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Page 10-Saturday, December 3, 1977-The Michigan Daily

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December 27-Janua
December 29-Januc

INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
* Charter air transportation from De-
troit to Los Angeles and return, includ-
ing complimentary meals and soft'
drinks.
* Accommodations for six nights at the
HYATT HOUSE HOTEL located t Los
Angeles International Airport. Superior
first class hotel with color TV, AM/FM
radio, direct-dial phone in every room,
complete dining and recreational fa-
cilities featuring a swimming pool and
shopping arcade.
* Roundtrip transfers from the airport
to the hotel, including luggage, direct-

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FOOD POISONING RULED OUT:

By SUE WARNER
The Organizing Committee for Cleri-
cals (OCC) elected new Steering Com-
mittee officers Thursday night.
Elected to serve three-month terms
were Marianne Jensen, chairperson;
Mary Braun, vice-chairperson; Patty
Schwartzman, recording secretary;
and Carol Van Dyke, treasurer.
THE OCC IS currently trying to
reorganize a University clerical
workers labor union. The previous
clerical organization, UAW, Local 2001,
disbanded in August 1976 when op-
posing factions developed in the local
over the issue of affiliation with a large
international union such as the Team-
sters or the UAW.

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According to Michigan law, before
they can reorganize OCC members
must attain signed authorization cards
from 30 per cent of all campus clericals,
giving a union authority to bargain
collectively for them.
Jensen said then0CC has received
over 500 signed cards from the total
1,100 needed to call a certification elec-
tion.
Jensen said a MERC hearing has
been scheduled for mid-January on an
unfair labor practice (ULP) charge the
OCC filed against the University in Oc-
tober. The charge stems from an in-
cident in the Business Administration
school in which a-supervisor reportedly
interfered with an OCC organizational
meeting.

Convention hailed here

New officers elected
by clerical workers

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Virus
By RICHARD BERKE
Memo pads on Mosher-Jordan
doors aren't displaying the usual
messages this week. Notes such as
these can be found throughout the
dorm: "Mo-Jo virus available in-
side; I made it through the night
alive!; Danger-warning:Flu." (il-
lustrated with a skull and cross-
bones).
A severe disease hasn't infiltrated
the walls of Mosher-Jordan, but
earlier this week residents weren't so
sure.
A "SIGNIFICANT number" of
residents in the dorm became ill
Tuesday evening, with symptoms
such as nausea, fevers, and cramps,
according to Building Director Susan

plagues
Harris. Food poisoning was suspect-
ed, but a virus was determined by
health officials to be the cause of the
illnesses.
The outbreak hit an undetermined
number of residents, with estimates
running between fifty and one hun-
dred cases, nearly one-fifth of the
residents. Most were back to normal
health by Wednesday afternoon and
no new cases had been reported as of
yesterday.
"It was a short-term infection of
the intestinal tract,"said University
Health Service physician Paul Dur-
kee, who examined fifteen Mosher-
Jordan residents Wednesday: "You
see this type of virus often, but
usually they are not all from one
group, as in this case," he said.

Mo-Jo
JOHN KOWALCZYKI, University
environmental health inspector, said
food poisoning was ruled out early as
a cause of the outbreak.
"The food served Tuesday was all
fresh, since it was after the Thanks-
giving break, which reduced the
possibility of food poisoning," he
said. "Also, the food served that
night wasn't the type that easily
causes poisoning." Kowalczyki add-
ed that no specific food could be sus-
pected of poisoning since three
different entrees were served.
Mosher-Jordan residents also at-
tribute the outbreak to a virus.
"I didn't even eat here Tuesday
night and I got sick," said resident
Pat Salas. "It couldn't have been
from the food."
"IT FELT LIKE the flu... I had a
high fever," said resident Martha
Bullen. "In every room on my floor
at least one girl got sick," she said.
Isolated cases of the virus were
reported in Markley, Couzens, and
West Quad Tuesday night, but one a
much smaller scale than at Mosher-
Jordan.
No true cases of food poisoning
from University food services have
cropped up in the last decade,
according to Kowalczyki. "We do'
have a good record and rate better
than most health departments in
Michigan," he said.
Fossilized remains of alligators four
feet long have been found in the Arctic
climate of Ellesmere Island, the
National Geographic says. Scientists
have also found bone fragments of tur-
tles that weighed several hundred
pounds and a cow-sized animal that
seemed to be part-rjiinoceros and part-
hippopotamus.

ly to your hotel room.
New Year's Eve Party, cash bar.
The game day package provides mo-
torcoach transportation from hotel to

ADVANTAGES OF THE OFFICIAL ROS

Low Price.
* Guaranteed Game &
Parade Tickets.
Special low rates
available on rental car

* No sta
tickets
Angel
" sit wit
the Pa

(Continued from PageI) nearly as many barriers between women, not men, in a male-dominat-
disabled women plan were among minorities as we have been led to ed world. For the same reason~
the convention's biggest accomplish- believe," said King. sexual preference is a question of dis
ments, according to King. She cited The conference represented a defi- crimination when women are con-
the addendum to the minority resolu- nite blend between the fragmented doned for being homosexual rather
tion as the high point of the four days. sections of minorities. Everyone was than heterosexual," said King.
THE ADDENDUM is a brief, determined to work together, King King described the conventions as'
four-paragraph resolution that states said. a "real high" for all the delegates.
that "every level of government Each woman had something to offer
should recognize and remedy the "I SEE NO way that we can duck and left with a feeling of satisfaction.
double discrimination that minority the issue, but it depends on your in- "It was the hardest work I ever
women suffer." terpretation of discrimination. I see did, but in a sense, it was the
"The passing of the addendum women being discriminated against easiest," said King. "Everyone was'
proved that, if Houston is representa- not for what they are but for what so motivated to work together and
tive of the country, then there are not they aren't," King said. "We are, help each other."
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December 29-Janu

INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
" Charter air transportation from De-
troit to Los Angeles and return, includ-
ing complimentary meals and soft
drinks.
" Accommodations for six nights at the
SHERATON WEST HOTEL, located in
the heart of Wilshire Center. Tradi-
tional moderate deluxe hotel recently
refurbished, color TV, radio and phone
in every room, a variety of restaurants
and lounges, swimming pool and light-
ed tennis courts.
" Roundtrip transfers from the airport
to the hotel, including luggage, direct-

grandstand s
portation to
Game Ticket,
to the hotel.
OPTIONA
ACCOMM
AS FOLLO
" Single accc
" 3rd person h
for 3rd persc
LAND ONL
(includes all tour fi
AIR ONLY
(if available, inclu
from Detroit to L
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ly to your hotel room.
New Year's Eve Party, cash bar.
The game day package provides mo-
torcoach transportation from hotel to
the Tournament of Roses Parade, a

TOUR OPTIONS AY

DISNEYLAND ............. $15.00
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS ..... $12.00

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