3. Facts showing that the procedure is adequate.
4. Facts showing that the International Constitution is applicable to this case.
5. Facts showing that the procedures are generally known to the union membership, and readily available.
6. Facts showing that the procedures are simply and easily initiated and processed.
7. Facts showing that the procedures are not inordinately lengthy or complicated.
8. Facts showing that the procedures afford the member a fair and impartial hearing of his grievance.
The plaintiff must place facts in the record which would excuse his failure to resort to union procedures.
The issue of exhaustion of intra-union remedies should be decided as early as possible, however, the Court must be satisfied that before dismissing the claim the purported remedy is real and not illusory.
And now, this 15th day of May, 1972, it is hereby ordered that:
1. Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment is denied.
2. Plaintiff's motion to strike is denied without prejudice.