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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 21, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, January21, 1971

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WORKERS TO VOTE:
'U', union leader
accept end to str

ship
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Regents to consider
'U' judiciary plan

(Continued from Page 1)
tion. had been effectively cir-
cumvented by the terms of the

--Cost - of - livin
The union desires t
a cost-of-living a
their nresent contr,

statement. Lil-lbp l uir
A University spokesman said University has thw
last night however that the Uni- this demand.
versity had expected workers to --Free child-care
return to work immediately. union wants the Un
The statement was worded, vide 24-hour child
"with a means of resolving the dren ages three to
dispute agreed upon the union has University has turn
agreed that its members will re- request.
turn to work immediately." -Retirement ag
The difference in interpretation has sought a chan
between the union and the Uni- employes can retir
versity centers around the words, benefits from age 6
with a means for resolving the ever, the Univers
dispute agreed upon." maintain the curre
The University apparently be- age of 65.
lieves that a means has been
agreed upon while the union con- -Life insurance.
tends that only its membership 70 an employeN
can agree to the agreement. $3,000 a year instea
Ager met with the two sides in rent $2,000.
separate rooms after refusing a
University request for a temporary
restraining order against the union
on the grounds that the walk-out
of 2,600 University service and
maintenanc employcs"was no ~
causing 'irreperable damage" to S LI1
the University.
According to a union spokes-
man, the University and the union against
are still apart on the following
items: (Continued fro

(Coutin-ed from Page 1) be taken at the hearings, Ken-
Because of this concern, stu- nedy said.
ng adjustment. dents asked the Regents to look Also before the Regents is a
he addition of into admittance policies of gradu- proposal by the Board in Control
djustment to ate schools and investigate the of Intercollegiate Athletics to con-
act, while the merits of , the pass-fail grading struct a $375,000 Sports Service
s far refused system, Bldg. The proposal was delayed a
Representatives from Residen- month at the request of the Senate
i center. The tial College-which operates al- Advisory Committee on Univer-
iversity to pro- most entirely on the pass-fail sys- sity Affairs (SACUA), the top
care for chil- tem-the graduate school and the faculty body.
eight, but the law school will meet today with Some faculty had expressed
ned down this the Regents. No formal action will concern that the $375,000 the ath-
letic department would use for
constructing the building might
e.The union Students ba be better used in reducing the de-
ge in the age partment's General Fund alloca-
e and receive tion. Because of budget cuts many
5 to 60. How- 4t schools and colleges feel pressed
ity wishes to IJu esfor money to finance their facul-
ent retirement ties and programs.
By CHRIS PARKS However Senate Assembly 1 a s t
From ages 65- Over 40 students blocked Uni- night accepted its committee's re-
would receive versity buses yesterday to protest commendations to approve t h e
ad of the cur- the "low tactics" of student work- building project. The Assembly
ers, as the University worker and appointed the committee last Oc-
maintenance strike entered its tober to investigate the merits and
second day. faults of the proposed new build-
The students, members of the ing.
plansAFSCME support coalition, stop-
ed u s ad keoaliio o The Assembly accepted the com-
ped buses and talked to drivers at ,h sebyacp~ h on
" the bus stop on Washtenaw in an mittee's findings that the build-
rive effort to get student bus drivers ing would provide needed medical
to join the union strike. storage, classroom and locker
According to Jack Hamilton of room facilities and would not re-
dru 5 the University news service, busesquranloctnfomheg-
drug ::= ~ ret::;quire an allocation from the gen-
g were running normally yesterday Irlfud
with non-union student bus driv- eral fund.
m Page 1) ers working overtime to meet the
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SEEKS SOME CHANGES:

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Senate Assembly backs
proposed judiciary plan
(Continued froin Page 1) that this "permits the defendant's
ther to prohibit testimony which constituency to indefinitely delay
seeks to establish a political basis the proceesings."
for the defendant's alleged ac- Scott said he believed SGC would
tions, or whether to bar people also propose changes in the draft,
from the courtroom who interrupt aimed at making the judiciary en-
the proceedings. tirely composed of students when
Under the proposal, the panel students are tried before it.
would be headed by a presiding "The decision the Regents will
judge, who could have consider- have to make is not on the minor
able legal training and be selected changes proposed by students and
from outside the University com- faculty members, but on the basic
munity. His initial ruling on a elements of the original judicial

-Health insurance. The union shoulder-length hair when they regular schedule.
is demanding Blue Cross-Blue entered police custody, but left Over 15 of the coalition mem-
Shield family coverage fully-paid with their hair closely cropped. bers blocked a bus being driven
by the University. The University by the driver alleged to have been.
has so far offered to pay $26 per County sheriff at the jail said involved in the incident in which
month of the amount, and 70 per this was "normal" procedure. a picketer was struck by a bust
cent of the increase if rates were We give everybody a haircut who earlier in the day. The group re-
to go up needs one," he said yesterday, fused to move, preventing the bus
In their final proposal Monday In addition, Connelley said he from leaving.
night, the union said they would was put in a cell with no sanitary Within a few minutes officers of
accept the $26 contribution by the facilities and without a blanket the University's security force ar-
University if the University would or bedding. Connelley said there rived. Col. Frederick Davids asked
also agree to cover all of the in- was "an inch of filth" on the the protesters to disperse, charg-
crease if rates went up. cement floor of the cell, which ing they were "violating the rights
-Longevity pay. The union has Connelley said inmates called{ of the students who wished to
offered to accept adjustments in "the hole." He also said he was ride.
the amount of longevity pay if the kicked by policemen during his A few minutes later the Ann
University would agree to reduce stay. Arbor police arrived and two offi-
from six years to five the length;i An officer in the jail denied cers dispersed the crowd.
of time an employe must work be- Connelley had been kicked but ad-
fore he receives such bonuses. The mitted inmates were often denied
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motion would be subject to t h e
review of student and faculty as-
sociate judges.
During the first six months of
the one-year experiment, there
would be two associate judges, one
student and one faculty member.
During the latter six months,
there would be three associate
judges--two students and one fac-
ulty member in trials of students,
and two faculty members and one
student in trials of faculty mem-
bers.
Assembly objected to a stip-I
ulation in the judiciary which
would, in effect, allow the student
associate judge during the first six
months of the judiciary to veto
a ruling by the presiding judge to
bar either the defendant or the
plaintiff from the courtroom, dV
to exclude testimony of a political
nature.
In addition,; the faculty asked
the Regents to keep an equal
number of students and faculty
members as associate judges for
the latter six months of the ex-
periment, instead of a 2-1 com-
position favoring the defendant's
constituency.
Noting that q three-member
panel of associate judges could
overrule the presiding judge by a
majority rule, Assembly stated
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