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The Michigan Daily

Vol LXXXVI, No. 22-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, June 4, 1976

Ten Cents

Twelve Pages

Hays leaves key House post
Will also quit other
House chairmanship

W A S H I N G TO N 01 -
Rep. Wayne Hays quit as chair-
man of a Democratic campaign
committee yesterday until in-
vestigations of his sex scandal
are over. A colleague said Hays
told him he also will step down
temporarily as chairman of the
House Administration Commit-
tee.
Under increasing pressure to
resign the two leadership posi-
tions, Hays said he stepped
aside as head of the House
Democratic Congressional Cam-
paign Committee because he
doesn't want to be a liability
to his colleagues.
REP. JOHN DENT of Penn-
sylvania, third - ranking Dmeo-
crat on the Administration
Committee and a friend of
Hays, said the embattled Con-
gressman told him he plans to
relinquish his job of chairman
until the investigations are com-
pleted.
Hays' spokeswoman, Carol
Clawson, said he will meet with
members of the House Admin-
istration C o m m i t t e e
next Wednesday or Thursday
and will be open to any sug-
gestion that he step aside as
chairman of that panel, too.
"He will abide by their deci-
sion," Clawson said.
House Democratic L e a d er
Thomas O'Neill called again
for Hays to relinquish his job
as Administration Committee

chairman. "I think he should,
and I think he's going to,"
O'Neill declared.
AT THE SAME time, the
House ethics committee dis-
cussed new names in the scan-
dal; told its staff to start in-
terviewing possible witnesses,
including Hays and the woman
who says she was his mistress,
and agreed on ground rules for
its probe. The committee met
in closed session.
C h a i r m a n John Flynt
(D-Ga.) said: "There are
some things and some words
I don't want to use publicly."
Hays, reading his statement
in low, even tones, said he will
call a meeting of the Ilouse
D e m o c r a t i c Congres-
sional Campaign Committee
next Wednesday. The commit-
tee provides advice, informa-
tion and money to Democrats
running for the House of Rep-
resentatives.
"NOT WISHING to have my
name on a check which might
be used as a campaign issue
against any Democratic candi-
date, I have decided to . . .
ask that a temporary chairman
be elected until the charge
against me has been resolved,"
Hays said.
In his meeting with Adminis-
tration Committee members,
Hays said he will "discuss with
See HAYS, Page 2

Dailv Photo by STEVE KAGAN
Sadsack

GEO a ttacks 'Uproposals
By SUSAN ADES
Following weeks of Graduate Employe Organization (GEO)
demand clarification sessions, the stage is finally set for hard-
core contract bargaining. Armed with the long-awaited Univer-
sity administration counterproposals, the warring bargaining
teams yesterday made their first attempt to hammer out the
major differences that have surfaced on many key issues.,
"The prediction (by GEO) was that they wouldn't give us
ay sore than they did last year," said Dan Tsang, a GEO bar-
Calder, 'and that has borne true. In fact, they've given us less." f . .
THE PROSPECTS of early settlement now appear dubious
as the two sides are clearly far apart on affirmative action, non-
discrimination and economic clauses. GEO Bargainers pointed to
these areas as profoundly important.
While several GEO members carried signs outside the Michi-
gan Union protesting the University's position, inside, the meet-
ing commenced with GEO reaction to the counterproposals.
GEO negotiator Bob Thurston began the round addressing
the crucial issue of non-interference. GEO pressed, in its pro-
posal, for removal of a provision in the present contract which
Prohibits the Union from striking while a contract is still in ef-
el. The Unio is eeking to protect its leverage with the Uni-
versity, who they say is "keeping their hands tied."
THE UNIVERSITY counterproposal does not comply with Daily Photo hy STEVE KAGAN
the GEO demand. SEVERAL GRADUATE EMPLOYE Organization (GEO) members carry signs outside the
"We are not willing to give up our only recourse - the right Union yesterday while bargaining talks between GEO and the University reached a heated
See GEO, Page 3 crescendo inside.

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