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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 22, 1970 ""

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Sunday, November 22, 1970

FOR STREET PEOPLE:
Free Clinic to open

U.S. bombers raid N.

Vietnam.

Uptight About Where to Eat Sunday?

in largest attacks since '68 halt

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unless the department chairmen
of the Medical Center are as-
sured of the educational value
of the clinic.
This, tney say, is impossible
until the chairmen receive more
information from the clinic's
organizers.
Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 2)
Recital: Eva Likova, soprano and Eu-.
gene Bossart, piano, Rackham Lecture
Hall, 8 ,P.M.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Physics Seminar: K. W. Chen, MSU,
A Test of Charge Independence in
Up Backward Scattering Below 600
MeV," rP&A Colloq., Rm., 4 p.m.
Public Health, Thpmas Francis, Jr,
Memorial Lecture : D. M. Horstmann,
M.D., Yale University, "Rubella: T he
Challenge of oCntrol," Sch. of Public
Health Aud., 4 p.m.
Junior High School Student Council:
Registration, Hill. Aud., 8:30 p.m. .
University Arts Chorale: Maynard
Klein,.conductor, Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
Opera: Puccini's "Madame Butter-
fly," Josef Blatt, conductor and Ralph
Herbert, stage director, Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre, 8 p.m.
EDUCATION
The following schools will s e n di
representatives to our office to inter-
view prospective teachers.'
We may receive some vacancies in
addition to those listed below. Please
stop in or call 764-7459 for information
concerning vacancies or to make ap-
pointmnents:
November 30:
Wyandotte, Mi.
Dec. 1:
Kalamazoo, Mi.
Lansing, Mi.
New Lothrop, Mi.
Dec. 2:
AlbiontMi.
Bloonield Hills, Mi.
Romulus, Mi.
Utica, Mi.
Waled Lake, Mi.
Dec. 3:
Dearborn Heights, Mi.
Detroit, Mi.
Grand Rapids, Mi.
Dec. 4:
Rochester, Mi.
Dec 7,
Milford, Mi.
Dec. 8
Grosse Pointe, Mi.
Dec. 9:
"Monroe. 'Mi.
Mountclemens, Mi.
Pontiac, Mi.
No, interviews will be held in our
office during final exams or Christ-
mas vacation, next interviews will be
held in January. Placement bulletin
will continue to be published every
two weeks. Contact the schools by
phone or letter and arrange interviews
at the schools.
COME TO
TOWN and COUNTRY
RESTAURANT
Fine Food
Chops, Steaks, is Shrimp
Soul Food 'Home Cooked
Open Pit Darbeque
-Open-
6 a.m. till 9 p.m.-Mon.-Thurs.
6 a.m. till 3 a.m.-Fri.-Sat.
8 a.m. till 7:30 p.m.-Sunday
730 NORTH MAIN.
Delivery and Catering
769-2330

But in any case, no action can
be taken for at least three weeks
because the Executive and Policy
Committee has no meetings
scheduled until then.
Financial help and equipment
for the clinic is being provided
by various interested persons,
groups from the community and
private. industry. The Wash-
tenaw County Health Depart-
ment has agreed to provide drugs
for the treatment of veneral dis-
ease, a pharmaceutical c o m -
pany and a hospital supply
manufacturer have pledged
donations of their products, and
a medical student honorary so-
ciety 'has offered a large cash
gift. But more aid is still badly
needed, -and appeals will be
made to come communoty or-
ganizations for contributions in
the future..
However, the city of Ann Ar-
bor and various other govern-
mental agencies have not been
approached for funds because
the clinic's founders believe
that soliciting funds from these
sources would only serve to
alienate the people the clinic is
intended to serve.
Twelve licensed doctors have
already offered to staff the 'clin-
ic. More are being sought, but
if the University does decide to
aid the clinic, residents and in-
terns from the University Med-
ical Center who now have tem-
porary licenses will be able to
practice at the clinic, thus eas-
ing the burden on the other
doctors.
Fte student bod
~'Genuine
''Authentic
~Navy
PEA COATS.

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they might be on their way to
suppress North Vietnamese ground
fire while helicopters moved in to
lift out U.S. pilots shot down in-
side North Vietnam.
The officials said they would
have to await detailed postbomb-1
ing reports - possibly unavailable
until Monday-berore making fur-
ther statements.
The U.S. Command bave no in-
dication of how many planes took
part in the raids. Witnesses at the
big northern .air base at Da Nangj
said scores of fighter-bombers
armed with bombs and rockets
took off from there.
At least 300 other jets were
within striking distance from'
bases in Thailand and on two U.S.
aircraft carriers in the Gulf of1
Tonkin. Only Friday one of the
carriers, the Hancock, steamed
into position after a voyage from
Alameda, Calif. The Hancock and
the second carrier, the Oriskany,
have a total of 150 planes.
The renewed bombing drew

critical comment from Capitol
Hill. Sen. Edmund S. Muskie (D-
Maine), said the attacks dimmed
peace prospects in Indo China.
The Viet Cong's Liberation radio
in South Vietnam said the North
Vietnamese general staff had
warned "that should the United
States continue to threaten the
security of North Vietnam, it will
be more severely punished by the
people in South as well as North
Vietnam."
Sources in Saigon interpreted
this as a threat of rocket attacks
against Saigon, other South Viet-
namese cities and U.S. installa-
tions.
The United States has insisted
that a halt to such attacks was
part of a U.S.-North Vietnamese
understanding that led to an end
of the bombing of the North.
Laird described as false Hanoi's
report that a prisoner of war
camp had been struck by bullets,
injuring a number of captured,
American pilots. Reports from
Hanoi had indicated that the

camp was locted north of Hanoi,
but no more specific location of
the camp was given.
Communist China said Sunday
the U.S. air strikes against North
Vietnam were "a serious sign" that
the United States plans to expand
the war in Indochina.
Peking's New C h i n a news
agency, in a broadcast monitored
in Tokyo, said U.S. raids Friday
and Saturday were "new acts of
aggression."
It described as "the height of
arrogance" U.S. Defense Secretary
Melvin Laird's statement that the
strikes were retaliatory raids for
Communist attacks on unarmed
U.S. reconnaissance planes.

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at prices STUDENTS CAN AFFORD
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761-3548 ia.m.-2 a.m.
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THE ROSICRUCIAN
COSMOCONCEPTION
Occult textbook for Western
World. Correlates religion and
science; explains world mystery;
describes invisible worlds, man
and method of evolution, genesis
and development of our solar sys-
tem, astrology as a true science,
.Christ and His mission. 703 pages.
Paperoid cover $3.00; cloth .$4.50.
-Write to: The Rosicrucian Fel-
lowship, P.O. Box 713, Oceanside,
Calif. 92054.

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ON THEFIRST DAY OF
CH RISTAAS . ..M
. my true love sent to me-a partridge in a pear tree." Un- 9
fortunately, it was already dead of DDT poisoning. If you're fed 1
- up with sweetness-and-light Christmas cards, if you're concerned
S about cleaning up some of the messes we've gotten ourselves into
-and if you want others to share your concern this Christmas,
send for some of our Christmas protest cards. You'll meet the
partridge-and five other designs protesting war, pollution and
other disgraces. Assorted box of 15 for $2.50; box of 35 DDT
cards for $5.00; box of 35 anti-war cards for $5.00. Enclose
35c per box for postage and handling-boxes sent by FIRST
CLASS mail.
PINETREE ENTERPRISES"
DEPT. 160; P.O. BOX 4269
SHREVEPORT, LA. 71104
mI

gits
December
Graduates
Q
Graduation
Annountcemenzts
ARE ON SALE AT THE
Information Desk-L S.A. Building
Petitioning now open for:
Cen tral Student Judiciary
8 Seats
Petitions and information available at
SGC offics (1st Floor SAB)
Petitions must be in before Sunday,
Nov. 22, at 5:00
WOMEN AND MEN OF ALL SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
ARE URGED TO APPLY

For the Student Body:
DENIM
FLARES
4.88
Regular $8.00 Quality
CHECKMATE
State Street at liberty
You'll Find
Beer Mugs Glass-
ware 0 Playing
Cards@ Bookends
Ash Trays 0 Sweat
Shirts 0 T-Shirts
Jackets i caps
Hats 0 Six Footers
Gloves * Blankets
Car "Robes
Banners
Pennants
RINGS AND
JEWELRY
FOLLES

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ATTENTION
Pre-Law Students
PLANNING TO TAKE DECEMBER 19th LSAT
CLASSES for the Law School Admission Test Review Course
Begin the Lost Week of November-At the times and places
listed below.
REGISTER NOW

$25
Sizes 34 to 46

CHECKMATE
State Street at liberty

The LSAT Review Course can im-
prove your score significantly. Fa-
miliarity with the LSAT can and
should improve the second of two
scores. Admission Officers realize
this fact and give second exam less
weight. The LSAT Review Course
is designed to place you in the
same position as if you had taken
the exam several times. It will

thoroughly and completely famili-
arize you with the LSAT so that
you can score higher without hav-
ing a previous score recorded. If
you have previously taken the
LSAT and plan. to take it again,
the course will help you to see
your areas of weakness and learn
from your own mistakes.

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COURSE IS BASED UPON MOST RECENT OCTOBER 1970 EXAM
WILL PUT YOU ON A SCHEDULE TO BE PREPARED PROPERLY
RIGHT UP UNTIL THE TIME OF THE EXAM

URI DAVIS

Teaches question, answering and
time saving techniques, verbal and
non-verbal reasoning, logic, read-
ing comprehension, legal reason-
ing and how to profit from your
own mistakes.

Promotes confidence and lessens
tension.
Avoid such pitfalls as reading into
questions, making false assump-
tions and second guessing.

Israeli Pacifist

INSURE THAT YOU ARE PROPERLY
PREPARED FOR THE LSAT
CLASSES FOR DECEMBER 19, 1970 EXAM

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Political Dissenter
VP, International League
for Rights of Man

SPEAKS ON:

Pacifism In srael
MON, NV. 30-8 p.m.
Natural Science Auditorium
Respondents:
PETER BLOOD, Quaker Peace Work-
er, and another .respondent to be
announced

DETROIT, MICHIGAN
McGREGOR MEMORIAL
WAYNE STATE CAMPUS
495 West Ferry
1. Tuesday, Dec. 1-7:00 p.m.
to 10:15 p.m.
2. Monday, Dec. 7-7:00 p.m.
to 10:15 p.m.
3. Thursday, Dec. 10-7:00
p.m. to 10:15 p.m.
4. Sgturday, Dec. 12-9:00
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
5. Saturday, Dec. 12-2:00
p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
CAMPUS INN
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN CAMPUS
615 Huron Street at State
1. Tuesday, Nov. 24-7:15
p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
2. Monday, Nov. 30-7:15
p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
3. Thursday, Dec. 3-7:15
a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
4. Saturday, Dec. 5-9:00
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
5. Saturday, Dec. 5-2:00 p.m.
to 3:30 p.m.

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Register at first class or by using the attached form
THE LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST REVIEW COURSE, INC.
384 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit, Michigan 48226
Phone: (313) 962-3050
NAME ---
ADDRESS__ _ _--
PHONE NO.
Please enroll me for class located at
starting on

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SPONSORED BY:

SHALOM HOUSE (Hillel) and GUILD HOUSE

QCheck for 0~ Check for $10 enclosed. Balance to
$60 enclosed. be paid on or prior to first class.
Registration Fee-$60.00

Q Please provide
me with
further
information.

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NEW DIRECTIONS
IN ,
EDUCATION

The Students for Educational Innovation have
tried to develop a small, closely-knit group of
students who could move quickly as a pressure
group on new issues s well as to try to open
more lines of communication with the faculty
and administration and introduce them to a
variety of innovative approaches to learning.

WANTED
creative and committed students TO FORM:
a group to work as a team/ family/ coopera-
tive/community-to bring about educational
reform within the School of Education as
members of SEI's executive council
Options: only as limited as your head
Resources: office, staff, supplies, budget

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The promotion of education change within INFORMATIONAL MEETING
f you are interested in trying to re-
the. School of Education through effective December 1,:30 pm form education in this country, your
st ud e n t participation in decision-making tprospective school system, or even in a

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