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NEW BOWLING SIGN UPS
Mixed Leagues Forming
Open 11 a.m. M-PIN BOWLING
Mondays-Saturdays WIN A
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 9, 1974
Aspirants take stands

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tenance pilot program in a spe-
cific area. Reuther believes that
the heroin maintenance idea
had "tremendous merit."
All of the candidates empha-
sized personal integrity. Egnor
has proposed that a law be
passed that would make it a
crime for public officials to
knowingly lie to the public. All
the candidates have released
complete lists of all their cam-
paign contributors.
. PIERCE is the only candi-
date with a self - imposed limit
on contributions. He has ac-

cepted no more than $200 from
an individual or $500 from an or-
ganization.
Egnor will be the biggest
spender in the primary, project-
ing a $50,000 budget. Reuther
will spend close to $40,000, with
Lansing and Pierce spending
$20,000 and $15,000 respectively.
Reuther and Egnor were the
first of the candidates to re-
lease any of their tax returns.
Pierce plans to release similar
figures before the primary.
Lansing said she would release
hers only if she won the pri-
mary. All candidates favor

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When the primary is over and
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department and as associate
dean of the literary college.
ROBERT METCALF, chair-
man of the University's archi-
tecture department for the past
six years, has been named dean
of the newly reorganized College
of Architecture and Urban
Planning. The appointment is
subject to Regents approval.
The Regents have already ap-
proved the appointment of
George Bayliss, chairman of the
art department, as dean of the
new School of Art.
Last month the Regents ap-
proved separation of the College
of Architecture and Design into
two units, a College of Archi-
tecture and Urba Planning,
and a School of Art.
Daily Official Bulletin
Tuesday, July9
nay calendar
WUOM: two presentations from
AA Pub. Lib. series Booked for
Lunch; first speaker, M. Bracer, AA
Transp. Authority, reviews Acces-
sible City by Wilfred Owen. Second
speaker, Dr. E. Ponanski, reviews
Women & Madness by Phyllis Ches-
sler, is am.
A-V Ctr.: Koestler on creativity,
Aud. 3, MLB, 7 pm.
Music Sch.: Alan Stanek. clarinet
recital, SM Recital Hall, 5 pm.
General Notices
Attention veterans: Deadline to
request Advance Payment on your
V.A. Benefits for Fall Term, 1974 is
getting near; veterans who wish to
receive Advance Payment should
complete request form in Veterans
Certification Ofc., 1514 LSA Bldg.:
deadline for Law & Dental students
July 19; for other students, July
35.
Summer Commencement Exer-
cises: August s, 194, 2:00 p.m.,
Hill Aud. All graduates of the 1974
spring-summer term may attend.
rickets: Four to each prospective
graduate, to be dis tributed from
Aug. 5 to Aug. 16, at Diploma Dept
1518 LSA Bldg. Academic Costume:
The rental of academic costume
will now be handled by the stu-
dent bookstore, THE UNIVERSITY
CELLAR, Michigan Union. Candi-
dates for graduate degrees may
place orders immediately, and
MUST place them before July 19.
Candidates for undergraduate de-
crees need not place an order in ad-
vance; THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR
will have an ample supply on hand.
All candidatea fr degrees who
plan to participate in the com-
mencement exercises must wear aca-
demic costumes. Costumes rented
from THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR
must be picked up there on either
Aug. 12 or Aug. 13. Assembly for
Graduates: 1:11 p.m. in M. An-
nouncements: limited number of
graduation announcements for sale
at Infor. Desk, First Fl. Lobby, LSA
Slag.
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of Dir., Law Bldg., Lansing Mi. 489-
13. Seeking appliantt fur Policy
Analysts grades 09 thru 13, M's in
Bus. Ad., Pub. Ad., Econ., Pub. Pol-
icy, Pub. Health Admin., or Law.
Applications available at CP&P,
Apply to Mr. Martin G5iimosr.
Personnel Analyst, City of Mil-
waukee, Prefer degree in Indust.
Psych. Written Exam MUST be tak-
en in Milauke n July. Add, info
4& applicatons avalale at CP&P.

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