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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 25, 1974

COUNCIL STALLS

AFSCME support no

(Continued from Page 1)
an agreement before the AFSCME
contract expired Dec. 31. Sincej
that time, the contract has been
temporarily extended while nego-
tiations are in progress.
FISHMAN, noting that members
were leaving to avoid voting on
'her motion, commented, "They've
done it before, but I won't waste
my time censuring them."
Earlier last term, Fishman and
brother Dan, also an SGC member,
"broke quorum" rather than allow

the council to adopt a stand against
University affirmative action. SGC
member David Faye subsequently
offered a resolution censuring the
Fishmans for their action.
Matt Hoffman alleged that the
members of his party left "because
they were bored." He added that
he believed, "This was the best
SGC meeting of the year because
it hurt the students the least."
Despite lack of quorum, some
members stayed on to hear from
Joel Block, second vice-president
of the local AFSCME chapter.

Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, January 25
Sdecided ::
t de idedDay Calendar
Block outlined the union's position I ospitaltCommission for W om en:
F1199 Mott, noon.
in its talk with the University and Education: film series. "Maslow &
then solicited questions from mem- self-Actualization I, II", schorling
bers. Aud., SEB, 12:15 pm.
International Ctr: recreation, Water-
Faye questioned whether the AF- man Gym, 7:10 pm.
SMCE employes were as poorly pHockey: Mich. vs. Minn., Yost, 7:30
pm.
paid as Block claimed. He said he Swimming: Mich. vs. Purdue, Mattl
had figures from Claude Orr, a Mann pool, 7:30 pm.
member of the University's hous- Wrestling: Mich. vs. Purdue, Crisler,
ing office, that "cooks make $12,000 7:30 pm.
yrX300prear." Music School: Ralph Herbert, bari-
or $13,000 per tone, P. Boylan, piano, Rackham Aud.,s
Block challenged the accuracy 8 pm.
of these figures and responded by General Notices
saying that as a whole University
employes ranked "ninth or tenth Physical Therapy sophomores - All
second term sophomores who wish to
in salary out of 13 state institu- apply for admission to concentration in
tions." Phys. Therapy should submit form to

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program focuses on research, the
patient receives payment during
treatment.
The treatment program requires
at least two weeks hospitalization.
During that time the patient re-
ceives careful supervision and psy-
chiatric evaluation during with-
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EIGER POINTED out that the
fear of coming into a hospital, es-
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Despite the present problem with
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He does not know how long the
program will remain open or whe-
ther adjustments might be made
in view of the apparent reduction
in quaalude use.

In other business, Council spent
a considerable amount of time con-
sidering what was termed a "new
SGC Constitution" by David Faye.
Actually Faye's new constitution
was merely a series of amend-
ments to the present constitution.
But by calling them a new consti-
tution, they could become imme-
diately effective ,instead of being
ratified by referendum, which is
standard procedure.

Curriculum no later than Feb. 1. Con-
tact Academic Counseling Off., A, or
phone 4-7177.

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Poetry, fiction, photography,
translations, drawings, etc.
Contributions must be accom-
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ed envelope.
Advertising rates available on
request. Send all manuscripts to
Mr. Fred Nelson Jr., 350 Thomp-
son, No. 106, or Chris, 1217
willard, No. 3, 665-0442.

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