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State policy bans speech against gov't

75 years ago this. week
(November 28, 1937):
The Michigan Union Execu-
tive Council announced the first
lecture of the fall series of Union
forums, The Michigan Daily
reported.
The fall series centered dis-
cussion on "political problems of
the day," according to the Daily.
The first address was scheduled
to be given by then-Political Sci-
ence Prof. Lawrence Preuss,
who planned to discuss German
affairs and socialism.
The forums, which were open
to the public, consisted of a half-
hour lecture, followed by a half-
hour discussion on the topic.
CRIME NOTES
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WHERE: Duderstadt re
Building
WHEN: Saturday at about WE
6:20 p.m. WE
WHAT: A student reported 1SC
a wallet and iPhone miss- WE
ing from computing area on thei
the third floor, University finr
Police reported. There are thei
no suspects. ver;
No more Cd
wheelies WI
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WHERE: William Revelli WI
Rehearsal Hall 7:41
WHEN: Saturday at about WE
3:20 p.m. pet
WHAT: Three skateboard- fin:
ers were verbally warned pac]
for their skateboard vio- ron3
lation, University Police rep(
reported. susl

$0 years ago this week
(November 28, 1962):.
A uniform speaker policy was
"unanimously adopted" by the
Michigan Coordinating Council
for Public Higher Education, the
Daily reported.
The policy, fashioned after the
University speaker bylaw adopt-
ed by the University's Board of
Regents, forbade speeches that
urged violence or "modification
of the government of the United
States or state of Michigan, by
violence or sabotage," according
to the Daily.
25 years ago this week
(November 30,1987):
Thirty students protested out-

side the Student Activities Build-
ing with the intention of delaying
recruitment interviews with the
Central Intelligence Agency, the
Daily reported.
The. intensity of the event
escalated after then-graduate
student, Harold Marc use was
allegedly kicked by a University
public safety officer, and planned
on pressing assault charges
against the unidentified officer,
according to the Daily.
Deborah May, then-career
planning and placement direc-
tor, said that though the protest
delayed the interviews, ultimate-
ly none of they were cancelled.
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Josh tstelle, a lead developer of Gosogle Translates,
speaks in North Quad o Monday.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

'eli phone
,covered
HERE: Shapiro Library
HEN: Monday at about
0 a.m.
HAT: A sublect reported
si cell phone was stolen
vs the second floor but
o found the phone, Uni-
rsity police reported.
-ash stolen
HEEE: Central Campus
creation Building
HEN: Priday at about
i0P.M.
HAT: An unknown sus-
creportedly took cash
to an unattended back-
kin the men's locker
m, University Police
orted. There are no
spects.

Campus cookin'
WHAT: Watch a profes-
sional chef demo. Then, put
the tips in action and cook
with provided ingredients.
Reservation required,
admission is free.
WHO: Center for Campus
Involvement
WHEN: Tonight from 8
p.Mn. to 10 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
University Club
Piano
performance
WHAT: Married couple
and international piano duo
Lamazov/Rackers will per-
form at the University. Both
performers are University
of South Carolina School of
Music faculty. Admission
is free.
WHO: School of Music,
Theatre & Dance
WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Britton

Tips on job
offers
WHAT: Learn the appro-
priate guidelines to nego-
tiatinga job offer from an
employer's. Registration
required.
WHO: Career Center
WHEN: Today from 12:30
p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: Rackham Gradu-
ate School
CAPS session
WHAT: Discuss the char-
acteristics of depression and
tips to improve your mood.
WHO: Counseling and Psy-
chological Services
WHEN: Today from 4:15
p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union,
room 3905
CORRECTIONS
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error in the Daily to
corrections@michi-

1 A 56-year-old, 425-
pound woman died nine
days after being denied
permission to fly home
from Hungary to New York,
the New York Post reported.
Delta and ELM airlines said
they could not provide her
with seatbelt accomodations.
2Critical thinking skills
that are honed in col-
lege may be less benefi-
cial to career readiness than
creative problem solving,
argues columnist Adrienne
Roberts.
>> FOR MORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE 4
MedCottage is a small,
3 technology equipped
structure designed to
help the elderly with
daily routines, the Wash-
ington Post reported. The
"granny pods" can speak,
brew coffee and assist with
medical needs.

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