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Saturday, May 8, 197 1


Page Eleven

F'students 11q UVOFIli,


win awards ~~U 1f~
FE(rie nanvesilyt' rc oh, bi_. 1)<1v (U ?( II -
_wll.alism hornm the 1D"11OI,]( --- u
Cliib Foundation. so't RHN' AY h
.Jamnes Alyengrad. f:sn ~Alcrn.
itiii 7 1:t : a named inner of the hr1.: 1 i Knelt3Mo li Pc nts -Tonig ht--
College Grand award far hi,,c *5 ii ooiIiil c!)c
Garbage for the Chief'a Son,'
which appeared in the Daily. Allyit ''UDIV, MAY THE MAN onteI50fAt-lcI~ta'T l ii i 11N("i7,("<_,(
alo wohe $ 1efirtilei-olaee awrd A % Mph'.I+ <<e Mi l c itii1(clii ' "
expreaaion of opinion category' - IB RT
Stuart Gannea '71 waa awarde
$300 aa the fiast-place award win- General NoticesV LA C
ner in feature writing. Gannes is Focuty aiidlStafi hlt grice mt- VA NC
a former Daily Editorial director. hilt tictktits:fraloil iniaond to pin-
In the excellence of expressior chase go to Miii. AthlIetic hue., iieo Modern-action weslern, diec-
excteyJamea Beattie, '72, Daily S tateoudeaoliiie tar seotuog priorily
executive editor, won the $100 July i5. ed by John Foid. 119621 With
third-place award.- James Stewart, Lee Van Cleef,
Suaan Jonea, grad, from New Placem 7ent Andy Devine, Lee Marvin. See
York City, won sloe for third place CARL ER PLANNING the toue story of who killed
in feature writing. She ia currently 32f0 S.A.B. Liberty Valance
workng n he maters dereein toe mare iefa about followcig on-
workig onher aiters deree n touncementsr, roil 764-6338, or stay in
journalism.oalioe.Tm rowSna
-- -- ~~~Intervirw: May 14, Bob Eltms will in-TorowSna
sirhview prople intertedt in State tUni'.
Computers, j+ open College at*Lkiftala'a perom oato
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noanced that the Michigan Termi- inner-city teaehing, stiudy ad teach-
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ing on its normal achedule. Ter- anid English as a forign language. Call
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of Oregon; phatagraphting the American in the role that brought her
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An tnttoductory attempt to understand the ptoblems of America's
homoseoual minority lrow the points of vtew of sociology, psy-
chology, law, and theology. Special attention will be given to the
Model Penal Code, the Wolienden, Quaker, and Hooter reportts,
and to the homophile civil rights movement. Selected papers will
be distritbuted for discussion. All sessions will be taising the ques-
tion: what might an enlightened religious viewpoint and public
policy be? Convtnet. Lloyd W. Putnam, OlsA Educationol Director.
Open tu all intercsted persans- straight or guy.
TUESDAYS-7 :30 p.m.
May 11, 18, and 25, Jane 1
801 S. Forest
MICHIGAN UNION ( 3rd flner) -764-7442
~Homooeouality presents a major problem for our society latgely
because of the amount of injustice and suffering entailed in i
not only foe the homosexool hot also f or those concerned about
him . Homosexuality is often viewed with either disgust or
anoiety, emotions which interfere with an objective understand-
eng of the problem . . . Educational programs should both give
information and reploce judgmsntal and condemnototy ttitudes
with wore objectise attitudes:"
-Task Force Report on Homosexalaity,
National Instilute of Mental Health,

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