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HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 9, 1'y/3 '

PageS~x f-IEMICHGAN AIL

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LOOKING BACK

THE WEEK IN REVIEW

Last Two Shows Today
3 P.M. & 8 P.M.

POWER CENTER
Box Office opens
at 1 P.M.
763-3333

English revised
English has been a traditional
catch-all major for students who
don't know what they want to
do in life, for women who just
want to get married, and for
peopletwho like books but aren't
sure what to do about it. An
open-hearted admission of "I am
an English major," has always
been good for a laugh - or at
least a polite cough.
Apparently, the English D -
partment has become aware of
the hazards involved in being an
English major, and has announc-
ed a plan of action. According to
Prof. Alan Howes, chairman of
the department's curriculum com-
mittee, there will soon be many
different names English majors
can call themselves.
Beginning next fall, there will
be new concentration programs
in film, fiction, drama, and his-
tory of criticism of British lit-
erature. Other majors may in-
clude creative writing, fiction,
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ant a snb-program in Afro-Amer-
izan literature.
Howes says increased sec-
ialization will provide E iglish
concentrators with a more sale-
able English background.
So if you always wanted to
major in English but didn't want
to call yourself an English ma-
jor (and, besides, you could nev-
er get a job anyhow), try a con-
centration program in creative
writing. The English Department
thinks it will help you get a job.
There's already an opening for
the Great American Novelist.
Running scared
To most observers, it looked
like SGC was running scared.
In a sweeping reversal of last
week's decision to go on record
against the use of racial quotas
in Uuniversity admissions, t h e
Council overwhelmingly affirm-
ed "student support for the Black
Action Movement (BAM) de-
mands".
In attendance to urge SGC on
was an overflow crowd of some
100, mostly black students. "The
really good thing about this," said
SGC President Lee Gill, "is that
tonight we saw the beginning of
some committeement from blacks
and other minority groups vho
never before took an interest in
SGC."
Matt Hoffman was angered at
the outcome of the meeting caill-
ing the final resolution "racist"
and "a clear contradiction of last
week."
But Gill called the action "one
of my rare moments of joy
at SGC."
SGC continued...
SGC President Gill must savor
his infrequent "moments of joy"
when his Council friends are not

trying to throw him in j il. R~e-
cently he was charged with em-
bezzlement of SGC funds but :he
charge was dropped because of
lack of evidence.
Now former SGC treasurer
David Schaper has charged Gill
with assault and battery stem-
ming from a shoving incident in
the Council chambers several
weeks ago.
Gill has pleaded not guilty to
the charge and faces a hearing
on January 3 before District
Court Judge Sanford Elden.
The shoving incident occurred
when a secretary complained to
Gill that Schaper was making un-
authorized use of council facili-
ties. Sschaper refused to leave
and Gill escorted him bodily from
the office.
"Lee forced David to leave the
office but absolutely no physical
violence occurred," said Sandy
Green, former SGC vice-presi-
dent.
Schaper, who has been involv-
ed in several attempts to remove
Gill from office in past months,
refused to commentsontthe mat-
ter.
Dylan tickets
Let's put the Bob Dylan mys-
tery to rest. UAC-Daystar has
settled with Dylan's New York
promoters on the date (Feb. 2),
THE MICHIGAN PAILY
Volume LXXXIV, Number 78
Sunday, December 9, 1973
is editedand managed by students at
the University of Michigan. News phone
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Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published
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Subscription rates: $10 by carrier (cam-
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Bob Dylan

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the place (Crisler Arena) and
the method of distribution of
tickets.
The latter has caused the great-
est confusion in the week since
it was leaked outthat the enig-
matic folk-hero of the sixties was
going back on tour, and in the
absence of an available arena
at Notre Dame, would make an
Ann Arbor appearance.
The deal now is that tickets
will go on sale Friday, and that
instruction for obtaining them
will be announced only in the Fri-
day afternoon editions of the Ann
Arbor News and the Detroit
News.
Sue Young, UAC promoter,
fatigued by a week of cor.tant
hassles, has asked that people
cease calling the Daystar num-
ber. But if you are curious about
what happens when you dial 763-
1109, here's the scoop: a record-
ed voice with an English accent
will tell you politely but firm-
ly: "Please disregard all prev-
ious information. Do not call any-
one else for more information.
Thank you."
-LAURA BERMAN

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POETRY READINGS

FRI., DEC. 14
Lemuel Johnson, Joe Salerno,
Simone Press, Gregory Orr,
Larry Goldstein, David
Tucker, Steve Schwartz,
Andy Kerrigan.
MUSIC--Friday Night
Michael Hough
Mike Smith

SAT., DEC. 15
Donald Hall, Jane Kenyon,
William Walter Scott Ill,
Martin Wolfe, Sam Modica,
Kerry Thomas, Linda
Silverman, John Sinclair.
SATURDAY NIGHT
The Gemini-Guitar
Herb David
Strinq and Classical
Oddity Band

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