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'Friday, t-ebruory t, m

THE M1CHIGI N DAILY

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BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
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Year Program or Fall Term only/
Also open to qualified students for
the Spring Term only.
Juniors and Seniors eligible.
Earn 16 credits per semester.
Financial aid available.
Application Deadlines: MARCH 15 for Fall & Year
NOVEMBER 1st for Spring

The Pointed Mountain gas
field in the Northwest Terri-
tories is the sole producing gas
well in the Canadian North.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY I
Volume LXXXV, No. 113
Friday, February 14, 1975
Is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. Newsj
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106,
Published d a i Isy Tuesday through
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Arbor. Michigan 48104. Subscription

U' stalls GEO talks'
on payraise issue

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SGC sets registration site

By KATE SPELMAN needed to
Students Government Council Executive
announced last night that as of cated last
twt Alln

win the position of was qualified for the executive
Vice President va- I vice presidency because, unlike
week by Reddix Al- Faye, he has had no connec-
umedthe SGs(C tions with University affairs

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(continued friagPaobbe) the ApriltCityewidenelectons at presidency following the resig- outside of SGC. "I have no ties,
Iotne rrrg1 h Da oPeietRbe the April City wide elections at p i nain oyCarl Sandberg. i and no enemies," he said.
of the Black United Front, a Fleming s house on South Urn- the SGC offices in the Union. f
coalition of almost all black or- versity, then on to the Admn~ Deputy C nati He expressed the conviction
ganizations noclud- istration Building. They willthe SGC offices from 10-12, and FAYE HAD campaigned on that he would be able to mo-
ing BAM II (Black Action then disperse to the picket 2-4 p.m. weekdays to handle the his participation and achieve- bilize studentes to act on cur-
Movement),I lines before the start of the registration. ments in University affairs over rent issues, and to make Council
11:00 p.m. classes. the past three years. He cited a generally more effective body.
The new registration place in the fact that he has introduced
A RALLY open to all stu- Originally planned by the Un- the SGC offices is the only on- "107 motions before Council, a Further Council a c t 1o n in-
dents is planned today at 12:00 dergraduate Student Brigade campus registration site. It's ap- new record, I believe." He also j cluded first readings from a mo-
* on the Diag. The demonstration several days ago, the meeting proval was followed by the pointed to his involvement in {tion by the Michigan Gargoyle
is being held to protest the gained the support of under- passage of another motion to the exposure of questionable ac- requesting financial subsidy to
University's position at the bar- graduate committees and final- send out letters to each Uni- tions by former President LeeI distribute their magazine free
gaining table and its allegedly ly the GEO late yesterday. versity student encouraging reg- Gill. of charge, and one from the
unfair treatment of graduate From 400 to 500 students, istration for the April election. He claimed that his leader- Indochina Peace Campaign re-
employes. mostly undergraduates, gath- In other action, neither David ship in the Gill affair saved questing $500 "to help force the
Gordon expects "well over ered in the South Cafeteria of Faye nor Calvin Lucker could Council thousands of dollars. United States to honor the 1973
1,000" students to attend the East Quad last night for a muster the two thirds majority Lucker had asserted that he Paris Peace Agreement.
protest, where various leaders s t r i k e information meeting.-_
from the union and undergradu- Geo and undergraduate leaders
ate support groups will speak. attanswerdthqueadinstrationintu d en t s "mer"®i-Po
The groupreplansstoomove#from
The group plans to miovefrom The group elected four under-
graduates, including two mem- (Continued from Page 1) However, leaving Ann Arbor "My parents can't do it.
bers of the Residential College reer - related summer work. to job hunt probably improves They've got four other depen-
to act as a liaison committee Sometimes non - academic a person's chances of success. dents besides me," he explais.
R f to the GEO leadership for coor- skills will get you farther how- "I HOPE I can get my job "But I think I can get a job-
dination of strike activities. ever. A very limited demand back," worries one sophomore. some Kid of a JOD.
ces - - - - - - - exists for railroad workers "I was a machinist and it was And the woman behind the
1 and talented clowns. I d ob. I finished two nov- 1
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Queen Victoria's reign, from tu aciu ,-A
1837 to 1901, was longer than One person, with a few thous-
and dollars to spare, took pilot
that of any other English ruler. lessons and is planning to teach
In addition to being Queen of flying this summer - for ten
England, she was Queen of Ire- bucks an hour.

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WHILE CAREER planning
and placement deals only with
jobs outside Ann Arbor, private
local agencies specialize in
placing office workers.
University Temporary Em-
ployment hires summer-office,
janitorial and grounds workers,
in addition to posting openings
for jobs outside the school.

els a week twrk he says desk at
How did he get it? placeme
"Connections," he answers. students
While having marketable
skills helps, finding work this
summer will probably depend!
more than ever on "who" you
know.
Jeff, like many others, doesn't
know too many of the right
people. But the feeling of,
'something - will - turn - up -
if - I - look - hard - enough,"
is prevalent.
"If nothing else I think I
could get a job at the court-
house," comments one small
town woman.
"IT'S JUST going around in a
circle." says Jeff, who couldn't
get financial aid because his
family's income is $480 overr
the limit.
"So I tried to make it
through the year as an indepen-
dent, but couldn't make it," he
says.

of
you
see
news
happen
call

t career planning and
ent sighs, "If only more
knew how to type."

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that lead to management. Our policy is to
stimulate leadership potential. To encourage
personal creativity. To recognize and reward
individual achievement. And to promote from
within
A Caroill representative will be interviewinq on
campus February 26. Check with the placement
office now for the dates and location. Look
into leadership!
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