The Michigan Daily-Saturday, February 18, 1978-Page 3
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Too heavy to carry
There was a time when Frank
Rhodes was satisfied with rocks and
the books people wrote about them..
But the one-time Geology Professor
metamorphized into an ad-
ministrator and fluttered off to Cor-
nell University last year, leaving his
mineral interests behind. Yester-
day, however, the Regents found a
present for the University: 4,700
books and papers for the Geology
.Department courtesy of the former
Academic Vice-president. Thanks
Like match sticks in an ash
tray after a long evening, the re-
mains. of this ore loading dock
rise out of the misty Lake
Michigan water while an old
wood coal barge drifts lazily in
the background. Modern tech-
nology has triumphed again -
these remnants of the past have
recently been replaced with new
Real life experience often beats out classroom learning, and in the
case of Columbia University student Kevin Spivak, it paid. Spivak, a
first-year law student, was dissatisfied with the apartments in his
dormitory because they were unpainted and the appliances didn't
work, so he sued the Ivy League Institution. A Small Claims Court
awarded him $40 court costs and a $20 rent rebate. "I think every first
year law student should find someone to sue," Spivak said. "They
would learn a lot they wouldn't pick up in class."
CEW Research Grants
The Center for the Continuing Education of Women has announced a
research grant program to foster new research on women. Research
should focus on questions relating to adult development, education,
work, and family in the context of changing roles and changing in-
stitutions. A limited number of grants up to $1,000 will be awarded.
Applications are available at QEW, 330 Thompson St. Applications are
due April 14 for spring review, and October 15 for fall review.
gads. Not really a whole lot on hand today. Even if you attend
everything listed in Happenings, you're still going to have
quite a bit of time on your hands, so today is your chance
to create your own Happenings. But while you're
waiting for inspiration. . .Jean King, head of the Michigan delegation
to the International Womens Year Women's Uonterence will discuss
"What Happened in Houston?" King will speak at 10 a.m. at the Ann
Arbor Public Library. . . take the kiddies to The Poundhouse
Children's Center at 10 a.m. for a showing of the film "The Red
Balloon." Poundhouse, located at 1024 Hill St. will hold an open house
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. . . . wrapping up this incredibly exciting day at
9 p.m., will be Melaveh Malkeh with Rabbi Levi at Hillel. There will be
live music and free refreshments.
Carter sends.envoy to Et]
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) - Aaron was met at the airport by
David Aaron, a personal envoy from Ethiopian Foreign Minister Felike
President Carter, arrived here yester- Giorgis. U.S. sources here said he
day in a bid to improve U.S.-Ethiopian probably would meet today with the
relations, currently at their lowest level Ethiopian head of state, Lt. Col.
in more than a quarter-century. Mengistu Haile Mariam.
In Washington, meanwhile, Sta te.THE VISIT was not announced here
Department spokesman Kenneth in advance and no statements were
Brown said the United States has made to the press.
determined the number of Cuban troops Earlier this week Mengistu threat-
in Ethiopia has risen from 3,000 to 5,000. net ireak re tions what he cend its
He said the number of Soviet military States if it conttued wlooheca teis
advisers here remains at 1,000. policy of 'causig the bloodshed of the
THE PRESENCE of the Cubans and peoples of Africa."
Russians, who are helping Marxist- He said the Americans were indirec-
ruled Ethiopia in its Ogaden Desert war tly supplying arms to Somalia through
with neighboring Somalia, is certain to such nations as Egypt and Iran. Addis
be a key subject in talks between the Ababa launched a counter-offensive
Addis Ababa leaders and Aaron, a top last month to regain the disputed
assistant to Carter national security Ogaden region of southeastern
adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski. Ethiopia from the Somalis.
The State Department has also said THEAAa m sorwas aneseve
Aaron will assure the Ethiopians of con- thefore engistu issued hispthred even
tinued U.S. neutrality in the Ogaden A State Department official said
conflict. Thursday in Washington that Aaron
Daily Official Bulletin
would try to gain a better understan-
ding of the Ethiopian view. The
Ethiopians expelled a U.S. military aid
mission last year, and Washington
currently does not have an ambassador
"Since we are going through a rather
delicate period in our long and valued
relationship with Ethiopia, we thought
it appropriate to raise the level of the
dialogue. . . to provide a special oppor-
tunity to explain U.S. policy to the
Ethiopian provisional military gover-
nment, particularly our efforts to
promote a peaceful settlement to the
Ethiopia-Somalia conflict," said the
official, who declined to be identified.
IN GENEVA, Switzerland, Ethiopia's
ambassador to the U.N. Geneva offices,
Tadesse Terrefe; reiterated his coun-
try's allegations that Somali troops are
supplied with Western weapons, are
financed by Saudi Arabia and are direc-
tly backed by thousands, of Egyptians
Egypt quickly issued a denial in Cairo
and said it has no plans to send troops to
Terrefe also told a Geneva news con-
ference that Ethiopia's air force is one.
of the best in Africa and does not have
to rely on Soviet or Cuban pilots, as the
Somalis have charged.
TERREFE ALSO said he did "not
know" of any Israeli arms sold to
Angell Hall Aud. A
Saturday, February 18
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1978
Career Planning & Placement
Hughes Fellowship Program, will award 100
Fellowships this year for graduate study in Elec-
trical/Electronic, Systems, and Mech. Engrg; CCS;
Physics; and Applied Math. Write: Hughes Aircraft
Company, Corporate Fellowship Office, Culver City,
Ca. 90230. Brochures available at Career Planning
Rosalie B. Hite Fellowships: Postdoctoral
Fellowships - PhD or M.D. and a project
showing promise in the area of cancer
research. Predoctoral Fellowships - requires
admission to-the U. of Texas Health Science Center
Grad School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston.
Area of study is to be in a field related to cancer.
Psychodrama Internships and Residencies
available for the program offered at Saint Elizabeths
Hospital, Washington, D.C. This hospital is a Federal
psychiatric facility which is organizationally a part
of the Dept. of HEW.
State Farm Companies Foundation Exceptional
Student Fellowship - Applications available. 12
fellowships, stipend $1,500 deadline is February 28.
Selection based on leadership, character, career in-
terest and desire, and scholarship. Eligibility is not
based on financial need.
National Newspaper Food Editors Internship
Program funded by Tupperware Home Parties.
Juniors or seniors majoring in Journalism or Home
Ecomonics can win a paid summer internship with
the food department of a major daily newspaper.
3200 SAB 763-4117
W. R. Grace & Co., Columbia, Maryland. Summer
Intern Program. Must have chemical background
and a year of study toward an MBA. Further details
Summer Intern Government Programs available
to undergrads, and grads. various agencies covers
fields of drug abuse, mental health, research analyst
in Gerontology, poli. science majors, admin, and
tech, openings. You must study these on your own.
Camp Echo Lake, New York Coed. Will interview
Thurs. Feb. 23 'from I to 5. Openings include ar-
ts/crafts, waterfront (WSI), nature, tennis, dance,
cabin counselors. Register by phone or in person.
National Music Camp, Interlochen, Mi. Will inter-
view Tues., Feb. 28 from 9 to 5. Openings include
nature, arts/crafts, waterfront (WSI), athletics,
cabin counselors. Register by phone or in person.
Camp Tamarack, Mi. Coed. Will interview Tues.,
Feb. 21 and Mon., Feb. 27 from 9'to 5. Openings for
counselors, specialists, kitchen staff, nurses,
caseworkers, and bus drivers.
Blue Lakes Fine Arts Camp, Mi. Coed. Will inter-
view Thurs., Mar. 2 from 9 to 5. Openings include
waterfront (WSI), recreation director, archery,
Nippersink Manor Resort, Wisc. Will interview
Mar. 1 and 2 - Weds., Thurs, from 9 to 5. Openings:
waiters, waitresses, recreation staff, maids, kitchen
help and many others. Register in person or by
THDE WILD CHILD
Director-FRANCOS TRUFFAUJT (1970k
Based on the 1806 memoirs of a French physician, the reGovd begins when a
child is found living in the forest like an animal and thephysician sets for
himself the task of educating the boy, a being wholly alien to "civilization."
Truffaut, with a simplicity and directness not seen since THE 400 BLOWS,
achieves a depth of vision treating love, freedom, the nature of childhood
and childhood's end. Godard's description "rigorous and tender" has never
been more opt of Truffaut's films.
78 9 p.m. $1.50
Sunday: Henzell's THE HARDER THEY COME
Business staff makes change
The reins of power shifted hands this week as the Daily's business
staff elected a new slate of officers. In the front row, left to right, are
Dennis Ritter, National Sales Manager; Nancy Grau, Business
Manager; Pete Petersen, Advertising Coordinator. In the second row
are Karen Urbani, Assistant Display Manager; Denise Gilardone,
Sales Manager; and Lisa Culberson. Way in the back are Classified
Manager Carole Schultz and Operations Manager Shelley Seeger.
Congratulations to all and best wishes for a prosperous year.
On the outside . .
If you liked.yesterday, you'll love today.We can expect partly cloudy
skies, light winds and a high of around 24 degrees. Tonight will be the
same as it has been all week,'with a low around 8-10 degrees. Fewer
clouds will be hanging around tomorrow, and you can expect it to get
even cooler for the first part of next week.
AN EVENING OF CARTOONS
All your favorites folks! An excellent selection featuring:
Road Runner, Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and
FEBRUARY 18th 7:00, 8:35 and 10:10
COMING WED.-SOUNDER-MLB 3
the ann arbor film cooperative PRESENTS:
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, February 17, 18, 19
The Eighth Ann Arbor 8mm Film Festival
Schorling Auditorium, School of Education
8MM filmmakers from all over the U.S. and Canada will compete for $1000
in cash and prizes, given by an awards jury for excellence in the growing
field of 8MM. Friday shows at 7 and 9 and Saturday shows at 2, 7 and 9 are
all different. On Sunday at 7 and 9, the prize-winning films will be screened.
ADMISSION $I.00 per show
Saturday, February 18
Every Man for Himself and God Against All
(Werner Herzog, 1975) 7 & 9-MLB
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