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ThERCHANDAL

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Regents to discuss denying pay Facty

to faclty memtbers who strike

de c _f:a__.
to one o h he nosrcg
by the rniver_ = sty for col ec
tain,:ed .nLthir cotract.Swthth
psthe regulation de-
70e itain weea aut
ccerctincluding ac-ts oryoany
meb ifrthe safme a _-alned
o the dutiee ws or-emp oyment for
compen7saio, rg
dy te C°-er:ty o
ra cLvemandaayfosi
:ire s bcc:87 xc- =a ---
-Hes wa"s pevente g by ction

In addition, Knauss said, de:als
needed to be worked out with re-
gard to the percentage of a faculty
member's salary which series as
compensation for each of his ac-
vrtie~-suc as teachng and re-
under the committee's draft,
any faculty member or teaching
fellow would be able to appeal a

dCS ont_ wil-topa tGa
__ap _ _l tribunaL c ._p. .. d of
three members of the U.CSn,__'e s"G_

ROTC takeover ends in
confusion and disarray

a maze of'. farcs'cicom:.mites"
-t ed 'rW on the= nive-
s..y's cams;'1tand._a
te~r.-d
wat nt et
'Vescn beciefie e

ical motives for being there were.
"The strike coalition got them -
selves together but the7 couldn't
reach the other people," ~ Grieck
agreed. "In order to end ROTC,
you need organized mass action
not just organization among your-
selves"
Sometime after the pr~esters
had taken over North Hall Flem-
ing, Police Chief Walter ~rasny
and members of the Senate Ad-
visory Committee on University
Affairs-the top faculty body-
met and decided to allow the stu-
dents to remain in the building
an indefinite period of time
"The administration succeeded
in duping the people who took
over the building by giving it to
them, one students said. "It gave
the appearance that we had some-
thing-but we didn't'
City students
stage protest
Ccn~.~ed ~ Pate
what 'type of actmon they can
take" he added
Although some of the smrmke
coalition members had attended
some university rallies. "We or-
ganized this demonstration on cur
own. Randy Prince sa:d. "We did
have some help from different
University groups but only after
we had asked for is'
Some high school of f:cials had
blamed University groups with in-
filtrating the high schools and
agitating the students

OK report
on finance
By ROB BIER
An '-' 'tina~ reuort o
,r~ ~nn
nomic status of the faculty in-
clud.ing for the first tune specific
recommendations on faculty sal-
ary and fringe benef:ts has bee-
approved by the faculty s Senate
Assembly.
The annual report of As.scmbly s
Committee on Economic Status of
the Faculty has, in the past been
simply a coection of smanst:cs on
faculty compel ~ation. locally and
nationwide
The decis:on to issue a separate
report with sp~ecif:c provosa~s was
made, according to committee
chairman Prof. Stanley S:eg& of
the law school, because of "a cat-
astrophw fall~'-c- o~f of the eco-
nomic status of the profession
3y making the recommendations
Siegel said 'The committee can
serve a valuable funotton in corn-
municatmnz faculty desires to the
administratmon
Although the rerort cmtes the
comparat;vly high salanes paid
at the Cmty Univ ers;ty of New
York which is unionized. Siegel
sa:d the repor't '~'as not a step
toward cclecmive bargaining
I don: th:n~ mime sc:uncn to
the problem is unionizing' S:egel
sa:d "The scl"r'o" '~ the finding
of funds' He added that in nis
opinion time lack of fun~ was riot
due to le'zislatne reac::on to cam-
pus disorders bum to increased
cemanos on zcvernment :or ser-
mines growir.z inflatton and time
resuuing budzem souceze on pub-
~:c universities a.~ C; er :~ne nation
S:egel said time most imoortant
recommenoation on the sublect of
salarines was that faculy; salaries
~hould be compared with profes-
s.onals in scc:emy as a whole
rather than with faculnes at other
schoo'~
The report notes that many
students upon ~raduam:on can
command salartes considerably
higher than assoctame professors
in mhefr own f:ec

Israel celebrates qu ~tietly-
on Idependence Day-

IJSP.BUS ALE' _- -Israelis
nocke' to ccunmrnsde picnics es-
terzay on the cuite st In een-
Ceni:e Day of tie. Jewsh state
,mce mie :13 Mddle East 'war
Rigid security precautons, n-
clusding reinTforce police units
highway roadblocks apeared to
hIave been successful in keeping
a lid on :ilence as the naton
marmed tis 22nd birthday
The milit ar°y command said
there were no mnaor f :tng i-
cdents along tie countrys ffoca-
tile borders :ith is Arab nig-
bors.
"'hereIwa's soe^orar an
saT'' -arnts firef:rcm Tie Egy:p-
n.ans on, the Suez Caal and some
1nzermttent simronz on other
frontiers-"a mltary spokesman
said.
Ome ILraeli sodier ded in a
mortar exangve on the canal
Monday but tie sokesan de-
claredtmie days actvty onthe
i:rontmEsasT rela::ve° Calm
On Independelnce Day last year
Israeli rloops iled 10 Arab sab-
oteurs who had finfitrated into
" e coutry7 The year before 1
terrorsts were kiled n clashes
ith Israeli forces
This year CIsrael: gter-bomb-
ers twice crossed the Suez Canal
:t me Egpti 'nmiitry tar-.
gets in te northrn sector all
planes returring safely. the m-
:tarysa d
In Kiiryat S'hona an immi-:
grant town on tie Lebanese bord-
er wet imee c'il,;nstied n
rocket amacks last week by Arab
gur'ril-as firing from Lebanon. the
MVa-or cancsled Independence Day
celebr ations out of fear that a
new attack u ight it crows of
Local rs:deT
Elsew:here-nkIsralz here was a
fest:i-e atmnosphere 3lB!ie and white
Israeli flags tbdcked cars ba-
cots androfosTrnsag
danced and wandered abut noisly
THIS WEEK AT
CANTERBURY
HOSE
WED,-Radical Film Series
Sct c ~n c -
-THURS.--Romblin' Jack
Elliot
FRI. & SAT-
Ozone House Benefit:
SUN.-Worship'' rr
PEOPLE'S
*SANDWICH KITCHEN
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Tel A' m'~ and Jerusalem well
in ~ inc ear~y morning hours
Hundreds of policemen and sol-
d:er's carryng automatic weapons
maintained a security vigil in the
streets
The parade was preceded by a
:.ypasm of Israeli warplanes. in-
cluding U S -built Phantoms and
Skyhawks which drew cheers
trom time thousands of spectators.
NY Liberals
pick Goldberg
Cc~ed ~rcra Page
H~ opponents in the primary
wmll be Morgenthau. a former U S
attorney and unsuccessful Demo-
cratic cand:dame in l~E2, and Sam-
ue.s an upstate industrial ~st who
served in the administration of
tormer President Lyndon B John-
son
Goodell. unopposed for the Re-
publican nomination, was the
cho~ce over four Democrats, get-
tina a.mosm twice as many votes
the combined total for second-
place Paul O'Dwyer and third-
place Rep. R:chard McCarthy
Rep Richard Ottinger and Theo-
dore Sorensen finished fourth and
fifth in mime balloting.
The four Democrats all are s'-; -
ing in their party's Senate prt-
mary
The Liberal party vote in both
the zubernatorial and Senate
races could be decisive particular-
because the Consermtive party
is f:elding its own candidates-
Paul Adams for governor and
James Buckley for senator.

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Classes resume at 100 colleges;
mny schools still shut down

Stezel sa~d :m aPPears :nat sonic
of the recomm~ndat~ons on tringe
benef:ms will be at least ~armtallv
accepted in tl'me comina year In-
cluded vould be S50 0~ rnax:mun'.
nosnital insurance as recom-
mended by the report and d:s-
ab:li:v comerave wh:ch '""'~~ be
posib~e to :';e on Stezel said

ANTONIONI's
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mt f an ioetmehd .o i-
sentsonc thyipyand -
th f C the fudament yal rn-
astetlttrrsid
t1n0 can ad a-nthauseof
:fnibilth efaeo
d. atendnce a: 5
afte a ourday T sen srie
atOne of the schools
th ee pitre !

mimated drew about 5,000 of the
University of Nebraska s ItOOC
students on the Lincoln campus, it
was announced that in a secret
ballot Sunday students voted I 35~
to l,~0 against continuing a vol-
untai~ boycott of cl~es
Class attendance at the Nor-h
Carolina State University In
Raleigh was reported by officials
as normal yesterday despite a call
for a student boycott.
~rve done all I can," said Cathy
Sterling, president-elect of the
student government who called for
the boycott Sunday. "it's up to the
students now7
There are some confrontations
With police reported in connection
with the student antiwar efforts.
In Denver. a shantytown dubbed
'Woodstock NatIon" was torn
down after police moved In and
evicted Its o~upants.
The shantytown was erected on
the University of Denver campus
as a war protest and was named
for last summer's rock concert In
upstate New York
About 200 ~nver police and 40
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