THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, January 13, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 13, 1974
o Gilbert & Sullivan Society
MASS MEETING for IOLANTHEy
y ALL WELCOME
0 ANDERSON ROOM
SUN., JANUARY 13-8 PM.
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1313 SO. UNIV.
BREAKFAST ALL DAY:
3 EGGS, hash browns, toast and jelly . $1.05
RIB-EE STEAK and 3 eggs, hash browns, toast and jelly $2.10
Delicious OMELETS from $1.35
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME COOKING
HOMEMADE EGG ROLLS HOMEMADE SOUPS-45c
(beef barley, clam chowder, etc.)
HOMEMADE CHILI--bowl 60c
Fast and Friendly Service, by Mr. £s Mrs. Lee
~,U~iV. I U Tues.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
County. voters face two ballot
questions on new skills center
PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
Sat.-Sun. 9:00 a.m.-9 p.m.
! - -
show in town"-
210 S. FIFTH AVE.
(Continued from Page 1) and 190 voters turned down sim-' Nine of ten school boards within
Despite such widespread support, I ilar proposals, but Gilbert attribut- the county have offered support for
Gilbert predicts "it will be an up-! ed this to a general lack of under-; the ballot questions,- according to
hill fight" to, gain voter approval standing about the proposed pro-, Gilbert.- He adds that a county-
for the vocational center. In 1968 gram. wide vocational center will help
- - ~equalize services among the area
~ ~ high schools-some of which can-
oafford to provide programs on
DAILY -OFFICIAL BULLETIN a par with other schools.
If approved, the new center will
<* y}-": " :xg .....rc~,.. s r.... . also be coordinated with the Wash-
!Sunday, January 13Physics D. Miller, NorthwesterndupliatiComnity Coleetoiavoid
DAY CALENDARl "High Energy u-Beams d, u-Physics," sofyerve, Gibr
Music School: "Aill.Duets," Rackham P-A Colloq. Rm.; 4 pm.isas
Aud., 4:30 pm. SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE GILBERT emphasizes the need
Music School: Win. Patterson, violin, 3200 SAB, 763-417'for increased vocational training
SM Recital Hall, 4:30 pm. Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn V11-
Monday, January 14 lage, MI, openings for guides, deadline in the county because matny high
Chemistry, Biochem.: Distinguished for applics. Jan. 18. Also present open- school graduates do not' go on to
lecture series, Win. N. Libscomb, Har-' ings for food service attendants, ticket college, but have no marketable
yard, *The Structure & n~utcton Re- 'cashiers, groundshelpers.skl.
lationships in Aspartate Transcarba-. York Excavation Trustees, England.skls
moylase, a Regulatory Enzyme," W. Lec- Free board and lodging for anyone will. He points out that 61 per cent
ture Hall, Med. Set, II, 4 pm. ing to work at least three weeks on dig. tof county high school graduates dc
Ctr. Russian, E.. European Studies: New experience for the summer. De- r not enter two- or four-year colleges,
S. Cohen,. Princeton, "False Assump- tails & applics. available.tbu onyaut1 pe cnt f
tions & Undone Research in Societ Po-! 3M Co., St. Paul, Mnn. Openings forbu onyaut1 pe cnt f
litical! History," W. Conf. Rm.,. Rack- students having completed, Junior year E these students receive any voca-
ham, 4 .pm. in any of the following fields: chemis- tional training while in secondary
Ctr. Russian, E. European Studies: try, physics, chemical, mechanical & chool.
mini-course, "American Culture: Views elect, engineering.
from the Outside," discussion of read- Deadline for Applying for Summer In addition to vocational training,
Ings, 206 Lane Hall, 8 pm. Civil Service 'Fed. Exam: Jan. 25, for the center would" provide aptitude
Music -School: C. Battishill,-trumpet, Feb. 9 and 23 exam. Details and applies, testing, career counseling, and job
SM Recital Hall, 8 pmn. avail.
-. ----- -- .. .-. . - ..placement services.
(Continued from page 1)
other people a chance to see the
Indians' civilization, he says; but
they also siirprise many "people
who think Indians -Atre a defeated
"When I started;, hool," Deveir-
ney recalls, "my' p'arents said it
was good for Indians- to learn the
white man's education. It would
help uts adapt to their way of liv-
ing.' And, it was the only way to
B'it Deverney is embittered over
school books. proclaiming this con-
tinent's discovery by Columbus.
Deverney knows his facts on the
Ft. Miggs Treaty of 1817. In that
treaty, local Indians signed over to
the government the land. on which
'.the University is now situated, and
were promised free education.
Deverney, iron~ically, is 'presently
strijggling finlnciall'y to remain in
A 40-YEAR -OLD -Chippewa In-
dian. from Canada, Hap McCue,
now lives in,-Ann Arbor. "Being an
Indian' is a hard wayto live," he
sayvs While' recouinting his,''bayhood
troubles.. "I went to a reservation
school taught by a white woman
when I was. about eight years,,old.
Saturday and Sunday
3.00 and 8:00
TVOTHY BOTTOMS "LNDSAY WAGNER" JOHN HOUISEMA~N ;THE PAPER O-PASC
ST 1'tCTURE ROBERT ~~ Q3F~jC. THOMPSON ,- ROPJC1K PAUL b.~o.,dAJAE5 ObtIDES
.ei 1973 --ws.Yw~,,.,JAMESBDPIDGES '-=) HNJAYOS0ORN,. J'a "NWILLIAMS
University of Michigan
STAE KWON. DO CLUB
(and first meeting)
'I(Jon. 16-7:00 p.m.
in basement of
Womnen's Athletic Bldg.
a beginning class starts:
Jan. 7--4:30 p.m.
Advance Sale s-Mendelssohn Theatre
Power Center box office open 1:00 p.m. Jan. 26-27-763-3333
J.~. j:< I/
AA~nrMi wMrS i11N /IJ LIII
JACOBSON'S OPEN THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
'"One day she read about Indians
attacking white settlers. And I
really started disliking Indians for
what they did to those settlers. I
just couldn't understand why those
Indians attacked. Nowo, though, I'm
proud of being an Indlan."
The Native American Powwow
will continue today in the League
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Reductions of 20% and more on selected
groupsrof fine clothing and furnishingfs
As has been our policy in the past, we will maintain our tradi-
tion of having but two sales each year: one in the summer and one
All of the sale items are fro m our regular stock of fine quality
clothing and furnishings. We don't buy nor do we sell seconds or
With the uncertainty of the price situation this sale could be
Cuffed Jeans And
Save on a special group of
those plaid and solid color
jeans and 'slacks you,
collect, wear constantly and
appreciate for comfortable
fit. Permanent press
polyester/cotton wovens -and
cotton corduroys in the
best wear-now colors. Waist
sizes 28-38; S,M,L lengths.
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Nassau via Transoir Boeing 737 or Air Carldda D1C-9
! Complimentary in-flight meal and bar service
* 7 nights accommodation cat the deluxe
Beach Inn Hotel
N Round trip transfers between airport and hotel,
including tips for baggage handling
M Free cocktail party
" 50% discount on green fees at Pcaradise
Island Golf Course
*Golden Bird Beach Bag
" Golden Bird Discount Bonus Book
# Services of Golden Bird Representative.
S 2 3 9 plus 10.50
Based on double occupancy
especially meaningful to you in regards to savings.
to our store for this, our Semi-An nuzal Sale.
We invite you
I BETH BOWEN
I 1525 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor, Mi.