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Page 6-Friday, April 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily
OAKLAND-MACOMB COUNTY RESIDENTS
ARE YOU GRADUAING
THI1S SPRING?

If you are, you can apply now for graduate study at Oakland
University. Oakland offers advanced degrees in:
Engineering Music
Computer & Information Area Studies
Science English

Applied Mathematics
Applied Statistics
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Education
Clinical Psychology

Guidance & Counseling
History
Linguistics
Sociology
Master of Public
Administraoon
Master of Business Administration

Instructor scolded
for teaching classics
Washington suburbs and has long
ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP)-A hearing prided itself on its school system.
examiner has found a high school The dispute centers on whether
teacher guilty of "willful and Aristotle's "Poetics," a treatise on the
deliberate" insubordination and nature of tragedy, and Machiavelli's
recommended he be suspended for "The Prince," a classic on political
giving his students the chance to earn strategy and statesmanship, are ger-
extra credit by reading Aristotle and mane to the 10th grade English
Machiavelli. curriculum.
Joseph Sickles recommended on LANG HAS LONG supplemented his
Tuesday that the Montgomery County classes on Shakespeare and
Board of Education suspend Cyril Lang Elizabethan tragedy at Charles Wood-
without pay for one semester for ward High School with the two works,
defying Principal Anita Willens' order although a committee of five English
to stop teaching unapproved works by teachers and a supervisor, said they
the two writers. were "too abstruse for students at that
THE COUNTY, one of the wealthiest educational level," according to
in the nation, encompasses several Superintendent J. Edward Andrews.
OF C,
DiscoverflyinFLYERS
4N Aa8
See the airplane on the Diag
Thursday and Friday
Anyone can fly for $20 by taking a Discov-
ery Flight with the Michigan Flyers. If you
are affiliated with the University of Michi-
gan call for information. 994-6208.

Oakland University is located just
off V-75 near M-59 east of the
Pontiac Silverdome
For information Call or Write:
The Graduate School
Oakland University
Rochester, MI 48063
(313) 377-3166
Spring Registration-Friday, May 1, 1981 Classes begin
May4, 1981.
Summer Registration-Friday, June 26, 1981 Classes begin
June29, 1981.
Oakland University is an equal opportunity/affirmative
action institution

Daily Photo by BRIAN MAS
MICHIGAN STUDENT ASSEMBLY President-elect Jon Feiger flashes a
victory smile after winning last night's campus election. With Feiger is LSA-
Student Government representative Roberta Pearlman.
Feiger, PAC win
in MSA elections

Join The Daily Editorial Staff

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allowed to operate'longer on Wed-
nesday to make up for the time loss.
GOLDMAN ALSO SAID results in
several seats would be unavailable due
to complications in tabulating the
votes.
Some seats in the Engineering School
may not be announced until a student
law suit - charging that the school is
entitled to four seats instead of the
current three - is decided in the ap-
peals process in MSA's judicial branch,
J. S. 5,4CHYS
PASSION
according to ST. JOHN
First Presbyterian
Church Chancel and
Youth Choirs
with the
Ann Arbor
Chamber Orchestra
conducted by
DONALD BRYANT
PALM SUNDAY
Apr. 12, 4:00 p.m.
SOLOISTS: Julia Braxhoim,° Sally Car-
penter, James Craig,~David Parks,
Philip Pierson, Ray Shuster, Nancy
Spengler, Lawrence Vincent, Ben
Whiteley 1432 Washtenaw

the Central Senate Judiciary.
In addition, Goldman said MSA would
have to decide a course of action for the
School of Library Science represen-
tation. No winner was declared there
because of a tie between three can-
didates, all of whom received one write-
in vote.
The School of Social Work seat
remained vacant because the two
ballots cast were invalid.
Winners of seats in the individual
schools included: Shelly Zieglman
(PAC), Architecture; Mary Weisen-
berger (Responsible Alternative), Art;
Donna Goldstein (PAC) and Nancy
Yawitz (PAC), Business Ad.
ministration; Dennis Dhondt (indepen-
dent), Dentistry; Melanie Karafotias
(Independent), Education; Kevin
Ireland (PAC), Engineering; Jack
Crable (PAC), Law; Helen Raymond;
Mary Beth Sasso, and Glynis Vandoor-
ne, Library Science (three-way tie, no
winner); Lisa Mandel (PAC) and
Valerie Mims (PAC), LSA (results are
incomplete); Billy Markson (PAC),
Medicine; Andrea Fahey (PAC);
Music; Amy Phillips (PAC), Phar-
macy; Ellen Steckel, Public Health;
Barney Pace (PAC), Katherine Yih
(PAC), John Beck (PAC), Timothy
Feeman (PAC), and Bob Rice (PAC),
Rackham.
Winners in the elections for Student
Publications Board are Greg Haddad,
an undergraduate, and Mark Kowalski;
a graduate student.

THIS SPRING
IT'S KITES, FLYING
UP TO THE HEIGHTS
Enjoy high-flying fun
in the skies. Sturdy
Mylar kites in a
variety of shapes
and sizes. Shown, two
kites from our great

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