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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'U', GEO belabor information clause

By GEORGE LOBSENZ
University and Graduate Em-
ployes Organization (GEO) ne-
gotiators completed yet an-
other largely unproductive
contract bargaining session yes-
terday, moving at a snail's
pace toward compromise on the
information clause.
The GEO has asked for the
University to supply specific
information concerning all
graduate student assistants
(GSAs) to facilitate the union's
survey and mailing processes,
but the University claims the

process would cost too much
and that supplying certain in-
formation would be betraying
the confidentiality of GSAs.
OF THE 13 specific pieces of
information requested, the Uni-
versity contested six - per-
manent address, permanent
phone number, academic unit,
place of work, minority status
and sex.
University chief negotiator
John Forsyth maintained that
providing the GEO with several
of those items would mean in-

creased costs to the University
because certain requested in-
formation was "on a different
computer file."
Considerable argument was
sparked by Forsyth's refusal to
release minority status and sex
information.
"Individuals provide up with
minority status information,"
said Forsyth, "and it says
right on the form that this in-
formation is confidential and
cannot be released."
GEO PRESIDENT Doug Mor-
an disputed Forsyth, saying,
"We need minority status in-
formation. We have a non-dis-
crimination clause in our pres-
ent contract, but how are we
going to enforce this if we don't
know this data?"
GE) bargainer Nancy Kushi-
gan added that the University's
refusal to release sex informa-
tion could result in extra ex-
penses for the union.
"There are several things in
the contract that deal specific-
ally with women, and if we
don't have sex information we'll

have to send out mailings to all
members rather than just fe-
males and it's going to cost us
a lot extra," she said.
FORSYTH ultimately con-
sented to an agreement to sup-
ply the union with the BSAs'
places of work, permanent ad-
dresses, permanent telephone
numbers and academic units,
provided the GEO would as-
sume all costs incurred in col-
lecting the information.
GEO withheld consent until
they secure knowledge of the
expense involved.
The two sides were closer to
agreement onthe union dues
clause. Forsyth said there was
an "agreement of concept" con-
cerning union dues and that
only a few dates needed to be
ironed out.
The governor of Indiana re-
ceived more powers when the
state government was reorga-
nized in 1933.

Friday, July 30, 1976
Straights,
gays baffle
at Frogge
isont nued from Pate-3)
discuss the matter with rM
porters. His attorney, Edward
Gudeman, admitted that "to be
very honest, we'd rather let
sleeping dogs lie. A lot of pub-
licity will just blow this whole
thing out of proportion."
Police officials have arrest-
ed a man and charged him with
felonious assault, but have not
released his name or that of
the victim.
WILLIAM DOBBS, who was
also present during the fracas,
disagrees.
"The attitude of the man-
agement made it easy for the
other customers to get riled up.
The fact that they didn't dis-
courage that kind of bigoted be-
havior just made the situation
more explosive," he observed.

Shirley BURGOYNE
for
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
AUG. 3rd
SHE WILL:
* qet things done.
Swork within the present system but will
will be open to positive reform.
* be fair and honest in administering
ustiCe.
Pd. PoL Adv. Monica Hopp, Treasurer

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Friday, July 30, 1976
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RE-ELECT SHERIFF POSTILL
As one who has worked for many years to improve
jail conditions in Washtenaw County I would like to
strongly endorse Fred Postill for re-election as Sheriff.
Sheriff Postill has instituted changes at the jail of
which the citizens of Washtenaw County can be
proud. The general cleanliness and upkeep of the jail
has been improved. Regular medical services are now
provided inmates by visiting doctors from the Univer-
sity. Corrections officers are better trained and better
supervised. Sheriff Postill started an inmate rehabili-
tk Cation program which aims to aid inmates in success-
fully returning to the community. We need Fred
Postill as Sheriff.
--JEAN KING
VOTE DEMOCRATIC
AUGUST 3RD PRIMARY
VOTE for FRED POSTILL
PAID POLITICAL ADV.

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