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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 6, 1,975

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an 80 hour maximum work'
week. "We'll work longer whenI
necessary," Dr. Hodeen said,1
"but working more than 100
hours per week, as some of our
members do now, obviously has,
a detrimental effect on patient
care.

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"Much of what the House Of-
ficers want . . . constitutes
goals which management is alsoj
pursuing," stated Dr. Dalston.i
However, Dr. Dalston added
that the multitude of groups
competing for funds, and the
limited resources of the hos-
pital, would force the University
to use restraint in their nego-)

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IN RESPONSE to yesterday's tiations wit
job action by the HOA, the Uni-_
versity issued a statement, con-
taining comments by 'U' Hos- Accordin
pital Director Dr. Jeptha Dal- Automobile
ston, which indicated that "se- ingredients
vere cost restraints" and "in- of an auto
tense p r e s s u r e from other
groups" were dictating the Uni- gredients i
versity's austere bargaining po- steel, car
sition. chemicals.

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PV ruled asga ada
(Continued from Page 1) States Constitutions." voters not to make a second or i
The case first went before Fleming also reaffirmed the third choice, since it would work
Fleming on April 15. The Demo- assertion that PV is essentially to defeat that voter's first'
crats wanted a powerful writ a method of eliminating run-off choice."
of mandamus ordering City elections when no candidate re- He also noted that "each voter 1l lI
Clerk Jerome Weiss to issue a ceives a majority of the votes will have one of his or her pref-
certificate of election to Wheel- cast-a position held all along erences counted if he or she (Continued from Page1)
er, who they said was "the duly by the HRP and some Demo- elects to make more than one
elected mayor of Ann Arbor," crats. preference. The fact that a few ; were met with silence.
and the Republicans suing Weiss HE SAID that the PV charter voters may decide not to make Sadat said the Palestinian
and the Ann Arbor Board of amendment, p a s s e d by the more than one preference, he problem is the core of the en-
Canvassers in an attempt to voters one year ago Tuesday, said, "does not render the sys- tire Middle East dispute. "Once
prevent them from certifying "consolidates two elections into tem unconstitutional. solved, all other outstanding is-
Wheeler. one" and does not discriminate The ruling, then, has settled sues can be solved," he said.
THE CITY and county Boards against any group of voters, as the constitutionality of PV until Saying he emphatically urged
of Canvassers, in emotion-pack- Stephenson contended. Further-' such time as Fleming's decision :the United States to lend the
ed decisions, refused to certify more, "it possesses a monetary is overturned by either the court Palestinian people "your under-
Wheeler. In each case, the two savings to the municipality in of appeals or the Michigan state standing and support," Sadat
Republicans on the bi-partisan question and is not a factor to supreme court. added: "The continuation of ne-
boards, would not sign a certifi- be overlooked," he asserted. TWO OTHER options appar glect and defiance is but an
cation document. "Basic to all," Fleming con- to be open to Stephenson and open invitation to violence, neg-
But Fleming ruled that Wheel- tinued, "is the right of self-de- the GOP at this point, however. ativism and extremism."
er should not be denied the termination by the Ann Arbor He asked fora recount shortly
office of mayor, and directed voters." The fact that the city's after the first decision, but was SADAT HELD a final meeting
the city and county clerks to PV system is different from refused pending yesterday's de- with President Ford in the aft-
jointly issue him a certificate of "the system of voting we have cision. Presumably he can now ernoon. After the meeting, re-
election. come to know in this State, does ask for the vote recount, but as porters were told that no spe-
Former M a y o r Stephenson not affect its validity," he Mayor Wheeler claimed last cific commitment was made on
then took the offensive, trying added. night, "I think he knows, just providing U. S. military aid to
to have PV declared illegal. As for the contention by Ste- as well as I, that I'll get more Egypt.
THE GOP had said that PV phenson that PV gave some votes if there's a recount." But Deputy Secretary of State
was unconstitutional because it persons more than one vote, Another option, and a matter Joseph Sisco said "obviously
violated the concept of 'one-per- Fleming noted that "no one per- which Fleming didn't discuss in this is an issue that in time will
son, one-vote,' gave different son or voter has more than one his ruling, is the issue of ballot have to be confronted."
weight to voters for different effective vote for one office. No box security. Allegedly, some of The United States and Egypt
candidates and allowed certain voter's vote can be counted the ballot boxes were found i Unitial an agreement that is
votes to be counted more than more than once for the same either improperly sealed, un expected to lead to the Egyp-
occandidate. In the final.aayss sealed or found "insecure" by epce.t edt h gp
once. addt.Ithfia analysis, dnofca uig ni tian purchase of two American
But Fleming, ruling in a 12 no voter is given greater weight election officials during counting tuclearpower reactors.
page opinion for Wheeler again, in his or her vote over the vote procedures.
refuted each charge and con- of another voter." j-SISCO ALSO told reporters
cluded that "the form of ma- IF EVERY second choice after Sadat's strong appeal to
jority preferential voting em- vote was counted, as Stephen - ren dCongress for U. S. support of
ployed in the City of Ann Ar- son urged, instead of the candi- a Palestinian solution that "our
bor's election of its Mayor does date receiving the least number position has not changed."
not violate the one-man, one- of votes as it is done now, Flem- lie said that position is that
vote mandate nor does it de- ing asserted that it "would make' negotiations with the Palestine
prive anyone of equal protection the system self-defeating and Liberation Organization are in-
under the-Michigan and United I in essence w o u l d encourage hibited by the PLO's refusal to
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*r *.* To Esta blish Justice . . ."
PETITIONS ACCEPTED NOW
FOR 5 VACANCIES ON
CENTRAL.
ISTUDENT JUDICIARY'E
(ALL CAMPUS SUPREME COURT)
PETITIONING CLOSES NOV. 6, 1975
en, Women, & All Minorities of All
Colleges Are Encouraged To Apply.
Stop by SGC Offices, 3rd Floor Mich-
igan Union to pick up a petition and
sign up for an interview.

FRIDAY NIGHT at HILLEL
5:15 - MINYAN DAVENING
Ramah Davening
8:30 p.m.-OPEN FOREMAT SERVICE
DINNER at 6:30 p.m. Please make reser-
vation by 1 p.m. Friday. Call 663-3336.
9 p.m. - ONEG SHABAT
All at H I LLEL-1429 Hill

IT WAS then that Brenda met No formal communique was
St. John on the ski slopes of Sun ! issued at the end of the Sadat
Valley, Idaho, and their ro- visit. U. S. officials said every-
mance began.j thing that would have been coy-
Messick's d a i 1 y routine is ered in the document was pub-
exacting for a woman who will licly stated during Sadat's U.S.
be 70 next April. "You have to tour. Secretary of, State Henry
have a lot of self-discipline to Kissinger said "the United
draw a daily strip. To meet States government is very sat-
deadlines I have to work 2 / isfied with the. visit."
months in advance." -
What wll happen to Brenda "
after she finally does marry? Fm in
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NOON LUNCHEON
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7th
Claire Jeonette
ASSISTANT TO REGENT SARAH POWER
"Liberation from a Women's Perspective"
GUILD HOUSE-802 Monroe
(Recent Sarah Power's presentation as originally planned
for this date will be rescheduled for early Jan. 1976.)

"I DON'T know but the pos-
sibilities are endless," Messick
said. "I start a story and don't
really know where it will end."
Brenda could become preg-
nant and naturally she and Ba-
sil could be separated as he
seeks the serum from therare
black orchid, the only antidote
for the nameless fatal disease
he suffers from, Messick specu-
lated. But one thing is for cer-
tamn: Brenda won't turn 24.
"Most people are real live
dolls. They grow old," she said.
"Brenda is a paper doll and
won't."

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groups asking us for money,"
Fleming said.
TEACH-IN speakers warne
of the emergence of a polic
state. One issue discussed w
an alleged cover up of the as
sassination of former Presiden
John Kennedy.
Fleming said he had "Ap in
terest in a "rehash of assassin-
ations as a topic" but defended
the Teach-In's "leftist" focus.
Fleming supported the con-
cept of student participation in
University decision making but
when asked why there is
"none," he said, "It's never
been raised significantly be-
fore."
VICE - PRESIDENT for Stu-
dent Services Henry Johnson
and his assistant Tom Easthope
also attended yesterday's meet-
ing at SGC chambers, but Flem-
ing was the center of attention
for the group of 30 students.
Fleming was asked if he had
qualms about a CIA recruiter
interviewing students on cam-
pus next week. "No, because I
don't believe it's my position to
tell students who they should
work for," he said.,
He added, "I'm as unhappy
as you are to learn about some
of the activities they've been
engaged in. I believe there's
greater damage to intervene
than not to intervene. There's
great value in letting the indi-
vidual decide."
FLEMING did not have a
firm response on the question
of a tuition hike next term. He
said a hike would be "wholly
dependent on the question of
whether we get further signifi-
cant cutbacks. At some point, I
suspect this might be."
Council member. Lisa Yellin
claimed that minority groups
do not know where to obtain
University funding because the
necessary information is not
well publicized.
Fleming responded with a
s.gQestion that SGC members
meet with him to discuss a way
of compiling the needed data.
The Feathered Serpent
IMPORTS & CRAFTS
FROM THE AMERICAS
309 E. Liberty
Ann Arbor, Michiaan 48103
Telephone (313) 995-4222

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