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SUPPER SEMINARS ON
CURRENT WORLD CONFLICTS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 - 6:30 P.M.
"Historical Background on the
Middle East Conflict"
SPEAKERS:
DARRELL DYKSTRA, Doctoral Candidate in Middle
East History; spent Aug. 1971-July 1973 in Egypt
KENNETH STEIN, Doctoral Candidate in Middle
East History; spent July 1971-May, 1973 in Israel
AT THE
Ecumenical Campus Center-921 Church St.
SUPPER-$1.00 RESERVATIONS-662-5529
FUTURE SEMINARS
Nov. 30-- Middle East: Current Conflict an4 Future
December 7 - Chile: The Struggle Continues

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inursdoy, November I!), IV/
Chinese attend study
at 'U' Med. Center
(Continued from Page 2 1; "g-wu, an applied research
others' ways and increase our worker its the department of physi-
friendship and medical coopera- ology at the Chinese Academy of
tion. Medical Sciences.
MS. KU HOPES that the result "We wish the academic exchange
of the scholarly exchange will be between our two countries will con-
better medical care for the whole tinue to develop," Chang said, "and
world. that or friendship Will continue
She is vice chairwoman of the to expand."
department of physiology at the The delegation's visit to the U.S.
Peking Medical College. is designed to give the Chinese an
"We have come to the United opportunity to study current re-
States to find and learn from the search in the physiology of pain
Americans, their accomplishments and biomedical engineering.
in the medical sciences," said;
Chang Tsai, secretary of the dele- THIS IS THE third of four
gation and a member of the scholarly delegations to visit the
Chinese Ministry of Foreign Af- U.S. this fall as a result of ex-
fairs, "as well as to further our change agreements reached last
understanding and friendship. We May between the Committee on
have learned a lot." Scholarly Communication with the
People's Republic of China and the
THE OTHER members of the Chinese Scientific and Technical
delegation were Lou Ai-lin, vice Association.
chairwoman of the department of The other three groups are com-
physiology at the Chinese Academy puter scientists, English language
of Medical Sciences and Chou specialists and librarians.
SGCcommittee begins
reorganization mee tings

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> 3Thursday-Friday Nov 15-16
-CHICO
HMILTON
Saturday Nov 17
CJQ
CMNGv2.32 Esther Phillips

The Student Government Council
(SGC) committee concerned with
internal reorganization met for the
first time last evening.
Discussion centered on a variety
of issues. At first the group concen-
trated on problems of communica-
tion with the various constituencies.
A number of proposed solutions
were brought up, including holding

meetings at dorms, holding public
forums, resurrecting the Michigan
Student News, and requiring writ-
ten reports from all appointed
council employes and appointees.
Discussion also centered on the
merits of various methods used to
elect members, whether the new
10-10-10 constitution works, and
whether to retain proportional rep-
resentation.

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ATTENTON,

Chairman Bob Garber (LSA '76)
summed up the businesslike atmos-
phere of the meeting when he
noted, "if we're going to change
SGC it'll take a hell of a lot of
work." Garber added that he did-
n't foresee the committee making
any concrete suggestions to coun-
cil until more thought had gone
into the proposals.
Last night's meeting was the
first in a series of four the commit-
tee will hold. At that time the com-
mittee's term expires..
Other committee members are
Pat Heller, of the Screw SGC Par-
ty, Greg Higby of Campus Coali-
tion, and Marcia Fishman of Stu-

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