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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 12,_1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 12,1974

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female faculty members "very,
disappointing."_ She maintainedl
that the difference between male,
and female salaries yast year,
ranged frfom $1,000 for a lec-
turer all the way up to $5,400
for a full professor-.
ASSERTING THAT "We just
don't seem to have achieved
equity of salary," McGuigan
said the salary gap has been
narrowed to $5,188 for a full
professor this year.
More dramatic progress is evi-
dent in the number of women
graduate students admitted. Ac-
cording to McGuigan, half of the
female applicants were accepted
this year in comparison with
46% of the male applicants. ;
McGuiaan cited the admission

most impossible 10 to 15 years
ago."
EUNICE BURNS, chairman{
for the Commission for Women,
described the Commission's role
as one of "expanding opportuni-
ties for women at the University
while investigating policies."
"We have only the power of per-
suasion," she said.
Indicating the varioustwomen's
groups represented 'at yester-
day's meeting, Burns also said,
"We try to maintain a liaison
between groups."
Sandy Silverstein of the Grad-
uate Employes Organization
(GEO) outlined some of the is-
sues GEO is confronting in its
present collective bargaining
sessions with the University.
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appointments of women ac aca-
demic teaching positions, day
care for graduate employes, and
maternal and paternal leave for
graduate employes."
She added, "Naturally these
are issues whichR outrage the
University. They have an all-
male bargaining team, -while
ours contains a majority of wo-
men."
BEFORE CLOSING the for-
mal part of the meeting for a
more casual rap session on wo-
men's issues, Prof. Maxine
Loomis of the Commission on
the Status of Women in Gradu-
ate Education, briefly introduced
a report compiled by the Com-
mittee. The report's title, "The
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Loomis' view, that is, "the high-
er you go up the academic lad-
der, the fewer women there
are."
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