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Friday, October 11, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page. Seven

Friday, October 11, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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opposes union

Group proposes
SGC reform plans

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(Continued from Page 1)
The labor lawyer urged the
supervisors to portray strikes
as an idle threat, noting that
state law prohibits public em-
ployes from walking out.
But, a member of Ann, Ar-
' T II - 4

(Coleman) Young recently went
to Lansing and pushed for pub-
lic employes' rights to strike'
legally."
NEFF BACKED HIS platform
with over 20 pages of hand-outs,
including a detailed outline of

the meeting in an instructional
manner or with a superior at-
titude, and be sincere."
Neff and his handouts warned
the supervisors not to use coer-
cive or illegal tactics in ap-
proaching the clericals.

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bors UAW organizing commit- s s t-
tee, who asked not to be iden- the proposed meetings with cler-i Neff said his role at the meet
ing wvas within the law and not
tified, rejected Neff's argu- icals. The guidelines declared in under University auspices.
ment, asserting, "The UAW po- part: "Always keep a cool head .
sition is that striking is illeg- a-The.University recently dis-
al, but a strike would certain- nd do not show any emotion or tributed a special memo to all
ly be justified if the Univer-I anger if you are put on thet supervisors outlining measures1
sity were not bargaining in good spot by pro-union staff mem- to take if clerical disturbances
faith. Also (Detroit) Mayor bers (clericals). Do not conduct arise. The memo publicizes a
"Hotline for Help" phone num-
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By JEFF SORENSEN
The Commission to Studyl
Student Governance (CSSG) ap-
proved a compromise plan last
night to recommend three pos-
sible models of student govern- ,
ment in a report to be sent toF
the University Board of Re-;
gents in December.
The report calls for massive
re-organization of student gov-
erment and also asks for full
student voting membersaip on
the governing boards of -ill.Uni-
versity schools and colleges.
THE GROUP, consisting of
students and faculty mhe rs
appointed last year by the. Re-

over Turkey vote

personnel department.

Ford seeks support

WASHINGTON (P) - Presi-
dent Ford threatened last night
to move to force Congress back
into session just before next
month's elections if the House
refuses to delay an arms cut-
off to Turkey.
The presidential maneuver
was disclosed by reliable
sources after Ford publicly ap-
pealed in a Detroit speech for
"just 60 days of flexibility" to
press the search for peace in
Cyorus.
THE SOURCES said
Ford telephoned House Repub-
lican Leader John Rhodes ofr
Arizona, and made clear that
unless the House delays the
Turkish aid cutoff he will with-

hold action on a measure neces-
sary for many government ag-
encies to meet their Nov. 1 pay-
rolls.
That measure, a resolution to
continue foreign aid as well as
funding for such domestic ag-
encies as the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare,
contains the Turkish aid cutoff
amendment.
The continuing resolution is
already on Ford's desk, and be-
fore Congress recesses today
for a month, the House is
scheduled to act on a separate
Senate - passed measure delay-
ing implementation of the aid
cutoff for 60 days.

gents, will probably approve toe
full report by the end of the
month.
T h e recommendation a 3 k s
Student Government Council to
call for a constitutional coeven-
tion to re-organize the Council
as a conglomerate Michigan
Student Assembly (MSA).
Some assembly reprzsenta-
tives would be chosensinme.t-
large elections by students,'
others would be appoined byj
student members of each col-
lege senate.
AFTER HEATED debate on
how the MSA executive would;
be chosen, the commission voted
to suggest three options to the
Regents, rather than approve
one recommendation by a nar-
row margin.
The three plans approved last
night were:
-gthe "legislative model." In-
cluded in the original d&aft and
approved by seven commission
members, this plan calls for the
MSA to be headed by a chair-
person selected by the Aseem-
blv.
-the "executive m o d e 1."
Backed by SGC President Carl
Sandberg, this plan, whicn re-
ceived five commission votes,
calls for an at-large elected
student body president who
would serve as the chairperson
of the MSA.
-the "executive and legisla-
tive model." Proposed last week
by Sandberg, this plan asks for'
a student body president in ad-
dition to an MSA chairperson.
This proposal got no first pace
votes.

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ERIM may face vote

(Continued from Page 1)
Brown, hoping to move his
organization to the.Bendix prop-
erty on Plymouth Rd., says re-t
location is necessary because
ERIM's lease with the Univer-
sity to "use the Willow Runj
property expires in three years.
Barbra Fuller, a consultant!
for the Interfaith Council for
Peace and part of the move
against ERIM, has called the
institute's name change in '731
as "a sleight-of-hand trick .
the University had to get out
of Willow Run's classified re-
search because of pressure
from students and faculty.'
ERIM HAS also attracted con-
troversy due to its tax-exempt
status.
Presently ERIM p a y s no!
property tax on the University-
owned property at Willow Run
Airport and has Internal Rev-
enue Service tax-exempt status
as well.
If the Bendix site were given
tax-exempt status, the city could
lose up to $158,000 in revenues.
Brown has offered 10 per cent
of ERIM's income in lieu of
taxes, about $40,000.
Commissioner Elizabeth Tay-
lor predicts the initial bond ap-
proval "will probably pass 11-4
or 10-5" and appeared surprised
yesterday that the bond ap-
proval could go to the voters.

However, Taylor expressed
confidence the bond floatation
would fail, saying, "People see
money on the ballot and just
say no."
BUT COMMISSIONER James
Walter predicted that "the
bonds will pass overwhelming-
ly" if the plan goes to a refer-
endum, adding that he is con-
fident the commissioners will
pass it in November.
Commissioner Meri Lou Mur-
ray said she will vote against
the ERIM bonds and favored a
petition drive which "would let'
the people have the chance to
vote on the ERIM issue."
HRP candidate Diane Hall,,
who is running against incum-
bent Commissioner Kathy Foj-
tik, said she views the referen-
dum as an "increasingly viable"
possibility and indicated the 45-
day referendum period would be
challenged in the courts.
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(Continued tram Page 1)
the people who now file federal
income tax returns.
"This is a finely - tuned plan
with enough sacrifices but
enough equity to success-
fully b a t t le inflation with-
out penalty for the average citi-I
zens," Ford said. "These pro-'
grams can only be implemented
with the help of the people
across the country and Con-
gress."
Commenting on the upcoming
election, Ford said a major de-
feat for Republican candidates
across the country could spell
the end of the party.
BUT HE ADDED, "I have
confidence in the Republican'
Party and that ourhcandidates
will do well at the federal,
state, and local levels."
sure the continuation of the
two-party system.
In the prepared text of his
speech, Ford stated that he will
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visit more than 17 states before
the election, but termed ther
stumping "not campaigning in?
the ordinary sense.'
HE STATED, "I will bring toi
Americans all over the countryr
my conviction that we can de-
feat inflation by electing can-
didates for Congress who will
j o i n me in making hard
choices."
Before his appearance at the
Republican dinner, Ford spent
an hour at a $500-per-person re-
ception at the Pontchartrain
Hotel.
ACROSS THE street in front
of Cobo Hall, about 300 dem-
onstrators greeted Ford's ar-
rival with a barrage of chants
and boos. They were protesting
the President's stands on infla-
tion, amnesty, and other issues.

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