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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 16; 1971

Page Six THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 16, 1971

-TONIGHT-
TCAN'T
HELP IT
Directed by Frank Tashlin,
1956. Boogoloo clown with
Little Richord, Gene Vincent,
Bill Haley and the Comets,
Prebeheaded Jayne Mansfield
a n d Man-on-the-Street TOM
EWELL. In fabulous Color and
Cinemascope. Singalong a n d
dance in the aisles,
SATURDAY and
SUNDAY
THE GREAT
DICTATOR
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in his
greatcst dual role a Jewish
tailor (Berlin, cira1940) and
Hitler. Hilarious jabs at the to-
talitarian state.
Architecture
Auditorium
7.00 and 9:00 P.M.
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returns
/
thrill-packed
chill-packed
spellbinding
mystery and
terror dramas
Don't miss it!
STARTING JULY 19
Weekday nights at 6
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Grievance
(Continued from Page 1)
currently in effect, the review
cimmittee consists of the griev-
ant's supervisor, the area super-
visor and a representative of the
grievant.
According to the Women's Com-
mission, "the revised committee
would be more impartial."
Fidele Fauri. University vice-
president for state relations, said
yesterday that the scope of ap-
plicability of the new grievance
procedures was limited in order
that the procedures can be tested
before being applied to all cases
between the University and its
non-union staff.
"We are primarily concerned
with getting the new grievance
procedure underway in order to
meet the problems of the moment
in dealing with cases brought up
CONSCIOUSNESS
RAISING
GROUP?
WTIInt be if ore?
If you are in one or you
wont to join a CR Group,
call BARB or CLAIRE at
662-4431 ext. 332

BIAS CASES ONLY
procedures changed
tinder the affirmative action pro- change will create problems for
gram," he said yesterday. many women employes.
Women's Commission members "A lot of women are not aware
foresee problems with the new that they are victims of sex dis-
grievance procedure, but claim crimination. Since they will not
that the progress which has been be alleging sex discrimination,
made is appreciable. they will have to have their cases
heard under the old grievance
According to Barbara Murphy. procedures."
Women's Commission member. She also charges that the
'-The big controversy is over the
definition of discrimination. I change would put the burden of
is not clear yet whether a griev- proof on the employe. not on the
ant will have to prove overt dis- employer. This would mean that
crimination, or whether proving an employe would have to prove
pattern discrimination would be that she was being discriminated
enough to justify using the new against, rather than that her em-
grievance procedire." ployers would be forced to prove
that she was not.
The Women's Commission is "The administration is just
currently working on a new griev- playing games with the Women's
ance procedure which could be Commission," she concluded.

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applicable to all cases involving
University disputes with its non-
union staff.
Other women are not pleased
with recent events. Claire Rumel-
hart, University Women's Rep-
resentative claims that the

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Phillippe Entremont is a scintillating combination of French brio and brilliance. His
flashing technique has led critics to describe him as a "titan" and "an aristocrat of
the piano." He is especially noted for his sensuous interpretations of the romantic
reperiory, but his performances of Scarlatti and Stravinsky have also earned him
accolades such as "electric," "magnetic" and even "atomic." He will perform works by
Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert at .Rackham Auditorium on Tuesday, July 20.
Tickets are $2.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
University
Musical Society
Tickets by mail or at Burton Tower, 9 to 4:30, Sat. 9 to 12
also at air-conditioned Rackham Auditorium 1 2 hours before performance)
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