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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March '1.2, 1974

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Board Exam Tutoring
Stanley H. Kaplan
Educational Center.
Classes now being formed for the upcoming

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NOT MEETING GOALS
Inteflex plagued by internal

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to "the muck-raking of The
Daily."
Associate Dean of LSA Samuel
Krimm, coordinator of the pro-
gram until last month, disagrees
w i t h Brown's interpretation.
Krimm claims there are "no prob-
lems in concept or philosophy",
and that the real troubles lie in
the two schools' inability to- co-
ordinate on a day-to-day basis.
The problem in the eyes of one
second year student, Mark Yost, is
that "LSA has effectively been
swept under the rug."
LSA committees dealing with the
humanities and social sciences
have failed to even meet since the
program's inception. Witke's pro-

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posed solution to this is to organize dents after their second year. Ryskamp variety. charge, Associate De'an Watke said
still more co-ordinating commit- THE BIGGEST problem with In- Ryskamp says the program was he questioned its truth, but said
tees. teflex courses according to stu- filled with students who will "let if it shoild turn out to be true,
ONE OF THE major problems dents and administrators alike has the administration shit onwthem." "that would be the firs step to
for the faculty has been the time been with the, courses inflexibility. When c o n f r o n t e d with this disaster."
they feel they can devote to the Students claim they face insur-
program. Witke acknowledges the mountable problems with schedul-f >"i '-n>'<'... :w ° :.m:.k< ..:...:.i :;.. kmm:
severe pressures that interests out- ing the desired electives. And
side of Inteflex place on the fac- Witke said that each year of the DA ILY O FFIC IA L BU LLEIN
flty. program is so carefully planned
Particularly ominous for the fu- out thatkmany sets of options are , : q71
ture of the program is Ryskamp' s lost. Witke admitted that the pro-f uedyMac12Emntr euaio marsth
complaint that he dropped out of gram should be flexible enough Tuesday, March 12 haementary education ajors, the
the program because the people to allow such interests as the legal Day calendar fers 2-year paid internship in inner
running it.are "too damn busy to and political issues of medicine to 'Ctr. Continuing Educ. for Women: city schools and master's thru Teach-
have the time to think about the be pursued. The students say the "Women in Biological & Natural Sci- er Corps. Write Dr. Robert Arends, Ba-
program." program stifles this, however, and ences," Conf. Rms. 4, 5, Mi. League, con Hall. Buffalo, 14222,Details at
Svrlamnsrtr inteBrown says the program com noon.utCPP
Several administrators in the commits IFure Worlds: G. Youngblood, Elementary educ majors and also
program admit that the problems the student into being a practicing "Public Access to Information," Hill English majors with teacher certif..
described have resulted in a "shod- MD. Aud., 3 pm. Peace Corps and Teacher carps offers
dy" counseling program. They ANOTHER ATTACK on shorten- ACRICS Meeting: Crisler Arena, 3:15 3-yr prog with last 2 yrstin Afghanis-
have asked not to be identified. ed medical programs such as InpmEtnLedtoM.WieD.Rbr
Physics: V. Barger, U of Wis., "Phe- Elmes. Bacon Hall, State Univ .0C-
Communication b e t w e e n teflex came a few months ago nomenology of Deep Inelastic Neutrino lege at Buffalo, NY 14222.
students and persons of authority from Glen Leymaster, the director Scattering," 2038 Randall Lab, 4 pm. virginia Commonwealth I n t e r n
has been particularly difficult, of the American Medical Associa- Classical Studies, Kelsey Mus.: M. To- Prog.: Excellent training prog. for ad-
Witke admits, "There's been a tion (AMA) Department of Under- relli, U of Cagliari, Sardinia, "Gravis- min. careers in state govt. Minimum
tremend s,( Acae: A Greek Sanctuary at the Port of requirementbachelor's degree by June
tremendous gap between the hig- graduate Medical Education. Ley- Tarquinii," Aud. A, Angell Hall, 4 pm. 1974. Salary $8000/yr. Deadline: March
er-ups and the students." Rys- master charges that these pro-! E'ension Serv., English: poetry read- 15, 1974.
kamp complained that on those few grams turn out "new MDs who ing. . Kizer, Aud. 3, MLB, 4:10 pm. Summer Placement
occasions when successful con- are both immature and unskilled." " Psych Film Series: "Afrikaner;" 3200 sAB. 763-4117
is ThestuentTh fault mebes iteriewd Paranoid Conditions," Aud. 3, MLB, Camp Oakland, MI-Emotionally Dis-
tact is made, "The student al- The faculty members interviewed 4:30 pm. turbed. Will interview Thurs. Mar. 14,
ways loses anyway." were unanimous in their disagree- Music School: String Dept. Student 9:30 to 5. Cabin counselors in all spe-
SEVERAL!Itfe tdnscam etwt h hre Recital, SMu Recital Hall, '8 pm. cialized fields.
SEdEstLtInteflextstudentstclaihea Music School: J. Wilkinson, clarinet Camp Tamarack, MI. Coed. Will In-
that Inteflex advisers have said Students tend to take the accu- Doctoral, Cady Mus. Em., Stearns terview Fri. Mar. 15, morning only. 9
that personal information files are sation more seriously, however. Bldg., 8 pm. to 1. Male counselors, ail fields. Male/
being kept on each student. Though Many students interviewed cited R o m a n c e Languages: Classical Fema weain ceramics, waterfront.
t hei w m auiya ao Studies: Form & Spir'it of Tragedy: T Truck/Bus D7river.
unconfirmed by faculty members, theirown immaturity as a major V. Buttrey,."Tragedy as Form in the Silverman Village, Ortonville. iBmo-
some students say they have been complaint. World of Euripides," Lee. Rm. 1,,tionally disturbed Boys. Male staff
told that files covering such sen EVERY STUDENT interviewed MLB, 8 pm. except for Arts/Crafts and waterfront
Residential College Astronomical (in/f). Fri. Mar. 15, 9-1 pm.
sitive topics as the students' use felt that the administration is care- Films: "The Drifting of the Conti- Camp Wathana, Detroit Camp Fire
of drugs and sexual habits. These fully screening applicants to the nents," "Mars-The Search Begins," Girls. Will interview Tues., Mar. 19, 10
files, say Inteflex advisers, are to program in order to weed out rad- Pioneer 10 slides, E. Quad Aud., 9 pm. to 5. Positions open-unit counselors,
be used for the evaluation of stu- icals or dissidents of the John Career Planning & Placement waterfront, riding, arts/crafts, nature,
be se fr heevlutio o su-I cas r dssdetsofth Jhn3200 SAB, 764-7460 etc.

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MARCH 31st

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A Spring C'oncert,
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Friday, March 15-8:00 p.m.
Excerpts from Sleeping Beauty
Triangle
thme Gems
Ukranian Folk Dance Ensemble of Detroit
Guest Company
ADULTS $2.50-CHILDREN $1.00
This concert is dedicated to the Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial
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