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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 20, 1981-Page 3

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MSU professor loses
12-year tenure fight

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CINCINNATI (UPI> - A federal ap-
peals court yesterday rejected a college
professor's 12-year effort to obtain
tenure at Michigan State University.
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
ruled Dr. John Hildebrand's con-
stitutional rights were not violated when
Michigan State refused to grant him
tenure in 1968.
HILDEBRAND, who had criticized
the schools's social sciences depar-
tment, claimed he was denied tenure in
illegal retaliation for exercising his
First Amendment "freedom of speech"
rights.
A jury last year agreed with
Hildebrand and awarded him back pay,
damages and directed Michigan State
to reinstate him.

But a district court then overturned
the jury's decision and ruled in favor of
Michigan State.
The appellate court yesterday agreed
with the district court, deciding the 1968
faculty vote against Hildebrand's tenure
was based on "constitutionally per-
missible reasons."
In reviewing the case, the court noted
that "for the past 12 years Dr.
Hildebrand has been contesting his
denial of tenure in one forum or
another.
"He complained to the American
Association of University Professors.
He tried a series of intra-university ap-
peals. He also filed two unfair labor
practice charges with the Michigan
Employment Relations Commission."

Sigma Chi members
break into sorority house
The composite picture of Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma sorority almost fell into the
clutches of pranksters; but the Ann Ar-
bor Police spoiled the fun of two enter-
prising members of Sigma Chi frater-
nity.
The students, who had been drinking,
entered the sorority house at 3 a.m.
Friday, looking for the picture of all the
house members, according to reports
from Sigma Chi president Dave Wright
and the police. A resident called the
police after hearing the.screams of her
sorority sister, who had seen the
suspects entering the house.
The culprits were apprehended and
escorted to the police station for
questioning, but were released later
because the complainant decided not
to press charges. Wright said that the
caper wasn't a fraternity-sponsored af-

fair. "As president, I wouldn't condone
it," he said.
Break-in on Kingsley
An apartment on the 700 block of
Kingsley was broken into Sunday
evening police said yesterday. Five
hundred and ninety dollars worth of
stereo equipment and a calculator were
taken. Although the method of entry is
unknown, the thiefs may have entered
through the front door. The complain-
ant told police that she remembered
locking it when she left, however, the
door was found open when she retur-
ned.

O AIKIDO
Martial Arts
Demonstration

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Friday, October 23, 1981,7 pm
UM Sports Coliseum, Fifth Ave at Hill St, Ann Arbor
With Sensei Takashi Kushida, 8th dan,
highest ranking Aikido master in North America

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'HAPPENINGS-
HIGHLIGHT
The Center for Russian and East European Studies is sponsoring a sym-
posium on the opera "Anoush" by Armen Tigranian today at 3:30 p.m. in the
assembly hall on the 4th floor of Rackham. Sahan Arzuni will discuss the
music of the opera and the composer, and Aris Sevag will discuss the poetry
of Hovhannes Toumanian and the poem on which the opera is based.
FILMS
Cinema Guild-Virgin Spring, Lorch Hall Aud., 7 & 9 p.m.
Women's Studies Film Series-Minority Women, Clorae & Alia & Agueda
Martinex-Our People, Our Country, 2235 Angell, noon.
PERFORMANCES
School of Music-21st Annual Conference on Organ Music: Organ Recital;
Organ Majors; St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 4:30 p.m.
UMS All-Ginastera Concert-Hill, 8 p.m., Percussion Students
recital-Recital Hall, 8p.m.
Res. Assistance for. Graduate Study-Benefit Concert, Joseph Striplin,
Violinist with Detroit Symphony & Dana Teske Striplin, Pianist; Rackham
Assembly Hall, 7:30 p.m.
SPEAKERS
Academic Women's Caucus-Brown Bag Lunch, Prof. Zelma Weisfeld,
Report on ACAAP Fair, "People And Issues in Equal Opportunity," 3050
Frieze Bldg., noon.
Center for Chinese Studies-Brown Bag, Marshall Wu, "A Family
Tragedy: A Case of Imperial Intrigue During the K'ang Hsi Period", Lane
Hall, noon.
CHGD-Michael Johnston, M.D., "Development of Neurotransmitter
Systems in The Human Brain," 44 VV Bldg., noon.
Ecumenical Campus Center-Lunch Discussion, Jerrold Green, Ass't
Prof. of Political Science, "Middle East Regional Politics And Great Power
Competition," International Center, noon.,
Guild House-Luncheon, Steve Kemperman will be speaking of former
experiences as cult merpber of Unification Church, 802 Monroe, noon;
Population Planning Dept.-Brown Bag, Carol King, "Political and
Legislative Aspects of Reproductive Rights", 3001 School of Public Health 1,
noon.
Computing Center-Steve Tolkin, "Introduction to SPIRES 1",3040 Frieze,
2:30-4 p.m.
Comp., Info. & Control Eng.-Prof. Philip Bernstein, "Cncurrency Con-
trol in Distributed Database Systems," 1500 E. Eng., 3 p.m.
Bioengineering-Michael Flynn, "Diagnostic Imagery," 1213 E. Eng., 4
P.m.
German Dept.-Prof. Yrjo Blomstedt, "Finland & Scandinavia: Aspects
on Foreign Policy," Rackham East. Conf. Rm., 4 p.m.
Geological Sciences-Prof. V. Rama Murthy, "Trace Element & Isotopic
Evidence for Mantle Metasomatism & Basalt Genesis," 4001 C. C. Little, 4
p.m.
Chemistry - Stephen Luchetto, "Chemical Information Retrieval Using
Chem Abstracts on Line," Rm 1300, 4p.m.
Nuclear Eng.-Prem Goyal, "SAS Multiple Scattering Calculations,"
Baer Rm., Cooley, 4 p.m.
CEW-Counseling group, "Better Than Ever: Options for Women In Their
Middle Years," 2ndFloor, Huron Valley National Bank Bldg., 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Chem. Eng. -Prof. Brice Carnahan, "Running Time-Shared Jobs in
MTS", Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30-9:30 p.m.
St. Mary's Student Center-Jack Castelot, "In The Beginning Is The
Word.. .An Overview Of The Old Testament," 331 Thompson St., 7:30 p.m.
MEETINGS
Ann Arbor Libertarian League-Weekly meeting at the Count of An-
tipasto;7 p.m.
A Go-Club-Mtg., 1433 Mason Hall, 7-11 p.m.
Students for ERA-Mtg., Rm. 4108, Mich. Union, 7 p.m.
Chi Altha Christian Fellowship-Mtg., Mich. Union, Conf. Rm. 5, 9p.m.
Panhellenic Assoc.-Mtg., Alpha Phi Sorority, 7 p.m.
MISCELLANEOUS
Society of Women Engineers-Pre-Interview Program, Mare Island
Naval Shipyard, 144 W. Eng., 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Pre-Interview Program,
Texas Instruments, 1-4 p.m.
Peace Corps-Info table at Mich. Union. Interviews at the Career Plan
ning and Placement Center.
University Club-Happy Hour, 4-7 ,p.m.
UAC-Impact Dance Workshop, Union Ballroom, 7-9 p.m.
Chabad House-Simchat Torah Celebration, 715 Hill St., 7:30 p.m.
Hillel-Simchat Torah Services, 6:30 p.m., Kiddush, 7:15 p.m., Communal
Simchat Torah Celebration, 8:30 p.m.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of:
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI., 48109.

Tickets: $3 Adults, $1.50 Children
Available at Michigan Union and at the door
O 0 AIKIDO YOSHINKAl ASSOCIATION
OF NORIH AMERICA

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And save on
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We re having a
G rand -Opening Celebration
all this week for our
New Electronics Showroom
And we're celebrating
with specials for everyone.

Come in and register for our
Thanksgiving-Give-Away*
Winners will receive a
TI-55 list $40.00
or a
TI-59 list $250.00
or a
HP-4lCV list $325.00
Drawing will be held at the showroom
Friday, Nov. 27, 1981

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plus FREE math & statistics booklets.
We'll be open Friday 'til 9 p.m.
Stop in, see our new digs and take advantage
of these and other specials too
numerous to mention here.
Celebration sale ends Saturday,

The U of M Polish/American
Students Association presents
THE POLISH REVOLUTION

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