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bunday, January 18, 1976

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Dr. Paul C. Uslan -
OPTOMETRIST
Full Contact Lens Service
Visual Examinations
548 CHURCH ST.
663-2476
SNTRODUCTION TO
KUNDALINI YOGA
as taught by
Swami Rudrananda

Fine arrested in
Wisc. bombing case

Course Mart class
features Gay studies

and
Michael Shoemaker
Beainners' Classes Every
MWF at 5:30 p.m.
RUDRANANDA ASHRAM
640 Oxford, 995-5483
Read and Uge

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MADISON, Wis. (R) - David;
Fine, charged in a fatal 1970+
antiwar bombing at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin,. was ar- I
raigned on federal charges and
released on $30,000 bail but was
arrested minutes -later on state'
felony charges.
Federal authorities released
Fine on Friday, but other po-~
lice were waiting to arrest him
on state charges as he stepped
from the door of U. S. District
Court at Milwaukee.
DANE COUNTY Dist. Atty.
Humphrey Lynch said Fine
would appear before Circuit
Judge Norris Maloney tomor-
row for a hearing to set bail onj
the state charges against him,
including first degree murder,1
arson and conduct regardless of
life.

He was arrested on a detain-
er filed earlier by Lynch and
was returned to Madison.
Fine, 23,.of Wilmington, Del.,
pleaded innocent Friday to fel-
ony charges of conspiracy,
damage to U. S. property, in-
terference with a research pro-
gram receiving federal assist-
ance, use of a destructive de-

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as a visitor, but plans to en-
roll, said she is interested pri-
marily in human sexuality and
feels the class "would be in-
teresting because it would be
looking at things from the homo-
sexual viewpoint."

"THINGS CAME up (at the According to Tsang the major
first sess ion) which never obstacles set up against the
would've entered my mind," the course were bureaucratic. Per-
41-year-old LSA (literary col- mission to put up leaflets ad-
lege) junior added. vertising the course was denied.
She said the class was "an Requests were made by mem-
open group as far as discuss- bers of the Course Mart Sub-
ing." committee that he change the
Another gay student said he title or put the words "gay and
feels the course would "have lesbian" in smaller type.

vice to commit a felony and MUSHROOM VIRUS
possession of the destructive de- UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -
vice. (U P I ) - Plant pathologists at
the Pennsylvania State Univer-
U. S. District Judge Myron sity are developing a method to
Gordon set a trial date of May detect virus infections of mush-
17 at Madison, with a pre-trial rooms.
conference set for May 7 at Mil- Scientists estimate the work
waukee. The judge ordered could save Pennsylvania mush-
Fine's attorneys to submit room growers crop losses of $8
their pre-trial motions by Feb. million to $11 million a year.
15 and gave the government un-
til March 5 to respond.

more importance if a lot more
straights took it, because they're
the ones that have to learn the
history of gay oppresison be-
cause they're the ones most
guilty of it."
He added that he feels the
course will lessen hostilities on
the part of both gays and non
gays.

NL RBI Leader
Greg Luzinski of the Phila-
delphia Phillies led the National

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League in
1975 with
Bench of
teammate'

runs batted in during
121. He led Johnny
Cincinnati by 11 and
Tony Perez by 12.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Sunday, January 18
Dal Calendar
TV Ctr.: Offstage: Artist in Resi-
dence, wwJ TV, channel 4, noon.
wUOM: States of the Union-fea-
tured state, Florida, 1 p.m.
Outing Club: Hiking, meet Rack-
ham N. Entry, 1:30 p.m.
PTP: The Robber Bridegroom, John'
Houseman's Acting Company, Power,
=3. 8 p.m.
Music School: Degree recitals-Lau-
ra Holland, mezzo-soprano, Recital
Hall, 2:30 p.m.; Paul Way, organ, Hill
Aud., 8 p.m.; Bonnie Gill, soprano,
Recital Hall, 8 p.m.; Faculty Cham-
ber Concert, Rackham Aud., 4 p.m.;
"Grand Duos of Three Centuries,
Part II, "Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m.; Eva
Jessye Afro-American Series, Cady
Music Rm., Stearns, 5 p.m.
Group on Latin American Issues:
Valparaiso Mi Amor; Por La Primera
Vez, Res. College Aud., 8 p.m.
Monday, January 19
WUOM: "Conductor in the Mak-
ing," Fred Callard, NRP, talks with
Joel Lazar, disciple of late Jascha
Horenstein, 10 a.m.
HIstory; Ctr. for West European
Studies: Dorothy Thompson, "Wom-

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en and Chartism," 1402 Mason Hall,
noon.
Ctr. Near Eastern, N. African Stud-
ies: Brown bag - Margaret Kahn,
"Kurds of West Azerbaijan," Com-
mons Rm., Lane Hall, noon.
Industrial, Operations Eng.: Ber-
nard Chern, Nat'l Science Founda-
tion, "U.S. Productivity and the Na-
tional Science Foundation's Ad-
vanced Productivity Research Pro-
gram;" 246 W. Eng., 4 p.m.
Hopwood program: U. underclass
awards; John Hawkes, novelist, "A
Reading," Lec. hall. Rackham, 4 p.m.
Computer. FORTRAN IV, MTS
Lectures: Brice Carnahan, "An In-
troduction to Digital Computers and
Computing Languages." Nat. Set.
Aud., 7:30 p.m.
.Ctr. Japanese Studies: Shinoda's
Double Suicide, Aud. 3, MLB, 8 p.m.
Music School: Degree recital-Jim
Burmeister, organ, Hill Aud., 8 p.m.-
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Jan. 21 - Prudential Life; Jan. 22
- So. Methodist U./Law, Cargill
Corp., & U. of Toledo/Law; Jan. 271
- Chemical Abstracts Serv., Etna
Life & Casualty, Nat'l CSS. & State
Farm Ins. Co.; -an. 28 - Procter &8

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Gamble Distributing Co, Leo Burn-
ett USA. Union Oil Co. & U. of Tex-
as/LBJ Sch. of Pub. Affairs; Jan. 29
- Rike's & Northwestern Natl Bank
of Mpls.; Jan. 30 - Mich. Dept. of
Commerce.
Historic Deerfield is accepting ap-
plications for its 1976 Summer Fel-
lowship Program for jrs & srs. sti-
pend provided; applications due Feb.
I; applications available in DOB,
CP&P; New York City Uban Fellow-
ship Program accepting applications;
Jrs, srs & grads encouraged to ap-
Dly; applacation dealline, Feb. i5.
More info in DOB; write for appli-
cations. Residents of NYC only;
Commonwealth of Virginia accepting
applications for Administrative In-
tern' Program; srs & grads encour-
aged to apply; for more info appli-
cation forms .see DOB at CP&P; ap-
plications due March 12. AFL-CIO
accepting applications for its Labor
Research Internship , Program for
year beginning July 1, '76; open to
grad students; salary provided; for
more info & appl cation forms con-
sult DOB at CP&P; applications due
March 15. Disneyland/Walt Disney
World accepting applications for
summer ,.Work Experience Program
in Enterta nment; for more info &
application forms see DOB at CP&P;
applications due Feb. 29.
Summer Placement'
31200 SAB, 763-4117
Irish Hills G.S. Council, Jackson,
MI.; interview wed., Jan. 21, 9-5;
openings in. counselors, special sts,
supervisors, many others; register.
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Sunday, January 18, 1976
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CAMP TAMARACK
TAMARACK'S in town
only 280 left
That's right! There are only 280 job openings left at
Camp Tamarack, in Michigan's lower peninsula. Camp
Tamarack is the summer camping program sponsored
by the Detroit Jewish Community, and we have 3 camp
sites in Michigan and Ontario.
We have openings for counselors, specialists, super-
visors, drivers, cooks, nurses. Contract season runs from
about June 15 to August 22.
Our recruiters will be interviewing for these jobs at
Summer Placement, 3200 SAB on Tues., Jan. 20 and
Fri., Jan. 23rd. Register in person or by phone 763-
4117. Applications available.

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