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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, September 27,'1974
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By JEFF DAYI
Contract negotiations between
the University and the Graduate'
Employes Organization (GEO)
bogged down last night when
the administration refused to
make counter-proposals to a list
of union demands.
The University is unable to
make any more than the most
general commitments until the
GEO presents a total package,
according to chief administra-
tion negotiator Charles Allmand.
The GEO will offer such a
proposal, covering non-economicj
demands, on Oct. 7-a decision
made during a half-hour caucus:
early in the meeting.I
GEO represents the Univer-
sity's 2,200 teaching fellows, re-
searchtassistants, and staff
Despite a generally non-pro-
Rackham Grad Students
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The University is a
Kidnap plot against
RFK kids revealed
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Se-
cret Service agents were sent
to Boston Sept. 14 to guard six
of Ethel Kennedy's children in
answer to a "potential kidnap-
ping threat," the Treasury
Department said yesterday.
A spokesman for the depart-
ment said he did not know
which of the Kennedy children
was threatened. It was reported
that the threat was directed
against "Kennedy ,blood."
THE SPOKESMAN said the
agents were sent to Boston on a
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after the threat was received1
Ethel Kennedy, the widow of
Sen. Robert Kennedy, has 11
children. Six of her children
live or work in the Boston area.
"I don't know which of the
children was the target of the
threat," the spokesman said.
"So all in the Boston area re-
In Boston, it was reported
that the order directing the
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Secretary William Simon. The
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Dick Drayne, press secretary
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"because it only leads to
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The senator has one son, Ted
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ductive session, one heated ex-
change revealed that the Uni-
versity would reject a GEO de-
mand of five-year tenure for
The negotiations took place in
the Rackham Building, before
a sparse audience mostly made
up of GEO members.
The talks stalled as the Uni-
versity negotiators told the
GEO that despite a previous
understanding, there would be
no counter proposals - to de-
mands presented early last
"We have been trying to work
out a piecemeal approach, and
we've gotten to the point where
that's not going to work,"All-
mand told the group.,
But the University's position
that negotiations would be dif-
ficult until a complete package
of d e m a n d s was presented
prompted angry response from
"Our understanding was very
clear that you would respond,"
GEO bargainer Michele Hoy-
man replied. "And you have
had a week and two days to
But the University placed the
blame for any delays squarely
on the GEO. "We are not mov-
ing slowly, we ,are waiting for
you to come through with a
total economic or non-economic
package," Allmand replied.
At next week's session, which
will take place Tuesday at 8:00
p.m. in the Rackham Building,
the GEO will present demands
for an eight per cent wage
hike which was promised last
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also written several books on
forestry - his area of expertise.
Faculty and students at the
University of Texas'plan to look
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