc.
Marshall Field & Co.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24
U.S. Atomic Energy Comm.
Manufacturers Bank

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rooms providing 1,172 square
feet or about 25 square feet,
per person.
The lack of food combined with
social and physical stresses com-
bined to bring five "casualties"
during the first 24 hours of the
experiment.
There were some complaints'
among those remaining cramped
in the noisy, vacant storeroom less
than one block from Louisville's
principal d o w n t o w n shopping
street.
The dissatisfaction among the
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statementsion applications, and!
insubordination."
Ulmer said that the judgments
of the Personnel Committee, which
reviewed the decisions on firing,
were based on heresay.
At a press conference held Fri-
day, Ulmer said that since joining
the Model Cities staff in June, he

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