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Thursdgyy, Jonuory 34, 1975

THE MIGNAL

Thursay, Jnuary30, 175 TH MICHe AN AILY

Cobb,

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rejects
latest 'U
offer
(Continued from Page 1)
intent of your choice of Dr.
Cobb for the LSA deanship and.
of your commitment to 10a(-dis-
crimination and affirmative ac-'
tion."
THE LETTER was end rsed
by eight organizations and ap-
proximately 75 individuals. A
statement on the sitaution is
expected from the black faculty
and staff association after their
noon meeting today.
One high University official
flatly declared that the admin-
istration's two-year, no-tenure
offer was "clearly designed to
elicit a negative answer."
Earlier, sources said the
Zoology department refused to
promise tenure for Cobb as
part of her contract. One
source contended the depart-
ment's action in the deanship
negotiations was intended to
protect "their own man" - Act-
ing Dean Frye, who was for-'
merly in the department.
ZOOLOGY department Chair-
man Carl Gans has refused to
comment on that report.
A source close to Cobb dis-
missed the entire selection pro-
cess as a "farce" and called
into question the University's
lack of faith in the "democra-
tic search committee."j
Blasting the administration's
reluctance to appoint an out-
sider, the source protested, "It
wasn't fair to Cobb or to David
Danleski (the Cornell ombuds-
man also up for the post) to
run them through the dog and
pony show when they had no
intention of considering either
of them."
MEMBERS of the search'
committee expressed stunned
amazement last night at the.
"bizarre turn events had tak-
en."
The Regents' final compliance:
with the Administration's wishes
raised the broader question ofI
exactly how far the Regents'!
power extends. One high-placed
source explained, "Legally the
Regents run the University, but
they often have to regress. They
have to rely on the administra-
tive officers for information and
are, in a sense, hand-fed."

u' grants
GEO 8%
pay hike
(Continued from Page 1)

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ment) who militantly
strike."

won't

When asked what he thought
the possibilities of a strike
were, an English teaching fel-
low commented, "Hard to say.
The people I've talked to aren't
very anxious to strike. I'm wait-
ing to be convinced."
Although the GEO leadership
is not releasing figures on its
membership, sources within the
union claimed last week that
they have the strength to shut
down LSA-but weaknesses ex-
ist in the science departments.
"In terms of departmental
strength, we're skyrocketing,"
said Gordon. "We won't know
what the feeling of the mem-
bership is vis-a-vis striking un-
til Thursday."

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Nurses vote for unionization

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DO YOU RESPECT, ADMIRE, OR LIKE ONE OF YOUR TEACHERS OR

if
you
see
news
happen
call

ASSOCIATES, YOUNG OR OLD, SHORT OR TALL, MAN OR WOM-
AN, TEACHING ASSISTANT OR PROFESSOR, ENOUGH TO FEEL
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(Continued from Page 1)

other un

what we want, but we'll also be Bowasnt
able to see what others are do- was ot
ing: we can hear what they I come of
want, too," she said. I wasn't
So far the hospital adminis-
tration, required by law to re-
main neutral on the issue, has
remained silent.
LAST NIGHT, Ted Bonus,
University director of state and
community relations said,
"They've made their selec-
tion, and we will deal with them
in the same way we deal with IF

ionized personnel." er," he said. "But I did think
maintained that he it would be much closer."
surprised by the out- "Well," Rebbeck comment-
the election, "But then ed, "I guess they'll just have
unsurprised by it eith- to get used to us."

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