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Friday
Daytime Specials
6:301 HBO STANDING ROOM ONLY "Red
Skelton Presents Freddy The Freeloader's
Christmas Dinner" Vincent Price and Imo-
gene Coca co-star with Red Skelton in the
story of Freddy Freeloader's trial and tribula-
tions as he plans a holiday dinner.
1:30ill HBO STANDING ROOM ONLY "Red
Skelton Presents Freddy The Freeloader's
Christmas Dinner" Vincent Price and Imo-
gene Coca co-star with Red Skelton in the
story of Freddy Freeloader's trial and tribula-
tions as he plans a holiday dinner.
Daytime Sports
6:00Q ® SPORTSFORUM R)
8:301® PICK THE PROS (R)
7:00 n SPORTSCENTER
7:30 m HBO INSIDE THE NFL Hosts Len Daw-
son and Nick Buoniconti review highlights of
the previous week's NFL games and inter-
view key players and coaches.
8:30 4 HBO INTERNATIONAL FIGURE SKAT-
ING FROM PEKING Dorothy Hamill performs
and co-hosts with Greg Lewis in an all-star
exhibition featuring Jo Jo Starbuck Toler
Cranston and John Curry as well as amateur
skaters hoping to represent China in the '84
Winter Olympics.
9:00 43 ® FROM THE 55-YARD LINE Action
highlihts of the Grey Cup. (R)
9:30 l SPORTSFORUM (R)
10:00 A SPORTSCENTER
12:00 O 4DTOP RANK BOXING Coverage of the
Louis Resto (D.C.) / Robert Sawyer (N.Y.)
12-round welterweight title defense bout
(from the Sands Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J.)
230 A )®NFL STORY: LINE BY LINE (R)
300 I N®SPORTSFORUM (R)
330 d AUTO RACING Coverage of the
Syracuse Supernationals (from Syracuse,
N.Y.). (R)
Daytime Movies
5:3543 "Way Of The West" (1935) Wally
Wales. William Desmond. Problems arise
when a group of sheep ranchers start squab-
bling with the cattle ranchers.
7:00G3 * * * "Oliver Twist" (1975) Animated.
Based on the story by Charles Dickens.
Oliver and his cricket friend Squeaker outrun
Mr. Bumble, Fagin, The Artful Dodger and
evil Bill Sykes.
830 ©ED *** "Laura" (1944) Gene Tier-
ney, Clifton Webb. While investigating a
young girl's murder, a detective falls in love
with her portrait.
IM) ** 1 "Cheech And Chong's Nice
Dreams" (1981) Richard "Cheech" Man
Thomas Chong. Two inveterate potheads
appear to have found their true calling as
they peddle ice cream on the streets of Los
Angeles. 'R'
9:05© 43 *1/2 "The Unguarded Moment"
(1956) Esther Williams, George Nader. A
young music teacher receives threatening
letters from oneof her high school students
which nearly destroys her life.
10 00) HBO * * "Race For Your Life, Charlie
Brown!" (1977) Animated. Charlie Brown
and the entire "Peanuts" gang head for
summer camp, where they become involved
in several wild adventures. 'G'
7 43*** "Miracle On 34th Street"
(1973) Sebastian Cabot. David Hartman.
An old man named Kris Kringle is hired by
Macy's to play Santa Claus in the
Thanksgiving Day parade.
CD ** Y2 "Taps" (1981) George C. Scott,
Timothy Hutton. Military school cadets take
over their school to prevent plans to turn the
academy property into a condo develop-
ment. 'PG'
12:00( HBO ** "Final Assignment" (1980)
Genevieve Bujold, Michael York. A Canadian
TV reporter in Moscow discovers a Russian
scientific experiment using steroids on chil-
dren and smuggles incriminating material out
of the country. PG'
O th ** *"War Wagon" (1967) John
Wayne, Kirk Douglas. A cowboy defrauded
of his gold-rich land plans a special type of
vengeance with the help of a gunslinger, an
Indian, a drunk and a thief.
12:30'3 *** "The Return Of The Secaucus
Seven" (1980) Mark Arnott Gordon Clapp.
The members of a group of college students
active in the protest movement during the
'60s gather for a weekend reunion. 'R'
1:00®3 **"I Sailed To Tahiti With An All-Girl
Crew" (1968) Gardner McKay, Pat But-
tram. A young man tries to prove his
seaworthiness by sailing to Tahiti without
male help.
A 43 p. *** "Belles On Their Toes"
(1952) Myrna Loy, Jeanne Crain. The Gil-
breth family carry on in the tradition begun
by their famous father.
1:05 O4m ** "The Gambler From Natchez"
(1954) Dale Robertson, Debra Paget. A
man avenges his father's murder by fellow
amblers
2:30 HBO * * "This Is Elvis" (1981) Docu-
mentary. Film footage and dramatic re-crea-
tions are used to tell the story of Elvis Pres-
ley's life and career.
s *** "Oliver Twist" (1975) Animated.
Based on the story by Charles Dickens.
Oliver and his cricket friend Squeaker outrun
Mr. Bumble, Fagin, The Artful Dodger and
evil Bill Sykes.
Evening
4:000 D EIGHT IS ENOUGH
Q 0 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
NEWS
Q ) THE JEFFERSONS
( ) GOOD AFTERNOON DETROIT
m ART OF BEING HUMAN
®3MOD SQUAD

843 ®PINK PANTHER
0439 0PLEDGE BREAK
Q43 SUPERFRIENDS
091)INCREDIBLE HULK
046)DO IT FOR YOURSELF
034304IDSESAME STREET (R) g
43MOVIE ** W "Taps" (1981) George C.
Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military school
cadets take over their school to prevent
plans to turn the academy property into a
condo development. 'PG'
4:05 Q (DTHE MUNSTERS

4:15 p4QSESAME STREET (R) q
4:30 ©® FNN WRAP-UP / BUSINESS FINAL
o Q[)ALL IN THE FAMILY
m3HBO MOVIE **V2 "March Of The
Wooden Soldiers" (1934) Stan Laurel.
Oliver Hardy. Two men find themselves in a
fantasy world toy shop.
03ART OF BEING HUMAN
0 4(0 ®THE BRADY BUNCH
04m3SCOOBY DOO
043GRANGE HILL
4:35 Q 43LEAVE IT TO BEAVER
5:00 0 MAUDE
© ®FREEMAN REPORTS
O ® BARNEY MILLER
SQ) NEWS
® IOWA WILDLIFE
®3DOCTOR WHO
84® CHIPS PATROL
043 PINK PANTHER
043r BUCK ROGERS
043)KING OF KENSINGTON
Q4E30 MISTER ROGERS (R)
5:05 QDQ3THE BRADY BUNCH
5:30 f () e () NEWS
®DTOGETHER... WITH LEO BUSCAGLIA
Speaking before an audience in Sacramen-
to, California, Dr. Leo Buscaglia urges listen-
ers to move away from the "me generation"
and into the loving reality of close ties with
family
®3DARK SHADOWS
O ®Q Q® ©(D3-2-1 CONTACT
0 m GOOD TIMES
©4® CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
p 43 AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL Essendon
vs. North Melbourne
5:35 Q (BEWITCHED
6:00 ( 0 () @ C ) 03 @NEWS
Q ®®t)FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
m3 HBO VIDEO JUKEBOX
® THE SCENE
843 ®MORK AND MINDY
Q ® ® POWERHOUSE "With A Little
Help From My Friends" Brenda Gaines
transforms an old gym into a youth center,
and befriends a groupof teens who help her
when she is framed by a numbers racket.
(Part 1) q
0 EDWELCOME BACK, KOTTER
043 BJ / LOBO
4343 VICTORY GARDEN
©0 WHY IN THE WORLD
8:05 ©(0CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:300 © )CBS NEWS
0 0TWICE A WOMAN
Q ® NBC NEWS
m HBO INSIDE THE NFL Hosts Len Daw-
son and Nick Buoniconti review highlights of
the previous week's NFL games and inter-
view key players and coaches.
® WILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS
84(0 a043mLAVERNE & SHIRLEY &
COMPANY
Q ®30 POWERHOUSE "With A Little
Help From My Friends" Brenda Gaines
transforms an old gym into a youth center
and befriends a group of teens who help her
when she is framed by a numbers racket.
(Part 2) E
4343 OVER EASY
04m BUSINESS REPORT
ED MOVIE **'/? "Cheech And Chong's
Nice Dreams" (1981) Richard "Cheech"
Marn,. Thomas Chong. Two inveterate pot-
heads appear to have found their true calling
as they peddle ice cream on the streets of
Los Angeles. 'R'
635 4 nBOB NEWHART
7:000 O FAMILY FEUD
0 ® JOKER'S WILD
)m ABC NEWS q
403©Q43BUSINESS REPORT
®3 EVENING REPORT
O4m ®MA*S"H
04m BARNEY MILLER
043 STARSKY AND HUTCH
043 HAWAII FIVE-0
Q4® COLLEGE BASKETBALL REPORT
0©43 SURVIVAL "Parents Of The Wild"
Bob Newhart narrates a look at how a varie-
ty of wildlife creatures raise, care for and
protect their young.
7:05 O4®WINNERS
7:300 ® P.M. MAGAZINE
o ® TIC TAC DOUGH
Q M7 PEOPLE'S COURT
3 BO MOVIE * * "Final Assignment"
(1980) Genevieve Bujold, Michael York. A
Canadian TV reporter in Moscow discovers a
Russian scientific experiment using steroids
on children and smuggles incriminating
material out of the country. 'PG'
P 0T 4 43 ® MACNEIL / LEHRER
REPORT
® JIM INGRAM SHOW
843® THREE'S COMPANY
04 THE JEFFERSONS
©43SPORTSCENTER
7:35 O43ANDY GRIFFITH
8:00 ® THE DUKES OF HAZZARD
Q ® THE POWERS OF MATTHEW STAR
) BENSON
43043 ® (M3®3WASHINGTON WEEK
IN REVIEW
® CLARENCE KING
Q Q ) MOVIE "The True Game Of
Death" Bruce Li, Shou Lung. The story of
the circumstances behind the death of
Bruce Li is told.
043 SOLID GOLD CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Hosts: Rex Smith, Marilyn McCoo. Guests:
The Chipmunks, Marie Osmond, Peter, Paul
& Mary. Donna Summer. Sister Sledge.
John Schneider, Andrae Crouch, The Oak
Ridge Boys, America.
Q43 TOMMY HUNTER SHOW
643 NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
0 3TOGETHER IN CONCERT: TEX
BENEKE AND HIS ORCHESTI3A Tex
Beneke and his orchestra are joined by Hel-
en O'Connell and Bob Eberly for a salute to
the music of the 1940s from Wolf Trap Farm
Park for the Performing Arts.
m3 PLAYMATE PLAYOFFS
m MOVIE *** "Equus" (1977) Richard
Burton. Peter Firth. A psychiatrist attempts
to find thereason which caused a youth to
commit a violent act against a stable of hors-
es. 'R'
® MOVIE *** "The Return Of The
Secaucus Seven" (1980) Mark Arnott, Gor-

don Clapp. The members of a group of col-
lege students active in the protest movement
during the '60s gather for a weekend
reunion. 'R'
8:050 Q® NOBEL PRIZE CEREMONIES The
Nobel Prizes will honor the winners of the
world's most coveted awards for achieve-
ments.
8:30 Q O THE NEW ODD COUPLE
( 0 ) Q® 4343 WALL $TREET WEEK
Q 4 NFL FILM Highlights of Super Bowl
XI, Oakland Raiders vs. Minnesota Vikings
(R)

9:00 ©'® DALLAS
o ® KNIGHT RIDER
Q ) MOVIE "Don't Go To Sleep" (Prem-
iere) Dennis Weaver, Valerie Harper. A cou-
ple's eldest daughter returns from the grave
and tries to take the frightened members of
her family back with her, one at a time.
m HBO BOXING Michael Dokes vs. Mike
Weaver
4304 ( ® PLEDGE BREAK
® JIM BAKKER
4® AGRISCOPE
Q 43 GOLF Coverage of the World Match
Play Championship (from Wentworth, Eng-
land).
43 THE LAST NAZI Patrick Watson
interviews Albert Speer, Hitler's architect
and author of "Inside The Third Reich."
0 4 1982 U.S. NATIONAL BALLROOM
GRAND CHAMPIONSHIPS Highlights of the
National Ballroom Grand Championships.
featuring performances of a wide range of
dances, are presented.
m MOVIE * * "Charli" (1980) Jesie St.
James, Eric Edwards. A young woman's
marriage seems to be improved by her
extramarital escapades.
9:05 0® @ OFF THE RECORD
9:10 (E CHRYSLER: ONCE UPON A TIME...
AND NOW Key turning points in the compa-
ny's history, from Walter P. Chrysler's take-
over in 1923 to its current position in the
world auto industry under Lee lacocca, are
chronicled.
9:30 0 Q®HANGIN' IN
9:40 0 3 ® MOVIE *** "Pride Of The
Marines" (1945) John Garfield, Eleanor

Secaucus Seven" (1980) Mark Arnott, Gor-
don Clapp. The members of a group of col-
lege students active in the protest movement
during the '60s gather for a weekend
reunion. 'R'
11:05 0 QmALL IN THE FAMILY
Q43 NEWS
11:300 ©© MADAME'S PLACE
Q ® TONIGHT
m tEQ ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
HBO MOVIE *** "Stir Crazy"
(1980) Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder. Two
men are mistaken for bank robbers and sent
to jail. 'R'
4304m PBS LATENIGHT
Q 03®BENNY HILL
0 EDCHARLIE'S ANGELS
11:350 43DNOBEL PRIZE CEREMONIES The
Nobel Prizes will honor the winners of the
world s most coveted awards for achieve-
ments.
043 SCTV NETWORK
12:000 © Cl ALL-STAR TRIBUTE TO ERNEST
TUBB: AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL A host of
country music stars, including Razzy Bailey,
Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn, Marty Rob-
bins, Dottie West, Conway Twitty and Faron
Young, gather to pay tribute to the legend-
ary musician at the Nashville Performing Arts
Center.
Q ) THE LAST WORD
I® LIBERTY TEMPLE
843 THE THREE STOOGES
043 3 PBS LATENIGHT
64 TOP RANK BOXING Coverage of the
Louis Resto (D.C.) / Robert Sawyer (N.Y.
12-round welterweight title defense bout

creations are used to tell the story of Elvis
Presley's life and career.
1:30 0 Q(TWILIGHT ZONE
m EVERYTHING GOES "The Bellboy And
The Chambermaid" This adult comedy
game show features contestants who must
take off their clothes if they incorrectly
answer a question that has been given them.
1:35 O43 MOVIE **12 "Brainstorm" (1965)
Jeff Hunter, Anne Francis. A young man
devises a scheme to kill his lover's husband
and plead insanity, thus risking only tempo-
rary commitment.
2:000 CQ MOVIE ***W "Stalag 17" (1953)
William Holden, Otto Preminger. U.S. sol-
diers beat a tough sergeant suspected of
being a spy.
® GREAT PERFORMANCES
m NEWS
m3PLAYMATE PLAYOFFS
®3 MOVIE * ** "The Return Of The
Secaucus Seven" (1980) Mark Arnott, Gor-
don Clapp. The members of a group of col-
lege students active in the protest movement
during the '60s gather for a weekend
reunion. 'R'
2:1543 MOVIE *** "Royal Wedding" (1951)
Fred Astaire, Jane Powell. A song-and-
dance team gives a performance in England
at the time that Queen Elizabeth II is putting
the final touches on her matrimonial plans.
2:30 0 ® ROMANCE THEATRE
0 E TWILIGHT ZONE
Q43 SPORTSCENTER
m MOVIE *'W "Smokey Bites The Dust"
(1981) Jimmy McNichol, Janet Julian. A
high school delinquent gets the whole tot(
on his trail when he makes off with t 'e
homecoming queen and heads across the
state in a series of stolen automobiles. 'PG'
2:50843(D 0NEWS
3:00 0 ® MOVIE * * "Grad Night" (1980)
Joe Johnson, Susanne Fagan. On gradua-
tion night a group ofthigh school seniors cre-
ate havoc in a small town.
043 NEWS
m3MOVIE ** "Charli" (1980) Jesie St.
James, Eric Edwards. Ayoungdwoman's
marriage seems to be improved by her

extramarital escapades. -
3:10 4 HBO MORE UNEXPURGATED BENNY.
HILL The unpredictable British comedian
port rays various characters including a strip-
tease artist clown and a henpecked husband
who uses his video remote control to freeze-
frame his unbearable wife.
3:30 m(DnMOVIE*a*w* "A Yank In The RAF"
(1941) Tyrone Power, Betty Grable. An,
RAF flier is humbled after joining the service
to be near an old flame.
Q 43 COLLEGE BASKETBALL REPORT.
(R)
3:45 0 43D MOVIE * "Revenge Of The
Conquered" (1960) Burt Nelson, Wandisa.
Guida. During the 1600s, a young gypsy boy
vies with a selfish cousin for the hand of a."'
lovely princess.
4:003 ®PBS LATENIGHT
Q ® GOLF Coverage of the World Match
Play Championship (from Wentworth, Eng-*-
land). (R) a
)MOVIE ** "The Border" (1981)"
Jack Nicholson, Valerie Perrine. An Texas.
border guard's values comerinconflict with'.4
those of his corrupt co-workers and his
materialistic wife. 'R'
t THE DUDLEY MOORE TRIO The rek-."'
nowned actor displays his keyboard talents
accompanied by his trio.
4:05 ® MOVIE * * "Swing High, Swing Low"."
(1937) Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray.-
A trumpet player struggling for success
becomes a hit in the jazz world and marries
the girl he loves.
4:10(3 HBO MOVIE *** "Stir Crazy"
(1980) Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder. Two
men are mistaken for bank robbers and sent
to jail. 'R'
4:20 0, MOVIE * * "They Call Me Trinity"
(1972) Terence Hill, Bud Spencer. Two,,
brothers join Mormons in their attempt to
drive out a band of outlaws.
4:30 0AONEWS
m EVERYTHING GOES "The Bellboy And.
The Chambermaid" This adult comedy
game show features contestants who must
take off their clothes if they incorrectly
answer a question that has been given them.

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By JACKIE YOUNG
Economics and business students
from arund the country will flock to
Detroit or this year's national con-
ference f the International Association
of Students in Economics and Business
Management, hosted for the first time
by the University's chapter of AIESEC.
The stucent-run conference is aimed
to elect mw national officers, enact
legislation or its operations, and train
new local committee members in
marketing aid fundraising.
"T HE SUDENTS have done
everything,' says Mary Ann
Buchanan, ptblic relations director for
Ann Arbor's AIESEC. "The amount of
work has beenhenomenal."

Leaders in business, government;
and academia will speak during the con-'
ference, running from Dec. 27 through:
Jan. 1, urging students to heighten their
awareness of real business issues.
throughout the world.
The topics of the conference, accor-
ding to Buchanan, will revolve around,
the information age - for instanceS
"The Role of International Agencies in'
Current World Affairs," "The Use of
Robotics in a Blue Collar Society," and
"The World Economy: Prospects for
the 1980s."
Activities outside of the conference
will include a pub crawl, ice skating on
Hart Plaza, a scavenger hunt, a tour of
Greenfield Village, and a New Year'$
Eve bash.

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Parker. Marine Al Schmid is blinaea oy gre-.
nades after killing many Japanese.
10:000 ip FALCON CREST
O ® REMINGTON STEELE
®3FAITH FOR MIRACLES
043 ( 0m3NEWS
043 THE NATIONAL / JOURNAL
Q ®3SKIING Men's Giant Slalom (from
Bormio, Italy). (R)
® THE DUDLEY MOORE TRIO The rek-
nowned actor displays his keyboard talents
accompanied by his trio.
10:05043m NEWS
10:20® DETROIT WEEK IN REVIEW
10:30 O4 MOVIE ** "Hotel Imperial" (1938)
Isa Miranda, Ray Milland. Following her sis-
ter's tragic suicide, a woman tracks down
the man she feels is responsible.
043 TO BE ANNOUNCED
43)EVERYTHING GOES "The Bellboy And
The Chambermaid" This adult comedy
game show features contestants who must
take off their clothes if they incorrectly
answer a question that has been given them.
m MOVIE **1 "Taps" (1981) George C.
Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military school
cadets take over their school to prevent
plans to turn the academy property into a
condo development. 'PG'
10:5543 FAWLTY TOWERS
11:000 )0() mNEWS
® SPIRIT OF DETROIT
Q ® SANFORD AND SON
043SOAP
Q43SPORTSCENTER
043 MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT
ID PLAYMATE PLAYOFFS
® MOVIE *** "The Return Of The

(from the Sands Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J.)
(R)
m) MOVIE ** "Charli" (1980) Jesie St.
James, Eric Edwards. A young woman's
marriage seems to be improved by her
extramarital escapades.
12:30 0 ® ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
® 1982 U.S. NATIONAL BALLROOM
GRAND CHAMPIONSHIPS Highlights of the
National Ballroom Grand Championships,
featuring performances of a wide range of
dances, are presented.
43 FAITH FOR MIRACLES
0 EDSATURDAY NIGHT
12:35 04mWRESTLING
1:00 0 @ LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
N(Q MOVIE * * 1 "Twins Of Evil"
(1972) Peter Cushing, Luan Peters. A
series of terrible and mysterious events
seems to be the work of a diabolical pair of
twins.
(E SPIRIT OF DETROIT
S4m MOVIE **1.2 "East Of Sudan"
(1964) Anthony Quayle, Sylvia Syms. Survi-
vors struggle to escape a Moslem uprising
against the head of a British outpost.
Co MOVIE ** W "Cheech And Chong's
Nice Dreams" (1981) Richard "Cheech"
Marin, Thomas Chong. Two inveterate pot-
heads appear to have found their truecalling
as they peddle ice cream on the streets of
Los Angeles. 'R'
® THE DUDLEY MOORE TRIO The rek-
nowned actor displays his keyboard talents
accompanied by his trio.
1:2543 HBO MOVIE ** "This Is Elvis" (1981)
Documentary. Film footage and dramatic re-

Policy change requestedS

(Continued from Page T.
administration asill has not acted of-
ficially on that recommendation.
Supporters of he rewording, Rice
said, felt the guidelines passed in April
were too restrictive.
Medical Prof. Dniel Ringler of the
RPC said a number)f votes were taken
before the committee agreed n the final
wording. "We found t difficult to come
to a one-or two-senteyce principle that
would cover all the ventualities,"he
said.
"MANY amendment were offered.
Some were substantialchanges and
some were minor wrding changes,"
Ringler said.
The next step befor the committee
bring the proposal to tie faculty senate
for final approval, he laid, will be to
work out its enforcemen mechanisms.

"As I see it at the present time, it will
consist of a committee of faculty and
students evaluating any and all resear-
ch grants, contracts, etc.," he said.=.
ROGER KERSON, who is investiga-
ting military research on campus for
the Michigan Student Assembly, said
he doesn't think the research policy
needs to be changed.
"What we need is to have the current
policy enforced more strictly . . . and
enforced in an effective manner," hte
said.
Kerson said he objects to the phrase
"primary purpose."
"Is it primary in terms of what the
researchers say or in terms of what thie
agency that's funding the researdh
says?" Kerson asked.

Chrysler, UAW reach pact

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(Continued from Page 1)
Canadian UAW Direror Robert
White refused to reveal dfails of the
Chrysler pact with autoworers in that
country. The settlement Name with
Fraser and Chrysler Ccp. Vice
President Thomas Miner pesent at
Canadian talks.
About 4,600 U.S. Chrysler workes were
laid off because of parts shortage from
the Canadian strike, and they prbably
will return two or three days nfter
Canadian plants resume operion,
Miner said.
"When the details are released, I th it
wil become readily apparent that lte
parties have used some ingenuit:,"

said Miner, who allowed that "we set-
tled at a different place then we star-
ted."
"The contracts will be different:
We have indicated that the Canadian
agreement would realize that the
Canadian inflation rate is double that of4
the U.S. so it will be different in th4t
respect," said Miner.
U.S. autoworkers had made three
sets of concessions to the automaker to
enable the firm to receive the $1,5
billion in loan guarantees from the
American government. Under the loan
provisions, Chrysler must submit any
contracts to the board for approval.

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the future head of the ECB time to dea.
with the review, which may drastically
alter the board's future.
THERE HAD been reports that
Fader had not been cooperative in
giving the review panel information on
the impact of cuts on the ECB. Fader
ripnpri he rnnrtc

Judy' Kirsht, an ECB lecturer said
"everybody's happy" with the selection
of Robinson.
She said the program will be able to
weather the damage of Fader's
resignation and the unit's budget
review. "There's a terrific commit-
nent to the nogram. T thin1r w 11ual

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