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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday. October 30, 1973

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WOMEN'S CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
LUNCH HOUR DISCUSSIONS
The second in a series of informal group sessions. C o m e hear represntatives from
variousemployers and graduate/professional schools discuss their opportunities for
women. All women welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch.
SPONSORED BY
CA RE E R TUES., OCT. 30-12 noon

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Mayor urges campaign fund controls

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* Cornell University--Graduate School of Business &
Public Administration
0 University of Santa Clara (Calif.)-Law School
Held .in Michigan League,
Conference Rm. No. 4
Coming up Nov. 7-BURGER KING CORP.; University of Chi-
cago-Graduate School

EMU Major Events Committee
with WWWW
presents
AME RICA
November 9
wen Fieldhouse 8 P
Tickets: $3, $4, $5-reserved

Planning
Placement
764-7460

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J e r r y DeGrieck (HRP-First
Ward) claimed the proposed or-
dinance is merely an effort to
"cover-updcampaign irregularities"
committed by local Republicans in
last April's city election.
HE AND CAROL Jones (D-Sec-
ond Ward) said they would reserve
final judgement on the measure
until they see it in final form.
The city attorney's office is pres-
ently preparing a draft ordinance
to be submitted to council at a
later date,tStephenson said. But
he did not indicate when the
measure will be placed before coun-
cil for action.
In other action last night, Coun-
cil approved changes in the Model
Cities Policy Board in an effort

(Continued from Page 1) to make the advisory group more
gesture aimed at helping local responsive to "the community."
GOP interests avoid adverse af-
fects which the Watergate scandal LAST JUNE, the Department of
has had on the entire Republican Housing and Urban Development
Party. (HUD), which fiods the nrnornm

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serving some 10,000 low income
area residents, said the board has
been closed to citizen input and
demanded new procedures be
adopted.
Under the new proposal, board
members who miss four consecu-
tive meetings .will be dismissed.'
The policy board was also ex-
panded from 23 to 30 members. The
additional seats will go to various
organizations in the Model Cities
area.
The plan came. under heavy fire'

from Norris Thomas (D-First
Ward) a:d DeGrieck, who both
termed the measuire "paternalis-
tic," bt it passed with the Re-
publican c;ouncil members' support.
THI' IS SAID the plan denies
Model City residents self-determi-
nation and dismissed the proposal
as "junk." By anproving the alter-
ations, DeGrieck claimed council
merely "bowed down to HUD."
Council member John McCor-
mick (F-Fifth Ward) supported the
measlre but added the changes are
not the final answer. He and other
Republicans stressed that HUD
threatened to cit off funds to
local programs is new policy board
guidelines were not approved.

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Professional schools rated

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(Continued from Page 1),
for professional careers, and ac-
cording to the study it has not
been at the expense of academic
standards. Three quarters of the
deans stated that the average stu-
dents in the professional schools
are brighter and have had better
academichpreparation than. their
counterpart of 10 years ago had.

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Sr. Orientation for graduate study
other mental health careers.

in Psychology and

GRAD SCHOOL APPLICATIONS
TUESDAY, October 30
AUD_ C AN(GELIL HIA LL-8 P M

BLACK & ORANGE
DAY
is coming
OCTOBER 31st
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
1216 S. University
663-9333

At the present time, two thirds
of the professional school popula-
tion is male,. with males making up
nine tenths of the population in the
areas of Business, Dentistry, Law,
Forestry, and Optometry. There
were less than five percent in
Nursing, and forty percent in social
work.
The smallest percentage of mi-
nority group students is in the
areas of Forestry and Dentistry,
with the highest numbers in Social
work, Optometry, and Theology.
ALTHOUGH THE study asked
the opinions of deans on the quality
of variousschools, no quantitative
data was organized on the differ-
ences between schools in the same
area.
The survey was conducted by Dr.
Peter Blau, a sociology professor
at Columbia University, under a
grant from the National Science
Foundation.

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