THE SUMMER DAILY
Tuesday, July 24, 1973
Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Tuesday, July 24, 1973
6:00 2 4 7 i 13 News
9 Curtship of Eddie's Father
20 stagecoach West BW
24 ABC News-Smith Reasoner
5 Cha-ese Way-Cooking
6.30 2 11 CBS-Rloge Mdd
4 13 NBC swNe-John Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith/Reasoner
9 iDream of Jeannie
4 Dick Van Dyke
50 Gilligan's Island
6 How Do Your Children Grow?
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
11 To Tell the Truth
13 What's My Line?
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Bowling for Dollars
50 I Love Lucy
56 Fench Chef
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 You Asked For It
7 11 Peice Is Right
9 Wacky World oftJonathan
13 Tenthor Consequences
50 ogan's H~eoes
56 Changing Music
:001 2 11 Maude
4 13 Baseball World of Joe
7 24 Temperatures Rising
20 Burke's Law BW
30 56 Eening at Pops
8:15 4 13 All Star Baseball
8:30 2 11 Hawaii Five-O
7 24 Movie-Drama
"Rolling Man" (1972)
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 9 News-Don Daly
20 There Is An Answer-Religion
30 56 International Performance
9:30 2 i7 Movie
"Cite Club" (173)
. t's a MsicalWorld
20 Seven Hundred Club
10:00 7 24 Marcus Welby, M.D.
9 To Be Announced
Daily Official Bulletin
Tuesday, July 24
Macromolecular Research Center: S.
Nootkura, Osaka Univ. "Heterotactic
Poly(vinyl Alcohol)," 3005 Chem. Bldg.,
Music School: Gal. Woodwind
Quintet SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
University Players: Shaw's "Mrs.
Warren's Profession," Power Ctre, 8 pm.
Attention Students:Julyr1, 4:00 pm
ilas' dale frte tis Sssse c-Halt Teem
when the Reistrar's Office will allow
refund for a 50 per cent Withdrawal
Summer Commencement Exercises:
August 1. 2 pn. inl Hill Aud. Reception
for grdates thie elatise and
friends in Michigan League Ballroom
immediately follawing cemny. Tic.
kets:dSalletoect prospectie gradu-
ate, dsteributed troms.Aug 0 ta Aug.
07, at Diplma Dept. 1510 LSA. Aca-
demic Costsme: May be rented at Moe
Sport Shop, 711 N. University. Orders
MUST be placed before July 28.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Action Peace Corps Vista: An Action
Representative will be on campus,
Homer Heath Lounge on 3rd floor of
Michigan Union. July 30. 31 & Aug. 1
to discuss opportunities with interest-
ed students. Appts. not necessary but
stop in between 9 & 5 for a visit.
The cantpus rep., Alison Montgomery,
of Action will be 1i Career Planning &
Placement Office from 12:30 on Wed.
& Thurs., July 25, 26 to answer ques-
tions for interested candidates.
THE SUMME DAILY, smmere edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXIII, No. 46-S
Tuesday, July 24, 1973
is edited and managed by students at
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THE STUDY GAME
HoW TO PLAY
Avoiloble in Paperbock
WASHINGTON .) - Black
enrollment in the nation's col-
leges doubled in the last five
years, but despite gains, blacks
still trail whites in income and
employment levels, a new Census
Bureau report showed.
There was about the same dis-
parity between median family in-
come for blacks and whites in
1972 as in 1967. About $6,900 for
50 Perry Mason BW
56 Detroit Black Journal
10:30 56 Legacy-Documentary
11:00 2 4 7 1i 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 One Step Beyond
11:30 2 11 Movie-Deama
4 13 Johnny Cacson
7 24 Jack Paar Tonite
20 New Directions
"The Quiet Gun." (1957)
12:00 9 Movie=Biogeaphy
"Incendiary Blonde." (1945)
1:00 4 7 13 News
1:20 2 Wagon Train
2:50 2 News
By GLORIA JANE SMITH
Well, tonight brings Crossing
to Mr. Floodas Party. Membera
Andy Sacks (piano), Cory Mullen
(guitar), Sarah Brown (bass) and
Mark Lipson (drums) play blues
that suffices for the most part
as pleasant "after dinner mu-
sic. Theirsreportoire includes
such tunes as Sound of Music's
famous "My Favorite Things.
Last week, the newly organiz-
ed group was joined by bongos
and hrass on stage and thebsound
was a little more meaty. Such
guest appearances by other local
artists may be expected in the fu-
ture (although not necessarily).
Hear them tonight at Flood's.
Also tonight, Okra (with jazz
they describe at a "slimy new
taste in the mouth") play at The
blacks and $11,500 for whites.
THE REPORT indicated that
during the 1970's, the rate of im-
provement in blacks' position in
the United States had slowed
down from the "substantial soc-
ial and economic gains' of the
"in recent years," it s a i d,
"progress continued in some
areas - notably education. How-
ever, in some other areas no im-
provements were noted. And in
1973, blacks still remain behind
whites in most social and eco-
The report said there is evi-
dence that the number of black
poor has increased in the last
year while the number of white
poor has decreased.
THE CENSUS REPORT deals
with the social and economic stat-
us of the black population in 1972.
It said there were about 727,-
000 blacks enrolled in college in
1972, which was double the num-
ber in 1967. About 18 per cent
of all blacks ages 18 to 24 were in
college, compared with 13 per
cent five years ago.
The number of whites enrolled
in college totaled 7.4 million in The report said there were 7.7
1972,' including 26 per cent of million blacks below the -1 3 W
youths ages 18 to 24. income level in 1972, about 33 per
The high school drop-out rate cent of the black population,
for blacks ages 14 to 24 also de- while there were 16.2 million
clined, from 23.9 per cent in 1967 whites in the low income cate-
to 17.8 pr cent in 1972. T h e gory, about 9 per cent of the
white drop-out rate in 1972 was total.
10.7 per cent. One-fourth of black families re-
THE PROPORTION of blacks ceive public assistance income
ages 20 to 29 who were high in 1971 compared with 5 per cent
school graduates increased from of white families. The proportion
54 per cent in 1967 to 65 per cent of black families and families of
in 1972. The proportion of blacks other nonwhite races with in-
ages 24 to 34 with at least four comes above $10,000 increased
years of college increased from from 2 per cent in 1966 to 30
5.4 per cent to 8 per cent. per cent in 1971.
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