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Friday, November 9, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

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BARGAINING AGENT:

Commission orders

WOMEN'S CAREER OPPORTUITIES

TF's

vote no on strike

(Continued from Page 1) C
spouses, and
-A rollback of TF tuition to last
year's levels,
By the end of last week, assem-
blies of TFs in .more than 20
schools and departments, repre-
senting about half the University's
estimated 1600 teaching fellows,
had voted to support the OTF de-
mands.'
Wednesday, however, Fleming
announced a compromise 5.5 per
cent wage hike for TFs and a re-
instatement of the special tuition
benefits. Most TF leaders said
Wednesday they were at least tem-
porararly satisfied with the deal.
Although the vote to recognize
OTF as the teaching fellows bar-
gaining agent was close to unani-
mous, the meeting was marked by
tumultuous disagreements o v e r
tactics and goals.
A vocal minority urged the meet-
ing to reject Fleming's recom-
mendations to the Regents, on the
grounds that it represents money
"stolen" from other students and
fails to address the conditions un-
der which future TFs will be em-
ployed.

"We
money
dents,"
low.

are being bought off with
stolen from all the stu-
claime.d one teaching fel-

When the majority of those pres-
ent displayed disinterest in reject-
ing the . University's offer, the
meeting pressed on to the uestion
of whether or not to form a perm-
anent association.
Talk of a union was also greeted
with impatience by most of the
TFs. Significant numbers began to
leave , and motions for adjourn-

ment were presented.
Finally rallying around simple
recognition of the OTF executive
committee as their bargaining
agent, the TFs further demanded'
that the University commence ne-
gotiation on their unmet demands.
These include, beginning in the+
next academic year, establishment!
of a "living wage" and a "com-1
plete tuition waiver." The teach-
ing fellows also voted to press for
an end to racial and sexual dis-,
crimination in TF hiring.

reduction in deficit
(Continued from Page 1) priations, however, necessitate. re-
same this year, but such action duction of personnel and quality
requires commission approval, of service. In the past, council nas
been unwilling to accept those con-
"IF . . . NOT allowed to meet sequences.
its cash needs through this type Marling said the comijission in-
of financing, the city should he tends to give the city a free haled
prepared for payless paydays," in designing a deficit reduction
Sheehan stated in a report sub- proposal. Nonetheless, the commis-
mitted to council in September. sion could step in and exercise
To reduce the deficit, the city complete control over the cty's
can either increase revenues or spending policies.
cut back expenditures. Murray Marling indicated that action is
pointed out that the present rev- unlikely but cautioned "the com-!
enue sourceS have been devfnP lo ed

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Lunch Hour Discussions

The fourth in a series of informal group discussions. Come hear representatives
from various employers and graduate schools discuss their opportunities for
women. All women welcome. Fee.l free to bring your lunch.
Fri., Nov. 9-12 noon

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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
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Planning t
Placement

Held in the International Center Recreation Room
COMING UP NOV. 15: Fruehauf Corp.; IBM Corp.; Johnson & Johnson; New
York Life; Duke Univ. Law School.

764-7460

City holds. hearings on
returnable bottle ruling

to their maximum potential.
The city could impose a new
revenue source such as a local in-'
come tax, but the voters soundly

mission cannot go alopg with any
deficit spending.
Murray emphasized that his pri-t
mary concern is to prevent further
deficit spending. He added that no
proposal will immediately solve
the fiscal crisis.
"We have got to approach debt

"SHOOT POOL, FAST EDDIE."
"I'M SHOOTING POOL, FATS, AND WHEN
I MISS, YOU CAN SHOOT POOL."

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(Continued from Page21)
March, requires all merchants to
collect a deposit on all soft drink
and beer containers they sell. l
Kokales testified that enactment
of the ordinance would be harm-
ful to business becauseait would
require him to mark all bottles

sold in Ann Arbor, as part of, set-
ting up a deposit refund system.
This, he said, would mean un-"
packing all bottles and cans which
come in boxes. He said this would
not only increase labor costs, but
make storage hard, since unpack-
ing would destroy the boxes.
HE ESTIMATED the excess cost
at $.55 for a case in addition to the
$1.20 deposit required by the or-
dinance. This would raise the price
per case to nearly $6.00 encourag-
ing people to shop outside Ann Ar-:
bar.

rejected a proposed income tax
several years ago.
COUNCIL INDICATED it w~mld

prefer to reduce expenditures, ac- reduction on a step by step basis,"
cording to Murray. Cutting appro- Murray commented.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

THE

HUSTLER

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Starring PAUL NEWMAN, JACKIE GLEASON, PIPIER LAURIE, GEORGE
C. SCOTT, and some of the crispiest dialogue you've ever heard.

SGC gives approval

Friday, November 9
DAY CALENDAR
IPhysics: L. Radicati, "Conserved
In hecors o idntfyngth ntn& Syme~tRAfry Gro Genrar,

to restructuring,

nhuu

(Continued from Page 1)
did not agree. Matt Hoffman, lead-
er of the Screw SGC party differ-
ed, maintaining that debate would
s i m p 1 y be duplicated before
council.
Council also spent a busy night
giving away their money, despita
long debates preceeding. most of
the allocations. The largest allot-
ment of $100 went to help sponsor
a three day symposium on minor-
ity and Third World peoples.
COUNCIL reconsidered, and then
passed a motion to give the Human
Rights Party up to $175 to help
them in their petition drive to
have rent control on the city
ballot.
Council also alloted $200 to the
Israel Emergency Fund. Finally,
despite a long appeal, council turn-
ed down a request by the Organi-
zation of Teaching Fellows for
$120.
In other action council created
a Director of Jewish Affairs, and
named Suzy Prog to head up the
" s
University
Confronts
fuel crisis
(Continued from Page 1)
last month created the Energy
Conservation Task Force (ECTF)
to investigate possible means of
economizing on University fuel.
consumption.
The ECTF is composed of three
professors, seven administrators,
two researchers, and two students
yet to be appointed.
David Heebink, vice president
for state relations and chairman
of ECTF, claimed energy con-,
sumption is spiraling uncontroll-
ably upward. He urged all those
using University facilities to con-
serve on the amount of energy they
use.
"IF INDIVIDUALS don't act,"
he said, "we are powerless."
Current energy saving meas-
ures under-consideration are:
-Reducing room temperatures'
to 65-68 degrees;
-Closing down certain buildings
earlier at night;
-Reducing lighting in class-
roooms, offices, libraries, and
residence halls; and
-Reducing University-owned ve-
hicle use and speed limits.
The task force is expected to
present its findings to Fleming on
Monday.

new post. Vice Pr
ority Affairs Hen
the move because
felt that the Jews
not underrepresen
did not constitute
Eatery
pays a

1' -
ltlil ( In the course of identifying the rnve&Sym Sme tyGeioupBtwn
several brands of beer that would 205 P-A Bldg., 2 pm.
esident for Min- present handling difficulties under PEPS: T. O'Brien, Dir. of State
the new ordinance, Kokales was Planning & Mgt. Ofc. of Mass., "Plan-
ry Clay opposed 'tn ole was ning Without Management, & Manage-
in his opinion he provided with an example of each mentwithout Planning," 311 W. En-
3on campus are by his attorney. As testimony con-, gin., 3 pm.
ted and possibly tinued, he virtually disappeared Philosophy: G. Matthews. U of Mass.,
behin a wal of eer.Moore on 'See': Notes Toward a The-'
a minority. behind a wall of beer. ory of Polysemy," 429 Mason Hall, 4 pm.
In addition to packaging prob- Astronomy: M. Molnar, U of Toledo.
lems, Kokales said that there are "UV Observations of Ap Stars," P-A
several brands that are available Bldg. Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Folk Dance: Barbour Gym, 8 pm.
y in throw away bottles. These University Players: Sternheim's "The
included all imported beers, sev- Strongbox," Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
" " eral domestic beers, as well as' Music School: Annual Joint Glee
Vi11 i Faygo, and Canada Dry soft Club Concert, Univ. Men's Glee Club
drinks. & Morehouse College Glee Club. Hill'
drinks.And., 8 pm.

Univ. of Penn, Wharton Grad Div.; N.
Y. Life Ins.; 11/12/73: Cincinnati Mila-
cron. Elec. Data Systems; 11/13/73:
Babson College, MBA; Elec. Data Sys-
tems; 11/1473: Prudential Life Ins.: Tra-
velers Ins., Montgomery Ward; 11/15/73:
Fruehauf Corp.; Johnson & Johnson;'
IBMhCorp.; Duke Univ Law; & N. Y.
Life Ins.; 11/16/73: Chem. Abstracts
Serv. Ohio St. Univ.; Nat'l Community
Services; 11/19/73: Jordan Marsh-Flori-
Foida.
Attention Women Students: You're
invited to the third in our series of
informal discussions of Career Oppor-
tunities for Women, today at noon,
Internat'l Ctr. Rec. Rm. Speakers will
be reps from Columbia Univ. Grad, Sch.
of Bus; Villanova Univ. Law Sch; NYU
Law Sch; Univ. of Penn. Whartonj
Grad. Div.
Postdoctoral Research Associateship
Programs: Sponsored by Nat'l Res.
Council. Postdoctoral res. in Federal
Labs for scientists in fields of Biology,
Behavorial, Med., Space, Phys., Chem.,
Math., & Engrg., $13,000/yr. plus. Ap-
plication deadline, Jan. 15, 1974.
TO EARN A TEACHER'S CERTIFI-
CATE: after you graduate, consult our
file of Master of Arts in Teaching Pro-
grams. Northwestern Univ. offers paid
internships and tuition scholarships;
for eg., a 15-mo. prog.

THE MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM
FRIDAY, 7:00 & 9:00 p.m.
2/2 HOUR FREE POOL WITH PURCHASE OF TICKET

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FROM THE "BATTLE OF THE BANJOS" TO

THE GUILT-RACKED ENDING, THE
PENSE OF DELIVERANCE IS BACK!

SUS-

Winner)
of 3
Academy
Award
ominations

OPEN 12:45
Shows at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 p.m.

(Continued from Page 1) GENERAL NOTICES
LEANING BACK in his chair, E SAID ta t wa due to CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
America's dining champ attests to inrea cons r enyfo r 3200 SAB, 764-7460
.throw away bottles. Only one per INTERVIEWING ON CAMPUS: 11/8/
the fine quality of the foodoSt. cent of his sales are in returnable 73: Dun & Bradstreet; HEW-Mgt. In-
Moritz, Switzerland and the delect- bottles he said. tern Program; Geo. Washington Univ.,
ability of fresh lobster. I this mornin Law; Aetna Life & Casualty; 11/9/73:
a tHearings resume g Columbia Univ., Grad School of Bus.;
ack atisa ld Alma Mate, at 8:30 in Washtenaw County Court. Villanova Univ., Law; N. Y. Univ., Law;
Magel sampled the Michigan __-__
League's. fare and termed it tre-
mendous. "That's no kidding. The
Michigan League is a real credit
to the University. The kitchen is "THE CLOSEST THING I'VE SEEN TO A
immaculate." 'T ECOETT IGIESEN OA
Magel's one remaining ambition HAWKSIAN CAPER MOVIE. Half the
is to dine with his old classmate fun in the flick is being surprised by the
Jerry Ford, President Nixon's vicekg py
presidential appointee. delicious details of the plot. (Unlike)
Residing now in River Forest, "Day of the Jackal", "Charley Varrick"
Ill., the "man who really came toDyo h akl hre orc
dinner" as his calling card reads, ends with the triumph of individual in-
has worn out sixty-one cars jour-
neying across the country. He genuity over the bureaucratic routines of
sports autographs from numerous both the MAFIA and the police."
celebrities he has dined with and
a portfolio of news clippings about -Andrew Sarris, Village Voice
himself that weighs at least fiveHE
pounds. "I HAD A TERRIFIC TIME"
Magel had one overall comment -Gene Shalit, WCBN-TV 5 Ur
on the result of making a living
grading and recommending restau- "AN ATTENTION-GRABBER!
rants for the Restaurant Associa- TAUT, ACTION-PACKED" as
tion booklets. "When you've din- -Ann Guarino, N.Y. Daily News
ed in as many restaurants as I
have, he says, you develop an
inner feeling for what you're going OPEN 12:45
to get." . SHOWS AT 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 P.M.

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* new worn
internatio
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* BLACK F
at color) directed
of Rev. Gary !Davis
* John Coltraine,
* Lofton, Yera Ho
"B ur ni ng sh
earthy, peppery
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* ~ 60 M1
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of Community I
thority on Univ
* this University's
* hold for foreig
* VIVA FR
* onMozambiqueN
* French subtitles.
of national reco
* non-military s
* ated zones and
ferences to pron
* BEHIND
( color)--1971-

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onaI film & discussion ser
PRESENTS
INEMA AF
FEATURING
ROOTS
A by Lionel Rogosin--1970-with Flo Kenn
s, Jim Collier, Larry Johnson, Wende Smith
Memphis Slim, Jimi Hendrix, James Brown,
all.

incerity! Warm,
and humorous."
New York Times
INUTES

"Something special! T
remain in my memory1
faces, a carelessness,c
and some of the cruel t

program
ies 8
RICA II1
edy, Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick,
, and the music of Leadbelly, Ray Charles,
Sly and the Family Stone, Cripple Clarence
he faces Rogosin caught in this film will
for a long time. There is a dream in these
a joy, an innoce.nce, a blind trust in life, *
ruth of our times.
-Jonas Meras, The Village Voice
inator for Media Access Center, Noted au-
the role of Apartheid in South Africa and
s attempts to keep South Africa a strong-
-K
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ark IV. 30 minutes, color. Portuguese with j
,ont, its political organization and program
aimo partisans are seen carrying out various
uding health care for habitants of liber-
mry golof the breaking down of tribal dif-
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nilpl netur oflifein ne o th libratd K

From "The Emigrants''
dream, came the settlers'
struggle to survive.
Max von Sydow . U1.an,,,
Liv Ullrman
The New Land
rPGA
ACADEMY AWARD
NOMINEE-
BEST FOREIGN FILM!

RYANT
Research Internship Program, Media Coordi
versity Industrial Complex, will speak on t
s policy of collaberation with Portugal in it
n investment and exploitation.
ELIMO
etherlands, 1969. Produced by Dutch Kenmo
. A study of the Mozambique Liberation Fr
onstruction inside Iberated Mozambique. Fre
pects of the war for national liberation inch
an educatonal program which has as its prin
mote a national consciousness.
THE LINES
-produced by contemporary films of London

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