Wednesday, January 17, 1973
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0 1-4 credit hours in psychology,
Applicaioons available at 2210 SAB. Opening seminar
TON IGH T at 7:00 p.m. in Room 2503, SAB.
U of M Riding Club
Tuesday, Jan. 23
University Club lounge
for TEX TBOOKS
and SUPPLIES and
POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSN.
will hold a general meeting on
Thursday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m.
429 Mason Hall
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wil rule on the constitutionality
of the federal Broomfield Amend-
ment, signed into law by Presi-
dent Nixon last summer.
That amendment requires
postponement, pending full ap-
peal, of district court orders
which demand busing of students
across school lines for the pur-
pose of achieving a balance in
race, religion, sex or economic
Meanwhile state Rep. Morris
Hood, (D-Detroit) said yesterday
he wvill introduce a bill to re-
peal a section of Michigan's new
transportation law which bars
state funds to city bus lines
which aredused for school racial
U. S. District Judge Albert En-
gel yesterday adjourned proceed-
ings in the Grand Rapids school
desegregation case to complete
discussions with attorneys on prob-
lems involving evidence to be
presented at the trial.
U.S. District Court Judge Matt Byrne, above, will be presiding
this week in the Los Angeles courtroom where Pentagon Papers'
defendants Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo are standing trial
for leaking the alleged "secret documents" to the press.
PESC panel debates
societal role of 'U'
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Alpern accused a number of
University departments including
the chemistry department of not
giving tenure to faculty members
for purely political reasons.
Overberger strongly denied the
charge, stating the tenure deci-
sion in question'was given "a fair
and very, very rigorous review."
In a more theoretical light, panel
members discussed the functions of
"We are like a lighthouse, whose
beam of light shines out into the
chaos of the outer world," said
geography Prof. Ann Larimore.
The University was also de-
scribed as a place which provided
the opportunity for people to view
the society from an unbiased posi-
Tonight the topic of the PESC
lecture will be "The University
and Minority Students" while to-
morrow night's discussion will'"fo-
cus on "The University and the
As in last night's debate,'admin-
istrators, professors and students
will participate on the panel as
well as representatives of Various
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