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Page 2-Sunday, Februory 24, 1980-The Michigan Daily
ATENTON LSA STENTS
The LSA Student Telethon will begin on March
30. Part-time evening work for four weeks is avail-
able for interested students. Pay is $3.50 per hour.
Interviews will take plaCe during the week of March
10. Please check ads in the March 11 and 12 issues
of the Daily for further information.
Housing Applications
for
University Owned
FAMILY HOUSING
Applicants requesting occupancy:
BEFORE JUNE 15, 1980 may apply March 3, 1980
AFTER JUNE'15, 1980 may apply
BEGINNING APRIL 1, 1980
For up-to-date family housing information and applications,
contact the HOUSING INFORMATION OFFICE, 1101 STU-
DENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING, 763-3164.

Daily Official Bulletin

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1980
SATURDAYFEBRUARY 23, 1980
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB
On-Campus Interviews:
Camp Tamarack, Ortonwille & Brighton, MI. All
types of camp positions. Sign up now for interviews
on February 26.
Cedar Point, Sandusky, OH. All types of positions
in the hospitality, food, and recreation industries.
Also one marketing asst. position. Sign up now for in-
terviews on February 28.
Farm & Wilderness Foundation Camps, Plymouth,
VT. All types of camp and farm work. Sign up begin-
ning Feb. 26 for interviews on March 10.
Emma Kaufman Camp, Morgantown, PA. All
types of camp positions. Sign up beginning Feb. 26
for interviews on March 11.
Camp Tamarack, Ortonville & Brighton, MI. All
types of camp positions. Sign up beginning Feb. 26
for interviews on March 12.
Easter Seals Camp Hickory Ridge, Howell, MI. All
types of camp positions. Sign up beginning Feb. 26
for interviews on March 12.
Nippersink Manor Resort, Genoa City, WI. All
types of positions in the hospitality industry. Sign up
beginning Feb. 26 for interviews on March 13 and
March 14.

Camp Tanuga, Kalkaska, MI. All types of camp
positions. Sign up beginning Feb. 26 for interviews on
March 14.
Doe Chemical, Midland, MI. Positions for students
having completed the sophomore year in computer
science, business, chemistry. Sign up now for inter-
views on February 27.
To sign up to see any of these recruiters, come to
3529 SAB or call 764-7456 after Tuesday.
FEDERAL SUMMER JOBS:
Announdement No. 414-Summer jobs with the
federal government in a variety of fields. Highly
competitive. Apply early. Come to 3200 SAB for
details and application materials.
FEDERAL SUMMER INTERNSHIP
PROGRAM:
Highly competitive internships for graduate
students and very highly qualified upperclassmen.
Includes positions in life sciences, physical sciences,
social sciences, business administration, computer
work, statistics, m'athematics, engineering, urban
planning, etc. Come to 3200 SAB for details and ap-
plication forms.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1980
Daily Calendar:
Center for Near Eastern & North African Studies:
Frederick C. Huxley, "Intermediation in Lebanon
and Tunisia," Lane Commons, noon.
Medical Care Organization: Lois M. Verbrugge,
"Male-Female Differences in Health and Mor-
tality," M1154 SPH, 1p.m.
Humanities: Frederick Peters, "Psychoanalysis
and the Religious Impulse: The Divergent Critiques
of Freud and Jung," 1047 E. Eng., 3:10 p.m.
CSSEAS: R. Cadwalladar, B. Fuller, and Rev. W.
Herod, "Vietnam Today," 200 Lane, 4 p.m.
Applied Mechanics: Nuri Akkas, "Bioechanics of
Cell Division," 229 W. Eng., 4 p.m.
Residential College: David Dickson, "Science in
Modern Culture,"E. Quad, 4p.m.
English Language & Literature: Fredric Jameson,
"Marxism and Structuralism," Rackham Amph., 4
p.m.

Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Tito develops pneumonia
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia-President Josip Broz Tito is suffering from
pneumonia, his doctors said yesterday, leaving virtually no hope for the
survival of the 87-year-old Yugoslav leader.
News of Tito's latest complication came only a day after a medical
bulletin announced he was also undergoing kidney dialysis. "It shows
further weakening of an extremely ill man," said one medical source.
The source expressed amazement that a man in Tito's grave condition
still clung to life. But he said that if Tito is going to pull through the crisis, he
should have shown signs of improvement by now.
"It depends what kind of pneumonia it is," said another medical expert
who did not have access to the details of Tito's condition, "but even if he
responds to the treatment, he will only develop another type of pneumonia,,"
No agreement reached in
Chicago firefighters' strike
CHICAGO-What had been high hopes to end the ten-day-old firemen's
strike disintegrated yesterday amid renewed haggling between the city and
the union.
Union leaders delayed a vote on a proposed agreement, and requested a
meeting of city officials to clarify some of the issues. The city refused, and
ratification procedures for the tentative plan ground to a halt.
Mayor Jane Byrne's press aide, Bob Saigh, said yesterday that the union
leaders "knew full well what they were signing. . . The agreement stands .. .
it's been explained. They know what's in it."
"When the agreement was worked on: we were not allowed to have our
president, Frank Muscare, who was, jailed there, our attorney, or our
international representative," said Michael Cohen of the Chicago Fire
Fighters Union. "Would you negotiate a-contract for, let's say a million
dollars, without being allowed to have your attorney there," he asked.

ENERGY.
We can't
afford to
waste it.

tm

AP Photo
Lebanese Christian leader
escapes assassination effort
BEIRUT, Lebanon-A booby-trapped car blew up yesterday on a
crowded Beirut street as the limousine of Christian Phalange Party member
Bashir Gemayel passed by. Gemayel was not in the car, but the blast killed
at least eight people, including Gemayel's 18-month-old daughter.
Although there was no claim of responsibility for the blast, Phalange
sources said they suspected the Matada Giants Brigade, a group loyal to the
former President Suleiman Franjieh.
Gemayel, the 33-year-old Christian militia chief, has been the target of
several assassination attempts since the 1978 massacre of several friends
and family members of Sulieman Franjieh. The former Lebanese leader
blamed the right-wing Phalangists for the murders, and has been warring
with them ever since.
Storm subsides in Calif.
LOS ANGELES-Welcome sunshine yesterday gave weary residents
of six Southern California counties a chance to dig out of mud and debris left
by ten days of rain.
The storm took at least 36 lives, and caused $320 million damage to
homes, hotels, hospitals, utility lines, and roads. More rain was predicted for
late today or early tomorrow.
Federal-state disaster relief offices were to open tomorrow to begin
applications for assistance for those who were left homeless. Los Angeles,
Orange, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego counties were
declared disaster areas by President Carter Thursday.
(USPS 344-900)
Volume XC, No. 120
Sunday, February 24, 1980
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