THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, January 30, 1974
THE rnrMa:EI I.ADILY Wednesday,7Q'%:ar January 30, 1974J:2 '"
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S CO O A V 1 %+0~at Bsies 93 cho Mrktngcltg 'Council, the Board of Regents and UnertyadcycimalTs k
4C? Aars,"Bu. d. non.ciy olie hif Wltr rany.moe hecity iefre eoe'The co
Antm:T. Harrison "Clinical & "We expect there will be some ac- muho yt tm o onUiestyaearp
ONilEVERY BOKIN THE STOREcoamn PRlatern of04Red.leCt.e1,ion taken before the end of the calls. report, wh
IN FO R M A T IO N loolpmn eese"40,Md d term," said Charles Morris, con-' Presently, the University's se- safety prc
41 ,J~~i L IIJ~ Medieval, Renaissance Collegiumn: A. cil chairman and associate dean 'curity system includes a special providing1
5UEWE~~EWU5~~EE~E~ ~ ~ Rii '~~'Hyman, Columbia U, "Religion & Phi- of LSA.capsuiof2ctyoleofthUiv
Whien you pay cash for your books at 40 + losophy in Medieval Philosophy: The c a prtoxima ty 30posingfheUivet
' Christian Traditions," 120 Hutchins' ficers,aprxmtl30huigUvesy
3' 3Hll Law Quad, 4 pm.I THE COUNCIL'S recommenda- and hospital security guards, and es proport
P sttistics: M Stone, University Col-; tions address problems with the' 65 part and full-time Burns guards. ,e. odn uy 07Agl alaei
PAgE, Lonpon "aeiImproprieties," current security system. k
A 336MAYNAD 40indran Purdue U, "contagious Demand the International Association of "
Featuring: JANE WATERSON 336MAYNRDoys Models," 229 W Engin.. 4 pm. Chiefs of Police (IACP), which is-u h school head
Phiego, "upWefl eumof "oP sued a report last fal, is that
Admissions Director Bldg. Lbray xcudd-AL ALS FNAm., 4 pmB.urn guards are not authorized (Continued from Page 2P terntiVes
Bartin613Oxfrd o aress. problms fiding a facility that'si most desir
Rd,8p."They are not sworn peace of- bynbl. the sit
F am Ross. -"All they can do is the board's lack of any solid
AND THERLAW CHOO SPEKERS" "stand there and say I saw It hap-, budgetary figures for the school, Respond:
ADOHRLWSHOSPAESiDim ension of Religious Experience pe,"u'he a' ontigwhich its opponents have nick- aton
thelp" named "adass hig." wait to s
JA N * LETUREAND ISCUSIONSERIS 0Originally the school was slated fiden ha
OTHER COUNCIL complaints for 125 students and a budget of;fdntta
N E."A N 0JANUARY 30, WEDNESDAY 3-5 P.M., ANGELL HALL, AUD. A inaldequatelyatinedat unrad aen 0broll ent fbewen30candr tttoe
~ ,incldeuallegainetatudard aero7600,enutcurrenan cll for taoet
"Yoga and Its Spiritual Context" and lacking in sensitivity to the: 40 and no final budget. Rencken
7:3'0 P.M . FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC University's philosophy and needs. Ralph Bohouse admitted the al- a "pure an
NEXT WEEK FEB. 6, WEDNESDAY 3-5 P.M., ANGELL HALL, AUD. A
MIGE L AU . B"MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE OF BUDDHISM"
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SPONSORED BY UNDERGRAD ECON. ASSC.. . in Japan", "Vejen", "Requiem for a Fith", "Sacred Art of Tibet" articipatio. Groups are led by trained facilitators. Members are expected to atte
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by BARBARA LINDERMAN, local yoga instructress Couples Groups-weekend and ongoing Art Workshop
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incil members claim.
Incil 's recommendations
ised version of the IACP
ich t e r m s the present
gram "not effective in
the services required by
rsity" and claims the
is "not receiving servic-
tonate to. funds expend-
school was "not ideal or
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'jation in the schools at
ing to the charge of in-
planning he said, "if we
e the extreme intricate
11l never start. I feel con-
tthe administration can
ier a program I can be
called his vote for Dulin
id simple policy matter."
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