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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1987

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 6:30
"PEACE RESEARCH AND CONFLICT
RESOLUTION"
MR. SAUL JACOBSON, Coordinator
of a U of M Peace Research Group
A Supper-Discussion at the
PRESBYTERIAN CAMPUS CENTER
1432 Washtenaw
Supper reservations: 662-3580

SDS UNCOVERS SOURCE:
Columbia Confers CIA Funds
Sponsoring Research Project

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GOOD SHEP

OF BILBAG
DANCERS, SINGERS, and INSTRUMENTALISTS combine to provide dances and
music of the Basque country -- seven provinces on both sides of the Pyrenees, both in
Spain and in France. Following no orthodox program format, the group combines all
of its dances and music into a dramatic whole, an unforgettable pageant that reveals
the life of the Basques in its varied aspects.
Sunday, ct 22, at 2:30
IN HILL AUDITORIUM

United Church of Christ
2145 INDEPENDENCE

SERIES OF FORUMS
"MAN IN A REVOLUTIONARY WORLD"
SUNDAY, OCT. 22-8 P.M. (Coffee 7:30)
"HOW CAN THE WORLD
POLICE ITS REVOLUTIONS ?"

NEW YORK (CPS)-Columbial
University has confirmed that it
has been receiving funds from the
Central Intelligence Agency sinceI
1961 for a research project.-
The project, designed to study"
the economies of countries in East
Central Europe, has been in ex-
istence since 1955, but has been
funded by the CIA for only the
last six years. The CIA has been
giving Columbia University $125,-
000 annually for the project.
The CIA funding of the project
was disclosed by the Columbia
chapter of Students for a Demo-
cratic Society at a special news
conference this week. SDS mem-
bers would not say how they
found out about it.
The university confirmed the
CIA has been financing the pro-
ject, but gave no indication that
the project would be stopped or
that future CIA funds would be;
turned down. From all appear-
ances, the project will continue
under the existing financial set-
up.
A spokesman in Columbia's news
office issued the official state-
ment.
The project is officially called
the "research project for the na-
tional income of East Central
Europe." Three books involving
the economies of Czechoslovakia,
Hungary, and Poland have been
published as a result of the re-
search. The project is headed by

Dr. Thad P. Alton, whose only
connection with Columbia Uni-
versity is as project director.
When SDS members disclosed
the CIA funding, they demanded
three immediate steps from the
university.
First, they called for the rein-
statement of a student suspended
last year for participating in an
anti-CIA sit-in on campus. SDS
said the university's involvement

Contest Federal Wage Law
Extension to State Employes
WASHINGTON (P)- Maryland The states appealed from a 2-1
and Texas brought to the Supreme ruling by a special federal court
Court yesterday an important test in Baltimore June 13 that exten-
suit challenging extension of fed- sion of minimum wage coverage
eral minimum wage and hour to workers in public schools, hos-
standards to about 1.7 million pitals and other state institutions
state employes. is valid.

with the CIA probably affected its
action in susi5ending the student.
The SDS members also de-
manded that the university hold
public hearings on its relationship
with the CIA where top-ranking
university officials would answer
questions from students and the
public.
The university's statement said
the CIA finances only the one
project.

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Tickets:

$4.00-$3 .00-$2.00

at
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY, BURTON TOWER
Hours: Mon. through Fri., 9 to 4:30; Sat., 9 to 12-Phone 665-3717
(Also at Hill Auditorium Box Office 11/2 hours preceding performance)

PROF. INIS CLAUDE
Political Science, U of M

Transportation:

665-8167,
665-2831

Speaking also for 26 other
states,the Maryland and Texas
attorney generals asserted Con-
gress exceeded its constitutional
power when it extended the fed-
eral wage law to cover teachers,
hospital staffs and other state
workers.
They asked the court to decide
whether the action, in amend-
ments last year to the federal
minimum wage and hour law, is
constitutional.

Burch and Martin told the
courtthat under the constitutions
of the 28 states the funds neces-
sary to operate schools, hospitals
and other institutionsmust be
appropriated by the state legis-
latures and funded by state taxes.
Therefore, they argued, the
legislation, in effect, tells the
s t a t e legislatures how much
money to appropriate and how
much taxes to levy.

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P. - ..__ ___ __

P amela wore a mini skirt,
sweater, white go-go boots
and 4 union labels.

UNION-LEAGUE
HOMECOMING '67
THAT WIZARD OF OURS
THURSDAY AFTERNOON
3:00 Crowning of Homecoming Queen, Diag
FRIDAY AFTERNOON
12:00 Alumni Registration begins, Union Lobby
3:30 Homecoming Parade through downtown Ann
Arbor and Campus
FRIDAY NIGHT
7:15 Pep Rally Procession from Markley Hall to
Baseball Stadium
7:45 Pep Rally at Baseball Stadium, Fireworks
following
9:00 Dance at Intramural Building, featuring The
Doors with The Long Island Sound
Presentation of float competition awards
SATURDAY MORNING
8:00 Judging of Homecoming Displays
9:00 Tug of War
9:00-12:00 Alumni Registration continues, Union Lobby
10:00 Mud Bowl at corner of S. Univ. and Washtenaw
11:00 Chariot Race, Diag
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
1:30 Homecoming Football Game: Mich. vs. Indiana
3:30 Rugby Football Game: Michigan vs. Indiana
4:00 Alumni Assn. Reception for Dr. Fleming, Union
4:30 Little LeMans, corner of Hill and Washtenaw
SATURDAY NIGHT
7:00 First Concert featuring Ramsey Lewis Trio and
Buffy Sainte-Marie, Hill Auditorium
9:30 Second Concert, Hill Auditorium
Presentation of Display Competition Awards
10:00 Homecoming Dance featuring The Five Bucks,
Union Ballroom
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