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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 12, 191

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 12, 191:

McCarthy,
Harris to
run in '76
(Continued from Page 1)
these in a candidate's plat
form."
McCarthy, who now teawth
at a New York college, said hE
expects to form a power bas4
around t h e "Committee foi
the Constitutional Presidency,"
which he heads.
McCarthy said he will touri
backing from people who :e~
ject simple answers to natioia.
problems. He said he will con~
centrate on college campus.
for support.
McCarthy, whose college sip
port in the previous decade co
stituted the famed "Children'
Crusade," called the left win
of the Democratic party a "hi
torical remnant" of the 1930'
and 1940'x.
H a r r i s, Oklahoma's Dem
cratic senator from 1964 t
1972, told a hundred snpporte
in Concord, N.H., that he wool
again seek the Democratic no
ination for the- presidency.
Harris campaigned briefly fo
the nation's top office in 1972.
"I'm interested in ch angin
this country and returning it 'i
popular control," Harris told hi
supporters.

Say the secret word
A sea of faces looking vaguely like Groucho Marx ham it up for the camera as contestants in
a Groucho look alike contest prepare to audition, in Boston yesterday. The contest was held
by a local television station to promote old Gro ucho movies.

Harris called for $20 to. $2
men because the Universkty's billion in tax cuts for Anierr
dance department I1 o e s niot cans, but said that taxes , houl
cater to these needs of mile be increased for "the Nelso
dancers. Rockefellers and J. P a u
And even Bergmann admits Gettys."
the presence of males in the Harris also called for an at
department has not affecceJ her
curriculum. tack on big business, the rich
-and on "privilege."
MEARS ALSO sugg:3,ts an ' Piieeisteise
"active effort to get males to "rvlgeiIh ise
participate where the~y should." reevents full employment an
"It's not just teacning,' hie fair taxes. It drives vp~ price
Isays. "It's getting men in,,o the and corrupts democracy,' Ha
program. The graduate depart- ris said.
ment has yet to graduiate a
man. Isn't that a hit strange)" THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Mearsbecae in~re j inVolume LXXXV, No. 85
Mear beame ntae "e in Sunday, January 12, 1975
dance at the age of 1a wh le I is edited and managed by studen
attending Eastern Mi,-hlgan Uni- at the Untversity of Michigan. Na
versity. He points oatt that miost} phone 764-0562. second class posts
males start dance laee be;aise paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 4810
Puiblished d a i l y Tuesday throng
of "<social pressure and rciec-j Sunday mnrntng during the Unive
tion by parents who are not sitv year at 420 Maynard street, An
willing to finance a Jairne e u- Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subacripti
Catin fo ther sns. or teirrates: $10 by carrier (campus area
cationfor teir sos. Fo their cal mail (Michigan and Ohio
daughters, it's fine, buit not for s12 non-local mail (other states a
their sonts." foreten).
MEAR WOUD lke ' ~".ns- Sumnmer session published Tn.
MEAR WOLD ife .o ns-day through Saturday mnornin
fer out of the Mast-er of Ilan~el Subscription rates: $5.50 by earrn
Edifcation program into the (campus area): 86(10 local ma
Fine Arts program, oast toffs (Michigan and Ohio); .$6.50 no
would mean -another ve~r av the-
Tliiversity, and he is finable toj Chiang Tse-tunig of China h
finance an ot he r year. The the fastest smash in table to
teaching fellowship and s-holar- nis, estimated at more tlm
ships he had anticipawed did rot miles an hour.
materialize:
In fact, Michael Miers clogs Blood is hiiman living tis
not even know how hle will be composed of' cellular elemen
able to pay for this term's ex- susnended in a watery flu
penses. {{ clled plasma.
j DAILY OFFICIAL BI'LETIN

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Sunday, January 12 Career Planning and Placement
Day Calendar 3200 SAB, 764-7460
TV Ctr.: Two Women: Twenty~ Registration meetings Wed., Jai
Years, W WJ- TV, channel 4, noon. 15 -- Thurs., Jan. 16 League; Con
WUOM: Dimensions of Religious! Ims. 4 & 5 at 12, 1, 2, 3, & 4 pm.
Experience, Gary Kessler, Cal. State ' Interviews on Campus: Jan. 1
U., "Occult Metaphysics in the 17. 1975--Harvard/JF'K Sch. of Gov
Western Tradition," 12:55 pm. Public Policy Prog.: phone 4-7456 V
I. M. Sports: Family recreation, appt. Polar Region Research ,o
State. Hoover, 1:30-5 :30 pm. Cosmic Ray for 1 yr. with Swartl.
Musical Society: Marceau, panto- more Coll. prog.; need strong bacl
mimist, Power, 3 pm. ground in physics, astron., or elec
Planetarium: Astronomy slides/ eng. as part of BA; begins Augum
lecture / discussion, Exhibit Mu- 1975; Apply: Dir., Bartol Researc
ML setim, 3 pm. Foundation, Swarthmore, PA 1908
Music School: Mardy Medders, Conn. Coll. offers grad. fellowshil
soprano, Recital Hall, 8 pm. tip to $3500 in 13 depts & researc
Monday, January 13 asst. In psych, up to $4900; writ
law classes begin.' Dir of Grad Studies, Conn. Col
WUOM: "Survey of Electronic Mu- New London, CT 06320. MA in Pu
sic," interview with John Appleton, lic Policy, 2 terms & internshi
Dartmouth, conducted by Mary write Claremont Grad. S0h., Clar
Rosculu, WOSU, 10 am. mont. CA 91711. Geol. grad. teac
CREES: Raymundas Rayatskas, Ing asts., $3150 stipend:. Oklaho
Vilnius Univ., "Directions for Fur- State U. Stillwater, OK 74074. U.
ther Development of Soviet Eco- Arizona offers financial aid
nomics Planning," Commons Rin., grad. student in 16 depts.; writ
Lane Hall, noon.. Dean of Grad. Coll., Tucson,A
Music School: Trumpet Clinic, 85721; also openings for residewt
with Walter Chestnut, Cady Music hail Heads, stipend $1650-$3000 p1
Rm., 2 pm; Nancy Strom, soprano, apt. Glamour Mag.'s Top Ten C
Recital Hal, 8 m, lege Women Contest 1975: winn
Physics: B. Wickland, "Polariia- receive media recognition;, trip
tion Effects in Inelastic NN Interac- N.Y. in June $500 cash prize & gif
tions and in np Elastic Scattering, entry blank available at CP&
Measured with the ZGS Polarized appl. deadline 2/15/75.
Proton Beam," 2038 Randall Lab, 4 ,Sme lcmn
pComputing Ctr., CCS: Films, 3204 SAB, 763-4117
® Basic Use of the IBM 029 Keypusch, Camp Tamarack, Detroit Frw'
1084 E. Eng.; Advanced Use of the Air Society: interview Fri. Jan. 1
IBM 029 Keypunch, 1024 E. Eng.; 9-5; variety of positions open; rej
Use of the Teletype in MTS, 1500 E., ister by phone or in person. Summ
Eng., shown continuously, 7-10 pm. Fed. Serv. Exam: final "Exam.
UAC Future Worlds: Werner Von Feb; deadline appl. Jan. 17; f
Braun, "Future Application of Space applying thru Gradepoint Avers
Technology," Hill Aud., 8 pm. Feb. 28. Brookhaven Natl L
IFriends of Clonclara: Folksing? New York: student training pr
benefit, traditional Irish, music, gram for undergrads in appi mat
Schorlinig Aud., SEB, 8 pm. physical & life sciences and engt

classroom instruction in.
electronic music
the musinc
studio
b.t-,1 I , ~r~~nn~nnL ^irn

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SOCIETY
ANNOUNCES
"YEOMEN OF THE GUARD"
MASS MEETING
Sunday, Jan 19--8:00 p.m.
Henderson Room, Michigan League
Where are your interest? On stoge? In the Orchestra?
Backstaqie? Behind the Scenes? Come to the moss
meetincg and learn how you can help!
RED UCED RA TES all this week

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his life.

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often other young people.
Take ten minutes. Or twenty.
Or an hour. Drive your friend
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