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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 21, 1975

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JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!
Camp Tamarack, the Detroit Jewish Community's residen-
tial camp, still has a few summer positions for male
counselors, kitchen assistants, village supervisors, bus
driver and experienced WSI.
Our recruiters will be interviewing for these
jobs on campus on Tuesday, March 25th from
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Applications may be picked up and interviews arranged at
the Summer Plocement Office in the Student Activities
Bldq.

GRADUATING NURSES

Friday, March 21 Colloq. Rm., 4 pm. Chem. Eng., Carnegie - Mellon U.,
Day Calendar Int'l Ctr.: World's Fair, N. Cam- Pittsburgh, PA 15213; appl. available
WUOM: Fred Calland, NPR, "The pus Commons, 6 pm-midnight. at CP&P.
Detective As a Record Hunter-Or Int'l Div., I. M. Sports: Badmin- Fellowships for grad study in Jew-
Ellery Queen Never Had It So ton, volleyball, tennis, jogging, Bar- ish Educ. $2,000-$5,000; apps. dead-
Good," 10 am. bour, Waterman Gym, 7:30-10:30 line soon; write: Inst. for Jewish
CCS: B. Herzog, "Surfaces in In- Pm,. Life. 315 Park Ave., South NYC.
dustrial Design," 2050 Frieze, 10 am. UAC Musket: Guys and Dolls, 10010.
Regents' Meeting: Regents' Rm., Power, 8 pm. Counseling Psychology traineeship1
11 am. Michifish: IMProverbization, Mar- available at VA Hosp., W. Haven,
Educational Media Ctr.: The Year garet Bell Pool, 8:15 pm. Study Oceanograh at sea for 7
of theCommunes, Schorling Aud., Int'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym, wks. & shore; 6 weeks at Marine
UM-Dearborn: Ian SmithNat'lmBiological Lab, Woods Hole, MA. 16
Research Council of Canada, Otta- Career Planning & Placement hrs. credit transferable from Boston
"Concil C s t-3200 SAB, 764-7460 U.. write Sea, 3 School St., BostonN
i logical Molecules by nM 138 Scholarship of $3000 for graduate 02108.-
Classrm. Admin. Bldg., Dearborn, 8study "in Library SAt at Northern Mass Media Tst. June 23-Aug. 16
Clsrm din lg. erbrIll. U. Deadline April 15. Write for . tudents with 2 yrs. college or
3:30 pm. Dept. of :ib. Sci., Northern Illinois more; incl. fim production, broad-S
Botany: Deborah Rabinowitz, U. Univ., DeKalb, Ill 60115. cast news, TV. & journalism workc-r
of Chicago, "Habitat Separation Women & Minorities wih Chem. shops: writ eDept. of Communica-
Among Mangroves In Panama," B's degree especially encouraged to tion, Stanford U., Stanford, CA.,
Lec. Rm. 2, MLB, 4 pm. apply for new prog. in Chem Eng. at, 94305.
Astronomy: Alan Solinger, MIT, Carnegie-Mellon U.; 14 mos. long. Grad. study in Earth Sciences, U.
"M82: The Archetypal Exploding $325/mo. stipend, free tuition; Write of New Hampshire., geol., oceanog.,
Galaxie Is Not Exploding," P&A New Alternatives Program, Dept. of etc., $3,000 stipends & tuition waiv-
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of Earth Sci., U. of N.H., Durham,
N.H. 03324.
Summer Placement
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Camp Tamarack. Det. Fresh Aire
Society, MI.: interview Tues., Mar.1
d c l25 9-5; opnng ncl. counselors
-), kitchen as sts., bus driver, vil-
lage supvs. (21), waterf. supv.,
Tota l N u (21) <Camp Hilltop, 14I. Coed: inter-S
x. view Thurs ar. 27 1-5;eings
incl. specialists in archery, riflery,
g is also an integral oart sailing atre, canoeing, waterfront,
drama sports-.
. . . and built-in to Camp Happy Hollow, MI. Handi-t
capped:interview Fri., Mar. 28 10-
of the new R.N.4; openings incl. cabin counselors,b
cep t. . . patient specialists in waterfront, nature,
rovide com- music, arts/crafts.
zes the unit Camp Holiday, MI. Girls: inter- '
wd delivered view Mon. Mar. 31 10-4. openings:
secretaries ~~~~asstprog dir.. 21. waterfront 21 andg
scti asst.. infirmary, 19 plus.-
duting R.N. TWA Airlines, Kansas: interview
hlaigRN Mon./Tues. Mar, 24/25; briefingsG
programs every hour 10 am-7
ke to Lounge, union; stewards, steward-
nd esses; 20 plus; go direct.
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SGC h
on imp
By KATE SPELMAN
With nearly $2,000 waiting to'
be disbursed,Student Govern-
ment Council President Reddix
Allen last night again refused
to thaw the freeze he has put
on all SGC funds.
Also at the meeting Council
voted to remove the body's Co-
ordinating Vice President, Da-
vid Faye, and Administrative
Vice President Jim Glickman,
and allocated $300 dollars to the
Fifth Estate.
ALLEN took office last Jan-
uary and one of his first moves
was to freeze all SGC funds. He
cited that he needed time to
become convinced of the sol-
vency of SGC's finances.
Now, almost two months lat-!
er, Allen still refuses to release
the impounded funds.
When asked last night when
he would research the Council's
financial state he replied, "As
soon as I am physically able
to do so."
The money that has been al-
located by Council but remains
to be paid includes several
bills, and requests by Rackham'
Student Government, the Gay
Academic Union, the Indochina
Peace Campaign, the Pilot Pro-
gram, and the Fifth Estate.

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S O M E discussion last ways to freeing those monies.
night revolved around t h e Saying that Allen needs his
sparseness of money left to own administration as Presi-
distribute to groups with valu-j dent, Faye presented the mo-
able causes. Council member tion which removed himself
Bob Black noted that a great from the post of coordinate Vice
deal of money is left unused in Pre n an ost ed din is-
the Student Legal Advocate;President, and ousted Adminis-
Program (SLAP). Members ex- trative Vice President, Jim
pressed a desire to look into Glickman.
Boston Globe Artist
talks on cartooning

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Globe in 1966 and draws five
nationally-syndicated cartoons a
week.
Szep said the political cartoon
"should educate. It should in-
form the reader what is going
on."
Comparing art to written edi-
torials, Szep noted that cartoons
are quicker and easier to read.
SZEP said that he reads sev-
eral newspapers a day in order
to come up with ideas for his
cartoons. He also mentioned
that he is no longer able to draw
ideas solely from the front page,
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Dean in ite
Rabbinate
MYRA SOIFER
Student at HUC-JIR
Friday, March 21
8:30 p.m.
at HILLEL-
1429 Hill St.

The Language of Biography
AS AN AID TO SELF-DEVELOPMENT
A LECTURE BY
PROFESSOR WERNER GLAS
of the
Detroit Waldorf Institute of Mercy College
SUNDAY, March 23, at 3:00 p.m.
MICHIGAN ROOM
2nd Floor of the Michigan League
Sponsored by the Anthroposophical Student Association

and must often use topics "not
related to any specific issue,"
"It's hard to get. five con-
sistent ideas each week," he
said.
Szep also shared these scenes
from his gallery:
-Nelson Rockefeller's declar-
ing, "I told you Ford would
settle this unemployment prob-
lem, I think I just got a job."
-Some nearly-drowing Re-
publicans in the waters near a
sinking ship marked "GOP,"
remarking on Nixon's possible
return to politics: "On the other
hand, if he came back as a
Democrat. . .."
-Policemen rounding up
prominent Watergate figures
dressed as the Seven Dwarfs,
with the remark that "Snow
White's still at large."
Blacks picket
LSA building
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qualified blacks."
IN ADDITION, Gamsin was
given the names of 25 blacks
getting PhD's this year from
which to make a choice.
Bolling termed the meeting
"inconclusive." He plans to
continue the picketing.
Gamson was uncertain as to
what would happen next. He
said that he could not guaran-
tee that the next faculty ap-
pointment would be a black.
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