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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 11, 1975

BARKAH 'HAB
The Israeli Committee of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Michigan is PROUD AND PRIVILEGED
TO WELCOME
THE PRESIDENT OF ISRAEL
The Honorable Ephraim Katzir
who will speak at a University Convocation
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12-4 P.M.
RACKHAM LECTURE HALL

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Tuesday, March 11 Wednesday, March 13, 1975

TENTATIV E AGREEMENT:

GEO accord reached,

Day Calendar
WUOM: Barbara Newman, NPR,
Ralph Nader, & Dr. Ted Taylor,
chmn., Int'l Research & Technol-
ogy, on problem of plutonium
breeder reactors & nuclear power,
10 am.I
MHRI: Gail Raimi-Dreyfuss &
Manfred Kochen, "On the Psych-
Linguistics Reality of Fuzzy Sets,"
2055 MHRI, 10:30 am,
Medical Ctr. Commission for Wo-
men:C3086 Outpatient, noon.
STAFS Seminar: L. Wolf, J. Ku-
lik, "Higher Education: A Prescrip-;
tion for Change," E. Conf. Rm.,
Rackham, noon.
Ctr. Chinese Studies: Mark Sel-
den, Washington U., St. Louis, "Ye-
nan Revisited," Commons Rm.,
Lane Hail, noon.
Maternal, Child Health Films:;
rnd th Hne in Viet-

Recruiting on campus: Roosevelt
University/Lawyer's Assistant Pro-
gram - Seniors interested in para-
legal training; Helione - Monroe
County Community Mental Health
Ctr. Educatipon Coordinator - Coor-
dinate and superv. Community Ed-
ucation and Outreach program for
substance abuse agency - B's in
Psych, Soc., Soc. Wk. or related
degree; and Johnson & Johnson -
Production Management position.
Paidtposition for graduate stu-
dents at Iowa St. U. as Residence
Hall Advisor, apt., meals and $261
mo. for academic yr. Deadline Ap-
ril 15. Write 1220 Wallace-Wilson
Commons, Ames, IA 50010.
Undergraduate Students interest-
ed in emotionally disturbed chil-
dren - traineeships and summer
camp counselor jobs with Devereux
Foundation in 7 states. Write Dr.
Henry Platt, Devon, PA 19333.

(Continued from Page 1)
The University's proposal and
its acceptance by the GEO led
the way to the tentative agree-
ment Sunday on all contract
issues.
Only two non-contractual is-
sues remained to be resolved-
the question of how make-up
work for all classes taught by
graduate s t u d e n t assistants
(GSAs) would be handled, and
the question of academic re-
prisals against strikers and un-
deregraduate supporters of the
strike.

will not go back to work unless
they are assured that no re-
prisals of any kind will be taken
against strikers or undergradu-'
ate supporters.
C h i e f University negotiator
Charles Allmand claimed that
the matter is one which falls
7under faculty jurisdiction and
cannot be regulated by the ad-
ministration.
Since the bargaining teams
were first notified of the ap-
pointment of the fact-finder, the
GEO has claimed McDonald's
background on the D e t r o i t
School Board and his alleged

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The Michigan Academy of
Science, Arts, & Letters
PRESENTS

Willi*am F Buckley vs.
Zolton Ferency, Perry Bullard
MODERATOR: RON TROWBRI DGE
FRIDAY, APRIL 4-8:00 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
General Admission: $1.50
TICKETS: Until March 26, send self-addressed, stamped enve-
lope, with payment, to: The Michigan Academy, 2117 Wash-
tenaw, Ann Arbor, 48104. Remaining tickets available March 31-
April 4 at Hill Auditorium box office, 1-4 p.m., and one hour
before program.

Tne Agony aa ne trpe nve - " '" ^. ~ "b
nam, M112, SPH ii, noon. PrMontess e 16 - Au . 1 ira THE MAKE-UP issue was re- anti-busing stand indicate that
FAC: "International Population ton Plains, MI., for college gradu- solved yesterday evening. This he would be prejudiced in favor
Prospects and Food," Int'l Ctr., ates - tuition $775. Also a winter is only a "letter of agreement" of the University.
noon; "Poverty and Hunger in the prog incl. internship, $12.50.
USA: Failure of Feeding Programs," between the parties which pro-
TF Aud., SPH, 3 pm; "Religious vides that AS IT turned out, however,
and Ethical Issues Concerning the Summer Placement graduate employes McDonald's decision split the
Food Crisis," Kuenzel Rm., Union, 3200 SAB, 763-4117 will report to their department benefits between the two sides
H Camp Oakland. MI.. Physical! chairman upon going back on and his recommendation pre-
back, "Culture as Environment," Emotional: interview Thurs. Mar. the job, confer on make-up sented some new compromises.
4001 CC Little, 3 pm. 13r t peningsinclu rk and submit to the chair- The agency shop clause is
t.CodntonAcet o-rwaterfront arts/crafts, nurse, Pro- .wradsbi otecar
Ctr. Coordination Ancient, Mod- gram Dir., kitchen help, asst. cook. man's decision on how make-up now more complex than had
ern Studies: Shuen-fu Lin, "Tsao's Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Socie-
Dream of the Red Chamber," 2408'ty Det: Interview Fri. Mar. 14/21 work will be handled. been originally anticipated. It
Mason, 4 pm. ty, pnns t ,bsdie provides for the following:
, s:- 5i ongs:nursebusdrier, The wages of all GSAs who -An underestanding that the
Ctr. Jananese Studies: Mark Sel- kitchen staff, waterfront, drama. A neetnigta h
don, Washington U., St. Louis, "The CDet girl scouts: went on strike will be docked. GEO, as the sale bargaining
New Face of Empire: American Mul Interview Mon. Mar. 17 10-5. Open- However, should the individual representative for graduate em-
Commons Rm., Lane Hall, 4 pm. ings: waterfront, troop leaders & department chairman d e c i d e ployeS, is entitled to a fee fromI
Physics: Dr. Sepo Sari, MIT, assts., nature/ecology, art, cook & all employes benefitting from a
"what We Can Learn About Semi- asst., nurse. that GSAs will handle make-up
conductor Surfaces from Optical Ex- work they will be paid on a nor-
periments," 2038 Randall Lab, 4 THE MICIGiI(AN DAII.V mal basis.
pm. Volume LXXXV, No. 126 R
English, Ext. Service: Poetry read- Tuesday, March 11, 197 In view of this, a striklng~
ing, Joyce Peresoff, Joseph Salerno, is edited and managed by students GSA who made up all of his
Aud. 3, MLB, 4:10 pm. at the University of Michigan. News missed work would lose no pay
Multi-Cultural Workshops: James phone 764-0562. Second class postage - wun'
Standifer, "Music Is Culture," 2302 paid at Ann Arbor. Michigan 48106 for being on strike. It is uncer-
SEB; Marshall Howard, "Speech Published d a i 1 y Tuesday through tarn, however, how many de-
SEB; Irene Tehada, "Art and Cul- sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann partment chairmen will dele-,
ture," 2327 SE 7-9 pm. Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription ea - (Continued from Page 1)
rates: $10 by carrier (campus area a
Pendleton Arts Info. Ctr.: Ronold $11 local mail (Michigan and Ohio); to GSAs. demic Affairs John Romani,
Winokur, Detroit Inst. of Arts, "An $12 non-local mail (other states and and several other physicians
Introduction to 'The Age of Revolu- foreign. AE professors connected with
tion: Painting in France 1774-1830"' Sumnmer session published 'ues- A F-T E R RESOLVING the andp
Union, 7:30 pm. Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier make-up disagreement, the par- the University Hospital.
ecampus area); $6.00 local mail
Hille: "Prayer: Why, When, (Michigan and Ohio); $6.50 non- ties began discussion of the re- T
What" Hillel, 8 pm. local mail (other states and foreign). prisaNAqueston.thEe hasr top
Astronomical Film Festival: Kids' day through saturday morningpris question. The GEO has candidates selected by the
f'ims, the Solar system, time, Sky- - __stated firmly that its members search committee were passed
lab student experiments, Aud. 3, - on to the Hospital's executive
MLB, 8 pm. board, which selected Reinert-
Music School: Degree recital, sen as the leader. The board's
Terry Donn, trombone, Recital Hall ,choice was endorsed by Univer-
$ pm. sity President Robben Fleming
Career Planning & Placement F on the basis of both Reinert-
3200SA 1or7 41r gsen's credentials and inter-
appointments. 475freuin views with the candidate, ac-
cording to Hospital Relations
Director Louis Graf.

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amay be
at head
"He's gone through one set of
interviews, and I guess a chap
doesn't get quite that far unless
somebody's favorably impress-
ed with him."
Dean of Medicine John Gron-
vall remarked last night, "He's
a first-rate person. He impress-
ed everyone during his earlier
visit."
Gronvall described the va-
cant directorship as "one of the
most important teaching hos-
pital director jobs in the coun-
try.
"THE HOSPITAL is the larg-
est in the country operated by
a university," he added. "And
Michigan was the first univer-
sity to establish a hospital."
After meeting with Reinert-
sen on Sunday, the Relents will
probably decide whether to ac-
cept or reject him during their
next meeting, which has not
yet been scheduled.
Reinertsen, 47, has for five
years been the chief adminis-
trator of the University of Utah
hospital in Salt Lake City. For
17 years prior to that, he was
the vice president for adminis-
tration of Evanston Hospital,
one of the Northwestern Uni-
versity hospitals.
He graduated from Augustana
College in Rock Island, Illinois,
and took his masters degree in
administration at Northwestern.

negotiated contract.
-For a period of one year af-
ter ratification of the contract,
no present employe may be
fired for not paying his or her
dues. However, the GEO may
take non-paying employes to
court for not paying.'In other
words, the fee takes on the
status of a bill to be paid, and
non-payment is subject to civil
procedure.
-Effective September, 1975,
all new graduate employes must
pay the fee or be fired. The fee
becomes a "condition of em-
ployment."
The "grievability of fraction"
clause had been a nagging prob-
lem for some time. An employ-
ment fraction designates the
amount of work GSAs do, and
the GEO has charged that some
GSAs are not being paid accord-
ing to their employment frac-
tion.
The sides agreed on the prin-
ciple part of the clause, and
agreed that a grievance pro-
cedure should be in effect.
However, the University refused
to put the procedure into effect
immediately, a n d McDonald
ruled in their favor.
The procedure will begin at
the end of the current term.

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that he has "not yet been pre-
sented with an offer," so he
could not guage the probability
that he will take the director-
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But University Secretary
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Al Wheeler's phone is a symbol of his style of
leadership: Though he has held many high
posts, he has never isolated himself from the
individual n e e d s of the people in this com-
mnunity.

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AL WHEELER'S TELEPHONE
IT HAS BEEN A HOT-LINE FOR PEOPLE IN DISTRESS:
For nearly a generation, Al Wheeler's home telephone has answered calls for help, day in and day out, many times at
all hours of the niqht-a family facing eviction, a youth in trouble, an incident with authorities in which tempers
flared.
IT HAS CALLED AL WHEELER TO HIGH RESPONSIBILITIES:
The offices of three Michigan governors have called to ask Al Wheeler to serve on state commissions-on the Prob-
lems of Aging, on Financing Public Schools, and on Educational Reform;
This phone enlisted Al Wheeler's aid in many difficult situations that required his leadership to bring reason and con-
structive. solutions, a role recognized in a commendatory resolution adopted by the Michigan State Senate singling out
Al Wheeler for his work in the cause of reasoned progress for human rights;
In 1969 this phone brought Al Wheeler to Ann Arbor's South U. rock concert demonstrations, where his ability to win
the trust of very diverse groups helped establish the only real communication between city authorities and students
and community youth, to avoid what may have, become a serious blood-letting.
Recently is brought Al Wheeler the task of re-organizing the Department of Chris-
tian Service of the Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit, with the goal of involving one
and a half million parishioners in six churches in efforts to develop a more iust
and caring society.
FROM THIS PHONE CAME INITIATIVES:4
In 1970 Al Wheeler became the first president of the National Committee for the
Campaign for Human Development which during the succeeding four years awarded
about $20 million to community self-help organizations.
These are the telephones in the
office of the M a y o r. You will
decide who answers th e m after
April 7.

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