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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 29, 1976

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 29, 1976
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U-M SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM
JOBS
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ADVERTISING * GENERAL BUSINESS
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$140-wk
MASS MEETING
MONDAY, Nov. 1-8:00 p.m.
Rackhom Auditorium
Open to liberal arts oriented sophomores,
juniors and seniors

HIJACKER SURRENDERS:

GEO weakeningJ on demands

Czech
MUNICH, West Germany
(Reuter) - A 26-year-old man
who seized a Czechoslovak air-
liner armed with a sub-machine-,
gun and a pistol surrendered toj
police here last night.-
The hijacker, a Czechoslovak,+
took over the plane on the run-
way at Prague airport and or-
dered it to fly to Munich, ac-
cording to informed sources in
the Czechoslovak capital.
THE SOVIET - MADE Ilyu-
shin-18 had 105 passengers and
six crew on board. It was to

plane seized
leave on an internal flight for the hijacker's motives
Bratislava. not known.

paid political advertisement

Janet
Kiaver
for
County Clerlk

The hijacker boarded the
plane as the engines were run-
ning and it took off immediate-
ly for West Germany, the sourc-
es said.
The plane touched down here
at 10:58 p.m. local time (5:58
p.m. EDT) and the hijacker,
named as Rodolf Becvar, gave
himself uprto police. Later, the
plane returned to Prague.
Airport authorities here said
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THE MAN SPOKE on
Czechoslovak language an
terpreters were being callE
police said.
Passengers and crew we
be interviewed by police b
the flight was resumed, a
authorities said.
The lasthijacking in Cz
slovakia took place in
1972 when a group of pa
gers seized a Slovair plane
the pilot to death and f
the co-pilot to fly them to
Germany.

(Continued from Page 1)
ALSO PART Of' the economic
profile is the determination of
were ;what constitutes a full time ap-
pointment. Currently the Uni-
versity sets the full time equiva-
ily a 'lent (FTE) at a maximum of
d in- 55 hours per week and they do
ed in, not specify that scheme in the
contract.
re to GEO yesterday insisted the
efore University agree contractually
irport to a 45-hour work week for a
full time employe which is five'
hours more work time than they,
:echo- had in their original proposal.
June The University has thus far on-
issen- ly agreed to put their present!
,shot scheme in contract - a signifi-1
orced cant concession - but they willj
West disclose their counterproposal to

the hours issue today.

PAD POuTI AL ADVERTISEMENTI
Comsbock Rily
RetAin for Court of Appeals
RETAIN JUDGE RILEY COMMITTEE

Meanwhile, GEO's class size
proposal has metamorphosized
s.giificantly though the union's
Vice President Nancy Kushig-;f
ian maintains GEO "did not
give up the principle of class
size limitations."
GEO'S ORIGINAL class size
demands were many - faceted
including provisions whereby
departments would be warned
if classes were approaching a
pre-determined maximum size.
The union had asked the Uni-I
versity to consent to this ar-
rangement in spirit theifirst
year and in contract the next.
However, in the modified de-
mand, GEO member Randy
Earnst says "We proposed that

the University establish a limit
on class size for '77-'78 that
would amount to the same level
as the present class size level
except the Mathematics Dept.
would be able to set different
limits.
"We also demanded," he add-
ed, "the establishment of a
commission to conduct an eval-
uation of class size to make re-
commendations to the adminis-
trations."
ALTHOUGH EARNST said
the University's initial reaction
to even the revised proposal
was largely negative, the issue
will be a main topic of discus-
sion at the bargaining table
today.
In other movement yester-
day, a provision was agreed to
that will require the University
to list for the union's benefit,
at the beginning of each term,
information on the number and
nature of graduate assistants
(GSA's) appointed.
Football
rally
exhibits
spirit
(Continued from Page 1)
Scheduled speakers Hazel
"Doc" Losh and Wally Weber
drew loud applause for their
prophecies for victory. As us-
ual, Losh had consulted the
stars and reported that, "All
looks favorable; the game will
start at 1:30 and the gophers
will be dead by 4 p.m."
Then, after a few words from
the team's co-captains, coach
Bo Schembechler took the mic-
rophone. "We're off to a good
start but the toughest part of
our schedule is ahead of us.
But on the basis of the attend-
ance here and at all the games,
we have the number one fans
in the whole U.S."
SCHoE MBE C H L E R
added, "We're gonna win it all
- nobody's going to touch us!
We're ready to play our best
game of the year and it means
a hell of a lot for you to come
and support us all through the
season and on to Pasadena."
One ardent fan, who taped the
event, complained that, "it's
about time something like this
happened to excite the masses."

Democrat
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