l Tutsd y, November 18, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
COMPLAINT TO HEW:
U.S. crime up 18% High court upholds
(Continued fromPage 1)
ed "Crime in the United States"
By DAVID GARFINKEL
A group of doctors have
charged the University of Mich-
igan Medical Center (UMMC)
with violating affirmative action
guidelines in a complaint ex-
pected to be filed today with
the federal Department of
Health Education and Welfare
(HEW) and the Michigan Civil
In a seventeen page docu-
ment seven doctors, all mem-
bers of the IHouse Officers As-
sociation (HOA) find the UM-
MC's hiring policies and treat-
ment of house officers in non-
compliance with federal and
university stated affirmative ac-
"THE UMMC is a hostile en-
vironment for women and mi-
nority housestaff," the' docu-
House officers, or housestaff
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Food Action Coalition: George
torgstromn, "World Feeding: Fact
Mid'Fallacies," 1st Fir., Aud., SPH
IT, 7 pm.
R. C. Lectures: Tom Storer, "Na-
tive American Indian Culture,"
Greene Lounge, E. Quad, 7 pm.
Computing Ctr.: Edward J. Fronc-
Zak, fit. I - "The Use of a Touch-
tone Telephone as an MTS Term-
inal," Seminar Rm., 1st Fir., 7:30
Humanities: waiton Hancock,
"Engineering the Working Environ-
mi ht," Rackham Lee. Hall. 8 pm.
Physiology/A-V Ctr.: The Sens~es
of Man, films, S. Lee. Hall, Med.
Sci. IT, 8 pm.
Music School: Arts Chorale, Hill
And., 8 pm.
UM-Dearborn: Bess Bonnier, jazz
pianist; Mickey Stein, bass guitarist,
Fair Lane Ctr., Dearborn, 8 pm.
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RESERVED SEATS $3.50
Avail.. Mich. Union 10:30-
5:30 1763-2071) Sorry, no'
Smoking & beveraees prohibited
employees, are known as resi- in a 1973 ruling. The Court rul- claim with comparative statis-I
dents and interns in the Uni- ed then that HOA members tics from the last four Univer-E
versity Hospital. should be recognized as em- sity Medical School graduating.
The UMMC's failure to recog- ployes. , classes.
nize the House Officers Associa- H O W E V E R, in a teach- Women represented 10 pert
tion (HOA) in its formal Affir- ing hospital such as Michigan cent of the graduates but makej
mative Action program was al- residents and interns are some- up less than five per cent ofi
so criticized. times classified as students. the current housestaff, the docu-
THE HOA and the University HOA member Gary Richwald ment states.
reached an accord November 8 said that plans, and even re- AN DLnACKS represented 10'
after two days of picketing and cognition, of HOA are not in- per cent of the graduates but,
administrative slowdown by the cluded in the University affir- only account for two per centi
houseofficers. Specifics of the mative action program submit- of the present housestaff, the
pact included the hiring of ad- ted to HEW. document says.
ditional hospital staffers and UMMC director Dr. J. A. In a three page letter attach-
more time provided for patient Gronvall said last night he had ed to the formal complaint one
care. not yet seen the complaint and woman house officer listed prob-c
"Our desire is to make the declined soecific comment. lems that she said women phy-
University community aware AND HOA president Eric Ho- sicians face. They include shar-
" thiverUiyveomuity aa-deen responded non - comittally ing the nurses' locker room, no
firmative action," said one HOA to the complaint last night. "It women's sleeping quarters dur-
is in no way an official action" ing overnight shifts, slow re-
hme ''me r h end to agi of our organization. "Some of cruiting of women house offic-
years, the University has been the members are not satisfied ers, and no day care for female
flouting federal law," he add- and wanted to take more imme- ( doctors' children.
ed. diate action. That's their perog- Another doctor who signed the
ative," he added. complaint said that women
The complaint reports that Both women and minorities housestaff are "put down." He!
the Michigan State Su- are significantly under - repre- explained, "Either you get
preme Court found the HOA sented on ho'isestaff, the docu- treated like a male, or you geti
a bona fide labor organization 'ment contends. It backs its picked up for a date."
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showed sharp increases in the
number of teen-agers arrest-
ed, particularly for crimes com-
mitted in the suburbs.
The report contains statisticsj
and an analysis of the murders,
rapes, assaults, robberies, bur-
glaries, larcenies and motor ve-'
hice thefts reported to virtual-
1y all state and local law en-
forcement agencies. The FBI
and other experts say many (Continued from Page 1) tor's decision that the Good-
more crimes never are report- In its first session since the year Tire & Rubber Co. must
ed to police. - retirement of Justice William pay accident and sickness bene-
OFFICIALS say one reason 0. Douglas, the eight-man court fits to employes on maternity
the statistics may reflect an also: heave.
increase is because police have --Struck down a Utah law
improved their method of crime making women ineligible for -Agreed to decide whether
collecting crime data. But there unemployment compensation for Massachusetts may require con-
is no conclusive evidence to in- 12 weeks before childbirth and sent of both parents in order for
dicate the effect this has on six weeks afterward. a woman under 18 to have an
statistics. -Let stand a labor arbitra- abortion.
The Daily incorrectly report-j
ed in Sunday's paper that there
was an SGC s u i t pending
a g a i n s t University Housing'
Council representative G r e g
Higby. The suit was filed, but
dropped later when Higby re-
signed his post.
Baskin Antreasion Tobey
The Lakeside Studio
fine original prints by old/
modern masters and con-
Wed., November 19
first floor Michigan Union
jDurer Matisse Whistler
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE
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DRAMATIZED RECONSTRUCTION of
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Directed by JORGES SANJINES (Blood of the Condor)
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The (opening) sequence pis
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Shedlin, FILM QUARTER-
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film, triumphantly cele-
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as, the whole community
marches past the camera."
-D avid Wilson, SIGHT
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