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Students
will learn
to make
nuclear
bombs

He described his course yesterday
as a technical course geared for non-
technical students and will include in-
struction on how a nuclear bomb is
made. He said, however, that he doub-
ts his students will actually build bom-
bs.
"I could stand in front of a class and
tell you how to construct an
automobile," he said as an example.
"You could understand how to build
an automobile, but you would have to
find the parts" and have the technical
skill.
AIR FORCE Lt. Col. Don Brownlee,
a Defense Department spokesman in
Washington, said his agency had no
comment on the course. He said
department officials hadn't seen a
course outline or discussed the course
with Morrison.
Morrison, 47, said even if a person
taking his class mastered the
technical knowledge, construction of
a nuclear bomb would still remain dif-
ficult. He said supplies of plutonium
are closely guarded, and without

plutonium a bomb won't work.
Morrison, who earned a doctorate in
nuclear physics at Yale University,
said he volunteered to develop the
course after university ad-
ministrators cited a need to teach the
public more about the nuclear arms
race.
"The arms race is becoming
progressively more dangerous," he
said. "Scientists must start to inform
the public so we can get a discussion
going."
"Progressive" magazine published
a blueprint for an atom bomb in 1979
based on the research of Norwalk
resident John Aristotle Phillip, who
was then a student at Princeton
University.
Morrison said Phillip's article was
very technical, and his course won't
be that involved. The professor said it
was the technical aspects of Phillip's
article that raised concerns of defense
officials.
The course will be a three-credit
course, with classes beginning Jan.
20. It will be open to students and the
public at the private college based in
West Haven.

Students blast ed. school cuts

By ERIC MATTSON
Two School of Education students
yesterday told the Board of Regents,
that recent budget cuts have crippled
the school and that students aren't
getting what they pay for.
During the regents' public commen-
ts session, Laurie Miller, an eduation
school junior, said she decided to
enroll in the school because she was
dissatisfied with the education she
had gotten in junior high and high
school, and wanted to help improve
the grade school system. But now, she
said, the reallocation of funds from
the School of Education to high
priority areas has severely curtailed
the quality of the school.
"WE'RE NOT getting the experien-
ce, and our needs are not being met,"
Miller said.
Miller said other students have told
her that they plan to go into teaching,
but she encouragestthem to get their
teaching certificates elsewhere. "My
initial response is, 'Don't go here ...
you're not going to get your money's

worth,' " she said.
"I don't feel this school is preparing
me for this profession at all," she
said.
THE SCHOOL of Education was one
of three units whose budgets were
slashed when administrators decided
to reallocate $20 million within the
University over a five-year period.
The education school lost 40 percent of
its funds, and it has been trying to
rebuild ever since.
Miller said the University ignored
its responsibility to serve the people of
the state because the public expects
the University to train people to
become teachers.
"In the long run," she said, "I
think we end up cheating ourselves."
TOM MARX, another student in the
School of Education, said the Univer-
sity has "no more important fun-
ction" than teaching teachers.
Miller and Marx were supported by
a petition signed by about 80 percent
of education school students.
Also at yesterday's public commen-
ts session, two student leaders urged

the regents to declare Martin Luther
King Jr.'s birthday a University
holiday and excuse students, faculty,"
and staff from going to work or class.
Lawrence Norris, chairman of the
minority affairs committee for the
Michigan Student assembly, and John
Gibson, an official of the black Law
Students Association, said Jan. 20
should be set aside to commemorate
King's work.
Norris said King's birthday, which
will be a national holiday starting
next year, must avoid the "crude
commercialization" of other holidays.
Citing King's famous "I Have a
Dream" speech, Norris said,
"January 20 affords us all an oppor-
tunity to think about how to turn that
dream into reality."

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MISCELLANEOUS

JACQUES ESTEREL - watch. Silver with
gold screws, lost 11-8. Reward offered.
764-1916. 38A1118

FOR SALE

MONZA SPYDER '79-4spd, sun/rf, am-fm cass,
more, no rust, 65,000mi, 764-3877. 65B1121
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair).
Also delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000
Ext. GH-10152 for information. 39B0131
DESPERATE! I've moved, I have to sell my
house. 3 bedroom split ranch, west side, one
mile from campus. 1-612-869-5895. CALL
COLLECT. 57B1202
'78 FIESTA. Runs Great. Many new parts.
$1100. Brian 994-5967. 63B1121
ALICE LLOYD LEASE for sale. Winter term.
Female single. Call Sarah at 764-4961. (keep
trying). 46B1127
IBMXT, IBMAT your best value. Hardware and
software. Call today 761-7583. 52B1120
BURSLEY LEASE for sale for Winter term.
Call Jill, after 7:00p.m. 763-3824. 03B1115
'76 FORD CAPRI - $1450-OBO. California car,
V-6. 995-2824. 06B1115
1980 MAZDA RX-7. 5-speed, great condition.
$5000. Call 665-7391. 91B1121
MARKLEY - Male double, 2 leases for sale
same room. 764-7771. 35B1118
JEEPS, CARS, Trucks $100, now available in
your area. 1-619-565-1522 for directory 24 hours.
20B1118
LEICAcl, 90mm, 40mm: $390; Olympus 135mm;
$55, Peter 10:30-11:30 eves. 668-1502. 41B1115
'76 MUSTANG, Excellent Condition $1600 Must
See Call 426-2934 Eves. 44B1119
FOR SALE: Man's 10-speed Raleigh Grand Prix.
$110.484-4057. 97B1115
- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new and old. 150 dealers. 6:00-
10:00 p.m. Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-
Sun., 214 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown
Ypsilanti, 487-5890,971-7676. cBtc

TAKE OVER MY LEASE from Dec. 31-
Aug. 31. Furnished studio apt. Corner of Division
&William. Great location. Beautiful Apt.
Laundry, etc. 995-0231. 21C1115
4 MONTH lease for sale. Female to share
1 bedroom bi-level apartment. Call 663-0310.
28C1118
WINTER TERM SUBLET - 1 Bedroom in a
6 bedroom house. Kitchen, den, washer/dryer,
parking. Great housemates and location. 1 minute
to Union, $170/month + utilities. Call now -
Sheryl, Gail, or Jordan 761-2868. 47C1120
TWO BEDROOM Lake Front completely
furnished. 15 minutes from campus. $525/month.
1-284-9805. 25C1115
NEED MALE ROOMMATE - January thru
August. Apartment 2 blocks from campus.
$200/month 769-2281. 24C1115
2-BEDROOM Apt. Jan-Aug lease, near IM
building, on busroute, 915 S. DIVISION call
TONY/KAREN 662-3768 $540/mo. NCC1118
WANTED: Female border in a sorority for
winter term. Do not have to be Greek. GREAT
LOCATION. 761-8904 $375/mth & meals. cC1211
WINTER SUBLET available - Jan.-May lease.
Two bedroom apt., can accomodate 2-4 people -
modern, furnished, covered parking, laundry
facilities, swimming pool, utilities included -
located on E. University - call persistently
for a GREAT APARTMENT! 663-3068. 37C1126
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GREEK GAB

WANT GREAT ROMANCE for your spring
formal? Let us give you the atmosphere.
WELLER'S CARRIAGE HOUSE. 429-2115.
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SIGMA KAPPA-Week of Giving:
Nov. 10 -16.
Sun.-Sisterhood Day-S. Kappa Bingo, 7:30 p.m.
Lollipop Sales throughout the week-proceeds
to Alzheimer's Disease.
Mon,-Campus Day-In the fishbowl, 9:45a.m.
Special Founders' Day Celebration at 5:30 p.m.
All alumni welcome. Please RSVP if attending.
Tues.-Greek Day-Sigma Kappa is hosting a
Panhellenic Meeting.
Thurs.-Community Day-Red Cross Blood
DriveatU. Hosp. 7:30-4:30p.m.
Fri.-Gerontology Day-Songfest for the senior
citizens at Arbor Care, 2106 Camelot, 7:00 p.m.
Sat.-Pledge Project-Senior citizens' luncheon
with Senior Citizen Guild of Ann Arbor.
Mon., Nov. 18-Lollipop sales door to door at all
fraternities and sororities. 15E1115

MDM -1432- DLB NCF1121
WANT TO BE MORE THAN A NUMBER, to
be remembered by thousands, forever? If you
are a senior involved in peculiar or fascinating
activities we might want to write about you in
the 1986 MICHIGAN YEARBOOK. Contact Pam
764-0561. 56F1119
MIX-INS. Pop, juice, candy, gum, munchies and
everything you need from the drugstore. Village
Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFct
ADOPTION: Caring, accomplished woman
(Ph.D.-public health) hopes to adopt infant. Offers
loving, stimulating, stable home; excellent
education; supportive family and friends. Will
pay all expenses legally permitted. Call
301-530-9180 collect. 43F1211
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS - Warner-Lambert/
Parke-Davis Pharmeceutical Research Division,
Community Research Clinic, is seeking healthy
male volunteers, 18-55 years of age, to participate
as subjects in drug research studies. Monetary
compensation is provided to research volunteers.
For further information call Mrs. S. Moran, RN,
Research Volunteer Coordinator, (8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Mon. Fri.), 996-7051. 49F1120
RELAX INSIDE/OUT
New Age cassettes & LP's for meditation,
relaxation, guided imagery, creative movement.
Selections played for your convenience. Also
featuring subliminal study, weight loss, sleep, &
other self help tapes. Earth Wisdom Music
314 E. Liberty (inside Seva) 769-0969. cF12ll
SEPARATED? DIVORCED? Weekend
residential workshop for men and women of all
ages. November 22-24. $35.00 registration plus
sliding-scale professional fee. Bob Blood, PhD,
Margaret Blood, MA 769-0046. cF1121
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
appointment. cFtc
CONFIDENTIAL& INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
973-0710
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CENTER FOR
WESTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF
ROMANCE LANGUAGES
DEPARTMENT OF
GERMANIC STUDIES
announce
Informational meetings for Junior/Senior Year
in France at the Universite de Provence and
Germany, at Freiburg.
Earn in-residence credit in your concentration
or electives at a major European Univer-
sity. Financial aid is available. Proficiency in
French or German required.
The meetings:
Aix-en-Provence 7:00p.m. 2225Angell
Wednesday, November20
Freiburg 7:00p.m. 2209 Angell
Thursday, November 21
10F1121
THE PROGRAM
IN
JUDAIC STUDIES
IS SPONSORING THE
FOLLOWING MEETINGS
WITH THE POET
YEHUDA AMICHAI
Friday, November 15,
3050 Frieze Building
12:00 (in English)
Friday, November 15,
W. Conference Rm,
Rackham 8:30p.m.
(in Hebrew)
THE PUBLIC
IS INVITED
61F1115
STUDENT SERVICES
DIAL-A-JEWISH-STORY.995-5959. cG122

HELP WANTED

TYPING - Computer spell checking. Fast.
Efficient service. 455-8270/459-1136. cJ1211

GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040 - $59,230/yr. Now
hiring. Call 1-805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 95H1115
HELP! MATH/STATS 425 tutor needed
immediately. Call 668-7255, ask for Sandra.
59H1121
UNDERGRADUATE ASSISTANT needed for
research in psychology laboratory. Minimum
5 - 10 hrs/wk. starting immediately, continuing
through Winter term.AProgramming skills in
FORTRAN and PASCAL are essential.
Psychology background helpful. For more
information call 763-8135 or come to 1210
E. Eng. Bldg. 09H1115
AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationist,
stewardesses and ground crew position.
1-619-565-1657 for details. 24 hours. 23H1115
PHOTOGRAPHER NEEDED to shoot B/W
photos and tint them. Call Annie 764-7909. 68H1115
WAITPERSON full or part-time experienced.
Inquire at Old German Restaurant 120 West
Washington. 662-0737. 70H1118
WANTED STUDENTS: Are you tired of working
in pizza parlors and cafeterias? Earn $$$ in
your spare time and enjoy college! Call
455-6390. 16H1115
ON-CAMPUS secretary position with a computer
firm, 10-20 hours per week. Salary $5/hour. Call
761-7583. 51H1120
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS wanted. Call
761-5343, 3-5 p.m. 99H1120
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is seeking energetic,
responsible freshmen and sophomores for
entry-level positions in classified and display
advertising sales, layout, and finance. Interested
applicants should contact Dawn Willacker in
person at 420 Maynard St., Student Publications
Building. Call 764-0554 for more information.
ncHtc
R.N. MASTER'S Degree, certified G.N.P. or
Geriatric Nurse Clinician to provide primary
care to over 120 residents and Day Care clients.
Responsibilities include preceptor of student
G.N.P.'s. Coordinate Facility's quality assurance
program, employee health program, assist with
coordination of community geriatric health
planning. Excellent fringe benefits. Apply to:
Calhoun County Medical Care Facility, 1150
E. Michigan Ave., Battle Creek, MI 49017
E.O.E. 40H1119
CHEMIST - Bench Technician. B.S. in
Chemisty, Biochemistry or Immunology, and
2-5 years experience with immunoassays
required. Full-time position in applied research
for immunodiagnostics with established
company. Send inquiry and resume to: Personnel
Manager, Neogen Corporation, 620 Lesher Place,
Lansing, MI 48912-1509. 42H1119
SECRETARIES WANTED: Part-time/full-time.
Come to 1215 Prospect, M-F,10-6. 19H1115
A YEAR IN NEW YORK. Au-Pair-nanny for
three year old boy. Own room and bath and
good salary. 45 minutes from Manhattan.
Non-smoker with excellent references, who likes
children. Please call collect, after 8 p.m.
Mrs. Schuman, (201) 376-6391. 14H1121
LOCAL MUSEUM NEEDS strong, reliable,
honest student for janitorial work and light
maintenance of exhibits - 10 or more
hours/week. Call 995-5439. References required.
54H1120
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn
$754100. Volunteers needed to test medication for
facial acne. Office visits and medication are
provided free to eligible participants. You must
have moderately severe acne (12 pimples or
more). $75-$100 paid at the successful completion
of the 12-14 week studies. Call UM Department of
Dermatology Research 763-5519, M-F, 9-4, for
further details. 53H1211
ANTI-VIOLENCE VOLUNTEERS
Center for Non-ViolenceEducation seeking
full-time staff. Lodging, $150/mo., hiealth
coverage. Public interest group developing
courses on non-violence and operating
National Coalition on Television Violence
National Headqtrs. Research, writing, office
work, monitoring entertainment. One year
committment.
CALL 217-384-1920
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EDITOR - 40 years experience in making good
writing better. Best quality, low rates, fast
service. 995-0772. cJ1211
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available. 668-8898. cJ1211
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJtc
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing 663-7158. cJtc
HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
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***20% Off 1st paper (with this ad)***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
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Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
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TICKETS
AVAILABLE: 1 Ohio State ticket, Section 26.
Call 665-6686. NCQ1121
AVAILABLE 4 UM/OSU tickets, sec. 28. Call
Lisa 764-9657. 64Q1121"
WANTED: OSU football tickets and blue tier
basketball tickets. Price no object. 994-0145.
93Q1126
AVAILABLE: 2 Ohio State tickets. Cali,
668-0352. NCQ1121
WANTED: OSU tickets. Call 764-7155 or
668-1926. 34Q1118
FOR SALE: One pair OSU tickets. Gloria
662-1783 Greg 761-4503. 31Q1118
OSU 30-50 yard line seats needed. "Will pay
MEGAbucks" 614-451-7536 or 614-891-3888.
73Q1118
WANTED: Six Ohio State football tickets. Call
(800) 482-3906 and ask for Rita. 17Q1121
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan
football tickets. 973-9582. cQtc
,ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc,

GOING PLACES

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

FOR SALE - Round trip ticket from Detroit
to New York (LAGUARDIA) Thanksgiving break
$142. 663-0999. 60K1118
NEED A RIDE ANYWHERE? Watch
transportation worries disappear - Buy my car.
'73 Pontiac, Reliable! 84,000, AM/FM only $550.
Call 764-1587 persistently. NCK1115
SPRING BREAK 86 - Freeport, Bahamas. $379
February 22 - March 1. COMPLETE TRAVEL.
761-6500. cK1211
FOR SALE Roundtrip ticket from DETROIT
to FT. LAUDERDALE. $208. 663-5296 Dec. 24-
Jan. 7. 36K1119
THANKSGIVING
NEW YORK
FLIGHTS FROM $98
LaGuardia and Newark, Great Places Travel
Consultants, U of M Union Mall. Call immed-
iately 994-4777. cKtc

ACROSS
1 Moslem month
6 Tactic
10 Struck, old
style
14 Capital of Tibet
16 Roof edge
16 Cautious
17 Employing
16 Expanded
19 Lend, at times
20 French impres-
sionist
2i Roman
household god
22 People: Prefix
23 Teeming
25 North Caro-
linian
27 Bah!
30 Wine bottles
32 Hereditary
34 Bach opus
39 "Heel and-
and away..."
40 Park,
SColorado
42 Route
43 Program music
45 Gulf of Mexico
feeder
47 Sureties: Fr.
49 Scale syllables
a0 Do an author's
job
54 Frankfurt's
river
56 Fragrant
rootstock
57 Badger
59 "- My
; Heart": Var. u
63 Rrink

WANTED - UM Basketball tickets 973-9582.

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3 Gladly, old
style
4 Ed of TV
5 Jazz style
6 "- Pete"
7 Zhivago's love
8 Musical be-
ginning
9 Evergreen
10 Cut path in
grass
11 Papier-
12 Galsworthy
heroine
13 Innsbruck's
location
22 Formerly,
formerly
24 Disappear
26 Gathered
27 Decree
28 "-each
life..."
29 Black, to a poet
31 Innocent's
reply
33 Female ruff
35 Celestial
sphere
36 Anger

37 Ending with
Ive.s or Johnson
38 Poetic forms
41 Court,
musically
44 Greek letters

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60
611
62
64

Miscue
Squeeze out
Frosts
Lariat
Forthwith, old
style
Rigging
Eye
Foofaraw
Storage area

ROOMMATES
ROOMMATE NEEDED for a beautiful 2 bedroom
apartment. New carpet and furniture. 526
Packard - ideal location. Heat and water
included. Available mid-December. Call Barbara
996-5638. 55S1120
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share large
one bedroom apartment. Parking, fireplace,
laundry, two blocks from campus on Church.
Rent negotiable. CallSusan 994-8431. 33S1120
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MUSICAL

FOR SALE - Kenwood Stereo Receiver.
30 Watts. Call Mike, 769-6542. 48N1120
WANTED: 4 Ohio State tickets! Call 761-4323.
50Q1120
THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371.
cN1211
LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty.
cNtc
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