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Tuesday.-,.-Ngvember 3Q,. 1.97 1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tueda, ovebe 3Q,197 TE ICHGA DIL

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A 25th ANNIVERSARY IN SHOW
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(Continued'from page 1)
completely wiped out by inflation
and the recent hike In state
taxes."
In addition, he said, "while 37
cents is a nice increase, it only
took us to $3.06-way below what
it costs to live in Ann Arbor even
in cheap housing. That's why
most of our members live out of
town."
Thus, while the workers have
gotten wage increases, they say
they still cannot keep up with
hiked living costs. And, they say
that now, with the University
"tightening up" they are working
even harder for that amount of
money.
While workers have been com-
plaining that they have been do-
ing more work, Manager of Em-
ploye and Union Relations James
Thiry in fact agrees that this may
be true.
LEVI'S
For the student body:
CORDUROY
Slim Fits $6.98
(All Colors )
Bells .. $8.50
DENIM
Bush Jeans $10.00
Bells .. $8.00
Boot Jeans $7.50
Pre-Shrunk $750
Super Slims $7.00
CHECKMATE
State Street at Liberty

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"There has been some general
belt tightening all over the Univer-
sity," Thiry says, "and this has
changed the expectation in the
amount of work an employe should
accomplish."
"The purpose is," he continues,
"to get the job done at the highest
level of quality at the least possible
cost. This is the normal part of
management's responsibility."
Associate Director of University
Housing Claude Orr is just as
frank. "We're getting the full val-
ue out of every employe we have."
Thiry maintains that "tighten-
ing up" was part of the contract
negotiations. "The union told us
last January 'you lay off the ex-
tra people, we'll do more work and
then you can pay us more money'."
The union, however, disagrees
"What we said was," says Union
President Charles McCracken, "if
you ran the place more efficiently
Daily Official Bulletin
Coni inued from Page 7)
Persians," Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4:10 pin
Music School: Edwin Grzesnikowski,
violin, and Gustave Rosseels, violin,
Sch. of Muis. Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Genera~l Notices
L.S.A. FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER
STUDENTS who have taken the
OAIS test (Opinion, Attitude and In-
terest Survey) since May, 1971, may
pick up scores in the hall between 1223
Angell Hall and Mason Hall on the fol-
lowing days: A-H. Tues., Nov. 30: 1-0,
Dec. 1; P-Z, Dec. 2; final day to pick
up score cards. Friday, December 3. You
musthave your student identification
number.
STUDENT ACCOUNTS: Your atten-
tion is called to the following rules
passed by the Regents on February 28.
1936: "Students shall pay all accounts
due the University not later than the
last day of classes of each semester or
summer session. Student loans which
are not paid or renewed are subject
to this regulation: however, student
loans not yet due are exempt. Any un-
paid accounts at the close of business
on the last day of classes will be. re-
ported to the Cashier of the University
and
"(a) All academic credits will be
withheld, the grades for the semester
or summer session just completed will

and didn't waste so much money.
you could pay {us more." When
asked if that includ d laying
workers off McCracken comment-
ed, "We said run the place effi-
ciently.".
Although many union positions
have been eliminated over the past
year, the University has managed
to do this without actually laying
off individual persons. According
to Thiry, the service and mainten-
ance unit has a relatively high
turnover rate - ranging from 20
to 40 per cent depending on the
time of year. ;
As a result, the University will
usually end jobs by attrition-not
hiring replacements when workers
quit, retire or die.
University officials have main-
ained that the service cuts and
automation improvements have
not had an "unreasonable" effect
on the work load of the remaining
not be released, and no transcript of
credits will be issued.
'(b) All students owing such ac-
counts will not be allowed to register
in any subsequent semester or sum-
mer session until payment has been
made."
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
REGISTRATION DEADLINES,
128H1, W. Enagin. Bldg.
For Regular Servi'e
Engineering students planning to in-
terview during the Winter Term file
College Interview Form by Dec. 1 to
receive maximum benefit from the
services.
Fall registrants desiring to revise
their College Interview Form, submit
revision by Dec. 1:
December graduates of this year de-
siring continued service, notify the
Placement Office by Dec. 1 or a newr
College Interview Form will be re-
quired.
For GRAD 11 Service
The GRAD II Computerized place-
ment service will be available to stu-
lents expecting to receive a degree and?
accept regular employment by Decem-
ber 1972.
File GRAD 11 Student Input Farm
together with College Interview Form
by Dec. I for full service. Absolute
dealine for GRAD II registration is
Dec. 15.
Fall registrants dissatisfied with their
Fall printout may complete a new form
and try again.

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In addition, Claude Orr says
that each time a salad bar is put
in a hall the need for a salad lady
or man position is eliminated.
Some dorms have also instituted
convenience foods, such as pack-
aged casseroles. soups, and espec-
ially baked goods in an attempt to
cut down on money and work.
Tubb says, but in East Quad after
convenience foods were tried on an
experimental basis, they were dis-
continued because "the students
there did not like them."
Harry Barnett, a cook at East
Quad and union vice-president
says that the only things these
changes did was make more work
for those workers remaining.
"This year they cut out pro-
cessed food and we have to make
everything from scratch which just
makes it harder," Barnett says
"And since there is no breakfast.
the kids can have seconds on ev-
erything and we're just too under-
staffed to handle it."
In the plant department, the
situation is somewhat different. In
the area of janitorial work, there
has been an increase of seven per-
sonnel, but this has only been
done, says Plant Dept. manager
Donald Wendel because of the ad-
-dition of six new buildings'
But Wendel emphasizes that
while the number of janitors has
increased, labor power has not in-
creased in proportion because of
the increase in buildings. "There
is less coverage on a unit by unit
basis," Wendell says. "The indi-
vidual janitor's responsibility in-

but

Iget ry
workers. The workers themselves
for the most part: disagree.
Housing of ice officials explain
the cut in food service employes
mostly through the (liminaEion of
breakfast. "Without breakfast. we
don't need a complete double
shift." says Lynn Tubbs, coordina-
tor of food service. "Continental
service can be handled mainly
through part-time help, mostly
students."

clinch
cle s more square footage than a
year ago, therefore the work is of
a much lesser quality."
Union Chief Steward Harrison
Bradley. while agreeing that work-
ers in his area are now "hitting
the high spots" rather than doing
more time consuming work, says
that there is an increased work
load due to high absenteeism.
"When someone is absent, which
is fairly frequently," Bradley says,
"someone else is taken off their
station when they have completed
it and does just enough to the oth-
er si ations to keep them up."
Other wo'kers at the medical
center say that despite adminis-
trative claims to the contrary
the standards for work are tight-
ening down, rather than relaxing.
"They are raising the standards
for cleanliness," said one worker
who requested not to be identified
for fear of retribution in his job.
'The pressure is on somewhere and
its working its way down to us.
We're the last guys to be stepped
on.
-CSJ to hear
SGC fund case
(Continued rrom page 1)
shop on Jackson Rd. This deal
with the Jackson Rd. people was
made by Don Richardson and Joel
Silverstein some time ago. In Sam
Smith's words 'the deal is set."'
Smith, a member of the Rain-
bow People's Party, said last night
Goldman's statement is "totally
not true, I never said that to any-
one.'
Later that evening, Goldman
clarified her earlier statement,
saying "It now appears that we
have overstated the willingness of
the Jackson Rd. group to accept
Richardson's and . Silverstein's
deal. Sam Smith has stated to us
that while he has had a conversa-
tion with Silverstein, the Jackson
Road Group has not formally
discussed the deal."

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