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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 21, 1977

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ATTENTION
LSA COLLEGE STUDENTS
The LSA Student Government is currently making appoint-
ments to the following college committees:
CURRICULUM COMMITTEE
ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE
ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
STUDENT-FACULTY POLICY BOARD
There are also 3 vacant LSA Student Government Executive Council
seats to which students are being appointed. All currently enrolled
students in the LSA college may apply for positions BY 5:00 p.m.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1977.
Filing forms and interview sign-up sheets are available at
4001 Michigan Union.
(763-4799)

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South African student claims Gandhi res
police faked 1976Zulu riot democratic
(Continued from Page 1) he African community. . Mji said the only remaining
boot style, peculiar to African According to Mji, however,. avenue for change in South Af-
ch a rift couldn't be farther rc s"re tuge"She
fromthe truth. "There isn't any said this conclusion had been (Continued from Page 1),
AT THE TIME, the attn-k on conflict between the peoile "very difficult" for her to make.
enxeftorncient, 1b y ntr h1l'kq themselves " despite the fact She said, however, all other detain persons without trial for c
was widely publicized by the Soweto residents come from di- methods for achieving a, racially up to two years. The govern- l
South African government as v1erse tribal. gro'ns and "sneak just society have been tried and ment also said the security actig
evidence of a sharp rift within it e ery language" failed. should be used in the future p
J st a every n..... ...........only in exceptional cases. un
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN THERE WAS NO official dis-p
closure of how many political sc
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Friday, January 21, 1977 gram, and Curtin Matheson -,opposition political sources
DAY CALENDAR Scientific, Inc. E claimed the release order would 1S
Guild House: Soup and Sandwich Feb. 2 - Ford Motor Company, i affect several thousand of rank-
luncheon, 50 cents, vicki Patraka, Lord & Taylor, OUr andfes mees. Mos
new Women's Program Coordinator Abraham & Strauss. Un-fl party mmes otP
(Women's Advocate), 802 Monroe, Feb. 3 - Burroughs Corporation, opposition leaders were releas-
noon. and Chase Manhattan Bank. ed in the past few months. t
Philosophy: Robert Stalnaker, Cor- Feb. 4 - K-Mart Apparel, and S b c i to Y
nell U., "Assertion," Aud. D, Angell, Allstate Insurance Company. i The end of censorship on the he
4:00 p.m. nation's press rpeetdone
Music School: Edward Parmentier, Phone 764-7460 for information on the mos represented
harpsichordist, SM Recital Hall; the following: of the most dramatic actions
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rights; a
ient established by law in the
ountry."
During. the emergency, the
overnment gradually let news-
apers censor themselves, but
ntil yesterday's action editors
ere still subject to periodic
republication orders and advi-
ories from the censor.
Former Deputy Prime Min-
ter Morarji Desai made the
onfident announcement of for-
mation of the new Janta -
eople's - political party. "We
ope to win a thumping majori
V, not just a small majority,"
e said.
The 80-year-old Desai, who was
eleased from prison two days
go after being detained since
une 1975, said the Janta party
ould put up a single slate of
andidates in, the various par-
amentary constituencies to en-
ire that their supporters' vote
as not split.

Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensem-
ble, Symphony Band, Chamber
Choir, Hill Aud., 8:00 p.m.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB -764-7456
RECRUITING ON-CAMPUS
Feb. 1 - Metropolitan Life Insur-
ance Company, Roosevelt Uni-
versity/Lawyers Assistant Pro-

Community Career Opportunity
Conferences planned to help col-
lege students, especially seniors,
graduate students, explore the vari-
ety of careers available to them in
their home townes They will be held
in these states: Indiana, New Jer-
sey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsyl-
vania, and virginia.

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symbolizing,
the emergen
The gover
sorship in th
emergency o
opposition1
knowledged1

the relaxation of
ncy. a
nment invoked cen- w
he first hours of the c
on June 26, 1975, and lie
leaders later ac- su
that the rigid press w,
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restrictions naa done more t a
anything else to crush vocal dis- The tactic is designed to lim-
sent against Gandhi's rule. it the chances of Gandhi's Con-
were barred from gress party winning .the elec-
Newspapers weebre rmtions by a mere plurality of.
publishing items that could "de-tiotsy asmerppenudaitho
nigrate the institution of the as has happened in the
prime minister" or "bring into five previous general elections
hatred or contempt the govern- held since independence in 1947.
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A CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY SPIRITUAL EXPRES-
SION & INQUIRY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SPONSORING IN THE WINTER TERM, 1977, MAJOR
PROGRAMS IN THESE AREAS:
EPISCOPAL CAMPUS MINISTRY
This year Canterbury House is committed to working with
students and other people in the University who are inter-
ested in new approaches to Christian liturgy. Individual
counseling on personal and spiritual matters is available
by arrangement with the Chaplain.
HAIR-RECONSTRUCTING
VIET NAM
Canterbury House is sponsoring a production on campus
of the Broadway musical HAIR. One dollar from each
ticket will go to Friendshipment for the reconstruction of
Viet Nam which is necessary because of vast damage re-
maining from the American involvement in the war.
HAIR will be performed in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
from February 17 through 20. Group ticket sales are
available.
C.C. JUNG SEMINARS
A six session course in Basic Principles of Jung's Analyti-
cal Psychology will be offered on Thursday afternoons,
1 to 3 pm., at the Residential College, room 32, begin-
ning January 20. The Wednesday Evening Jung Seminar
will meet at 8 pm., at Canterbury House throughout the
term to consider more advanced topics in Jungian psy-
chology.
NATURAL HEALING
Programs on health and healing energy will continue each
Friday evening,beginning with herb tea at 8 p.m. A series
of workshops where people can learn about particular
natural healing approaches will be added to the lecture-
presentations. A booklet on educational resources in the
area of natural healing is being compiled and will be
published and distributed this term.
GAY ISSUES
Discussions are held each Sunday at 3 .p.m. which give
gay people an opportunity to discuss questions of personal
meaning in their lives. Canterbury House also participates
in efforts to improve the rights of gay people at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. The Canterbury House staff is avail-
able to talk with gay people who are experiencing dif-
ficulty, either connected with religion or not connected
with religion.
STUDENT POETRY READINGS
Canterbury House is sponsoring a program this Winter
term to encourage Michigan studens to read their own
poetry in public readings on campus. This includes help
in arranging locations for readings, small amounts of
money for advertising, and the opportunity to be pub-
lished in the Canterbury House poetry series, copies of
which are available in the Pendleton Arts Information
Center on the second floor of the Michigan Union or at
Canterbury House.

MORE IDEAS ARE WELCOME
Canterbury House will sponsor additional programs as
ideas and issues emerge during this year. Your ideas are
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