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August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…w FREE ISSUER Y L , i~i rn aii FREE ISSUE Ann Arbor, Michigan, Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Seven Sections 60 Czechs, Soviets end first round egotiations By The Associated Press Czechoslovak- Soviet talks ended last night after four days of hard baigaining in the Kremlin on the future of the country. Several Czech sources reported that Communist party chief Alexander Dubcek, detained by the Soviets after their 4week-old invasion, would ...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY # U . - A ; * FALL 1968 °A g. 29-30 THE SEVENTH'SEAL. dr. Ingmar'Berg- .',jman, 11956. With Max Von Sydow and ibi Andersson. i ;.Aug.I 1-Sept.,I SUNSET BOULEVARD. dir Billy Wi- der, 1950. VWith Erich V6 Stroeimloria Swanson ' v w r W me ldin, HeddO, Hopper, Ceci, B." DeMille, Jack I I I U I I 4* FmEEWd sda ing*STRIKE. dir."Sergei a Eisenstein 1925. The "only Eisenstemn feature "not I 5 shown itniAnnArbpr. Plus TH ...…

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…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY IpI Hays prepared to cope with hectic job By. URBAN LEHNEt Editorial Director Hypothetical situation: literary college Dean William Hays is con- erring with a talented young as- sistant professor who has only recently received his appointment. In the course of their discussion, the rookie scholar tells Hays bluntly that he is interested in attaining the literary college deanship within 20 year...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

… Seventy-seven years of editorial freedom edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under authority of Board in Control of Student Publications 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. News Phone: 764-0552 EVEN AS SUMMER WANES, the academic world is still reeling from the explosion which rocked New York's slowly decaying, but still prestigious, Columbia University last May. Despite the nationwide furor it provoked, the Columbia...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Tuesday, August 27, 1 9 6 ~ THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Page Five y, r. Law students t recruiting forum Job lacement: w important? learborn y MARCIA ABRAMSON op progra ently expanded graduate fers fror ims will, give a new empha- terms be the University's Dearborn and Octol is, a seniorm college which Stirton es a unique co-operative students g program that allows stu- Ann Arb( to earn $7,0...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY T uesdav. Au in: t 271 QAR * -----U "Uvual d- 1 0 1 7UQ 11 I A San Francisco restaurant in a small midwestern town... N A a 1 I I The Village Bell. Unusual? We think so, but so is Ann Arbor. That's why we went to great lengths to design a structure that some architects thought impossible. From the minute you step through the stained glass entrance arch, you'll know we strived for excel- lence. First notice our...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Community involvement dream realized at Flint Flint was another objection rais- ed. However, as French pointed out, two years later, "the junior college has a variety of programs including various technical areas and nursing. Many of their pro- grams do not have comparable counterparts at the Flint branch. In other four year programs, the d...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

… Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY - - - - --______________ -I BLACKS MAKE DEMANDS: WE LCOME STUDENT %JIBer, %7J0! S e vie IAW Racial. By JOEL BLOCK Black students at Ann Arbc High School won a partial victo this summer in their fight again alleged racism at the school. Fourteen of 21 demands pr sented by the school's 125 blac students on May 27 were approvi by a joint black stude...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page NIne -::. 0"":%:1 8 0 -C O U NT,,: . ..:..::..: ^ 6,,°"a rCO TTf?;, :. .,, ;":.:.- ON '.... ,..;o: " _ PERAL SHET 72x9 in.81x9 in :00% " :,.,l whitee:::yl E 41, P ";f ' 'v 0 1 fi, m I s~ w - ~ k:;.-. _, n nurw nnvrn in MU I cEJUJLDEr: d A =NET ~ …

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 pains of WALLACE IMMEN Any attempt to list the Uni- versitiy's plans for new buildings .in detail would be obsolete before it was printed. This is not be- cause the administration doesn't know what is needed, but because ' hinder construction plans the University has itself to a rigid not committed schedule for Proposed Modern Language Building STUDENT 600K SgRVIC9 Now is the time to sel...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…Tuesday, August 27, 1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968THE MICHIGAN DAILY 15 1year-old ' from confluence By STEVE WILDSTROM- Managing Editor The University of Michigan was born out of a confluence of dreams in the early 19th century First of all, there was a great dream, the American Dream, the dream of the Confederation Con- gress of a vastly expanded coun- try and an improved Northwest. Congress took a step toward realiz...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

… Pa^e Twe!ve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday Aiintjt 7 1 9rR - e s .w - e T E.MC- GA_ AL_ _. _ _ASAA _,_ _ . UCZO~ru , r Nuy z t -- , 1 7 J BEST BUYSEVER!BACK-TO-COLLEGE EEDS 0r 1 COMPARE UP TO 5 TEXTURED HOPSACK SHORTIE DRAPES All washable cotton hop- sack textures in florals, modern and Early Ameri- .can patterns! Plus rich fashion solid colors. Save! 9' PAIR 45" & 63" 1 t k SAVE TO 60% 1 v 7 SIZES .~ . . , NATIONALLY SOLD M .. OP TO...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 } seeks money, str SGC members realized these financial problems were not tem- porary and would cripple the or- ganization in the future. In the face of definite negative from the Office of Student Affairs and the Regents to SGC's requests for a bigger budget or permission to make additional charges per stu- dent, SGC looked for new ways to consolidate their year-old Inde- pendence from OSA. On...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY! Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Qua( By NADINE COHODAS It wa a dismal eight months for Inter House Assembly (IHA) last year. They not only lost a significant segment of their mem-- bership, but the two most import- ant housing changes, student- determined visitation privileges and hours, were accomplisheds more through SGC and UAC than fIHA. s Starting in November East Quad Council w...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 anhel: Choice of few from many STATUS PLAYED DOWN: IFC tries to re-shape image, Computers for fraternity rush By ALISON SYMROSKI In addition to their usual attention to social and cultural activities, the University's 24 un- dergraduate sororities last year were forced to confront a major problem area: discrimination in membership selection and hous- ...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…*4 Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five - W- , I - CAMPUS MINISTRY: . Religion comes to student soul By ANN MUNSTER Although religious and secular institutions have concluded a ! "separate peace" in this country, the struggle to unite the two goes on. The University has proved, through the work of its own Of- fice or Religious Affairs (ORA)- as well as through unquestionably secular action fostered by discus- 4s sion...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page Six TE MICHIGA.DALY.Tueday..Augut.27,.196 BLOCKED BY RACE TROUBLES: Conscience-stricken tutors seek communication with AA poor Torture, ritual * vie in honoraries By ANN MUNSTER The Ann Arbor Tutorial Proj- ect is one of many local service oriented organizations currently being forced to undergo an ex- cruciating re-evaluation of its po- tential to do good. It is pursuing fund...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY N u. da.. AIv.guYt 27, 1968n$THE MIC.YiGAN;%A.LY / i . $ . ;fix : :z; ;: ; <: .. ; ,. J_ s .: ? r .: ,. r ai r : ,Fs " ., ., 5't; I is a good place to meet girls -and guys. They plan publicity, stunts, speeches, concerts, dances, fairs, baseball games, film festivals, dances, mu sicals, ticketisales, booklets, books, mixers orientation programs, conferences, dinners, parties, tours, charter...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY cinema Ann Arbor films: The nitty gritty A large collection of devoted cinemastes and an even larger number of simple "movie fans" continue to make Ann Arbor a center for film study and film appreciation. The finest local film institution, and one of the area's best enter- tainment bargans, is the University's Cinema Guild. Each weekend during the school year, two separate programs of classic films, under- ground productio...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine . UAC By ALISON SYMROSKI UAC - University Activities Center - is "student power in a different way," believes Kar- en Skromme, '69, executive vice- president. UAC is the student-run or- ganization that is responsible for many of the University's social, academic and cultural programs. "Without crying for student power, we find that we've ended up with as much power as I've ever wanted - of a different sort,...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Poge Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday. Auaust 27~ 1 96~ I Phones: 668-9866 665-3679 HOURS: iscount records,n Mon.-Fri. 9:30-9:00 Sat. 9:30-:00 I" ANN ARBOR'S LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE RECORD SHOPS WITH TWO CAMPUS LOCATIONS 1235 S. UNIVERSITY 300 'S. STATE FOLK " ROCK * JAZZ. -CLASSICS.- SPOKEN " POP ommmimm Thousands of L.P.'s and 45's to choose from All the lates...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday hu vw . 6.. a f ,--Y , 1 Ij - Cage By PHIL BROWN For the first ime since the de- parture!of Cazzie Russell, Michi- gan's basketball fortunes seem to have steadied enough for fans to realize what has been happen- ing, and what might now be ex- pected to happen. Michigan has struggled through a pair of Big Ten campaigns with- out doing anything spectacular, but there is now some room for optimism. After capturing t...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 25

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY By FRED LaBOUR On a sunny Saturday afternoon in the middle of September, 1967, Michigan's football team chalked up its 499th viltry.' "Ho!" exclaimed many of those present at the event. "This might mean we'll do all right this year." For the Wolverines had just beaten Duke 10-7. They did not look like world conquerors you understand, but then they did w...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27~ Balance key to success for grapplers By PAT ATKINS The outlook: cloudy, clearing by midseason.h Since forecasting is a favorite sport for everyone hot to challenge soothsayer Sonny Elliott, wrest- ling could hardly escape the pre- dilection for prediction. In weathering the swarm of sophomores eager to stop up the gaps left by graduation, th...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Experience gives 'M' E. gymnasts edge By ANDY BARBAS ' Two plus two equals one; but another two results in zero. How- ever, one, two, three can almost make up for it. As confusing as this sounds, it is no more complex than the 1968 gymnastics season was for the Wolverines. By finishing in second place in both Big Ten dual-meet competi- ti...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY / e _ J / Unbeaten tennis squad boasts returnees By PHIL BROWN Nine conference championships and a national title in a span;of 18 years make for a pretty Impres- sive record, but for the Michigan tennis team it wasn't enough. The Wolverine netters were ed- ged for the Big Ten crown by Mi- chigan State in 1967, and they took to the courts in '68 to see that ...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TuesdayIIIAugustI27, 1968IITHEIMICHIGAN -A-L- .Pros undercut By ROBIN WRIGHT Five Wolverines - including Fate collided with the 1968, four pitchers - were tapped by Michigan baseball team. major league clubs. Two sopho- The unpredictable - rain and i more stars accepted the call and the professional draft - forced cut loose from the restrictions of the Wolverines to yield the '68 1 college ball t...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY P(, Ie- Eight.00 THE MICHIGAN DAILY .1 1 I '1 t 8 t 'We, Don, t Just,' Publish , a, Newspaper, W 0 e meet new people 9 We laugh a lot e We fiind consolation eWe have TG.'s * We play football (once) 4 We make money (some) 0*We solve problems . We gain prestige W We become self confident s We debate vital issues We drink 5c Cokes r" JOIN the AIY staff Come by 420 Maynard St. between 1 ...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 31

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN GAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY S. D By JOEL BLOCK On March 16 the Regents named track coach Don Canham to succeed Fritz Crisler as Michi- a gan's new athletic director. Can- ham got word of the official an- nouncement at the NCAA indoor track meet in Cobo Hall and he hasn't stopped running since. Canham officially took office only Monday, but he's already made his mark on Michigan ,a...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesda scientists examine every corner of the univ y, August 27, 1968 erse. By ELEANOR BRAUN A man today is washing dishes to find the best dish- washing machine. In another county a man is interviewing everyone in a small town to find out what families' his- tories of heart disease were. Both of these men are re- searchers from the University. They are encouraged by the University and the nation to expand the limtis of hu...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 35

…48 THE MICHIGAN DAILY p Research I by STEVE WILDSTROM Managing Editor The University's research activ- ities have given it both the title "research capital of the Midwest" and "the Eyes of the Army." Military research, more than ten per cent of total research activ- ity, has won the University praise from the Defense Department and damnation from many of its students and faculty. The largest unit in the Univer- sity's research machine is th...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, Augusf 27, 1968 - W Faculty tries to set stable intellectual climate By LUCY KENNEDY "Why anyone would want to sit through a faculty meeting is be- yond me," one faculty member commented recently. "They're so boring." The meetings may be boring, but students found them impor- tant enough to demand and fi- nally obtain this year permission to attend. Faculty approval of student concerns such as dorm...…

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…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pag Fve Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poac.Five LUCY KENNEDY Success via, loophole When I was a sophomore I was going to transfer. Many people around me were thinking of doing the same thing. The core of my advice is don't-don't transfer. Find a reason to stay here and stay because once you've been at the University you won't be happy anywhere else. A small co-ed liberal arts coll...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page SIx FHE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Individual iniative forms core of honors program FIRST BIRTHDAY: RC scores victories despite obstacles The literary college's honors program is designed to offer the qualified student spe- cial opportunities and challenges. It is geared toward the upper. 10-15 per cent of the student body and features small classes with a higher per...…

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…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1 96~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY -J Curricular innovations th reatene partment to catch up in its teach- Teaching who is doing the study ing chores under the present lan- at the request of the curriculum By DAVID MANN The literary college will le tak- ing a fresh look at some old and troublesome issues this year, in- cluding the language requirement * and the extension of the pass-f...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page EIght THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 U museums go from prehistory to By NADINE COHODAS "Don't touch the dinosaur's jaw," is a cry that can be heard in University museums as well as, "on your right we have an early Picasso." A wide variety of exhibits make the University's museums a delight to thousands of ele- mentary school children as well as an integrated part of...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

…Page Twc. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page Twc -I . T HEIM C HIGI D A.L A President, a mediator A student outburst could arouse are their sons and daughters," the the divisive emotional response president explains. that might upset the delicate bal- But Fleming feels students ance Fleming is struggling to aren't the same as they have al- maintain. He fears protest that ways been. "What is different squashes administrato...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Tuesday, August 27, 1 96~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY . _ __ THE BUREAUCRATIC SHUFFLE: New policies threaten VP posts By STEVE NISSEN When a new face, particularly a; new president, appears on cam- pus, policy changes frequently fol- 0iow.-Job security, often assured for high level administrators, breaks down in the face of these im- pending changes. This is especially true when the new presi...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MiCHIGAN DAILYTuesday, August 27, 1968 Regental iceberg continues to chill By JOHN GRAY The University's Board of Re- gents encourages students to at- tend their monthly .open meet- ings. Very few do. To a newcomer to the Univer- ° sity this might seem curious. The Regents are the absolute gov- ernors of the University. Every month they make such decisions o as the size of next year's tuit...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

…t Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN.DAILY Page Five Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'U fights for control i of physical expansion TEXTBOOKS UP TO 1/ OFF ULRICH'S ANN ARBOR'S FRIENDLY BOOKSTORE Union"employes hit the picket lines over autonomy fight Spirit of community' lost in fall walkout By RON LANDSMAN The growing tide of unioniza- tion of public employes had to hit, the University eventually, and when it did...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 46

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 27, 1968 Page SIx THE MICHIGAN DAILY .u.sd. Aua ...J.,.. ...7 I9 vUv J Annual budget squabble puts pinch on 'U finance MAYTAG MAKES THE CAMPUS SCENE TO BRING YOU ALL THE FEATURES OF A FULL SIZE DRYERS IN HALF By MARK LEVIN Editor and MARTIN HIRSCHMAN Last year the state provided over $59 million in operating funds and is currently helping to pay for a new Dental School and the Medical Science...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…Page Two SHE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesddv. Auc' ust 7. 196R Page w o T E M IC IG A N D AIL TLJPS&V AiiNuii.t L271 7V a =URBAN LEHNER r0 Research sit-in LAST NOVEMBER, a reporter for thd Milwaukee Journal visited Ann, Arbor on an assignment which would have puzzled the know-nothings in the state legislature who regard any political expression by students as inherently subversive: he was to find out why student protests at the University of Mich...…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

…Tuesday, August 27, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Black students: Action, assurance after lo ck -n Although the more than 100 black students who locked them- selves in the Administration Bldg., in April were not organized in a group, they drew their support from the various black student organizations currently active on campus-the black sororities and fraternities, the Direct Action Cpmmittee, the Afro-American Liberation Movement....…

August 27, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 50

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL) Tuesday, August 27, 1968 J . Jorm By LUCY KENNEDY t student-led move to end itory regulations, although ed by- confusion on all sides, I the University's loco par- stand without obvious show rce by students or adminis-/ yrs. tching the administration nt some cases the students by ise, Joint Judiciary Council ) paved the way for elimina- of dormitory regulations in pring of 1967 by announcing ould not discipline students...…

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