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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 17, 1970

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thu rsday, September 17, 1970

Agnew heckled while
speaking in Saginmaw,

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ORGANIZATION DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 1)
"I've listened to your four letter
arguments, and I am not persuad-
ed " Agnew said. " You people
out there preach a lot about dis-
sent, but you're afraid of a t h e r
points of view because you don't
have the strength of your own
convictions."
It was the first such outburst of,
heckling Agnew had encountered
in this current six-state campaign
swing. Another knot of demonstra-
tors jeered from among a crowd
of more than 400 people as Ag-
new arrived in Grand Rapids, his
final stop.
- Nixon described as a "cancerous
disease" the nation's spreading in-'
cidents of bombings, attacks on
policemen, campus violence and
aircraft hijacks in his K a n s a s
speech.
A standing-room, crowd esti-
mated at 15,000, mainly students
and faculty, jammed Ahearn
Fieldhouse at Kansas State Uni-'
dhersity and gave Nixon athunder-
ous reception, and long ovations
at various points. A small num-

ber of local officials and o t h e r
dignitaries also were present.
About 40 or 50 hecklers in the
balcony, mainly . young people,{
shouting "End the war!" cat-
calls and a few obscenities, were
overwhelmed by ringing' applause.
"We must take an uncomprom-
ising stand against those who re-
ject the xrules of civilized conduct
and of respect for others - those
who would destroy what is right
in our society and whose actions
would do nothing to right what is
wrong," Nixon told his campus
audience.
Nixon also warned that quality
education is threatened by ter-
rorizing assaults of "small bands
of destructionists that have been
allowed to impose their own rules
of arbitrary force."
He said, "It is time for respon-
sible university and college ad-
ministrators, faculty and student
leaders to stand up and be count-
ed. Only they can save higher edu-
cation in America. It cannot be
saved by government."

NOTICES
Zero Population Growth - Ann Ar-
bor will have a meeting on Wed., Sept.
23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Social Hall of
the Unitarian Church (1917 Washtenaw
Ave.) Dr. Wood from the Ass. for
Voluntary Sterilizatidn will speak and
action projetes will be further planned.
* * * *

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN fo rn to
Room 3528 L. S. A. Bldg., before
2 p.m., of the day preceding pub-
lication, and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. Items ap-
pear once only. Student organiza-
tion notices are not accepted for
publication. For more information,
phone 764-9270.
E' Tg~URSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

'The Populist Party presents a mass
meeting for Don Koster, Democratic
candidate for state legislature, Thurs-
day, September 17 at 7:30 in the SAB.y
Christian Science Organization meet-
ing. Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m. 3545 SAB.
Gay Liberation Front, Thurs., Sept.
17, 8:30 p.m. Assembly Hall, South
Basement, Union, Mass Meeting.
1* * * *
Attention: Student Organizations!
The Student Government Couhcil Re-
gulations Concerning Student Organi-
zations stipulates thatater organization
must register their organization with-
in the first three weeks of the term
to maintain recognition status. You
can register your organization in 1011
Student Activities Building by Sept.
25, 1970. Phone: 764-7416.
* * * *
University of Michigan Flyers. Pri-
vate Pilot Ground School 7 p.m. Mon-
day, Sept. 21,' 3080 East Engin. The
Complete Course to Pass the FAA
Written, Exam. For more information
contact: Dave Fradin, 764-6665 or Mark
Wagner, 764-1706.

for student who reduces hours of
course credit.
History Make-up Exam: Sat., Sept.
19, 10-12 a.m., rm. 429 Mason Hall.
Please 'consult your instructor, then
sign list in Hist. Office, 3601 Haven
Hall.
Foreign Visitors
Mr. A. Leggesse, Wildlife Cons. De-
partment. Ethiopia, can be reached
through Foreign Visitors Division, Rms.
22-24, Mich. Union. (764-2148), Sept.
17-19.
Placement Service
3200 S.A.B.
Attention December and S p r i n g
Gyaduates: deadline for National Se.
curity Agency applications. Deadline
next week, must be received in Calif.
by Sept. 30 for only test given all year.
Put application in the mail next week,
booklet and form at Career Planning,
3200 S.A.B., liberal arts area majors
must take test given on Oct. 10, math
and engineering area students may ap-
ply without taking test.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

APPLICATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN
FOR
Two Student Government Council vacancies
(MEMBER-AT-LARGE SEATS)
All five student positions on the Office
of Student Services Policy Board
Two Vacancies on the Bookstore Policy Board
('U' STORE BOARD OF DIRECTORS)
Fill Out Applications and SIGN UP FOR
INTERVIEWS at 1546 Student Activities Bldg.
Students from all schools and colleges, graduates and undergraduates are
urged to apply.

.

jDay Calenda r
Duo Concertante: Angel Reyes, violinl
and Joseph Banowetz, piano, Rackham
Lecture Hall, 8 p.m.;
General Notices
Attention Students: Sept. 18 (4:00j
p.m.). last date for the Fall Tem whenj
Registrar's Office will: 1) accept stu-;,
dent 100 per cent Withdrawal, Notice
for refund purposes, 2) allow refund

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