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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, September

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Tentative accord

ends Scientists recommend ban on
MIT fluorocarbons in two years

brief

strike at E

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By AP and Reuter

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A tentative contract agree- resents 420 of EMU's 600 pro-.
ment was reached early yester- fessors.

KEY ISSUES in the negotia-F
tions included lay-off and recall'
procedures and whether union
membership should be manda-
tory f6r faculty members.

day morning between faculty .
and administration at Eastern,
Michigan University (EMU)
ending a brief strike.
The agreement came at 7:45
a.m. following an all night bar-
gaining session between negotia-
tors from EMU and the Amer-
ican Association of University
Professors (AAUP), which rep-
lb cl

EMU CLASSES were not in-
terrupted by the strike which
d ipi hnr n fta nik lina

enae nrna pic ines A meeting was scheduled for
had been set up. last evening to discuss some de-
AAUP members had voted tails of the contract. The strike,
August 31 to strike yesterday if however, cannot be officially
a settlement had not been ended for several days accord-
reached. They have been teach- ing to union rules, said Pearson.
ing without a contract since Au-! "We will just pat each other
gust 30. on the back for standing out in
AAUP negotiator Donald the sun this morning and talk
Pearson refused to comment on in general terms about the con-
the details of the new contract tract," said Pearson.
but 'said, "The negotiators feel
a tatit s atifa~tne to hc ?Ratification of the new con-

WASHINGTON - The Na-
tional Academy of Sciences
said yesterday that fluorocar-
bons in aerosol sprays are dam-
aging the earth's ozone shield
and may have to be regulated
or banned within two years to
guard against higher skin can-
"cer rates and potentially seri-
ous climate changes.
The Academy, supporting an
earlier task force report, said
"In our present state of knowl-
edge, it would be imprudent to
accept increasing CFN (chloro-
fluoromethanes) use and re-
lease, either in the United
States or worldwide."
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feet on the climate and, thus, the Aerosol Education Bureau,
agriculture and animal life. which represents the'aerosol
Academy President Philip spray can industry, both ap-
Handler told the White House in plauded the panel's recommen-
a letter accompanying the re- dation to delay regulatory deci-
ports that the rate of ozone re- sions until more studies on the
duction is relatively small at ozone problem have been ton-
present and that "a one or two- ducted.
year delay in actual imple- "WE THINK'they made the
mentation of a ban or regula- correct decision in saying that
tion would not be unreason- there is no significant risk to
able." taking 18 to 20 months for more
One of the two academy pan- research," a Du Pont spokes-
els recommended, however, that' person said. "There is ongoing
the government immediately; research ,by industry and gay-
overhaul its legal regulatory ernment to make a fuller as-
machinery to be prepared for: sessment of any possible need
action and that aerosol spray for regulation within two years."
cans containing fluorocarbons The research is costing up to
be labeled so that consumers $20 million a year.

UIN stylists
At the UNION
We make it
happen.
OPEN Mon.-Sat.
8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m.

t at. ti s sati actory to to
conditions in question.",
The contract will cover
two-year period with a claus
to re-open wage negotiations i
one year.

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330 S. STATE ST.-761-6207

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TONIGHT AT 7 & 9
Onn 6:45

tr FLUOROCARBONS, often re- could avoid them if they wish-
tract is expected next week. ferred to as "freon," by deplet- ed.
a Action will be taken on the for- ing the ozone layer around the THE PANEL NOTED that4
e mal agreement at the next earth, increase infrared radia- fluorocarbon use in refrigera-
n meeting of the EMU regents tion which causes skin cancer tion for food contributed less
scheduled for September 22. and would have a long-term af- than one per cent of all re-
lease, while that for aerosol;
cans contributed to about /,1
per cent.
The committee said that as:
lb j F R h 4 the U.S. led in the use of fluoro-
A r h1k ;O carbons, it must lead in their'
control, adding that wherever,
A program for 5-11 yr. olds fluorocarbons come from, theyi
soon become mixed throughout;
CLONLARA bus picks your child up at the earth's atmosphere.
The Du Pont Co., the major1
local public schools daily. fluorocarbon manufacturer, and'
He/she enjoys Robby & Hamburghs
very special after school program NEEDED: 4 students wit
until you arrive anywhere between rected to 20-20) to par
3:15 and 5:30 p.m. daily.
VERY REASONABLE RATES detection experiments.
. per day (same hour ec
Conchaa Child Center
day, beginning Sept. l
You must be available a
- -- hour. If you are intereste
IHOUSING DIVISION.

But 'a spokesperson for. the
Sierra Club, an environmental
group, said: "There is plenty
of scientific eidence to stop
its use right now. I don't know
why they want to wait two
more years - unless, it's a po-
litical decision."
lf, regulatory action proves to
be necessary, the panel recom-
mended that the government
first ban fluorocarbons in most
consumer aerosol sprays, and
impose controls to prevent re-
lease of fluorocarbons from auto
air conditioners. Oregon has
banned fluorocarbons in aerosol
sprays effective March 1, 1977.
h 20-20 vision (or cor-
rticipate in visual form
One hour is required
ach day), Monday-Fri-
3 and ending Dec. 10.
cll term. Pay: $2.50 per
ed, call Thelma at 764-

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Open 6:45
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If you want to figure the odds
for or against something-
probabilities, in other words -
the Model 6030 calculator from
National Semiconductor is
just your cup of tea.
It figures mean and standard
deviation with a single key
calculation. Sums x and y values
for correlation and linear
regression. Calculates linear

correlation coefficient and slope
of curve. Lots of neat stuff
like that.
And the odds are, you'll figure
it must have taken some kind of
wizard to figure out how to make
a machine like this that sells
at your campus store for a
suggested price of under $35.
0 National Semiconductor

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RESIDENT STAFF APPLICATIONS
FOR 1976-77 ACADEMIC YEAR
Available Starting September 10, 1976
In Housing Office
1500 S.A.B.
POSITIONS INCLUDE:
Resident Advisor-Thronson, South Quad
(Undergraduate Female Corridor)
Resident Advisor-Bush, South Quad
(Undergradaute Female Corridor)
Resident Advisor--Huber, South Quad
(Undergraduate Male Corridor)
Resident AdvisorC-Helen Newberry
(Undergraduate Femame Corridor)
Resident Advisor--Rumsey, West Quad
(Undergraduate Male Corridor)
Resident Advisor-Mosher/Jordan
(Undergraduate Male Corridor)
Advisory positions require Junior status or
above during the period of employment.
QUALIFICATIONS:(1) Must be a registered U. of M.
student on the Ann Arbor Campus in good academic stand-
ing during the period of employment. (2) Must have lived
in residence halls at University level for at ,least one year.
(3) Must have a 2.5 grade point average at time of appli-
cation. (4) Preference is given to applicants who do not
intend to carry heavy academic schedules and who do not
have rigorous outside commitments. (5) Proof of these
qualifications may be required.
Current staff and other applicants who have an applica-
tion on file must come to this office to update their
application form.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:
3:00 P.M., September 17, 1976
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LS & A Scholarship applications for winter 1977 will be
available in 1220 Angell Hall beginning Sept. 13, 1976.
To qualify for scholarship consideration, a student must be
an LS & A undergraduate and have attended the Univer-
sity of Michigan for at least one full term. Sophomores
must have a U of M grade point overage of 3.6 or better
and Juniors and Seniors must have a GPA of at least 3.5.
The awards are based on financial need and on academic
merit. Completed applications must be returned to 1220
Angell Hall by October 11.

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