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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, l

October 41 . 19-15

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sctu rdoy, October 4, 1915
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FEAST OF THANKSGIVING
SUNDAYS AT NOON
Come by and help us celebrate the Feast of Thanksqivinq)
each week in the living room of the biq, blue house ont
the corner of Catherine and Division. two blocks north of
Huron. After the Holy Meal, we put on a simple, but good,
homemade lunch and set to know each other a little
'1 better.
Noon seems like a decent hour to get up on Sundays.
There's always lots of coffee, and some folks find this a
ciood place to do their Sunday ritual readinq of the New
York Times.
The House is open 9-6, Tuesdays throuah Sundays.
Pot-luck Picnics on Fridays around 6:00 p.m.
CHAPLAINS; The Rev. Andrew Foster
The Rev. Bruce Campbell
218 IR. dii'i~on,
ann arbor, mih, n18108- tdeo rte 665-0606

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Notices
should be sent in TYPEWRIT-
TEN FORM to 409 E. Jefferson,
before 2 p.m. of the day pre-
ceding publicationsandby 2
p.m. Friday for- Saturday and
Sunday. Items appear only once.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication.
For more information, phonej
764-9270.
Saturday, October 4
Day Calendar
Artists, Craftsmen Guild: Fall Art
Fair - works by 75 Guild artists,I
5th & Detroit Sts., across from
Farmers' market, 8 am-6 pm.
WUOM: Special, "The Land of
Plenty, 11 am; From the Midway-
"The Art of the Conductor," I. Ben-
ny Goodman; II. Margaret Hillis,
10 am.
Football: UM vs. Missouri, Sta-
dium, 1:30 pm.
Chemical Engineering: B. Carna-
han, "The FORTRAN IV Program-
ming Language III," Nat. Sci. Aud.,
7:30 pm.
Pendleton Rm.: Ars Musica, Un-
ion. 8 pm.
Music School: Contemporary Di-
I rections, Rackham Aud., 8 pm.

Summer Placement.- U.'-t-
3200 SAB, 763-4117g'
Attention students: It is that
time of year again when you should (Continued from Page 1) renewal of arms sales would bers. States, in selling weapons to
strike up a friendship with your rus problem. harm U.S. - Greek relations and; The easing of the embargo Turkey, will not only be
Summer Placement Office. Before create more difficulties towards was coupled with an amend- able to control where and how
you know it, deadlines come up, THE EMBARGO was imposed reaching a Cyprus settlement. ment requesting the U. S. Pres- these arms are being used but
employers are here to interview, last February in reaction to iGeorge Mavros, leader of the ident to consult with Turkey on will also have control over what
.state & national parks apple areGereMvolaeofte iettcoslwihTreon ilasoaecnrloerht
due, etc. If you're a seasoned stu- Turkey's use of American sup- Center Union - New Forces keeping opium out of illicit drug is cultivated in Turkey, how
dent re-register, if new, register plied arms in its invasion of Cy- party, said that President Ford markets and to report back to and where. Now we expect the
to learn the ropes and get ac- prus last year. should realize that the decision Congress within 60 days. prime minister to announce of-
quainted. "It is natural for Greece to would not only harm Greek- But Bulent Ecevit, Turkey's ficially and publicly that Tur-
Career Planning & Placement expect that those who favored ! American relations but would powerful opposition leader, said key cannot accept a decision
3200 SAB, 764-7456 the resumption - and these make it harder to reach an this "means that the United tied to such conditions."
Oct. 6: Burroughs Corp., Wash- were many - will at least work agreement over Cyprus.
ington U. Sch. of Law, & U. of toward the direction to facili- Andreas Papandredu, leader Young virtuosos booked for
Kentucky / Grad. Schools tate the finding of a just solu-
Oct. 7: Washington & Lee U. Law, tion of the Cyprus issue," the of the Pan-HellenicSocialist
U. of Kentucky, & The Department statement said. Movement, called on the Greek Baltinore concert season
Oc 8: Upjohn, U. of Chicago/ sThe sateent added, "it is government to quit NATO and BALTIMORE A') - Balti-:; petition in Moscow, violinists
Grad. Schs., & Washington U Law self-understood that the Greek abolish U. S. bases i Greece. more Symphony conductor Ser- Eugene Fodor and Masuko
Oct. 9: Manufacturers Nat'l Bk., government cannot but express F 0 L L 0 W I N G THE giu Commissiona has planned a Ushioda and pianist Susan
Northwestern Mutual Life, & Car-Iits regret for the approval of Turkish invasion of Cyprus in concert season that features Starr; violinist Pinchas Zuker-
gill, Inc.
Oct. 10: Carnegie Mellon / Grad. the resumption of arms deliver- July last year, Greece withdrew many of the best-known young- man, who won the Leventritt
Sch. of Industrial Admin. ies to Turkey." from the military wing of NATO er performers in music. Competition; pianist Murray
Oct. 13: Bell System claiming the alliance had been "The season of the young vir- Perahia, and Rafael Orozco,
Oct. 14: Battelle, N. W. ResearchI
Center MEANWHILE, Greek opposi- unable to prevent the threat of tuosos" will include three win- who won the Leeds Piano Com-
Oct. 15: Rike's tion politicians claimed that the war between two of its mem- ners of the Echaikovsky Com- petition.
Oct. 17: Harvard Business School, --- _ -_-
& J. L. Hudson Company.
University of Michigan Law Day-
STues., Oct. 21, 1975 -a10:00aam. t
T:ve epre2ens Le caus Expert says rugs ,Labor Dept. reports
room. (30) or more law schools will
have representatives on campus to1
visit with students interested in i
attending Law School. They will t~cau ee a Ei ei
tacusdtosrnkes gradeshose operactivity unemployment d
the admission process, values at-
taced o cas rak, radsLSAT,
references, & financia aid erBy JAY HIRSCHMAN children may also react adversly WASHINGTON OP) - The na- l',ssness increased from 15.7
ment of State will be at CP&P on Half of this country's five to compounds found in aspirin tion's unemployment rate was weeks in August to 16.2 weeks in
Oct. 7 to discuss career opportuni- million hyperactive children de- and which naturally occur in 8.3 per cent in September, the; September, the highest that's
ties: and requirements and proce- veloaed that condition because certain fruits, berries and vege- ninth consecutive month that it been since late 1961.
dures for applying for a position. vopetbeua en bv ih e cn, oiivIietegv
Call 764-7456 to schedule an ap- of additives commonly found in tables. has been above eight per cent, On the positive side, the gov-
pointment. processed foods, according to a Feingold was one of the key- the Labor Department reported ernment asserted 70 per cent of
y leading allergist, note speakers at the University's yesterday. 172 industries reported job

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said that artificial colorings and
flavorings - cosmetic, nonnutri-
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American diet may lead directly
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velopmental disabilities which was slightly below the August equipment, primary metals, ma-
ended yesterday. jobless rate of 8.4 per cent, the chinery and furniture industries.
total number of unemployed was Total Sentember employment
OTHER n o t e d nutritionists 7.8 million, a drop of only a few of 85.4 million, unemployment of
and educators made presenta- thousand during the month. 7.8 million and the labor force
tions .during the three-day ses- THE Labor Department said of 93.2 million, were changed by
sion sponsored by the Institute there was one bright spot in the only a few thousand from Aug-
for the Study of Mental Retar- igures, an increase of 180,000 ust.
dation and Related Disabilities. in manufacturing employment THE number of persons who
Dr. Allan Cott discussed th to a total of 18.4 million. lost their last job ncreased by
use of massive doses of sidam Ford administration officials 300,000 in September and totaled
"samasss of ombattivitamins welcomed the September job lss 4.6 million, a return to the July
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He noted that patients often claimed Treasury Secretary Wil- J"Ubs Shiskin, commissioner
take as long as three montns to liam Simon. " labor statistics for the Labor
respond to such treatment and The Labor Department noted Denartment, maintained that
that some adverse effects have that the unemployment rate re- while emnloyment gains in Sep-
been reported, even though the mained well above the rate of tebr~aer "anneared to be small,"
technique is generally consider- 5.8 per cent a year ago when the the nation nevertheless is exper-
ed safe. sharp increases in recession- encing a vigorous recovery from
prompted unemployment first the recession.
OTHER participants, iicltided began. "It has to be recognised that
Dr. Morris Lipton, who claimed IT ALSO said that unemploy- the recession was a deep one
that the megavitamin therapy ment increased in September in and that it takes time to build
advocated by Cott needs further two key job categories - adult hark to the previous high 1ev-
study men and heads of household, the hac" e htol theeorsioal
studv. mpeoples.who normathlycareesbread
Lipton said previous studies people who normally are bread oint E-onoitic Committee.
whave found that magavitaminn winners for their families. Un-
thnues fuhae meen ineffecieemployment among teenagers, a
teangshave been leffetve third key area, declined. THE MlCHIGAN DAILY
in treating adults although more The Labor Department said volume LXXXvi. No. 27
data is needed to guage the im- th nmber hrdcor uSaturdayOctber 4, 1975
pactnmbonofchildren.une- isedited and rnan~ged by students
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