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THE MICHIGAN GAILY

Thursday, August 12, 1971

.oeToTH IHGN ALhrsaAgst1,17

Create a jail cell.
We'ye done it.
Not because we like prisons, but because people live in
them and we design for people.
Were a college called Parsons School of Design, part
of a University called The New School for Social Research.
Our students and faculty worked with the city to design
the cell blocks in the new Women's House of Detention,
here in New York.
In fact, we have an entire program devoted to Urban
Design, part of our Department of Environmental Design.
It's taught by professionals who are truly concerned with
social, cultural, and ecological design problems.
Our students have designed drug treatment centers,
mental hospitals, zoos, parole offices, slum renovation
projects and an awful lot of private homes.
If you're interested in this sort of design, or virtually
any other, write to us now. Classes begin September 9th.
!- Please realize that tthis does not guarantee you anything bt a ctatog and application.,
! Se hare openings, hut we also haoe standards. If too are a transfer stodent, snd a loan- !
l cipt. Only oneyearof liberal artscedit requitedfor degee.Up toone year ofstudio I
!credit also tranferable towards sour BFA.
Parsn eboot oIf Design.,
! 410 East 54 Street, New vok, N.Y. 10022.
! Name._________________ ____---
I Street atd City.. ..-.. -..
!State atd Zip Code. _________________!..__________
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W. Berlin mayor 1to speak at 'U'

The Hen. Klaus Schutz, Lord
Mayer of Berlin, is expected to
make a major foreign policy ad-
dress here Sunday.
The- keynote speaker at this
year's summer commencement
exercises, Schutz will address
an estimated 2,500 graduates and
their guests on "The Possibility
of a Lasting Peace in Europe."
achultz will receive an honor-
ary doctorate of civil law degree
from the University after he
makes his commencement ad-
dress.
The West Berlin political lead-
er will be here at a time when
Big Four negotiations on Ber-
lin are reaching a climax.
Schutz, a member of the So-
cial Democratic party and a
close advisor to West German
the marx brothers in
MONKEY
BUSINESS
gain' on at
auditorium a
angelr hal
Sat.-1 & 9:30 p.m.
AUGUST 14
ann arbor f inm cooperative

Chancellor Willy Brandt, will
reportedly refer directly to the
talks on the future of his city
which are presently underway
between the Soviet Union, the
United States. France and Great
Britain.
On Monday, August 16, ,Schutz
will attend a special conference
presented by the University's
tnstitute of Policy Studies.
The professional level confer-
ence will center on research con-
ducted in West Berlin.
Among the conference partici-
pants will be former Detroit
myor Jerome P. Cavanaugh and
a group of German journalists

who will be accomrpanying
Schootz on his three-day visit
here.
Schcutz, whose visit to the
United States is expected to in-
clude a meeting with President
Nixon, is a political scientist
who once stuadied at Harvard.
Born in Beidelberg in 1926,
Schulz also studied at Hum-
boldt University and the Free
University of Berlin. Elected to
Germany's Bundestat in 1957. he
becsine senator for federal af-
fairs in the Berlin government in
l961 and was named governing
mayor of West Berlin in 1907.

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Bl1L FT~i1i opplitcant's proposed study plani, and.
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civns candidsteswhohavoe not bad
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 12
Day Calendar
Applies. for U.S. Gav't Scholarships
for 1972-73 under the Forbright-Hays
Art must he completed and ited with
Grad Fellowship Ofe, 1014 Raekham
Bldg, by Oct. 11, 1971. Under this prog.
wili be at least 554 awards -anailable
with ocer 42 countrims expected to
participate. Candidatea must be U.S.
Citizens at time of application, have
a bachelor's degree or its equivalent

. . - - -

Organization Notices
Gan Liberation front open meeting,
Thur sc, August 12, 1:30 p.m., 2nd
01ocr SAB.
Gay Liberation Community Osnce,.4
Friday, August 03. 8:00 p.m.. F i rst
Unitarian Church, Woshtenaw at Berk-
shsire.
The Michigan Daily, edited and mon-
aged by students at the University of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Claws potage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan. 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48104. Published daily Toes-
day through Sunday morning Univer-
sity year. Subseription races : $10 by
carrier, $10 by moilt
Suommer Session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Suhscrip-
tion rates: $5 by oarrier, $5 by mall.
"Best Actress "of the Year" Z
- Jane Fonda
--New York Film Critics

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with the three-part look of
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Sizes 5 to 13.y
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