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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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* Research Policies
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
'Writer talks on
Tuesday, January 2i, 1 5
world today is for figures to
emulate and imitate," the sci
ence fiction writer declared.
* Parliamentarian for SGC
INTERVIEWS for all these committees will be next Fri.,
Mon., and Tues. (Jan. 24, 27, and 28), except for the
Parliamentarian which will be Mon. night only. Stop by
the SGC offices, third floor of the Union, to sign up for an
interview and pick up an application form, or if you need
Tuesday, January 21 ham Amph., 7:30 pm.
Day Calendar 1 Indo-China Peace Campaign:
WUOM: Dr. Werner von Braun, Merea, Aud. 3, MLB, 7:30, 9:30 pm.j
vice-pres., Eng. & Development, UTP: Stoppard's The Real In-
Fairfield Ind., & rdi., Skylab, on spector Hound, Arena Theatre,
"Future Application of Space Tech- Frieze Bldg., 8 pm.
nology," 9:55 am. Symposium-75: Pres. Fleming,
Hosp. Commission for Women: Wilbur K. Pierpont, vice-pres. &
Kathleen Shortidge, "Affirmative chief financial officer; Franki
Action," 03086 Outpatient, noon. Rhodes, vice-pres. for Aacademic
Theoretical Seminar: J. Bartels, Affairs, "The Academic and Finan-
Fermi Natl. Accelerator Lab., "Why cial Future of the University," live,
Don't We See Fermion Parity Doub- WUOM, 8:05-9 pm.
lets," 4 pm. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology:
Low Energy Seminar: Paul Zitze- Kurt Luckner, curator, Toledo Mu-
witz, "Review of Slow Positron seum of Art, "Ancient Glass: Art
Emission," 4 pm. and Technique," Aud. D, Angell,
Art History; Prog. in American 8:30 pm
Culture: David Smith, Hampshirt Career Planning & Placement
Colege, "The Idea of Prospect, or, 3200 SAB, 764-7460
Views of Eminences in England Interviewing on campus: Fri. Jan.
and America," Aud. D, Angell, 4:10 24 - Northwest Bancorporation &
pm. Northwestern NatI. Bank of MULS-
Residential College: F. Bergmann, Howard University & U. of Wiscon-
"On the Meaning of Labor: Alterna- sin-Milwaukee/Dept. of U. Plan-
tives to the Protestant Ethic," ning. Jan. 28: Aetna, Nat'l Sec. Ag-
Greene Lounge, E. Quad, 7 pm. ency, Harris Bank, First Nat'l Bk of
Modern Dance Class: Trotter Chicago, & Action/Peace Corps Vis-
House, 7 pm. ta; Jan. 29: U. S. Navy, Eli Lilly &
Bio-Ethics Series: Jos. Fletcher, Co., Action/Peace Corps/Vista, and
U. Va., "Death and Dying," Rack- Harvard Grad. Sch. of Design; Jan.
30: Procter & Gamble Distributing.
Phone: 764-7456 to make an appoint.- (Continued from Page 1) The audience cheered Rod-
ment. denberry's announcement of
Looking for a job? INTRO '75 of- not exist to entertain you," said
fers interviews with employers from Roddenberry, former head writ- plans for the return of Star
a variety of businesses and indus- er for "Have Gun, Will Trav- Trek" in the form of a movie
tries. To sign up for the Chicago produced by Paramount. Al-
Conference held in March, contact el. It is an advertising me- prouced b amount Al-
though Pa ram o un t orig-
Career Planning & Placement, 764- dium." , inally wanted box-office grab-
Graduate study in Urban & Policy ~My quarrel, he said, is bers to star, in the flick, let-
Sciences to prepare for careers in with the nature of commercial ters from fans convinced the
Health Planning, transportation, television." Network executives company to use the original
criminal justice, at State U. of N.Y. are interested only in shows ce
at Stony Brook. Financial support. television cast instead.I
Deadline' for application, April 1. that will help sell products, If the movie is successful,
Wash. St. U.: MA in Recreation & Roddenberry explained, telling R ed mvie icestf'l
Phys Ed, Stipends $3700 plus, dead- how a network official once told Roddenberry predicted, "Star
line Feb. 1. Write to Dr. Roger him: "Apes? The public wants rek" may return as a tele-
wiley, Pullman, wash. 99163. e a vision series, perhaps in the
Ann Arbor advertising agency is apes!" Roddenberry later add- form of "three or four "Star
looking for a part-time Artist/Key ed that "I consider "Let's Make Trek" of "three or ''fo"
Liner at $7.00/hr. A Deal" the ultimate pornog- severy season.
Summer Placement raphyTe
3200 SAB, 763-4117 R O D D E N B E R R Y,1
Interviews: Register by Phone orR Y dressed in a blue suit with a
in Person R O D D E N B E RRY d i bl t witha
Camp Sea Gull, Mich. Coed. Wil also contended that television red, white and blue striped tie,
interview Mon. 1/27 from 10 to 5. could have prevented the worst said the key to "Star Trek's
Positions open - waterfront, gen. " success was that it had "true
counselors, drama, arts/crafts, etc. years of the Vietnam War. "T hero figures" who actually be-
-----__-_-_-_problem," he said, "is that very lieved "there whe some things
few people understand that it isie "theryings
- - -i drama and fiction that most worth dying for."
strongly affects people," not He added that the program
news and documentaries. tried to prove that we can
During the Viet Nam war, ac- "think beyond the petty beliefs
cording to Roddenberry, "real- that have so long kept human-
ity was Marcus Welby," not ity divided."
the casualty figures. "The greatest hunger in the
BUT Roddenberry indicated
that man may not be the mas-
ter of his race as he thinks he
is. He hypothesized a divine in-
telligence that will "protect us
until we are able to take care
And he defined his idea of a
better future as the time when
"our capacity for love become'
as great as our ability to de-
Rodenberry's lecture was
prefaced by a "Star Trek"
blooper reel, a compilation o
errors and amusing moments
during the filming of the series.
The fast-paced 15-minute reel
contained scenes such as Cap-
tain Kirk bumping into doors
that would not open, Mr. Spock
cracking up over his lines and
Dr. McCoy making overt passes
at his sickbay nurse.
Illustrating the affection that
nearly every fan of the show
has for its creator, a youthful
"Trekkie", at the close of the
lecture, tossed a Tribble to The
Great Bird of The Galaxy.
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