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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, Maay 28, 1971

Page Six THE MICHiGAN DAILY Friday, May28, 1971

BILLIARDS Michigan
TABLE TENNIS
Union
BOWLING Open
FOOSBALL This Weekend
DIAL 8-6416 9onight at
The suspense builds and builds and builds until you find yourself
wanting along with Mick Jagger and The Stones to scream
GIMME SHELTER
The Rolling Stones
GIMME
SHELTER

Democratic National Committee

cites governmental sex harriers
WASHINGTON (/t) - The 200 women to commissions and for the Performing Arts. Only
Democratic National Commit- advisory councils are ambig- three of the more than 150 of
tee announced yesterday that a uous. these units have woman chair-
detailed survey of top-level gov- "The name of the g a m e men.
ernment jobs shows women are shoulld be quality, not quan- "While past administrations
blocked from high-paying policy tity," Burg said. "Most appoint- have a scarcely better t r a c k
positions. ments are clustered in the tra- record," Burg said, "they were,
"Although there are some 10,- ditional areas deemed 'proper' perhaps, a reflection of t h e i
000 federal jobs that pay $26,- for women: the arts and edu- times. The Nixon administra-
000 a year or more, only about cation. Sixty-two are on a single tion is not keeping up w it h
150 are held by women," said committee, for instance - t h e the dynamic movement toward
the committee's vice chairman, Advisory Committee on the Arts equal employment opportunity
Mary Lou Burg. of the John F. Kennedy Center for women."
"We can only hope," she said,
that the recent breakthrough in M u / y
the U.S. Senate, where girls M r der of black lo m/yy
may now be pages in that 99
per cent male domain, is sym-
bolic of changing employment
opportunities for women s rparks Missi lp t rt$
throughout the government.
Burg said the study showed DREW, Miss. (A') - Bitter re- iod of high tension due to the
that in 36 agencies having a action to the death of a black slaying of 18-year-old Jo Etha
total of 1,209 supergrade jobs, girl shot from a passing car, Collier.
there are no women in the top triggered a demonstration and Officers said no one knew
posts. An exception is the Army, 31 arrests in Ruleville, Miss., why the shot was fired from the
she said, which has some yesterday. car into a cluster of young
women in high jobs. Police Chief J. D. Fleming blacks standing on a streel
The Democratic committee said Drew, which has a popu- corner here Tuesday night. The
said Nixon administration lation of about 3,000, seemed bullet killed Collier just a few
claims of appointing more than "back to normal," after a per- hours after she has graduatec

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from Drew High as an honor
student.
Arrested at nearby Cleveland
four hours after the shooting
were Wesley Parks, 26, of
Memphis; his brother, Wayne,
25, of Drew and their nephew,
Allen Wilkerson, 19, of Mem-
phis. They were charged with
murder and were transferred to
the state penitentiary.
In Ruleville, 10 miles south
of here, 200 Blacks staged a
protest demonstration shortly
before noon.
They were charged with ob-
structing pedestrian traffic.

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BULLETIN
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Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
FRIDAY, MAY 28
Day Calendar
Spring Film Festival: "The Gypsy
Moths," Aud. A, Angell Hall, 7, 9:30
p.m.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8-11 p.m.
Placement
CAREER PLANNING AND
PLACEMENT CENTER
Here are some jobs for people in-
terested in AA area; for more info.
call 763-1363 or stop in the office -
3200 S.A.B.
Businessman's Clearing House, bio-
engineer to begin immed; also appli-
cationo engr., degree in ME prefered,
IE okay; 6 mos. - 1 yr. exper. in mfg.,
drafting, or something related.
Mott Children's Center, Flint, psy-
chologist with MS or Ph.D. and exper,
in testing pre-school children.
(Continued on Page 10)
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