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Card catalogues at
By ANNETTE STARON Houbeck, Jr., the assistant coordinator
Daily staff writer of the official catalogue project, "it was
It took four weeks of refiling cards, something under discussion for a num-
double-checking entries, and resorting, ber of years." Within the last year, it
but the University's two main library was decided to combine operations and
catalogues have been consolidated into get rid of duplications in the library
only one. filing system.
The . two reasons for making this "It was pretty clear it was something
change, according to the director of we were going to do," said Barbara
University Libraries, Richard vonWahlde, associate director of
Dougherty, were to "have more infor- Technical Services. "It (the catalogue)
mation available in a single place (on was something we would like to have
the second floor of the graduate refiled or removed and we had the
library) and to eliminate the cost of resources available."
filing" and maintaining a second Houbeck mentioned that one of the
catalogue. problems of the project was "trying to
"AS I RECALL," said Robert SeeCARD, Page 13
LITERACY IN THE 1980's
Wednesday, June 24, 1981-8:00 p.m.
ROBBEN W. FLEMING, President, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, "Lit-
SARAH GODDARD POWER, Regent, University of Michigan, "The Politics
THURSDAY, June 25, 1981
JANICE C. REDISH, Director, Document Design Center, American Institutes
for Research, "The Language of Bureaucracy"
JAMES B. WHITE, Professor in the Law School and in the College, Uni-
versity of Chicago, "Legal Literacy"
ALTON L. BECKER, Professor of Linguistics and of Anthropology, Univer-
sity of Michigan, "Literacy and Cultural Change"
FRANK DANGELO, Professor of English, Arizona State University, "Lit-
eracy, Cognition, and the Teaching of Writing: A Developmental Per-
JANET K. CARSETTI, Director, READ, Inc., "Literacy, the Law, and the Re-
ARTHUR M. COHEN, Professor of Higher Education, UCLA, and FLORENCE
B. BRAWER, Research Educationist, UCLA, "Functional Literacy for Com-
munity College Students"
EDWIN J. DELATTRE, President, St. John's College, Annapolis and Santa Fe,
DANIEL FADER, Professor of English and Chair, English Composition Board,
"Literacy and Family"
FRIDAY, June 26, 1981
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RO.BERT G. DEFORO, President and Publisher, New American Library,
"Literacy and the Mass Market Publisher"
GAVRIEL SALOMON. Professor of Educational Psychology and Communi-
cation, Hebrew University, "TV-literacy and TV vs. Literacy"
PAUL B. WEISZ, Manager, Central Research Division, Mobil Research and
Development Corporation, "English and Science-Symbiosis for Survival"
PAUL A. STRASSMANN, Vice-President for Strategic Planning, Xerox Cor-
poration, "Information Systems and Literacy"
DEBORAH TANNEN, Associate Professor of Linguistics, Georgetown Uni-
versity, "Written and Spoken Discourse"
RICHARD W. BAILEY, Professor of English, University of Michigan, "Lit.
eracy in English: An International Perspective"
SATURDAY, June 27, 1981
LEE ODELL, Associate Professor -of English, SUNY at Albany, "Writing and
Learning Across the Curriculum"
RALPH W. TYLER, Director Emeritus, Center for Advanced Studies in the
Behavioral Sciences, "Testing Writing: Procedures and Purposes"
WILLIAM E. COLES, JR., Professor of English, University of Pittsburgh,
"Literacy for the 190's: The Alternative to Losing"
JAY L. ROBINSON, Chair, Deportment of English, University of Michigan,
"Literacy and Education: issues and Responses"
All conference sessions are open free of charge to the public and
will be held in the Lecture Hall of the Rackham Building. "Literacy in
the 1960's" is sponsored by the English Composition Board and made
possible bya grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Partly cloudy skies today with a chance of showers or thundershowers,
and a high in the mid 70s. Q
Saturday, June 20
Latin American Solidarity Committee - "El Salvador and Guatemala:
Reaping What We've Sown," 1 p.m., public library.
Arbecoll Theatrics - "The Apple Tree," 7p.m., League.
AAFC - The Pink Panther; MLB 3 at 7, 10:45 p.m.; Kind Hearts and
Coronets, 9 p.m.
CG - Wise Blood; Lorch Hall Aud., 7, 9:15 p.m.
Cinema II - The Battle of Algiers; Aud. A Angell, 7:30 p.m.; State of
Siege, 9:35 p.m.
PTP/Theatre & Drama - "Loose Ends," 8p.m., Power Center.
Ark - Martha Nurns: 1421 Hill, 9 p.m.
PTP/Theater & Drama - "Revue," 11p.m., League.
Democratic Party - Rep. William Ford, "Higher Education Today," 1
p.m., Tappan Jr. High, 2251 E. Stadium.
Lesbian-Gay Pride Week - March and Rally, Federal Bldg., 1-3 p.m.
Gay Talent Night, Pendleton Rm., Mich, Union, 8 p.m.
Sunday, June 21
CG - Phantom of the Opera: Lorch Hall Aud., 7:30 p.m.; The Cat and the
Canary, 9:30 p.m.
Spartacus Youth League - forum, "Labor Must Defend the Rights of
Gays," 4:30 p.m., Union Assembly Hall.
Lesbian-Gay Pride Week - workshops, "Sexism and the Origins of
Lesbian!Gay Male Oppression," 1-3 p.m., "Racism and Gay Oppression," 3-
5 p.m., Anderson Rms., Mich. Union. Pot-Luck Party, Guild House, 802.
Monroe, 6 p.m. BYO. Concert: Charlie Murphy and "Trees", Schorling
Aud., School of Ed., 8 p.m.
Monday, June 22
Med. Ctr. Bible Study - Mtg.: W5603 Main Hosp. Nuc. Med. Conf. Room,
Lesbian-Gay Luncheons -Liberty Plaza, 11:30-1:30, today-Friday.
Lesbian-Gay Pride Week - workshops, "Lesbian-Gay Life in Mexico," 7-8
p.m., "Job-related Concerns for Lesbians and Gay Men in the Business and
Working Worlds," 8-10 p.m., Conf. Rms. 4 & 5, Mich. Union.
Tuesday, June 23
Biology - Sem., Wanda Zevenboom, "Effect of Light/Dark Cycle upon
Photosynthetic Activities of Plankton Species Grown in Continuous
Culture": 1139 Nat. Sci., noon.
See HAPPENINGS, Page 8
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Saturday, June 20, 1981
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