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March 18, 1975 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN GAILY

Pac~e Eigt THE MICIGA AL

Undergraduate Political Science Assoc.
GENERAL MEETING
Tuesday, March 18
7:30 p.m.
6602 Haven Hall
Sr. Officers 7
LEADERSHIP SEARCH
accepting applications for
ASSISTANT P. R. VICE-PRESIDENT.
and
COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS to head
Future Worlds Special Events
Musket Mediatrics
Soph Show UAC Travel
Children's Theater ,tAffairs
Artists & Craftsmen Guild
Applications Available at
UAC Office, 2nd floor Michigan Union
DEADLINE MARCH 21

Slugger Hank Aaron visits
Shea Stadium in New York for
the first time as an American
Leaguer in 1975 on April 25
when the Milwaukee Brewers
face the Yankees.

if
you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

Newspaper
names new
business
managers
(Continued from Page 1)
The Daily Business Staff, Rob
Cerra is the guy to see. As
Operations Manager, he's in
charge of personnel and super-
vising the daily functions of the
various business staff depart-
ments.
Beth Friedman, the new Sales
Manager is a sophomore ad-
vertising major from Franklin,
Michigan. She oversees the am-
bitious sales people.
Dave Piontkowsky rounds out
the senior staff as Display
Manager. Dave's important task
involves the Daily's main source
of revenue-display advertising.
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Tuesday, March 18, 1975
Women's conference
to open in Rackham
By NORMA POMERANTZ
The University Center for Continuing Education of Women
(CCEW) is conducting its second New Research on Women con-
ference tomorrow in Rackham to encourage more studies in this
relatively new field.
"There are three purposes to this conference," explained
Dorothy McGuigan, conference coordinator. "They are to provide
a showcase for excellent research done here at the University, to
bring together scholars from the University and the surrounding
area with common interests to exchange their views and to en-
courage funding of first-class projects dealing with women."
MORE THAN 50 University scholars will present recent re-
search in 15 interdisciplinary areas such as the Psychology of
Women, Women in History and Male Roles and the Male Experi-
>tence.
Last year's conference, attended by more than 100 people,
proved the study of women to be more than just a passing fad
Because of the growing acceptance of research on women,
CCEW has been able to expand the scope of the conference to
include discussion on new perspectives concerning male and fe
><; >: male sex roles.
^ 0ht "A few years ago, it was a dubious area to research-why
women?" stated McGuigan. "It's much more widely accepted
hrough a now."

LOOK FOR
THIS SYMBOL
it could be your opportunity
to be part of the most exciting
assemblage of people in history

Rescue cutter
The Acacia, a U.S. Coast Guard cutter, breaks t
field of ice in the St. Clair River north of Algonac,T
Its job is to clear a path so that ferry service ma
between Roberts Landing and Canada.

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CLIFF KEUTER DANCE COMPANY
New Theatre in Dance. "Keuter is a Dancer of Real
Strength, Surprising Tenderness and Puck.ish Hitmor."
NY TMES
THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS
Founders Society Concert Series: Edith J, Freeman, Chairman
AUDITORIUM, FRI., MAR. 21, 8:30 P.M.
Art Institute Ticket Office (832-2730),
All Hudson's $7, $6, $5

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Clericals,
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contract
progress
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(Continued from Page 1)
Jim claimed he was wearing a
green jacket and matching
pants because "they are the
only clean things I have."
A beige miniature poodle was
seen running across Maynard
St. with green ribbons on each
ear. The dog followed its mas-
ter closely, and he was green
from vants to hat.
THE BARS - a traditional
Irish pursuit - scarcely noticed
the existence of the holiday, al-
though The Village Bell sold
green beer while Dooley's Bar,
an Irish named-pub, served it
only on request, almost as an
afterthought.
The Golden Falcon, however,
featured a St. Patrick's Day
special with music by "Rakish
Paddy," a group straight from
Belfast, Ireland.
An occasional Michigan Bell
telephone operator greeted cus-
tomers with "Happy St. Pat-
ricks Day, may I help you?"
All in all, things were pretty
quiet yesterday, maybe 't's the

recession. Let's hope It's not
the luck of the Irish.

The conference is free and open to the, public. Presentation'
from it will be published in book form later this year.
St. Patrick's Day
passes city quietly

Crush
all smokes
dead out.

PUT YOUR LEGAL
KNOWLEDGE TO WORK
. . HELP REORGANIZE THE STUDENT
LEGAL ADVOCATE PROGRAM
Interested? Drop by the SGC offices, 3rd floor
Michigan Union, to sign up for an interview on
Friday, March 21, and pick up an application.
More information is available.

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miay not be
what gou had
in mind...
MICHIGAN UNION BARBERF

TUESDAY, MARCH 18
MICHIGAN LEAGUE- 10:00-4:00
Conference Room D - Third Floor (take elevator)
In the FISHBOWL - 10:00 - 4:00
at HILLEL - 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.
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FOR YOUR DOUGH!
Every Pizza Ordered
Tues., Mar. 18
Will Receive Extra

Cheese at

No Extra Cost

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