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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BURSLEY HALL ENTERPRISES
present
DAVID LEAN'S
DOCTOR ZHIVAGO

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Aneducationoloriented program for students and faculty

MAY 18-25

JUNE 1-8

JUNE 27-JULY 4

Feldkamp
vetoes
appea,,l
(Continued from Page 1)
seven staffers from keeping their

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April 6,1974
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tions will go to those tentatively
-c>4 omosoc o< >c c>4oo cPO chosen by the challenged selection
process, unless a second appeal by
the original RD's and RA's, based
C onc rt ~ Jon relative qualifications, is up-
Concert o Javanese held by the Housing Office.
o FELDKAMP told the seven RD's
ance and M usic and RA's at a special meeting on
North Campus that "procedural
defects did occur (in the rehiring
process).
^ o MxE"But," he added, "their impact
is not sufficient to warrant doing
the interview and hiring procedure
over at this date."
&00 p.m. Saturday "(This Baits appeal) is all a big
witewash," he said after the meet-
Rackham lecture Hal April 6F a decision is contrary
Sto the recommendations of the
housing appeals committee which
ADMISSION FREE heard the appeals of the seven last
week. In a statement issued Tues-
C c > <=0<> ac><-- e<yo c,->e >o day, the committee ruled the se-
___._____--- - - --- lection procedure as "null and
void," and recommended it be re-
peated according to the Housing
Office guidelines.
MOST OF THE seven staffers
CVIMrIIMIE INC. said yesterday they would con-
tinue in the anneals process. This
-, Itime around they will anneal on,
A Nationwide Timesharing Organization needs the grounds that they are more
cualified for the position than those
I designated to replace them.
SYSTEM PROGRAMMERS The first appeal was based on
alleged violations of written hous-
To work on operating systems, compilers, ing office procedure by Ed Salo-
witz, North Campus Area director
loaders, and an information retrieval sys- for the Housing office.
ternThey cited Salowitz's failure to
distribute notices about the selec-
tion committee to all students and
If you have had M473 and M573 and want to his refusal to let the convened com-
solve challenging problems, send your resume mittee see the applications of the
and transcript to: candidates as the central issues in
their "procedural appeal."
D. Redding
Corn-Shore Inc.
Box 1588
Ann Arbor, MI 48106 Nineteen sti
.,~ ilf i v h

Friday, Afrii 5, 1974
Ex-jailers
Ii
eondemn
sherif
(Continued from;page 1)
that "Postill ordered the staff to
falsify statistics in order to paint
an inflated view of the program's
accomplishments."
Reno said that the incident oc-
curred at a staff meeting called
to discuss submission of a final
report to the programn' s funding
agency regarding how; staff time
had been spent. According-to Reno,
Postill instructed the staff to make
up statistics if there weren't any
available.
Harris claimed the fait lay with
Reno, for allegedly not maintaining
statistical records, and .denied that
any falsification had been. sug-
gested.
"Those kind of statistics.were
not kept in any routine way," he
said. "This problem was explained
to the local grant inspector and
we told him that we had some
statistics and the rest would have
to be estimates. There was never
any order to inflate them."
THE FIRED STAFF members
also called the reason for their 'dis-
missals "a trumped up charge."
They claim they ;didn't show up for
a meeting with Undersheriff James
Spickard "because only one staff
member was notified and that was
over the weekend by a third party.
This procedure was irregular since
Spickard had no previous contact
or involvement with the staff and
did not even contact our immedi-
ate supervisor, Paul Wasson."
According to Harris, the firings
came after all three staff mem-
bers purportedly told the under-
sheriff "You don't have any busi-
ness calling meetings," and re-
fused to accept his authority. This
incident, said Harris, led to the
firings "and not the fact that
there was no meeting."
All three fired staff members
said yesterday that they were ex-
ploring "formal avenues of pro-
test with regard to the firings."
"We remain committed to a pro-
gram which goes to the core of
inmate problems," they said. "We
reluctantly conclude that this pro-
gram is now destined to failure."

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Friday, April 5, 1974
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