THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, February 2V, 1914
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TFs crush strike call
by decisive margin
(Continued from Page 1) spite pleas from leaders of the
from about half of all graduate em- meeting."
pkvayes expressing tCheir willingness Although terming the voate "a
to accept rhe organizatin as a very dire warning to the Univer-
legitimate bargaining agent. sity," bheGEO leadership did not
MEANWHILE, about 150 studentsC get anywhere near the pro-strike
a nhILE, ed ao u sdents dusupport it previously anticipated.
last night attended an undergradu- When a mass meeting Monday
ate meeting to demonstrate ll sP drew about 450 people who as a]
port for the teaching fellows and group seemed very militant and
their strike attempt. clearly favored a strike, the lead-
When the strike-vote results were ers spoke optimistically about the
announced about a third of the success of the strike vote.1
group immediately walked out, de- T
THEY SEEM, however, to have
overestimated how broad strike
(. s " 'support was 'amoang Mlhe majority
'Exor st' ' of teacming fellows. The results
. ~~indicate that a core of graduate;
employesbacked the action, but
C .OI irlmany others were not concerned
enough to vote.
The GEO chiefs interpreted the
no" strike votes to mean that
those teaching fellows are villing'
to unionize but were not prepared
nominated in1971 for The Last i to authorize any action as de-
Picture Show. cisive as a strike.
Three.young girls were among Perhaps a more significant fig-
the nominees for best supporting ure is the number of teaching fel-
actress-Linda Blair, now 14, but 12 lows who did not vote. By and
when she appeared in The Exor- large these people probably op-
cist; Tatum O'Neal, small daugh- posed the strike or simply did not
ter of Ryan O'Neal for Paper feel strongly about the issue either
Moon; and Candy Clark, a teen- way.
ager in American Graffiti-are en- MOREOVER, the extremely low
tered in competition against two turnout among research and staff
grownup actresses, Madeline Kahn, assistants underscores the lack of
Paper Moon, and Sylvia Sidney, organizational efforts directed at
Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams. those groups and a general anti-
For best supporting actor, nomi- strike feeling among them.
nees were Vincent Gardena, Bang The GEO leaders, however, con-
The Drum Slowly; Jack Gilford, tinued to emphasize the "positive
Save The Tiger; John Houseman, nature" of the vote and spoke
The Paper Chase; Jason Miller,' optimistically about plans to press
The Exorcist, and Randy Quaid, the University for acceptance of
The Last Detail. the GEO demands.
(Continued from Page 1)
year stipend and charges a mere
$60 tuition fee for its teaching fel-
lows, In addition Purdue provides
free room and board.
Iowa grants $3,350 a year 'for its
teaching fellows, while Indiana
grants $3,000 to first year assist-
ants and those with more experi-
ence receive $3,200.
Only Ohio S t ate completely
waives tuition for its teaching fel-
lows. Northwestern, Indiana, Mich-
igan State, Illinois, Wisconsin and
Iowa, along with Michigan, grant
all TFs in-state tuition.
The Eva Jessye Afro-American
Music Collection is housed in the
Stearns Building of the University.
From: jazz, soul and spirituals to
the less familiar classical scores,
black contributions to music are
being compiled in the collection.
(Continued from Page 1)
-This McDonald's will be owned
by the national corporation, hence
all the profits will not remain in
the community but will go to the
national headquarters in Chicago.
REPUBLICANS provided a point
by point rebuttal for each of the
Democratic and Human Rights
Party objections. They contended
that the owner of the house wanted
to sell to the McDonald's corpora-
tion, legitimizing the destruction.
McDonald's has made a good
faith pledge to clean up litter in
the community, Republicans claim-
ed. Employes. will be sent out to
pick up litter every day, and in
addition a vehicle similar to a golf
cart, called a "Litter Gitter" will
be pressed into duty to combat the
The voter registration resolution,.
which passed 7-4, sparked a coun-
ter proposal by HRP.
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