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Sunday, September 24, 1972

]HE MICHIGAN UAILY

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Sunday, September 24, 1972 iHE MlCHl(~AN VAILY Page Seven

. All LS&A S tudents ... LOOK'
Advance Classification Appointment Schedules
WINTER TERM-1973

Relatives disappointed at AWAIT TRIP HOME

delay in return of POW's

POW's and families
relax, enjoy Hanoi

By The Associated Press
Stateside relatives of t h r e e
American pilots released fromj

take the freed men over.
Radio Hanoi on Friday charged
that U. S. military officials were

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Office of Underclass Advising, 1213 Angell Hall

North Vietnamese prison camps "lying in wait" at Vientiane air-
reacted to a delay in their return port in the hope of "taking posses-
yesterday with disappointment and sian of the three released pilots'
resentment - most of it directed and returning them to U. S. mili-
at Hanoi but some at Washington. tary control."
Three American fliers released The broadcast stated that, in or-
from North Vietnamese prison der to avoid jeopardizing future
camps last week failed to arrive prisoner releases, the men should
in Vientiane on an Aeroflot flight be allowed to fly on civilian air-
from Hanoi yesterday, apparently craft, give a 30-day leave, given
because North Vietnam feared a complete medical examination at
waiting American officials would the hospital of their choice
WOMEN S COMMUNITY SCHOOL
K Women are needed to organize, teach and
take classes--I

ADVANCE CLASSIFICATION GROUPS FOR LS6,A FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES
sophomores) will be held between October 16 and November 28. Appointments for
will be made according to the following schedule. An equal number of spaces in each
available for each alphabetical division..

(except BGS
these groups
group will be

Students whose last names begin with:
A-G
H-N
M-R
S-Z
Pre-Business, Medical Technology, and
Physical Therapy

Make appointments on:
Monday, October 2
Tuesday, October 3
Wednesday, October 4
Thursday, October 5
Friday, October 6

HANOI (A - The long early,
morning,+ drives down darkened
roads, the meetings with war vic-
tims, the questions and interviews,'
are over.
"It's unwinding time for all of
us," said Prof. Richard Falk, one
of the escort party of American
pacifists in Hanoi waiting to take
home three released U. S. pilots.
On Friday and yesterday the pi-
lots and other visiting Americans
wandered around a Hanoi that
seemed to have suddenly forgot-
ten war to celebrate the tradition-
al autumn children's festival
As the moon glittered on the
lake, Navy Lt. Norris Charles!
munched moon cakes and sipiped
the sweet black coffee tradition-
ally served at this holiday time.
"This is bizarre," said Air Force
Maj. Edward Elias who for four
months had been held as a prison-
er of war in a Hanoi prison. Hanoi
residents are by now well aware of
the pilots.
Posters erected on the city
streets depict brave women sold-
iers capturing pilots. But there
is no sign of resentment or anger.
A Vietnamese official said,
"Don't you understand? We have
forgiven them."
A field trip to the port of Hai-
phong, reported devastated in
B52 strikes in April, had been
planned for Friday but the North
Vietnamese canceled it after Mrs.

Gartley said she was tired.
A little later, Cora Weiss, co-
chairman of the Committee for
Liaison that had been handling
prisoner release, announced to the
party: "No more trips, no more
interviews. Relax, we're going
home soon."
Weiss and her party of David
Dellinger, William Sloane Coffin,
and Falk have been making exten-
sive field trips themselves.
The pilots read a lot and talk
with anyone who will bring them
up to date on the American and
world situation. Gartley was in a
prisoner-of-war camp for four
years. r
The pilots say they are enjoying
relaxing, but uppermost on their
minds is the journey home. That
seems likely in the next few days.
North Vietnamese officials have
fbeen checking health cards and
preparing departure formalities but
Weiss has said only that the mat
ter of departure is in the hands of
the North Vietnamese Foreign
Ministry and the route out is not
yet decided.
Weiss on Friday cabled Presi-
dent Nixonher intention to take
the men back to the United States
in a civilian plane and said that is
the desire of the Hanoi govern-
ment. Weiss insists that unless the
release goes as planned, future re-
leases will bejeopardized.

MONDAY, SEPT. 25th-8 P.M.-
333 MICHIGAN UNION

Students not making appointments on their scheduled day may sign up for Advance Classification
groups in 1213 Angell Hall beginning October 9.

FOR INFO:

CALL CLAIRE, 763-4186

Junior-Senior Counseling Office, 1223 Angell Hall
In an effort to reduce the confusion and the chance for error duruing the Preclassification period,
the dates upon which completed forms may be turned in to 1223 Angell Hall will be staggered, ex-
cept for Seniors graduating at the end of Winter 1973, no materials will actually be processed until
Monday, October 16.
Students may begin to schedulue Preclassificafion appointments according to the following schedule:

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Group I
Group II
Group Ill :
Group IV
Make up date
Group I
Group II :
Group l l:
Group IV
Make up date :
JUNIORS
Group I
Group I:
Group Il:
Group IV
Make up date

ENIORS GRADUATING END OF WINTER TERM
September 25-27 Appropriate departmental
September 25 1223 Angell Hall
September 26 1223 Angell Hall
September 27 - 1223 Angell Hall
September 28-29

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office

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ALL OTHER SENIORS (84-plus Hours)
October 2-4 Appropriate departme
October 2 1223 Angell Hall
October 3 1223 Angell Hall
October 4 1223 Angell Hall
October 5-6

ental office

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Ann Arbor Civic 'Ballet
will hold
AUDITIONS
FOR MAJOR AND JUNIOR CORPS
male and female dancers needed
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27-7:00 P.M.
at SYLVIA STUDIO
Tel. 8-8066 for further information
Concert Dates-72-73 Season

AND SECOND SEMESTER SOPHOMORES (55-83 Hours)
October 9-11 Appropriate departmental office
October 9 1223 Angell Hall
October 10 1223 Angell Hall
October 11 1223 Angell Hall
October 12-13

original works of graphic art---etchings, lithographs,-
by leading 20th century artists:

Pablo Picasso
Salvador Dali,

Johnny Friedlaender
Alexander Calder

Marc Chagall
Joan Miro
and others.

Georges Rouault Victor Vasarely

You must appear in person and bring your I D card to make an
group number, find your field of concentration.
GROUP I

Anthropology
Astronomy
Biophysics
Chemistry
Classical Archaeology
Classical Studies
For Eastern Long. &
For Eastern Studies

Geography
Geology
History of Art
Linguistics'
Neor Eastern Lang. & Lit.
Physics
Pre-Professional-
1058 L.S.&A.

Lit.

GROUP II
American Culture
Communication Science
English
GROUP II
Biology
Botany
GROUP IV
Anthropology-Zoology
French
French T.C.
German
Music
Psychology

appointment. To determine your
Psych-Speech-Hearing
Romance Linguistics
Russian & East European
Slavic Lang. & Lit.
Social Anthropology
Studies in Religion
Zoology
Social Work
Mathematics T.C.
Journalism
Political Science
Pre-Professional ONLY
go to 1058 L.S.&A.
CAcrobiology
Cellular Biology

SUNDAY, SEPT. 24th at 3
WEBER'S INN
EXHIBITION: 1:00-3:00 p.m.
3050 JACKSON RD.

:00 P.M.
Admission Free

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NOV. 26 - Joint Concert with A.A. Symphony
Orchestra
DEC. 9-Mrs. Santa's Christmas Party featuring
Coppelia
MAR. 23-Spring Concert-Power Center

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Mathematics
Philosophy
Economics
History
Sociology
Spanish
Spanish T.C.
Speech
Speech Correction

Actual appointments will begin on Thursday 5 October for Seniors graduating at the end of
Winter 1972 and forms will be accepted in 1223 Angell Hall for priority processing beginning Mon-
day 9 October and continuing through Friday 13 October.
All other BA candidates may begin to submit forms for processing on Monday 16 October.
Approximately 175 non-graduating Senior forms can be processed each day, beginning Oc-
tober 16, and they will be forwarded in direct ratio to degree program population. In this way the
election of a degree program (i.e. BGS) in itself DOES NOT provide any unfair advantage. Once
a student has met with an advisor, and has an approved set of elections, the completed ELECTION
REQUEST form is returned by the student to 1223 Angell Hall.
OPTIONAL COUNSELING
Graduating Seniors (Winter 1972) must make pre-classification appointments (September
25-27) to get approval for the last semester's elections and to secure a concentration release form.
All other Optional Counseling students may secure pre-classification materials beginning Oc-
tober 1 in 1223 Angell Hall and may return the cocmpleted Election Request forms on Thursday 12
October for processing beginning on Monday 16 October.

This is Newsprint.
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Harmless looking, isn'it

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BGS Students
GRADUATING SENIORS must see Linda Fink (1223 Angell Hall) on September 25-27 to make an
appointment with the BGS counselor or another member of the Administrative Board and may turn
in preclassification materials to 1223 Angell Hall on Thursday, October 5 for processing beginning
Monday, October 9.
FIRST SEMESTER JUNIORS (Winter, 1973) may come to the BGS Fruitstand opposite 1220 Angel
Hall beginning October 9, identify themselves, obtain "Request to Continue" or "Request to Elect"
BGS forms, trade completed forms for validated Election Request materials and return those ma-
terials to the Fruitstand on Thursday, October 12 for processing beginning Monday, October 16.
FRESHMAN BGS students must make Group Counseling appointments along with all other L.S.&A.
Freshmen.
ALL OTHER BGS STUDENTS may, beginning Monday, October 9, identify themselves at the Fru,-
stand opposite 1220 Angell Hall, obtain validated Election Request forms and return them on
Thursday, October 12 for processing beginning on Monday, October 16.

All by itself, this innocuous square of paper hardly
seems important. But every week about 170,000
pounds of newsprint comes into Ann Arbor as news-
papers or to be made into newspapers. Well-packed,
that would make a square pile 20 feet on a side and
10 feet tall, solid newsprint. After the news is read,
+e naner kureA indonth are forntten Rut the

Fortunately, there is a solution. Old newsprint can
be recycled and made into paper products, thus
sparing the landscape and trees that would other-
wise have been cut. In Ann Arbor the Ecology
Center has a recycling station on South Industrial
Highway, off Stadium, just south of the Coca-Cola
bottlers It's open from 10 a.m. to 4:30 o.m. Wednes-

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