THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, March 26, 1976
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'U' Regents, officials give
impressions after China visit
(Continued from Page 1) poster. 1 Though the briefing was rou-
three to nine months of train- "We were told that the ideal tine, "We were squirming in our
ing and is then sent to a rural age for marriage was about 23 seats," said Power, the fact
area. He can recognize the or 24," said Power. "We press- that it took place at all was
symptoms of common diseases, ed the question: what if some- significant.
knows the basics on health one decided to do things dif-
policy and family planning, and ferently? The answer: the ques-
can use acupuncture, herbs and tion would probably never arise
some Western drugs. He also because of peer pressure to con-
serves as the access point for form to the norm.
entry into the higher levels of
the health care system. "THE DIFFERENCE," said
HELLER SAID he was im- is organized and to one end."
pressed with both the doctors That end has been admirably
and the pharmacies. "If it real- reached - China's petty crime
ly works, it's very significant. rate is exceptionally low.1I
Most developing countries don't The group had the opportun-
even have medical care avail- ity to meet two Chinese judges.
able." There have been few meetings (Continued from Page 2)
Members of the delegation with judges over the years, and TO DEAL with "police sub-
were asked not to take pictures Prof. Whitmore Gray of the version" in the future, Ogles-
of airports, military installa- University law faculty called by suggests "defining specific
tions, or political wall posters. the meetings "a privilege." rules of democratic procedure
One member of the group was In addition, the entire delega- and following them."
reprimanded by the Chinese in tion met Liu Kai-feng, China's Haber states, "The system
Shanghai for photographing a Assistant Minister of Education. doesn't hold anymore, and now
is the tame to begin to shave
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VOTE to INCREASE the RSG FEE ASSESSMENT
Just look how much Rackham Student Government has already accomplish-
ed in areas which critically affect graduate students:
PART-TIME JOBS. RSG co-sponsors the Graduate HOUSING. RSG funded a Housing Office last sum-
Employment Advocate for Rackham which helps mer with up-to-date lists of available housing
students find part-time jobs. units in the Ann Arbor area.
CAREER PLANNING. RSG co-sponsors the annual If RSG can do all this with just 50c a semester,
NoAce miceNJob-Hunting Conference for grad- imagine how much BETTER RSG can serve gra-
N-Acastdem Jb ntduate students if the fee assessment is in-
uate students. creased.
RSG activities will then expand into these areas:
NON-ACADEMIC JOB PLACEMENT. As a direct result of ORIENTATION AND HOUSING. RSG wants to establish a
RSG's influence, the university has agreed to establish a permanent Orientation and Housing Office to meet the
Graduate Non-Academic Counseling Service in connection special needs of incoming graduate students. Reliable, up-
with the Offic of Career Planning and Plalcement and the to-date information woulud be supplied to graduate stu-
Rockham School, beginning July 1 st. To insure that gradu- dents concerning the housing situation, cost of living,
ate students receive the individual attention they need, availability of employment, registration procedures, stu-
RSG's money will be used to hire extra counselors for the dent services offered by the university, and many other fa-
new non-academic division. cets of university and Ann Arbor life.
NON-ACADEMIC JOB-HUNTING CONFERENCE. RSG RESEARCH FUNDING. RSG has already hired trained so-
needs more money to insure that this highly successful an- cial researchers to investigate day-care centers and Mar-
nual job conference will continue to be productive and ried Student Housing in Ann Arbor. Right now our staff is
well-attended in the future. researching the effectiveness of the Office of Student Ser-
ACADEMIC JOB-HUNTING CONFERENCE. In view of the vices in meeting the needs of graduate students. More
increasingly tight academic job market, RSG plans to in- money is needed to continue RSG's research into these
stitute an annual Academic Job Conference to help gradu- and other vital areas.
ate students find academic positions with 2-year and 4-
year colleges and universities. Guest speakers and work- RESOURCE FUNDING. RSG will continue its policy of giv-
shops will give practical advice in letter- and resume-writ- ing financial aid to student organizations whose activities
ing and other skills needed for a successful job search. serve graduate students.
Make checks payable to
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