Lost in a crowtcd
School chiliren crowd aro;nd kice President Gerald Ford yesterday as he arrived to speak at the Tinley Pirk (111.) High School at
ceremonies honoring their footbl.l team for winning 24 straight games.
A N!G HT AT
TF's to take strike vote
(Continued from Page 1) quest the mass meeting to include
ing teaching fellows, the "no-tuition-hike stand" as a
The President admitted the Uni- formal contract item. The decision
versity might consider. an injunc- came in light of strong under-
tion to prevent the strike, but such graduate support for the position.
action wold depend on "the spe- The leaders pointed out the final
cific situation at hand." stand on the issue rests with the
IN ADDITION Fleming said the At a GEO mass meeting last
administration has no way of week, many speakers felt the:'
guaging if GEO actually repre- teaching fellows should pursue
sents the views of a majority of their demands regardless of any
teaching fellows and other gradu- potential tuition hike.
ate employes-research and staff Fleming yesterday said that the
GEO leaders countered that the University cannot at this time de-
argument is merely part of "con- termine its financial ability to in-
tinued stalling tactics by the Uni- crease teaching fellow benefits
versity administration. For several without hiking tuition. "We can-
months GEO says it has pursued not develop a budget until the
Smon s sas itha kpyrsu state legislature appropriates
its demands in a "low key n- funds later in the year," Fleming
ner," but the University officials
have only responded since the said.
strike talk has begun. He added that other groups-
Still the administration claimed unionized University employes,
the strike threat has not affected clerical workers, and other Uni-
its pstion Mreover nethr ate versity staff have requested wage
its ption.r G orehasoneitheded increases and that more benefits
any points. for one organization might necessi-
THE Representative Committee, tate cutting back funds for an-
during its lengthy night session, other.
split over only one issue - whe- GEO leaders charged Fleming is,
ther GEO should include in the merely attempting to "play one
negotiated contract a clause pro- group of University employes
hibiting the University from in- against the other groups", thus
creasing tuition to financially cov- blunting possible action among the
er the demands. organizations against the adminis-
The committee decided that the tration.
measure was inappropriate in a Throughout the GEO committee
formal contract and instead re- meeting, the representatives em-
commended Monday's mass meet- phasized the need for a decisive
ing adopt a resolution of "solidar- strike vote to give teaching fel-
ity with all other students to op- lows a feeling of "solidarity."
pose any tuition hike and to join "Many TFs fear retribution at
struggles to halt such increases." the departmeital level if they
EARLY this morning, the GEO support the strike," one math de-
Executive Committee moved to re- partment representative said.
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