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8 - The lylichigan Daily - Wednesday, July 2, 1997

UNION
Continued from Page 1
20-day package, according to an Ann
Arbor News report. Presently,
employees receive more than the 20
days offered in the University's pro-
posal.
The University also proposes to
end annual bonuses for long-time ser-
vice.
AFSCME represents other workers
in the University as well, Anderson
said. Most issues that AFSCME is con-
cerned with pertain to all 2,400 of these
workers, notjust the 1,000 at the hospi-
tal.

Home improv.ment.

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Vincent Seally (right) helps his grandson Cedrick York with the beginnings of construction on his new tool shed at his home in the Kerrytown section of Ann
Arbor. Seally has lived in Kerrytown since the mid 1950s.
FELLOW dUpon completion of the year long fellowship beginning in September,
Continued from Page 3 Gupta will return to the University Medical Center to complete the remaining
House Fellowship program has an educational component. The 15 fellows will two years of his residency.
meet weekly with program alumni and other Washington officials and travel Hoff said Gupta will be credible from both ends of the spectrum, as a sure
domestically and internationally, Blumenthal said. geon and health-care policy expert.
University Department of Surgery Head of Neurosurgery Julian Iloff, who "That will put him in an unique position among surgeons," Hoff said.
recommended Gupta for the fellowship, said Gupta was an excellent candi- Former White House Fellows include Retired Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin
date. Powell and former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
"We're all very proud of him," Hoff said. "He's simply an outstanding resi- Secretary Henry Cisneros.

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