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FQge Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 9; 1975

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 9, 1975

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GEO strike looms'

ALL WELCOME ONTRACTnegotiations be-
at H I L L E L-1429 Hill St. tween the University and
the Graduate Employes Or-I
ganization (GEO) are approach-
r~s:.- -""'-o--w ---w"' ---- -w -w-"""""""" -"" ing the eleventh hour as both
-CLIP AND SAVE- sides prepare themselves for
r E:what now appears inevitable-
JEW ISH ACTIVITIES : a walkout by at least one-third
* of the 2,200 Graduate Student
r * Assistants. (GSA).
N CAMPUS I Unlike last year, when union
*leaders were uncertain of rank-
SDT-Feb. 16-Charity Spaghetti Party : and-file sentiment and a vote
5-8 p.m.-$1.75 to walk out failed530-355, strike
I support among a majority of
Feb. 14, 15, 16-Charity Panhellenic GEO members is now almost al
P foregone conclusion.I
1_Plant Sale _ At a mass meeting Wednes-
*rday night, over 600 union sup-
H I LLEL-Feb. 15-Dance with live porters applauded wildly as
band-free refreshments GEO leader Mark Kaplan pre-
*rsented the strike vote recom-
Amendation of the organization's
A E PH I-Watch for upcoming party r executive committee.j
Wfi"It's time to stop waiting,"
YAVNEH-Feb. 22-Purim Party at !Kaplan declared. "It's time to
Herw Ho s-rpm show them (the administrators)
Hebrew House-9 p.m. i that we're ready to strike un-
Saturdays-Torah Study at til they're ready to come
* across."
Hebrew House-4 p.m. GEO demands include a 14
:, per cent pay hike, a $200 re-
SOVIET JEWRY-Feb. 24- duction in tuition, regulations
a on class size, and more input'
Demonstration at Power Center concerning curriculum and

STRIKE SUPPORT a m o n g
undergraduates w h i c h
appeared to be scraping rock-
bottom only a few weeks ago,
is now burgeoning at a sur-
prising rate.
The impending walkout has
provoked many fiery debates in
University classrooms as teach-
ing fellows and professors ar-
gue their case before students.
As a result, many classes have
chosentto suspend operations
completely during the strike
and many more plan to honor
the picket lines by meetings
only off-campus.
In addition, the Michigan
Brotherhood of Teamsters has
vowed to support the GEO
strike, a move which should
bring the University to its knees
in a very short time. By honor-
ing the picket lines, the Team-
sters will prevent delivery of
many essential supplies to
classroom buildings and dormi-
tories.
With strong undergraduate
and Teamster support, the
strike probably could not con-
tinue beyond two weeks. Ob-
viously, University negotiators
will then be forced to soften
their position toward GEO de-
mands.
ROTC decision
_N AN INSTITUTION the size
of the University, policy-
making is usually a slow, pon-
derons process with fairly pre-
dictable results. However, this
was not the case when the liter-
ary college (LSA) faculty un-
expectedly ousted a proposal
Monday that would grant credit

Daifv Photo by STUART HOLLANDER
GEO members raise their union cords Wednesday night
in defiance of the University administration as they over-
whelmingly resolved to take a strike vote.

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policy decisions. Te walkout
vote began Thursday and will
end tomorrow.
The strike, which will virtual-
ly shutdown some literary col-,
lege departments, will involve
nearly all of the GEO's cer-
tified 1,000 members as well as
a fairly sizeable number of
non-union GSA's who plan to
honor the picket lines.

to some Reserve Officer Train-
ing Corps (ROTC) classes aft-
er a mere 30 minutes of de-
bate.
Totally disregardingtPresi-
dent Fleming's plea that the
discussion focus on the ques-
tion of academic merit, the fac-
ulty instead hashed out the
mor-I and political implications
behind ROTC's presence on
campus.
With a record 400 faculty
members and concerned stud-
ents attending the regular
monthly LSA meeting, the pro-
posal was decisively voted down
by a 2-1 margin. Only two of
the nearly 25 debate partici-
pants adopted a hard-line posi-
tion in .defense of ROTC, and
their arguments were swamped
by the plethora of opposing opin-
ions.

75 protesters braved the freez-
ing temperatures to demon-
strote against ROTC course
credit prior to the faculty meet-
ing.
A RMY COMMANDING Offic-
er Colonel Kenneth Irish,
who coordinates the campus
ROTC program voiced his dis-
nle-s-re with the "unfair" fac-
ulty decision and reiterated his
e rlier concern that it would
cause enrollment to dwindle
even firther from its present-
lv low levels.
"Tf we don't receive credit,
I susneet that if junior enroll-
,'n--t doesn't go inn, this unit
will be dissolved," Trish as-
serted early lst month.
However, his assertion is
without much basis because the
University's 61 ROTC students
r~n r~ tl b tin rrdit fn

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This decision overrode an c~n Ireseniv UJ am credir
LSA Curriculum committee military - oriented c o u r s e s
recommendation that credit be troah every college except
the School of Music and LSA.
re-instated for a certain num- "This (the faculty decision)
ber of ROTC courses that had sho' ltn't affect ROTC too
relatively little military con- much by and large," remarked
tent. Carduner.
A SSOCIATE DEAN of Curric-
ulum Jean Carduner ob- C bb afi
served, "The faculty didn't vote { T4
on the report. They voted on NOTHER CHAPTER in the
how they felt about ROTC. The ' contin'ling saga of Jewel
great majority is still strongly Cobb otened up last week as
opposed to the idea of ROTC." The bqily le-rned that the Uni-
Economics Prof. W. H. Au- versity administration flatly re-
den, originator of a highly re-: icted the LSA deanshin candi-
spected 1969 recommendation diate because of the zoologv de-
that the LSA faculty eliminate nartment's refusal to grant her
credit for ROTC courses, em-! temire.
phasized the "fundamental in- According to well - informed
compatibility between the De- sorces, Cobb agreed to the
fense Department and the col- controversiAl no - tenure offer,
lege." bit w-s told by Fleming she
Although faculty opposition to cold not accept it because no
ROTC was surprisingly strong, LSA dean has ever gone with-
especially in light of the Cur- out tenure.
riculum committee's recom- This nosition is at consider-
mendations, organized student able variance with a statement
resistance to the military pro- isslied by Rhodes earlier in the
sgram was merely a hollow re- week which contended that a
surrection of its f o r m e r no-tenure situation is "not un-
strength. unusual for those apnointed to
While administrators and University administrative posi-
academicians were deliberating tions from outside institutions."
the ROTC credit question five Meanwhile, sources close to
years ago, self-proclaimed ra- the Regents indicated that
dicals disrupted military class- more than one board member is
es and more than 700 students now convinced that Fleming
marched on the Diag. and Vice President for Academ-
Last Monday, however, only ic Affairs Frank Rhodes "ma-
st -nd-y,----enipulated" the Regents and ap-
proached Cobb with no inten-
CIARTERS tion of persuading her to ac-
Ec-cept the deanship - despite the
unanimous Regental vote to of-
fer her the position.
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