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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 28, 1974

┬░Ii 1 Board fails

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, March 28, 1974

PAID POLITICAL ADV.

so act on complaints

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lieved by all of the city equitably,
instead of discriminating against
the North Campus by singling its
out for redistribution.t
THE CURRENT redistribution
plan which was decided upon lasta
week was defended by Board mem-
ber Paul Weinhold who explained,
"At one time or another you have
to decide on a plan."
Superintendent of Schools Harry
Howard backed him saying, "We

have to go ahead on the Board's
action".
Hal Neiman of the Clague Mid-
dle School staff stated, "All the
current plans gore someone's ox.
We want sterilization not castra-
tion.
Professional planner Paul Ray
attacked the board contending
"All the plans presented were
poorly planned, poorly drafted and
will only shift the injustices
around."

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Fleming to announce
selection committee
(Continued from Page 1) at the end of this week to F!emring
presented a list of 30 nominees along with the three choices each
to serve on the search committee. from the LSA Student Government
Represented on that list are faculty and the Rackham Student Govern-
members from the humanities, na- ment.
tiral sciences and social sciences. Fleming will then select the
Half have been at the University members ,of the Deanship Search
for longer than five years, while Committee from these nominees.
half have taught here for less than Fleming says the search com-
five years. mittee will probably not have time
Faculty members are voting this to select a replacement for Rhodes
week to select the 12 from the before his resignation on July 1.
Executive Committee's 1 i s t they According to Fleming, the selec-
would like Fleming to consider for tion committee will probably name
the search committee. an acting dean to assume the
THE EXECUTIVE Committee dean's duties while it sceks a
will send these recommendations permanent replacement.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Thursday, March 28 seminar, Rackham Assembly Hall, 8
Day Calendar pm.
Commission for Women, Secretarial Energy Research: W. Kerr, L. Jones,
Sub - committee: H. Hudson, "Griev- "A Hydrogen Economy," White Aud.,
ance Procedure," 1332 SEB, noon. Cooley Elect. Lab, 8 pm.
Maternal, Child Health Films: General Notices
"Somebody Waiting," 3042 SPH I, Undergraduate Honors Convocation:
12:30 pm. will be 10:30 am., Fri., Mar. 29, Hill
Music School: Flute Student Recital, Aud. President R. W. Fleming will
SM Recital Hall, 12:30 pm. speak on "Scholarship & the Univer.
Future Worlds: President R.W. Flem- sity." All undergrad classes, except
ing, "Politics & Ethics," Aud. 3, MLB, clinics, will be dismissed from 9:45 to
3 pm. 12 noon for the Convocation. Seniors
MHRI: D. Blumer, Harvard Med. Sch., excused from clinics & seminars. Hon-
"The Brain & Human Sexual Behav- ors students will not wear caps and
tor," 1057 MHRI, 3:45 pm. gowns. Main floor seats reserved for
Ctr. Russian, E. European Studies: them and their families; will be held
mini-course, G. Hodnett, York U., Tor- till 10:15. Doors open at 10 a.m. Pub-
onto, "Central Asia in Soviet Nation- lic is invited.
ality Policy," W. Conf. m., Rackham Disabled Student Services: tickets
Bldg., 4 pm., now on sale for Disabled Students
Katz-Newcomb Lectures in Social Fund-Raising Dinner, Mar. 31 at
Psychology: H. Taifel, U of Bristol, Campus Inn. Please call 763-2254 for
England, "When Do We Want to be info.

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Different?" Rackham Amph., 4 pm.
Nuclear Physics: F. Malik, Indiana U,
"Superheavies--To Be or Not to Be,"
P-A Bldg. Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Int'l Night: Indian food, League
Cafeteria, 5 pm.
Women's Studies Films: "Gertrude
Stein: When This You See, Remember
Me," Lee. Rm. 1, MLB, 7:30 pm.
U Players: "Brave Little Tailor," Are-
na Theatre, Frieze, 7:30 pm.
Res. Coll. Players: Terry's "Approach-
ing Simone;" Brecht's "The Exception
& the Rule," E. Quad Aud., 8 pm.
H.V.S. Ogden Festgabe: R. Scholes,
Brown U, "The Fictional Criticism of,
the Future," Nat. Sci. And., 4 pm.;

Summer Placement
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Jewell Company, Detroit, MI. Will
interview Tuesday, April 2, from 9:30 to
5. Will call on regular customers, sell-
ing and delivery work. Excellent money
for the summer. Register.
Frank Shama Gifts, Mackinac Is. Op-
ening for salesgirls and cashier. Beau-
tiful place to spend the summer. Come
in and check details.
Camp Tamarack, MI Coed. Will inter-
view Friday. Apr. 5, 9:30 to 5. Counsel-
ors for (boys 8 to 10), kitchen help,
bus/truck driver, nature specialist. Reg-
ister.

university cellar

Hypocrisy. You won't find the word in Democratic candidates campaign literature buti
watchword of their party.

it's the

In this campaign Democratic candidates have taken so many different positions on the issues
that even their supporters don't know where they stand.

Sure, the Democratic candidates know all the
the real story.

"progressive" rhetoric. But, t h e i r record tells

The Human Rights Party worked to put Rent Control on the ballot while the Democrats sat on
their hands.
HRP organized opposition to the proposed McDonald's w h i I e Democratic members of the
Planning Commission approved the project.

HRP proposed a public hearing on the police department while Democrats
joined Republicans to block it.

on C it y Council

The Human Rights Party is for from perfect, but we are trying to build a radical alternative to
this Democratic hypocrisy. Our City Council candidates t a k e consistent positions on t h e
issues, but more importantly they fight for human priorities in city government.

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