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Thursdcy, Aprtil. 14, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pone Seven

Thursday, April 14, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paoe Seven

Regents meet today

(Continued from Page 1) Rhodes has already used the
They were originally submitted tentative guidelines during his
by Vice President for Aca- two-month evaluation of the
demic Affairs Frank Rhodes. Department of Population Plan-
ning. Earlier this week, Rhodes
Rhodes has been anxious to recommended to the Regents
establish a clear-cut set of pro- the elimination of the depart-
cedures to be followed by Uni- ment by July 1978.
versity officials when deciding
if college programs must be He called for a re-organ'iza-
dropped. "We do face a serious Eto fDPstahn n e
onsearch activities to be divided
he explained. "It is clear we're i between a new interdepartmen-
ange the face oftthe Univer-otal program and the Center for
chage he aceof he nivr-Population Planning. The de-
sity." partment is currently part of
The guidelines, if passed as the University's School of Pub-
expected by the Regents to- lic Health.
morrow, would establish three _
basic steps for cutting depart- Harvard plays its first four
ments: first, the program would football games at home this
be reviewed by the individual year.
college or school; second, the
Office of the Vice President fore
Academic Affairs would ex-
amine this decision and make Where Ho
its own recommendation; and
finally, the Regents would then 0
take their own vote. Eastern Mich

RhoIdes

0 EMEDIATRICS
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DOUBLE FEA TURE!
PLAY IT AGAIN SAM
7:00 and 10:15
AND
CASABLANCA
8.30
FRIDAY, APRIL 15
NAT. SCIENCE AUD.
SUMMER
Do what interests you most:
folk dance, work at an
archaeological dig, study at a
university, live on kibbutz. And
at the same time, have a short,
in-depth Israel experience.
Summer programs offer you a --
number of extra curricular
activities: you can spend a week
in Sinai, visit a settlement in the
Golan Heights, tour big cities
and historical sites. Meet people
and gain awareness of Israel as
a social, economic, cultural, ""
religious and political reality.
Have a good time while you are
doing it. Contact the Israel
Program Center and inquire
about five-through-nine-week
summer programs.
American Zionist Youth Foundation,
Israel Program Center
220 South State St.
Chicago, Iss. 60604
(312)9?39-6427
F For information, please send to the above address. 6 - 4

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OPPONENTS OF the pro-
posed guidelines have charged
that the plan omits necessary
student input.

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. 6, -- De-
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said yesterday the United States
is ready to consider any specific
Soviet counterproposals for stra-
tegic nuclear arms limitations
but insists on equality at re-
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ried forward the Carter admin-
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a ccor din g ly if the Soviets
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arnt one of t I'rn.
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