Sunday, March 14, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Learn Russian in CnB t-nuedP
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICES
7 212 S.A.B.
The Departmnent of Slavic Languages may offer Interviews for appointments and de-
ktails stop in or call 764-7460.
intensive first-year Russian during the sitin ner March 15, Camp Maplehurst, Mich.,
coed, interviewing from 9 to 5; general
half-term (June 30 to August 19th) if there Zs couns., spec. in scuba, sailing, riding.
Tuesday, March 16, Camp Dunmore,
sufficient interest. Classes will -meet 10-12, 1-3 girls, Vt., 11-3:30; spec. in waterfront
(WSI), sailing, tennis, cripping, canoe-
five days a week.. Eight hours credit. Material cov- ing. Age 20 or over.
Wed., March 17, Good Humor Co.,.
ered is equivalent to Russian 10 1 and 102. Call the Detroit, good pay; gobs not only in
Detroit but major cities throughout the
department (764-5355) and provide name and country.
eoFriday, March 19, Camp Conestoga,
phone before March 30 if interested. boys, Ohio, interview from 10-5. Gen-
eral couns. (must be ablie to teach a
sport), registered nurse, spec. in rif-
lery, archery, baseball, ham radio, song
leader, WSI instructors, arts and crafts.
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future d iscussed
The following schools will s e n d
representatives to our office to inter-
view prospective teachers for 1971-72
school year, Appts. can be made
through the Education receptionist in
our office, or by calling 764-7459 dur-
ing business hours. Appts.1willbe made
starting Mon. morning, Mar. 15:
Mar. 22: Romeo, Mi. Royal Oak, Mi.,
Mar. 23, Roseville, Mi., Detroit, M.:
Mar. 24, Livonia, Mi., Baldwin, Mi.;
Mar. 25. Winchester, Mass., East De-
troit. Stamford, Conn., Troy, Mi.; Mar.
26, Cleveland, Ohio (Orange L o c a l
Sch. Dist.). Arlington Heights; fll.
(NW Suburban Spec. Ed.), Kanka-
kee, Ill. (Kankakee Spec. Ed. Coop.),
UM Graduate Outing Cub, every Sun-
day, rain or shine, 1:30 p.m., meet at
Huron Street side of Rackham where
cars will leave for an afternoon of hik-
ing. Dinner is optional after the hike.
UM Folk Dance Club, every Friday,
7:30-11 p.m., Barbour Gym. Teaching
7:30 - 9:00. Open to everyone. For fur-
ther information call Nancy Johnston,
769-3164 after 5:00 p.m.
WOMEN - New Counseling Service -
Coordinating grads and professionals to
talk to undergrads. Call Barb Kurtz at
662-4431, ext. 336, or see her in Rm.
336, Michigan Union. Messages can be
left with the secretary, too.,
Not settled on Fall Hous-
ing: LOOK AT BAITS
Open House, Sunday 14
March, Eaton lounge
(Baits 1) Noon-3 p.m.
By GENE ROBINSON plained the plan involves the for- These vehicles, he reported,
Proposed u r b a n development.mation of a twin city to Detroit would travel at speeds of 250 m.p.h.
plans for the Detroit metropolitan just south of Port Huron, and a or better, and would mainly con-'
area in the year 2440 were discuss- complete renovation of Detroit it- nect large urban areas.
self, in addition to the formation For travel within the metropoli-
ed in a seminar on campus yester-
day. of several other new satellite cities. tan area, Clark explained that the
Clark said that, if left unchecked UDA had investigated a prcposal
The seminar was organized by a the Detroit metropolitan area by Ford Motor Company t D build a
black political seminar, one of sev- would expand to encompass Toledo, system of transportation based on
eral in the city composed mainly north to Port Huron, and west to slightly-modified cars.
of black graduate students and Battle Creek. The automobiles would be at-'
professorstached to a rail-like syst and
Thomas Moorehead, Grad, co- Clark also reported that south- taced to ahra-e s tui ar
ordinator of the seminar, said that eastern Michigan is the hub of - h s
the major purpose of the meeting several spreading megalopolises,
was to discuss the relevance of the adding further to the problems of jl
urban plan to the needs of the black the area. i u b an s si
community. The meeting was at- Clark said that a major factor
tended by about 75 persons. in the haphazard development of UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. () -
Dr. James McCormick, vice the Detroit area has been the trans- Sixteen anti-Castro Cubans invaded
president for educational affairs portation routes, radiating from theem t-Cambr ofeun.Svae-
of Detroit Edison reported that a the center of the city like spokes. curity Council yesterday and
study had been conducted by the
Urban Detroit A r e a research He said that Doxiadis includes chained themselves to the confer-
group (UDA) and that plans for the a plan to re-order the main routes ence table, demanding human
Detroit area in the year 2000 had of Detroit, as well asa plan for rights for political prisoners in
been drawn up by the firm of Con- several national transportation cor- Cuba.
stantinos Doxiadis, noted Greek ridors to alleviate the strain placed After a 21% hour sit-in, blue-uni-
planner. on existing routes. formed U.N. guards moved in, cut-
He said that the proposed plans He added that the Doxiadis plan ting the chains and dragging or
for the city include not only the for transportation provides a sys- carrying the protesters from the
city of Detroit itself, but the entire tem of rapid ground vehicles simi- chamber.
area, including Ann Arbor. lar to trains to lessen the burden The demonstrators - 14 young
Burdell Clark, administrative on existing facilities, which would men and two young women - cried,
director of the UDA project, ex- be obsolete by the year 2000. "Freedom for Cuba" and "You're.
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puters, contained within the cars.
Clark said that this system could
be built with existing technology,
and would not take up any land
not already being used.
In response to a question from
the floor concerning the social as-
pects of the problem, McCormick
said that they were working from
that angle, but that a private cor-
poration could not deal with the
entire Detroit problem singlehand-
t-in at UN
just like the Nazis" as they were
The Cubans had told the guards
they belonged to an organization
called Abdala and were protesting
the detention of "40,000 political
prisoners" in Cuba under the Com-
munist regime of Premier Fidel
They had joined a guided tour
of the United Nations but when the
group arrived at the public gallery
of the Security Council chamber
they climbed over a barrier and
ran to the big, horseshoe-shaped
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