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Tuesday, July 12, _1 977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Theirday, July 12, 1917 TH~MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Daily Classlieds

Fall coal strike looms

(Continued from Page 8)
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (IF) -
United M i n e Workers (UMW)
President Arnold Miller says he
believes it may be difficult to
avert a national strike by the
tnion's soft coal miners when
their contract expires Dec. 6.
"The situation doesn't look
good now, - but that can all
change," Miller said. "It de-
pends on the reaction from the
operating industry itself"
A NATIONWIDE strike by soft
coal miners would virtually shut
down the nation's coal industry,
especially in the East, at a time
when President C a r t er has
urged increased relance on coal
and other alternatives to oil.
A UMW strike avoids only the
small anthracite coal industry,
which is under a separate con-
tract, and scattered mines in the
West and South which are either
nonunion or covered by rival la-
bor groups.
While the UMW says it has
no firm figures on the number of
bituminous, or soft coal, miners,
the uniona total membership is
about 270,000-and most of those
miners work in bituminous.
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"THERE'S NOWHERE to go
but up when you're talking about
the 1 a b o r problems," Miller
said. "We don't have any sta-
bility in this union, and it's be-
cause of their (the operators')
reluctance to move away from
the past . . and sit down and
talk about their problems."
Miller believes the path to
union stability is through the
negotiation of a limited right-to-
strike clause in the 1977 contract
to permit local walkouts over
grievances. That has become a
major issue within the UMW in
recent years with miners fre-
quently defying the contract and
Miller by going out in wildcat
strikes, which usually end in
court i n j u n c ti on s and fines
against the union.
But industry officials-includ-
ing Joseph Brennan, president

Scientology: Is it
only another' cult?

(Continued from Page 3)
The whole scheme resembles
the psychoanalytic therapy of
Sigmund Freud on a massive
scale, with much greater hope
for world improvement than the
modest relief of human misery
that Freud believed his psycho-
logical theories could provide.
Also mimicking psychoanaly-
tic concepts is the Scientologist
dichotomy between the "Analy-
tic" and "Reactive" minds,
closely paralleling Freud's con-
scious and unconscious minds.
The reactive mind, like the un-
conscious, is the storehouse of
repressed desires, mistaken per-
ceptions and so on. That is what
Scientologists say must be elim-
inated in order to become clear.
Scientology, however, pdds a
twist by suggesting that the re-
active mind is plagued by the
horrible experiences and Sup-
pressive Persons of past lives as
well - this idea reminiscent of
psychologist Carl Jung's more
sophisticated concept of the
"collective unconscious."
Scientology posits a theory of
communication very similar to
what might be found in an in-
troductory speech class. Com-
plete with stick figure drawings
and arrows, a communications
model is presented showing a
communicator or "Cause" (C)
and a receiver or "Effect" (E).
The effectiveness of any over-
all communication is determined
by the strength of different com-
munication factors. Attention

level (A), for example, is one
such factor. There will be a
much more effective communi-
cation, say the Scientologists, if
the communicator is m o r e
aware of the receiver and if the
receiver is willing to pay atten-
tion.
Still another pillar of Scien-
tologist thought is the "Cycle of
Action" concept (CA). Every
human action . or project has
three phases: "Starting,"
"Changing" (i.e., carrying
through) and "Stopping." Be-
cause of the enormity or com-
plexity of certain tasks, many
people are unable to complete a
full CA. (In everyday speech,
this is called "giving up.") This,
they say, is the resrit of being
held back by something in the
reactive m i n d. Scientologists
recommend that tasks be broken
down into smaller, more man-
ageable components. Then, one
by one, each component is at-
tacked, applying full concentra-
tion and disregarding all other
components until the first cycle
of action is completed. In this
way, they say, it is possible to
overcrmethe reactive mind and
become a more effective per-
son.
Scientology, s a y s instructor
Krijs is "certainty"-about life
an about knowledge.
Commercial bitter myrrh, an
aromatic gum resin, is an im-
portant ingredient of mouth-
washes.

of the Bitriminous Col Opera-
tors Association ('BCOA) - al-
ready have expressed opposition
to the right-to-strike approach.
It is with the BCOA that the
UMW must negotiate a contract
for the soft coal miners.
Brennan calls the proposed
right-to-strike clause "a step in
the wrong direction." He be-
lieves wildcat strikes will not
end until there is a basic change
in the psychology of miners and
in their attitude that they must
honor any picket line, no matter
what the issue.
Miller's proposal would give
individual union locals the right
to vote a strike over local
issues, but it would prevent the
spreading of a strike by a few
pickets, a common practice at
present.

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Court halts Kent St. gym;
evicts student protestors
(Continued from Page 1) against the guardsmen was
have sometimes run high. But dismissed by a federal judge
the stress has been on nonvio- in 1974.
"ene.

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