Page 2-Thursday, November 1, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Cincinnati profs end
CINCINNATI (AP) - The full
schedule of classes resumed at the
University of Cincinnati yesterday af-
ter tentative settlement of a one-week'
strike by 1,800 professors and assistant
University officials said that
although no official count had been
made, every indication was that
striking faculty had returned to the
The American Association of Univer-
sity Professors and the university, the
state's second largest, reached a ten-
tative agreement Tuesday night.
NEWS OF the settlement touched off
a series of spontaneous celebrations
around campus by the university's
"I feel great," said senior Jim Smith.
"I was worrying about cancelling the
quarter. You go to a class and don't
know if the professor will be there or
not. It (the strike) would mess up my
Lowell Leake, president of the union,
said the new contract provides for a
wage increase of two per cent and 1900
retroactive to Sept. 1, a three per cent
boost plus a dental plan effective Feb.
1, a $1,000 raise next Sept. 1 and a three
per cent boost on Feb. 1, 1981.
A university spokesman said the base
salary under the old contract ranged
from $10,600 to a top of $55,000.
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