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Introductfion to Organization Commuicastion
The purpose of the course is to help students improve their understanding
of communication structures and processes in the organization. Students
will examine communication structures and processes at various organiza-
tional levels: intrapersonal, dyadic, group, network and organization.
Emphasis is on explaining communication behavior. Special attention is given
to the study of human motivation. Lectures, films and readings required. Three
written exams and group projects (e.g., the study of telephone dial access
systems, issue advertising, etc.). For more information contact Professor
Rocco Di Petro at 763-0019, 2024 LSA Building.
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Daily Official Bulletin

Tuesday, April 15, 1980
Daily Calendar
WUOM: Charles Schultz, Chairman of the Presi-
dent's Council of Economic Advisors discusses the
Administration's economic policies and its outlook,
10:05 a.m.
International Center: Kathy Weidner, "English as
a Second Language-Teaching and Learning," noon.
Resource Policy and Management: Mirofav
Nincic, "Natural Resources and International
Conflict," 1028 Dana, Noon.
Center for Chinese Studies: "First Impressions of
American Society and Academia," Lane Commons,
Chemistry: Robert McCarlay, "New Clusters of
Molybdenum and tungsten--From Dimers to

Polymers," 1200 Chem, 4 p.m.
Bioengineering: James Carye, "Basic Aspects of
Medical Nuclear Physics," 1042 E. Eng., 4p.m.
Geological Science: Joseph H. McGown,
"Depositional Facies of the Triassic Dockum Group,
Texas Panhandle," 4001 CC Little, 4 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: G. F. Knoll and W. H.
Beierwaltes, "The Physics and Medical Applications
of Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
Scanning," 296 Dennison, 4p.m.
Education: Carole A. Bowker, "Art in Special
Education and Art Therapy," 2224 SEB, 6:30 p.m.
General Notice
Thirty women students became CEW'Scholars on
April 15, 1980. The Scholarship program was started
in 1970 by the University's Center for Continuing
Education of Women. Awards of $500 to $2000 were
presented at a program and reception in the Horace
H. Rackham School of Graduatea Studies.
The Scholars were chosen from over 280
applications on therbasis of their academic
achievements and potential, commitment to the field
of choice, and motivation. Each has interrupted her
education for at least two years and one has a total of
30 years away from school
The scholarship award occasion was an Inaugural
Event at the University, in honor of President and
Mrs. Harold Shapiro.
3200 SAB
CAMP SEQUOIA, Adrian, MI. Needs counselors
with the followingskills: arts and crafts, WSI,
western riding, archery and riflery, nature lore. Also
needs a cook. Sign up for interviews on April 16.
CAMP TAMARACK, Orto ville & Brighton, MI.
All types of camp positions. Sign up now for
interviews on April 17.
HEALTH. Needs student assistants for inspection of.
agricultural labor camps. Completion of sophomore
year and biology or environmental health
coursework required. Sign up now for interviews on
April 17.
CAMP TANUGA, Kalkaska, MI. All types of camp
positions. Sign up now for interviews on April 18.
SIGN UP PROCEDURES: Call 764-7456 or come to
Room 3529 SAB.
For more details about these organizations and
others offering summer employment, check the
information in the Summer Jobs section of Career
Planning & Placement, 3200 SAB.





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Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press international reports
Begin arrives in U.S.
WASHINGTON-Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin's arrival
yesterday for Mideast summit diplomacy with President Carter is expected
to focus attention again' on Jewish settlements on former Arab lands-an
issue which has caused sharp clashes between Carter and Israel as well as
political woes for the president.
Begin arrived on the heels of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. Sadat,
claiming Israel had agreed to a moratorium and then reneged, said the
settlements generate hatred and friction among the Arabs.
Predicting a smooth visit by Begin, one official said, "We've seen them
start with confrontation and end with agreement. This'one won't even start
with confrontation. Everyone is interested in an agreement." Begin will be
here until Thursday afternoon.
Supreme Court upholds.
campaign finance laws
WASHINGTON-This year's Democratic and Republican presidential
candidates cannot spend more than $29.44 million in their general election
campaigns, the Supreme Court ruled yesterday.
Under the Federal Election Campaign Act and the Presidential
Campaign Fund Act, presidential candidates nominated by the two major
parties may finance their general election campaigns in one of two ways: by
raising funds through private contributions (limited to $1,000 for each
individual or to $5,000 from a political committee), or by accepting public
financing. The court decision stems from a June 1979 suit filed by the
Republican National Committee, the Ripon Society of New York and two
registered GOP voters from New York against the Federal Election
Commission. Two lower courts, as well as the Supreme Court, upheld the
finance law provisions passed by Congress in the wake of Watergate to
prevent corruption. ,
New Liberian head promises
equal justice for all
The young sergeant who is Liberia's new chief of state told his people
yesterday in a speech promising equal justice for all that he had President
William Tolbert assassinated because it was the only way to end
"uncontrollable corruption."
In his first radio-television address since he seized power in a'pre-dawn
coup Saturday, Samuel Doe said, "We have come to build a new society, a
society of equal justice for all." 4
Officials seek source of
water contamination
MUNCIE, Ind.-Residents yesterday boiled drinking water, and public
schools were closed, as officials of this city of 90,000 narrowed their search
for the source of contamination of the water supply.
Muncie Water Works Co. manager K. B. Earnhardt said the
contamination is coming within a 40-mile stretch of the water system, but
wouldn't pinpoint the location. Although no reports of illness have been
attributed to the water, residents were told to boil it before use. City schools
were closed and water fountains were shut off.
Mailer wins Pulitzer Prize
NEW YORK-Norman Mailer won the 1980 Pulitzer Prize for fiction
yesterday for "The Executioner's Song," the story of Utah convict Gary
Gilmore and his execution by a firing squad. The author had won in 1969 in
the non-fiction category for "Armies of the Night."
"Tailey's Folly," Lanford Wilson's romantic comedy about a Jewish
accountant from St. Louis, won the prize for drama. In journalism, the
Gannett News Service won the gold medal for meritorious public service for.
an 18-day series of articles on the Pauline Fathers, aI order of Catholic
priests, and their mismanagement of gifts and contributions intended to
finance a shrine.
Sauve elected speaker
of Canadian house
OTTAWA, Canada-Jeanne Sauve, shown below with Canadian Prime
Minister Pierre Trudeau, was elected yesterday as Speaker of Canada's
House of Commons. Sauve is the first woman to serve as Speaker of the



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Tuesday, April 15, 1980
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