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Friday, April 6, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, April 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pane Sever

FIELD JACKETS
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DAILY
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DAY CALENDAR
Industrial & Oper. Ing.: K. Das.
Computer Systems/Comp. Network In-
teractions: Ec. Allocation & Assgnm't
Policies." 325 W. Eng.. noon.
Baseball: Michigan vs. U of Detroit,
Fisher Stadium.1 pm.nn
Med. Ctr. Commission for Women
Steering Comm.: S6630 Hosp., noon.
LSA: T. Newcomb, "Understanding
Between Students & Teachers: Sci. &
Human Values,"' Rackham Lect. Hall.
1:30 pm,
Law: B. Bittker, "Income Taxation &
Pot. Rhetoric: Vertical Equality:" 100
Hutchins Hall, 3:15 pmn.
Comm. for Women. Homer Heath
Lounge, Union, 3:30 pm.
Astronomy: W. Hiltner & L. Petro,
"Compact X-ray Sources. Pt. II," P-A
Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
SHist. of Art: A. Moir, U of Cal.-Santa
Barbara, "Caravaggio's Copyists," Aud.
A, Angell, 4:10 pm.
Astronomy Dept. Visitors' Night: K.
Castle, "ModernAstronomy," Movie,
"The Active Sun," Audi. B, Angell, 8
pm.
Dance Dept.: Mini-concert, Barbour
Gym, 8 pm.
Gilbert & Sullivan Soc.: "Princess

OFFICIAL BULLETIN

HRP debates future
in strategy meeting

Ida," Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
RC Players: Chekhov's "The Three
Sisters," RC Aur., 8 pm.
UAC - Musket: "West Side Story,"
Power, 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: Guest artist, B. Beck-
erman, 1024 Hill St., 8 pm.
Musical Society: London Symphony
Orcb., Hill, 8:30 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Application of Grad Student Dis-
sertation Grants may be made thru
Apr. 16. Late applics. not accepted. Two
other opportunities for applic. provid-
ed during coming year, Oct.. 1973, and
Jan., 1974. Exact deadlines wgill be an-
nounced. Students expected to have
clear statement of res. prob. together
with estimated cost of each major ex-
penditure; project should have been
reviewed by members of doctoral comm.
or chairman of dept.
Guidelines and format can he oh-
tained in Fellowship Of., 1014 Rack-
ham. Info., call 764-2218.
May 1973 Teacher's Certificate Candi-
dates: All requirements for teacher's
certificate must be completed by Apr.
13; teacher's oath should be taken as
soon as possible, 1225 Seh. of Educ.
Placement material can be obtained
from that office in the SAB.

CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B.. 764-7460
ADVISORY COMM. OF INTERGOV'T
RELS., Wash., D.C. offers internships
for students who will have at least a
Bachelor's degree by July 1. For people
interested in pub. serv, careers. esp, in
area of relationships between city, fed-
eral and state levels of gov't.Dead-
line for applying: May 1, Internships
last up to one year
MARKETING RESEARCH FELLOW-
SHIP: Avail. to students interested in
marketing who plan to attend U. of
Cincinnati Grad Sch. of Bus. Ad. Full
tuition paidrplus work exper. consumer
marketing res.
SCRIPPS-HOWARD FDN. SCHOLAR-
SHIPS: Available to students seeLng
careers in journalism and allied arts,
Not to exceed $1000. Applic. should be
made to Scripps-Howard Fdn, by May
15.
Voice of America English Intern
Prog. will accept a few applics. if ma-
terial is sent immediately. An audi-
tion tape, writing samples, and re-
sume are required. Instructions avail,
'in Career Planning & Placement, No
interviews held on campus.
A rep of Teacher Corps will be in
this office Apr. 13. Assignments in
both Elem. & Sec. levels throughout
U.S. BA degree required - receive TC
& M's in Educ at end of 2 yr. Prog,
INTERVIEWS: Sign up in this office
to interview with U. S. A. F., Apr. 9;
Standard Oil of Ohio & Air Univ.
Civilian positions) at Maxwell Air
Force Base oil n Apr.11;Teacher Corps,
Apr. 13, & Bausch & Lomb, Apr. 18.

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(Continued from Page 1)
Psychology Prof. Dick Mann
pointed out that HRP factionalism
"turned a lot of people off." Ad-
mitting that this was true, Coun-
cilman Jerry De Grieck observed,
"The primary in the Second Ward
was a real problem in divisive-
ness."
De Grieck pointed out that
though HRP captured the same
precincts in this election as they
did last year, the difference in
student turn-out meant that last
year's winning student bulge was
lacking.
De Grieck's fellow councilper-
son, Nancy Wechsler, who chaired
the meeting, blamed the HRP loss
in the First Ward on the fact that
Democratic winner Norris Thomas
ran a campaign emphasizing that
he was the only black on council.
She said HRP candidate Frank
Shoichet lost in the Second Ward
because "liberal women voted for
a woman" - and elected Demo-
crat Carol Jones.
(The listing of HRP's financial
woes - they are roughly $650 in
the red - inspired a passing of the

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with SPECIAL GUEST STAR
Billy Preston and McKendree Spring
APRIL 7, 8:00 P.M. at

A.S.C.E. STUDENT CHAPTER
NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE
APRIL 6 & 7, 1973
Chrysler Center, North Campus
5.00 REGISTRATION FEE
LECTURE SERIES-FREE ADMISSION
MONDAY, APRIL 9
Dr. Charles L Stevenson
Professor, Department of Philosophy
SPEAKS ON
rr rr
"Man and His Values"
WHAT VALUE JUDGMENTS ARE AND HOW WE
CAN USE SCIENCE TO SUPPORT THEM
6th Lecture of a Series entitled
MAN AND HIS WAYS
7:30-9:00 P.M.
International Center Recreation Room
603 E. MADISON
Informal discussion follows lecture.
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED
The University of Michigan
.5- International Center

The Union Gallery
PRESENTS
The April BUFUA. Show0
APRIL 6-15 0
A display and sale of work done by gradu-
ating seniors from the School of Architec-
u ture& Design. U
OPENING RECEPTION: V
i Friday evening, April 6, 7-10 p m.
GALLERY HOURS: U
Wednesday through Sunday 12-5 p.m.
Friday evening 7-10 p.m.
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hat, in this case a large white box
wlich filled rapidly with small-
denomination bills.)
On the whole the meeting was
optimistic about the future and
enthusiastic slogans more appro-
priate on the football field than in
politics drew the biggest response.
Quoting Ohio State football men-
tor Woody Hayes, oae speaker ex-
claimed, "We're not going to lay
down and play dead. We're going
to keep on fighting."
G;ray, out
sdiretor
(Continued from Page 1)
seriously tarnished his fine record
as acting director and promising
future at the bureau."
In Washington, Gray had an-,
nouinced he had asked that his
nomination be withdrawn shortly
before Nixon made his formal an-
noulncement:
Atty. Gen. Richard Kleindienst
said through a spokesman that he
was deeply disappointed by what
he called the turn of events.
"He is one of the most loyal
Americans I know," said Klein-
dienst. "He wasan excellent
choice to be permanent director
and should have been confirmed."
The spokesman said Gray tele-
phoned Kleindienst and told him
of his decision about an hour be-
fore he issued his statement.
"I have asked the President to
withdraw my nomination for the
position of director ofthe Federal
Bureau of Investigation," Gray
said in a brief statement released
by a FBI spokesman.
"The basis for this decision is
my deep conviction that the FBI,
a great and uiiique American in-
stitution of vital service to the
President and the American people,
is entitled to permanenttleadership
at the earliest possible time."

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