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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, December 2, 1972

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UAW announces five DAILY OFFICIAL.BULLETIN

strikes against GM
DETROIT (UPI) - The United GM confirmed yesterday it had
Auto Workers union has served been sent the notices on Thursday,
five-day notices of intent to strike opening up the possibility of a
five General Motors Assembly Di- walkout at 12:01 a.m. next Friday
vision plants next weekend. by some 25,000 UAW members.
Plants affected by the notices

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2
DAY CALENDAR
Basketball: Michigan vs. Notre Dame,
Crisler Arena, 2 pm.
School of Music: Jenny Essers, violin,
SM Recital Hall, 2:30 pm.
Professional Theatre Program: "The
Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-:
Moon Marigolds, Power Center, 3, 8 pm.
Wrestling: Michigan vs. Pittsburgh,
Crisler, 4 pm.
School of Music: Thomas Janson,
bass doctoral, SM Recital Hall, 4:30 pm.
Musical Society: Handel's "Messiah,"
Choral Union, Donald Bryant, conduc-
tor, Hill Aud. 8:30 pm.

The Columbus School of Law, Dec. 15,
11972.

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Schultz given
econ. council
leadership
(Continued from Page 1)
has been considering stepping down
as chairman of the Republican Na-
tional Committee, said yesterday
he will meet soon with President
Nixon to discuss the timing of his
departure.
Nixon reportedly favors a full
time national chairman, and
sources say that Dole's exit would
probably come no later than the
GOP national committee meeting
next Jan. 19.
Dole told a Kansas radio station
he intends to quit. "I think the
point is I've said all along that I
don't intend to continue as chair-
man, as it interferes with my sen-
atorial duties . . . particularly in
the next two years with the extra
effort I'll be making to win re-
election."

were GMAD facilities in St. Louis
and Kansas City, Mo., Wilmington,
Del., Janesville, Wisc., and Willow
Run, Mich.

:ESENTATIVE ON CAMPUS: Le-
Paul-Emile a rep of the Peace
orm the Ivory Coast will pre-
film and talk with students in
ns Rm in M.L.B. at 4:00 pm.,
Dec. 5, 1972. She is seeking MA
tes or BA's fluent in French to
nglish in African Countries.
L I C ADMINISTRATION IN-
HIPS: N. Y. State offering in-
ps (beginning salary $9,935 for
Check with Career Planning &
nt for complete details. Dead-
filing in N.Y. is 1/15/73.
OF CANADA has opportunities
l year students, undergrads or
ds, in Econ., Commerce or Bus.
Jobs are in Ottawa. For com-
fo check with this office,
R PLACEMENT
Ford Museum/Greenfield Vii-
penings as guides. History, dra-
speech, and language back-
desirable. Details available. In-
deadline January 19.

STUDENT
DLAY
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RAUPP Campfitters
ALL
ALPINE EQUIPMENT
AT
10% OFF
Sat., Dec. 2 Only
(Must bring student
I.D. with you)
>{ RAUPP
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f521 S. Ashley-769-5574

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All but the Willow Run plant Rive Gauche: India weekend, 1024 for fina
have been shut down in the recent Hill St., 9 pm. postgrac
string of "long weekend" walkouts CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT pdiin
staged by the union to force GMAD1 3200 SAB
INTERVIEWS ON CAMPUS: Aetna SUMME
officials to come to quick terms Life Insurance Co., & Northwestern
on production standards disputes. Univ. School of Law, Dec. 4; Dept. of 212SAE
Housing & Urban Development & Main Henry
The hit-and-run strikes began Lafrentz & Co., Dec. 5; International lage. Op
eal .nOtbr n otne voluntary Services & M. I. T. Dec. 6; matics,
early in October, and continued New York Life Insurance Co. & Stan- ground
each weekend until Thanksgiving. ford Univ. Grad School, Dec. 7; and terview

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Workers who failed to show up
the day after Thanksgiving would
not have been given holiday pay.
"It is our hope and desire that
all of these will be settled no later
than Dec. 8, and hopefully before
then," said UAW Vice President
Irving Bluestone.
There are closecto 55,000 farms
in North Dakota, covering 42 mil-
lion acres and providing jobs for
about 33 of every 100 persons em-I
ployed in the state.

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PRE-CHRISTMAS
GIFT BOOK SALE
Includes Publisher's Remainders, Reprints,
Cse Outs and Special Imports
7O2LLETS
StteSteeH GN -O StrE
State Street at N. U.-Open Saturday Afternoons

Bursley Hall Needs
Professional Quaades
WOULD YOU LIKE A JOB THAT:
" EMPHASIZES WORKING WITH PEOPLE?
" ALLOWS YOU TO USE YOUR EXPERIENCE
AND ABILITIES?
" OFFERS PLENTY OF ROOM FOR
CREATIVITY?
TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE? COME TO BURSLEY,
MON., DEC. 4 AND FIND OUT THE DETAILS.
MEETINGS FOR STAFF APPLICANTS:
0 RESIDENT ADVISOR-7:00
" RESIDENT DIRECTOR-8:30
0 LIBRARIAN-8:00

AP Photo
Schultz speaks
Secretary of the Treasury George Schultz is shown as he talks
with newsmen yesterday regarding his new responsibility for
coordinating all economic policy as an assistant to President Nixon.
Listinfigs conltinued

Counseling shows
some improvement

(Continued from Page 1)
cause of the diversity of interests
and the tremendous size of the of-
fice, little has been done to change
it.

people," she said. Jackson feels
that the structure can only allow
for the interaction of people and
Sis not directly responsible for the
quality of the counseling."

STUDENT GOV'T COUNCIL
VACANCY
One seat-member-at-large
sign up for interviews 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Room 3X, Michigan Union
For info. Call 763-3241
Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. Dec. 4, 1972

(Continued from Page 3)
4 Explorers
7 Michigan Outdoors
9 This is Your Life
50 Hee Haw
56 Family Game
7:30 2 Young Dr. Kildare
4 Adventurer
7 Town Meeting
9 Beachcombers
56 Playhouse New York
8:00 2 All in the Family
4 Emergency
7 Alias smith and Jones
50 Roller Game of the West
8:30 2 Bridget Loves Bernie
9:00 2 Mary Tyler Moore
4 Movie
7 Streets of San Franeiles
"The Takers"
9:30 2 Bob Newhart
10:00 2 Mission: Impossible
7 Sixth Sense
50 Lou Gordon
56 Net Opera Theater
10:30 9 Document
11:00 24 79 News
11:15 7 ABC News
9 Provincial Affairs
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Movie-Adventure
"The Long Ships." (Enmd
1964)
4 Johnny Carson
7 Movie-Comedy
"The Amorous Adventures O
Moll Flanders". (English;
1965)
9 Mo'vie
"The Eddy Duchin Story."
(1956)
50 Movie
"Master of the World." (1961)
1:00 4 News

wcn today
fm 89.5
9:00 Morning After Show
12:00 Progressive rock
4:00 Folk
11:00 Oldies .show (runs until 3)
7:30 Rhythm & Blues
CurvedAir
(Continued from Page 3)
Ihashing of e a r I i e r material,
"Over and Above" provides the
appropriate beheading of this,
Curved Air's third.
In the words of Warner Bro-
thers, "Curved Air is a group
that takes its listeners seriously
and challenges the pop world
with profoundly artistic yet dy-
namically entertaining music that
merits and demands total at-
tention . . . Phantasmagoria,
with its colorful electronics, daz-
zling instrumentalism and seduc-
tive title song, is Curved Air's
most appealing album."
Though I like both WB and the
band, I'll have to think about
that one.

Morris sees the computer as the On the whole both Jackson and
future key to a brighter future for Morris are optimistic on the fu-
counseling offices. His most am- ture of counseling. "It's a very
bitious plans involve a totally com- exciting time," Jackson said.
puterized registration and informa- "There is real interest among ad-
tion system. mninistration, faculty and studentsE
"The computer is having a fan- in making counseling responsive to
tastic effect on counseling," Mor- the needs of students."
ris says. "It skims off the less - .
profound counseling, the more
technicaldinformationwwhich chan-
ges rapidly. It allows for more
human counseling."
The computerized registration is
scheduled to get underway on a
limited basis sometime within the
next year. The massive informa-
tion system, on the other hand, is
only in the planning stages and is
awaiting further funding.
Morris believes that if the
structure of counseling can be im-
proved, so will the quality.k '
Jackson looks at the picture dif-
ferently. "The quality is in the
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