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Tuesday, December 10, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hoge Nine

Tuesday, December 10, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY F~age Nine

M-ERI
(Continued from Page 1)
University is discriminating
against the union by denying a
promised eight per cent pay
hike. The University contends
that all issues are negotiable at
the table, and will grant no pay
increases until a contract is
signed.
Sperka's decision means that
the two. sides will probably be
going to mediation sooner than

P Ost pones
expected, as the GEO is anx- re-evaluation of the University's
ions to have the case heard and wage offer. 1
believes that it can strengthen SHORTLY after the decisionn
its legal position if the Univer- for postponement, which was t
sity refusal to yield delays me- worked out in private by the '
diation. judge during an hour and a.
Nonetheless, GEO officials half recess in the hearings, GEOCt
say they are unhappy with the; spokesman David Gordon ex- IC
delay, as they had hoped MERC pressed his disappointment:
would rule against the Univer- "By putting off the hearingh
sity and force an immediate a month, they've put off the I
eight per cent pay hike and a solution a month." t

GEO

case

But University attorney Wil-
iam Lemmer, who made the
motion for postponement, called
he delay the only reasonable
approach.
"THE IDEA is that a media-
or will help resolve the issue.
hope he will. But what I had
hoped was that we would have
made a negotiated agreement
before we even went to MERC.

Castro's Cuban revolution

We've got to do it someday," he
said.
However, the possibility that
the issue will yet be resolved by
MERC remains. Judge Sperka
refused to grant a University
motion to dismiss the suit, say-
ing that although he hoped the
issue would be resolved by
mediation, a continued impasse
would force him to examine the
merits of the case.
But MERC intervention in
the case might delay the con-
tract negotiations beyond the
end of the school year. accord-
ing to Sperka, as in all proba-
bility no contract would be
signed until the case was settled
- a process which takes
months.
THE TWO sides will meet
three more times before the
end of the semester in attempts
to resolve minor issues before
calling in a mediator, to help
facilitatenegotiations.
But until the mediator comes,
the state of negotiations, the
possibility of strike and a long
legal battle over wage levels,
are unresolved problems.

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(Continued from Page 4)
ship with the United States.
May 17: Declaration of the Agrarian
Reform Program, 40 per cent of Cuban
land comes under public control.
June - July: Governmental crisis, mod-
erate Manuel Urrutia is replaced by Os-
waldo Dorticos as President, anti-revolu-
tionary forces are organized.
THE DAY AFTER the bogus "Cuban
rebel" planes bombed Cuba, Castro de-
clares, for the first time, that the Cuban
revolution is socialist in nature. The
stage is set for the stupid and danger-
ous Bay of Pigs adventure; after the

CIA-planner invasion (April 17-19), the
American government establishes the
economic boycott which most Latin
American nations later adopt. A year
after the Bay of Pigs fiasco, the Cuban
missile crisis takes place, and American
and Russia come as close to starting
a nuclear war as they ever have. After
this affair ends, relations between Ha-
vana and Washington are extremely
tense, but Soviet-Cuban relations are not
good either (the Cubans thinking that
the Russians betrayed them in the mas-
ter).
A possible Cuban-American reconcilia-

tion coui
that time
1963, Ca
a discre
in order
ended a
and thet
Nixon pr
didn't h
the endt
the begi
the pros
ed intot
consider
TO

Attorney accuses Ehrliclhnan
of falsifying report to Nixon

d have been in the making at
e. From May until November of
stro drops numerous hints that
et round of negotiation might be
. The assassination of Kennedy'
ll hopes of an early settlement,
Viet Nam war, the Johnson, and
residencies (especially the latter)
elp matters any. Only towards
of the Nixon administration and
nning of the Ford presidency do
pects of Cuba being re-integrat-
the "American family" improve
ably.
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(Continued from Page 1) home on July 6, 1972, a fewf
cause it was one co-conspira- 1reeks after the June 17, 1972,1
tor, giving a self-serving state- Watergate break-in.
ment to another co-conspirator By that time, CIA leaders hadr
to relay on in case things came informed the FBI that no in-
unstuck." telligence resources in Mexico
would be jeopardized by a full-
The prosecutor said he is un- scale investigation of Water-t
able to "see that this is any- gate.
thing but a charade in which "The President said to me in
Ehrlichman and Nixon were to short that he doubted that as-
help protect one another once shrtae doubte ta ta-
the cover-up began coming surancfied. , Ehrlichman Ltesi-
fid He believed Gen WVfitersi
apartt was in effect covering up CIA
EIRIUA esiidta activities."
after interviewing several per-a THE 49-YEAR old Ehrlicnman
sons involved in Watergate, he quoted Nixon as saying that de-
drafted the report in the mid- spite what the CIA said Nixon'
dIe of the night on April 11 and believed "a vigorous FBI in-i
handed it to Nixon the next day. vestigation could uncover con-I
Although Neal said the prose- idential and secret CIA activi-
cution had no objection to in- ties to the detriment of the CIA'
troduction of the report, Sirica and national security."
said he would rule on the ad- C I A deputy director Gen.
missibility of the document as Vernon Walters has testified
evidence today. that at the request of defendant
Earlier, Ehrlichman recounted H. R. "Bob" Haldeman, the'
meetings he had with Nixon at FBI was asked to limit its in-
Nixon's San Clemente, Calif., vestigation into money used to
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1972, break-in. Later, Walters
testified that the FBI was told
no CIA interests were involved.
acting FBI Director Patrick
Gray he wasn't going to allow
"those kids at the White House"
to push him around.
P R E V IOU S testimony has
shown Ehrlichman ordered Gray
not to hold the meeting with
various FBI and CIA officials
in the weeks following the break-
in.

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