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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November T, 197 1.

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 7, 1971

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Sheep Skin and Afghan Coats
(INCLUDING INFANTS)
ON SALE
Turkish Gifts and Leather Shop
802 S. STATE, Ann Arbor Tel. 665-2150 After 12 noon
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Group to test
'U' bike route
A University Resource Planning
and Conservation class will be
conducting an experiment today
to tr y to get the University to in-
stall bike paths which would sepa-
rate cyclists from pedestrians.
Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. bi-
cycle traffic coming to the diag
- ill be directed around the West
Engineering Bldg. and outgoing
traffic will follow a bike path set
up through the Engineering Arch.
While participation in the ex-
periment will not be obligatory for
cyclists using the outlined areas,
the group says it will try to en-
courage participation by means of
arrows and other visual aids along
the route.
One participating student says
she hopes this experiment will en-
courage the University to installI

Dispute over )enefits
given 10 'U' employes
may yield legal action
By ROBERT BARKIN
Ten employes at the University's Willow Run airport and labora-
tories are caught in a battle of bureaucracies which may embroil
them in a lawsuit with the University over back pay.
The University has been withholding social security allotments
from the employes' paychecks since World War II, but the men have
suddenly discovered that they may not be eligible for the benefits.
The dispute involves the classifications of the workers jobs. Since

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benefits like social security often vary with
dispute affects how much of a worker's check
The University describes thejb

classification, such a
is withheld.

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$2.00
$1.69
$1.35

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in the union basement

Daily Classifieds Get.

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Res u i ts in-campus bicycle paths on a long
term basis.

SEN. CHARLES PERCY (R-Ill.)
dents at South Quad lounge yest
Percy, Es
at inform

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why not
make it your {
regular beer?
Don't you deserve it? After all...
In brewing Bud, our choice is
to go all the way. We hope beer
matters enough to you that you
too will go all the way.
All the time.
WHEN YOU SAY
Budweiser.
YOU'VE SAID IT ALL!
ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC. " ST. LOUIS

By DAVE BURHENN
In a 90 minute question-and-
answer session with students in
the east lounge of South Quad,
Senator Charles Percy (R-Ill.)
and Congressman Marvin Esch
(R-Mich.), presented the views
of liberal Republicans on cur-
rent issues.
Esch spoke first while Percy
was delayed by post football
game traffic. He presented opin-
ions on East Pakistan, an all
volunteer army, abortion reform,
and school busing. Esch said aid
must be given refugees in In-
dia and supported an end to
military aid to West Pakistan.
Esch added that though he has
supported desegregation efforts
in both Uorth and South, he felt
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BUY
U of M
SWEATSHIRTS
T-SHIRTS
JACKETS
at

in question as "firefighter" al-
though the workers cons'der them-
selves "security personnel". L SA opens
Under the 1937 Social Security
act, firemen cannot receive Social "
Security benefits. And the Social new service
Security office maintains that the
-Daily-Tom Gottlieb men are firefighters and refuses By PETER DXCAMP
, left, and Congressman Marvin Esch (R-Ann Arbor) address stu- to pay the workers the benefits. In an effort to help literary col-
erday. According to Clement Arnold, lege students cut through Univer-
one of the employes, they are sity red tape, the LSA S t u d e n t
"primarily firefighters but do oth- Government Council has opened a
C a rer security work as well. We have new "LSA Complaint Service." h
four clocks to punch," he said, "in- The concept of the new service
eluding checking around t he originated last year in an effort
plnsand other areas to make; to establish permanent lines of
sure people aren't bothering any- communication between students
al S. Q uad m eetin The attorney for these em- ing to Steve Weisman, a member
that "we should not bus to couraged by what they said they ployes,Robert Henry, explained of LSA student council. When a,
that"we houd no busto ouraed b wht thy ixon'sy that "the issue has just crystal-I student has a complaint' concern-
achieve racial balance per se," considered President Nixon's lized in the last few weeks. ing an instructor, a course or any
Approximately 20 minutes winding down of the war in "We haven't decided what ac- other, c p oe se ob-
after the meeting started, Percy Vietnam and general cutbacks in tion to take as of yet but it seems other academic problem, the prob-
arrived, making his way through in the number of military per- certain that if this goes to court, servce
the packed lounge to a table- sonnel. Percy blamed the mili- the University will be invplved in service.
top speakers platform with tary for helping to guide us into some way. lvThis would be of help, explains
Esch. The Senator's first re- destructive war in Southeast Manager of Employe and UnionWeisman, in situations where a
marks concerned his travels to Asia. "We are weakened as a relations James Thiry said that student fears reprisals should he'
East Pakistan and India. Percy nation because of Vietnam," he the case is one of interpretation. face an instructor and explain to
said that every refugee he talked said. "The job description is firefighter. him what he feels is wrong with
to refused to return to theirhicore
Et Paksedtnoeun tilther In answer to a question about Yet, they are covered under the his course.
East Pakistan homes until the the Supreme Court nominees, agreement with the American Current plans call for a repre-
West Pakistan army had with- Percy said he now favors con- Federation of State, County, and sentative in the office to repre-
drawn and the Bengla Desh in- firmation of Louis Powell and Municipal Employes. This agree- sent and inform the student as to
dependence movement had been William Rhenquist. The sena- ment has a provision for Social the best course of action, or re-
recognized as the legal govern- tor told the audience that Pow- Security benefits." Thiry would direct the complaint to a more*
ment. ell, for a southern strict con- not comment on possible solutions appropriate office.
Percy said that the resistance structionist, was "as fine a man of the dispute. The office is presently opened
movement in East Pagistan was as you could pick." Percy men- The suit, if there is one, sources in room 3M of the Michigan Un-
growing stronger. He also in- tioned that Rehnquist would say, will try to determine whe- ion, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. on
dicated that U.S. support for not have been his first choice ther the men are entitled to re- weekdays. Due to financial prob-
paal aag to our re for the high court but that he payment of the money contribut- lems, the phone is presently dis-
Indiae ndamagtoeourerelations wed to Social Security benefits or connected but soon it will be back
with India and the rest of the was a man of superior inteli- whether the University must pro- in service and the perplexed stu-4
world. gence and high legal qualifica- vide them with a comparable re- dent can call the office at 665-
Both Esch and Percy. were en- tions. tirement system. 8012.
_ University Attorney William Another area in which the LSA
e gLemmer said that he had not been student government is attempting
contacted by the firemen or their to enable students to determine
Photography Contest attorneys. "The question seems to what they need in education is the
be one of whether they are cover- establishment of a policy commit-
ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ed by Social Security or not. This tee in which ten students and ten4
would be a quarrel between those faculty members meet to discuss
November 8-13 two parties and not us," he said. issues of student interest.
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ARM UM Film Society
Maria Callas.
is
MEDEA
a new film by Pier Paolo Pasolini
based on Euripides' classic tragedy
"Owing to the presence
of Maria Callas, in this
new MEDEA there is
acting of supreme
dramatic achievement,
which will r an k the
film as a rare work of
a rt."
~--Jean Genet,
in NEW YORKER

Just part of the great moments
and the great memories that
began before you were born.
All featured in our November
Silver Anniversary issue.
Plus Eugene McCarthy
recalling his days in bush
league baseball.

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