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Wednesday, Juty 27, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

U', HOA initiate
new contract talks

By SUE WARNER
5s5
Bargaining teams represeat-
6 inag the University and the Boous
N Officers A.ssoiation (BOA) be-
v gan new contract negoti-ations
5Monday evening. The assoa-
tion'. pres eat contract is set to
expire midnight August 31.
IltA represents some 300 is-
*terans and resideats who h adle
most of the patient care at the
4 University's Medical Center, n-
der the sopervisi a of Medca 1
Sshool faculty.
ACCORDING t TDr. sliver
Cameron, HttA hargaining corn-
mittee chairman, anion and
Usiversity negotiators set the
ground roles f r the upcoming
c ntract talks at Monday's ses-
sian. lHe added Ihat the as.ocia-
ti n's hargaining committee has
heen meeting for over a month
Dads Phuts by ALAN BILINSKY and will he ready to present
Amber waves of grain seiccotatposls nt
H itchhiking ruing .upsets locals

By DENISE FOX and remove them from the
Some thought it was legally protection of the law," said
wrong, others called it morally Virginia Nordby, a University
wrong, and still others labeled Law Professor. "The law is de-
the decision just plain sexist, signed to protect all."
but most disagreed with the N
recent reversal of a rape con- NORDBY SAID rape has
viction by a California appeals been seen as a feminist issue
judge on grounds that a female and non-feminist judges have
hitchhiker should be prepared used it to "have their say."
for the sexual advances by the She was referring also to the
man who picks her up. recent statement by Madison,
"I think it's really wrong to Wis., judge, Archie Simonson,
take any group of women, whe- that rape could be a normal
ther they're prostitutes or wives reaction to the "provocative"
Van Dam Illave
attorney's job quietly
By KEITH B. RICHBURG
Special to The Daily
DETROIT-Philip Van Dam, the United States Attorney fired
by President Carter last May, has decided to leave his job quietly
and without a fight.
"Upon careful consideration, I have decided not to litigate the
issue of my removal by President Carter," Van Dam said, basing
his decision on what he claims to be his belief in the "profession-
alism" of the office.
VAN DAM, 34, will vacate his eighth floor office in the De-
troit Federal Building August 15th, staying on long enough to help
his replacement, James Robinson, with the transition.
Robinson, a Troy attorney and a partner in the politically
active law firm of Honigman, Miller, Schwartz and Cohn, was
handpicked to replace Van Dam by Michigan's freshman Senator,
Donald Reigle..
See VAN DAM, Page 6

clothing worn by women today.
In the unanimous decision,
California judge Lynn Comp-
ton said a female who hitch-
hikes advises everyone who
passes by that she is willing to
enter any vehicle and adver-
tises she has less concern for
her safety than the average fe-
male.
BUT GAIL Reisman, a Uni-
versity employe, said hitch-
hiking is simply a means of
getting from one place to an-
other.
"It's not that female. hitch-
hikers are any less concerned
about their safety," she said.
"But the male attitude is bad.
Some men respond with the at-
titude that female hitchhikers
will do anything."
But University student-Kurt
Olson said he doesn't respond
any differently to female hitch-
hikers.
"THE DECISION was really
stupid," said Olsen. "When you
pick up a female hitchhiker,
it's not an invitation to sex."
Barbara Murphy of the Uni-
versity's Affirmative Action
Programs questioned the
judge's reasoning.
"The judge is saying that
it's a crime of provocation.
Even by stretching my imagi-
nation I cannot see it as such,"
she said. "If you leave money
in your house and someone
breaks in and steals it, it's not
your fault for having left it
out."

MURPHY SAID even edu-
cated men who hold high legal
positions are a product of their
society.
"There should be more mi-
norities and women in high
legal positions because we need
different points of view," she
said.
'I think it's really
wrong to take any
group of women, whe-
ther they're prostitu-
tes or w i v e s and re-
move them f r o m the
protection of the law..'
Virginia Nordby, 'U'
law professor.
Professor D. Brown of the
Psychology Department said he
believed the judge was legally
wrong, but he could under-
stand how the. judge could inter-
pret the situation as he did.
"P S Y C H O . O G I C-
ALLY I could see how the men
could misread the clues given
by the young lady. The prob-
lem is one of mores- in a soc-
iety and what message isabeing
given."
But a spokesperson from the
Gay Advocates Office termed
See HITCHHIKING, Page 10

week.
Cameron refused to comment
on what the anion will he asking
in the new contract.
iowever, he did say yester-
day, "I expect we'll be extend-
ing our present contract until
the new one is ironed out."
IN ADDITION to planning
contract proposals, the HOA is
activelsP supporting an amend-
msent to the National Labor Re-
lations Act of 1974 which was
introduced by Senator Donald
Riegle (D-Mich.I last Wednes-
day.
The proposed legislation would
give over 60,000 interns and res-
idents across the country the
right to bargain collectively.
However, Riegle's bill would
not directly affect the Univer-
sity's house officers because of
a 1973 Michigan Supreme Court
ruling, on an appeal from lower
courts, which stated doctors in
training are both employes and
students.
THE COURT decision concur-
red with a Michigan Employ-
ment Relations Commis-
sion (MERC) r a Ii a g which
See 'U', Page 6
Brown
pledges'
nuclear ai'd
to S. Korea
TOKYO OP-U.S. Defense Sec-
retary Harold Brown pledged
yesterday that the United States
will continue to cover South
Korea with its nuclear umbrella.
Informed sources said a rear
guard of up to 12,000 troops will
remain to cover the withdrawal
sf 33,000 American g r o u n d
forces.
According to the sources, a
senior official aboard Brown's
plane said Brown gave assur-
ances that two brigades, roughly
c o m p r i s e d of 8,000 combat
troops and several thousand for
logistic support, would remain
until the very end of the phase-
out in 1982.
"WE HADN'T said nostos the
idea before," he said. "We left
it open until the talks."
Brown flew to Tokyo yester-
day to brief Japanese officials
See BROWN, Page 6

Puppy love
Mary Torrisi believes pierced earrings can lead
to romance - or at least puppy love. She didn't
want to have the ears of her 3-month-old great dane
cropped in the traditional short-pointed fashion. So
she took Marmaduke to a jewelry store and had
one of his ears pierced., "Dobbie the dalmation,
next door, just fell in love with her when he saw
the silver earring. He just sat and stared, sort of
mesmerized. Now he follows her all around," says
Torrisi, 17, who received Marmaduke, named after
the comic-strip character, as a birthday present
from her parents. After okaying the idea with a
veterinarian, she checked with an ear-piercer at a
local jewelry store -- who said all right as long as
Marmaduke agreed. "I have this thing about ear-
rings," Torrisi explained. "I've always liked them.
And one day when I can afford it, Marmaduke and

-TODAY
I will split a pair of good diamond earrings." That's counsel to U. S. Sen. Morgan, he agreed with Mor-
possible because Torrisi wears three pierced ear- gan that the FBI was "rotten to the core". Now
rings on her right ear and two on her left. "I'll give that Edwards has been named U. S. attorney for
Marmaduke one and I'll use the other for the third Western N. Carolina, and will be ordering FBI
hole in my right ear," she said. investigations himself, he has decided that Mor-
gan misspoke himself. What Morgan meant to say,
according to Edwards, was'the FBI was rotten "at
. . . nothing is happenings today, but there are the core", and not "to the core".
two announcements. Project outreach is now ac-
cepting applications for the Fall 1977 internship in
adolescents, call 764-9279 .. . if you plan to gradu- On the outside
ate in 1978, and are interested in applying for a
post graduate scholarship (Rhodes, Marshall, Dan- Today will be the absolutely perfect day. We will
forth, etc.) contact the office of Senior Scholarships reach a high of 80, under sunny skies, with a slight
immediately at 764-4311, or walk up to 5208 Angell wind out of the West. Tonight's low will be in the
Hall. low 60's. But you'd better enjoy it while you can,
because it looks like those steamy days of two
Only rotten at the core weeks ago will be with us again very soon. Thurs-
Last year, when Harold Edwards was legislative day's high will be 85, and Friday's near 90.

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