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Friday, September 15, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

REFORM SHABBAT SERVICE

CIRCLE-CREATIVE POETRY--
TORAH STUDY--
-WINE AND CHA L LA H--
Frday, Sept. 15-6 p.m.

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7:00-8:30- 10:00
$1.25 cont.

WATCH REPAIR
ONE
WEEK
SERVICE
CAMPUS JWELER'S
719 N. UNIVERSITY

Union head
to sue U'

Abortion reform benefit
to feature celebrities

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TAKE A TRIP
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At
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FEATURING
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WHO THE HELL
WANTS TO LIVE
IN A 5-MAN
APARTMENT
SO UND LIKE A DRAG?
Well take just a moment to look at the advantages.

FRI. - SAT.
TOPIC
RECORDING
ARTIST
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KILLEN
from England
1421 Hill SMET

Charles McCracken, president ofl
the local branch of the American
Federation of State, County and
M,1nicipal Employes, has sued the,
University for back payments re-
sulting from a decision in March
1970 favoring the union's interpre-
tation of their collective bargain-'
ing agreement.
No ruling on the suit was made+
at a hearing Wednesday before
Washtenaw County Circuit Court1
Judge William Ager.1
At the time of arbitration, both,
the University and the union were
asked to submit a joint requestI
for clarification of the decision;
concerning the amount of back pay
due McCracken.
McCracken charges that the Uni-
versity owes him approximately
two years of back wages as com-
pensation for time he spent re-
viewing grievances from union'
members.
University Atty. William Lemmer
says that the union did not agree
to this joint request and the matter
was dropped until they were noti-
fied Tuesday that this new lawsuit
had been filed.7
The union, which represents allt
service and maintenance workers
employed by the University, feels
that if reparation is not made it
"will suffer irreparable injury" by-
virtue of the erosion of its status1
as bargaining representative.

Supporters of the state's Novem-
ber abortion reform referendum
will kick off their publicity cam-
paign with a benefit Sunday at
8:00 p.m. in Hill Auditorium.
Sponsored by Zero Population
Growth, "Celebration" will feature
feminist leader Gloria Steinem,,
actress Marlo Thomas and Candice
Bergen and Margaret Sloan, an
editor of MS Magazine.
The Washington Women's Thea-
ter Group will also give a special,
performance of "What Have You
Done For Me Lately?" a new,
play by noted off-Broadway play-;
wright Myrna Lamb. It ic a role-
reversal play about abortion in
which women are the doctors and
men are the patients.
The Streetcorner Society, a stu-
dent theater group from Michigan

State University, will in additon,
present two short dramas.
Singers Roberta Kosse, who com-
posed music for Lamb's play,
"Jennifer," who appeared in the
Los Angeles production of "Hair,"
and Nanette Natale, will also -be
featured.
Proceeds from the extravaganza
will be used to buy newspaper and
television advertisements in an ef-
fort to gain needed support before
the arobtion referendum vote No-
vember 7.
Ticketes are available for $2.50
at Salvation Records, the Center
for the Continuing Education of
Women, the Free People's Clinic
and at the door. They wilt also be
available today at the Union and
the Fishbowl.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
DAY CALENDAR
Regents' Meeting: Public Session, Re-
gents' Rm., 1st Floor, Admin. Bldg.,
11 am.
*..Computing Center: "Advanced Uses
of U-M' Basic." Seminar Rm, Comp.
Ctr,, 3 pm.
Physics Seminar: A. Sosnowski,
Warsaw Univ., "How Similar are Re-
actions with Different Multiplicity of
the Final State," Randall Lab Lounge,

GENERAL NOTICES
Faculty Research Grant and Fellow-
ship application due at Graduate Sch.
not later than Fri., Sept. 29. Grant
funding will commence Jan. 1, 1973.
Fellowship tenure may be requested
for Spring-Summer Term 1973, Fall
Term 1973, or Winter Term 1974.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS ONLY AP-
PLICATION PERIOD FOR FACULTY
RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS DURING
THIS ACADEMIC YEAR. A second ap-
plication period for Grants only ends
Feb. 2, 1973, for funding May 1, 1973,

Perhaps the first thing
to consider is money.
You can save about $10
a month just in rent alone,
plus additional savings
with food and utilities
Crowded living?
Perhaps with most 5-man
apartments - however at
Charter Realty we have a
special group of atypical
apartments designed speci-
fically for FIVE people-
(not a makeshift 4-man).
A living room the size
of a ski lodge.
The living rooms are
mammoth, and cooking
and bath facilities have
been carefully planned
for FIVE people. All in all
it's like living in a small
home, complete with air-
conditioning, dishwasher
and fireplace.

5-man apartments
are not for everyone.
It's a special kind of living -
however. with the right
apartment it can be quite
rewarding, Sharing respon-
sibility for cooking, cleaning
and food purchasing in an
apartment large enough for
FIVE is communal living at,
its best.
We would like to
tell yoU more.
If vou need a fifth person,
or if we can help you with
any other apartment need
crop over to our office on
FIVE is communal living at
give us a call at 665-8825,
we're open every day from
9:00 to 5:30. Saturdays
9:30 to 1:00.

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Attention Students: Sept. 22, (5 p.
..Astronomy Colloquium: Dr. J. Kaler, m.) is last date for Fall Term when
U. of Ill., to be announced, P&A Col- Registrar's Office will: a. Accept Stu-
loq. Rm, 4 pm. dent 100 per cent Withdrawal Notice
Computing Center Film: "Advanced for refund purposes. (Excluding a
Use of the IBM 029 Card Punch"d $50.00 disenrolment fee.) b. Allow re-
Seminar Rm., Comp. Ctr., 4:30, 7:30,& fund for student who reduces hours
of course credit. Oct. 20, is last date
8:30 pm. for Fall Term when Registrar's Office
International Folk Dance: Barbour will allow refund for 50 per cent With-
Gym, 8 pm. drawal.
AUDIO UNLIMITED
BACK-TO-SCHOOL DISCOUNT
10% off on repairs when

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