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Friday, October 12, 1973
IL.L
STRIKING TEAXCHERS chant ar
School Center. They later gather
Teachers President Mary Riordai
eachers
m e
striki.ng.*s
DETROIT (UPI) - Striking
Detroit teacher leaders yester-
day told a crowd of 7,000 teach-
ers,. chanting "No contract, No
work," that only the issues of
class size and wages would be
submitted to binding arbitration.
Mrs. Mary Riordan, Detroit
Federation of Teachers (DFT)
president, told teachers t h a t
the 18-member union executive
board had "agreed in principle
to binding arbitration" but the
issue of teacher accountability
would be barred from arbitra-
tion.
However, Aubrey McCutcheon,
executive deputy superintendent
and chief bargainer for the
school board, said accountability
would be one of the issues giv-
en over for arbitration.
Both sides met Friday to nar-
row down what issues to sub-
mit and what to leave on the
negotiating table in the 38-day-
old strike.
"I am pleased that both sides
in the dispute have agreed in
principle to binding arbitration,"
Gov. William G. Milliken said.
"This, I think, represents our
best hope for getting the children
back- into the classroom.
"I hope that all the parties
can agree on the mechanics and
on the question of which issues
should be submitted to arbitra-
tion."1
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Fuel research funds
increased to 1 billion

WASHINGTON (Reuter) -
President Nixon announced yes-
terday an increase of 115 mil-
lion dollars in the fiscal 1974
budget for energy research and
development.
The increase brings the total
research and development bud-
get for 1974 to 1.0017 billion dol-
lars, up 37 per cent from the 731
million dollars obligated in fiscal
1973.
The President also announced
the appointment of 15 scientists
to the Energy Research and De-
velopment Advisory Council,
which was formed to provide the
administration with independent
advice and counsel on the over-
all direction of the federal re-
search and development effort.
M. G. Stever, science adviser
and director of the National Sci-

ence Foundation, was named
chairman of the council.
Fiftv million dollars of the
115 million dollars increment has
been earmarked for programs for
coal liquification and vaporiza-
tion.
Another 12 million dollars is
earmarked for accelerating com-
pletion of the development of en-
vironmental control technologies
to find ways of eliminating sul-
phur oxides from emission.
Other uses for the additional
funds will be for research in
geothermal energy, advanced en-
ergy conversion systems, ener-
gy conservation, gas-cooled nuc-
leaf reactors, automotive, pow-
er system alternatives, nuclear
fusion and the environmental ef-
fects of increased use of fossil
fuels.

AP Photo
nd wave their signs yesterday as they march around Detroit's Public
ed at the Detroit Public Library to listen to Detroit Federation of
n.

mediatrics presents
"A FILM CLASSIC"
BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE
SUNDANCE KID
Starring PAUL NEWMAN and ROBERT REDFORD
FRI. and SAT. 7:00 and 9:30 P.M. NAT. SCI. AUD.
$1.00
SPECIAL! Next Thurs.: THE BEATLES in "YELLOW SUBMARINE"
NEXT FRI. AND SAT.: Fellini's 8%/z
INGMAR BERGMAN'S
THE MAGICIAN
The Swedish master returns with the thinking
man's horror film. A wandering magician comes
bearing a bag of tricks that turn him into a savior
then to con-man, and finally to artist extraordi-
naire. Max von Sydow goes through the motions in
the leading role.
Sat.: THE FUGITIVE KIND
Thurs. & Fri. at 7 and 9:05
ul Architecture Aud.
cinemaguuaadmn. $1

Belle Meade Mansion near
Nashville, Tenn., is known as
j the Queen of Southern Estates
and is recognized as one of the
nation's f i n e s t thoroughbred
breeding farms.

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NEW ADDRESS:
209 S. STATE-663-8441
25 % OFF
our bodies ourselves,summerhill,
massage, ixtlan, tokien etc.

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ORCHESTRA AUDITIONS
for the U-M Gilbert & Sullivan Society's production of
THE GRAND DUKE
STRINGS, WOODWINDS, BRASS, PERCUSSION
COMMUNITY WELCOME
THURS. & FRI.-Oct. 11 & 12
7-11 p.m.-Hobby Shop, Mich. Union
BRING SOMETHING TO PLAY
QUESTIONS? Coll Eric, 761-8361

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and lJr . Well
r:saturday
Oct. 13,spm
5 , / for in a enf/d
conelpin a
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Events Committee

PRESENTS:
SHA-NA-NA
October 13
Bowen Field House
TICKETS ON SALE WED., SEPT. 26
$4.00 advance, $5 at the door
general admission

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TICKETS ON SALE at: Hudson's, AA Music
Grinrells, Huckleberry Party Store, McKenny

Mart,
Union

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GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
Th te Li1versity of .Michigan
Professional Theatre Program
announces
Distinguished Repertory Comhpanies
THE NEW PHOENIK
REpERTORYCOMPANY
prc ,nting Feyvdcau's "wonderfulyfunny farce"
October 25-27
and urretmatt s "wry( iCom y
THE{ VISIT
(ctober 27-28
THE SHEW FESTI=VA L
THEATRE OF CANADA
in G.. sK ws ' "warm and witty"
December 6 - 9

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Washtenaw Community College
PRESENTS ITS

FESTIVAL

OF

ARTS

October 15-19, 1973
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15
POETRY, MUSIC, AND DANCE-10 a.m.-12 noon
L-2 Exact Science Bldg.

READINGS by: Jim Allen, John Boll-
weg, Chris McClelland, Sam Modica,
Fred Wolven

ORIGINAL SONGS & MUSIC:
DANCING: Betty Aldridge
San & Las Slomovitz

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ART & PHOTOGRAPH EXHIBIT (Opening Reception)-7-9 p.m.
Gallery 3rd Fir ESB
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16

W.C.C. JAZZ
L-1 Exact Science Buil

COMBO-12 noon-2 p.m.

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Irish & Canadian
music
SAT. & SUN.
(also a benefit)
The Mysterious
LEON
REDBONE

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THE NEW YORK CITY
CENTER ACTING COMPANY
ptcscnting Johlna MVays toc-illed sntie"
February 1416
and Shakcspcarc's coiicdx- ()1 .-.ci ,,ilita ~
Emng . Rra,-Jt nr Mik rI

FOLKSINGERS: Ali Alhorn and Mike Hinkle
POETRY, MUSIC, AND DANCE-7-9:30 p.m.
L-2 Exact Science Building
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17
DR. EDGAR (ED) MITCHELL, FORMER ASTRONAUT & PSY-
CHIC RESEARCHER-1 p.m. L-2 ESB
MORRIS LAWRENCE'S BAND, W.C.C. JAZZ COMBO-7-9 p.m.
L-1 Exact Science Bldg.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18

DRAMA-7-9 p.m. L-2 E
ORIGINAL PLAYS, SCENE:
DRAMAS, MIME
AUJSTIN'S PL AYFRS

xac* Science Building
S FROM CLASSIC AND CONTEMPORARY

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