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LOOKING
The Graduate Employes' Or-
R EVIEganization(GEO), which repre-
fellows, researchers and staff

SACK

THE WEEK IN

Intens sttleit must have been a little dis-
Interns settle concerting. The finalt10-hour
Yet another union took its bargaining round began quickly
slice out of the University's be- after the interns spent a day
leaguered financial pie last disrupting the hospital by re-
week. After one attention-get- f using to do routine paperwork
ting day of work slowdowns and stringing picketlines in
bargainers for University Hos- front of the Observatory St. en-
pital's 500 interns and resident trance.
physicians won a tentative one- No one would say the pickets
year contract that includes an sped up the settlement, but at
eight per cent across-the-boards 5 p.m., a lot of administrators
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assistants, announced last week
it will sue the University before
the state's employment rela-
tions commission (MERC) for
unfair labor practices.
GEO claims the bargain-in-
good - faith rule was broken
when the University changed
former Vice President Allan
Smith's promise last spring of
an eight per cent wage hike
from a committment to a "bar-
; ainable position.

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pay hike for 1974-75. must nave wameaL
The pact, which was expected with stethoscopes and placards HE LEGAL issue is com-
to be ratified by the member- to reach their cars. At 5 a.m., plex: GEO says the pro-
ship of the House Officers As- there was a new contract. mise was made to discourage
sociation (HOA), also includes teaching fellows and assistants
provisions for setting up a un oes to court from voting to unionize, and
ion shop, preserving fringe GEOthe retraction is a violation of
benefits, and instituting better Looking out from the criss- state law. The University insists
patient care procedures. This crossed windows of the Admin- that the labor law doesn't apply
last had been a major issue for
the interns, and some were still istration Building, it must ap- since GEO wasn't a union when
grumbling when the agreement pear that hungry, sharp-clawed Smith made his promise.
grmb.ngAwhesidthe Rogrernt unions crouch and plot behind "There is no question we are
came. HOA President Robert every bush. If it isn't the teach- discriminating against you be-
Soderstrom conceder the pacting fellows threatening a strike, cause you are a bargaining ag-
took a lot of flak in a dry- it's the clericals calling in the ent, admitted assistant Univer-
run rti icat on sessionoffcials' United Auto Workers' sophisti- sity Personnel Director William
predicted the contract would cated, powerful operation. And Neff. "This is one of the costs
easily get majority backing. if you can stand to see doctors of becoming a bargaining unit."
on the picketline up at U Hos- Another one of the costs is
EOR HOA, it was an impres- pital, keep your head down;
sive flexing of organization- the teaching fellows are back, that borne by the employer -
al muscle; for the University, and this time they're filing suit. in this case, the University. Ne-
__ 1*gotiations with GEO have now
1 gone on for 5 months, and the

Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN
PLACARDS AND STETHOSCOPE: Interns and resident
physicians picket the entrance to University Hospital Wednes-
day in an effort to speed up bargaining and gain public at-
tention. The move appeared to work: a contract emerged
early the next morning.

teaching fellows are beginning
to hint around about a Decem-
ber strike if bargaining stalls.
Meanwhile, it may t a k e
months before MERC reaches a
decision on the GEO lawsuit.
* * *

In a legal battle rife with
complexities, Cellar attorney
Ray Clevenger is arguing that
the store is not only dependent
on the University for funding
and final decision-making pow-
er, but also got an unfair shake
from state officials when the

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Celar s.theta ma 'commission made its prone Last
Cellar vs. the taX man year.
Ironically, the University
Cellar was scrambling last week ONE EXPERT on tax law
to prove its umbilical closeness last week described the Cel-
with the University - only five lar's case as the weakest of the
years after thousands of stu- five "auxiliary corporations" -
dents struck classes and seized the Intercollegiate Athletics
buildings to establish an inde- Board, the University Club, and
pendent student bookstore. Why the Lawyers Club, and the Un-
the reversal? Economic rea- ion, as well as thesCellar.
Therefore, the source said, the
sons, of course. bookstore's plight has been
Earlier this fall the State Tax separated in court from the
Commission ordered the Cellar other four, who are also fighting
.; kto keep their tax shelter.

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