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'Wednesday, November 5, 1 975


"TEMCIA:_LY: Wdedy Nvme ,17

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BORG-WARNER CORPORATION will have four repre-
invite you to come and discuss career opportunities with
us. The following divisions will have a recruiter at the
Placement Center of the West Engineerinq Buildinq all
day to talk about positions in the areas specified below.
The Corporate Headcquarters representative will be at the
Placement Center in the Business Administration Building.
BORG-WARN ER CHEMICALS-Research and Development
Technical-Ph.D. Chemistry (Organic, Polymer or Physi-
cal), Ph.D. Chemical Engineering. Operations-B.S. Chem-
icals, Mechanical or ElectricalI Ena ineering.
velopmentB.S., M.S., Electrical Enineering, B.S., M.S.,
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering.
CI'RDlPIRATE UEADflhAT90v__A-na'n#Dvl

Wednesday, November 5

ALBULT'I White bucks busing
ness, Darkness, M1112 SPH II, 12:10 1

I nterns, resideints
'be gin billing striie
(Continued from Page 1) demands are certain "patient

DyCalendar D UMLv a' onMeigIpIS. D
WUO: iv Nt'lTon eein Dietrich W. Roloff, "Re-! 5 s o
-Panel discussion, "Character in cognition n aaeeto h
Politics & Public Office," 10:30 am. High Risk Inf ant," 130 S. First, 3-5
Ctr. Russian, E. European Studies: pm (Continued from Page 1)
Brown bag, Robert Donia, "The; Thomas M. Cooley Lecture: Wil- WT 9prcn ftevt
Moslem Intelligentsia in Bosnia: A 1am E. Nelson, III, "The Develop- WT 9prcn fte.vt
Contemporary View," Commons; ment of the Concept of Judicial Re- tallied in New York, it trailed
Rm., Lane Hall, noon.i view: 1725-1875," 100 Hutchins Hall, 513,481 to 353,133. And in New
Epilemiolagy: Chits. Shipman, 3:15 pm.Jesywih8prcntote
"The Selective Ihibitions of Herpes I Physics: W. F. Fry, U of Wiscon-Jesywih8prcntote
Simplex Virus DNA by Arabinosye sin, 'tThe Simple Physics of Vio- precincts reporting, that state's.
Nucleosides," 3042 SPH I, noon. lins: Did Stradivari Have a Secret?" amendment was losing 625,851
Public Health Films: Somebody 1 170 P&A, 4 pm. to 625,500.

cession with 1,500 backing it.

In Kentucky, the 44-year-old oin ha situation s~1i1Iario inatcare" provisions5 which would
Carroll,. a Paducah attorney o h local HOA, interns and'establish separate personnel un-
and moderate on racial issues, residents at the Cook County its to be responsible for blood
held down Republican Robert Hospital in Chicago are present- drawing services, x-ray techni-
Gable's majorities in the sub- ly staging a partial work stop-, cian work, and intravenous sur-
G b suroudin. Luisill topage. Hundreds of doctors there veillance = duties which interns
urbsa surr ouning Louisillte t have walked off their jobs and and residents now perform.
wi-nnlr ~ ful fnir-ven ter in te

m t ormMBA.iPrdcinoMaktn.i watingJunkies Are People; Dark- Useful Math Seminar: Romest IP -.-. je preseuyp u~~~uiy
YORKsDPro SIO-.B.A.inr (Egionere Mahinery Saigal, Bell Labs, "Uses of Recent in the Upper Penmnsua, Iron governor s chair he inherited emergency services.TEHAcam
Product Marketng Enineer, Manufacturinq Enineer, Fixed Pont Algorithms," 3209 An-Monanrsdtsoulyv-lstJur. Hodeen said yesterday that present situation force.
Meanic Enginee(nenatoa)BS General, Industrial,Gj gel, 4 pm.I ed against the proposed Seafar- CARROLL'S running suhatwrkstppge"hsbe tors to divert their
Gop o ai mrcnIsus rPoet.aU .Nv on Thelma Stovall, easily defeated discussed" by the local UQA technical responsibiilt
ANEQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Ha euem a flair for women in Latn America: A Doule beuntatied system that would herGO opnetbuis- and asserted that"tapos-he soudb dvo
AN atisic witiq? ay'sWor, Na. S. Ad., , 9pm.be installed in the region.ma Shirley Palmer-Ball, to be- bility exists." He added that a time to patient can
If yousre interest- Ann Arbor Teach In: William Ima
ed.in eviewhg Burroughs, Ed Sanders, John Grir- The outcome, in the advisory come the states first woman work stoppage, if and when it quenty, the HOA cn
poetryNE and music ono, poetry readingsi Menesson, vote, was 1,778 against Seafarer lieutenant governor, occurred, would appy to non- quality of patient cae
tors aturttes l t 612 in favor. I issipwihas a mrec evcs only. fered to he point w
botteMusic School : Degree Recital, Re- inad pital care is substand
drmdance, film ctal Hall, 8 pm. OESinMrute n nv
at:Cntact Arts Career Planning & Placement Iron Mountain rejected referen- state's No. 2 post, Democrat "HOWEVER," cautioned Ho- pared with other ho
rc/ The 3200 SAB, 764-7456 dums on making the UP the 51st Evelyn Gandy defeated Repub- deen, "it (a work stoppage) is the nation.
Mihgn Daily. Recruiting on campus: state and thereby "secedinglia Mao BilPtck fntinhe figinhe er "aintaeac
November 10, 11, 12, and 13, 1975 l MyrBl arc fut ture." fig Hodenar "ptentce"isthnu
h.-Action, Peace Corps & VISTA willI from the rest of Michigan. Laurel. uue"Hden i h u
be at CP&P..J About 3,400 voters opposed se- isetI er
________ _____ - -- In Boston, the contest was The HOA has been neotit-isu thatwer
J_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ close between the 46-year-old ing with a University bargain- about."
- White and his opponent, 37-year- ing team since July 22, but have "Wages are not a
old state Sen. Joseph Timility, been unable to reach agreement1 sue," he remarked, t
____________________________________________before the mayor .finally ap-I on any of the key issues in the' two parties have yet t
tued his third four-year term dispute. a basic economic pa
by about 8,000 votes. Foremost among the HA's HOA has demanded
____________________________________ cent wage increase
V S9 'U' has offered six pe
IVQ U I\ v sPanel comy.promises SaLaricraseman
Ssala Sy WELLe as dend
_______________________________________________ments in. patient care
as askd forcerta
benefits and have e
~QI~on hs siger emoviable affirmative a
LE U K E Y U A M N NO -1 J C ET S O( continued from Page 1) approve them. A University sp
Ref eigrring specificallyt to the Mother CIA official, John said yesterday that th~
LET S K EP OU ARM IN S OW-ION JAC ETSstory reported by CBS newsman Blake, deputy director for ad- pital negotiators "wel
DailSchorr, Pike said: "It ministration, said the CIA has willing to talk," and
is possible we do have a leak bought limousines and in one were '"hopeful of re
N~S~" ''~'~~' ~ ~1~ ~\ *'..~~\' ~'~t~~ ~on this committee." case a golf putter, strokeMcoun- settlement."
\\ \ U i,, ter and golf hat for foreign of- Thtwpaiear
\a ,a' PIKE suggested it was also ficials. Thetwo aantiar
ipossible Schorr got the story But Blake told the committee mood surrounding ti
\\ , \from someone in the administra
S"f'tio wh watedto akeit ookin reply to a question: "We have will hardly be an
, \ \ \a \ . like a leak from the comumittee. not provided drugs or sex." oe, according to i
"~~~ '~~~ Schorr reported the committee Pke said the committee had o uc etee
has been told former President no quarrels with CIA Directorsad"Ionthv
Richard Nixon and Kissinger ap- William Colby, 'ho had cooper- for tht.
\ \ i '\ j proved an operation over objet- ated openly with the panel and
~~"* ~~ t~ons from bth the CIA and was fired by President Ford. TOASprts
. State Department for the CIA to But, he added, the lawmakersI the second time in o'
\ \' supply Soviet and Chinese arms had shown "a great deal of that the HOA has res
to the Kurdish rebels in Iraq reluctance to go against Kissen-joacinnanat
jobactoatn nthee
atth request of Iran. ger," who has at times balked solve a labor disput
Pik an ohermemer oft turning over certain informs- University.
the committee have frequently tion
referred at recent hearings to ______________ On October 2, 1974i
a " a covert operation approved by residents at Ulniversi'
Vi.a president and Kissinger over staged a work slow!
CIA and State Department ob-mrhdi apce
jections without saying what it~ the hospital.
Williamy But, after only o
1 A CIA official,Wila Nelson, picketting a n d adn
told the committee yesterday D a~ily 1 slowdown, an agree
. that it would be possible for a 1'' ' reached. That contra
president to approve a coveon
intelligence operation wihoSepteber i iedS
"5-approval of even the five-memi C ssi i d then the interns an
h..\ en National Security 'Council have worked continu
S\ \ 'committee that is supposed to: out a. contract.
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