THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, January E, 197 *
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EW, U' resolve
Radicals plan city
(Continued from Page 1 N e f f said that even if the
signatures must be collected in amendment. were passed it would
each of 10 different c o u n t i e s have no effect on this election, but
around the state. will effect the 1973 city elections.
"This is clearly undemocratic," In its only specific political ac-
Neff said. "Why should we have to tion the convention voted unani-
go all over the state to get on the mously to support the potential
loc al lot? I think this is de- atstrike against the University by
signedballto dhiscaethi is desmembers of the American Feder-
sirom organdiscourage third parties ation of State, County, and Mu-
fromorgaizin." inicinal 'Emn lo ee (AF4[CME)
Regents delay IM plan
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ese contracts, according to the
irce, involved NASA, the Ag-
cy for International Develop-
nt, the Atomic Energy Commis-
n, and the Air Force.
The final two points of dis-
'eement between HEW and the
iversity included the HEW pro-
al that the University achieve
r atio of female employment in
demic positions equivalent to
dlability (as shown in num-
's of applications fot employ-
KEW agreed that additional
Mtors, such as the quality of the
titution which grants a degree,
)uld be considered, University
)kesmen said yesterday.
['he last point concerned HEW's'
im to jurisdiction over admis-
ns to doctoral programs which
vide employment opportunities
. teaching and research assist-
ts. The University says there
no doctoral programs in which
missions relate specifically to
KEW and the University have
bmitted the dispute to HEW
cretary. Elliot Richardson. and
ve agreed to abide by his de-
ion, which will be released with-
HEW's authority originates In!
amend edExecutive Order Is-
d Oct. 13, 1968, which forbids
ployment discrimination by
feral contractors, such as the
.iversity, on the basis of race,
igion, sex, age, or national on-
The HEW investigation began
after charges of discrimination by?
the University were filed last sum-
mer by the Department of Labor
by Ann Arbor FOCUS on Equal
Employment for Women.
Committments made by the
University in the corrective pro-
(continued from Page 1) locker room facilities for the ath-
construction of the facility in time letic department ,and its $3-400,- C
for Fall term '71 and because con- 000 cost could be paid for without
struction costs were expected to using any money from the legis-
rise considerably if bids were not lature or the University general j
taken during the winter when the fund.
building business is slack. Canham said he believes the(
Economics Prof. Frederic Scher- reason Senate Assembly was ap- use a'
er. chairman of the study group, prehensive about the new facility adopt
said his committee has met once was because they did not under- Marty
and is presently working in sub- stand that it could be financedseat
committees to gather data. He ex- without money from the general tooth
pressed the hope that they will fund. to the
have something to release shortly. Prof. Bernard Galler. a member sf thei
The group will present its findings of both Senate Assembly and the membea
to Senate Assembly at its next study group, said that Senate As-
meeting on Jan. 18, and the As- sembly did understand Canham's Scott
sembly will in turn make a report plan, and he personally opposed mittee
to the Regents on Jan. 21. the plan because he felt "it was proced'
According to University Ath- not clear whether that money expects
letic Director, Donald Canham, the couldn't be used to reduce the the Re
faculty would provide badly need- Athletic Department's annual gen- mer ou
ed medical, storage, classroom and eral fund allocation." the pl
Continued from Page 1i
t another university and
it. Committee member
Scott, however, said repre-
yes of the group had gone
er universities but that none
r judicial systems were sat-
ry to students and faculty
A said yesterday the com-
will finish drafting the
ural rules shortly, and he
s the group will meet with
egents this month to ham-
at agreement on a version of
-The achievement of s a L a r y To confront the problem, the
equity between male and female party will propose an amendment'
employes in comparable classifi- to the City Charter which would
cations; make placement of local inde-
-The payment of back wages to pendent parties on the ballot eas-
any female who has lost wages ier. The amendment, to be offered!
since Oct. 1968 due to discrimina- to City Council by Nicholas Kaz-
tion by the University because of arinoff, Democratic councilman'
her sex; from the 3rd Ward, states that the
-The recruitment of women for number of signatures needed of
academic positions to insure that registered voters 'in Ann Arbor
those who have comparable quali- must equal 1% of the total num-
fications are given opportunity ber of registered voters.
equal to males who are being con- As this would be an amendment'
sidered for the same positions; 'to the City Charter, it must be
-Priority consideration for fe- voted on by Ann Arbor residents.
male employes occupying clerical This would require that the'
or other non-academic positions amendment appear on the April
who seek promotion and who pos- ballot. To be placed on the ballot
sess qualifications equivalent to three-fifths or seven of the eleven
those of higher level male em- council members must approve of
ployes. the amendment.
Union delays strikea
(Continued from Page 1) Charles McCracken, president of
Judge William Ager denied EMU' Local 1583 was unavailable for
an injunction to end the walk-out comment on the University's pro-
and instead ordered the two groups posal yesterday.
.The convention elected a tem-
porary steeing committee to work
until the January convention. This
nine - member committee worked
throughout December renting an,
office (located at 309 E. Liberty),
organizing the agenda for the
January convention, contacting
the co mnity. and raising funds.
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Throughout the early weeks of
negotiations here, the University
did not reply to any of the un-
ion's proposals. However, on De-
cember 17, the University offered
a complete contract proposal
which James Thiry, manager of
employe and union relations, de-
scribed as "recognizing reasonable
changes asked by the union rep-
resentatives and also balancing the
legitimate interests of those who'
receive pay and benefits and those'
who pay the fees and bills for the!
services provided by the Univer-
Meanwhile, the radical political
party now organizing in Ann Ar-
bor has joined other student
groups in declaring their support'
for the AFSCME workers if they
decide to strike.
The party has indicated it will
help man picket lines if necessary.
and is urging Mayor Harris and
the Democratic party to display
similar support for the union.
Previously, Student Government
Council and a group of student
dormitory workers had expressed
support for the AFSCME mem-
iit for 'U'
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Members of the Harvey, squad
will, "receive training in intelli-
gence, surveillance, narcotics
identification, financial investiga-
tory techniques and other train-
ing," according to the proposal.
Jerry De Grieck, Vice President
of Student Government Council
said of the proposed squad last
night, "When a supposedly f r e e
society has to establish a 'red
squad' to spy on its students and
workers it has become as fascist
and repressive as it i clear that
our sheriff would desire it to be."
University President R o b b e n
Fleming said last night that he
had not heard of the sheriff's
plan, but he laughed when he was
informed as to their nature.
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