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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNFAIR PRACTI
Wald pushes for
CARLOS CASTANEDA ~ social involvement GEG hits '
(continued from Page 1) had no idea of w
(Continued from Page 1) WALD WAS DRIVEN into Ann applicable. the economic d
also claimed that the children Arbor by Near Eastern Studies "The environment was differ- be.
m a e o o wrof the village being studied Prof. John Bailey and remark- ent when that statement was 'WE FEEL
could have been fed for a frac- ed, "Your Professor Bailey, he's made," assistant to the Vice t E FthL
tion of the cost of the research. a professor of religion here, and President for Academic Affairs that if this we
In his speech, Wald also lash- he clearly drives as if he knew Charles Allmand told the union economic packa
Chre"imn tl h no implement iti
ed out at the role universities he had special protection. during a two-hour session at the Set Butwie
ust pue played during the Watergate af- After describing experiences Rackham building last night. real problems i
fair. "I've been told we've just he had in South Korea, Wald "We've got a whole new ball- what the rest of
CNT IC R E is F IRST again been through a constitutional told the audience, "I'm suppos- game.a reto
crisis and all the while I heard ed to be talking academic con- In refusing to grant the pay1 are, Almand
nothing from the government cerns to you, but this sounds hike, the University emphasized GEO charged
department at Harvard, and political. Let me say a few that they did so because they mitment to the
NO W I 0N TOC O H ST R Snothing from all the constitu- words to you. You can say any- _ _ . been madeber
-Btional lawyers. All my informa- thing you want in the universi cation, the Unive
tion came from newspapermen, ties, but if you say it to the thhsmitted to come
from Tom Wicker, Anthony right it's scholarship and if it's yAns Ipromise.
Lewis, Russell Baker-thank to the left it's politics." "It's like any
$95(God forRussellBakerandthe that was given b
New York Times.,, Continuing on the theme of G rel tion," bargaining
'sp academic freedom, he asserted, and former G
pared, and at one point he prok- The point of research is to 1 Mark Ferrenz s
ed out at the audience and re- find truth. But the hardest thing sow dow n cut it off afte
marked, "This is pretty dis- in the way is the curious realiza-Thats clearly
B o o k sh o p jointed isn't it? Well, take it as tion that some of the truths are (Continued from Page1) says.
C en ico re BIncit comes." Wald had said at the palatable where it matters and David Dickinson said last night "CERTAINLY
y229ad ofgutthhvnnryast an day t dhogt hee shmd are deeply embarrassing fot a the faclity was prepared to have bargin
3 iv7' aynaru Z9Cj U ni 1 1Ver sit y had gvn tnadsec
had been banished by "the very And if one speaks these truths "Patients are going to be ted yourself."
t___thrilling ride" he had had from one does this at one's own cared for, and the forms will The anion f
Metro Airport to Ann Arbor. peril." be filled out," he said. Dickin- that refusal to
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Wednesday, October 2, 1974
ICES CHARGED

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with suit
rest of LAST NIGHT'S session mark-
might ed five and half months of talks
between the University and the
trongly teaching fellows.
r total But it won't be until next
would w'ek's session that GEG pre-
ive to sents its final list of non-eco-
tvsome nomic demands, and not until
nwing Oct. 22 that they present the
1mands balance of their economic de-
roup. mands.
Although the full package is
e com- not yet finalized, it is expected
ke lead' that the demands will include:
certifi- -free tuition for all teaching
ts com-fellows:
on the -improved working condi-
tions;
benefit --a cost of living provision;
nioniza- and
nember -standardization of the work
airman loads through the University.
u can't
tiaton.3
he lawInmates
l d l i k e
hmd offere
ev training
a i n s t
e they (Continued from Page 1)
tion. It is hoped that after the
we are first trial, the program partici-
You be- pants will have the option of
gaining working in some area other
n Neff, than child care.
rsonnel. Tarkowski introduced Project
ition is Community involvement at Ad-
our re- rian last year, when he went
r cent to the institution's administra-
ble po- tors with a proposal to have
e costs University students tutor resi-
g unit," dents regularly in math and
English by using such games
a union as Scrabble. The administrators
were skeptical, but allowed the
file an program to be established.
charge THE PROGRAM was so well
in Em- received by residents that the
mission institution asked Project Com-
f it de- m nity to double the number of
acting ttors and to introduce other
em to projects.

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THE HOSPITAL director said
that "other physicians wil be
asked to fill out forms," but
admitted that the HOA could
"harass us in a lot of other
ways."
Soderstrom says that the ef-
fect of the last University pio-
mosal for a six to eight per cent
wage hike would be halved by
a plan to classify tie inLerns
! and residents as University em-
ployes, thus eliminating certain
benefits that doctors receive atI
Wayne County General Hoapital,
where they are consideed to
be county employes.
Interns and residents rotate
Sduring their work year be ween
the Wayne facility, University
Hospital and the Ann Arbor
1 e r .:.:.... - H

There is no question
discriminating against y
cause you are a bar
agent," admitted Willian
assistant director of per
"We have to. Our pos
that as of April 15, yc
quest for an eight pe
raise is now a bargaina
sition. This is one of th
of becoming a bargaining
he said.
GEO WAS certified as;
on April 15.
The GEO decision to
unfair labor practices
means that the Michiga
nlovment Relations Com
will heer the case, and i
cides the University is
~"fairly, will order th

veterans AaUinisi.oLJ nosAU1 "' "ease and desist" from the The group came back with a
_ peal Nnrietice. list of ideas, including the Vo-
But the procedure is long. It cational - Technical Program, a
may be anywhere from two videotape training program, a
Eastern Michigan to six weeks for a hearing be- driver education program and a
rfore a trial-examiner is named, journal called the Adrian Maga-
University and months after that before a zine. All but the Vocational
PLAYERS SERIES final decision is made. Progr;m were implemented in
EITHER SIDE can contest Januarv.
presents the decision, in which case an- The 12- to 18-year-old residents
f Iother hearing before the entire of Adrian have been convicted
Pantomime 74 commission would be set, and of offenses ranging from run-
the case re-examined. nine away from home and drug
' violations to car theft and lar-
YpsiantiHighScSince negotiations will con- cenv. Tarkowski describes them
tinue on all issues despite the "normal kids from econom-
suit, it is quite possible that ically and culturally deprived
Fri., Oct.4 the issue will be resolved before backgrounds. Most are low-in-
7:00 & 9:30 p.m. MERC takes action. come ghetto dwellers or rural
"It's a tactical maneuver," poor.
Sat., Oct. 5 William Lemmer of the Univer- "THEIR FAMILIES," he adds,
7:00 p.m. sity legal staff said. "In most "give them little backing when
487-1221 cases, the contract has already when they're in trouble, in
4een signed by the time MERC many cases. That's if they have
hands down its decision." parents."

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the union would "not d any- teaching fellows becaus
thing to harm the welfare of the had unionized.
patients."

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