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Page 14- The Michigan Daily - Friday, June 20, 1986

'U' experts call
nominees 'capable'

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and conservatives,"though he thought
Scalia might prove a little more
liberal than Burger. Daane, who
represented the University in a case
before the Supreme Court last fall,
thought the change in personnel
would have little effect on the Univer-
sity. He said the present court has, "a
very strong committment to
academic freedom," adding he does
not expect that to change.
Both nominations will be reviewed
by the Senate Judiciary Committee

and then the full Senate. Senate con
firmation is necessary for the appoin
tees to assume their positions. Prof
John Kingdom, chairman of the
political science department and ar
authority on Congress, said confir-
mation was very likely in both cases
unless "something untoward appear-
s in the hearings." Although
nominations have been rejected
before, Kingdon said opponents would
have to find something beyond
ideology to reject the appointments.

Rally remembers Soweto

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have "all kinds of political
ramifications and adverse side effec-
ts." He explained that some com-
panies might stop their contributions
to the University and alienate the
state legislators.
THE 1976 uprising in Soweto
marked a new period of militancy in
the fight against South Africa's
political and social system of anar-
theid, said vigil participant and
Daily Photo by ANDI SCHREIBER University graduate student Drew
Yappin' Williams. He called the tenth anniver-
Ann Arbor resident Maurice "Eli" Tucker (left) and John W. Alexander, from Illinois, chat on a bench in sary "a day of mourning and
Liberty Plazs Wednesday. celebration."
575 people were killed in the initial
Soweto riot, and hundreds more died

in subsequent violence. The riot began
when schoolchildren gathered to
protest a new regulation requiring
that classes he taught in Afrikaas,'
the language of the white minority.
Williams recounted the history of
the uprisings and other speakers read
poems and sang songs. "I'm trying to
learn how to be non-violent, but it's
not easy," said speaker Paquetta
Palmer of her anger over the situation
in South Africa.
Daily staff writer Mary Chris
Jaklevic filed a report for this
story.

TheTCalendar
of The University of Michigan

The calendar combines meeting, lecture
workshaand conference announcements-
with otW events happening each week on
campus. It is based on The University
Record calendar, and is open to all Univer-
sity sponsored groups and organizations
recognized by the Michigan Student Assem-
bly. Items must be submitted in writing by S
p.m. the Tuesday before publication. Ad-
dress all information to: University Record,
412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes events
to which admission is charged.
FRDUIDAY
June 20
*CEW-Workshop, Interviewing Successfully,
9 am-1 pm, 350 S. Thayer. For info, call
763-7080.
*HRD-Workshop, Introduction to University
Stores, 8:30 am-noon. For info, call 764-
7410.
Regents-Monthly meeting, 9 am, Regents' Rm,
Fleming Bldg.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops, Micro-
soft Word for the IBM PC-Compatible Mi-
crocomputers, Pt 1, :30 am-12:30 pm;
dBASE III PLUS, Pt 1, 1-5 pm; Macintosh
Disk and File Management, 1-3:30 pm, all in
3001 Sch of Ed Bldg. For info, call 764-
5356.
*Outdoor Recreation-Sleeping Bear Dunes
Camping Trip (3-day), Leelanau Penninsula.
Reg req. For info, call 764-3967.
*UM-Flint-Shakespeare Festival, dinner 6:30
pm, Hyatt Regency; Twelfth Night, 8:30 pm,
UMF Theater. For info, call 762-3230.
Intl Ctr-Peace Corps info session & movie,
The Toughest Job You'll Ever Love," 7:30
pm, Ann Arbor Public Library, 343 So Fifth
Ave. For info, call 764-9310.

SATURDAY
June 21
*Turner Geriatric Sves-Life Context Workshop,
10 am-1 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W
Liberty. For info, call 764-2556.
*UM-Flint - Shakespeare Festival, Twelfth
Night, 2:30 & 8 pm, UMF Theater. For info,
call 762-3230.
Student Wood & Craft Shop-Safety class for
new users, session 1, 9-11 am, Stu Act Bldg.
For info, call 763-4025.
Gay Liberation-Pride Week, Alt rally, noon;
celebration, 1 & 4 pm; rally, 2 pm; march/
parade, 3 pm. Federal Bldg, Liberty at Fifth.
Happy hour, 5 pm, Nectarine Ballroom, 510
E. Liberty. For info, call 763-4186.
*Alumni Assoc-Prog on Statue of Liberty incl
lecs, films, videos & luncheon. For info and
reservations, call 763-9753.
SUNDAY
June 22
*Continuing Med Educ-5-day Conference, An
Update on Common Clinical Concerns, Bell-
aire, Mich. For info, call Jolene Glaspie,
763-1400.
*UM-Flint-Shakespeare Festival, Twelfth Night,
2:3Q pm, UMF Theater. For info, call 762-
3230.
Student Wood & Craft Shop-Safety class for
new users, session II, Stu Act Bldg. For info,
call 763-4025.
Gay Liberation-Pride Week Ecumenical Svc,
12:30 pm; picnic, 1:30 pm, West Park. For
info, call 763-4186.

MONDAY
June 23
*HRD-Workshop, Dealing with Anger and
Personality Conflict, 1-4 pm; Printing Tech-
nology begins (5-day), 8:45 am-noon. HRD
Ctr, 1111 Kipke Dr. For info, call 764-7410.
Gay Liberation-Pride Week workshops, 7 &
8:30 pm, Mich Union. For info, call 763-
4186.
Gay Liberation-Workshops: Session I, 7 pm,
Session II, 8:30 pm, Counseling Svcs, 3rd Fl,
Mich Union. For info, call 763-4186.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: MS-
DOS, Pt I, 8:30-10:30 am; Microsoft Word
for the Macintosh, Pt II, 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
MS-DOS Basic Skills, Pt II, 10:30 am-12:30
pm; FinalWord II, Pt II, 1-5 pm, all in 3001
Sch of Ed Bldg. Basic Concepts of DataBase
Mgmt, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 4003 Sch of Ed
Bldg. For info, call 764-5356.
TUESDAY
June 24
*UM-flint-Film, The Lady from Shanghai, 7
pm, Univ Ctr Kiva. For info, call 762-3439.
Gay Liberation-See June 23.
U-M Hospitals-Lumpectomy grp meeting,
noon. For location, call 763-9953.
Coll of Engr-Lec, R Davis, "Reasoning from
Structure and Behavior: Recent Work, "4:15
pm, Hale Aud, Bus Admin. For info, call
Mary Jo Blahna, 747-4948.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Intro to
Microcomputers, 1-3 pm, 4003 Sch of Ed
Bldg; Lotus 1-2-3, Pt II, 1-5 pm, 3001 Sch of
Ed Bldg. For info, calt 764-5356.
Computing Ctr-Intro to Telt-A-Graf, 7-9 pm,
1013 NUBS.
WEDNESDAY
June 25
Gay Liberation-See June 23. Also, Mich Gay
Union meeting, 9 pm, Guild House, 802
Monroe.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshop, "Basic
Concepts of Microcomputer Spreadsheet-
ing" 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 4003 Sch of Ed
Bldg. For info, call 764-5356.
Computing Ctr-Formatting a Rackham Disser-
tation with TeX, 3-5 pm, 1013 NUBS.

THURSDAY
June 26
*UM-Flint-Shakespeare Festival, preview Cow-
ardy Custard, 8 pm, UMF Theater. For
ticket info, call 762-3230.
*Labor Studies Ctr, ILIR-3-day workshop
begins, "Arts In, Of and From the Work-
place: Workers Culture School." Pre-reg
req. For info, call 764-0492.
*Amer Heritage Night-New Orleans, Mich
League, 5-7:15 pm.
Vision Lunch Seminars-S Grant, "Eye Migra-
tion in Frogs: A Requirement for Plasticity
of Functional Connections in the Developing
Visual System, " 12:15-1:30 pm, Neurosci
Bldg Conf Rm (2032). For info, call 764-
0573.
Gay Liberation-Workshops, See June 23. AIDS
Candlelight Vigil, 10 pm, Regents' Plaza. For
info, call 763-4186.
*Communicators ForUM-Tray lunch, noon,
Rm 1, Michigan League.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: MS-
DOS Hard Disk Skills, 8:30 am-12:30 pm,
3001 Sch of Ed Bldg; Basic Concepts of Mi-
crocomputer Word Processing, 10:30 am-
12:30 pm; and Choosing a Microcomputer,
1-3 pm, both in 4003 Sch of Ed Bldg. For
info, call 764-5356.
Computing Ctr-Intro to Tell-A-Graf, 7-9 pm,
1013 NUBS.
Sailing Club-Meeting, Weather, 7:45 pm, Rm
311 W Engr Bldg. For info, call 995-3671.
*HRD-The Procedures Manual Workshop, 1-
4:30 pm, HRD Ctr. For info, call 764-7410.
FRIDAY
June 27
*AAFC-Films, Pit of Loneliness, 7:30 pm;
Word Is Out, 9:10 pm. MLB 4.
UM-Flint-Shakespeare Festival, Cowardy
Custard, 8 pm, UMF Theater. For ticket
info, call762-3230.
*Gay Liberation-Lesbian/Gay Pride Banquet,
7 pm, Mr. Steak Restaurant. Films: Oliva,
7:30 pm, Word Is Out, 9:10 pm, MLB 4. For
info on both events, call 763-4186.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Closed.
Coll of Engr-Lec, L Aicardi, "Mathematical
Theory of Quantum Noise,." 10 am, 2031
E Engr Bldg.

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