THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Affirmative Action progress slight
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stereotyping and an increase
in the number of male clerical
T H E C L E R I C A L S,
which make up a portion of the
office job group, are classified
by pay scale, but minority
clerical workers are found dis-
proportionately in the less well-
paid clerical salary grades."
While minorities compose 10.6
per cent of all clerical workers,
they account for only 6.85 per
cent of the higher paying C-5
classifications, but 23.52 per
cent of the lower paying C-2's,
the report said.
The report pointed out how-
ever, that the proportion of mi-
nority clericals in the higher
salary grades did increase dur-
ing the time of the study.
tion goals, the report conclud-
ed, were in most cases missed
-by rather dramatic propor-
tions. In many cases depart-
mental shortfall figures were
greater than 10 per cent. This
means more employes were lost
than were gained.
The Institute for Social Re-
search (ISR) was also criticiz-
ed for its low number of wom-
en and minority employes. Of
those holding research positions,
only 3.2 per cent are minorities,
and 9.7 per cent non-minority
women. The total number of-
available minority workers ex-
ceeds their actual representa-
tion in ISR by almost three
THE REPORT made a simi-
lar comparison with the Insti-
tute for Science and Research,
which employs only 2.1 per cent
minorities and 6.3 per cent non-
minority women in comparable
This is traceable, according
to the study, to the greater op-
portunities made available to
non-minority males in the area
of graduate research and train-
The School of Engineering,
the Literary College (LSA), the
Medical School, and several
other University divisions, were
evaluated as having made no
significant increases in their
minority and women employ-
THE REPORT notes that sal-
ary procedures have been re-
vised to be administered more
equitably. In this area, the Uni-
versity received fairly good
However, in the maintenance/
service classifications, minority
employes average $8,872 per
year. Non-minority females
earn an average of $7,791 per
year, while white males bring
in $10,103 per year.
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Tuesday, June 10, 1975
Ya'ssoo fest. crowds
enjoy wine, dances
(Continued from Page 3) tival was fantastically success-
estimated $1700 was spent on ful. Thisayear it was one day
the ingredients for the caloric longer, and we served many,
pastries. many more people."
The Grecian effect is concen- "People feel drawn together
trated not only on the palate; by this sort of thing," con-
the Festival is an ethnic cele- tinued Ms. Bowie. "This year's
bration in dance, music and Festival was one of the most
song as well. festive ones. The chemistry was
The children of St. Nicholas really there. The effect was like
performed simple Greek folk drinking champagne."
dances in costume, and profes- "Preparing for this Festival
sional adult dancers imported involves the entire Greek com-
from Lincoln Park performed munity of Ann Arbor," said
the more elaborate traditional Douglass. "We started four
dances to the music of the na- years ago with a pastry bake
tive bouzouki band. sale. This is now our third out-
"THE MUSIC had a great door festival. Every year it gets
effect," said Ms. Bowie. "On bigger and better. And next
Saturday night, they were danc- week, planning will start for
ing on the table tops. The Fes- next year's festival."
Morning taxi fare
cut set by AATA
(Continued from Page 3) there's a real need for that form
been a lengthy process," Robin- of transportation in this city,"
son said. he added.
IN ADDITION, the AATA THE SUBSIDY plan will run
chose the system which would on an experimental basis for
have the least traumatic effect six months or until its $20,000
on the taxi industry in Ann fund is exhausted. Robinson
Arbor. stressed the plan is not a part
Robinson claimed, "We're not of the Teltran system (Dial-A-
taking work away from the Ride) which voters approved in
union people right now, we've the April 1973 millage assess-
only added to our services so ment.
we haven't violated any union The money for the subsidy
.contracts." will come out of the present
"We don't want to wipe out AATA operating budget at the
the cab companies because expense of other services.
At the end of the six-month
DR. PAUL USLAN trial period, Robinson said, "We
hope to make a decision on the
Optometrist basis of real demand whether
Full Contact Lens Service or not to take the all-night serv-
Visual Esaminations ice on as our own." An all-night
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