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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 22, 1977

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, February 22, 1977

ABIC CHARTERS
AIR ONLY FROM DETROIT

Frosh fatally hit by car

SENATE ASSEMBLY TO VOTE IN MARCH:

By LAURIE YOUNG

H.m. n Feb.20 at St. Joseph David Tomsic, 17, of 1515 Chal-
Mercy Hospital.1 mers.

Job recruitment vote delayed

Amsterdam
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University freshwoman Susan
Levine died over the weekend ACCORDING to Ann Arbor "The driver had no opportum-
of head injuries sustained when Police Chief Walter Krasny, Le- tostop and this was verified
she was struck by a car at a vine and a friend, Sandra Fer- by witnesses. It doesn't appear
downtown Ann Arbor intersec- tel ran across the intersection the driver could have done n,
tion on Feb. 18. of Main and Huron in the path Kirasny said.
Levine, 18, a resident of Mary of a car going northbound on
Markley Hall, died about 12:36A Main. The car was driven by! FERTEL, 18, received only
- - - - - - - - - - - - --minor leg injuries.

By PATTY MONTEMURRI
Saying they were unsure what
University job placement serv-
ices would be affected, the Fac-
ulty Senate yesterday postponed
until March a decision on the
Civil Liberties Board's (CLB)
controversial revisions to cam-

All Pr ices 13>ts'd Uit

HOWARD HAWKS' 1948
RE ,R IVE R
Once called "The Western As Epic Art" this
tale of the opening of the Chisholm Trail from
Texas to Abilene is about as good a western as
was ever made. Starring John Wayne, Walter
Brennan and Montgomery Cliff.
WED: JOHN FORD DOUBLE FEATURE
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH.
7:00 & 9:05 Admission $1.25

Levine was the first traffic pus job recruitment policy.
death within the Ann Arbor city The new policy would allow
limits this year. companies without affirmative
action guidelines and countries
According to Krasny, five or where discrimination is legally'
six pedestrian deaths occur in sanctioned to recruit on cam-
Ann Arbor each year. pus.
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THE ASSEMBLY sidesteppe
discussion on whether the nev
policy would weaken the Un
versity's stand against hirin
discrimination. Instead, debat
yesterday concerned the defin
tion of campus placement sere
ices. The Assembly sent thl
proposal back to CLB for re
wording after faculty member
contended the phrase "all plac
ment services" was too vague.
Faculty members contende
the new policy fails to specif
whether it applies solely t
campus recruiting facilities (re
cruiters using office space i
Career Planning and Placemen
for interviews) or other service
provided by 'U' offices. Thesf
services include sendingh o
student dossiers and transcript

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to prospective employers.
English Profesor Eric Rabkin
outlined a hypothetical situation
where the new proposal's pres-
ent wording might prevent a
student's dossier from being
sent to a possible employer, the
Canadian government. The Can-
adian government stipulates a
limit' on the number of non-
Canadians hired to teach at edu-
cational institutions.

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fuses to hire blacks will not be
allowed to recruit, she pointed
out.
Despite her assurances, how-
ever, several groups criticized
the plan as soft on bias in jobs.
The new policy "doesn't speak
to the moral posture of the Unit-
ed States .. . and doesn't justify
this University collaborating
with discriminating countries
and organizations," said Bazel

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d UNDER the new revisions, Allen, who represented the Com-
y any corporations or organiza- mission for Minority Affairs and
o tions affected by the changes the Commission for Women.
e- will be requested to "pledge" { In other business, the Assem-
in that they will not discriminate bly called a special meeting
It in employment or recruitment. next Monday to discuss Vice-
German P r o f e s s o r Mary President Rhodes' proposed
e Crichton explained how the new guidelines for dropping 'U' pro-
policy will still prevent discrim- grams. Several faculty mem-
inataing employers from recruit- bers said the plan had major de-
ing on campus. A company op- ficiencies and lacked faculty in-
erating in South Africa that re- put.
'AFSCME to vote
on contract today
(continued from Page 1) (mental cost of living payments.
proposal a "totally unaccept- Chief University negotiator
able, dirt-cheap offer." He William Neff said that his bar-
asked AFSCME workers to re- gaining team would withdraw
ject the pact. its support from the settlement
If employes turn down the if it were rejected by AFSCME
contract, they are in effect call- members. The withdrawal would
ing for a strike, according to enable both sides to return to
chief AFSCME bargainer Art 'bargaining.
Anderson. If it is approved, bargainers
THE PROPOSED settlement for both sides said they hoped
ini1l4'LUc five npr rant wnaoV ;the contract would be signed by

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znciu es a nve per cent wage =
hike spread over two years. It
also adds a premium for work-
ers on certain shifts and revi-
sions in work classifications, as
well as new job promotion and
transfer procedures.
AFSCME originally sought
close to a 15 per cent raise and
the removal of a cap on supple-5

the end of this week.
The ratification vote will be
held from 1 to 3 p.m. and from
4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the audi-
torium. The University is offer-
ing paid release time to AFS-
CME employes today in order
to make it easier for them to
go to the ratification vote.

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HAPPENINGS
763-1107
THE ROBERT ALTMAN FESTIVAL
CONTINUES.. .
With ANDREW SARRIS, the DEAN OF AMERICAN
FILM CRITICS, on March 3rd, 7:30 p.m. at Rackham
Auditorium. Mr. Sarris has written much on'Altman and
films in general. He is a regular contributor to THE NEW
YORK TIMES and THE VILLAGE VOICE, as well as the
founder of the Society of Cinema Studies.
Admission: $1.25
MEDIATRICS Presents .. .
CATCH-22, Friday, Feb. 25 at 7:00 and 9:45 p.m.
TUNNELVISION, Sunday, Feb. 27 at 7:00, 8:30 and
10:00 p.m.
both films are presented by Mediatrics and will be shown
in Natural Science Auditorium
Admisison: $1.25
MUSICAL MAGIC
A Revue of America's Greatest Musical Numbers!!!
MASS MEETING-Feb. 22 at 7:30 in the Pendelton
Room.
AUDITIONS-Feb. 24 & 25 at 7:30
We have magic to do.
The total Song and Dance experience
UAC MUSKET
Presents
THE MUSIC MAN
America's Marching Musical
MARCH 31-APRIL 3
Tickets on Sale Now! Group Rates Available
Construction has begun for MUSKET'S produc-
tion of THE MUSIC MAN and Gilbert and
Sullivan's THE MIKADO in the Student Activi-
ties Building Workshop (764-6177).
This week's schedule includes painting MUSIC MAN'S
Main Street Drops and Gym Drop as well as construction
of platforms, flatage and THE MIKADO bridge.
U.A.C. PRINT SHOP
Do you need bus posters, signs for your office or memo
work? Call the UAC Print Shop, 763-1107, 3-5 every-
day, for QUICK, CHEAP SERVICE.
ECLIPSE JAZZ Presents ...
ANTHONY BRAXTON
in concert
Friday, March 19 at the Michigan Union Ballroom
There will be two shows at 8:00 and 10:30 p.m.
General Admission: $3.50
FUTURE WORLDS Presents..
SAM LOVE
ON MONDAY, FEB. 28 at Rackham's second floor
Amphitheater. Mr. Love worked as one of the coordina-
tors of Earth Day in 19/0. Following that event he
helped organize Environmental Action, a Washington-
based lobby, to help focus the groundswell of public
response generated by Earth Day. He edited Environ-
mental Action's magazine and served as coordinator of
the group until 1974.
Since 1974 he has worked as an energy consultant
and writer. His articles on the future, appropriate tech-
nology, economics, and ecology have appeared in Smith-
sonian, Washingtonian, Washington Star-News, Wash-

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